Slips, Trips, and Falls! - Office of The President
Slips, Trips, and Falls! November 2010 Safety Meeting Presentation Developed by: Karen Hsi , EH&S Student Intern Why is prevention of slips, trips, and falls important? Constitutes majority of accidents in industries Causes great economical loss Amounts for a lot of pain and suffering All which would be avoided if we: - understand how fall accidents happen - identify trouble areas - eliminate or minimize hazards of falling
How do falls happen? 60% of falls happen on the same level resulting from slips and trips Slips too little friction or traction between the footwear and walking surface Trips when foot collides with an object causing you to lose balance and fall Common Causes For Slips:
For Trips: Wet or Oily surfaces Occasional spills Obstructed view Poor lighting Weather hazards Loose, unanchored Clutter in your way
Wrinkled carpeting rugs or mats Flooring or other walking surfaces that do not have same degree of traction in all areas Uncovered cables Bottom drawers not being closed Uneven walking surfaces
How to prevent falls due to slips and trips? Good Housekeeping Quality of walking surfaces (flooring) Selection of proper footwear Appropriate pace of walking Critical for preventing slips, trips, and falls Recent Slips, Trips, and
Falls 3 slips, trips, and falls this year Fall on UCOP sidewalk near BART station due to perforated tile Trip on unsecure plastic floor covers during remodeling/construction Spaghetti wire trips causing rug burns, Xerox printer oil causing people to slip, Kitchen spills After Hours Be Cautious of Custodial Cleaning What can you do to avoid
falling at work? Employers responsibility to provide safe environment Employees can improve own safety: Taking your time and paying attention walking with feet pointed slightly outward making wide turns at corners having sufficient lighting for tasks ensuring that things you are carrying/pushing do not prevent you from seeing obstructions and spills
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