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Title: TEEX Safety in the Work Place


1
TEEX Safety in the Work Place
  • Annual Safety Refresher Training
  • TEEX Administration

2
TEEX Director
  • Safety is a mindset
  • Actionnot lip service
  • Employees are our
  • most valuable resources
  • Shared responsibility
  • Accidentsunsafe acts, unsafe conditions,
    or a combination or both
  • Effective risk managementID hazards
    reduce risk to a prudent level
  • Think Safety!

2
3
ExCom Responsibilities
  • Monitor safety performance of respective
    administration section
  • Comply with
  • TEEX Safety Guide
  • TEEX Safety Manual
  • Insist on employee safety responsibility and
    performance

4
Supervisor Responsibilities
  • Make safety a priority
  • Work safely without injury
  • Empower employees to work safely
  • Correct unsafe conditions and modify unsafe
    behaviors
  • Comply with provisions of TEEX Safety Guide
  • Report all accidents

5
Employee Responsibilities
  1. Make safety a priority during all work
  2. Work safely without injury
  3. Eliminate unsafe behaviors
  4. Comply with provisions of TEEX Safety Guide

6
TEEX Safety Officer
  1. Provide safety guidance to Division Safety
    Officers (DSO)
  2. Assist TEEX divisions, as requested, in
    safety-related matters
  3. New Employee Safety Orientation (Part I)
  4. Monitor track safety performance indicators for
    DIR

7
Admin Safety Performance


                     
  Fiscal Total Unsafe Unsafe Both Lost Property FY Total
  Year Accidents Act Condition Unsafe Time Lost Damage Work Work
      (only) (only) Act Accident Days Comp Comp
          Condition      
                     
ADMIN FY03 3 2 1 0 1 0 unknown 2,398 4,515
  FY04 3 1 2 0 2 26 unknown 13,835 15,853
  FY05 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1,629
8
Admin Safety Focus Areas
  • Office Ergonomics
  • Proper ergonomics feels good
  • General Office Safety
  • Electrical hazards
  • Slip fall hazards
  • Fire Alarm

9
Office Ergonomics
  • Achieving good fit between you and your computer
    workstation increases comfort and productivity
    varying tasks throughout the day will help to
    avoid fatigue
  • Eliminating monitor screen glare makes it more
    comfortable and easier to read screen information
  • Occasional breaks/stretches restore energy and
    increase productivity

10
Physical Symptoms
Eyestrain glare font size monitor distance
Neck head poor positioning of
monitor reference papers tilting head/eyes to
see monitor cradling phone handset between
shoulder head
Back, legs feet posture chair position
chair adjustment seat height seat angle back
angle foot support
Arms, hands wrists wrist-to-keyboard
placement movement stretching arm
positioning pressure points chair adjustment
desk height accessory equipment placement phone
use
11
Office Ergo Solutions
Shoulders No elevated or
shrugged shoulders Arms not raised above your
shoulder Elbows should rest close to your torso
Make sure to provide support if elbows are not
close to your torso
Head/Neck Maximum 30 of forward
bending Maximum 20 twist from side to side
12
Trip and Fall Hazards
  • Filing cabinets
  • Overloaded file cabinet drawers
  • Extension cords/wires
  • Office arrangement versus risk
  • Floor storage
  • Safe access to work station

13
Electrical Hazards
  • Extension cords/power strips/surge protectors
  • Location
  • Condition
  • Polarized plug
  • Overloading vs. warm to the touch
  • Overloading of wall outlets
  • Portable heaters
  • Condition
  • After-hours shutoff

14
JBC Fire Alarm
  • Respond immediately
  • Close, but do not lock, office doors
  • Proceed to the nearest stairwell
  • Safely walk down to your exit floor
  • Exit the building walk to the DOPs
  • assembly area
  • Check in with your floor monitor
  • Report any injuries observed
  • Report anyone needing evacuation help

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Think Safety Act Safely
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