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These practical continuinghrdirect.com/continuing-educationeducation courses can be accessed anytime, anywhere.OSHA NOTIFICATIONS CPR TECHNIQUES FAST EMERGENCY TIPS UNDERSTANDING AN SDS LEARN TO LIFT SAFELY1. Make sure it is safe to approach the victim: We To Avoid Injuries, Always:to havot pue beet yon eurlectself irocun dteand. Cger. Do nall 911 iot tmomeucdih tahe victitely. cahl 9n1 1a n(o erm otehregre necmy ehrgites,n ceyve nruy msebceor)n. dIfcaonuontthse! r Rpeemrsaoinncisa ltmhe aren d M t (SDSe) t( foorr mMeSrDlyS )k inso aw nre aqus iared Do n m if he/she appearsto help, have him or her cal 911 or seek medical assistance. A aStaefreiatylSDaafteat yS hDeaetao nS hfoer any hazardous chemical Plan each lift before you start. B k. Do not bend over to lift.2.I the victim: Check the scene of tof the victim.he accident to make sure it is safe. sourc ein o thf ien fworomrkaptliace. Proper use and undheers StaDnSd ing uLeet ynd youor luer kgs pneeosnwer yoot yur louifr btinagc.Observe the situation and attempt to wake osf ethde SDS wilJob Safety and Health or o asping for air, have a bystander call 91 C epecokrttahlelincjounrdieitsi otnoy Wouoru snudpservisor. cif bleeding is severe. t Alhelp to prevent accidents. TLifot snt omovoetrhdlo iy at. Ind df a loonat td iws tisot wo hheile lavy fiftionr yg. e ou to cary byives. Atre y RhITS THE LAW! f is soau afe, all rpipghrota? Dch to nhe vs not sio rcthimeask, tpe toanp hhse ve oimicr t/thim ihee vr gf yiecnotu stim ily aus nnd aspeot bcst a bk lreoaauthdck ilny, g helps the users of a hazardous gcehresm aiscsaol ctoia ted withDComplyRightAll workers have the right to: Employers must: or n ibl njury. If there i im r , or call yee nr coueaxrn hst self iteelf np p.o External Bleeding and91 uhned ecrhsetmanicda tl.h eT hnea tSuDrSeeannsdu dreasn proper labeling andA em traoinnint mg, goevte . Rheleps.t until medical help arbystnealcndy gk ieer, pls arae pce trehse penth, aonnd ie on smmepedaikaeter sly po trhoe dceeisd tpao ttchh 1.direct pres lothor gauze over the injured area and firmly applyhandling of hazardous chemicals by employees.If yyoou hurusert ylf wouitr bhouatc sk, dIf pos 2.Put a cleanure. Send for medical aid or calSDSs are required to be in a uniform formatGedtd mitioendaicl aml oavtnteionntcimanm wedoirasteenly i.njuries. A safe workptyla ocre h. ealth concern withP rerocovigdneiz eemd phlaozyaerdess.aI tw iso iulseignaglatnoy r eotfa tlihateeir P you check for breathing, get yicoytustandr preecsepr miose lnduos busct patiht ioons in, ae 9nnd pju1r1e. Rd oroevr ncidhe heeeck tdes lp he 3.clo ible to provide continuo a unreu.al presure, wrap an elasticSafmaetyyvDataary fr Sheetom this example. configurationasf sgorceiaatteesdtcinofnorco a sectoionn b neulomwb.e Trhse,hineafodrimngast,io ann dBefore You Lift y alone. 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Mre iotvs ce alenayrt, fhliant ag ynd ou HeAa,l tohr 3.Continue applying presure until bleeding stops or EMS personnel arive. otn t creh etemcihcnailc caol minfpoorsmitaiotnio na ntdh aftir astd adridesses topics2.Che cekve tnhleydoibstjreibuct te ydo, uth plata nn ottoh liinfgt.sMhaarkpeissu srtei ciktsi nwg eoiugth,tainds s ttahblaetyour em inpjluoryye or ro ril lOneSsHs,A w, oitrh roeupto being h vilcatcim ie ths fe avce dictimo ownn, ro Sprains and Strains it is light enough to caraenpdo srtaifnegt yacwonorcke-rrne lated ludin go rr wr iiltlnes victim as a unit.a