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Title: HEALTH AND SAFETY INDUCTION Kevin Maguire Health and Safety Officer


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HEALTH AND SAFETYINDUCTIONKevin
MaguireHealth and Safety Officer
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TRAINING TOPICS
  • FIRE
  • ACCIDENT / INCIDENT REPORTING
  • FIRST AID
  • DUTIES OF EMPLOYEES
  • HEALTH AND SAFETY SIGNS
  • UNSAFE WORKING PRACTICES
  • SLIP, TRIPS, FALLS
  • ELECTRICAL SAFETY
  • RISK ASSESSMENTS
  • EYE SIGHT TEST PROCEDURE
  • POINTS OF NOTE
  • HEALTH AND SAFETY POLICY
  • HS INFORMATION ON THE INTRANET

3
FIRE
  • FIRE DRILL
  • Ensure Students (and yourselves) know fire drill
  • See Fire drill presentation (intranet)
  • Alarm is continuous siren sound
  • Sounders have light attached which flash for
    those with hearing impairment
  • Alarm tested every Friday
  • Easterhouse 1400hrs Haghill 1000hrs
  • Fire evacuation test (at least 2 every term)

4
FIRE
  • LECTURERS (in Fire Plan)
  • Ensure students familiarise themselves with fire
    evacuation information
  • Remain with lecturer
  • Report for class roll at Assembly point
  • - Blue fire notices in each room
  • - Nearest exit
  • - Keep escape routes free from obstruction at
    all times
  • - Do not use lifts
  • - Do not double park (Haghill) on road at
    entrance may block Fire Engine
  • Take register to nearest Assembly point
  • Advise Fire Evacuation Controller / Fire Marshal
    if any students at Fire Refuge area
  • Call Register and report to Fire Marshal
  • Having advised that all students accounted for
    (and any visitors)

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FIRE
  • MOBILITY IMPAIRED STUDENTS
  • Mobility impaired personnel are required to
    complete a PEEP (Personal Emergency Evacuation
    Plan)
  • A PEEP must be carried out for any Student /
    Visitor or Member of staff who have mobility
    problems or have difficulty vacating the building
    in the event of a Fire or Fire drill
  • PEEPS
  • Identify if wheelchair user
  • Identify assistance (e.g. support workers)
  • Features or equipment to assist the evacuation
  • E.g. Fire evacuation chair
  • Includes a plan for lunch and breaks
  • Completed daily

6
FIRE
  • IF YOU DISCOVER A FIRE
  • Actuate break glass point to operate alarm system
  • Only fight fire if trained (dont attempt if
    alone)
  • Close door where fire located
  • Switch off all electrical appliances if safe to
    do so
  • Evacuate

7
FIRE
  • FIRE EXTINGUISHERS
  • Most common on campuses are
  • Water Solid material, e.g. wood, paper
  • Carbon Dioxide Electrical
  • - Also Chemical, Fire blankets in
  • food preparation areas
  • Report intentional or unintentional discharges
  • Portable fire extinguishers not to be moved
  • Should be beside luminous user guide

Water
Carbon Dioxide (CO2)
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ACCIDENT / INCIDENT REPORTING
  • All accidents and near misses are to be reported
  • Accident / Incident / Violent Incident / Hazard /
    Near Miss Report Form held at reception
  • Supervisor or lecturer are to record action taken
    to prevent recurrence
  • Assistance of HSO where required
  • Near misses are to be reported in the same way
  • This is to ensure action is taken to prevent
    accident

9
ACCIDENT / INCIDENT REPORTING
  • ACCIDENT REPORTING PROCEDURES
  • First Aider completes (when required to attend at
    scene)
  • Accident / Incident / Violent Incident / Hazard /
    Near Miss Report Form (not action taken by dept)
  • Accident Book BI 510 accidents that have
    resulted in injury (not near misses, illness
    non RIDDOR)
  • First Aider then submits
  • Accident / Incident Etc Report Form to 3
    addressees
  • - HSO, HR, Dep Principal (1 remains on site)
  • Accident Book BI 510 sheet to Dep Principal or
    HSO

10
ACCIDENT / INCIDENT REPORTING
  • ACCIDENT REPORTING PROCEDURES (cont)
  • Supervisor or lecturer takes following action
  • Completes Accident / Incident Etc Report Form
    segment Action Proposed to Prevent Recurrence
  • - when received via the LM chain (Dep
    Principal)
  • Forwards this to HSO
  • HSO takes the following action
  • On receipt of his copy of Accident / Incident Etc
    Report Form
  • - If appropriate, report under RIDDOR regs and
    carry out investigation
  • - Assist in any investigation if requested for
    all other accidents
  • Complete part 4 of Accident Book BI 510
  • Documents all accidents / near misses and
    monitors for potential trends

11
FIRST AID
  • FIRST AID PROVISION
  • First Aid Personnel
  • On First Aid notice signs throughout campuses
  • Reception each campus
  • First Aid boxes
  • Various locations throughout the campuses
  • Signage in rooms identify nearest
  • First Aid Rooms in both campuses
  • Defibrillators held at Reception each campus

12
DUTIES OF EMPLOYEES
  • HEALTH AND SAFETY AT WORK ACT
  • To take reasonable care for the health and safety
    of themselves and other persons who may be
    affected by their acts or omissions
  • To co-operate with the employer to enable the
    duty or requirement to be performed
  • Not to intentionally or recklessly interfere with
    or misuse anything provided in the interests of
    health and safety
  • e.g. Fire extinguishers, first aid boxes

