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1 Safety & Sanitation TM1 OSHA Congress passed the Occupational Health and Safety Act in 1970 OSHA Occupational Safety and Health Act

2 Safety & Sanitation TM2 OSHA A government agency, housed in the U.S. Dept. of Labor, which regulates and monitors employee safety in the workplace. OSHA Occupational Safety and Health Act OSHA Occupational Safety and Health Act

3 Safety & Sanitation TM3 OSHA Created to: – “assure safe and healthful working conditions for working men and women” – To protect employees from injury OSHA Occupational Safety and Health Act

4 Safety & Sanitation TM4 OSHA - developed a set of guidelines called the Hazard Communication Standard (HCS). OSHA Occupational Safety and Health Act

5 Safety & Sanitation TM5 OSHA -Compliance with these guidelines is mandatory in every business, in every state, and is based on the principle that employees have the “Right to Know” when they are in a situation that could be a health hazard. OSHA Occupational Safety and Health Act

6 Safety & Sanitation TM6 OSHA - The HCS places responsibility on the companies that manufacture hazardous materials and on the employer. OSHA Occupational Safety and Health Act

7 Safety & Sanitation TM7 OSHA Guidelines - Manufacturers are required to label their chemicals clearly and apply warnings if the chemical is flammable, corrosive, or poisonous.

8 Safety & Sanitation TM8 OSHA Guidelines - Manufacturers must also provide an MSDS (Material Safety Data Sheet) for every chemical. OSHA Guidelines

9 Safety & Sanitation TM9 MSDS Material Safety Data Sheet Includes 8 sections:

10 Safety & Sanitation TM10 1) Manufacturer Information MSDS Material Safety Data Sheet

11 Safety & Sanitation TM11 2) Hazard Ingredients/ Identity Information MSDS Material Safety Data Sheet

12 Safety & Sanitation TM12 3) Physical/ Chemical Characteristics MSDS Material Safety Data Sheet

13 Safety & Sanitation TM13 4) Fire and Explosion Hazard Data MSDS Material Safety Data Sheet

14 Safety & Sanitation TM14 5) Reactivity Data MSDS Material Safety Data Sheet

15 Safety & Sanitation TM15 6) Health Hazard Data MSDS Material Safety Data Sheet

16 Safety & Sanitation TM16 7) Precautions for Safe Handling and Use MSDS Material Safety Data Sheet

17 Safety & Sanitation TM17 8) Control Measures MSDS Material Safety Data Sheet

18 Safety & Sanitation TM18 All businesses are required to comply with OSHA safety standards and laws and are subject to large fines if they fail to comply.

19 Safety & Sanitation TM19 Animal injuries: bites, kicking, scratches Physical Hazards

20 Safety & Sanitation TM20 Back injuries: improperly lifting heavy objects or animals Physical Hazards

21 Safety & Sanitation TM21 Falls on wet floors Physical Hazards

22 Safety & Sanitation TM22 Exposure to x-rays Physical Hazards

23 Safety & Sanitation TM23 Chemical Hazards Many hazardous chemicals are routinely used in veterinary hospitals.

24 Safety & Sanitation TM24 Drugs Cleaning agents Insecticides Anesthetic gases Chemical Hazards

25 Safety & Sanitation TM25 Living tissue and organisms Blood Urine Live vaccines Biological Hazards

26 Safety & Sanitation TM26 Medical waste that has had contact with living tissue (urine soaked blankets, bandage material, etc.) Biological Hazards

27 Safety & Sanitation TM27 Needles and scalpels “Sharps” Biological Hazards

28 Safety & Sanitation TM28 Zoonotic Hazards Viruses Rabies (Hydrophobia) Sleeping Sickness (Encephalitis)

29 Safety & Sanitation TM29 Bacteria Cat Scratch Fever Leptospirosis Salmonellosis Brucellosis Anthrax Tuberculosis Zoonotic Hazards

