Presentation on theme: "EXIT 1 Click here to begin WHS Go2 Induction. EXIT 2 This is an induction to your employment with Go2 Recruitment (Go2). Before completing this induction,"— Presentation transcript:
EXIT 1 Click here to begin WHS Go2 Induction
EXIT 2 This is an induction to your employment with Go2 Recruitment (Go2). Before completing this induction, you MUST have completed the Construction Industry White Card. DO NOT commence work at any workplace without completing the site specific induction. This is an induction to your employment with Go2 Recruitment (Go2). Before completing this induction, you MUST have completed the Construction Industry White Card. DO NOT commence work at any workplace without completing the site specific induction.
EXIT 3 Duty of Care and Responsibility All persons must work together to eliminate or reduce risks in the workplace so far as is reasonably practicable.
EXIT 4 Please continue... EMPLOYEE’S DUTIES: Use safety devices, protective equipment and clothing; Report hazards, accidents and incidents; Follow instruction and systems as instructed by the employer as reasonably able; Participate in consultative mechanisms; Take reasonable care of their own safety at work and that others are not adversely effected by their own acts or omissions; Cooperate with any reasonable policy/procedure of the PCBU relating to WHS; Observe the act and regulations; Understand the consequences of not following safe work practices.
EXIT 5 Please continue... Safety Policies We insist that all employees are familiar with the Go2 Policies. These policies are available for you in our offices and online at At Go2, we have a number of very important policies in relation to safety including our WHS, Drug and Alcohol, Manual Handling polices (to name just a few). We encourage employee participation and consultation in matters affecting the Safety and Health of our people. We seek suggestions from our work force for ways in which Safety and Health can be improved. All employees are given a copy of our policies. Take some time now to read the policies. If you are registering remotely, print the policies from our website and familiarise yourself with them now.
EXIT 6 Please continue... Hazard Identification Dealing with Hazards : ELIMINATION - removing the hazard, or practice, altogether. PERSONAL PROTECTIVE - should be seen as the "last line of EQUIPMENT defence" against hazardous situations. It should only be considered if all other methods are impractical. ENGINEERING - isolating, enclosing and containing the hazard. SUBSTITUTION - using a safer alternative (e.g. less toxic chemicals for cleaning). ADMINISTRATIVE CONTROLS - are things like Isolation and Lock Out, job rotation, training, signage and safe work procedures. BEST METHOD WORST METHOD Definition of a h azard : Definition of a h azard : Any source of potential damage, harm or adverse health effects on something or someone under certain conditions at work.
EXIT 7 Equipment Operation Understand and carry out all pre-start checks before operating equipment. Report all faults on equipment to your Supervisor. Do not operate equipment in unsafe condition or outside of design capacity. Equipment should only be operated by persons who are: trained;trained; competent; andcompetent; and authorised to operate that unit.authorised to operate that unit. Do not assume you are authorised - check with your supervisor before operating.
EXIT 8 Job Safety Analysis (JSA) Process: 1.Break the job into individual steps; 2.Identify the hazards in each step; 3.Ensure controls are in place to prevent injury from each hazard; 4.Record the steps and the controls for each = SAFE WORK PRACTICE To Identify Hazards and Controls: Ask questions such as: Can I be struck by / caught between anything? Can I contact anything which will hurt me? Can anything be caused to move while I am working on it? Will anything be released unexpectedly? Is anyone else working in the same area?
EXIT 9 Please continue... Accident and Incident Reporting Report all accidents and incidents immediately to your supervisor and your Go2 contact. If you don’t know who your Go2 contact is, ask now. making everyone aware of the problem;making everyone aware of the problem; allowing the host employer the chance to investigate thoroughly.allowing the host employer the chance to investigate thoroughly. When you are reporting accidents you are: initiating immediate corrective action;initiating immediate corrective action; making the work place safer by improving work practices;making the work place safer by improving work practices; meeting your legal obligation;meeting your legal obligation; possibly saving a work mate from injury or death;possibly saving a work mate from injury or death;
EXIT 10 Injury Reporting All injuries must be reported immediately to your Supervisor. Failure to do so could result in the worsening of your injury by delaying treatment. If you receive treatment from a doctor or have time off work as a result of a work-related injury, you must: 1.Notify your Supervisor immediately; 2.Obtain a First Medical Certificate from the doctor; 3.Fill in a Workers Compensation Claim Form 2B - obtain from your Supervisor; and 4.Hand the claim form, medical certificates and receipts for any reimbursements to your Supervisor. 5.Your Supervisor will arrange suitable duties in accordance with your medical certification.
