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Stanford University General Health & Safety Training
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Stanford University Main Entrance - April 17, 1906
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1Stanford University General Health 17http:axess.stanford.edu Register for
& Safety Training. Injury & EHS-3400 On-Site for groups of 10 or more
Illness Prevention Program (IIPP) Learn good posture for working at your
Emergency Preparedness & Response computer. Alternate activities to break up
General Safety. repetitive motions. Seek medical attention
2Why Are We Here? To learn about the promptly for any symptoms of injuries.
university’s injury and illness prevention 18Computer Ergonomics. Posture Placement
program (IIPP). Receive general safety of - Monitor - Input devices Take Breaks.
guidelines. Explain what your 19Violence in the Workplace. Stanford
responsibilities are for safety. University will not tolerate violence or
3Why? Stanford works hard to prevent threats of violence. Anyone experiencing
accidents, but people do get injured at or observing imminent violence should call
work: Workplace injuries cost Stanford 9-911. Report any acts or threats of
over $1million/year. violence to your supervisor/instructor.
4Supervisor’s Responsibilities. Know Review Administrative Guide Policy 23.9.
the TRICK of a good safety program. Train 20Other Safety Training. Back Safety
employees on correct safety practices. Hazard Communication Fire Extinguisher
Report Unsafe Conditions and Incidents. Laboratory Safety: Chemical Hygiene
Inspect for work place safety and Electrical Safety Compressed Gas Safety
compliance. Correct any problems found. Hazardous waste management Radiological
Keep records of training. Enforce health Safety Laser Safety Biological Safety.
and safety rules. 21Emergency Preparedness.
5Employee & Student 22Emergency Preparedness. Report the
Responsibilities. Keep informed of safety Emergency - Is it Serious? Health
conditions. Participate in training threatening vs. non-health threatening
programs. Adhere to healthy and safe Know the Emergency Numbers to call 9-911
practices. Report problems and hazards to (stay on the line until the operator hangs
Supervisors, Lab Managers, etc. up) 5-9999 EH&S urgent assistance (day
6EH&S Responsibilities or night) Know the location of: fire
(Environmental Health & Safety). extinguisher, alarm box, exit route
Assist supervisors and managers with Emergency Assembly Point (EAP).
evaluation of workplace hazards. Provide 23Prepare for a Fire. Know where your
training and technical resource pull boxes, exits, and fire extinguishers
assistance. Review departments’ safety are located. EH&S offers Fire
programs. Evaluating training in Extinguisher Training. Do not prop open
departments. Serve as a campus resource fire doors. Turn off space heaters when
for safety. you are not there. Participate in drills.
7Training. There are 3 levels of 24How to Respond to a Fire. STAY CALM!!!
training: Tier I University Tier II Evacuate the fire area. Close doors.
Department Tier III Local Work Unit Report the fire by pulling the alarm and
Employees and students must receive calling 9-911 from a safe location. Upon
training on all workplace hazards Training hearing the alarm, stop work, close doors
benefits everyone by: improving and proceed to the nearest exit. Use the
understanding, empowering people, reducing stairs, drop & crawl if smoke is
injuries and improving the bottom line. present. Go to your EAP.
8Reporting Hazards University Policy on 25Evacuation Procedures. Hint - What do
Anti-reprisal. “Stanford university you do when you go home Take essential
encourages employees and students to items with you Close your door (don’t
report health and safety hazards to their lock) Use the stairs - don’t take the
supervisor, manager, or EH&S.” elevator Plan for co-workers requiring
“Employees and students shall not be assistance Note unsafe conditions and
discharged or discriminated against in any injuries on your way out Report to your
manner for bona fide reporting of health Emergency Assembly Point (EAP) When is it
and safety hazards to Stanford or to safe to re-enter the building? Always
appropriate governmental agencies.” follow the instructions of your local
(Reports may always be made anonymously). Response Team.
9Reporting an Injury, Incident, or 26Emergency Assembly Point (EAP) Symbol.