30 Safety & Sanitation TM30 Parasites Sarcoptic mange Toxoplasmosis Visceral Larva Migrans (Toxocariasis) Creeping Eruption (Ancylostomiasis) Zoonotic Hazards

31 Safety & Sanitation TM31 Fungus Ringworm Zoonotic Hazards

32 Safety & Sanitation TM32 Safety Signs & Equipment Danger

33 Safety & Sanitation TM33 Radioactive Safety Signs & Equipment

34 Safety & Sanitation TM34 Biohazard Safety Signs & Equipment

35 Safety & Sanitation TM35 Wet Floor Safety Signs & Equipment

36 Safety & Sanitation TM36 Dosimeter Safety Signs & Equipment

37 Safety & Sanitation TM37 Lead Gloves Safety Signs & Equipment

38 Safety & Sanitation TM38 Lead Apron Safety Signs & Equipment

39 Safety & Sanitation TM39 Back Brace Safety Signs & Equipment

40 Safety & Sanitation TM40 Drug Schedules Schedule I: no medical use high abuse Heroin Psilocybin Methaqualone LSD Peyote Marijuana HashishHash Oil amphetamine variants

41 Safety & Sanitation TM41 Drug Schedules Schedule II: accepted medical use high abuse Dilaudid Demerol Methadone Cocaine PCP Morphine Cannabis Amphetamine Barbiturate

42 Safety & Sanitation TM42 Drug Schedules Schedule III: accepted medical use medium abuse Opium Vicodan Tylenol w/codeine Narcotic Amphetamine Barbiturate

43 Safety & Sanitation TM43 Drug Schedules Schedule IV: accepted medical use low abuse Darvocet Xanax Valium Halcyon Ambien Ativan Barbiturate

44 Safety & Sanitation TM44 Drug Schedules Schedule V: accepted medical use very low abuse Lomotil Phenergan liquid suspensions

45 Safety & Sanitation TM45 Cleaning - physically removing all visible signs of dirt and organic matter such as feces, blood, hair, etc. Types of Sanitation

46 Safety & Sanitation TM46 Disinfecting - destroying most microorganisms on nonliving things by physical or chemical means Types of Sanitation

47 Safety & Sanitation TM47 Sterilizing - destroying ALL microorganisms and viruses on an object using chemicals and/or heat under pressure Types of Sanitation

48 Safety & Sanitation TM48 Antiseptics -solutions that destroy microorganisms or inhibit their growth on living tissue Types of Sanitation

49 Safety & Sanitation TM49 Alcohols ethyl alcohol isopropyl alcohol ethanol Commonly Used Chemicals

50 Safety & Sanitation TM50 Aldehydes gluteraldehyde formaldehyde Commonly Used Chemicals

51 Safety & Sanitation TM51 Chlorine bleach Commonly Used Chemicals

52 Safety & Sanitation TM52 Iodine and Iodophors Betadine Iodine Commonly Used Chemicals

53 Safety & Sanitation TM53 Quaternary Ammonias Centrimide Quatsyl-D Commonly Used Chemicals

54 Safety & Sanitation TM54 Physical Cleaning using a chemical with a mop or sponge Methods of Sanitation

55 Safety & Sanitation TM55 Cold Sterilization soaking items in a disinfectant chemical until they are used Methods of Sanitation

56 Safety & Sanitation TM56 Dry Heat incinerating an object or exposing it to flame Methods of Sanitation

57 Safety & Sanitation TM57 Radiation using ultraviolet or gamma rays Methods of Sanitation

58 Safety & Sanitation TM58 Filtration removing particles from the air using a physical barrier Methods of Sanitation

59 Safety & Sanitation TM59 Ultrasound passing high frequency sound waves through a solution to create a vibration that scrubs an object to remove debris Methods of Sanitation

60 Safety & Sanitation TM60 Autoclave a sealed chamber in which objects are exposed to heat and steam under pressure Methods of Sanitation


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