Injury and Illness Prevention Program

Injury and Illness Prevention Program

Injury and Illness Prevention Program Your role in a safe CSU workplace IMPORTANT! IMPORTANT! The The term term campus campus refers refers to to all all CSU CSU campuses campuses and

and the the Chancellors Chancellors Office. Office. How much do you know about workplace safety? PROPERTIES On passing, 'Finish' button: On failing, 'Finish' button: Allow user to leave quiz: User may view slides after quiz: User may attempt quiz:

Goes to Next Slide Goes to Next Slide At any time At any time Just Once Safety is Everyones Responsibility! By the end of this module, you will know Creating, maintaining, and promoting a safeyour

work responsibilities for at addressing workplace hazards and for environment CSU requires creating a safety responding, if necessary, to workplace conscious

culture. related injury or illness. IIPP Background PROPERTIES Allow user to leave interaction: Show Next Slide Button: Completion Button Label: After viewing all the steps Show upon completion Next Slide Injury and Illness Prevention Program

The IIPP designed Injuryisand Illnessto establish a Program proactive Prevention safety thata will (IIPP)program serves as result in thefor identification

roadmap creating a and elimination safety consciousof workplace safety culture at all California deficiencies before an State University injurycampuses. or illness occurs.

Elements of Injury & Prevention Program Click on each of the components of the IIPP to learn more. Advance to the course review >> Elements of Injury & Prevention Program Click on each of the components of the IIPP to learn more. Advance to the course review >> Individual Responsibilities PROPERTIES Allow user to leave interaction:

Show Next Slide Button: Completion Button Label: After viewing all the steps Show upon completion Return to Elements What do you think? PROPERTIES On passing, 'Finish' button: On failing, 'Finish' button: Allow user to leave quiz: User may view slides after quiz: User may attempt quiz:

Goes to Next Slide Goes to Next Slide After user has completed quiz After attempting quiz Just Once Discipline and Recognition PROPERTIES Allow user to leave interaction: Show Next Slide Button: Completion Button Label: After viewing all the steps

Show always Return to Elements Exchanging Safety Related Information PROPERTIES Allow user to leave interaction: Show Next Slide Button: Completion Button Label: After viewing all the steps Show always Return to Elements Inspecting the Work Environment

PROPERTIES Allow user to leave interaction: Show Next Slide Button: Completion Button Label: After viewing all the steps Show upon completion Return to Elements Incident Investigations and Hazard Correction PROPERTIES Allow user to leave interaction:

Show Next Slide Button: Completion Button Label: After viewing all the steps Show upon completion Return to Elements Employee Safety Training PROPERTIES Allow user to leave interaction: Show Next Slide Button: Completion Button Label: After viewing all the steps

Show upon completion Return to Elements Keeping Records PROPERTIES Allow user to leave interaction: Show Next Slide Button: Completion Button Label: After viewing all the steps Show upon completion Return to Elements Whom to Contact Regarding Safety

PROPERTIES Allow user to leave interaction: Show Next Slide Button: Completion Button Label: Anytime Show always Return to Elements Lets Review Take me to the final quiz >> Lets recap key points about the Injury and Illness

Prevention Program. There are two options available to review before you attempt the final quiz. IIPP Expert Challenge >> IIPP Quick Review >> This interactive learning game will review key concepts from the course and prepare you for the final quiz. This quick review will help you recall key concepts from the course and prepare you for the final quiz.

NOTE: This option will not work with screen reader technology. NOTE: This option will work with screen reader technology. IIPP Expert Challenge << Go back to review again Now that you know more about the IIPP at CSU, youre ready for the IIPP Expert Challenge! This short learning game will review key concepts from the course and prepare you for the final quiz.

Start the challenge >> IIPP Quick Review << Go back to review again The objective of the IIPP is to establish a proactive safety program that will result in the identification and elimination of workplace safety deficiencies before they occur.

The federal Occupational Health and Safety Act, passed in 1970, requires employees and employers to take an active role in ensuring workplace safety. Implementing safe work practices for the task at hand; taking appropriate actions to correct unsafe working conditions; and, discouraging others from engaging in work activities for which they are not appropriately trained are key responsibilities for everyone in the IIPP. Enforcing the safety program within his/her department and assisting in the identification and correction of safety deficiencies within their work area are key responsibilities for supervisors in the IIPP.

Some CSU campuses recognize employees who go beyond the normal call of duty to improve safe working conditions by awarding those individuals with a letter of commendation. IIPP Quick Review << Go back to review again Bulletin board postings, anonymous hazard notifications, employee safety training, written safety programs and group safety meetings are

all methods through which safety related information might be exchanged. Every employee is responsible for visually inspecting his/her work area. In the unfortunate event of a workplace incident resulting in injury or illness, remember to report the incident to your supervisor immediately following medical attention.

Speak with your immediate supervisor to identify the safety related training you need to complete for your position. Contact your campus safety office if you have further questions regarding the Injury and Illness Prevention Program. Final Course Quiz PROPERTIES On passing, 'Finish' button: On failing, 'Finish' button: Allow user to leave quiz: User may view slides after quiz:

User may attempt quiz: Goes to Next Slide Goes to Next Slide After user has completed quiz After passing quiz Just Once Congratulations! This certifies that you have completed the IIPP course with a score of 100% on the final quiz. Click here to download

and personalize a certificate of completion. Print it for your records as proof that you completed this training. IMPORTANT! Falsifying completion of this course by printing and distributing copies of this screen may be subject to disciplinary action. Credits This online course was produced with assistance from: Content and Consultation Michael D. Christensen (CSU Sacramento) Zachary Gifford (Chancellors Office) Members of the IIPP Web-based Training Taskforce Scott Bourdon (CSU Fullerton)

Bruce Bradley (CSU San Marcos) Craig Dawson (Sonoma State) Diane Ehlers (CSU Monterey Bay) Regina Frasca (CSU San Marcos) Rudy Quitoriano (CSU Northridge) Amy Thomas (CSU Stanislaus) Thomas Whitfield (CSU Fullerton) Project Management and Funding Systemwide Professional Development Office of the Vice Chancellor for Human Resources California State University Production Monarch Media, Inc. (Santa Cruz, CA) Trustees of the California State University, 2010

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