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C. Arrangement of materials, tools and equipment.
d. Lighting, ventilation and

and physical condition of buildings.

e. Conditions on premises. 3. Look after fire conditions, extinguishers, filling of fire pails, keeping exits clear and exit signs in good condition.

4. See that first aid equipment is properly stocked and kept in proper place.

5. See that approved recommendations are carried out and report thereon to respective committees.

6. Investigate all accidents or near accidents, fix responsibility, and make recommendations to prevent their possible recurrence.

7. See that drawings and specifications for new machinery cover guarding of hazardous parts, and inspect new machinery before it is permanently installed to see that the necessary safe guards have been provided.

8. See that drawings and specifications for alterations, extensions and additions to plant have proper safety, sanitation and health provisions.

SUPERVISION 1. Administer first aid, or supervise those assigned to administer it.

2. Keep in touch with injured persons requiring medical treatment while at work, as well as with those whose injuries necessitate their absence from work.

INFORMATION AND EDUCATION 1. Keep himself informed of latest developments in the“ safety first” movement through literature, attending conferences, conventions, lectures, exhibits, visiting other plants, and so on.

2. Maintain "safety first” library for reference and use of every one in the plant.

3. Supply committee members, foremen, and rank and file wage workers with readable “ safety” literature,

4. Make brief reports at committee meetings on topics of interest appearing in current“ safety” literature, or which have otherwise come to his attention.

5. Report at committee meetings on activities of other divisions of this organization.

6. Supervise and conduct educational work on safety, hygiene and sanitation through committees, bulletins, lectures, etc.

7. Stimulate interest in safety, sanitation and hygiene among foremen and rank and file wage workers through personal contact.

8. Prepare, post and maintain danger signs, bulletins and bulletin boards.

9. Coöperate with foremen concerned in giving advice and instruction to new employees, as well as with old employees who do not fully understand the safe method of performing their work.

10. Caution backward employees against unsafe and unsanitary practices.

RECORDS AND ACCIDENT STATISTICS 1. Keep records and statistics of accidents and sickness, and make monthly and special comparative reports to the Executives? Committee. Copies of such reports are also to be furnished the other committees.

2. Attend all regular or special meetings of all committees and act as secretary and custodian of minutes and other records.

3. Supply copies of reports and recommendations of each division to the other divisions for their consideration.

4. Act as intermediary for the various divisions.

Part II

SPECIAL RULES GOVERNING ORGANIZATION AND EMPLOYEES

JOINT MEETINGS 1. Regular Joint Meetings of the Shop Safety, Sanitation and Health Organization should be held at least quarterly to consider:

a. Preventive ideas.
b. Suggestions for general safety, sanitation and health.

c. Special recommendations made by any division involving an unusually large expenditure.

d. Means of safeguarding new machinery or equipment, or new additions to plant.

2. Special Joint Meetings of the Shop Safety, Sanitation and Health Organization should be called by the Safety Supervisor promptly after the occurrence of a serious accident of exceptional character in order to fix responsibility and consider measures to prevent its recurrence.

3. Special Joint Meetings of the Shop Safety, Sanitation and Health Organization should be called by the Safety Supervisor whenever all divisions cannot agree on recommendations, deviations from old policies, or proposed new policies.

4. Either committee may at any time call a special joint meeting to consider matters of vital importance.

AMENDMENTS

1. Amendments to the Shop Safety, Sanitation and Health Organization plan may be initiated by any of the divisions composing the organization, provided they shall become effective,

a. after submission to the foremen's committee, and when favorably passed upon by the Executives' and Workers' Committees. (This is the most desirable method), or

b. after consideration and report by the Foremen's and Workers' Committees, and approval by the Executives' Committee, or

C. when favorably passed upon by the Executives, Foremen's and Workers' Committees.

2. Agreeable to the Executives' and Workers' Committees, amendments to the Shop Safety, Sanitation and Health Organization plan that would alter it materially may be submitted to a vote of the rank and file of the wage workers, provided the amendments are first submitted to the Foremen's Committee for consideration and report.

3. Amendments to the Shop Safety, Sanitation and Health Rules may be initiated by any of the divisions composing this organization, provided they shall become enforceable,

a. after submission to the Foremen’s Committee, and when favorably passed upon by the Executives' and Workers Committees, (This is the most desirable method), or

b. after consideration and report by the Foremen's and Workers' Committees, and approval by the Executives' Committee, or

c. when favorably passed upon by the Executives', Foremen's and Workers' Committees.

VIOLATIONS OF SHOP RULES 1. Penalties for violations by wage workers of Shop Safety, Sanitation and Health Rules may be imposed,

a. by the Workers' Committee, subject to approval by the Fore men's and Executives' Committees, (This is the most desirable method), or

b. by the Safety Supervisor, subject to approval by the Executives', Foremen's and Workers' Committees, or

c. by the Safety Supervisor, subject to approval by the General Manager, or

d. by the Foreman, subject to approval by the General Superintendent.

FOREMEN'S DUTIES 1. Foremen and subforemen are morally bound to give special and constant attention to the proper instruction and observation of new employees so as to protect them against accidents. Old employees when placed on new work should also be instructed as to the hazards of that work.

2. Foremen and subforemen should study and guard against conditions and practices in the plant that are apt to endanger the life, limb and health of the workers.

WORKERS' DUTIES 1. Each employee should regard himself in honor bound to coöperate with the management to reduce accidents and to maintain orderliness and cleanliness in the plant by observing the Shop Safety, Sanitation and Health Rules.

2. The employees of this plant regard it a reflection honor for an injured worker to feign incapacity to work, or attempt to artificially prolong such incapacity.

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