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1 Welcome to the AMARC Safety Training Presentation
A Woman-Owned Small Business McBride Lane Knoxville, TN Office Fax Welcome to the AMARC Safety Training Presentation How to move around in the presentation: At the bottom of each page you will see four action buttons, or “icons”. Clicking on the icon to left side of each page will move you back to the previous page. Clicking on the “home” icon button will take you back to page #1 of the presentation. Clicking on the icon on the near right side of each page will take you to the next page. Clicking on the icon on the far right side of each page will end the presentation. Thank you for viewing this presentation. If you experience any difficulties while viewing this presentation, please contact AMARC at and one of our friendly assistants will be happy to help you. Remember you must click on the icons to move To start the presentation press the flashing icon. A Woman-Owned Small Business 10908 McBride Lane Knoxville, TN-37932 Office Fax

2 AMARC Safety Training Presentation
Cindy Aikins President Material Sales / Injury Prevention Services / Consultant Ms. Aikins founded AMARC in 2001 focusing the business on Injury Prevention Services. Shortly thereafter, the business grew to include the sale of Safety and Environmental project supplies. Ms. Aikins’ entrepreneurial management style has led AMARC to many diverse opportunities since the inception of the company. Today, additional AMARC services include project & business management, scheduling and cost control, environmental health and safety services and relevant project support services. A Woman-Owned Small Business 10908 McBride Lane Knoxville, TN-37932 Office Fax

3 current or planned operations without increasing overhead costs
AMARC provides services to assist companies in areas related to business development, business management, project management and environmental safety & health. These services provide cost-effective solutions that enhance our clients’ current or planned operations without increasing overhead costs Our team has more than twenty years of experience in a wide range of disciplines; we have experienced the challenges you encounter, and we have developed unique solutions to most of them! A Woman-Owned Small Business 10908 McBride Lane Knoxville, TN-37932 Office Fax

4 provides the professionals to meet your company’s needs
Our team of professionals can support virtually any project or business management need that may arise. We can assist companies through expansions, financial difficulties, or the support and training of new and/or inexperienced staff. provides the professionals to meet your company’s needs Meet the Staff of AMARC President Vice President Training Staff By clicking on one of the icons you can meet one of the staff here at AMARC A Woman-Owned Small Business 10908 McBride Lane Knoxville, TN-37932 Office Fax

5 Specific training requirements
Specific training requirements are mandated by OSHA. However, there are other equally compelling reasons why you may wish to invest more resources in training your employees to perform their jobs safely. Careful and thorough training sends a very positive message to your employees that your company cares about their safety and welfare. And, by the same token, accident prevention through training is a highly effective means of controlling costs and reducing liabilities. Has your company experienced more injuries of late (or the injuries have been more severe,) more training may be needed. But even if your company has never had a serious accident, the risk is always present. And for that reason, training may prove to be a worthwhile investment. In assessing whether training is apt to be effective, you should start by examining what kind of problems are contributing to the risk of accidents or injuries. Problems that can be addressed effectively by training include those that arise from a lack of knowledge about a work process, unfamiliarity with equipment, or incorrect execution of a task. A Woman-Owned Small Business 10908 McBride Lane Knoxville, TN-37932 Office Fax

6 A Woman-Owned Small Business
Provides personnel that have extensive experience in the following areas: Contract Management Personnel Management Project Planning & Scheduling Bid Preparation Estimating Environmental Assessment Contract Claims Preparation & Management Sub-Contract administration Job Cost Control Cost Analysis & Management Proposal Development Deactivation Planning Productivity Improvement Project Management Training Support A Woman-Owned Small Business 10908 McBride Lane Knoxville, TN-37932 Office Fax

7 A Woman-Owned Small Business
Safety Training Topics Lead Awareness Radioactive, Hazardous, Mixed & universal Waste Management DOT Hazmat Employee Personal Protection Equipment Selection & Usage Respiratory Protection Lockout/Tag out Machine/Hand Tool Safety Pro-Active Safety Attitudes Records Security Behavior-Based-Safety Ergonomics and Back Safety Indoor Air Quality Accident Prevention Accident Management Asbestos Awareness Mower Safety A Woman-Owned Small Business 10908 McBride Lane Knoxville, TN-37932 Office Fax

8 General Safety Training Available Topics
Office Safety Fire Extinguisher Training Indoor Air Quality Bloodborne Pathogens Back Safety Heat Stress Fire Safety/Emergency Cold Stress Safety/Orientation By clicking on one of the icons to the left of the training course name, you can see an introduction of the training A Woman-Owned Small Business 10908 McBride Lane Knoxville, TN-37932 Office Fax

9 Knowledge Based Safety Training Available Topics
Hazard Communication Lead Awareness Respiratory Protection Asbestos Awareness Personal Protection Equipment A Woman-Owned Small Business 10908 McBride Lane Knoxville, TN-37932 Office Fax

10 Hands – on Training Available Topics
Hand Tools General Electrical Safety Machine Safety Fall Protection Lockout/Tag-out Confined Space Entry Mower Safety Ladder Safety By clicking on one of the icons to the left of the training course name, you can see an introduction of the training A Woman-Owned Small Business 10908 McBride Lane Knoxville, TN-37932 Office Fax

