1. The safety practices covered in the Employee Safety Orientation Training Program are a condition of your continued employment.
2. Small injuries that occur on the job do not need to be reported to 1st Employment.
3. If you are involved in an accident or injury that requires a doctor’s appointment or hospitalization, a representative will conduct an investigation of the accident.
4. Following an accident, you are required to submit to a drug screen.
5. When working with chemicals and hazardous materials it is important to understand and use Safety Data Sheets or SDS.
6. Preventing accidents takes a team approach and includes:
7. Examples of general safety rules to practice include:
8. Personal protective equipment includes items such as:
9. The “Safe Lift Zone” is an area of the body that is:
10. To protect yourself from exposures to blood borne pathogens: