1 Post MD in Residence Placement This presentation can be reviewed individually or as a PowerPoint presentation for groups Successful completion of a quiz is required
2 What Applies to Me? 1) The Occupational Health and Safety Policy of the employer whose name is on your paycheck 2) Occupational Health and Safety Act of Ontario including Health Care Regulations 3) The local policies of the institution you are working in
3 WHMIS Awareness for Physicians and Trainees Physicians & their Staff should Participate in WHMIS training Apply this training in their workplace Recognize and report hazards to the supervisor or manager of the workplace
4 Occupational Health & Safety Act Governs workplace health and safety through interaction of government, employer, supervisors and workers Requires a Joint Health & Safety Committee Applies to all workers in Ontario McMaster University is covered by the Industrial Regulations
5 Definition of a Supervisor The Occupational Health & Safety Act states a supervisor means a person who has charge of a workplace or authority over a worker.
6 Supervisor Responsibilities from the Occupational Health & Safety Act 27. (1) A supervisor shall ensure that a worker, (a) works in the manner and with the protective devices, measures and procedures required by this Act and the regulations; and (b) uses or wears the equipment, protective devices or clothing that the worker s employer requires to be used or worn. Additional duties of supervisor (2) Without limiting the duty imposed by subsection (1), a supervisor shall, (a) advise a worker of the existence of any potential or actual danger to the health or safety of the worker of which the supervisor is aware; (b) where so prescribed, provide a worker with written instructions as to the measures and procedures to be taken for protection of the worker; and (c) take every precaution reasonable in the circumstances for the protection of a worker.
7 3 Main Components of WHMIS (Workplace Hazardous Materials Information System) Labeling Requirements Supplier WHMIS label Workplace Label MSDS Material Safety Data Sheets Training For employees working with hazards
8 WHMIS Symbols Class A - Compressed Gas Cylinder o Any material which is a gas at normal temperature and pressure, example: cylinders of compressed oxygen Class B - Flammable & Combustible Material o Flammables - Gasoline is a flammable liquid Class C - Oxidizing Material o Substance that will cause another substance to burn.
9 WHMIS Symbols Class D - Poisonous & Infectious Material D1 - Materials Causing Immediate & Serious Toxic Effects (Acute) D2 - Materials Causing Other Toxic Effects (Chronic) D3 - Bio-hazardous Infectious Material - a biohazard can be either a living organism or the chemical toxin that it produces
10 WHMIS Symbols Class E - Corrosive Material o Includes both acids and bases, the symbol illustrates the destruction of tissue Class F - Dangerously Reactive Material o May produce a poisonous gas or may react if the container is heated, pressurized or agitated. e.g. Hydrogen Peroxide in its concentrated form
11 Material Safety Data Sheet Availability MSDS must be readily accessible to employees MSDS are for WHMIS-controlled products MSDS must be less than 3 years old
12 Supplier Labels Supplier must provide label on WHMIS-controlled product
13 Workplace Labels Must contain three items; Name of the chemical, Reference to the MSDS and Safe handling instructions. Isopropyl alcohol See MSDS Wear gloves and lab coat
14 Ontario Regulation 67/93 HEALTH CARE AND RESIDENTIAL FACILITIES
15 3. Variations from the Act Variations within measures and procedures are permitted if; the variation affords protection for the health or safety of a worker equal to or greater than the current prescribed requirement and notice is given to the Joint Health and Safety Committee
16 8. General Duty to Establish Measures and Procedures Every employer in consultation with the joint health and safety committee or health and safety representative, if any, and upon consideration of the recommendation thereof, shall develop, establish and put into effect measures and procedures for the health and safety of workers.
17 9. Measures and Procedures The employer shall reduce the measures and procedures for the health and safety of workers established under section 8 to writing and such measures and procedures may deal with, but are not limited to, the following: 1. Safe work practices. 2. Safe working conditions. 3. Proper hygiene practices
18 9. Measures and Procedures cont d 4. Control of Infections 5. Immunization and inoculation against infectious diseases. 6. The use of appropriate antiseptics, disinfectants and decontaminants. 7. The hazards of biological, chemical and physical agents present in the workplace, including the hazards of dispensing or administering such agents.