11 How To Order On the next set of slides you will see icons next to the training course names. Clicking on these icons will allow you to your order to AMARC. The icons will follow a link to the default program on your computer. To use your computer must have an active internet connection After clicking on an icon, you may or may not see the following message from Microsoft Office Power Point Viewer: Some hyperlinks may contain viruses or can otherwise be harmful to your computer. The AMARC Safety Training presentation uses hyperlinks. However, the hyperlinks in this presentation are not harmful to your computer, so pressing the yes icon to accept the use of a hyperlink is safe. Once the hyperlink opens your program and creates a new message for you, you need only to provide your company name and address, full name of the contact person and your contact phone number and address. The balance of the information, such as our address and the name of the course you wish to order, is filled in automatically. If you would like to call in your order, you may do so by telephoning us at You may also print the order form from the attachment. A sample order form is on page 15 of this presentation. Than fax the order to us at On page 16. there is a list of all the training. All AMARC training can be conducted on-site, at your facility, by AMARC’s experienced professional trainers A Woman-Owned Small Business 10908 McBride Lane Knoxville, TN-37932 Office Fax

12 General Safety Training Topics
Click on one of the icons for the training that you would like to order This link will allow you to your order. If you would like to call in your order our phone number is Item# AM-0001 Office Safety Item# AM-0005 Fire Extinguisher Training Item# AM-0002 Indoor Air Quality Item# AM-0006 Bloodborne Pathogens Item# AM-0003 Back Safety Item# AM-0007 Heat Stress Item# AM-0004 Fire Safety /Emergency Item# AM-0008 Cold Stress Item# AM-0009 Safety/Orientation A Woman-Owned Small Business 10908 McBride Lane Knoxville, TN-37932 Office Fax

13 Knowledge Based Safety Training Topics
Item# AM-0010 Hazard Communication Item# AM-0011 Personal Protection Equipment Item# AM Asbestos Awareness Item# AM-0013 Respiratory Protection Item# AM-0014 Lead Awareness A Woman-Owned Small Business 10908 McBride Lane Knoxville, TN-37932 Office Fax

14 Hands – on Training Topics
Item# AM-0015 Hand Tools Item# AM-0018 Confined Space Entry Item# AM-0016 Machine Safety Item# AM-0019 General Electrical Safety Item# AM-0017 Lockout/Tagout Item# AM-0020 Fall Protection Item# AM-0021 Ladder Safety Item# AM-0022 Mower Safety All AMARC training can be conducted on-site, at your facility, by AMARC’s experienced professional trainers A Woman-Owned Small Business 10908 McBride Lane Knoxville, TN-37932 Office Fax

15 AMARC 10908 McBride Lane Knoxville, TN 37932
Phone# – Fax# To: [Name] [Company] [City, ST ZIP Code] [Phone] Ship To: YOU WILL NEED TO CALL FOR PRICING P.O. DATE REQUISTIONER SHIPPED VIA F.O.B POINT Due on Receipt PP & A QTY UNIT DESCRIPTION UNIT PRICE TOTAL Payment Method : MC [ ] Visa [ ] Amex [ ] Check [ ] CC#:_______________________________________________ Exp. Date:__________________________________________ Name as Appears on Card:__________________________________________________________ SUBTOTAL SALES TAX SHIPPING & HANDLING OTHER PLEASE PUT YOUR ADDRESS HERE AND YOU WILL RECEIVE A Confirmation A Woman-Owned Small Business 10908 McBride Lane Knoxville, TN-37932 Office Fax

16 List of Training Contact List Sales President Vice President
A Woman-Owned Small Business McBride Lane Knoxville, TN Office Fax List of Training General Safety Training Item# AM-0001Office Safety Item# AM-0002 Indoor Air Quality Item# AM-0003 Back Safety Item# AM-0004 Fire Safety/Emergency Item# AM-0005 Fire Extinguisher Training Item# AM-0006 Bloodborne Pathogens Item# AM-0007 Heat Stress Item# AM-0008 Cold Stress Item# AM-0009 Safety/Orientation Knowledge Based Safety Training Item# AM-0010 Hazard Communication Item# AM-0011 Personal Protection Equipment Item# AM-0012 Asbestos Awareness Item# AM-0013 Respiratory Protection Item# AM-0014 Lead Awareness Hands – on Training Available Topics Item# AM-0015 Hand Tools Item# AM-0016 Machine Safety Item# AM-0017 Lockout/Tagout Item# AM-0018 Confined Space Entry Item# AM-0019 General Electrical Safety Item# AM-0020 Fall Protection Item# AM-0021 Ladder Safety Item# AM-0022 Mower Safety Contact List Sales President Vice President Training Staff A Woman-Owned Small Business 10908 McBride Lane Knoxville, TN-37932 Office Fax

17 AMARC Safety Training Presentation
A Woman-Owned Small Business McBride Lane Knoxville, TN Office Fax AMARC Safety Training Presentation Cindy Aikins President Thank you for viewing this presentation. All AMARC training can be conducted on-site, at your facility, by AMARC’s experienced professional trainers. To exit the AMARC Safety Training Presentation press the flashing icon. A Woman-Owned Small Business 10908 McBride Lane Knoxville, TN-37932 Office Fax

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20 ASBESTOS AWARNESS TRAINING
A Woman-Owned Small Business McBride Lane Knoxville, TN Office Fax ASBESTOS AWARNESS TRAINING A Woman-Owned Small Business 10908 McBride Lane Knoxville, TN-37932 Office Fax

21 OSHA’s Asbestos Standard for the Construction Industry
29 CFR OSHA’s Asbestos Standard for the Construction Industry A Woman-Owned Small Business 10908 McBride Lane Knoxville, TN-37932 Office Fax

22 A Woman-Owned Small Business
Scope and Application Covers asbestos exposure in all work as defined in (b), regardless of the type of worksite or location Includes but is not limited to the following where asbestos is present: Demolition or salvage of structures Removal or encapsulation of materials Construction, alteration, repair, maintenance, or renovation Installation of products containing asbestos Spill/emergency clean-up Transportation, disposal, storage, containment and housekeeping activities on the site where construction activities are performed A Woman-Owned Small Business 10908 McBride Lane Knoxville, TN-37932 Office Fax

