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Good afternoon everyone my name is katie boone and i am the marketing manager for the NSF is our division here at NSF international oh and thank you for joining us for today's webinar giving an introduction to the newly released iso 45,000 won 2021 I'd like to introduce you to our speaker for today joy Tennyson long gree is our mental health and C business unit manager at NSF joy is a graduate of the university of washington in seattle where she graduated from the school of public health and safety with a master's in public health a BS in environmental health and safety and a BA in Spanish she is a licensed professional environmental engineer registered sanitarian certified of to cold regions and is bilingual in English and Spanish specialized expertise in the areas of environmental health and safety including utilities transportation air quality asset management greenhouse gas and carbon footprints as well as environmental program policies protection and compliance choice is also one of the first orders globally receive her weed auditor credentials for eyes'll 45,000 occupational and safety just have a few housekeeping items before we get started today during the webinar the attendee be placed on mute to prevent from any distractions if you have any questions at all during the event please use the chat function and I will get to those questions as possible and we will do a Q&A at the end of the session this webinar is being recorded all registrants will receive an email with a link to download the webinar as well as a PDF of the slides again thank you for joining us today and supporting NSF it's greatly appreciated and I want you to go ahead and take it away joy most having some audio joy okay can you hear me now yes I can go ahead you're all set mmm great thank you Katie and thank you everybody for taking time from your busy schedule to share an hour with us to go over an exciting new international standard the occupational health and safety management standard so today we'll be walking through a proline Katie okay it's just a little delay here so what we're going to cover today is we're going to go over an introduction of the standard again hooray it's published it was published on March 12th just last month we'll go over briefly the benefits the differences between OSS 18001 and ISO 45,000 one patient health and safety I'll be highlighting what the differences are and the emphasis in the new international standard I'll talk to you about them timing for migration or transition to the new standard and what you can do to plan and then ask for any questions you might have there's a slight delay in getting these there we go so as all of you may be aware that we've had a number of webinars associated with the occupational health and safety management system 45000 one and.

FAQ

How is occupational Health and safety at Tesla Motors?
Not good. There were recently deaths of the workers inside the factory, employee often complaint about hse management.Tesla workers say factory safety is worse than sawmills and slaughterhousesTesla isn’t a clean company if it treats its workers like dirt
What are the requirements of OSHA?
I would like to answer your question instead of “What are the requirements OF OSHA” to “What does OSHA require?”Broadly speaking OSHA requires employers to pra safe place for their employees, providing an environment where a worker can have a reasonable assurance the building s/he is in won’t collapse or easily become a fire waiting to happen as well as other threats an employee may face while in the environment of the workplace. That part covers the “S” in OSHA even though Safety and Health are closely intertwined.OSHA is intended to make it very difficult or prevent entirely an employee’s contact with such things as corrosives, bio hazards, chemicals known to cause damage or disease (think cancer, heart and lung disease, kidney damage/failure and so forth) with a mandate aimed at labeling such hazards clearly so a worker is reasonably certain they are handling materials threatening their mortality. This is partly why we have nearly-universal symbols which can be recognized quickly (such as radiation and bio hazards) without the need to know any particular language to understand a particular danger.In both cases of Safety and Health an employer is required to prsafety equipment to mitigate endangerment to its employees by providing protective equipment such as hardhats or gear like self-contained breathing apparatus (such as a firefighter must wear) to the full-on protective gear covering the entire body of an employee handling agents which could cause bodily harm even if such danger is unknown (as was the tragic case of Madame Curie).Many employers have safety experts for the sole purpose of recognizing hazards or potential hazards of any nature, reporting their findings to their employer. If a danger is imminent steps must be taken to remove a hazard or quickly alert workers to danger (slip and fall signs we see almost everywhere a floor has been recently cleaned, or the activation of a fire alarm). After an incident OSHA representatives may respond in order to prevent such dangers in the future absent any authority given fire and building inspectors for safety enforcement.Thanks for your time.
How did occupational health and safety originate?
Basically from a rising number of needless workplace deaths. If business won’t self regulate, then the government has to step in once it becomes a public health issue. There are huge ranges of what people think that level should be, but the simple fact is that in 1970, the Occupational Safety and Health Act was established.Introduction to Workplace SafetyThe story goes way back, even before American Industry was large. The example used in the article above shows that in Britain, it wasn’t until 1833 that they decided to restrict factory work to those who were at least 9 years old. Could you imagine your 9 year old child working in an industrial revolutionary factory? Safety guards were hardly a thought.Its been a slow evolution since, but the OSHA Act did make rules a lot more clear and gave the businesses a reason to comply, even if it was citations and fines after the fact. Modern businesses are starting to realize that cheaping out on safety will actually cost them more in expenses in the long run, and many places seek to go above and beyond the legal minimum.
How hard is it to find jobs in Occupational health and safety in Australia?
There are quite a lot of factors you have to take into account to answer this question including what your industry experience is, your qualifications and your geographic location.Given the Construction boom that is currently underway on the Eastern side of Australia (Brisbane, Sydney and Melbourne) there is a greater demand for health and safety professionals/practitioners that know how the construction industry works. If you have at least 5 years experience and a relevant degree then you should be able to easily find a role.If you have more experience but no qualifications as long as the experience is in health and safety roles then a lack of a degree shouldn't stop you getting a role.
How is occupational health and safety related to the IT industry?
Having worked as an occupational therapist in that area, I can attest that there are many occupational health issues related to IT work.Some are obvious—cumulative trauma as the result of long-held postures and repetitive motion. The nerves in the wrist and at the elbow are often subject to trauma, due to consent keyboard and mouse work, particularly when the level of the work surface cannot be adjusted. The ability of chair adjustment is also a factor. The result is a posture that reduces blood flow to the upper extremities and facilities the onset of trauma.Another factor is sustained work and posture without change of position or change in the activity. IT workers can become very focused on their work and much time can pass without any relief of their position. It’s simply not easy to take programmed breaks in programming? If the work is support, add the stress of customers on the other end setting your schedule for you.Screens are getting much better, but there is still significant eye strain, and there is growing evidence of the negative effects of certain colors/temperatures of light. And into this you have to consider ambient room lighting.Because many workers are young, there is less incidence, thankfully, but as they age the problems can evolve.Another area not often realized is back injuries. IT staff often have to install servers or batteries that are hefty, into small closets. And being IT workers, they generally are not in shape for such lifting, or may not be provided the equipment to minimize the loads. And sometimes it just can’t be done safely.The best approach is prevention. It is unlikely that employers are going to rush out and meet your postural needs, but workers can choose a discipline of timed breaks, if only to stand and stretch. Sadly, most don't until they have issues. Good sleep and diet, and regular exercise is very helpful. Again, this is not common, unless the person simply focuses on those issues normally in their lives.One of the growing issues is the growing trend towards laptop use. It’s simply hard to modify a laptop for good ergonomics, unless keyboards and pointing devices, and larger screens are added.