hlal trdh e vsurifcatcim te ino a f a faaccee-u-upp p poosistiitoionn b. If y plan uancrineg osponne siveinjury to a muscle or tendon.a ino ltcs s f it touar rkeos a lute, mitre y etlaatlieadted in afgoraminsatti.o hazardous substances inR rights under the laww, iintchyinojuury o aisinhg O aSs. hand gently on the head and neck and the other on the hip, turning thel Sprains involve injury to the ligaments around a joint. Strains involve2E such as the physical and chemical properties appears later in the document. It ihs e t Plan Your LiftWalk throceeun igs to stop to rest. Be sure you have a clear Recerdivse,r iknpclalucdei.n g aln and training on jobCeompoprtly t ow OithS HalAl a aplp wlicoarbkle-r eOlaStHedAstandards.4. Immediately begin chest compressions: 1tvhoei dle fvuerlt ohfe rt hinej uhreya. rt. thfeo rrmesaptioonns itboi liatny yo fo tthhee rD eSm isp nlooyte celse awr hoorcwoilnl fblicts with company policy, cons ey ftaaen ta ttrrao sip oighevt at ters ph. 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KgeThis poster supports HazCom1-800-321-OSHA (6742)TTY 1-877-889-5627www.osha.gov 6.b ot takry mes thoe crte t cohhmeaspn tt rrewissseo ti, bonimesc.eas tuso ge it iive a rs important toescue breath OSHA has updated theo t S T p Section 5Fire-Fighting Measures co ie d fil a to groundwater and other adverse ef ih s l Attention-gr i abbingchoo nnt mtinue ches This section provides information on the fire and explosiveorrogm tanisomxics, tity the pestots peenrtfial formor a sed oun absqutancatie tc ao mnd/oove from soilIt al depletions potential). ects (e.g., ozone layer OSHA 3165-04R 2015 w an ll d s/ubrrienag bthsr euanthtisl . Yano Au sEDh oaur ld co Hoa ramligonn iwzeitdhSthyest eGmlo b(GHaly ).Section 6Accidental Release Measures Thivs secirstoipopon gesr dali, rvisepes iocmping aorf ttahnne chd rt inefeocmrlammicatatali. Toion tnh. 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Supplemental inform Infor Section 15Regulatory Informationand company accepts and for providing safe conditions. itude toward safety and htehaat allth, folco SoDuSs)crehaedmiliy aalvsa oilar blpreo dtou cetms.ployees,can also be providedto prevent overexposure, hatinnudeling pd exrpoocseudurer.es, and hygieneof the chemical. enO LIFT SAFEL Alewvear rysun up or dowhe stairs.Hoolld ld laaddddeer wr wiitth bh onoe hth haand wnds whilhe wile corlikminbgin. own.OSHA NOTIFICATIONS y ork- Employers must: taensdsa.rds.If p v CPR TECHNIQUES d r . .i e . . k a. . e . . Managers and supervisors aores tr reesgpaordn sfiobrl et hfoerseaxfehtiyb iatinndg handeal tregulationsh of al . . l . . c . . . . . . o . r. c . . o a . ti . . . o e . . n . . i . . . . . . n . . h . . . . . . . . . . . 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Precautionary Statements Stadnedra OrdS HfoAr sa Hppalzicaardti tor ed l o r i mical or t e sectio to ens e ot rveoe f s ndp s rac n tice s, e hintglab g y p y wi at tivd re w s limgahtc,h rieneporyr.t at os: nt ov R t u air l eeegps o u t e f So Dont lean too far off the side of a ladderes,e or prot crlootehintg, b, ee lseucrteri ctaolcohreobserve ean Slipping on ice or wet surfaces.ITS THE LAW! or neck injury. 