Flashcards in Chapter 17: Safety And Investigations And Analysis Deck (34)
Company officer II may be tasked with investigating and analyzing the ______, _______, _________ and ________ that members of the organization sustain.
Hazards can occur in what 6 instances while performing firefighting duties.
At the scene
Returning from a scene
At non-emergency operations
The ________ is responsible for the development of an organizational risk management plan.
Chief executive officer
All organizational personnel must be familiar with the organizational _________.
Risk management plan
According to NFPA ______, an organization should adopt an official written risk management plan.
OSHA refers to frequency as _______.
Injuries or accidents that occur repeatedly will continue until the ________ are identified and control measures are implemented.
___________ is the most basic reason and the source or origin for an accident.
Incidents of high frequency and high severity should receive the _________ priority.
_________: avoiding activities that created the risk.
__________: physically transferring risk to someone else or purchase insurance.
Implementing effective _____________ is the most common method used for risk management.
Implementing a risk management plan requires ________, __________ and ____________.
The application of the risk management plan takes place ________.
The risk management plan should be reviewed as s whole at least _________.
The evaluation of a risk management plan compares _______ results to its ______ results.
Accidents are usually _______ events resulting from unsafe acts and/i.e. conditions.
To reduce potential accidents or severity of accidents, the organization must develop an __________.
Accident investigation policy
The Health Safety Officer and the Safety and Health Committee will have the _________ authority in accident investigations.
Accident investigations should be _______, ________, and directed toward _________, not fault-finding.
During accident investigations, _________ is a prominent human factor.
Workers who fail to control the factors leading to an accident because of _______, _______ or _______ reasons will be involved in accidents more often than other workers.
Organizations can mitigate human error through : (3)
___________: willful disregard, recklessness, irresponsibility, laziness, disloyalty, uncooperativness, fearfulness. Can be adjusted through counseling, coaching, mentoring, training or discipline.
_____________: misunderstanding, indecision, inexperience, poor training, of failure to recognize potential hazard. Reduced/eliminated through training, coaching, and mentoring.
Lack of knowledge or skill
____________: problems of hearing, sight, weight height, illness, allergies, disabilities, intoxication.
Our ___________ is to provide medical assistance to the affected individual.
_______ and _______ of the individual takes precedence over investigating the cause.
Job-related illnesses or the symptoms of health-related exposures may not become evident for _________ or longer.
Hours, days, weeks