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Safety Procedure Manual SPM-008 QAC MONTHLY SAFETY BRIEFING HAND OUT CRS# 00152

PRESENTATION

Safety Procedure Manual SPM-008 QUICK AVIATION CONSULTANTS (QAC) MONTHLY SAFETY BRIEFING For All Employees

POLICY & PROCEDURES QAC Monthly Safety Briefing SPM-008

PURPOSE:

The purpose of this Monthly Safety Briefing is to inform all QAC employees of known or potential workplace Safety hazards and to control or prevent workplace Safety hazards. This program support compliance with the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) Safety Training guide lines found in 29 CFR's. This program applies to all company employees and who are working at QAC.

RESPONSIBILITIES:

The Program Administrator: Safety Supervisor This person is responsible for: Issuing and administering this Safety Briefing and making sure that the program satisfies the requirements of all applicable Federal and State safety requirements. Providing monthly training of employees on work place safety. Maintaining of the training records of all employees included in each monthly training sessions.

MONTHLY SAFETY BRIEFING

The Monthly Safety Briefing will be conducted monthly by the Safety Supervisor or he may delegate to any qualified individual. Safety Briefings may be accomplished by classroom instruction, Videos, on the job training (OJT) or by using hand-out/training literatures. All Safety Briefings will be documented on QAC Form-205 (Training Record) and QAC Form 371 (Class attendance log sheet). All available employees that are present during the training session will be recorded and certificate issued for the completion of the training. Employees absent or not available for the scheduled training will be re-scheduled if possible. For lesson plans and hand-out of the Monthly Safety Briefings see QAC SPM-008, Pages 5 thru 29 of this manual.

JANUARY MONTHLY SAFETY BRIEFING TOPIC:

METAL CUTTING AND WELDING HAND-OUT Smart gamblers go with the odds - -when you gamble with your own health and safety or that of others, there are no winners, ONLY LOSERS! Metal welding and cutting activities have many hidden hazards; those who attempt to learn just by doing are taking a gamble that could lead to heavy losses, maybe their life. To become skilled at welding and cutting requires proper training in equipment selection, usage, handling, storing, and maintenance, as well as having a thorough understanding of all required safety regulations, including OSHA 1926, Subpart J. Many of you have a great deal of experience and skill at cutting and welding metals, but have your safety skills kept up with your physical skills? Do you totally understand what personal protective equipment may be required for various jobs? Do you always use the appropriate eye and face protector with the proper lens filter, as well as hearing and respiratory protection as outlined in OSHA 1926, Subpart E? Do you always keep suitable fire fighting equipment immediately available in the work area? Do you make sure that drums and containers which contain, or may have contained, flammable or combustible liquids, as well as any other flammable or combustible materials, are removed from the sparking zone? Are you aware of the health hazards caused by grinding, cutting, or welding on protective or preservative coatings. Make it your business to know these hazards and take all necessary measures before you start, especially if you consider that developing cancer is serious. As you can see, there is much more to welding and cutting than the physical act - - whether you're a beginner or an old timer, don't gamble on a sure loser - - take time to learn - - understand - - and practice - - proper welding and cutting safety. If you want more information on the above safety topic, please see your supervisor or contact your company safety supervisor.

Safety Procedure Manual SPM-008 QAC MONTHLY SAFETY BRIEFING HAND OUT CRS# 00152

WORK BOOK HANDOUT

Safety Procedure Manual SPM-008 QAC MONTHLY SAFETY BRIEFING HAND OUT CRS# 00152

NAME: ___________ DATE: ________

Training Presented By: ____________________

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POLICY & PROCEDURES

QAC Monthly Safety Briefing SPM-008 PURPOSE:

The purpose of this Monthly Safety Briefing is to inform all Quick Aviation Consultants (QAC) employee(s) of known or potential workplace Safety hazards and to control or prevent workplace Safety hazards. This program support compliance with the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) Safety Training guide lines found in 29 CFR's. This program applies to all company employees who are working at Quick Aviation Consultants.

RESPONSIBILITIES: The Program Administrator: Safety Supervisor

This person is responsible for: 1. Issuing and administering this Safety Briefing and making sure that the program satisfies the requirements of all applicable Federal, State safety requirements. 2. Providing monthly training of employees on work place safety. 3. Maintaining of the training records of all employees included in each monthly training sessions.

MONTHLY SAFETY BRIEFING

The Monthly Safety Briefing will be conducted monthly by the Safety Supervisor or he may delegate to any qualified individual. Safety Briefings may be accomplished by classroom instruction, Videos, on the job training (OJT) or by using hand-out/training literatures. All Safety Briefings will be documented on QAC Form 205 (Training Record) and QAC Form 371 (Class attendance log sheet). All available employees that are present during the training session will be recorded and certificate issued for the completion of the training. Employees absent or not available for the scheduling training will be re-schedule if possible. For lesson plans and hand-out of the Monthly Safety Briefings see QAC SPM-008, Pages 5 thru 29 of this manual.