Exposure. Discuss health and safety Look for this sign on grey wooden posts.
concerns with your advisor/supervisor. 27Bay Area Earthquake Faults.
Fill out and sign Stanford SU-17 form. Get 28Stanford University Main Entrance -
forms from Risk Management. Report “near April 17, 1906.
misses.” Seek medical attention for 29Earthquake Video Clip. Classroom
injuries. during 1989 Loma Prieta.
10Medical Attention for Workplace 30Prepare for an Earthquake. Store large
Injuries. Serious Injury (severe or heavy objects on lower shelves. Plan so
laceration requiring surgery, chemical your door will not be blocked if something
burns, head trauma, compound fractures) falls. Where do you go in an earthquake?
Stanford Hospital Emergency Room Minor under a desk, away from windows. Make an
injury (sprained ankle, a few stitches) Emergency Kit. Department management
Alliance Occupational Medicine 2737 Walsh should secure bookcases, cabinets, over 4
Ave., Santa Clara Alliance Occupational feet tall.
Medicine 315 S. Abbott Ave., Milpitas 31Purchase Supplies. Emergency Kits
Workforce Medical 201 Arch Street, Redwood (Home, Work, Car) Minimum 10-day supply of
City (or for students: Vaden Health food and water at home Flashlights, radio,
Services, on campus) If an injury is work and spare batteries Extra supplies in work
related, medical costs may be covered by area and car Extra Supplies Warm clothing,
Workman’s Compensation Insurance. shoes, extra glasses and prescription
11Identification of Hazards by medications #1 Rule If you don’t have it
Inspecting the Workplace. EH&S has with you… It can’t help you!!!
checklists available. Departments “self 32How to Respond to an Earthquake. In
inspect.” Management ensures the event of an earthquake: STAY CALM!!!
implementation Keep records for 1 year. Think! Stay where you are. Take cover:
Correct the hazards identified. under desk away from glass, tall objects,
12Correcting Hazards. Correct it as soon etc. Wait until the shaking stops and
as possible. If you can’t correct it, ask evacuate the building cautiously by
a supervisor or manager. Are you still stairway, take essentials. Go to your EAP.
concerned?... call your Department Safety 33
Representative or EH&S. Facilities can 34TO GET EMERGENCY INFORMATION about SU.
fix things and fund it if it is part of Stanford Emergency Hotlines SU Emergency
their maintenance responsibilities. Information Hotline 725-5555 Student
13Keeping Records. When you get Information Hotline 497-9000 To call from
training, make sure it gets recorded. When another city or state 1-800-89SHAKE To
you inspect for or correct hazards; call from abroad 01-602-241-6769 * Tell
document that as well. Keep Records for at your family about these numbers ! Go to
least 1 year. the Stanford emergency website
14General Workplace Safety. Personal http://emergency.stanford.edu Listen to
Safety and Security Electrical Safety KZSU (90.1FM) Listen to community
Computer Workstation Ergonomics Violence Emergency Alert System (*) radio KCBS 740
in the Workplace. AM (*) formerly known as the Emergency
15Personal Safety. Keep emergency Broadcast System.
information by telephones (see guide). Use 35Emergency Wallet Card. Add Your Local
a buddy system when working late. Personal Emergency Hotline.
security tips (See Stanford Safety & 36Safety Resources. EH&S/General
Security Almanac). Safety 723-0448 EH&S Training 725-1470
16Electrical Safety. Properly maintain EH&S Emergency Preparedness 725-1409
electrical equipment. Only use extension EH&S Ergonomics 726-4392 Stanford Risk
cords for temporary fixes. Don’t overload Management 725-9122 Stanford Police
electrical outlets. Use UL approved plug Information 723-9633 Sequoia Occupational
strips, not cube-taps. Keep workplace dry. Health 566-0288 EH&S Web Site:
Turn off space heaters when un-attended. http://ehs.stanford.edu Risk Management:
17Computer Workstation Ergonomics. If http://www.stanford.edu/dept/Risk-Manageme
work on a computer more than 1 hour per t/.
day: Must complete training: Web Based: 37Questions? Thank You!
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