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The chemical name may be the brandstatteing p, pH,o vinatp, soro plurbesilsituy iren w, vaatpeor ar dned snsitpye, cbioific glingra pviotiy ont,r d freeenzsingity./ Watch where you are going and take small steps. Do not twist your body while holding a heavy object, (b SHAil) w ifu yr oriug hhts.If y mme he tly asmel s twnilsoatidn, fg ias a mce thae sjor cpoat yusoe ouvf ie cnjhuorsy. Ten ao cnd lhanogwe der tirehe octiobnj, moect bvy se yloowur fly beeet fndirisntg y.retaliated against for us sized employers, withoudtcciotantsiounlt aotri on penalty,abiliotu ay tro pe nroot tvidre raineesd icun Ce bPrR oeatr ahs, sre unkip scotempfs 5 and 6 andSection on Up-To-Date name, trade naambel oporf ttehr. Section 10Stability and Reactivity T away from the botSeep laonyye rO. SHA citations issued to yourthroroguragh mOs SinH eAv-esruyp sptoarttee. co0 t nue p20 cerofmorpmrienssig cohnes a mst coimnuptre unessiotil ans an At a rED aate orrivf e s 3Geblot area dr yc.l eDaonndortybbraendakag bleis.ters if they form. fouannd oufan tctuhre ler/im General Safety PolicyCovnetlry wound with is section requires that potentially hazardous chemical em p 10 ntio 1 Third-Degree Burns Section 2Hazard(s) Identification rehactions be identified. It addresses chemical stability,Lift Helpersas forklift safety, GHS hazard communication, bloodborne pathogens and more.Rueseta scuopree h ian f your medical rrkepcloacrdes, ,a tneds tsand is ready for use, the victim begins to move or EMSGHS Communication Labeling2 S This section describes the hazards of the chemical and theconditions to avoid, incompatibility with other materials,Always remember your limitations. Whenever a load is too breig p oorw heer.a vKye etopcthaer ylo wadit hcloousetsttora yionuinrg bbooddyywwitehig ah ft irdmotghreip .w , get help. Use a cart,T ork.theaqt w morkplac ies ozjuarrdy sa nindtihl e n ewsos log. personnel take over care of the victim. Characterized by having whitish or chared appearance. appropriate warning information associated with those),hazardous decomposition and hazardous reactions. doly, wheelbarow or other carie en r.t P aunsdh ,l edaonn int p tuhlel,dfoirre cmtoion of the movement. Let your legs and the 5. After 30 compressionsopen the airway 1 Deond no fto rre memodviec aaln ayi ds koinrcnaelal r9 1o1raasttshoeo ns iteasopfo tshseibl bue.rn. ha PPE Notice dKeepr yy otuordbiavcidke s tlarragigeh lto, akdnse einst bo several smaler ones.symzabrdol as. Int id pncrleucdautes tiohnae sriy sgnal wtateomredn, hat frzoam trd she ltataebmel oenf t(sSection 11Toxicological Informationand begin rescue breathing: and Understanding an SDS the chemical. This syemctpiotn doms aescshe fsocoiatlloewd wing iith enfoxrmpoatsiuorn me to tay bhe ce aheddrmiecsal asedW ing gloves to protect your hands and get other hand under the victims chin and gently tilt the victims head back3. If possible, elevate an injured arm or leg above the level of the victims heart. on Ingredient in ribes the potential adverse health efects n:a beaertte prr ogpreipr.ly fitOnline tracking lets you see which employees have completed training and when. This poster is available free from OSHA. Open the airway by placing one hand on the victims forehead and thes 4.1 Do not apply cold water or medication to the burn. e Section 3Composition/Informationdiiceal name,and s ects from short- Wear safety shoes with reinforced toes and nonskid soles.