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1 Ikijen Health im Safety Occupational Health and Safety Training in ar funded jen part in OSHA Susan Harwood Grant SH SH3

2 Northwest Arkansas Workers' Justice Center The Center is a non-profit organization that supports workers in labor disputes. Our purpose is to educate, organize, and mobilize our community to improve working conditions. Main Focus Areas: Wage Theft Health and Safety Violations Workers' Compensation Discrimination

3 Northwest Arkansas Workers Justice Center  Center in ej non-profit organization eo ej jutak ilkin ri- jerbal ro ilo mon jerbal ko. Kotabar eo am ej non katakin, jiban koba e aolep rijerbal ro, im jiban komman bwe en wor oktak ko ilo jukjukin bed in ilo adwoj kokoman lok kilen im wawein bwe jikin jerbal ko ren emman lok aer komman nan ri-jerbal ro aer: Area ko jenaj focus ie: Wage Theft (ilo aer koot e awa ko) Violations ko ikijen Health & Safety Worker’s Compensation (Jorran ko rej walok ilo jikin jerbal) Discrimination (kalikjiklok)

4 JIMWE IM MARON KO AN RI- JERBAL RO WORKER’S RIGHTS

5 Know Your Rights The DOL has 29 Divisions Some of the divisions are: Wage and Hour Worker’s Compensation Mine Safety and Health Administration (MSHA) OSHA Jela Maron ko am: Ewor 29 Division ko ilo DOL Jet ian divisions ko: Ikijen aer koot e awa ko Ikijen joraan jen jikin jerbal Ikijen Mine Safety im Health Administration (MSHA) Ikijen OSHA

6 What is OSHA? / Ta in OSHA? OSHA is a division of the DOL and was created in 1970 Enforces safety regulations in the workplace Workers have the right to a safe and healthy workplace OSHA ej juon ian division ko ilo DOL eo ar ejak ilo 1970 Ej bok eddron kakien ko ikijen safety ilo jikin jerbal ko Ri-jerbal ro ewor aer maron im jerbal ilo jikin jerbal eo ejmour im e safe

7 Why Health and Safety? / Ta unin Health im Safety?

8 Worker Rights/ Jimwe im Maron an ri-Jerbal 1.Right to a safe and healthy workplace Maron non jerbal ilo jikin jerbal eo e safe im healthy

9 Worker Rights/ Jimwe im Maron an ri-Jerbal 2.Right to receive information maron non am bok aolep melele ko

10 Worker Rights/ Jimwe im Maron an Ri-Jerbal 3.Right to receive training maron in bok training ko

11 Worker Rights/ Jimwe Im Maron an ri-Jerbal 4.Right to request that a dangerous situation be changed, to file complaints, and to participate in the process Maron non kajjitok kauwotata ko ren jako, non file complaints ko im bed ilo process eo

12 Worker Rights/ Jimwe im Maron ri-Jerbal 5. Right to be protected against retaliation including whistleblower protection File a complaint within 30 days maron non kojparok e yuk ikijen retaliation einwot whistleblower protection Aikuj file complaint ion 30 raan

13 OSHA Functions 1. Write and enforce health and safety rules 2. Make sure employers and workers receive training 3. Workplace inspections 4. Fine employers 5. Whistleblower Protection Ta ko OSHA ej kommane 1. Je im loor kakien ko an health im safety 2. Lukun lale bwe jikin jerbal eo kab ri-jerbal ro ren bok training ko 3. Komman inspections ko ilo jikin jerbal ko 4. Fine e jikin jerbal ko 5. Bobrae ro rej komman complaint

14 OSHA Complaints / Non am file e OSHA complaints Current worker Worker could ask his/her name be confidential Worker could be represented by the Union or other worker representative Kwoj aikuj in jerbal ien ne kwoj file Ri-jerbal eo emaron kajjitok bwe en jab kwalok etan Union eo ak juon ian representative ro remaron represent e ri-jerbal eo

15 MEN KO RAKAUWOTATA HAZARDS IDENTIFICATION

16 Workplaces and Hazards / Jikin jerbal kab kauwotata What is your occupation? Have you ever had an injury due to your job? Ta jerbal eo am? Kwe nain ke jorran kon jerbal eo am?

