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Workplace

 Safety  Assignment:  
Hazard  Map  of  Your  Work  Site  
 
1. Identify  and  map  hazards  to  workers  on  your  job  site.  If  you  do  not  have  a  job,  you  
may  use  the  school  or  a  work  site  of  your  choice.  
2. Ask  employers  and  employees  what  hazards  you  might  find  in  there.  
3. Ask  the  employer  what  the  organization  does  to  control  the  hazards  and  prevent  
injuries  and  illnesses  to  workers.  
4. If  they  list  the  effects  of  hazards  (e.g.  cuts,  burns)  try  to  get  them  to  say  what  would  
cause  the  effect  (e.g.  knives,  hot  grills).  
5. Make  sure  the  list  includes  health  hazards  as  well  as  safety  hazards.  
6. On  a  large  sheet  of  paper  or  poster  board,  reconstruct  your  work  site  with  possible  
hazards.  Draw  the  floor  plan  of  different  areas  of  the  workplace,  including  doors,  
windows,  walls,  major  equipment  and  furniture,  etc.  Once  the  floor  plan  is  drawn,  
indicate  where  the  potential  health  and  safety  hazards  are  by  circling  the  hazard,  
writing  in  words,  or  using  symbols.  Using  visual  representations,  identify  the  hazard  
and  the  category  of  the  hazard.      
 
Rubric  for  Grading  Hazard  Map:  
1=Weak    
2=Moderately  weak    
3=Average    
4=  Moderately  strong    
5=Strong  
 
1. The  poster  contains  appropriate  items  and  information  on  workplace  safety.  

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2. The  poster  is  clean  and  neat,  and  information  is  well  organized  

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3. The  poster  is  colorful  and  creative  

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4. The  spelling,  punctuation,  and  grammar  of  text  is  accurate  

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5. The  poster  shows  an  understanding  of  work  place  safety  
 
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