23 A Woman-Owned Small Business
Definitions Asbestos: chrysotile, amosite, crocidolite, tremolite asbestos, anthophyllite asbestos, actinolite asbestos, and any of these minerals that have been chemically altered; includes PACM ACM: “asbestos-containing material,” any material containing >1% asbestos PACM: “presumed asbestos-containing material” Surfacing Material: material that is sprayed, troweled-on, or otherwise applied to surfaces Thermal System Insulation (TSI): ACM applied to pipes, fittings, boilers, breeching, tanks, ducts or other structural components to prevent heat loss or gain A Woman-Owned Small Business 10908 McBride Lane Knoxville, TN-37932 Office Fax

24 A Woman-Owned Small Business
Definitions Class I Asbestos Work: activities involving the removal of TSI or surfacing ACM and PACM Class II Asbestos Work: activities involving the removal of ACM which is not TSI or surfacing material. Examples: removal of asbestos-containing wallboard, floor tile, and roofing shingles Class III Asbestos Work: repair and maintenance operations where ACM and/or PACM is likely to be disturbed Class IV Asbestos Work: maintenance and custodial activities during which employees contact but do not disturb ACM or PACM and activities to clean up dust, waste and debris resulting from Class I, II, and III activities A Woman-Owned Small Business 10908 McBride Lane Knoxville, TN-37932 Office Fax

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26 How to prevent a lifetime of back problems
A Woman-Owned Small Business McBride Lane Knoxville, TN Office Fax BACK SAFETY How to prevent a lifetime of back problems A Woman-Owned Small Business 10908 McBride Lane Knoxville, TN-37932 Office Fax

27 A Woman-Owned Small Business
Back Injuries More than 1 million workers suffer back injuries each year, accounting for 1/5 of all workplace injuries or illnesses. One fourth of all compensation claims involve back injuries, which cost employers billions of dollars Add to that the employees’ pain and suffering … A Woman-Owned Small Business 10908 McBride Lane Knoxville, TN-37932 Office Fax

28 A Woman-Owned Small Business
Back Injuries They are exceedingly painful, difficult to heal, and have an effect on everything you do. After suffering one back injury, you are much more likely to experience another one later on. It is important to learn how to avoid injuring or re-injuring your back. A Woman-Owned Small Business 10908 McBride Lane Knoxville, TN-37932 Office Fax

29 A Woman-Owned Small Business
Back Injuries Do yourself a big favor by learning proper lifting techniques and the basics of back safety. You might be able to save yourself a lot of pain... …and a lifetime of back problems. A Woman-Owned Small Business 10908 McBride Lane Knoxville, TN-37932 Office Fax

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31 A Woman-Owned Small Business
A Woman-Owned Small Business McBride Lane Knoxville, TN Office Fax Topic Bloodborne Pathogens A Woman-Owned Small Business 10908 McBride Lane Knoxville, TN-37932 Office Fax

32 A Woman-Owned Small Business
WHY ARE WE HERE? BB Pathogen standard Anyone whose job requires exposure to BB pathogens is required to complete training Employees who are trained in CPR and first aid The more you know, the better you will perform in real situations! A Woman-Owned Small Business 10908 McBride Lane Knoxville, TN-37932 Office Fax

33 A Woman-Owned Small Business
What is a BB Pathogen? Microorganisms that are carried in the blood that can cause disease in humans A Woman-Owned Small Business 10908 McBride Lane Knoxville, TN-37932 Office Fax

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35 Cindy Aikins President AMARC-LLC Knoxville, TN
Material Sales / Injury Prevention Services / Consultant Ms. Aikins founded AMARC in 2001 focusing the business on Injury Prevention Services. Shortly thereafter, the business grew to include the sale of Safety and Environmental project supplies. Ms. Aikins’ entrepreneurial management style has led AMARC to many diverse opportunities since the inception of the company. Today, additional AMARC services include project & business management, scheduling and cost control, environmental health and safety services and relevant project support services. A Woman-Owned Small Business 10908 McBride Lane Knoxville, TN-37932 Office Fax

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37 A Woman-Owned Small Business
A Woman-Owned Small Business McBride Lane Knoxville, TN Office Fax Topic Cold Stress A Woman-Owned Small Business 10908 McBride Lane Knoxville, TN-37932 Office Fax

38 Cold Stress & related Injuries and Illnesses
Hypothermia, Frostbite, and Other Health Problems A Woman-Owned Small Business 10908 McBride Lane Knoxville, TN-37932 Office Fax

39 What this presentation covers
Summary of factors increasing risk of cold-related injuries and illnesses Summary of preventive measures against cold-related injuries and illnesses Causes, signs and symptoms, and treatment of Hypothermia Frostbite Frostnip Chilblains Immersion Foot (Trench foot) A Woman-Owned Small Business 10908 McBride Lane Knoxville, TN-37932 Office Fax

40 Factors Increasing Risk of Cold Injuries/Illnesses
Previous cold-related injury Predisposing health conditions Fatigue, poor physical condition Poor nutrition Dehydration Medication Alcohol Caffeine Nicotine (Smoking) Age Improper clothing and equipment Under-activity Over-activity Cold conditions: Temperature Wind Wetness Length of exposure A Woman-Owned Small Business 10908 McBride Lane Knoxville, TN-37932 Office Fax

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42 A Woman-Owned Small Business
A Woman-Owned Small Business McBride Lane Knoxville, TN Office Fax Topic Confined Space Entry A Woman-Owned Small Business 10908 McBride Lane Knoxville, TN-37932 Office Fax