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Training Record

Name: ______________________

Emp. No.: _____________

Job Title: __________________________________________

This is to certify that on ______________the above mentioned individual received On the Job Training as described below: OJT: ____________ Class: ___________ Video: ________

Part No: _________________

general safety issues in the work place.

ATA System ________________

Description of Training: January Monthly Safety Briefing. On Job the Training (OJT) covering SAFTEY TIPS:

ADEQUATE VENTILATION CAN BE A KEY FACTOR IN KEEPING AIRBORNE CONTAMINATION, FUMES, AND GASSES FROM YOUR BREATHING ZONE. IF VENTILATION IS POOR, BREATHING APPRATAUS SHOULD BE USED.

Training Hours: _________ Training Performed By: Trainer's Position:

Location: ____________________ _____________________ _______________ __________ __________

___________

Signature: ________ _____

Employee: __________________ Signature: __

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JANUARY MONTHLY SAFETY BRIEFING TOPIC: METAL CUTTING AND WELDING HAND-OUT

Smart gamblers go with the odds - -when you gamble with your own health and safety or that of others, there are no winners, ONLY LOSERS! Metal welding and cutting activities have many hidden hazards; those who attempt to learn just by doing are taking a gamble that could lead to heavy losses, maybe their life. To become skilled at welding and cutting requires proper training in equipment selection, usage, handling, storing, and maintenance, as well as having a thorough understanding of all required safety regulations, including OSHA 1926, Subpart J. Many of you have a great deal of experience and skill at cutting and welding metals, but have your safety skills kept up with your physical skills? Do you totally understand what personal protective equipment may be required for various jobs? Do you always use the appropriate eye and face protector with the proper lens filter, as well as hearing and respiratory protection as outlined in OSHA 1926, Subpart E? Do you always keep suitable fire fighting equipment immediately available in the work area? Do you make sure that drums and containers which contain, or may have contained, flammable or combustible liquids, as well as any other flammable or combustible materials, are removed from the sparking zone? Are you aware of the health hazards caused by grinding, cutting, or welding on protective or preservative coatings. Make it your business to know these hazards and take all necessary measures before you start, especially if you consider that developing cancer is serious. As you can see, there is much more to welding and cutting than the physical act - - whether you're a beginner or an old timer, don't gamble on a sure loser - - take time to learn - - understand - - and practice - - proper welding and cutting safety.

If you want more information on the above safety topic, please see your supervisor or contact your company safety supervisor.

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QAC Monthly Safety Briefing SPM-008

Complete OSHA regulations will be made available to any QAC employee upon their written request. Hard copies of most requested OSHA regulations will be on file in the Safety Supervisor office. Any requested OSHA regulations will be provided through the internet or by placing order to OSHA printing office. Training will be provided for all of QAC employees on OSHA compliance requirements and through the Monthly Safety Briefing, as well as the Safety Procedure Manuals will be available for employees to review at their request. All Safety Training will be documented on the QAC Form-205 (Training Record) and kept in the employee training file per QAC procedures. QAC will use the Federal Registers Safety and Health Program Management Guidelines; Issuance of Voluntary Guidelines 54:3904-3916 dated 01/26/1989 and OSHA regulations for QAC Safety Procedure Manuals. Every effort will be made to comply with all OSHA regulations and interpretation to prevent occupational injuries and illnesses and to make sure all possible means to identify and remove all workplace hazards from QAC employees.

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Training Class Attendance Log

Class Title: Emp. # Employee Name Duration: Employee Signature Date

______________________ Trainers Name

_______________________ Trainers Signature

__________ Date

QAC Form 371 Revised 11/02/2010

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JANUARY MONTHLY SAFETY BRIEFING SELF STUDY GUIDE CRS# 00152 HAND OUT

JANUARY MONTHLY SAFETY BRIEFING HAND OUT METAL CUTTING & WELDING

TYPE TRAINING: SELF STUDY

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Training Record

Name: ______________________

Emp. No.: _____________

Job Title: __________________________________________

This is to certify that on ______________the above mentioned individual received On the Job Training as described below: Self Study: ____X______ Class: ___________ Video: ________

Part No: _________________

general safety issues in the work place.

ATA System ________________

Description of Training: January Monthly Safety Briefing. On Job the Training (OJT) covering SAFTEY TIPS:

ADEQUATE VENTILATION CAN BE A KEY FACTOR IN KEEPING AIRBORNE CONTAMINATION, FUMES, AND GASSES FROM YOUR BREATHING ZONE. IF VENTILATION IS POOR, BREATHING APPRATAUS SHOULD BE USED.