19 9. Measures and Procedures cont d 8. Measures to protect workers from exposure to a biological, chemical or physical agent that is or may be a hazard to the reproductive capacity of a worker, the pregnancy of a worker or the nursing of a child of a worker.
20 9. Measures and Procedures cont d 9. The proper use, maintenance and operation of equipment. 10. The reporting of unsafe or defective devices, equipment or work surfaces. 11. The purchasing of equipment that is properly designed and constructed
21 9. Measures and Procedures cont d 12. The use, wearing and care of personal protective equipment and its limitations. 13. The handling, cleaning and disposal of soiled linen, sharp objects and waste.
22 9. Procedure review (2) At least once a year the measures and procedures for the health and safety of workers shall be reviewed and revised in the light of current knowledge and practice. (3) The review and revision of the measures and procedures shall be done more frequently than annually if, (a) the employer, on the advice of the joint health and safety committee or health and safety representative, if any, determines that such review and revision is necessary; or (b) there is a change in circumstances that may affect the health and safety of a worker.
23 9. Training (4) The employer, in consultation with and in consideration of the recommendation of the Joint Health and Safety Committee or health and safety representative, if any, shall develop, establish and provide training and educational programs in health and safety measures and procedures for workers that are relevant to the workers work.
24 10. Personal protective equipment PPE that is to be provided, worn or used shall, (a) be properly used and maintained; (b) be a proper fit; (c) be inspected for damage or deterioration; and (d) be stored in a convenient, clean and sanitary location.
25 15. X - Ray (1) A worker who supports, positions or restrains a patient or resident during X-ray irradiation of the patient or resident shall be provided with and wear a protective apron and protective gloves and, where appropriate, a protective collar. (2) The equipment provided under subsection (1) shall have a lead equivalence of at least 0.5 millimeters
26 18. Hazardous Room This section applies with respect to a hazardous room, (a) with an area greater than fifteen square meters; (b).. travel greater than 4.5 meters from any point in the room to an egress doorway. (2) A hazardous room shall have at least two egress doorways. (3) One egress doorway.twenty-five meters from any point in the room. (4) A hazardous room shall be located in a floor area that has at least two exits. (5) In this section, hazardous room means a room containing a substance which, because of its nature or the form in which the substance exists, is handled or stored, may explode or become easily ignited causing a fire or creating an atmosphere or condition of imminent hazard to a worker.
27 19. Indoor Ventilation (1) General indoor ventilation adequate to protect the health and safety of a worker shall be provided by natural or mechanical means. (2) A mechanical ventilation system shall be inspected every six months to ensure it is in good condition. (3) The inspection referred to in subsection (2) shall be carried out by a person who is qualified by training and experience to make such an inspection. (4) The person carrying out the inspection shall file a report on the inspection with the employer and with the joint health and safety committee or health and safety representative, if any. (5) A mechanical ventilation system, (a) shall be serviced and have maintenance work performed on it as frequently as recommended by the manufacturer; and (b) shall be serviced, have maintenance work performed on it or be repaired when a report referred to in subsection (4) indicates it is necessary to ensure the system is maintained in good condition.
28 Sections Section 21 - Heating Requirement to maintain a workplace at an appropriate temperature Section 22 - Lighting Requirements for minimum lighting Section 24 Video Display Terminals If a worker uses a VDT for a continuous period of one hour or more, the worker shall have at least five minutes of time free from such work in every hour
29 Sections Section 31 - Storage Refrigerators used to store cultures, specimens or biological ampoules shall not be used to store food. Section 32 - Hygiene No food, drink, tobacco or cosmetics shall be consumed, applied or kept in areas where infectious materials, hazardous chemicals or hazardous drugs are used, handled or stored.
30 34. Wet Surfaces (1) If there is a spill of a liquid or material on a work surface that is likely to cause a worker to slip or fall, it shall be cleaned up forthwith and, until cleaned up, it shall be identified by a conspicuous warning sign. (2) If a work surface is slippery when it is being cleaned or polished, a conspicuous sign warning that the surface is slippery shall be posted during cleaning or polishing.
31 34. Wet Surfaces cont d If wet processes are used, or wet conditions are present, on a work surface and they cause it to be slippery, steps necessary to remedy the situation shall be taken including, (a) the use of non-slip work surfaces; (b) the provision of dry-standing places or non-slip mats; (c) the provision of drainage adequate in the circumstances; or (d) the use of water resistant, non-slip footwear by workers who may use the work surface.