43 A Woman-Owned Small Business
29 CFR CONFINED SPACE ENTRY A Woman-Owned Small Business 10908 McBride Lane Knoxville, TN-37932 Office Fax

44 What is a Confined Space?
A space that: Is large enough and so configured that an employee can enter bodily and perform work; Has limited or restricted means of entry or exit; Is not designed for continuous human occupancy. A Woman-Owned Small Business 10908 McBride Lane Knoxville, TN-37932 Office Fax

45 Examples of Confined Spaces:
Tanks Manholes Boilers Furnaces Sewers Silos Hoppers Vaults Pipes Trenches Tunnels Ducts Bins Pits A Woman-Owned Small Business 10908 McBride Lane Knoxville, TN-37932 Office Fax

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47 A Woman-Owned Small Business
A Woman-Owned Small Business McBride Lane Knoxville, TN Office Fax Topic Fall Protection A Woman-Owned Small Business 10908 McBride Lane Knoxville, TN-37932 Office Fax

48 A Woman-Owned Small Business
Falls in Construction Falls are the leading cause of deaths in the construction industry. Most fatalities occur when employees fall from open-sided floors and through floor openings. Falls from as little as 4 to 6 feet can cause serious lost-time accidents and sometimes death. Open-sided floors and platforms 6 feet or more in height must be guarded. The issues of how to provide fall protection for employees at construction sites are difficult ones. There are so many different types of work and so many different kinds of fall hazards that it is not possible to organize fall protection into a neat set of rules that fit all situations. OSHA reflects this difficulty when it places its rules for fall protection in several different subparts in the Construction Standards, depending primarily on the nature of the work being undertaken. There are separate locations, for example, for fall protection during work on scaffolds, during work on certain cranes and derricks, during work in tunnels, during work on stairways and ladders, during steel erection, etc. A Woman-Owned Small Business 10908 McBride Lane Knoxville, TN-37932 Office Fax

49 A Woman-Owned Small Business
Fall Protection This presentation will discuss: The working conditions that prompt use of fall protection Options that are available to protect workers from falls The issues of how to provide fall protection for employees at construction sites are difficult ones. There are so many different types of work and so many different kinds of fall hazards that it is not possible to organize fall protection into a neat set of rules that fit all situations. OSHA reflects this difficulty when it places its rules for fall protection in several different subparts in the Construction Standards, depending primarily on the nature of the work being undertaken. There are separate locations, for example, for fall protection during work on scaffolds, during work on certain cranes and derricks, during work in tunnels, during work on stairways and ladders, during steel erection, etc. A Woman-Owned Small Business 10908 McBride Lane Knoxville, TN-37932 Office Fax

50 A Woman-Owned Small Business
Fall Protection At the end of this topic, you will be able to: List at least four methods of fall protection available for protecting workers State the main criteria that prompts use of fall protection for construction workers The issues of how to provide fall protection for employees at construction sites are difficult ones. There are so many different types of work and so many different kinds of fall hazards that it is not possible to organize fall protection into a neat set of rules that fit all situations. OSHA reflects this difficulty when it places its rules for fall protection in several different subparts in the Construction Standards, depending primarily on the nature of the work being undertaken. There are separate locations, for example, for fall protection during work on scaffolds, during work on certain cranes and derricks, during work in tunnels, during work on stairways and ladders, during steel erection, etc. A Woman-Owned Small Business 10908 McBride Lane Knoxville, TN-37932 Office Fax

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52 Fire Extinguisher Training
A Woman-Owned Small Business McBride Lane Knoxville, TN Office Fax Fire Extinguisher Training A Woman-Owned Small Business 10908 McBride Lane Knoxville, TN-37932 Office Fax

53 A Woman-Owned Small Business
The Fire Triangle Fire Safety, at its most basic, is based upon the principle of keeping fuel sources and ignition sources separate. A Woman-Owned Small Business 10908 McBride Lane Knoxville, TN-37932 Office Fax

54 The Fire Triangle Three things must be present at the same time to produce fire: Enough OXYGEN to sustain combustion Enough HEAT to reach ignition temperature Some FUEL or combustible material Together, they produce the CHEMICAL REACTION that is fire Take away any of these things and the fire will be “extinguished” A Woman-Owned Small Business 10908 McBride Lane Knoxville, TN-37932 Office Fax

55 A Woman-Owned Small Business
Fuel Classifications Fires are classified according to the type of fuel that is burning. If you use the wrong type of fire extinguisher on the wrong class of fire, you might make matters worse. Its very important to understand the four different fire (fuel) classifications… A Woman-Owned Small Business 10908 McBride Lane Knoxville, TN-37932 Office Fax

56 A Woman-Owned Small Business
Fuel Classifications Class A: Wood, paper, cloth, trash, plastics—solids that are not metals. Class B: Flammable liquids—gasoline, oil, grease, acetone. Includes flammable gases. Class C: Electrical—energized electrical equipment. As long as it’s “plugged in.” Class D: Metals—potassium, sodium, aluminum, magnesium. Requires Metal-X, foam, and other special extinguishing agents. A Woman-Owned Small Business 10908 McBride Lane Knoxville, TN-37932 Office Fax

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58 Fire Safety/Emergency
A Woman-Owned Small Business McBride Lane Knoxville, TN Office Fax Fire Safety/Emergency A Woman-Owned Small Business 10908 McBride Lane Knoxville, TN-37932 Office Fax

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Fire Prevention OSHA 29 CFR A Woman-Owned Small Business 10908 McBride Lane Knoxville, TN-37932 Office Fax

