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					     SAFETY PROGRAM
       DEVELOPMENT

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                      OSHA 29 CFR 1910
                     Corporate Safety Training
                                         COURSE OBJECTIVES



WHAT YOU WILL LEARN IN THIS TRAINING SESSION:

   Introduce The Safety Program.
   Establish The Safety Program’s Role in Today’s Industry.
   Discuss the Components of an Effective Program.
   Introduce Ideas to Help Develop an Effective Program.
   Introduce OSHA Complaint Procedures.
   Introduce Basic Skills in the Recognition of Workplace Hazards.
   Introduce Basic Skills in the Control of Workplace Hazards.
   Introduce The Concept Of Job And Task Hazard Analysis.




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                                      BASIS FOR THIS COURSE

WHY THIS TRAINING IS ESSENTIAL TO YOUR SAFETY
AT WORK:

   Reduction of Injury and Illness Rates.
   Daily Exposure to Job Hazards by Thousands of Workers.
   The Modern Workplace is a Dynamic, Changing Environment.
   Efficiency Can Be Greatly Improved.
   OSHA Safety Standards Require:

       Establishment of an “Workplace Safety” Program.
       Training Be Conducted.
       Job Hazards Be Assessed.
       Hazards and Precautions Be Explained.




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                                       COURSE ATTENDEES


WHO SHOULD ATTEND THIS TRAINING SESSION:


    Safety Committees.
    Corporate Managers.
    Department Managers.
    First Line Supervisors.
    Facility Engineers and Specialists.
    Accident Investigation Team Members.




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                                     ABOUT THIS COURSE


THE SCOPE OF THIS COURSE:
                 YOUR SAFETY IS CRITICAL

This Course Is Intended To Provide You With A General Overview
Of The Safety Related Work Practices Typically Employed To
Provide A Safe And Healthful Working Environment For Company
Employees, Visitors And Sub-contractors Regarding Workplace
Hazards. It Provides Training In The Safe-work Concepts And
Techniques Required By The Occupational Safety And Health
Administration (OSHA) To Ensure Workplace Safety.
Your Safety Is Critical. Where You Are Unsure Of A Particular
Course Of Action Regarding Any Of The Material Discussed In
This Course, You Should Safely Secure Your Work Area And
Report To Your Supervisor.


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                                    APPLICABLE REGULATIONS


REGULATIONS THAT APPLY TO SAFETY:

                 THE GENERAL DUTY CLAUSE

   Purpose: The General Duty Clause Provides Enforcement Action
   Where No Specific OSHA Regulations Cover a Particular Hazard.
                    FEDERAL - 29 CFR 1903.1
   EMPLOYERS MUST: Furnish a Place of Employment Free of
   Recognized Hazards That Are Causing or Are Likely to Cause Death
   or Serious Physical Harm to Employees. Employers Must Comply
   With Occupational Safety and Health Standards Promulgated Under
   the Williams-Steiger Occupational Safety and Health Act of 1970.
                                        OSHA ACT OF 1970



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                              APPLICABLE REGULATIONS
                                           (Continued)



REGULATIONS THAT APPLY TO SAFETY:

  29CFR - SAFETY AND HEALTH STANDARDS
         1910 - GENERAL INDUSTRY
           1904 - RECORDKEEPING REQUIREMENTS




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                                APPLICABLE REGULATIONS
                                              (Continued)



REGULATIONS THAT APPLY TO SAFETY:

ANSI - Z16.2 - 1995
       INFORMATION MANAGEMENT FOR OCCUPATIONAL
       SAFETY AND HEALTH.
ANSI - Z16.3 - 1994
       INJURY STATISTICS, EMPLOYEE OFF THE JOB INJURY
       EXPERIENCE RECORDING AND MEASURING.




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                                           29 CFR SUBPARTS


SUBPARTS OF 29 CODE OF FEDERAL REGULATIONS:

   A - General
   B - Adoption of Established Federal Standards
   C - General Safety and Health Provisions
   D - Walking-Working Surfaces
   E - Means of Egress
   F - Powered Platforms, Manlifts, Etc.
   G - Occupational Health and Environmental Control
   H - Hazardous Materials
   I - Personal Protective Equipment
   J - General Environmental Controls
   K - Medical and First Aid




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                                        29 CFR SUBPARTS
                                               (Continued)



SUBPARTS OF 29 CODE OF FEDERAL REGULATIONS:

   L - Fire Protection
   M - Compressed Gas and Compressed Air Equipment
   N - Materials Handling and Storage
   O - Machinery and Machine Guarding
   P - Hand and Portable Powered Tools
   Q - Welding, Cutting and Brazing
   R - Special Industries
   S - Electrical
   T - Commercial Diving Operations
   Z - Toxic and Hazardous Substances