(head tilt-chin lift method). Maintaining the open airway, gently pinch theChemical Burns r calpossible. and any trade secret cla ng ntsits ifonrmgratedioien ontsn t. The likely routtaces ot), sf eymxppotosumrs re (elinhalated tatioo tn, he Avoid loose clothing that could get in the way.Contact OSHA. We can help.victims nose shut and cover the mouth with yours, creating an airtight2 Seaidre oaowspitrhea lodw co-pnrteasmsuirnat rnavndict rimemo, yovue rcosenlf toarm oitnhaetersd. clothing,This section includes infoimrms. Iatt wion oill in cnclhuedme tichal ie c o herme Employees OSHA Rightsreesacl, oue br urseae a moths. Euatch gh ruesacrd aue bs srehaotwh sn. Ghoiuvle td bhe de veiclitvim tered iwo fn ounl, sloew condFlueskhmeaf dcicteald a911 as soon ea swioante oing d imngm-etdeiratm ee exfpfeocsuts are.nd also chronic efTry to load and unload at waist height.phyessictialon, c, shkein amicnal ad enyd te cooxnicological characteristics, delayedbeing careful not t cof minmgreond inenatms.e and synonyms, CAS number and proportionanand s e s ingFirst Aid Procedures/CPR Section 4First-Aid Measures and lo Two-Person Liftingdeep) bhoruelad cth baueste twehee cn ehaecsh rt to rescisuee b. Mreaake sth. Turhe yis pou trevaekne a rts yeou fgulraor (m gnoet a t 3. Apply clean dressing to the area. Section 12Ecological Informationdnd fa This section describes the first-aid measures that should beThis section provides information to evaluate theFor the best results in a two-person lift, both persons should be abouttizzy oall ar lfigtehr tthhee fiaderds. Wt reastccuh te bhe vreaitcht, pimes crfohrm test. 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Tn hahe indnlfquormatatic aion mnd/oar ty iencrItem #Price Do not takry mes tohe cre thmespt rreisssei, bonesc.c ause it is important to Workplace Safety Rules ( Section 5Fire-Fighting Measures w lusdtrie: dal ata thoant mtinue chest co OSHA has updated theThis section provides information on the fire and explosiveorgarnoiunsmdsw, tathe per aotnd otential fher aor a sdverusbe estafncfece tts (o me.go., ove fzorone lm sayoeil refrom toxicity tests performed on aWeb Based Learn more at hrdirect.com/smartapps 1-800-321-OSHA (6742)TTY 1-877-889-5627www.osha.gov 6.R After delivery of two rescue breaths: orequirements for labelingIt al ertieess ocrif tbehs se cuhiteamble eical axtningd huiosw thing to deechnal wiquith ies ancidnd ents. to g AVOID SLIPS, TRIPS & FALLSOSHA 3165-04R 2015depletions potential).breepaetaht ts, rhe coememmbbienraintig ton oo rf 3ele0 cashe aeslt col premspsurere bssioentws aend ten puwso rhees ascnd tueof hazardous chemicalspropso dment, and information about extinguishing equipmentSection 13Disposal Considerationsst rise and fall during breaths. You should continue thisequips not appropriate for a particular situation.LD1-SA1100$90 per year woamtcbh tinahte cionh eof compressions/breaths until an AED arc ives, the victimto align with the Globalythat i mation osen how to respond when aThis section gives important information that may be helpful e D you know that leaving a smal spil on the floor can cause a serious begins to move or EMS personnel take over CPR. Harmonized System, a (lGHl labSe). lscoavy ier dncilsupdoes: dal, reseccriypction of appropriate containers to use,baidc kro iknejunr yb?o nOer st,h caot nlecaunsisniogn osv aenr dto e ovennedsiedaet hw?h Itilesotrnu ea.lSaldipdse,r t criapnsraensdu lt Section 6Accidental Release Measures in the proper disposal oling af thne cd rheeclmamicalat. Tionh. Te ihne ifornmfoatrmioatn cioan nmAs J urneqeu 1i,r e2d0 1t5o ahl awveo rd,chevmeinctal s or pmilins, leimizaeks o theh ias idvnefo ceatfd into the air in orsd, per troo pertyfil sccrit dptiisopn oosal acf the ptivhityiseis acal and and cny shepmeiccial pal prroecpautertiioes tns fhat mor laany din b s result in more than 40,000 