60 Exit Routes, Emergency Action Plans,
Fire Protection, Fire Prevention Plans This presentation is designed to assist trainers conducting OSHA 10-hour General Industry outreach training for workers. Since workers are the target audience, this presentation emphasizes hazard identification, avoidance, and control – not standards. No attempt has been made to treat the topic exhaustively. It is essential that trainers tailor their presentations to the needs and understanding of their audience. This presentation is not a substitute for any of the provisions of the Occupational Safety and Health Act of 1970 or for any standards issued by the U.S. Department of Labor. Mention of trade names, commercial products, or organizations does not imply endorsement by the U.S. Department of Labor. Exit Routes, Emergency Action Plans, A Woman-Owned Small Business 10908 McBride Lane Knoxville, TN-37932 Office Fax

61 A Woman-Owned Small Business
Introduction Fires and explosions kill more than 200 and injure more than 5,000 workers each year There is a long and tragic history of workplace fires in this country caused by problems with fire exits and extinguishing systems OSHA requires employers to provide proper exits, fire fighting equipment, and employee training to prevent fire deaths and injuries in the workplace Exit Routes, Emergency Action Plans, and Fire Prevention Plans: 29 CFR 1910 Subpart E Fire Protection: 29 CFR 1910 Subpart L An employer who demonstrates compliance with the exit route provisions of NFPA , the Life Safety Code, will be deemed to be in compliance with the corresponding requirements in 29 CFR , , and In 1995, more than 75,000 workplace fires cost businesses more than $2.3 billion. A Woman-Owned Small Business 10908 McBride Lane Knoxville, TN-37932 Office Fax

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63 General Electrical Safety
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64 Electricity - The Dangers
About 5 workers are electrocuted every week Causes 12% of young worker workplace deaths Takes very little electricity to cause harm Significant risk of causing fires Whenever you work with power tools or electrical circuits there is a risk of electrical hazards, especially electrical shock. Risks are increased at construction sites because many jobs involve electric power tools. Electrical trades workers must pay special attention to electrical hazards because they work on electrical circuits. Coming in contact with an electrical voltage can cause current to flow through the body, resulting in electrical shock and burns. Serious injury or even death may occur. Electricity has long been recognized as a serious workplace hazard, exposing employees to electric shock, electrocution, burns, fires, and explosions. In 1999, for example, 278 workers died from electrocutions at work, accounting for almost 5 percent of all on-the-job fatalities that year, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics. What makes these statistics more tragic is that most of these fatalities could have been easily avoided. A Woman-Owned Small Business 10908 McBride Lane Knoxville, TN-37932 Office Fax

65 Electricity – How it Works
Electricity is the flow of energy from one place to another Requires a source of power: usually a generating station A flow of electrons (current) travels through a conductor Travels in a closed circuit Operating an electric switch is like turning on a water faucet. Behind the faucet (or switch) there is a source of water (or electricity) with a way to transport it, and pressure to make it flow. The faucet’s water source is a reservoir or pumping station. A pump provides enough pressure for the water to travel through the pipes. For electricity the source is the power generating station. A generator provides the pressure (voltage) for the electrical current to travel through electric conductors (wires). Volts – the electrical pressure (measure of electrical force) Amps – the volume or intensity of the electrical flow Watts – the power consumed A Woman-Owned Small Business 10908 McBride Lane Knoxville, TN-37932 Office Fax

66 A Woman-Owned Small Business
Electrical Terms Current -- electrical movement (measured in amps) Circuit -- complete path of the current. Includes electricity source, a conductor, and the output device or load (such as a lamp, tool, or heater) Resistance -- restriction to electrical flow Conductors – substances, like metals, with little resistance to electricity that allow electricity to flow Grounding – a conductive connection to the earth which acts as a protective measure Insulators -- substances with high resistance to electricity like glass, porcelain, plastic, and dry wood that prevent electricity from getting to unwanted areas Resistance – Measured in ohms. Four factors determine the resistance of a material to the flow of electricity. What it is made of (silver is best, copper is most common) Its diameter (smaller diameter = more resistance) Its temperature (higher temperature = higher resistance) Its length (longer = higher resistance) A Woman-Owned Small Business 10908 McBride Lane Knoxville, TN-37932 Office Fax

67 There are four main types of electrical injuries:
Direct: Electrocution or death due to electrical shock Electrical shock Burns Indirect - Falls When an electrical shock enters the body it may produce different types of injuries. Electrocution results in internal and external injury to body parts or the entire body – often resulting in death. After receiving a “jolt” of electricity all or part of the body may be temporarily paralyzed and this may cause loss of grip or stability. A person may also involuntarily move as a result of receiving an electrical shock, resulting in a fall. Internal or external burns may result from contact with electricity. A Woman-Owned Small Business 10908 McBride Lane Knoxville, TN-37932 Office Fax

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69 A Woman-Owned Small Business
Safety Trainer SUMMARY OF QUALIFICATIONS Experience in Safety and Health surveillance of industrial and construction projects. Primary responsibilities included day-to-day oversight and evaluation for regulatory compliance. Has worked on over 25 remediation construction projects as a Site Safety & Health Officer (SSHO). Extensive experience working at U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) and Department of Defense (DOD) facilities. Experience includes: industrial hygiene sampling, safety surveillance, Activity Hazard Analysis (AHA) preparation and implementation, accident investigation, auditing, asbestos sampling, and air monitoring, confined space monitoring, water sampling, emergency response and spill clean up. Has developed and implemented numerous safety and health training for both internal and external clients. Has also implemented CERCLA procedures for the removal of contaminated soil, de-watering, packaging and shipment to landfills. A Woman-Owned Small Business 10908 McBride Lane Knoxville, TN-37932 Office Fax

