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Title: MANAGEMENT/SUPERVISOR SAFETY TRAINING


1
MANAGEMENT/SUPERVISOR SAFETY TRAINING
2
TOP MANAGEMENT SHALL
  • Identify local OSH training requirements
    appropriate for personnel
  • Establish and implement a local written training
    plan for OSH and HAZCOM
  • Maintain local OSH
  • training records

3
TRAINING REQUIREMENTS FOR MANAGEMENT PERSONNEL
  • DOCs OSH PROGRAM
  • REVIEW OF DOCs POLICY ON ALL ASPECTS OF OSH
    PROGRAM
  • OSH PROGRAM GOALS AND OBJECTIVES TO ELIMINATE
    ACCIDENTS

4
ANALYSIS OF ACTIVITY PROGRAM OBJECTIVES AND GOALS
TO INCLUDE
  • Reduction of hazardous exposure
  • Effective training program
  • Plans and procedures for evaluation and
    improvement of safety program

5
PUBLIC LAW 91-596
  • WILLIAMS-STEIGER ACT OF 1970
  • REQUIRES SAFE AND HEALTHFUL WORKING ENVIRONMENT
  • REQUIRES EMPLOYERS AND EMPLOYEES TO FOLLOW SAFETY
    PROCEDURES

6
DOC POLICY
PROVIDE A SAFE AND HEALTHFUL WORKPLACE FOR ALL
PERSONNEL

7
DOC PROGRAM INCLUDES
  • COMPLIANCE WITH STANDARDS
  • ANNUAL OSH INSPECTIONS
  • ABATEMENT OF HAZARDS
  • PROCEDURES TO REPORT HAZARDS WITHOUT FEAR OF
    REPRISAL
  • OSH TRAINING
  • INVESTIGATIONS OF INJURIES
  • HEALTH SURVEILLANCE PROGRAMS
  • RESPONSIBILITIES OF ALL THOSE INVOLVED

8
DOC PROGRAM INCLUDES
  • COUNCILS AND COMMITTEES
  • SIGHT, HEARING AND PERSONAL PROTECTIVE EQUIPMENT
    PROGRAMS
  • ASBESTOS
  • RESPIRATORY PROTECTION
  • CONFINED SPACE PROGRAM
  • INFECTIOUS WASTE AND BLOOD BORNE PATHOGENS
  • CONTROL OF HAZARDOUS ENERGY (LOCKOUT/TAGOUT)

9
SAFETY TRAINING CLASSES
  • Blood-Borne Pathogens
  • Lockout/Tagout (Control of Hazardous Energy)
  • Confined Space Safety
  • Ergonomics/Back Injury Prevention
  • Lead Hazards
  • Supervisor Safety (Initial)
  • Supervisor Safety (Refresher)
  • Management Safety
  • Personal Protective Equipment
  • Asbestos Awareness
  • Hazardous Communication

10
SUPERVISORS RESPONSIBILITIES
  • INVESTIGATE AND REPORT INJURIES AND/OR ILLNESSES
  • CORRECT UNSAFE UNHEALTHFUL CONDITIONS
  • SET EXAMPLE
  • PREREQUISITES OF JOB
  • REVIEW PRECAUTIONS
  • ACKNOWLEDGE SAFE BEHAVIOR
  • PROVIDE PERSONAL PROTECTIVE EQUIPMENT

11
INDIVIDUAL RESPONSIBILITIES
  • COMPLY WITH DOC OSH REGS
  • REPORT WORKPLACE HAZARDS
  • REPORT TO SUPERVISOR INJURIES ILLNESSES OR
    PROPERTY DAMAGE RESULTING FROM ACCIDENT

12
HAZARD REPORTING
  • EMPLOYEES
  • ORAL REPORT TO SUPERVISOR
  • SUPERVISORS
  • KEEP EMPLOYEES INFORMED
  • FORM CD-351




13
DOC FORM CD-351 EMPLOYEE REPORT OF POSSIBLE
SAFETY/HEALTH HAZARD
  • MUST BE PUBLICIZED AND AVAILABLE
  • EMPLOYEES SUBMIT TO ASR OR RSM - MAY BE ANONYMOUS
  • ASR OR RSM LOGS IN
  • ACKNOWLEDGE RECEIPT TO ORIGINATOR
  • DISCUSS SERIOUSNESS
  • NOTIFY SUPERVISOR
  • INVESTIGATE
  • RESPOND BY WRITTEN REPORT WITHIN 15 DAYS OF
    RECEIPT

