Make sure that the work place is a safe environment to work in. Make sure that emergency plans are set out and that staff know what to do. Prevent any risks to staff and service user’s health. Makes sure that we are informed of any hazards that could hurt us in regards to making sure that we are all coshh trained. (c) 4.
b. Soldiers will need the following to properly clean and conduct preventive maintenance on their M4 carbines. (1) TM 9-1005-319-10. (2) 3 copies of DA FORM 2404. (3) Weapons cleaning kit c. Soldiers will clean and lubricate their M4 Carbine IAW TM 9-1005-319-10 prior to conducting preventive maintenance.
making sure that the proper labels are going on the right things. To make sure that nothing gets confused or mixed up. Also it is checked once it has been done just to be safe. Everyone in the labs are very carefull while using these chemicals. And i think that everyone around the world
*ensuring that both myself and all service users have the appropriate footwear on at all times *putting signs up when there is a wet floor Never trying to carry out a task on my own when it is obvious that another person is required *knowing the fire procedure policy *Basic hygiene *Using personal protective equipment (ppe) at relevant times *Ensuring that all moving and handling is carried out with the minimal lifting technique so as to avoid injury to myself or the service user. *Ensure that all equipment has been serviced and is in a good, clean working order, along with any attachments that are needed for it. *Making sure that when hand over is done at shift change that the office door is closed so that nobody outside of staff members are aware of what is being discussed *Not discussing other residents when in a separate residents room – or within earshot of a third party
Just because it is clean doesn’t mean that it is ready to run. Once you have cleaned everything it is time to take things apart by separating the two ends from the chassis. This will let you inspect the suspension and bulk heads more easily. You are mainly checking the shocks for pressure and the wheels and axial for binding and fluidity. It is important to make sure all the screws are tight, especially along the axil.
I keep up to date my first aid and that I have a fully stocked first aid box. I make sure accident forms are completed in the event of an accident occurring and that all parents are fully informed, who then sign any forms that need to be filled out. Working with children brings significant duty of care, and younger and more vulnerable the child, the greater the duty of care 1.2 By ensuring risk assessments are being carried out within a setting, also to make sure all equipment and toys are safe, and cater for the appropriate age. By making sure there are no hazards like cleaning materials being left out and all electrical sockets are not being left uncovered, this is to protect any harm to children and young people in my setting. Ensuring the setting is always clean to stop the spread of infection.
To check that all machinery and equipment is adequately guarded and in good and safe working order prior to being operated and not to make unauthorised or improper use of machinery, equipment and substances. Making sure the correct use of equipment and tools for the job and any protective equipment or safety devices which may be supplied. All toxic, hazardous and highly flammable substances are correctly used, stored and labelled. Report any defect in the premises equipment and facilities which we observe, taking an active interest in promoting health and safety and suggest ways of reducing risks. All accidents should be reported to the person in charge and dealt with immediately by the designated first aider, ensuring personal protective is worn.
Did the guard intentionally not raise an alarm? if so disciplinary measures will immediately come into effect. Once the CCTV system is proven to be working, the next check will be the access control code/ swipe card system is not faulty. Using the current code / card, the system will be physically tested. To ensure there is no fault, an incorrect code/card will be used to ascertain if the software is actually doing its Job.
I should wear Personal Protective equipment, (PPE) gloves, masks, lab coats and safety goggles. I should not have any loose clothing or hair. I will keep my area clean and free of unused chemicals and equipment. I will properly dispose of all supplies and containers. Use proper ventilation while performing my labs.