70 CERTIFICATION AND TRAINING
Q-clearance (Inactive) Construction safety and health trained (30 hours) Certification in Confined Space-General Safety Certification in Emergency Medial Care First Responder (Oklahoma) Asbestos Supervisor Training Eastern Kentucky University OSHA 500 Training OSHA 40 hour Hazardous Waste Operations and Emergency Response (HAZWOPER) 8 Hour HAZWOPER Supervisor Safety Trailering and Transport of Construction Equipment 40 hour Hazardous Waste Safety (Pellissippi State Technical Community College) Environmental Laws, Regulations and Compliance (Pellissippi State Technical Community College) Nuclear Criticality Safety Training Radiation Worker II and Nuclear Criticality Safety Training Radiation Worker I National Safety Council Defensive Driving Course RCRA 90 Day Accumulation Area Operating Requirement Hazardous Materials Chemistry for the Non-Chemist A Woman-Owned Small Business 10908 McBride Lane Knoxville, TN-37932 Office Fax

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72 Hand and Power Tool Safety
A Woman-Owned Small Business McBride Lane Knoxville, TN Office Fax Hand and Power Tool Safety A Woman-Owned Small Business 10908 McBride Lane Knoxville, TN-37932 Office Fax

73 Regulations Covering Hand and Power Tools
For General Industry 1910 Subpart P, Hand and Portable Power Tools and Other Hand-Held Equipment. , Definitions. , Hand and portable powered tools and equipment, general. , Guarding of portable powered tools. , Other portable tools and equipment. A Woman-Owned Small Business 10908 McBride Lane Knoxville, TN-37932 Office Fax

74 What the Regulations Say
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76 Hazard Communications
A Woman-Owned Small Business McBride Lane Knoxville, TN Office Fax Hazard Communications Your “Right to Know” A Woman-Owned Small Business 10908 McBride Lane Knoxville, TN-37932 Office Fax

77 Hazard Communications The Four Stages of the Program
Material Safety Data Sheets (MSDSs) Labeling and Marking Systems Employee Training Written Plan A Woman-Owned Small Business 10908 McBride Lane Knoxville, TN-37932 Office Fax

78 Hazard Communications
Material Safety Data Sheets A Woman-Owned Small Business 10908 McBride Lane Knoxville, TN-37932 Office Fax

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You Will Learn: What is heat illness? Where and why does it happen? How do you treat it? How do you prevent it? What are the rules about heat illness? A Woman-Owned Small Business 10908 McBride Lane Knoxville, TN-37932 Office Fax

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What is Heat Illness? Heat illness can be: Heat rash Fainting Heat cramps Heat exhaustion Heat stroke A Woman-Owned Small Business 10908 McBride Lane Knoxville, TN-37932 Office Fax

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A Woman-Owned Small Business McBride Lane Knoxville, TN Office Fax INDOOR AIR QUALITY A Woman-Owned Small Business 10908 McBride Lane Knoxville, TN-37932 Office Fax

85 UNDERSTANDING IAQ HEALTH EFFECTS CAUSATIVE AGENTS SOURCES
CONTROL METHODOLOGIES LEGISLATION A Woman-Owned Small Business 10908 McBride Lane Knoxville, TN-37932 Office Fax

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A Woman-Owned Small Business McBride Lane Knoxville, TN Office Fax Ladder Safety A Woman-Owned Small Business 10908 McBride Lane Knoxville, TN-37932 Office Fax

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Ladders A Woman-Owned Small Business 10908 McBride Lane Knoxville, TN-37932 Office Fax

91 Ladder Safety - Introduction
Indispensable tools Many sizes, shapes Oregon: 500 workers injured annually Most injuries: fall of less than 10 feet Ladders are indispensable tools. We take them for granted in our day-to-day work and use them extensively in virtually all industries. Though they come in many sizes, shapes, and styles, they all serve the same purpose: to help us move vertically. They’re simply built and easy to use, but they’re not always user friendly. Each year in Oregon, about 500 workers are seriously injured when they fall from ladders. You don’t have to fall far to get hurt; most workers injured in falls from ladders are less than 10 feet above the ladder’s base of support. A Woman-Owned Small Business 10908 McBride Lane Knoxville, TN-37932 Office Fax

92 Ladder Safety - Introduction
Why? Most falls involve portable ladders Move, tilt, shift during climbing Unstable/slippery base surfaces Misstep/slip of foot Loss of balance (overreach) Struck by vehicle Why do people fall from ladders if they’re so easy to use? In general, most ladder falls involve portable ladders that move, tilt, or shift while a worker is climbing or descending. Unstable or slippery base surfaces are the primary reasons ladders fail. Other reasons include a misstep or a slip of the foot, loss of balance, an overreach, and being struck by a vehicle or other object. A Woman-Owned Small Business 10908 McBride Lane Knoxville, TN-37932 Office Fax

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A Woman-Owned Small Business McBride Lane Knoxville, TN Office Fax Lead Awareness A Woman-Owned Small Business 10908 McBride Lane Knoxville, TN-37932 Office Fax

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96 Training Requirements
Required if you are exposed to lead at or above the action level or if you suffer from skin or eye irritation from lead. Includes: Specific job hazards from lead. Protective measures, engineering controls & work practices to be taken. Dangers of lead to your body. Accessibility to written program/regulations. Description of the medical surveillance program & medical removal program. A Woman-Owned Small Business 10908 McBride Lane Knoxville, TN-37932 Office Fax

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What is Lead Heavy metal at room temperature Bluish-gray Low melting point Pliable Corrosion resistant Can form lead compounds A Woman-Owned Small Business 10908 McBride Lane Knoxville, TN-37932 Office Fax