14
ALL EMPLOYEES HAVE THE RIGHT TO BE
  • INFORMED OF OSH HAZARDS
  • TRAINED IN SAFE AND HEALTHFUL WORK PRACTICES
  • PROTECTED FROM DANGEROUS OCCUPATIONAL SITUATIONS
    THAT COULD CAUSE HARM
  • PROTECTED FROM DISCRIMINATION AS A RESULT OF
    FILING A REPORT OF POSSIBLE SAFETY/HEALTH HAZARD
  • INFORMED ABOUT HAZARDOUS MATERIALS

15
ACCIDENT/INJURY AND ILLNESS REPORTING
  • DEFINITION OF AN INJURY
  • Any incident such as a cut, fracture, sprain,
    amputation, etc. which results from a work
    accident

16
ACCIDENT/INJURY AND ILLNESS REPORTING
  • DEFINITION OF AN ILLNESS
  • Any abnormal condition or disorder caused by
    exposure to environmental factors associated with
    employment. These may be caused by inhalation,
    absorption, ingestion or direct contact. In
    addition, it also includes repetitive trauma
    disorders.

17
ACCIDENT/INJURY AND ILLNESS REPORTING
  • If an injury or illness occurs at work
  • REPORT IT TO THE SUPERVISOR IMMEDIATELY
  • Every job related injury or illness must be
    reported to the supervisor as soon as possible

18
ACCIDENT/INJURY AND ILLNESS REPORTING
  • OBTAIN MEDICAL CARE
  • Before you obtain medical treatment ask the
    supervisor to authorize medical treatment by
    using form CA-16
  • If you require emergency care, take care of
    requirement this after you have been treated.

19
INVESTIGATING A MISHAP
  • WHO
  • WHAT
  • WHEN
  • WHERE
  • WHY

WHO? WHAT? WHEN...
20
ACCIDENT/INJURY AND ILLNESS REPORTING
  • FILE SAFETY INJURY/ILLNESS REPORT
  • For all injuries and illnesses, regardless of
    severity or loss of time, the supervisor should
    fill out the Form CD-137 Report of
    Accident/Illness and forward to Regional Safety
    Manager within SIX days.

21
ACCIDENT/INJURY AND ILLNESS REPORTING
  • CD-137
  • The Regional Safety Manager then uses information
    from the CD-137 for
  • 1) Reporting injuries and illnesses to NOAA and
    the Dept of Labor
  • 2) Establishing injury trends and recommending
    corrective actions.

22
ACCIDENT/INJURY AND ILLNESS REPORTING
  • FILE WRITTEN NOTICE
  • Obtain a Form CA-1 Federal Employees Notice of
    Traumatic Injury and Claim for Continuation of
    Pay/Compensation.
  • Fill out employees portion
  • Supervisor fills out his/her portion and forwards
    a copy to the Dept of Labor.

23
ACCIDENT/INJURY AND ILLNESS REPORTING
  • ADDRESS FOR FILING WITH THE DOL
  • U.S. DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCE
  • WORKERS COMPENSATION OPERATIONS CENTER
  • ROOM H5102 14TH AND CONSTITUTION AVENUE
  • WASHINGTON DC 20230

24
ACCIDENT/INJURY AND ILLNESS REPORTING
  • CA-1 is used for reporting injuries
  • CA-2 is used for reporting illnesses

25
ACCIDENT/INJURY AND ILLNESS REPORTING
  • OBTAIN RECEIPT OF NOTICE
  • A Receipt of Notice of Injury is attached to
    each Form CA-1 and CA-2. The supervisor should
    complete the receipt and return it to the
    employee for his/her personal records.

26
ACCIDENT/INJURY AND ILLNESS REPORTING
  • SUBMIT CLAIM FOR COP/LEAVE AND/OR COMPENSATION
    FOR WAGE LOSS
  • If disabled due to traumatic injury, you may
    claim COP not to exceed 45 calendar days or use
    your own leave.
  • A claim for COP must be submitted no later than
    30 days following the injury.

27
COUNCILS AND COMMITTEES
  • The DOC established an OSH Council that conforms
    to EO 12196 and 29 CFR 1960.
  • The DOC OSH Council was established under
    provisions of DAO 209-4. This council is chaired
    by the Designated Agency OSH official and follow
    the guidelines set forth in the next slide.

28
OSH COUNCILS
  • THREE BASIC FUNCTIONS
  • CREATE AND MAINTAIN AN ACTIVE INTEREST IN SAFETY
  • SERVE AS A MEANS OF COMMUNICATIONS
    REGARDING SAFETY
  • PROVIDE PROGRAM ASSISTANCE TO MANAGERS,
    INCLUDING PROPOSING POLICY AND PROGRAM OBJECTIVES

29
WHAT IS ERGONOMICS?
ERGONOMICS - The study of the design of work in
relation to the physiological and psychological
capabilities of people (matching the work place
to the worker.)
30
SCOPE OF ERGONOMIC INJURIES
  • CUMULATIVE TRAUMA DISORDERS (CTDS) are health
    disorders arising from repeated biomechanical
    stress.
  • CTD involves damage to the tendons, tendon
    sheaths, related bones, muscles, and nerves of
  • Hands, wrists, elbows, shoulders, neck, back.

