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Contract Labor OrientationSafety AwarenessTraining : 

Contract Labor OrientationSafety AwarenessTraining

Objective : 

Objective Learn what Recycling is Gain knowledge of hazards in recycling Overview safety training Safety first!

Goal: : 

Goal: A safe and healthy workforce that returns home in the same condition they arrived. Zero Injuries, accidents and property damage. One minute of safety beats a lifetime of regrets!

What is Recycling? : 

What is Recycling? “Process by which materials that would otherwise become solid waste are collected, separated or processed and returned to the economic mainstream to be reused in the form of raw materials or finished goods.”

Definitions : 

Definitions UBC – Aluminum Beverage Cans HDPE – High Density Polyethylene (milk jugs) MRF – Materials Recovery Facility OCC – Old Corrugated Cardboard

Definitions (cont.) : 

Definitions (cont.) ONP – Old Newspaper PET – Polyethylene Terapthalate (soda bottles) Single Stream – Mixed recyclables Tipping Floor – Floor where trucks dump recyclables

Personal Protective Equipment Program (PPE) : 

Personal Protective Equipment Program (PPE) As your temporary employer we have completed a hazard assessment to determine which personal protective equipment (PPE) is required for each job and task performed at this facility for your personal safety! You will be required to wear the appropriate PPE at all times and you will receive detailed training on its proper use.

PPE” Use and Limitations : 

PPE” Use and Limitations When is it used? ALWAYS!

PPE Equipment : 

PPE Equipment Hard Hat – Ear Plugs – Ear Muffs Safety Glasses Safety Gloves Safety Vest Steel-Toe Boots

Hard Hats Color Code : 

Hard Hats Color Code White – Manager / Supervisor Yellow - Employee (Colors are site specific)

Hard Hats Color Code (cont.) : 

Hard Hats Color Code (cont.) Orange - Maintenance Blue – Visitor (Colors are site specific)

Lockout / Tagout Program : 

Lockout / Tagout Program The purpose is to eliminate any chance of equipment inadvertently being started or operated while maintenance or serving work is being performed. Example: Clearing of jams on Conveyor or cleaning the screens.

Lockout / Tagout Program : 

Lockout / Tagout Program Each authorized employee (an employee who locks and tags out equipment in order to perform servicing or maintenance) shall receive training in the recognition of applicable hazardous energy sources and the methods and means necessary for energy isolation and control. Each affected employee (an employee whose job requires him/her to operate or use equipment on which servicing or maintenance is being performed) shall be instructed in the purpose and use of the energy control procedure. All other employees who work in an area where energy control procedures may be utilized shall be instructed in the purpose and use of the energy control procedures.

Lockout / Tagout : 

Lockout / Tagout Authorized vs. Affected Employees Locks and Tags only assigned to Authorized Employees Required for entry into a confined space or the removal of a guard.

When is Lockout / Tagout Required? : 

When is Lockout / Tagout Required? Lockout / Tagout is required: Anytime servicing and/or maintenance of machinery or equipment could cause injury due to unexpected start-up or release of stored energy. Examples: When protective guarding is removed exposing a physical hazard (i.e. pulley, belt, conveyor, etc.) When entry to a screen, conveyor or baler for maintenance or cleaning is required.

Powered Industrial Trucks : 

Powered Industrial Trucks What are powered industrial trucks? Forklifts Tractors Platform lift trucks Motorized hand trucks Other special industrial trucks powered by electric motors or internal combustion engines Temps are NOT permitted to operate at any time for insurance purposes, even with proper license(s) unless hired to do so (Facility specific).

Emergency Action Plan Defined : 

Emergency Action Plan Defined Emergency Action Plan is designed to provide guidance to personnel in the event of an emergency and outlines the required procedures for responding to emergencies. Emergencies both man-made and natural may require this facility to be evacuated or shelter-in-place. These may include, but are not limited to, fires, explosions, floods, earthquakes, hurricanes, tornados, toxic material release, civil disturbances, and workplace violence.