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99 Topic: Lockout/Tagout
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Lockout Lockout is a technique used to prevent the release of hazardous energy, or to prevent the hazardous energy from escaping. A lockout lock device is placed on the appropriate energy isolating device that is in the off or closed position. A Woman-Owned Small Business 10908 McBride Lane Knoxville, TN-37932 Office Fax

101 The “Fatal Five” Main Causes of Lockout/Tagout Injuries
Failure to stop equipment Failure to disconnect from power source Failure to dissipate (bleed, neutralize) residual energy Accidental restarting of equipment Failure to clear work areas before restarting A Woman-Owned Small Business 10908 McBride Lane Knoxville, TN-37932 Office Fax

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Definitions Authorized Employee - one who locks out machines or equipment in order to perform the servicing or maintenance on that machine or equipment. Affected Employee - one whose job requires him/her to operate or use a machine or equipment on which servicing or maintenance is being performed under lockout, or whose job requires him/her to work in an area in which such servicing or maintenance is being performed. A Woman-Owned Small Business 10908 McBride Lane Knoxville, TN-37932 Office Fax

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A Woman-Owned Small Business McBride Lane Knoxville, TN Office Fax Machine Safety A Woman-Owned Small Business 10908 McBride Lane Knoxville, TN-37932 Office Fax

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Four Types of Guards Fixed Interlocked Adjustable Self-Adjusting CITATIONS No guard on grinders. Wrong speed or unknown speed on grinding wheel A Woman-Owned Small Business 10908 McBride Lane Knoxville, TN-37932 Office Fax

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Machine Guarding Major Points Mortar mixer must have guarding over the open face. Many manufacturer sell retrofit guards. Mechanical hazards can be found at the point of operation, the power transmission apparatus or at the area of transverse motion. A Woman-Owned Small Business 10908 McBride Lane Knoxville, TN-37932 Office Fax

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Machine Guarding Fatalities Many fatalities have resulted from employees getting caught in rotating shafts such as well boring drills. A Woman-Owned Small Business 10908 McBride Lane Knoxville, TN-37932 Office Fax

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Getting Started Not everyone knows how to operate a mower safely. In fact, what most people view as common sense can lead to accidents later. Although accidents are less for mowers than some other areas, a number of injuries, even death, may occur if safety practices are ignored or abused. The purpose of this training is to help you become a SAFE mower operator. Let's get started. A Woman-Owned Small Business 10908 McBride Lane Knoxville, TN-37932 Office Fax

111 Terms used in this training program:
Power Take Off or PTO is the area of the machine where rotating torque is directly transferred to another machine or tool. In the mower case, the rotating torque is used to turn the mower blades. Roll Over Protection System or ROPS is attached to some vehicle frames to help prevent the vehicle from upsetting more than 90 degrees, and prevent the occupant from being crushed if an upset does occur. Deadman Switch is a device that will automatically turn the machine off if the operator should leave the driver's seat for any reason. It may also be used in the case of an equipment malfunction to turn the machine off. A Woman-Owned Small Business 10908 McBride Lane Knoxville, TN-37932 Office Fax

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R.O.P.S. stands for Roll Over Protection System. Although there are few accidents with mowers, a number of injuries occur when mowers are in use. These accidents are caused by driving too fast, operating unsafely on uneven ground, operating a mower that has not been mechanically maintained, and pushing the mower beyond safe operating limits. A Woman-Owned Small Business 10908 McBride Lane Knoxville, TN-37932 Office Fax

113 Pre-Operation Procedures
If problems can be identified before stepping into the driver's seat, needless accidents can be prevented and the equipment will remain properly maintained. Pre-Operation procedures can be broken down into three areas. These are: Guidelines for getting familiar with your equipment Using a safety checklist Personal protective equipment A Woman-Owned Small Business 10908 McBride Lane Knoxville, TN-37932 Office Fax

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A Woman-Owned Small Business McBride Lane Knoxville, TN Office Fax Topic Office Safety A Woman-Owned Small Business 10908 McBride Lane Knoxville, TN-37932 Office Fax

116 Office Safety and Health
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117 Overview of Office Hazards
Many hazards which cause thousands of injuries and health problems annually exist in the office. In addition to the obvious hazards of slippery floors or open file drawers, the modern office may contain hazards such as poor lighting, noise, and poorly designed furniture and equipment. Overview Despite common belief that the office provides a safe environment to work in, many hazards do exist which cause thousands of injuries and health problems among office workers. A Woman-Owned Small Business 10908 McBride Lane Knoxville, TN-37932 Office Fax

118 Leading Types of Disabling Accidents in Offices
Office workers sustain approximately 76,000 fractures, dislocations, sprains, strains and contusions annually. Leading types of disabling office accidents are: Falls and slips Strains and over-exertion Struck by or striking against objects Caught in or between objects Fall/Slip Struck by Strain Caught in A Woman-Owned Small Business 10908 McBride Lane Knoxville, TN-37932 Office Fax

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120 Personal Protective Equipment
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121 Personal Protective Equipment
Do you need it ? 1926 Subpart E – Personal Protective and Lifesaving Equipment This presentation is designed to assist trainers conducting OSHA 10-hour Construction outreach training for workers. Since workers are the target audience, this presentation emphasizes hazard identification, avoidance, and control – not standards. No attempt has been made to treat the topic exhaustively. It is essential that trainers tailor their presentations to the needs and understanding of their audience. This presentation is not a substitute for any of the provisions of the Occupational Safety and Health Act of 1970 or for any standards issued by the U.S. Department of Labor. Mention of trade names, commercial products, or organizations does not imply endorsement by the U.S. Department of Labor. A Woman-Owned Small Business 10908 McBride Lane Knoxville, TN-37932 Office Fax

