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Title: Safety in the Workplace


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Safety in the Workplace
Volunteer Training
  • Staff Development Emergency Operations

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Performance Objectives
  • Participants will understand the
  • meaning of security
  • Participants will understand chain of command
  • Participants will know how staff communicate
  • Participants will understand elements of key
  • control

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MEANING OF SECURITY
  • To prevent offenders or students from escaping.
  • To maintain peace and order within the facility.
  • To prevent injury to any person.

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Please review the following items which can be
found in a correctional facility.
Ask yourself, How could these items be used as a
threat to safety and security?
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Answer All the items can be altered and used in
a variety of ways to jeopardize safety and
security.
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Chain of Command
  • Connection between security communication
  • To function properly, someone has to be in charge
    at all times
  • This is necessary for both routine and crisis
    situations

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Ways for Correctional Staff to Communicate
Connection Between Security Communication
  • Interpersonal conversations
  • Telephones
  • Intercoms
  • Hand-held radios
  • Written correspondence (i.e. logs, reports)
  • Gestures, body language

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Elements of Key Control
  • Avoid dropping, never throw or slide keys along
    the floor
  • Know the number of keys in your possession
  • Keep facility keys secured

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Elements of Key Control
  • Know what locks all keys operate
  • Dont leave padlocks on hasps in an unlocked
    position
  • If a key is lost or broken verbally notify
    supervisor immediately and follow up with a
    written report
  • Know key control procedures
  • at your facility

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Congratulations! You have completed the module
on Safety in the Workplace.
Please review the module again if you have any
questions.
Staff Development Emergency Operations
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