I. AutoZone’s commitment to safety
A. AutoZone content
a.(MSDS) Material Safety Data Sheets
b. Training programs about labeling.
II. Duties of an AutoZoner
B. How to handle chemicals.
a. Regulations on MSDS.
C. Safety training about chemicals.
D. Osha regulations on handling chemicals.
a. do’s and don’ts of working with chemicals.
III. Protection against accidents
A. Eye and face exposure to chemicals
a. Facial protection
b. Eye protection.
B. Hazard inventory lists
a. Health assessment by physicians.
C. Back injuries
a. Proper lifting techniques.
b. Improper lifting techniques.
D. First Aid
a. First aid training.
b. Osha requirements for first aid usage.
E. AutoZone’s Environmental business plan.
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Autozone’s Safety Guidelines
Safety is initially the most important aspect to any multi-million dollar company. So therefore AutoZone’s commitment to safety is a very serious issue. Mainly most companies have programs that cater to the employees strictly for safety. Whether it being Material Safety Data Sheets (MSDS) or a chemical procedure that has to be used in case of an chemical spill, an employee should always have access to the guides in an break room or any area that the employees have there own personal space. In this case, AutoZoners (employees of AutoZone) have access to the hazard communication program that will inform the employees about the chemicals used in the store or at the support center. It provides guidelines for the proper handling and usage of certain chemicals in the store for customers and employees and also helps to identify them.
Written programs describe how AutoZone have to comply with federal laws by using labels, Material Safety Data Sheets, and Autozoner training. The written program also contains a list of hazardous chemicals present and used in the workplace and educates employees about how to use the MSDS in case of exposure....