EXIT 11 Please continue... Housekeeping THE PRICE OF NEGLECT: injuries, cuts to hand and eye injuries; slip and trip hazards; wasted material; and wasted time. THE BENEFITS OF GOOD HOUSEKEEPING: less risk of accidents, injuries & fires; a more pleasant workplace; and less time wasted trying to find tools, equipment and materials. FLOOR AND ACCESS WAYS: only keep materials and tools in use in your work area; keep walkways, stairways and accessways clear; keep floors around benches and machinery clear; never stack or store anything in front of doorways, electrical switchboards, emergency exists or safety showers; never stack or store anything within one metre of fire-fighting equipment; and keep floors free of oil, grease, mud, liquids and loose objects.
EXIT 12 Please continue... Slips, Trips & Falls Keep workspace and access ways clear of slip and trip hazards.Keep workspace and access ways clear of slip and trip hazards. Check underfoot conditions before stepping down particularly if working on uneven ground.Check underfoot conditions before stepping down particularly if working on uneven ground. Use handrails when climbing or descending stairways.Use handrails when climbing or descending stairways. Maintain 3 points of contact when climbing up or down.Maintain 3 points of contact when climbing up or down. Ensure footwear is in good condition.Ensure footwear is in good condition. Walk, do not run.Walk, do not run.
EXIT 13 Please continue... What you should know about hazardous substances : How it can enter your body.How it can enter your body. Possible health hazards.Possible health hazards. Personal protective equipment.Personal protective equipment. Safe storage.Safe storage. Correct use and handling.Correct use and handling. First aid treatment.First aid treatment. Correct cleaning and spillage disposal procedures.Correct cleaning and spillage disposal procedures. What to do in case of a fire.What to do in case of a fire. Read the container label and the Material Safety Data Sheet before you use or handle the substance. Hazardous Substances
EXIT 14 Please continue... Manual Handling The four basic principles of lifting Keep the Curves Keep your back in it’s natural curves. This is the power position. Build a Bridge Don’t hang your upper body weight over the load, support it. Supported by your arm, body harness etc.Preparation Warm up before you start, plan to take a break. Stagger the Stance Keep your legs in the mid position and stagger your stance in a naturally balanced position. Go2 offers all employees with FREE Manual Handling training
EXIT 15 Please continue... Safety Signs The message on the sign must always be obeyed. REGULATION CAUTION Take proper precautions for the identified hazard. FIREEMERGENCY Indicates the type and location of emergency and Fire fighting equipment. Examples of Safety Signs DANGER SIGNS Indicates a potential high risk area. GREEN EMERGENCY Provides locations, directions and instructions for dealing with emergencies..
EXIT 16 Please continue... Fire Prevention Actions to prevent fires Observe “No Smoking Signs.”Observe “No Smoking Signs.” Don’t accumulate rubbish.Don’t accumulate rubbish. Handle & store flammable liquids correctly.Handle & store flammable liquids correctly. Keep electrical fittings in good order.Keep electrical fittings in good order. Keep combustible materials clear when cutting or welding. (Use appropriate permits)Keep combustible materials clear when cutting or welding. (Use appropriate permits) Avoid the use of adaptors and long electrical leads.Avoid the use of adaptors and long electrical leads. Understand what each extinguisher is used for andUnderstand what each extinguisher is used for and keep them unobstructed and full. keep them unobstructed and full. Report all fires.Report all fires. Don’t use sawdust to absorb oil spills.Don’t use sawdust to absorb oil spills. Put rubbish in bins.Put rubbish in bins. Go2 offers FREE Training in Fire Prevention for all employeesGo2 offers FREE Training in Fire Prevention for all employees
EXIT 17 Please continue... First Aid Go2 offers all employees FREE First Aid training. Go2 offers all employees FREE First Aid training.
EXIT 18 Please continue... Emergency Response Module 2 Emergency Procedures and Muster Points Familiarise yourself with the emergency procedures and muster points in you area of work.
