IPT's Safety First Training Manual

IPT's Safety First Training Manual

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: IPT Publishing and Training Ltd

: 9780920855362

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Safety and occupational health management is fundamental to all business and industry where there is worker involvement. Leadership in these areas is a daily requirement and continues to be ongoing challenge.

IPT's SAFETY FIRST Training Manual is the new benchmark for industrial workplace safety. It contains excellent reference material and information for employers, supervisors, and workers who are concerned about preventing accidents and minimizing injuries at their work site. It is a convenient one stop book packed with current information on a variety of occupational health and safety management practices for ensuring a safe workplace for everyone. This book references both USA and Canadian occupational health and safety regulations and standards. TRAINING MANUAL IN USER FRIENDLY 8 1/2" x 5 3/4" CLASSROOM SIZE WITH SECTION QUESTIONS AND ANSWER BOOK ISBN# 0-920855-36-9

SECTION ONE - SAFETY FUNDAMENTALS
Introduction 1 Right to Participate 10-11
Safety Management 4,5 Right to Refuse 11,12
Safety Leadership 6,7 OSHA - USA 12-14
Safety Defined 7,8 Why Accidents Occur 14
Safety Attitude 8,9 "At Risk" Behaviors 15
OCHS - CANADA 10-12 Proactive Safety 15-19
Right to Know 10  
SECTION TWO - PERSONAL PROTECTIVE EQUIPMENT
Introduction 22 Types of Protection Devices 56-66
Regulations and Standards 22-24 Air-Purifying Respirators 56-59
Hazard Assessment 24-27 Supplied-Air Respirators 59-61
Types of Equipment 27 Self-Contained (SCBA) 61-66
Protective Headwear 27-30 Respirator Fit & Testing 66-70
Class A,B,C Hard Hats 29,30 Hand Protection 71-85
Foot Protection 30-38 Hand Injuries 71-73
Foot Injuries, Hazards 31-35 Workplace Hand Hazards 73-75
Footwear Features 35,36 Handtool Tips 76,77
Preventing Foot Injuries 36,37 Machine Guards 77,78
Foot Care 38 Types of Hand Protection 79-82
Eye and Face Protection 39-51 Disposable Gloves 83,84
Workplace Eye & Face Hazards 39-42 Other PPE For Hands 85
First Aid For Eye Injuries 43-45 Hearing Protection 86-98
Types of Protective Eyewear 45-49 Sound Frequency 86,87
Safety Eyewear Tips 50,51 Sound Measurement 87-89
Respiratory Protection 52-70 Noise Exposure 90
Protection Standards 52 Protective Hearing Equipment 91-94
Respiratory Protection Program 52-54 Hearing Loss 95-98
How Lungs Work 54-56  
SECTION TWO - PERSONAL PROTECTIVE EQUIPMENT
Introduction 22 Types of Protection Devices 56-66
Regulations and Standards 22-24 Air-Purifying Respirators 56-59
Hazard Assessment 24-27 Supplied-Air Respirators 59-61
Types of Equipment 27 Self-Contained (SCBA) 61-66
Protective Headwear 27-30 Respirator Fit & Testing 66-70
Class A,B,C Hard Hats 29,30 Hand Protection 71-85
Foot Protection 30-38 Hand Injuries 71-73
Foot Injuries, Hazards 31-35 Workplace Hand Hazards 73-75
Footwear Features 35,36 Handtool Tips 76,77
Preventing Foot Injuries 36,37 Machine Guards 77,78
Foot Care 38 Types of Hand Protection 79-82
Eye and Face Protection 39-51 Disposable Gloves 83,84
Workplace Eye & Face Hazards 39-42 Other PPE For Hands 85
First Aid For Eye Injuries 43-45 Hearing Protection 86-98
Types of Protective Eyewear 45-49 Sound Frequency 86,87
Safety Eyewear Tips 50,51 Sound Measurement 87-89
Respiratory Protection 52-70 Noise Exposure 90