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                                 COMMONLY USED REGULATIONS


COMMONLY USED PARTS OF 29 CFR:

   1910.37 - Means of Egress
   1910.38 - Emergency and Fire Prevention Plans
   1910.94 - Ventilation
   1910.95 - Occupational Noise Exposure
   1910.101 - Compressed Gases (General Requirements)
   1910.119 - Process Safety Management
   1910.120 - HAZWOPER
   1910.132 - Personal Protective Equipment (General)
   1910.133 - Eye and Face Protection
   1910.134 - Respiratory Protection




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                                     COMMONLY USED REGULATIONS
                                                     (Continued)



COMMONLY USED PARTS OF 29 CFR:

   1910.135 - Occupational Head Protection
   1910.136 - Occupational Foot Protection
   1910.144 - Safety Color Coding for Hazard Marking
   1910.146 - Permit-Required Confined Spaces
   1910.147 - The Control of Hazardous Energy
   1910.151 - Medical Services and First Aid
   1910.157 - Portable Fire Extinguishers
   1910.158 - Standpipe and Hose Systems
   1910.159 - Automatic Sprinkler Systems
   1910.178 - Powered Industrial Trucks
   1910.212 - Machine Guarding




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                                     COMMONLY USED REGULATIONS
                                                     (Continued)



COMMONLY USED PARTS OF 29 CFR:

   1910.242 - Hand and Portable Powered Tools
   1910.252 - Welding, Cutting and Brazing
   1910.1000 - Permissible Exposure Limits (Air Contaminants)
   1910.1001 - Asbestos
   1910.1025 - Lead
   1910.1025 - Cadmium
   1910.1030 - Bloodborne Pathogens
   1910.1200 - Hazard Communication
   1910.1450 - Laboratory Safety




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                         WHAT REGULATIONS DO YOU NEED?



COMMONLY USED PARTS OF 29 CFR:


             THE HAZARDS IN YOUR
               WORKPLACE WILL
               DETERMINE WHICH
            REGULATIONS YOU WILL
              NEED TO ADDRESS!




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                              OSHA CIVIL PENALTIES POLICY




OSHA IMPOSES SEVERE PENALTIES FOR NONCOMPLIANCE:
BEFORE MARCH 1, 1991:

VIOLATION NARRATIVE: TEN (10) EMPLOYEES WERE NOTED NOT
WEARING EYE PROTECTION IN AREAS WHERE A REASONABLE
PROBABILITY OF EYE INJURY COULD OCCUR.

PENALTY: $500




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                             OSHA CIVIL PENALTIES POLICY
                                             (Continued)




OSHA IMPOSES SEVERE PENALTIES FOR NONCOMPLIANCE:

              AS OF MARCH 1, 1991:

      CHANGES IN PENALTY COMPUTATION:

    1. PENALTIES BROKEN OUT INDIVIDUALLY.

     2. PENALTIES INCREASED SEVEN FOLD.




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                               OSHA CIVIL PENALTIES POLICY
                                                (Continued)




OSHA IMPOSES SEVERE PENALTIES FOR NONCOMPLIANCE:

AS OF MARCH 1, 1991:

VIOLATION NARRATIVE: TEN (10) EMPLOYEES WERE
NOTED NOT WEARING EYE PROTECTION IN AREAS
WHERE A REASONABLE PROBABILITY OF EYE
INJURY COULD OCCUR.

$ 10 VIOLATIONS TIMES $500 = $5000
$ 5000 TIMES SEVEN = $35,000

PENALTY: $35000          BEFORE MARCH, 1991:    $500
                           AS OF MARCH, 1991: $35,000


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                                           WHISTLEBLOWER PROTECTION


OSHA WHISTLEBLOWER PROTECTION PROGRAM:

A Person Filing A Complaint Of Discrimination Or Retaliation Will Be Required To
Show That He Or She Engaged In Protected Activity, The Employer Knew About
That Activity, The Employer Subjected Him Or Her To An Adverse Employment
Action, And The Protected Activity Contributed To The Adverse Action.
Depending Upon The Circumstances Of The Case, "Discrimination" Can Include:

   Demoting.
   Blacklisting.
   Disciplining.
   Intimidation.
   Denial of Benefits.
   Firing or Laying Off.
   Reducing Pay or Hours.
   Denying Overtime or Promotion.
   Reassignment Affecting Prospects for Promotion.

