Chapter 4 PPT - HRAD3473 SafetyandSecuritySystems 9/23/11

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 9/23/11 HRAD 3473    Safety and Security Systems
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 9/23/11 Chapter’s Topics Management Motivation Safety and the Hospitality Industry Fire Safety Safety and Security Systems
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 9/23/11 Chapter’s Topics (cont.) Evacuation plans Security Extraordinary events Safety and Security Systems
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 9/23/11 Management Motivation Sense of moral and ethical  responsibility Welfare of both guests and  employees Safety and Security Systems
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 9/23/11 Safety and the Hospitality Industry Involves avoiding causes of  accidents Personal injury Property damage Safety and Security Systems
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 9/23/11 Safety and the Hospitality Industry Safety Program Must have support and involvement  of top management Safety and Security Systems
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 9/23/11 Safety and the Hospitality Industry Safety committee is key Encourages a safe workplace Employee involvement Interest and buy-in Safety and Security Systems
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 9/23/11 Safety and the Hospitality Industry Responsibility Cannot be delegated to just one  committee or department Belongs to Everyone! Safety and Security Systems
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 9/23/11 Key Elements of Safety Program Communication of commitment Employee input Regular safety inspections Tons of training Safety and Security Systems
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 9/23/11 Fire Safety Prevention Detection Notification Suppression Safety and Security Systems
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 9/23/11 Fire Prevention Factors in U.S. lodging improvement in fire  safety Identifying possible causes Striving to reduce/eliminate them Safety and Security Systems
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 9/23/11 Fire Prevention It is everyone’s job Regularly scheduled inspections Well-informed staff Prevention training Safety and Security Systems
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 9/23/11 Fire Prevention Know the Fire Triangle Oxygen Fuel Heat source Safety and Security Systems
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 9/23/11 Fire Detection Heat detectors  Smoke detectors Sprinkler activation detectors “Notifier” systems Safety and Security Systems
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This note was uploaded on 09/23/2011 for the course HRAD 3473 taught by Professor Staff during the Fall '11 term at Oklahoma State.

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Chapter 4 PPT - HRAD3473 SafetyandSecuritySystems 9/23/11

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