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March 2007 UCOP Safety Meeting March 2007 UCOP Safety Meeting

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National Safety Council 2001 Statistics u Home – 33, 300 Deaths (One Every 16 National Safety Council 2001 Statistics u Home – 33, 300 Deaths (One Every 16 Minutes) – 8 Million Injuries (One Every 4 Seconds) u Work – 4900 Deaths (One Every 107 Minutes) – 3. 7 Million Injuries (One Every 9 Seconds) u Motor Vehicles – 44, 000 Deaths (One Every 12 Minutes) – 2. 3 Million Injuries (One Every 14 Seconds)

Home Safety Issues Fire u Earthquake u Slip, Trips, & Falls u Chemicals u Home Safety Issues Fire u Earthquake u Slip, Trips, & Falls u Chemicals u – Poisonings – Fire Electrical u Appliances u Food Safety u Older Adults u Children u Pets u Kitchen u Garage u Consumer Product Recalls u

Three Most Common Causes of Home Injuries u Slips and Falls u Poisoning u Three Most Common Causes of Home Injuries u Slips and Falls u Poisoning u Fire and Burns

Slips and Falls u Annual Home Slip & Fall Statistics: – 6000 Deaths – Slips and Falls u Annual Home Slip & Fall Statistics: – 6000 Deaths – 5. 1 Million Injuries u Elderly (Age 65 and Over) – Leading Cause of Home Injury & Death – >4, 700 Fall-Related Deaths – >1 Million Admitted to Hospital Emergency Rooms for Treatment Related to Falls

Slips and Falls u u u Lights at Top & Bottom of Stairs Hallways Slips and Falls u u u Lights at Top & Bottom of Stairs Hallways & Dark Areas of Home Well-Lit at Night with Night Lights Stairs & Steps – – – Hand Rails Free of Clutter Baby Gates – Home with Infants/Toddlers u Bathroom – Non-Slip Strip or Rubber Mats in Tub – Grab Bars – Wipe Up Spills & Splashed Bathwater Promptly u Slipping/Tripping Hazards – Uneven Surfaces u 3/8 Inch Rise – Can Cause Someone to Trip – Cords & Wires – Throw Rugs with Non. Skid Backing

Slips and Falls (Continued) Use Sturdy Step Stools for Reaching u Follow Medication Instructions Slips and Falls (Continued) Use Sturdy Step Stools for Reaching u Follow Medication Instructions u – Some Cause Dizziness – Lead to a Fall Clean Up Spills, Water & Grease u Wellness/Exercise u – Improve Balance u Low Heel Shoes – Comfort – Balance/Non-Slip

Fire and Burn Prevention u Working Smoke Alarms – Replace Batteries at Least Once Fire and Burn Prevention u Working Smoke Alarms – Replace Batteries at Least Once a Year – Test Each Month – Push the Test Button u Lower Water Heater Temperature to <120 o. F 120 F u Fire Drills O – Know How to Escape – Two Exits out of Each Room & Designated Outside Meeting Place – Escape Plan – Practice Twice a Year

Space Heaters Do Not Use with Extension Cords u Place on Level, Hard and Space Heaters Do Not Use with Extension Cords u Place on Level, Hard and Non-Flammable Surface and Keep Away From u – Rugs, Bedding, & Drapes (At Least 3 Feet Away) – Children, Pets, and Sleeping Persons – From Water (Electrical Heaters) Do Not Leave On When You Sleep u Turn Off When You Leave the Area u Use Space Heater Which Meets Latest Safety Standards & Certified by Underwriters Laboratory u – Automatic Shut-Off – Proximity Sensor Shut-Off

Kitchen Safety u Combustibles Away from Stove Top u – Dishtowels, Curtains, Potholders, Paper, Kitchen Safety u Combustibles Away from Stove Top u – Dishtowels, Curtains, Potholders, Paper, etc. Pot Handles Turned Inward u Storage of Sharp Objects – Knives, Cleavers, etc. u ABC Fire Extinguisher u Use Care in Removing the Cover From Recently Microwave Item – Steam Burns u Slipping, Tripping Hazards in Kitchen – Water, Grease, Mats, Cords & Wires

Kitchen Safety (Continued) u Stove or Range Bolted to Wall or Floor u Avoid Kitchen Safety (Continued) u Stove or Range Bolted to Wall or Floor u Avoid Storing Heavy Items on Top Shelves u Young Children in Household – Child Safety Locks on Drawers & Cabinets u Food Safety – Refrigerator: Label & Date All Foods – Prevent Food Poisoning: Safe Food Temperature Range – Below 40 OF and Over 140 OF – Food Expiration

Kitchen Electrical Safety u Kitchen Plugs - Ground-Fault Circuit Interrupter (GFCI) Type – Test Kitchen Electrical Safety u Kitchen Plugs - Ground-Fault Circuit Interrupter (GFCI) Type – Test Monthly u Plug in Light to GFCI u Press Test Button – Light Should Go Out & Reset Button Should Pop Out u Press Reset Button – Light Should Go Back On Counter Top Appliances Located Away from Sink & Cords Away From Hot Surfaces u Appliance Electrical Cords in Good Condition? u

Storage/Use of Chemicals u Gasoline & Flammable Liquids – Store Only Small Quantities in Storage/Use of Chemicals u Gasoline & Flammable Liquids – Store Only Small Quantities in Closed Containers Labeled, “Gasoline” – Do Not Store in Garage or Basement with Appliances with Pilot Lights u Avoid Using Cleaning Products and Flammable Liquids Around Open Flames u Bleach & Ammonia – Do Not Mix – Creates Chlorine Gas

Poisonings u Lock Up Poisons & Chemicals: Away From Food and Out of Sight Poisonings u Lock Up Poisons & Chemicals: Away From Food and Out of Sight & Reach of Children u Keep Chemicals in Original Containers u Post the Poison Control Center Phone Number: – 1 -800 -222 -1222 u

Carbon Monoxide u Fuel Burning Equipment – Install a Carbon Monoxide Detector u Do Carbon Monoxide u Fuel Burning Equipment – Install a Carbon Monoxide Detector u Do Not Run Generators Indoors, Including the Garage – 32 Generator-Related Fatalities Between October & December 2006 – >64 Generator-Related Fatalities in 2005

Consumer Product Safety Commission u Webpage u - www. cpsc. gov Recent Recalls (February Consumer Product Safety Commission u Webpage u - www. cpsc. gov Recent Recalls (February 2007) – IBM Think. Pad Notebook Li-Ion Battery – Mirraco BMX Bike – Faulty Weld – Sportcraft Inflatable Bounce House - Fan – “Claudia Jublot” Children’s Rings (Sold at Big Lots!) – High Lead Levels – Children’s “Kidsite” Necklace & Earring Sets (Sold at Kmart)–High Lead Levels

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