EXIT 19 Please continue... Personal Protective Equipment Examples of Personal Protective Equipment use Headhelmets, sun hat, hair net etc Head - helmets, sun hat, hair net etc. Earsear muffs & plugs. Ears - ear muffs & plugs. Eyessafety glasses, goggles, face shields, welding masks etc Eyes - safety glasses, goggles, face shields, welding masks etc. Respiratory systemmasks & respirators Respiratory system - masks & respirators. Bodyaprons, overalls, jackets, wet weather gear etc Body - aprons, overalls, jackets, wet weather gear etc. Handsgloves and gauntlets. Hands - gloves and gauntlets. Legsleggings, spats, overalls. Legs - leggings, spats, overalls. Feetsafety boots & shoes. Feet - safety boots & shoes. Module 3
EXIT 20 Please continue... Isolation and Lockout Out of Service tags: OUT OF SERVICE Do Not Operate Out of Service tags are used to warn people that a piece of equipment is defective, but is not currently being worked on. Tags should be affixed at the isolators as an obvious control point. Tags can be affixed by anyone. Tags can only be removed by authorised, competent personnel. Tags protect machinery - not people. Check with your place of work to understand the out of service procedure. Print short description of fault to assist repairs. Print name.
EXIT 21 Please continue... Isolation and Lockout Personal Danger tags: Personal Danger tags are used to prevent the movement or operation of an isolation switch, valve or device, and protect the individual who has hung the tag. Tags should be affixed to the isolator. Isolators must not be operated whilst tags are affixed. Tag is placed on isolator by each person working in the area. Tag can only be removed by person whose name is on it. Check with your place of work to understand the personal danger tag procedure. Print Name Clearly
EXIT 22 Confined Space Go2 offers all employees with FREE Confined Space training Always Always read the permit before entering the confined space. Always Always sign-on to the permit before entering the confined space. Always Always sign-off the permit as you leave the confined space. Never Never enter a confined space until a Confined Space Entry Permit has been issued. Confined Space Entry Please continue... ENTRY PERMIT
EXIT 23 Please continue... Hot Work Permit Check with your place of work to make sure you understand their Hot Work Permit Procedure. Check with your place of work to make sure you understand their Hot Work Permit Procedure.
EXIT 24 Please continue... Working at Heights ONLY employees with Working at Heights training certificates can work at height: Go2 offers FREE training for employees in Working at Heights
EXIT 25 Please continue... Always Always switch off the electricity at the power source if work is stopped for any extended period of time. Never Never change electrodes with bare hands, wet gloves or while standing in water. Always Always check the area for smouldering material before leaving the area. Welding Safety Ensure Ensure adequate ventilation to disperse welding fumes and reduce heat build-up. Protect Protect yourself from radiation burns. Shield Shield others from weld flash by use of screens or barriers. Protect Protect cables and handpieces from damage to the insulation. Never Never touch any exposed portion of the electrode with any unprotected part of your body while standing on, or resting against the work being welded. Never Never completely loop welding or return cables around any part of the body. Use Use an insulating mat if you have to kneel on the work piece. Dispose Dispose of electrode stubs into metal bins. Attach Attach earth lead close to the welding site to reduce risk of damage from stray currents.
EXIT 26 Please continue... Oxy Safety Using Oxy and Acetylene Never store or locate cylinders: together;together; in a confined space;in a confined space; in front of the designated entry/exit point of a confined space;in front of the designated entry/exit point of a confined space; near the ventilation intake point for a confined space; ornear the ventilation intake point for a confined space; or laying down in the back of a ute.laying down in the back of a ute. Flashback arresters should be fitted at the regulators and non return valves at the torch connectors Always keep cylinders away from other sources of heat and flames;Always keep cylinders away from other sources of heat and flames; Store & transport cylinders standing vertically;Store & transport cylinders standing vertically; Restrain cylinders to prevent falling over; andRestrain cylinders to prevent falling over; and Shut off at the cylinders if left unattended.Shut off at the cylinders if left unattended.
EXIT 27 Pay day is Friday. Go2 Pay all casual staff on Fridays. Depending on your bank account, you may be lucky and get your pay on Thursday night sometimes but FRIDAY is pay day. Timesheets must be completed and submitted with approval before 12 noon on Monday. Otherwise you wont get paid until the following week. IMPORTANT CANDIDATE INFORMATION
EXIT 28 CANDIDATE CARE Depression and anxiety are issues many of us battle with. FIFO work can put a huge strain on the employees relationships. It is not something you should enter into lightly. More generally, the construction industry and life in general can get you down. Take the first step knowing that your employer is behind you. Go2 offer advice and counselling to all employees. You can access this free service by ing our confidential address This is monitored by the Directors of Go2 ONLY. We also recommend visiting the following sites when seeking assistance: Your health, both physical and mental is important to us.
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EXIT 30 General Induction This Concludes the Go2 WHS Induction WHS Induction Please complete the Multiple Choice Assessment.