disabling workplace injuries each yearwil l obf erams, a sign This section gives inforr is relerasremio ecn m ae s or incineration activities. falpictog prned the environment. T ts oany i pncerlsuodne how todf but they can be prevented by adopting a few simple precautions.GENERAL SAFETY POLICY ITS YOUR RIGHT TO KNOW h aonetragin a sency ppilrl, pocreoduperr ces oler tanhue tp, eypnves oironmf equenitpal pmernet tcauthat mionsa, y Section 14Transport Information Many Fals Occur on Stairs From:W O staaztaermd eanntds, p trheec apurotidouncatr yem p If t T emaicsal dic sehsipcpriipng ition anfonrmd haatiozn card coullad issnc.Slippery, worn or broken steps. L nough. D Wear stable, secure shoes.Oueraclosmo apraen cyo ism dmeidticeadt etoddtois ccroevaetriinngg ,a cnodr rmecatiinntga iannindg p ar epvreonfetisnsgio snaafel, tsya afen da nedn vhireoanltmhye entnavli rhoenamlthe nhta fzoar redvs etrhya et mmpiglohyt ee.Its your right to know about hazardous substances in your workplace. ideennttiiffiiecra,t aionnd.Asu spapmlieprl e revisedbe needed for protection. This section is dy sepseigcnial ped tro gecautive bionas nsic secheipspsiang iry dunforirnmg ation. FoOlNlowTs T thoe Cseli mDbO st oa Snadf ety!id Section 7Handling and Storage shihpemre aentr, te aheny will be provided here. This section of the SDS DO:afect our employees. The personal safety and health of each employee are of primary importance. inS tHhAe sp rHoapzearr dre Ccoogmnmitiuonni, cuastieo na nSdta hnadnadrldin, ga losofhkanzoawrdno ausscRhieghmti ctoa lsK noor wpr,o disu dcetss.igned to inform and train employeesla Label configuration may vary from this example. This steocrtaigoe (n pincrovluiddeing as gunidy iancnce oomn spataibfe hailitiens) tdlio mng pinracimtiizce tes h eis intended for those responsible for shiplupding te thhe hae chzeamrdiocalus . Soteoesp se oter npos oner oxisntees nnt roat silintegesp e. Set the ladder on firm, stable ground, o eight.We recognize that the responsibilities responsibility for for safety leadership and health of the are safety shared: and health program, for its effectivenessTo comply, an employer must: u labeel.eS cmpelemethe requiredt and s i posure, handling procedures, and hygienech he b ection dissses inform f n ation on the regulations under Inadequate lighting. Unse t ec Our company acceptsMaintain an up-to-date inventory of hazardous chemicals or productsrigbht l, inluep ludnintsg, nist aslh ionwfonrm aationInotfoermntatial haion tzhat mards to pay bee aopled, pdrerosspeed irty anclnud tdesh: ge eennveirral wonmaernnti. ngsSection 15Regulatory Information and improvement, and for providing safe conditions.personnel involved. folowing al Lasebde l icno tnhtea iwneorrsk plofa cehaz. ardous chemicals or products. c providedo p event continued exposure. h wehalic th t mnicu cal fnalvilrso. Unmseeutl r es to applicablePractice Safety on Stairs! e fohe co ay ft hor eeigvhet lry 4 faddeeer ft oor tf lahde jdeor hb.Managers and supervisors are responsible for exhibiting the proper atitude toward safety and htehaaltt ha,l l operationsa Have Safety Data Sheets (SDS) readily available to employees,oann t haels ola bbeelas needed. tnstrruecvetiont ons vteo rpexr c qu tr easures and xpThis s h, she cafethy ae d e al leafewrs aencnd regulations mayAlways use the railing. K r to break a fal. ot awr .58 WORKPLACE MANAGEMENTTRAINING & SAFETY Al safety standards and rules, enforcing safety rules with the people they supervise, and for ensuringcnd