Protection Standards 52 Protective Hearing Equipment 91-94
Respiratory Protection Program 52-54 Hearing Loss 95-98
How Lungs Work 54-56    
SECTION FOUR - CONFINED SPACE
Confined Space Hazards 146-150 Confined Space Ventilation 173-184
Confined Space Entry Program 150-186 Confined Space PPE 183,184
Entry Program Steps 151-153 Confined Space Entry Problems 184
Potential Hazard Assessment 153-157 Emergency Response 185,186
Entry Program Characteristics 158-176 Asphyxiant Gases 186-189
Confined Space Buddy System 158 Welding Gases & Fumes 189-192
Confined Space Entry Permit 158-163 Entry Team Training & Duties 192-196
Confined Space Site Preparation 164 Confined Space Rescue 196-200
Confined Space Lockout/Tagout 164,165 Heat Stress 200-203
Confined Space Testing 165-172 Heat Disorders 204-206
SECTION FIVE - TRENCHES AND EXCAVATION
Trenching Regulations 208 Manual Soil Testing 225-227
Trenching Definitions 208-213 Trenches & Excavations 227-229
Trenching Hazards 213,214 Excavation Protection 229-246
Soil Mechanics 214-216 Preliminary Work 229,230
Trench Failure 217,218 Engineering Approvals 231
Types of Soil Collapse 218-221 Dangerous Conditions 231,232
Zone of Exposure 219 Protection System Types 232,233
Spoil Pile Slide 219 Sloping & Benching 233-237
Side Wall Shear 220 Shoring 237-240
Cave-ins (Sloughing) 220 Shielding 241-242
Soil Rotation 221 Installation of Shoring 243-246
Soil Classifications 221,222 Shafts & Tunnels 247-250
Soil Testing 222-227 Trench Collapse 250-252
Visual Soil Testing 224 Visual Soil Testing 224
SECTION SIX - HAZARDOUS MATERIAL CANADA
WHMIS Introduction 254 Inhalation 265-267
Controlled Products 254,255 Absorption 268,269
Implementing WHMIS 255 Preventing Entry to Body 269
Elements of WHMIS 256,257 Exposure Limits 270,271
WHMIS and TDG 257 Chemical Substances 271,272
Hazard Classifications 257-264 WHMIS Labels 272-280
Hazard Symbols 257,258 Supplier Label 273
Compressed Gas 259 Bulk Supplies 274
Flammables & Combustibles 259,260 Workplace Label 274-276
Oxidizing Material 260,261 PACE Label 276
Poisonous & Infectious 261,262 NFPA Label 276-278
Corrosive Materials 262,263 WHMIS/TDG Label 278,279
Reactive Material 263,264 Precautionary Pictals 279,280
Physical State of Chemicals 264,265 Material Safety Data Sheets 281-289
Entry into Body 265-270    
SECTION SEVEN - HAZARDOUS MATERIAL USA
Hazard Communication Standard 292 MSDS-Handling & Storage 304
Identifying Hazardous Material 292-294 MSDS-Exposure Control 305
Hazardous Materials/Chemicals 258-272 MSDS-Chemical Properties 306
Hazardous Product Labels 294-297 MSDS-Stability & Reactivity 306,307
NFPA Labels 297 MSDS-Toxicological Data 307
Material Safety Data Sheets 298-310 MSDS-Environmental Data 307
OSHA MSDS 298 MSDS-Disposal Information 307,308
ANSI MSDS 299-308 MSDS-Shipping & Transportation 308
MSDS-Product Identification 299,300 MSDS-Regulatory Information 308
MSDS-Product Ingredients 300,301 MSDS-Additional Information 308-310
MSDS-Hazards Identification 301 Hazard Communication Program 310,311
MSDS-First Aid Measures 302 Employee Training 311-314
MSDS-Fire Fighting 302,303 Handling Tips 313,314
MSDS-Accidental Release 303,304 MSDS-Accidental Release 303,304
SECTION EIGHT - ELECTRICAL SAFETY
Engineering Controls 316-325 First-Aid Procedures 336,337
Insulation Materials 316,317 Traumatic Shock 337,338
Grounding Systems 317-320 Burns & Injuries 338-340
