Clearfield Area School District
Clearfield Area Jr-Sr High School
Clearfield Area Elementary
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EMPLOYEE SAFETY "DO's & DON'Ts" CHECKLIST
DON'T Do These Things!
Leave cords, boxes and other materials in aisles.
Block emergency exits.
Use extension cords unless necessary.
Overload electrical outlets.
Leave combustible trash in open containers.
Leave containers of chemicals open.
Carry loads you cannot see over.
Smoke in unauthorized areas.
Safety Things to DO
KNOW WHO TO CONTACT AND WHERE TO GO IN AN EMERGENCY
Know where fire extinguishers and first-aid kits are kept.
Use a ladder or step stool, rather than stand on furniture or boxes, to reach high places.
Report slippery or uneven floor surfaces, torn carpet or linoleum.
Keep file drawers and desk drawers closed.
Stack cartons and supplies carefully so they won't fall.
Be sure file cabinets aren't top-heavy.
Report/replace electrical cords when insulation frays.
Report poor lighting or missing handrails on stairs.
Make sure electrical plugs match their outlets.
Put materials and papers away when not in use.
Check container labels and material safety data sheets before using office chemicals.
Be careful with knife cutters, razor blades, scissors, and other pointed objects that could cause injuries.
Check that fire extinguishers are inspected regularly.
Use dollies and similar equipment to move large or heavy items.
Use proper lifting techniques that let the legs, not the back, do the work.
Make sure your computer workstation is properly adjusted.
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Workplace safety concerns
should be directed on-line
Workplace Safety Hazard REPORTING FORM
CASD Maintenance Department work order
Hazards requiring immediate attention should be
brought to the attention of the Building Principal!
Jeff Kavelak, Chairman