Safety Committee
Bloodborne Pathogens
CPR
Safety ABCs
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What's Your Number
100

This is how often the Safety Committee Meets

What is quarterly?

100
Bloodborne Pathogens (BBPs) Definition

What are micro-organisms that are carried in blood or other body fluids, and cause disease

100
Define Rescue Breaths

What are artificial breaths given to someone who isn’t breathing

100

AED

What is Automated External Defibrillator used to deliver shock to the heart to re-establish an effective rhythm

100

What is the YMCA Emergency Action Plan/Evacuation Map 

100

Phone number to Mission YMCA Front Desk

What is 415-586-6900

200

Purpose of the Safety Committee

What is to provide direct feedback to senior management of organization and operational issues that are directly affecting injuries and accidents at the branch

200
Define Universal Precautions

What is always assuming that blood and other bodily fluids are infected with Bloodborne Pathogens (BBPs)

200

Chest Compressions

What are external compressions of chest to increase pressure inside chest and heart to force blood to move from chest to rest of the body

200

CPR

What is cardiopulmonary resuscitation

  • Used in emergencies such as heart attack, drowning, in which someone’s breathing, or heart beat has stopped
200

AED

200

Compression Rate for CPR chest compressions

100-120 compressions per minute

300

Function of the Safety Committee

What is to monitor the effectiveness of the YMCA of SF’s Safety and Risk Management Program.

300

What is PPE?

What is personal protective equipment worn to prevent exposure to infectious diseases such as latex/plastic gloves, splash goggles, surgical masks, resuscitation masks

300

Before pressing the shock button on an AED- you should do this

What is clear, and make sure no one is touching the victim

300

What is SDS? What does it stand for? What is it used for?

What is Safety Data Sheets. They cover the chemical’s identification, hazards and composition as well as proper handling, storage, exposure control, personal protection, and measures related to first-aid, firefighting and accidental release.

300

Concussion

300

Recommended ratio of compressions to breaths in CPR

What is 30:2

400

Goals of the Safety Committee

What is risk identification and mitigation within the organization. Identify errors in operations that are contributing to or potentially contributing to accidents and act to correct them.

400

2 BBPs the Occupational Safety and Health Administration focuses on 

What is (any two)

  • HBV - the virus that causes hepatitis B (preventable by vaccination)
  • HCV - the virus that causes hepatitis C (possible cure)
  • HIV - the human immunodeficiency virus (treatable)
400
Characteristics of high quality chest compressions
  • What is
  • Heel of one hand on center of chest on lower half of breast bone, other hand on top of and parallel to the first
  • Body up and over the chest, so that your shoulders are directly above your hands
  • Use your upper body weight to push straight down at least 2 inches, and allow chest to fully return to its normal position

Compress Fast – 100-120 times per minute

400

In relation to fire safety, what is RACE?

  • What is
  • R- Rescue and remove everything in the area of the fire
  • A – Activate alarms in the building and to the fire department
  • C – Confine the fire and smoke by closing doors and windows
  • E – Evacuate the area and only allow access to emergency crews
400

Flammable 

400

Phone number for poison control center

What is 1-800-222-1222

They provide free and confidential medical advice on poisonings any time.

500

2 Areas of Focus of the Safety Committee 

What is: (any two)

  • Staff training
  • Hazard identifications and mitigations
  • Accident/incident analysis and investigation
  • Risk and safety audits
500

This is how BBPs are transmitted

What is

  • indirectly, through breaks in your skin or contact with mucous membranes in your eyes, nose or mouth
  • directly, by transfusion, or cutting or piercing your skin with a contaminated object.
500

3 out of the 5 links in the chain of survival for cardiac arrest

What is

  • Early recognition of cardiac arrest and activation of EMS
  • CPR
  • Rapid Defibrillation using AED
  • Effective EMS care and support
  • Care at hospital
500

What is FAST? What does it stand for? What is it used for?

What is a mnemonic used to help remember stroke symptoms.

  • Facial drooping – a section of the face, usually only on one side, that is dropping and hard to move. Recognized by a crooked smile.
  • Arm Weakness - inability to raise one’s arm fully.
  • Speech Difficulties – an inability or difficulty to understand or produce speech
  • Time – if any of the symptoms are showing, time is of the essence; call the emergency services or go to the hospital.
500

Trip and Fall Hazards

500

YMCA of SF Emergency Hotline Number

What is 1-888-253-9622

In the event of a major emergency, YMCA of SF staff and families should call this number. Information about YMCA facilities will be provided as well as the opportunity to leave a brief message

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