Machinery Guarding 320,321 Lockout Procedures 340,341
Circuit Protection 321-323 Overhead Power Lines 341-350
Overloads/Short Circuits 324 Power Line Approach 343-347
Resetting Circuits 324,325 Power Line Contact 347-350
Circuit Protection Tips 325,326 After Contact 349,350
Safe Working Practices 327-329 Underground Cables 350-353
Testing Instruments 329,330 Storage Batteries 353,354
Qualified Person 330 Static Electricity 354-357
Personal Protective equipment 330-332 Static & Explosions 356,357
Response to Emergencies 332-340 Electrical Safety Review 358
Electrical Shock 332-336  
SECTION NINE - FORKLIFT SAFETY
Forklift Accidents 360-364 Handling & Moving Loads 383-391
Causes of Accidents 361-364 Loading Forklift 383-385
Forklift Types 364-380 Unloading Forklift 386,387
Counterbalance Forklifts 364-368 Stacking & Unstacking 388-391
Narrow-aisle Forklifts 368,369 Loading Docks 392,393
Two-wheeled Hand Truck 371,372 Entering Elevators 394
Four-wheeled Hand Truck 372,373 Parking Forklift 395
Pallet Movers 373,374 Preventing Tipovers 395-397
Powered Hand Trucks 374-378 Forklift Steering 397,398
Forklift Inspection 378-380 Driving Over Rails 399
Forklift Lifting Principles 380-391 Power Sources 399,400
SECTION TEN - SAFE WORKING SURFACES
Introduction 402 Stairways 416-420
Slips & Trips 402-405 Ramp Safety 420,421
Traction & Balance 406,407 Scaffolds 422-431
Falls 407-410 Elevated Work Platforms 431-435
Portable Ladder Safety 410-415 Floor & Wall Openings 435,436
Permanent Ladder Safety 415,416    
SECTION ELEVEN - FALL PROTECTION
Guardrails & Safety Nets 438,439 Lifelines 450
Personal Fall Protection 440-455 Tying Off 450,451
Positioning Devices 441,442 Snap Hooks 452,453
Climbing Protection 442 Hook Up Hazards 454,455
Anchorage & Deceleration 443-448 Body Belts/Harnesses 455
During a Fall 445-448 Fall Protection & Confined Space 456
Fall Arrest Equipment 448,449 Care & Inspection of Equipment 457
Hooking Up 450-455 Aerial Work Platforms 457,458
SECTION TWELVE - BACK CARE
Back Injuries 460 Pushing or Pulling 469,470
Back Anatomy 460,461 Reaching Out & Balance 470,471
Neutral Position 462 Standing 471
Preparing For a Lift 463 Sitting 472
Performing a Lift 464,467 Twisting 472
Carrying Heavy Loads 467,468 Repetitive Stress 473
Back Injury Related Activities 468-472 Back Exercise Program 473-477
Shovelling 468,469    
SECTION THIRTEEN - LOCKOUT/TAGOUT
Introduction 480 Unintentional Operation 488-493
Lockout/Tagout 480-482 Applying Energy Controls 494-496
Application of Lockout 482 Disconnecting Energy Controls 496 
Hazardous Energy Sources 482-487 Testing During Lockout 497,498
Electrical Energy 482,483 Outside Contractors 498
Mechanical Energy 483 Lockout/Tagout Training 499
Thermal Energy 483,484 Enforcement/Discipline 499
SECTION FOURTEEN - ACCIDENT INVESTIGATION
Accident Causes 502 Investigation Questions 509-512
Accident Prevention 502,503 Conducting Investigation 513-518
Sources of Accidents 503,504 Collecting Evidence 518
Accident/Incident Investigation 504-519 Completing Investigation 518
Accident Causes 507,508 Investigation Equipment 519-522
Substandard Condition 508,509 Investigation Form 520-522

 

 

  • Isbn-10 Digit: 0920855369
  • Isbn-13 Digit: 9780920855362
  • Author-1: Bruce M. Basaraba
  • Copyright/Publication Date: 1999
  • Binding: Spiral Bound
  • Page Count: 524

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