32 44. Machinery/Equipment Machinery or equipment shall be, (a) suitable for its actual use; (b) constructed of materials of sufficient size and strength to withstand imposed stresses; (c) provided with locking devices in order to prevent accidental operation which may be a hazard to a worker; (d) placed on a surface that is capable of supporting it; (e) inspected immediately before its use and at regular intervals as recommended by the manufacturer; (f) serviced and maintained in accordance with the recommendations and instructions of the manufacturer; (g) operated by a worker trained in its use and function; and (h) stored in a manner that prevents its movement.
33 55. Self Propelled Equipment Before lifting or self-propelled mobile equipment is operated after its repair or modification, a person qualified by training and experience to do so shall inspect it to ensure that it is in good condition and a record shall be kept of the inspection.
34 59. Centrifuge (1) A centrifuge shall be maintained and operated in accordance with the recommendations and instructions of its manufacturer. (2) A centrifuge shall be designed or equipped with a device to prevent it from being operated at a speed in excess of that for which it was designed and intended. (3) The load in a centrifuge shall be balanced to minimize vibration during its operation. (4) If a flammable or infectious material is being centrifuged, a legible sign warning of the hazard shall be posted in the area where the centrifuge is being operated. (5) If a bench-model centrifuge is being used to centrifuge a flammable or infectious material, it shall be operated in a biological safety cabinet or be otherwise appropriately contained, unless sealed safety heads or sealed centrifugal caps are used.
35 60. Autoclave (1) An autoclave or sterilization machine shall, (a) if the sterilant used in it is ethylene oxide or another hazardous chemical, be vented to the outdoors; (b) be operated by a worker qualified by training and experience to do so; (c) have its operating and emergency instructions posted adjacent to it; (d) be maintained on a regular basis and be inspected at least once every three months; (e) be tested when first put into service and annually thereafter by a person qualified by training and experience to do so and a record of the test shall be kept; and (f) have a pressure relief valve set at a pressure not exceeding that for which it was designed and intended. (2) After its operation or use, an autoclave or sterilization machine shall not be opened until its pressure has returned to atmospheric pressure.
36 61. Autoclave (1) Subject to subsection (2), a worker who is loading or unloading an autoclave or sterilization machine shall be provided with and wear aprons and elbow-length insulated gloves of an impervious material. (2) If the autoclave or sterilization machine does not use heat, the gloves are not required to be insulated.
37 74. Compressed Gas Cylinders (1) A storage cylinder for compressed gas shall, (a) have a valve connection which prevents an inadvertent connection that would result in a hazardous mixture of gases; (b) be secured in position during transportation, storage or use; (c) not be rolled, slid or dropped; (d) if designed for the use of a valve protection cap, have the valve protection cap in position when the cylinder is being transported or stored; (e) if it contains acetylene, be in an upright position; (f) be protected from physical damage; (g) if it is empty, be labeled accordingly and have the valve securely turned off; and (h) be stored in a well-ventilated area, away from any source of ignition.
38 74. Compressed Gas Cylinders cont d (2) Subsection (1) does not apply to fire extinguishers or calibration equipment. (3) A cylinder containing compressed flammable gas shall be stored, (a) at least six meters from any cylinder containing oxygen; or (b) with a barrier of noncombustible material at least 1.5 meters high having a fire resistance rating of at least one-half hour separating it from any cylinder containing oxygen. (4) The area where compressed gas cylinders are stored shall be posted as a no smoking area and no person shall smoke in the area.
39 96. Anesthetic Gases Where anesthetic gases are likely to be present, the following measures and procedures shall be put into effect: 1. The installation of effective scavenging systems to collect, remove and dispose of waste gases. 2. The installation and use of anesthesia respirators and machines to reduce contamination of the air in the room during administration of anesthetic gases. 3. The implementation and use of a maintenance program for scavenging systems and anesthesia respirators and machines and for inspecting for leakage on a monthly basis. 4. The adoption and use of proper work practices to reduce contamination of the room air during the administration of anesthetic gases. 5. The regular maintenance of the ventilation system including filters.