122 Protecting Employees from Workplace Hazards
Employers must protect employees from hazards such as falling objects, harmful substances, and noise exposures that can cause injury Employers must: Use all feasible engineering and work practice controls to eliminate and reduce hazards Use personal protective equipment (PPE) if the controls don’t eliminate the hazards. PPE is the last level of control! 29 CFR Part 1926 Subpart E Personal Protective and Life Saving Equipment ( to ) See Personal Protective Equipment Fact Sheet, also in Spanish, at -- See Publications: -- OSHA 3077, Personal Protective Equipment -- OSHA 3151, Assessing the Need for Personal Protective Equipment: A Guide for Small Business Employers How do I identify potential hazards in my workplace? Begin with a survey. Observe the work environment. Ask employees how they perform their tasks. Look for sources of potential injury such as: • Objects that might fall from above. • Exposed pipes or beams at work level. • Exposed liquid chemicals. • Sources of heat, intense light, noise, or dust. • Equipment or materials that could produce flying particles. A Woman-Owned Small Business 10908 McBride Lane Knoxville, TN-37932 Office Fax

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Engineering Controls If the work environment can be physically changed to prevent employee exposure to the potential hazard, Then the hazard can be eliminated with an engineering control Engineering Controls. Engineering controls consist of substitution, isolation, ventilation and equipment modification. A Woman-Owned Small Business 10908 McBride Lane Knoxville, TN-37932 Office Fax

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Engineering Controls Examples Initial design specifications Substitute less harmful material Change process Enclose process Isolate process A Woman-Owned Small Business 10908 McBride Lane Knoxville, TN-37932 Office Fax

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126 OSHA’s Respiratory Protection Standard 29 CFR 1910.134
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This program is intended to be a resource for instructors of occupational safety and health and is not a substitute for any of the provisions of the Occupational Safety and Health Act of 1970 or for any standards issued by the U.S. Department of Labor’s Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA). A Woman-Owned Small Business 10908 McBride Lane Knoxville, TN-37932 Office Fax

128 Scope This standard applies to: General Industry (Part 1910),
Shipyards (Part 1915), Marine Terminals (Part 1917), Longshoring (Part 1918), and Construction (Part 1926). A Woman-Owned Small Business 10908 McBride Lane Knoxville, TN-37932 Office Fax

129 Organization of Standard
(a) Permissible practice (b) Definitions (c) Respirator program (d) Selection of respirators (e) Medical evaluation (f) Fit testing (g) Use of respirators (h) Maintenance and care (i) Breathing air quality and use (j) Identification of filters, cartridges, and canisters (k) Training and information (l) Program evaluation (m) Recordkeeping (n) Dates (o) Appendices (mandatory) A: Fit Testing Procedures B-1: User Seal Checks B-2: Cleaning Procedures C: Medical Questionnaire D: Information for Employees Wearing Respirators When Not Required Under the Standard A Woman-Owned Small Business 10908 McBride Lane Knoxville, TN-37932 Office Fax

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Knoxville, TN Office Fax Safety Orientation A Woman-Owned Small Business 10908 McBride Lane Knoxville, TN-37932 Office Fax

132 Safety Orientation Training
Hazard Communication Respirators Personal Protective Equipment Hearing Conservation Fall Protection Lockout Tagout Confined Space Fire / Fire Extinguishers Basic First Aid (not certified training) Blood Borne Pathogens Heat/Cold Stress Good Safety Practices A Woman-Owned Small Business 10908 McBride Lane Knoxville, TN-37932 Office Fax

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Hazard Communication The Right To Know” Chemical Hazards Written Program Training Container Labels Material Safety Data Sheets (MSDS) Inventory List A Woman-Owned Small Business 10908 McBride Lane Knoxville, TN-37932 Office Fax

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Chemical Hazards Flammable/Explosion Flash point LEL Toxic/Poison Acute / Chronic Local / Systemic Routes of entry Reactive Corrosive A Woman-Owned Small Business 10908 McBride Lane Knoxville, TN-37932 Office Fax

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Steven E. Przybytek AMARC, LLC Knoxville, TN September 2006 – Present Vice President Primary responsibilities as Vice President include day-to-day direction of sales and service personnel and development of new business in the commercial construction, abatement, maintenance and demolition industries and within municipal, state and federal governments. Other duties include identification of strategic teaming partners and subcontractors, negotiation of teaming agreements and subcontracts, and participation in the development of company-wide procedures, plans and policies. Mr. Przybytek has more than 13 years of progressive experience in the abatement, decontamination, decommissioning and demolition (DD&D) and remediation arenas. His experience covers the full spectrum from craft supervision to business development, and his wide range of knowledge and capabilities have been of significant benefit to many clients within both the public and private sectors. A Woman-Owned Small Business 10908 McBride Lane Knoxville, TN-37932 Office Fax

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SPECIAL TRAINING & CERTIFICATIONS: Asbestos Supervisor 40 Hr. Hazardous Waste Operations 8 Hr. Hazardous Waste Operations Refresher Rad Worker II ETTP ETTP Web Based Ladders and Scaffolding Fall Protection Beryllium Fire Extinguisher Hearing Conservation Park Worker Lead Worker Bloodborne Pathogens LOTO BJC-Task Lead Training ETTP D&D Project Safety Orientation ETTP D&D Waste Management Awareness ETTP D&D Universal Waste Training Competent Scaffolding - Certificate Aerial lift Training Confined Space Entry Competent Air Sampling - Certificate Hazard Communication - Certificate Waste Generator RFETS Nuclear Criticality Safety RFETS OSHA 10-Hour Safety Course A Woman-Owned Small Business 10908 McBride Lane Knoxville, TN-37932 Office Fax

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