17 Hazard Identification / Kilen lale Kauwotata ko Hazard mapping Body mapping Safety Data Sheets Interviews Surveys Reports Machine user’s guide Map in Kauwotata ko Enbwine mapping Safety Data Sheets ko Interviews ko Surveys ko Reports ko Machine user’s guide eo

18 Types in kauwotata ko: Hazards include heavy machinery, electric or sharp objects, and objects that can fall or that operate at high speed. Men ko rakauwotata einwot machinery ko reddo, jarom ak men ko rakkan, im men ko remaron wotlok ak men ko elap aer mokaj Kauwotata ko ilo jikin jerbal eo jejela kaki

19 Types in kauwotata ko: Other hazards include lifting heavy objects, ergonomic issues from repetitive motion, fire, heights from which falls are possible, and confined spaces without adequate ventilation. Bar jet ian men ko rakauwotata ej kotak men ko reddo,ergonomic issues ko, kijak, men ko remaron wotlak, im ijo edrik melwan. Kauwotata ko ilo jikin jerbal eo jejela kaki

20 Kauwotata ko ikijen Physical: Physical hazards can cause sickness when energy transfers from an object to a person. This type of hazard is divided into four primary categories: radiation, cold, heat, and noise. Kauwotata physical emaron komman naninmej ne energey ej transfers jen object eo non armij. Kain kakauwotata rot in ej ewor eman mottan ko: ikijen radiation, molo,bwil, im anikien. Kauwotata ko jela kake ilo jikin jerbal

21 Types of Hazards to Health: Chemical The chemical hazards to your health can enter your body in the following ways: inhalation, ingestion, absorption, and through cuts or wounds in your skin. Chemicals show up in the following forms: Solid (dry paint with lead), Powder (bags of cement, asbestos), Liquid (ammonia, chlorine, sulfur), Vapors (pesticides or cleaning products), Gases (smoke, aerosol, carbon monoxide). It is very important to wear protective equipment while using chemicals. Make sure you have gloves and a protective mask for breathing. Ask your employer for information about chemicals at your workplace (Safety Data Sheets - SDSs, formerly called MSDS). Common Hazards at Work

22 Types in kauwotata non ejmour: Chemical Chemical kauwotata non ejmour eo am remaron relon ilo enbwinum ilo jet ian waween kain: menono,woronlok men ko,bejlok ilo kilum, im ilo mjumju ko ak enbwinum ilo an bellok kinej ko ie. Chemical ko rej walok ilo lajraak in: Pen (Uno ko remore), Bunal (bags in cement,asbestos), Dan (ammonia,chorine,sulfur), Menokadu (pesticides ak kain karreo ko), Kiaj ( baat, aerosol, carbon monoxide.) Elukun aurok konak equipment ko rej bobrae ilo am kejerbal chemicals. Akuij bwe kwon konak gloves im kain bobare e am emonono. Kajjitok ibben jikin jerbal eo am kon melele in chemicals ko ilo jikin jerbal eo am. Kauwotata ko ilo jikin jerbal ko jejela kaki

23 Types of Hazards to Health: Biological The biological hazards are living organisms that can wound or sicken you at work. The contact with organisms can happen through: exposure to animals or animal waste, insects or rats that can transmit diseases, contact with sick people, needles and syringes that can transmit serious diseases, and plants that can alter your immune system. Common Hazards at Work

24 Types in kauwotata non ejmour: Biological Biological kauwotata ko rej menin mour ko remaron komman am kinej ak komman am naninmej e ilo jikin jerbal eo. Kwomaron bok naninmej ilo: am bed turin menin mour ko, ak kain kabojak ko an menin mour ko, menin mour jdrik ko, kijdrik ko remaron kamakuit transmit disease ko, am bed turin ri-naninmej ro, needle ko im eboj ko men remaron komman transmit disease ko elap aer kauwotata, im men in edok ko remaron komman an joraan immune system eo am. Kauwotata ko ilo jikin jerbal jejela kaki

25 Other possible hazards include violence and stress in the workplace that can cause psychological injuries. Bar jet ian kauwotata ko jet ej violence im mok ilo jikin jerbal eo emaron komman psychological injuries.

