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4 ASC will provide a safe work environment. Employees will work safely

5 Class K: Kitchen grease and oil

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11 Cuts

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14 Don’t Go There

15 Your hands are meat. Get it? This is a meat slicer.

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20 Note which way your body is meant to move Pain or discomfort means something is not right Break up and share repetitive tasks Micro-breaks – change tasks often Break large loads into lighter loads

21 Hug loads close to your body Use good sitting and computer posture Raise work surface as needed Don’t twist or reach too far Don’t work over your head

22 Maintain good health and weight Exercise regularly as advised by doctor Stretch properly to increase flexibility Posture in chair or car / bus / train Use brain first, then muscles

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26 TAKE SAFETY TO NEW HEIGHTS

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34 P rotect from further injury R est the area to allow healing I ce the first 2-3 days, then gentle heat C empress – reduce swelling E levate – above the heart

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36 Automated External Defibrillator

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38 Fire/Police – 2111 Medical Emergency – 4111 Campus Blue Lights County 911 – will take longer to respond

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42 Motor vehicles are statistically the most deadly equipment used at work Less experienced drivers Heavy pedestrian traffic Sidewalk driving Driving Safety

43 Be aware of your surroundings Adjust for weather & road conditions Avoid backing up or use spotter Don’t take risks 100% alert – no alcohol/meds Driving Safety

44 Tires inflated Lights working & clear Windshield & windows clean Mirrors adjusted for your use Body damage Brakes/operational issues Daily Check

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50 Carcinogenic Corrosive Irritant Sensitizer Highly Toxic

51 Mouth (ingestion/inhalation) Eyes Nose (inhalation) Skin (Absorption) Injury can be immediate or over time (duration x amount)

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53 4 – Deadly - even smallest exposure can be lethal 3 – Extreme Danger – serious injury will likely result 2 – Dangerous – Temporary or minor injury may result 1 – Slight hazard – irritation or minor reversible injury 0 – No hazard

54 4 – Highly Flammable- gas or liquid - <73’ 3 – Flammable– can ignite under normal temps <100’ 2 – Moderately Flammable – 100’-200’ 1 – Slightly Flammable– >200’ – must be heated to ignite 0 – No hazard – will not burn under ordinary use

55 4 – Most Reactive – May explode even with no heat or pressure changes 3 – Extremely Reactive– Slight heat or pressure may explode 2 – Moderately Reactive – Strong heat or pressure will explode 1 – Slightly Reactive– Intense heat or pressure required to react 0 – Not Reactive (stable)

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57 Precautionary measures and personal protective equipment (PPE) required (if any)

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61 Read and follow label instructions Never mix chemicals unless directed on the label Keep containers closed when not in use Store and use chemicals only in proper and labeled containers Store chemicals in proper location – away from food Wash hands after using chemicals No eating or drinking while using chemicals Provide ventilation as necessary

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63 Verbal Abuse Throwing things Threats Destruction Rape/Assault Suicide Violence At Work Weapon use Stalking Arson/Bombs Kidnapping Robbery

64  History of violence – including domestic/animal  Substance abuse  Fascination with weapons  Low self esteem  Poor work performance  Escalating behavior Who Commits Violence

65 Escalating behaviors: voice, throwing, slamming, punching Threats Nervous pacing or loitering Irrational or nonsensical talk Change in personal habits/behaviors Warning Signs

66 Remain calm and in control Don’t raise voice to match theirs Call for supervisor, manager, or UPD Do not isolate yourself with the person, but remove an audience Watch body language Walk away if it continues to escalate De-escalating the Situation

67 Leave the area – don’t be a hero Call UPD – 2111 or 911 Or Blue Light phone Give the person whatever they want – money, food, car…..except people. If Violence Breaks Out

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69 Advise manager of restraining orders or possible stalking Be aware of behavior around you – JDLR Don’t walk alone at night Know blue light locations along your route Avoid isolated areas Prevention

70 Observe and manage your mental and emotional health just as your physical health. Be aware of “triggers” that heat you up. Asking for help is a sign of wisdom, not weakness. Take Care Of You


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