Safety Officers. College and City acknowledge and agree that certain instructional staff employed by College are also employed as firefighting personnel by City. College and City further acknowledge and agree that a designated safety officer must monitor and oversee all College drills and training exercises at FTF (the "Safety Officer"). For efficient and economical use of personnel employed by both College and City, College and City agree that:
Safety Officers. Agency shall adhere to NFPA Code 1403, which requires the presence of a safety officer/operator during use of the live fire training prop, and another safety officer for every five (5) firefighter trainees. Agency must select the safety officer & operator from an approved list provided by the Sedro-Woolley Fire Department during any training session involving use of the live fire training prop.
Safety Officers. • Safety personnel continued conducting work-site safety inspections and implementing the plan for integration of public safety and worker safety on the Kalamazoo River.• One minor safety incident occurred during the reporting period. An Enbridge worker was stung by a bee while performing restoration work. First aid was administered and the employee returned to work.
Safety Officers. Agency shall adhere to NFPA Code 1403, which requires the presence of a safety officer/operator during use of the live fire training prop, and another safety officer for every five (5) firefighter trainees. Agency must notify Muskogee Fire Dept. upon scheduling that the agency wishes to perform a live burn and coordinate with orientation session, as instructed in paragraph seven (7).
Safety Officers. The Safety Officer shall: a) periodically review and revise the Safety Manual and steering exam(s) and have the authority to make changes as s/he deems worthwhile; b) review, and revise as needed, changes of the club safety rules to maintain compliance with United States Dragon Boat Federation rules and communicate such changes promptly to the appropriate members of the club; c) review and obtain approval of the Board of all Club safety rules on an annual basis and for major changes made during the interim; d) enforce the safety rules and notify the board members in advance of such actions; e) promote and help train new steerspersons; f) be responsible to oversee certification of steerspersons; g) publish the list of certified steerspersons on the SAKE website; h)with the approval of the Club President, have the authority to appoint an Assistant Safety Officer to help improve the safety of the Club. The Assistant will serve as Safety Officer when the Safety Officer is unavailable. The Safety Officer shall serve for two years, and shall take office on the first of January in even years, following appointment.