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                                         WHISTLEBLOWER PROTECTION
                                                          (Continued)


HOW TO FILE A COMPLAINT WITH OSHA:

The OSHA Act Of 1970 Gives Employees The Right To File Complaints About
Workplace Safety And Health Hazards. Further, The Act Gives Complainants The
Right To Request That Their Names Not Be Revealed To Their Employers.
Complaints From Employees And Their Representatives Are Taken Seriously By
OSHA. Complaint Filing Procedures Can be Found At:
   www.osha.gov/dep/oia/whistleblower/index.html.
   Call - 1 (800) 321-OSHA (6742).
   Call - 1 (877) 889-5627 (TTY).
   Report Online at the Above URL (Non Life Threatening).
   Download a Complaint Form at the Above URL.
   Call Your Local OSHA Regional Office.
   Go to www.osha.gov for Additional Information.
   There are Also Severe Penalties For Filing False Complaints.



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                                      PURPOSE OF THE PROGRAM



REASONS TO MAINTAIN AN EFFECTIVE SAFETY PROGRAM:

   Peace Of Mind.
   Reduced Liability.
   Increased Productivity.
   Reduced Lost Man-hours.
   Improved Employee Morale.
   Reduced Or Eliminated Fines.
   Improved Health Of Employees.
   Reduced Injury And Illness Rates.
   Lower Workers’ Compensation Costs.
   Because It’s The Right Thing To Do!!!!!!


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                                GENERAL PROGRAM REQUIREMENTS


ALL EMPLOYERS MUST:

   Review Job Specific Hazards.
   Institute Safe Work Practices.
   Conduct Hazard Assessments.
   Monitor And Track Illness & Injury Rates.
   Ensure PPE Is Not Damaged Or Defective.
   Certify That Assessments Have Been Done.
   Provide Training To All Required Employees.
   Install Engineering Controls Where Possible.
   Institute Administrative Controls Where Possible.
   Assess And Issue PPE To Control Hazards As A Last Resort.



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                           PROGRAM IMPLEMENTATION

PROGRAM IMPLEMENTATION REQUIRES:

Dedication.
Proper Training.
Effective Reviews.
Personal Interest.
Protective Measures.
Employee Involvement.
Comprehensive Follow-up.
Management Commitment.
Detailed Site-specific Written
 Procedures.

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             PROGRAM IMPLEMENTATION
                           (Continued)




          NOTE
UNDERSTANDING AND SUPPORT
FROM THE WORK FORCE IS
ESSENTIAL! WITHOUT IT THE
PROGRAM WILL FAIL!



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                 IMPLEMENTATION STRATEGY


RECOGNITION:


      RECOGNITION
      EVALUATION
      IMPLEMENTATION
      CONTROL

                               SAFETY PROGRAM - SLIDE 24 OF 92
                                          IMPLEMENTATION STRATEGY
                                                       (Continued)



RECOGNITION:
   Jobs Having An Accident History.
   Jobs Having A High Degree Of Risk.
   Jobs Where New Equipment Is In Use.
   Jobs Where New Processes Are In Use.
   Jobs Having A High “Close-call” Incidence.
   Jobs Having A High Rotation Of Employees.
   Jobs Having Had Recent Operational Changes.
   Safety Organizational Structure Determination.
   A Determination Of Jobs Needing Improvement.
   New Jobs Having Little Or No Statistical Injury Data.



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                 IMPLEMENTATION STRATEGY
                              (Continued)


EVALUATION:


      RECOGNITION
      EVALUATION
      IMPLEMENTATION
      CONTROL


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                             IMPLEMENTATION STRATEGY
                                          (Continued)


EVALUATION:

Facility Audit Data.
Employee Surveys.
Accident Investigations.
Logs Of “Close-call” Incidences.
Organizational Structure Development.
Statistical Evidence Of Known/Potential
 Hazards.
Injury And Illness Data Of
 Known/Potential Hazards.

                                        SAFETY PROGRAM - SLIDE 27 OF 92
                  IMPLEMENTATION STRATEGY
                                (Continued)


IMPLEMENTATION:


      RECOGNITION
      EVALUATION
      IMPLEMENTATION
      CONTROL


                               SAFETY PROGRAM - SLIDE 28 OF 92
                            IMPLEMENTATION STRATEGY
                                          (Continued)


IMPLEMENTATION:

Written Program.
Training Program.
Employee Involvement.
Supervisor Involvement.
Corrective Action Program.
Job Hazard Analysis Program.
Organizational Structure Establishment.
Safety In Purchasing (New Equipment,
 Products Etc.)
                                         SAFETY PROGRAM - SLIDE 29 OF 92
                 IMPLEMENTATION STRATEGY
                              (Continued)


CONTROL:


      RECOGNITION
      EVALUATION
      IMPLEMENTATION
      CONTROL


                              SAFETY PROGRAM - SLIDE 30 OF 92
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