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					    Chemical Engineering
 Duty Of Care/ Neighbour Principle
 Planning First Aid Provision
 Number of Occupants
 Work Activity & Hazards
 Building Layout
 Hours of work
 Back up support
              First Aid arrangements
   First aid arrangements
   First aid arrangements in the Department are co-ordinated
    by the (Technical Services Manager). Pim Amrit
        Ensure there are an adequate number of qualified first
    aiders among the staff in the Department and that notices
    are posted stating who they are;
        Ensure there are adequate first aid materials available
    throughout the Department;
         Ensure that safety showers and eye wash units are
    tested at least every six months.
              First Aiders
There are 2 types of first aider
in the College

   Fully qualified First Aiders (FAWQ 4
    days)

   Lifesavers (Cert 1 day)
    Departmental First Aiders
 First Aid @ Work Qualification
 Pim Amrit* Bone 321              45600
 Bob Brace* Bone 134              55674
     Departmental Lifesavers
   First Aid Lifesavers
   Patricia Carry         Bone 131   45631
   Paul Crudge            Bone 131   41485
   Ann Maconnachie        Bone 323   46623
   Geoff Kelsall          ACEX       45617
   Ann Sewell             ACEX 311   45570
    Departmental Lifesavers
 Elios Jorisi       ACEX MO2B   45617
 Darren Palmer      ACEX MO2B   45617
 Daniel Parsonage   ACEX MO2B   45617
 Nouri Samsatli     RODH C505   46623
             Key Contacts
   FOR EMERGENCY MEDICAL ASSISTANCE
    DURING WORKING HOURS, MONDAY TO
    FRIDAY, PLEASE CONTACT ONE OF THE FIRST
    AIDERS LISTED
   EMERGENCY CONTACT IN SOUTH
    KENSINGTON, PLEASE PHONE 4444 AND STATE
    CLEARLY THE DETAILS OF THE EMERGENCY,
    YOUR EXACT LOCATION, YOUR NAME AND
    EXTENSION NUMBER
   IF YOU CANNOT GET TO AN INTERNAL PHONE,
    PLEASE CONTACT SECURITY AT SOUTH
    KENSINGTON ON: 020 7594 8910
                Major injuries

   An ambulance should be called by dialing
    4444. Do not attempt to call an ambulance
    by calling the University switchboard or
    another University department. This will
    only cause unnecessary delay. Someone
    should be sent to the front door of the
    building to look out for and direct the
    ambulance.     A first aider should be
    contacted to administer first aid to the
    casualty while waiting for the ambulance
    to arrive.
                   Minor injuries
   First aid boxes/cabinets are located in, or near, all
    laboratories. Staff and students should ensure
    they are aware of the nearest location of first aid
    supplies. A first aider should be contacted and
    asked to assist with any injury except for the
    most minor of cuts or scratches.         Even minor
    scratches should be washed thoroughly in cold
    running water before applying a plaster. The
    assistance of a first aider is particularly important
    if you are injured while working with substances,
    which could cause harm if they entered the body
    through a break in the skin.
       The role of the Safety
    Department is to ensure that:
 the College provides a safe working
  environment for all staff, students and
  visitors.
  all College activities are undertaken in a
  safe manner.
 the College complies with the
  requirements of the Health and Safety at
  Work Act and other relevant legislation .
Useful Information & Guidance
   www.imperial.ac.uk/safety/training
    A full programme is listed alphabetically which is
    available to you as staff and post –graduates.
    An online booking system is in operation.
    For courses with no fee than you are able to submit a
    booking form.
    For courses with a fee or First Aid courses than go via
    your Safety Officer and FA Co-ordinator.
    First Aid & Work Qualification & Lifesaver courses
    plus refreshers.
       Useful Information and
             Guidance
   www.imperial.ac.uk/occhealth
    The College Occupational Health Service
    provides services to protect health at
    work, assess and advise on fitness for
    work and to ensure that health issues are
    effectively managed.

				
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