en hazard communication plan. Labels must contain the folowing required elements: HRDIRECT.COM800.999.9111 59are performed with the utmost regard for the safety and health of al Section 8Exposure Controls/be p Hold ladder with one hand while working.of thre chovideemd, aloical.ng with information on the regulatory statusEmployeesaretheir responsible duties.for compliance with all rules and regulations and for continually practicing safety whilehe mtricaianlsin ogr m purosdt ubcet sp.rovided to employees working with hazardousPersonal Protection eod tl mo mf thine cimihzee emical.osureSection 16Other InformationNeeevp oer rnue hn uap ond fr dreoe for swn the supptaoirrt os. 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Remember These 6 QuickDont use aluminum ladders when doing electrical work.know the limits of protection yourhWoh enroetrweqeaurir elodo,s yeo ucl omust wear protective equipment, such as goggles, how to use it properly. Contact your supervisor if your gears ahdoveulrd bse e tef ac haozrae srd oevn tere hhe laazbaerdl. s, while warning is Danger is used for thes Tips to Prevent a Slip Accidents Happen! Sdoes not fit properly or you are unfamiliar with the protectivea e ketsn t reo msultiinnigm firzoe omr p exrpeovseunrt e tom t sed f . TPailefe mtya gtelarsiasless, , bmoxaesks,s o, gr loovtheesr,ehaqiuri pnmeets,n et stco. as not to block aisles, exits,1. Clean up spils, drips and leaks immediately. ao , no matter how hard you try to prevent EMERGENCY INFORMATION equipment provided. o rh haaznadrdlinougs.chemical or improper storageuwo signor tal whe loersds ss a reveeareder wheisll se aee ore tn a lhe oanbly el. fire-fighting equipment, electric lighting or power panel, valves, etc. 2. Avoid turning sharply when you walk ccmeidetnimets,s tnht oeyc dcou hrsa, rpepmeen.mber:If an accideUse this reference information for emergency situations. For more information, contact: Hazard Statements Supplemental Information Lockout and tagout your machine before cleaning, repairing, or leaving. on a slippery surface. ing. Call for help if you are alone.Ambulance: 911 or . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Safety Supervisor:. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . T . elephone . . . . . . . . . . . Name . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . h L laisbtes aler sny oucth aher is the physical stDnda 3 4 Alawlka ycsa wutaiotcuhsl wy ohne rwe eyto fuloroer gso.Report all injuries to your supervisor immediately. Io n aoutt ohpoerirzaetedtmoa dcoh isnoe sb yo ry oeuqru ispumepenrvt isuonrt.il you have been properly instructed Other Emergency Phone Number : Number/Extension Liaszts sard ctanladsas ard Ond cSHaA pteghorray tsehs aat dsseignsced tribe to a henformation proavtie oded bf thy te he Observe smoking regulations. 5.Whazards to your supervisor. rf i propriate medical care before nature of the hazard. chemical or directions for use. Rleepaonr tu apn syp uilnlesda flieq ucoidn, doiitli,o onrogrr eaacstsetimo meyoudri asteuplye.rvisor. Report al etnujrunriendg, s toe ewk aorpk.FirstAidAidKitVolunteer Location:: C 6. Post signs or bariers to warn others of hazards.First2015 ComplyRight This poster is intended to provide a general awareness of the subject(s) covered and should not be construed as legal or medical advice or opinion on any specific facts, circumstances or practices. You are urged to consult appropriate legal or medical professionals concerning your particular situations. W0430'