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DUTIES OF EMPLOYEES
  • MANAGEMENT OF HEALTH AND SAFETY AT WORK
  • REGULATIONS
  • Use machinery, equipment, safety devices etc. in
    accordance with training and instruction
  • Inform employer
  • Any work situation for which there is a serious
    and immediate danger to health and safety
  • Any shortcoming in the employers protection
    arrangements for health and safety

14
HEALTH AND SAFETY SIGNS
  • Classification
  • Prohibition Fire Equipment
  • Hazard Safe Condition
  • Mandatory
  • Examples of HS Signage

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UNSAFE WORKING PRACTICES
  • All dangerous Working Practices are to be
  • reported
  • Immediately
  • Via Line Manager, Reception Staff, Directly to
    HSM or HSO
  • (Examples of dangerous occurrences and
  • near misses in other workplaces on next few
  • slides)

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SLIPS, TRIPS, FALLS
  • STATS
  • Single largest cause of major injuries at work
    (36)
  • Account for 23 of over 3 day injuries
  • Most falls are slips or trips at floor level
    not high places
  • Single biggest cause of serious injuries to
    people who work in Education

22
SLIPS, TRIPS, FALLS
  • GOOD HOUSEKEEPING
  • Clean up spills
  • No trailing cables
  • Miscellaneous rubbish
  • keep areas clear
  • Rugs / mats securely fixed
  • Poor lighting
  • Keep drawers closed
  • Awareness
  • INSTRUCTION
  • Awareness to be instructed to students
  • More specific for higher risk areas (risk
    assessed)
  • Kitchen, Construction, Art, Hairdressing

23
ELECTRICAL SAFETY
  • All electrical equipment PAT tested
  • Get registered via Estates
  • Faulty equipment
  • Switch off power
  • Report to supervisor
  • Ensure clearly labelled and removed from use

24
RISK ASSESSMENTS
  • Examples of Specific / Generic Risk
  • Assessments
  • Display Screen Equipment (DSE) Hazard sheet
    handout
  • Manual Handling
  • NB Fold away trolleys can be accessed via Stores
    and spares are held in staff common rooms for
    easy access
  • Return to Work (LM / HSO)
  • Pregnancy (HSO)
  • Stress (HSO)

25
EYE SIGHT TEST PROCEDURES
  • Procedure can be assessed in Personnel Services
    contained within Policies and Procedures on the
    Intranet
  • Good evidence that work with DSE does not cause
    any permanent damage to eyes or eye sight
  • Complaints of temporary discomfort, eye strain
    and headaches are common
  • Users with existing uncorrected vision defects
    are more likely to suffer fatigue and stress in
    DSE work
  • Eye tests and corrective appliances are intended
    to be a means of alleviating such problems

26
POINTS OF NOTE
  • Specific health and safety information / training
    is provided relative to new employees post and
    location
  • Management and Staff have a responsibility to
    implement the Health and Safety Policy
  • Health and Safety Committee details in Policy
  • Health and safety representatives (including
    Trade Union representatives) details in Policy
  • Raise issues with management on behalf of staff
  • Submit health and safety issues to Health and
    Safety Committee
  • Participate in health and safety inspections

27
POINTS OF NOTE
  • PPE
  • New employees issued with PPE relative to their
    post
  • Purpose of equipment and duty to use it are to be
    explained (and documented)
  • Defective equipment to be reported and
    arrangements to obtain replacement
  • No Smoking Policy
  • Criminal offence to smoke within College
    buildings and outreach Centre buildings used by
    the college
  • Stress at Work
  • Via personnel, Union Rep, Direct

28
HEALTH AND SAFETY POLICYHEALTH AND SAFETY
POLICY STATEMENT (All new entrants receive
before commencing employment)
  • Risk Assessments
  • Safe Plant and Equipment
  • Safe Handling and Use of Substances
  • Information, Instruction and Supervision
  • Competency / Training
  • Accidents / First Aid
  • Monitoring
  • Emergency Procedures
  • HS Policy Statement
  • Responsibilities
  • Organisation Chart
  • HS Meetings
  • Safety Representatives
  • Safety Inspections
  • Duties of Employees
  • Duties of Contractors

29
HS INFORMATION ON INTRANET
  • STUDENTS
  • Fire Drill
  • Students / Health and Safety / Fire Drill
    Presentation
  • HS Policy Statement
  • Students / Health and Safety / Policy Statement
    on HS at Work
  • First Aid
  • Students / Health and Safety / First Aid
  • General Safety Guidelines
  • Students / Health and Safety / General Safety
    Guidelines

30
HS INFORMATION ON INTRANET
  • STAFF
  • Under Staff / Policies and Procedures / Health
    and Safety Policies
  • COSHH Management System
  • Display Screen Workstation Checklist
  • Fire Plan - Easterhouse Campus
  • Fire Plan Haghill Campus
  • Manual Handling Assessment Sheet
  • No Smoking Policy
  • Policy Statement on HS at Work
  • Risk Assessment Form
  • HS Meeting Minutes
  • Home / Management and Governance / All sessions /
  • - Health and Safety Committee
  • - Risk Management Group

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