Kamis, 03 November 2011

INTRODUCTION OF HAZARDOUS TOXIC

Definition of Hazardous Toxic Waste in accordance with the rules of Government Regulation 12/1995 is any waste containing hazardous materials and / or toxic because of the nature and / or concentration and / or amount, either directly or indirectly can damage and / or pollute the environment and / or
pollute the environment and / or may endanger health
people.




Toxic Waste Hazardous waste waste that meets one or more characteristics :
    1. Explosive
    2. Flammable
    3. Reactive nature
    4. Toxic (by TCLP test)
    5. Cause infection
    6. Corrosive

Approach To Waste Toxic Harmful. Principles of Hazardous Toxic Waste management can be stated as follows :
1. Sustainable development (continuous improvement)
2. Polluter pays principle (Polluter must pay all costs resulting from)
3. From cradle to grave principle (Supervision generated until the beginning of discarded stockpiled / Hazardous Toxic Waste)
4. The principle of non-discriminatory (All Toxic Hazardous waste must be treated equally in the processing and handling)
5. The principle of pollution prevention (efforts to minimize the generation of waste)
6. Hazardous Toxic Waste processing and stockpiling of trying to perform as close as possible to its source

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Rabu, 02 November 2011

SAFETY ASSURANCE (STOP-6)

SAFETY ASSURANCE (STOP-6)
- Able to identify and eliminate (control) the risk of unacceptable
- Capable of controlling potential losses due to accidents.

Definition of Safety (Safety)
Philosophy
Thought and effort to ensure the integrity and perfection :
- Labor and human beings in general, both physical and spiritual,
- Work towards the society and culture of fair, prosperous and prosperous;

Scholarly
A science and its application in an effort to prevent accidents, fires, explosions, pollution, disease, etc. (ACCIDENT PREVENTION)

Target Safety (Safety)
- Protecting workers and others in the workplace both in terms of safety and health
- Ensure that each source can be used in the production of safe, healthy and efficient
- Ensure the production process runs smoothly

"Hazard (Hazard)" is the source, situation or action that could potentially lead to :
- Risk of loss / damage of injury or illness in humans,
- Damage to property,
- Damage to the work environment and or a combination thereof.

Type-type of hazard may be : physical, chemical, biological, ergonomic.

"DANGER" is a condition that has been identified through the inspection / testing / analysis concluded has demonstrated beyond safe limits.

"Danger" is the opposite of safe or safe

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Selasa, 01 November 2011

DISEASES DUE TO WORK

- Diseases caused by work
1. incidence because of the job
2. There are reasons
3. Man Made Diseases
4. can be prevented
- Mandatory reported
- Getting compensation

STEP DIAGNOSING DISEASES DUE TO WORK
1. Clinical diagnosis
2. Due to determine the cause of relationships (how to work, the nature of work, type of exposure, with interviews: employment history, history of disease)
3. The amount of exposure experienced by
4. Other possible causes
5. Set diagnosis disease due to work

FACTORS CAUSE OF DISEASE DUE TO WORK
- Factor of Physics
- Chemistry Factor
- Biological Factors
- Factors Ergonomics
- Psychosocial Factors

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Senin, 31 Oktober 2011

OCCUPATIONAL HEALTH SERVICES


Health services are performed for the prevention, diagnosis, dealing with workplace accidents or occupational diseases and the provision of rehabilitation to workers who have an accident or illness in the workplace.

   One of the occupational safety and health agencies working in the company, as a means of protection of workers against any health problems arising from employment or work environment.

   Means of implementation efforts is comprehensive occupational health (promotive, preventive, curative and rehabilitative)

The purpose of Occupational Health Services
1. Provide assistance to Labor in conformance with the job
2. Protecting Workers against health problems arising from employment or work environment.
3. Improve health agencies, mental (spiritual) and physical ability of labor
4. Providing treatment and care and rehabilitation of sick Workforce

In order for the function and role of optimal Occupational Health Services :
1. Board shall provide the professional freedom of physicians who run the Occupational Health Services.
2. Doctors and health workers in implementing the Occupational Health Services are free to enter workplaces to investigate, examine and obtain the necessary proofs.

Programs / Activities Occupational Health Services should be comprehensive, covering :
1. Prevention
2. Development
3. Treatment
4. Recovery

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Minggu, 30 Oktober 2011

HEALTH AND SAFETY MANAGEMENT SYSTEM WORK (SMK3)

SMK3 is a conceptualized system to plan, implement and measure the implementation of K3 in the workplace based on the company's Safety Act No.1 Th. 1970 and its implementing regulations.

SYSTEM
Collection of elements that interact and are integrated towards a common goal. Systems approach : Connectedness and wholeness

A set of components, elements, elements or subsystems with all the attributes that are related to each other, influences the other and interdependent so that the whole is an integrated whole as well as having a role or a particular purpose.
Value or the role of a system will be influenced by the value or the role of sub-subsystems.
LUDWIG VON BERTALANFFY

DEFINITION OF MANAGEMENT SYSTEM K3
Part of the company's overall manajamen system which includes organizational structure, planning, implementation, responsibilities, procedures, processes, and resources needed for:
- Developing, implementing, achieving, reviewing and maintaining policies K3
- In order to control the risks associated with work activities
- To create a workplace that is safe, efficient and productive

Mandatory SMK3 implemented by companies in all sectors and integrated with the Company Management systems Minimum Requirements Must Meet :
- 5 basic principles
- 12 elements / element audits

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