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Material safety data sheet. (MSDS
Responsibilties of PCBU's & workers
Use of WHS signs and symbols
Purpose of electrical tagging
Reasons For Safety Audits
When to use personal protective equipment (PPE)
Requirements and manual handling techniques
Identify appropriate locations for first aid kits
Identify hazards that may arise in an office
How to report an incident or accident
Roles of WHS committee & WHS duty holders
Provide emergency procedures including evacuation plans
Safety in the library:
1. chords sticking out:
-To fix this you must
ensure that all chords are tucked in neatly and not all gathered together to create a tripping hazard.
2. Chair not tucked into the table:
- To prevent tripping hazards all chairs are to be tucked in by the last person who sat on that particular chair.
3. Couches stacked:
- It has the danger of collapsing on someone or something.
4. Chord overkill:
- Chord overkill is where there is a big amount of electrical chords all tangled together. This could cause a fire and/or other hazards.
5. Books hanging off the shelf:
- This is a hazard for those who a regularly in the library.
6. pot plant in the middle of the isle:
- Having a pot plant in the middle of the isle can be a major tripping hazard, to prevent this they should not have pot plants in the library.
7. Bags out of place:
- Any bag that is placed on the ground is automatically a tripping hazard.
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