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Establish Safety Policy and

ANSI/AIHA Z10 leadership to implement it


-Have procedures to ensure
employee participation

Aspergillosis Fungus

# of protons and
atomic mass neutrons in the
nucleus

atomic number number of protons


defines the elements

Benzene exposure
causes what health leukemia
effect?
Brucellosis Bacteria from cattle

Celsius -> Kelvin * Celsius + 273 =


Kelvin

Valley Fever - fungus


Coccidioidomycosis in soil of specific
regions

Days away or restricted


DART Rate job transfer (# DART
Cases *200000)/ # of
Hours Worked

pain located to base of


DeQuervain's
thumb (diagnosed
tenosynovitis
using Finklestein's test)
Difference between LC - inhalation
LC50 and LD50

e= 2.718

Elements of ...
Management

Endocrine disruptor disturbs hormone


system

Tennis Elbow - caused


Epicondylitis by jerking or throwing
motion
Repetition/duration
Joint deviation
Ergonomic Risk
Force (>7 lbs, grasping/pinching)
Factors (5) Vibration
Cold

Farenheit --> Rankin * Farenheit

Gasoline flashpoint -45 degrees

the observation that


Healthy worker effect employed populations tend to
have lower mortality rates
than the general population

muscle spasms that


Heat Cramps result from a loss of salt
and water through
perspiration
Caused by severe electrolyte loss,
hypotension, dizziness, vomiting,
Heat Exhaustion and fainting. Leads to decreased
blood pressure, cardiac output,
organ failure, and death. Clammy
skin.

A life-threatening condition
Heat stroke involving very high body
temperature, lack of
perspiration, and rapid pulse.

3 E's - Engineering,
Heinrich Education, Enforcement
- most accidents caused
by unsafe acts.
Two aspects:
Herzberg Hygiene (Satisfaction) - $$, Status,
Relationship, Working conditions, company
Motivation/Hygiene policies

Theory Motivation- Achievement, recognition,


enjoyment of work, promotion, responsibility

How far is a person


allowed to free fall 25 feet
into a net?
How long can a
supplied airline for a 300 ft
respirator be?

Disconnect between mature


workers and organizational
Incongruence Theory characteristics. EE's want to be self
directed but organizations do not
allow this to occur. Treat adults like
adults they will act like adults.

atom or molecule with an


ion electrical charge. (# of
electrons are not equal to
the number of protons)

Ionizing Radiation that moves


electrons out of orbit.

atoms with the same


isotope atomic number but with
different numbers of
neutrons
time between first
latency period exposure and onset of
disease

Lowest dose where


LOAEL adverse effect was
observed

Function of planning, organizing,


coordinating and measuring info
management and using that data to persuade an
organization to move in a specific
direction. (Leadership sets the
tone.)

Mazlow's Hierarchy Physiological>Safety>Social>Esteem>Self


Actualization

People are externally


McGregor Theory X motivated to work
safely
People are internally
McGregor Theory Y motivated to work
safely

6.02 x 10^23, (gram


Mole molecular weight,
mass of an atom)

Neurotoxin Nervous system


Hepatoxin Liver
Renal Toxin Renal - kidneys

NOAEL Highest dose with no


effect

No Observable Effect
NOEL Level (Highest dose
with no harmful effect)
Be familiar with
OSHA standards tox toxicology terms of osha
regulated chemicals

Pareto Principle 80/20 rule. 80% of effects result from


20% of causes.

'the how' to get things


plan done (not the what).
May or may not be
implemented.

The risk that remains


Residual Risk after preventive
measures have been
taken.

Bacteria - Rocky
Rickettsia mountain spotted
fever
Risk probability * severity

broad set of plans and


safety program policies addressing the
safety goals of an
organization

-Compliance
-Training and Education
Safety Program
-Engineering Controls
Objectives (5) -Inspections
-Accident Investigations

-Specific
-Measurable
SMART -Achievable
-Realistic
-Time

the ratio of the density of


specific gravity the substance compared to
water's density (does it float
or sink in water?)
Theory Z Team approach to
management

-Needs assessment
-Training objectives
-Specific content and media
Training Steps (7) -Account for individual differences
-Specify learning conditions
-Evaluate
-Improve

mass per unit volume of


vapor density a vapor compared to air
(does it float or sink in
air?)

What amount of 5 rem/yr


radiation are u.s. fyi: 100 rem causes
workers allowed to be radiation sickness
exposed to per year? 500 rem is LD50