Training Hours: __0.5____ Training Performed By:

Location: __Repair Station____ Self Study Hand-out _____________ _________ _____ __

Trainer's Position: Safety Supervisor_ Signature: _________ Employee:________________________ Signature: ____

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JANUARY MONTHLY SAFETY BRIEFING TOPIC: METAL CUTTING AND WELDING HAND-OUT

Smart gamblers go with the odds - -when you gamble with your own health and safety or that of others, there are no winners, ONLY LOSERS! Metal welding and cutting activities have many hidden hazards; those who attempt to learn just by doing are taking a gamble that could lead to heavy losses, maybe their life. To become skilled at welding and cutting requires proper training in equipment selection, usage, handling, storing, and maintenance, as well as having a thorough understanding of all required safety regulations, including OSHA 1926, Subpart J. Many of you have a great deal of experience and skill at cutting and welding metals, but have your safety skills kept up with your physical skills? Do you totally understand what personal protective equipment may be required for various jobs? Do you always use the appropriate eye and face protector with the proper lens filter, as well as hearing and respiratory protection as outlined in OSHA 1926, Subpart E? Do you always keep suitable fire fighting equipment immediately available in the work area? Do you make sure that drums and containers which contain, or may have contained, flammable or combustible liquids, as well as any other flammable or combustible materials, are removed from the sparking zone? Are you aware of the health hazards caused by grinding, cutting, or welding on protective or preservative coatings. Make it your business to know these hazards and take all necessary measures before you start, especially if you consider that developing cancer is serious. As you can see, there is much more to welding and cutting than the physical act - - whether you're a beginner or an old timer, don't gamble on a sure loser - - take time to learn - - understand - - and practice - - proper welding and cutting safety.

If you want more information on the above safety topic, please see your supervisor or contact your company safety supervisor.

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Safety Procedure Manual SPM-008 QAC MONTHLY SAFETY BRIEFING HAND OUT CRS# 00152

QUIZ

SPM-008 MONTHLY SAFETY BRIEFING TEST QUESTIONNAIRE

1.) What is January Monthly Safety Briefing Topic? (a) (b) (c) (d) 2.) Metal Cutting and Welding Hand-out. Adequate Ventilation Hand-out. Welding and Metal Cutting Hand-out. All the Above.

Is the Safety Supervisor the Program Administrator for Monthly Safety Briefings? (a) (b) True False

3.)

How is safety briefings accomplished? (a) (b) (c) (d) Classroom Instructions. Video's OJT and/or using Hand-out/Training Literatures. All the Above.

4.)

What is January Safety Tip? (a) Health hazards caused by grinding, cutting, or welding on protective or preservative coatings. Make it your business to know these hazards, and take all necessary measures before your start, especially if you consider that developing cancer is serious. Smart gamblers go with the odds ­ when you gamble with your own health and safety or that of others, there are no winners, only losers! Adequate ventilation can be a key factor in keeping airborne contamination, fumes, and gasses from your breathing zone. If ventilation is poor, breathing apparatus should be used.

(b)

(c)

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SPM-008 MONTHLY SAFETY BRIEFING TEST QUESTIONNAIRE

5.) February Safety Briefing Topic is Good Housekeeping Habits start with you. (a) (b) 6.) True False

February Safety Tip is "Filth Breeds Filth" ­ Once an area is cluttered and dirty others will add to the contamination, but most won't throw their scrap in a clean location. Clean house is a happy house and reduces accidents. (a) (b) True False

NAME: ________________________

DATE: _____________

Training Presented By: ____________________________

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Safety Procedure Manual SPM-008 QAC MONTHLY SAFETY BRIEFING HAND OUT CRS# 00152

QUIZ ANSWER SHEET

SPM-008 MONTHLY SAFETY BRIEFING ANSWER SHEET 1.) 2.) 3.) 4.) 5.) 6.) 7.) 8.) 9.) a a d c b a c a b

10.) e 11.) c 12.) b 13). a 14.) a 15.) b

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Safety Procedure Manual SPM-008 QAC MONTHLY SAFETY BRIEFING HAND OUT CRS# 00152

TRAINING RECORD

RECORD OF EMPLOYEE TRAINING

Trainee:

(Print)

Title:

Trainee:

(Signature)

Certificate Number:

Training Location: Date(s) of Training: Method: OJT: Classroom: Other:

Quick Aviation Consultants Conference Room

Total Hours: Test: Yes: No: N/A:

(Record Type)

3.0

Training Description:

Policy and Procedures for known or potential work place

safety hazards SPM-008 Course Number 00152 (Annually). OBJECTIVE: To trained and control or prevent workplace safety hazards. Annual refresh course for the monthly safety hand outs self study guides.

Note: This form to be filled out and maintained with the employee training records. Signature of Trainer verifying training described above. Trainer:

(Print)

Trainer :

(Signature)

Date :

FAA Certified Repair Station No. XXXXXXXX 6800 SW. 58th Court, Davie, FL 33314

FORM 205R1

11/02/2010

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