40 97. Antineoplastic Drugs (1) The employer shall, in consultation with the joint health and safety committee or health and safety representative, if any, develop, establish and put into effect written measures and procedures to protect workers who may be exposed to antineoplastic agents or to material or equipment contaminated with antineoplastic agents. (2) The measures and procedures required by subsection (1) shall include, (a) procedures for the storing, preparing, handling, using, transporting and disposing of antineoplastic agents and material contaminated with antineoplastic agents; (b) emergency procedures to be followed in the event of a worker s exposure to antineoplastic agents by a needle puncture, inhalation or skin contact; (c) procedures for the maintenance and disposal of equipment contaminated with antineoplastic agents; (d) measures for the use of engineering controls, work practices, hygiene practices and facilities or personal protective equipment appropriate in the circumstances; and (e) measures for the use of an appropriate biological safety cabinet for the preparation of antineoplastic agents. (3) The employer shall provide training and instruction in the measures and procedures described in subsection (2) to workers who may be exposed to antineoplastic agents or to material or equipment contaminated with antineoplastic agents.
41 99. Flammable Liquids (1) Flammable liquids shall be handled in such a manner so as to prevent the hazard of explosion or fire. (2) Flammable liquids shall be, (a) dispensed, removed from any potential source of ignition; (b) if dispensed indoors, dispensed in an area equipped with ventilation adequate to remove any hazardous concentration of fume or vapour; (c) transported in containers that prevent any leakage or spillage of the liquids or in containers equipped with spring-loaded caps; and (d) handled in a manner that prevents any leakage or spillage of the liquids, if such leakage or spillage would result in exposing the liquids to a proximate source of potential ignition that cannot be eliminated. (3) If flammable liquid is being dispensed from a holding container, the dispensing equipment, the containers from which the flammable liquid is dispensed and the containers into which the flammable liquid is to be placed shall be bonded and grounded so as to prevent any explosion hazard.
42 100. Flammable Liquids (1) Flammable liquids shall be brought into a workplace only if the liquids are contained in, (a) sealed containers; (b) containers that prevent any leakage or spillage of the liquids; or (c) containers equipped with a flame arrester. (2) If flammable liquids are brought into a workplace in sealed containers, the containers shall remain sealed until the contents or a portion of the contents is required for immediate use. (3) After the flammable liquids that were brought into a workplace in sealed containers have been used, the remaining contents of the containers and any unused quantities of the flammable liquids shall be stored, (a) in containers that prevent any leakage or spillage of the liquids; or (b) in containers equipped with a spring-loaded cap.
43 109. Laboratories (1) In a laboratory, appropriate disinfectants and decontaminants shall be provided and used to clean workbench, fume hood and safety cabinet surfaces and floors. (2) In a laboratory where spills of a hazardous material are likely to occur, workbench, fume hood and safety cabinet surfaces and floors shall consist of a smooth nonporous or impervious material.
44 113. Sharps (1) Objects referred to in subsection (2) that are being discarded as waste materials shall be placed in puncture-resistant containers. (2) Subsection (1) applies to needles, knives, scissors, scalpels, broken glass or other sharp objects that are capable of cutting or penetrating the skin or any part of a worker s body.
45 114. Sharps (1) Used needles that are being discarded as waste material shall be discarded, immediately after use and without being bent or recapped, into a punctureresistant container. (2) If it is impracticable to discard used needles in accordance with subsection (1), (a) the employer shall provide a device or equipment that protects workers from being accidentally punctured while they are recapping used needles; and (b) the needles shall be recapped using the device or equipment described in clause (a) by workers who have received instruction and training in the use of that device or equipment. (3) The kind of device or equipment provided under clause (2) (a) shall be chosen by the employer after consulting with the joint health and safety committee or health and safety representative, if any, and after considering their recommendations.
46 McMaster University Risk Management Manual Risk Management Manual (RMM) programs. Each program of the RMM identifies procedures, controls, training or equipment to protect workers from a hazard. The RMMs address hazards in the workplace.
47 Hazard-Specific Training 1) Supervisor must ensure employees have training. Examples: sharps / blood borne pathogens / violent patients / ergonomics / etc 2) Supervisors identify training required. 3) Training must be evaluated.
48 Quiz 1. Hand in to your program 2. Your program will keep a record as site specific training.
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