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    So the company I'm currently at does not have any clear and direct safety program set up. We do do some things but I would like to be able to come to the manager and owners with a clear and thorough program. If any one has a way and system how they do it or some pointers on what to include in a safety program please share your ideas. We are already doing LOTO and have a jumbled mess of an MSDS but what else should we have on hand, in writing and be practicing safety wise. Thanks for any help!
    Do it right and you wont do it twice!!!

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    I built my program up mostly from threads I have found here on Bowltech, Put together a training manual that includes, pinsetter Basic Calls, job hazard analysis, MSDS overview, Copies of MSDS, I also numbered all MSDS sheets and write the number corresponding number on every container. Makes it simple to find the MSDS if needed or during OSHA inspection. Document all training. Make sure work spaces are kept clean. Flam locker should be well organized,I also have copies of MSDS attatched to every storage locker. Hold monthly safety meetings with all staff. Most importantly is "training,training,training"

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    • #3
      Airlanes gave a good listing there....if you feel up to it, go to an active duty military station nearby that has a bowling center and ask their mechanic. If they are up to date on inspections, they will have complete program set up that can give you a real good outline and direction. Personalize your own program from that outline.

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      • #4
        AMF Bowling has a great safety program now...easily adopted to any center as it is quite comprehensive and needed to fit the many different situations in all of our centers. If you are interested in some guidance based on this program, I am more than willing to give you a hand.

        There are many that think what we do is over-kill...but I don't believe it is. Anything that prevents injury to either employees or customers is well worth doing.

        JMO
        TSM & TSM Training Development
        Main Event Entertainment
        480-620-6758 for help or information

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        • #5
          loto
          Last edited by brunsmech83; 06-12-2012, 12:36 PM.

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          • #6
            Steve any help would be much appreciated my email is clemster151@yahoo.com please send me anything you can!
            Do it right and you wont do it twice!!!

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            • #7
              I would like to get any infomation for saftey my self. This center is very lacks on it. When I first arrive they had a 16 year old chasing calls, I put a end to it. Pinchaser running on the catwalk to get all call on a lane. Now is works for a govement center. There is alot of stuff I like to start. I worked for AMF for 12 years. I have No problems with the LOTO. Even yes some seem to go way overboard, but I do understand the reason, I am very saftey consuos and bcause most of these were cause by stupid people.
              amf 82-70
              B2000
              quibca

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              • #8
                The problem with most safety programs is they don't do enough. This includes AMF owned centers. There should be a quarterly safety seminar in each and every center. The seminar should include, along with machine safety, working with chemicals, working around food prep and cooking areas, building and parking lots, etc. It should be in-depth and cover anything that could injure someone, employee and customer alike.

                We already cover machine safety like a blanket; however, we don't (or haven't) covered reporting potholes in the parking lot, which someone could trip and fall. How about external lighting? Is there adequate lighting, or burned out lights?

                I believe that we can draw up a comprehensive list of things to check, discuss and report.

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                • #9
                  Originally posted by SoCalTom View Post
                  however, we don't (or haven't) covered reporting potholes in the parking lot, which someone could trip and fall. How about external lighting? Is there adequate lighting, or burned out lights?

                  I believe that we can draw up a comprehensive list of things to check, discuss and report.
                  This is done every month with the Monthly Facility Walk. We have a variety of items to check...each of the ones you mentioned are on the list.
                  TSM & TSM Training Development
                  Main Event Entertainment
                  480-620-6758 for help or information

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                  • #10
                    Originally posted by dothan View Post
                    When I first arrive they had a 16 year old chasing calls, I put a end to it.
                    Can I ask why? There is nothing wrong with young pinchasers if they know what they are doing. Age shouldn't be a deciding factor to this.
                    "wiggle that wire see if it does anything"

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                    • #11
                      Most insurance dictates 18 or older to work on moving machinery.
                      I'm going fishing and camping!

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                      • #12
                        Child labor laws.
                        amf 82-70
                        B2000
                        quibca

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