Emergency Action Plan : 

Emergency Action Plan Know your emergency escape routes, posted in common areas Follow facility evacuation procedures (approach supervisors with questions) Procedures are posted in various common areas of this facility Always go to your designated rally point

Fire Protection Plan : 

Fire Protection Plan This plan, as required by OSHA, describes workplace fire hazards, methods for their control, types of fire protection equipment to be used, and names/job titles of personnel responsible for the control of fuel source hazards. This information is available upon request from Greenstar Management. The Fire Prevention Plan Program contains the following elements: Core program. Provides the standard method for complying with Greenstar and regulatory requirements. Explains who, what, when, where, and how of implementing the fire prevention plan and protection systems program. Facility-specific information. Facilities must complete this information and explain how the facility carries out the requirements of the program at their location. Identifies information such as responsibilities , site specific equipment, location of procedures, and training details. These can be updated without having to rewrite the whole program.

Fire Prevention Plan : 

Fire Prevention Plan Know the potential fire hazards (poor housekeeping, smoking, unauthorized use of outlets) Practice good housekeeping Know where fire extinguishers are located Observe & Maintain the “No Smoking” policy Follow your supervisor evacuation instructions Always go to your designated rally point

Hazard Communication : 

Hazard Communication Hazard Communication Program (commonly referred to as the Employee Right-To-Know Program) has been established by Greenstar for the protection of all personnel. Any chemicals known to be present at the facility potentially harmful to personnel are included within the scope of this program. All MSDS sheets are up-to-date and included in a binder located in the Break Room or another common area for your review.

Bloodborne Pathogens : 

Bloodborne Pathogens Minimize exposure of personnel to blood or other potentially infectious material and provide proper handling methods, personal protective equipment, and disposal procedures in the event that an incident occurs.

What are Bloodborne Pathogens : 

What are Bloodborne Pathogens Bloodborne pathogens (BBP) are viruses commonly associated with their transmission through bodily fluids. Two major diseases of concern: Hepatitis B Human Immunodeficiency Virus (HIV) - Aids

What are Bloodborne Pathogens : 

What are Bloodborne Pathogens Modes of transmission Very similar for both diseases Contact with an open wound Contact with non-intact skin Contact with the mucous membranes

What happens if you find a needle on a sorting line? : 

What happens if you find a needle on a sorting line? Immediately stop the conveyor! Notify your Supervisor. Supervisor or Line Lead are the ONLY persons authorized to remove a needle. Needle will be placed in a sharp’s container. Sharp’s container will be disposed of by supervisor. NEVER HANDLE A NEEDLE!

Dust Mask: Voluntary : 

Dust Mask: Voluntary To prevent employees from breathing nuisance levels of dusts generated during the recycling process. Dust masks are provided for employee voluntary use. Personnel has a responsibility for proper use of dust mask use, handling, and maintenance. Instruction is available if required.

Hearing Protection : 

Hearing Protection Protection is to assure that personnel are protected against hazardous noise levels by evaluating noise exposure, controlling noise levels, determining hearing ability through proper testing, and assuring compliance with OSHA standards.

Injury & Illness Prevention : 

Injury & Illness Prevention We are committed to the health & safety of our personnel. We strive to provide a clean & healthy workplace for all. We are committed to employing a successful accident prevention program We have developed a comprehensive Injury & Illness Prevention Program (IIPP) to minimize accidents & injuries while complying to all laws & regulations.

Slips & Trips : 

Slips & Trips Housekeeping Keep Aisles and Stairs Clear Watch your step, debris is slippery! Scavenging is not permitted.

Conveyor Safety : 

Conveyor Safety DO NOT walk on a conveyor unless it is locked out! Do NOT wear loose clothing or jewelry that may get caught. Know where the e-stops or pull cords are and how to use them (approach supervisor with questions). Pull cord E-stop

Back Safety : 

Back Safety Think before you lift. Get help if necessary. Bend at the knees and lift with the legs Do not twist while lifting. Pivot with the feet.

Reporting Injuries or Accidents : 

Reporting Injuries or Accidents Report IMMEDIATELY to line leader or supervisor

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One minute of safety beats a lifetime of regret!

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