31
MORE FREQUENTLY OCCURRING OCCUPATIONALLY INDUCED
DISORDERS
  • CARPEL TUNNEL SYNDROME
  • EPICONDYLITIS (TENNIS ELBOW)
  • TENDINITIS
  • TENOSYNOVITIS (INFLAMMATION OF
  • TENDON SHEATH)
  • SYNOVITIES (INFLAMMATION OF THE LUBRICATING FLUID
    OF THE JOINTS)
  • STENOSING TENOSYNOVITIS OF THE FINGERS
    (INFLAMMATION OF TENDON Sheath)
  • LOW BACK PAIN

32
SOME POTENTIAL INDICATORS/SYMPTOMS OF CTDS
  • Trends in accidents and injuries
  • Incidents of CTD
  • Absenteeism
  • High turnover rate
  • Working conditions noted by people with
    disabilities
  • Complaints about muscle-skeleton pain
  • High overtime and increased work rate
  • Manual material handling/repetitive motion task
  • Poor product quality

33
ADMINISTRATIVE CONTROLS
  • Controls such as
  • Rotating employees to jobs with dissimilar
    physical requirements
  • Establishing work/rest schedules
  • Training employees to use appropriate work
    methods when engineering controls are not feasible

34
ENGINEERING TECHNIQUES
  • Engineering techniques are the preferred
    mechanism for controlling ergonomic hazards.
    This may entail redesigning the work station,
    work methods, and

tools to reduce the demands of the job, such as
exertion, repetition, and awkward positions.
35
RESPIRATOR REFERENCES
  • 29 CFR 1910.134
  • DOC OSH Manual Chapter 14


36
CONFINED SPACE REFERENCES
  • 29 CFR 1910.146
  • DOC OSH MANUAL CHAPTER 16

37
CONFINED SPACE ENTRY POLICY
ALL PERSONNEL ARE PROHIBITED FROM ENTERING OR
WORKING ON OR IN, OR PERFORMING HOT WORK
ADJACENT TO ANY COMPARTMENT, TANK VOID OR OTHER
CONFINED SPACE UNTIL SUCH TIME AS THE SPACE HAS
BEEN TESTED, INSPECTED AND CERTIFIED AS SAFE BY
THE QUALIFIED PERSON PERFORMING THE TEST.
38
TOTAL FEDERAL EMPLOYMENT COMPENSATION AGENCY
(FECA) COSTS
  • 475,000,000 POSTAL SERVICE
  • 262,000,000 NAVY
  • 161,000,000 ARMY
  • 131,000,000 VETERAN AFFAIRS
  • 114,000,000 AIR FORCE
  • 4,000,000 NOAA

39
HOW TO GET PEOPLE BACK TO WORK
  • JOB ENGINEERING
  • LIGHT DUTY
  • RETRAIN
  • FIND JOBS IN OTHER AREAS
  • CHANGE ATTITUDE OF SUPERVISORS TOWARD INJURED
    EMPLOYEES

40
OFFICE SAFETY FACTS
  • GREATEST NUMBER OF INJURIES, IN THE OFFICE
    SETTING, COME FROM SLIPS, TRIPS, AND FALLS.
  • RECENTLY, THEY ACCOUNTED FOR 64 OF ALL OFFICE
    ACCIDENTS.

41
TOP 10 VIOLATED STANDARDSSafety and Health
Magazine dtd Dec 2001
  • Scaffolding Construction
  • (29 CFR 1926.451)
  • Fall Protection Construction
  • (29 CFR 1926.501)
  • Hazard Communication
  • 29 CFR 1910.1200)
  • Control of Hazardous Energy (Lockout/Tagout)
  • 29 CFR 1910.147)
  • Machine Guarding General
  • (29 CFR 1910.212
  • Respiratory Protection
  • (29 CFR 1910.134)
  • Electrical Wiring Methods
  • 29 CFR 1910.305
  • Mechanical Power
  • (29 CFR 1910.219)
  • Powered Industrial Trucks
  • (29 CFR 1910.178)
  • Excavations
  • (29 CFR 1926.651)

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POINTS OF CONTACT
  • DOC/NOAA Eastern Administrative Support Center
  • 200 Granby Street, Room 815
  • Norfolk Federal Building
  • Norfolk VA 23510
  • Regional Safety Manager - (757) 441-6448
  • Environmental Officer - (757) 441-6298
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