26 MAPPING RISKS AND DANGERS Exercise: Ilo 3 waan juon group Kwalok ia ko emaron ewor kauwotata ie ilo mon wia ko (ak jikin jerbal eo am, ne aolep rej jerbal ie) Ta eo kotan kauwotata kab ejmour, kauwotata non safety, kab exposure non chemicals.

27 Hazards Control (In order of effectiveness) First - Elimination or substitution Engineering controls Changing a machine or work environment Work practices Changing how or when the job is done Administrative controls Training on how to perform tasks, breaks, shifts Last line of control: Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) It’s the least protective

28 Kilen control e kauwotata ko (Lajraak eo jenaj loor e) Jinoin – Jolok ak ukok e Engineering controls ko Ukot e machine eo ak ijo kwoj jerbal ie Kilen jerbal e Ukot e kilen ak naat jerbal eo ej moj Administrative controls Tranining ikijen kilen komman e, breaks e kab shifts e Eliktata line in control ej: Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) Ej men eo ekiltata

29 Hazard Controls on the Maps Now we are going to see how many controls we can implement for the hazards maps made by the groups. Let’s think which controls should come first, and which ones last. Let’s think how workers can work together to improve the safety in their workplaces

30 Kilen controls e men ko rakauwotata ilo Maps eo Kio jenaj lale jete controls ko jemaron loor e ilo hazards maps in jar komman eniwot group. Jen kemenlokjen controls ta eo ej itok moktata, kab eo ej itok elkitata. Jen kemenlokjen elmen kilen an ri-jerbal ro jerbal ibben droon non kokoman lok jikin jerbal ko aer

31 What can you do to make your workplace safer? Possible ways to take action: Organize actions in solidarity with other workers Collective bargaining File OSHA complaints Form a workers’ health and safety committee Enforce the law!!

32 Ta eo kwoj aikuj in komman e bwe en jab kauwotata jikin jerbal eo am? Jet ian wawin ko non komman oktak: Kommon oktak ilo am ibben droon ibben ri-jerbal ro jet Kommon kon ibben jikin jerbal eo File e ambnono ibben OSHA Ejak e workers’ health im safety committee Loor kakien ko!!

33 OSHA The General Duty Clause Standards NLRA - National Labor Relations Act To require negotiation with the employer The right to act collectively The right to refuse to do dangerous work Use the laws that protect you at work

34 OSHA Kakien ko ikijen General Duty Clause Kakien ko ikijen Standards ko NLRA-Kakien ko ikijen Labor Relations Act Non kommon kon ibben jikin jerbal eo Maron non Maron non komman e jerbal ko rakauwotata Kejerbal kakien ko non bobrae yuk ilo jikin jerbal

35 Environmental Laws Pure Air Act Pure Water Act Surface Transportation Assistance Act Hazardous Waste Control Act State Laws Arkansas Chemical Right to Know Act Labor Laws Use the laws that protect you at work

36 Kakien ko ikijen Environmental Kakien ko ikijen Mejatoto Kakien ko ikijen Dren Kakien ko ikijen Surface Tansportation Assistance Kakien ko ikijen Hazardous Waste Control Kakien ko an State Kakien eo an Arkansas ikijen Chemical Right to Know Act Kakien ko ikijen Labor Kejerbal kakien ko non bobare yuk ilo jikin jerbal

37 Thank you! Kommol!

38 Disclaimer Material was developed by IWJ funded in whole or in part with federal funds from the Occupational Safety and Health Administration, U.S. Department of Labor, under Susan Harwood grant SH24883SH3. These materials do not necessarily reflect the views or policies of the U.S. Department of Labor, nor does mention of trade names, commercial products, or organizations imply endorsement by the U.S. Government. Curriculum in ar maron in dredrelok jen jdrik in fund jen Interfaith Worker Justice im bareinwot federal funds jen Occupational Safety im Health Administration, U.S. Department eo an Labor, umin Susan Harwood grant numba SH24883SH3. Material kain rejjab bok jikin view ak policies ko an U.S. Department eo an Labor, bareinwot ejjab ba etan trade name, commercial products ko, ak doulul ko rej endorse jen Kien eo an U.S.


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