Think safe. Act safe. Be safe. Supervisory Safety Leadership Best Safety Practice # 9 Identifying Job Hazards And PPE requirements
Think safe. Act safe. Be safe. Can you identify the hazardous condition in this picture? Identify the hazardous conditions below
Think safe. Act safe. Be safe. Can you identify any other hazards in this picture? That’s one ! This wet work surface is a hazard!
Think safe. Act safe. Be safe. Can you identify any other hazards in this picture? Name any other hazardous conditions below
Think safe. Act safe. Be safe. Yes, 2 more ! These cables and other items laying around are trip hazards and must be removed before work begins.
Think safe. Act safe. Be safe. Supervisory Safety Leadership Performing a JSA (Example) SEQUENCE OF JOB STEPSPOTENTIAL HAZARDSSAFE JOB PROCEDURE 1. Place the ladder in proper position 1. Falls from the ladder 1.Make sure base of ladder is stable. Get some-one to hold the ladder to insure stability 2. Step up on ladder2. Falls from the ladder 2.Maintain balance by holding onto back of ladder. Step up on ladder one rung at a time. 3.Retrieve item from stock shelve 3.Slipping from ladder Dropping stock item 3. Maintain firm grip on ladder while reaching item with other hand. Do not over-extend/reach. 4. Step down from ladder4.Slipping or falling from ladder 4.Step down slowly. If necessary hand item to another person. Move down one rung at a time. Maintain balance.
Think safe. Act safe. Be safe. Supervisor Best Safety Practice # Defined Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) per task Review jobs and hazards with your employees Establish what PPE is required for routine jobs Over time, develop establish, post, and communicate the “PPE Matrix” per job Cover annually in training “Expect the Unexpected” by anticipating hazards
Think safe. Act safe. Be safe. Supervisor Best Safety Practice # PPE Matrix Example JOB TASKHeadHandsArmTrunkBodyEyesFaceEarsLungsKneesFeetComments Cutting X X Gloves Driving X Wear seat belt Grinding X Safety glasses Handling blood X Latex gloves Handling corrosive chemicals (acids, bases) X XX X X Wear chemical apron and protective gloves for the chemical being handled (check MSDS), wear safety glasses; goggles or face shield for splash hazards; closed shoes Handling sheet metal X Cut resistant gloves; leather, Kevlar Handling strong cleaning agents X X Gloves and safety glasses Landscaping X Knee guards Welding X XX X Welding gloves, hood, leathers and respiratory protection as needed per exposure Working at construction sitesX X Hardhats, leather upper shoes (possibly steel-toed) Working at elevated locations X Fall protection equipment; harness, D ring, lanyard, 5000# attachment point