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OH&S Team

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Background of kinkos Fedex

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Floor plan

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Hazards identified & prevention

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Health & Safety

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Flow chart of workflow (process)

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Chemicals + Waste (storing +handling)

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Job order form

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Copy and Print Services Business presentations? Personal projects? Whatever your needs and goals, FedEx Office is here to make you shine. Our broad range of services and expertise can help you not just complete your projects, but bring them to life. Come in with unfinished projects and leave with polished confidence. The ease, convenience and quality of our services can help you turn your dreams into reality, or your originals into high-quality duplicates. It all depends on how big you want to go. If you can't decide which product or service is best for you, our team members will give you the benefits to help you best weigh your options. With more than 1,400 locations, our team members are here and ready to help, from dream to finish

Personalized Gifts

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Calendars

Create customized calendars as a gift or sales promotion. Feature your own photos, include your logo and mark all your special dates

Greeting Cards

Send a personalized message when you create your own greeting cards. Use a family photo, kids' artwork or a corporate logo. Multiple format and envelope options available.

Retail

Looking for a last-minute gift? We've got you covered. From popcorn tins and fancy chocolates to puzzles and books, we have a handpicked selection of thoughtful gifts that would be perfect for everyone on your list.

Photo Services Sony PictureStation

Make lab-quality prints in just minutes! Sizes include everything from wallet to 8" x 10". Burn your images to CD when you're done.

Photo Enlargements

If you want to make a really big impression, turn to FedEx Office. We can enlarge your image to poster size and beyond, usually in just hours.

Passport Photos

Fast, affordable passport photos at locations nationwide. Photo to Art PrintsTurn virtually any photograph or digital image file into a high-quality art print on canvas with one of our two unique photo art options.

Photo Gifts

Create colorful, one-of-a-kind gifts and corporate identity items. Use a favorite photo, company logo or a child's artwork to create calendars, mugs, t-shirts and much more

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FedEx is committed to providing outstanding customer experience, to being a great

place to work, a thoughtful steward of the environment and a caring citizen in the communities where we live and work. At FedEx, we are passionate about sustainably connecting people and places and improving the quality of life around the world.

FedEx Corporation

Today's FedEx is led by FedEx Corporation, which provides strategic direction and consolidated financial reporting for the operating companies that compete collectively under the FedEx name worldwide: FedEx Express, FedEx Ground, FedEx Freight, FedEx Office, FedEx Custom Critical, FedEx Trade Networks and FedEx Services.

FedEx Facts

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FedEx Corporation Today's FedEx is led by FedEx Corporation, which provides strategic direction and consolidated financial reporting for the operating companies that compete collectively under the FedEx name worldwide: FedEx Express, FedEx Ground, FedEx Freight, FedEx Office, FedEx Custom Critical, FedEx Trade Networks and FedEx Services.

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Vision and Leadership

With service in more than 220 countries and territories, FedEx plays a large role in world issues. By accelerating global connections, we provide access to new opportunities and empower people and businesses with more choices and greater confidence.

Marketing and Advertising

FedEx is known for its award-winning advertising and prestigious sport sponsorships. The reliability, speed, leadership, excellence and global reach that characterize FedEx are reflected in our sponsorships and emphasized in our advertising.

FedEx Innovation

FedEx was built upon innovation and it continues to be an integral part of the FedEx culture and business strategy. Our commitment to innovation propels the development of ideas, products and services that empower our customers to grow their business around the world.

Publications and Reports

At FedEx, we are committed to full transparency and sound corporate governance. We frequently distribute related company information to ensure all our stakeholders are fully informed and knowledgeable. Available publications and reports include: FedEx Annual Report Downloads the latest

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Signs and Graphics

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Banners Indoor & Outdoor Make your message loud and clear. Whether you need hundreds of banners for a product launch or just one for your local event, FedEx Kinko's has a solution to meet your needs. Posters & Prints Posters, Prints & Finishing Make it big. Bring ideas to life with large format color products. We can print, mount and laminate nearly any digital file or flat original. Rigid Signs Plastic & Metal Signs Leave it to FedEx Kinko's to make the world of rigid signs simple. We've selected the most popular types and materials from the vast array of possibilities. Specialty Ready-to-Apply & Magnetic Signs Whether you're displaying your brand on a building, on a vehicle or simply providing important safety information, ready-to-apply lettering, decals and graphics transform any flat surface into an attention-grabbing business sign options. With more than 1,400 locations, our team members are here and ready to help, from dream to finish

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Business Documents

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Whether you work in a home-based business, global corporation or somewhere in between, you probably rely on a number of documents to get your job done. And that's where FedEx Office Print & Ship Center comes in — with the document specialists and production capabilities to make professional-quality documents you need quickly and affordably NEW-Print Online FedEx Office brings you the next generation in print-on-demand. With Print Online you can upload your documents and have them printed at any FedEx Office Print & Ship Center Business Cards and Stationery Build a strong corporate identity with quality, affordable business cards and stationery from FedEx Office. Brochures and Manuals We can help you produce the marketing brochures, training manuals and other business documents you need. Newsletters and Flyers Get the word out with high-quality flyers and newsletters produced quickly and affordably at FedEx Office. Invitation and Stationery Papers Designer invitation and stationery stock suitable for invitations, newsletters, company stationery and a host of other personal and professional uses. Notary Services Need a notary. Need it fast. FedEx Office can help. Visit your local store for all of your notary needs.

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W/B Printer

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W/B Printer White/Black Printer

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Information desk

W/B Printer

Large colour printer for poster

Ticket machine

Large W/B Printer


Injuries such as cuts, amputations, crushing, caused by moving machinery or sharp edges, in particular guillotines, printing presses and stapling machines may cause contusions, etc. Printers are exposed to printing inks, toners, dyes, organic solvents, cleaning formulations, etc. The use of hand tools, mixing equipment, etc. may cause mechanical hazards. A fire hazard exists in printing shops. There are ergonomic problems, related to overexertion and fatigue

Accident hazards Slips, trips and falls, in particular on wet floors or cluttered passages or when carrying loads Blows from falling objects, in particular from overhead conveyers Blows and contusions from moving machinery Entanglement between cylinders and rollers, between strong webs and reels at reel-up stands (printing machines), folding machines, and other moving or rotating machinery or equipment Cuts and lacerations to the fingers and hands Fire risks from flammable materials, in particular paper, cardboard and organic solvents C

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Burns from binding machines using hot-melt adhesives

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Splashing of molten metal during type casting

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Electric shock or electrocution caused by contact with faulty insulation or portable electric tools, in particular during maintenance or repair operations

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Acute poisoning by plating-bath ingredients during "electrotype" processes

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Chronic poisoning by lead, nickel and other metal salts, in particular in hot-casting or "electrotype" processes, or in photographic plate development Exposure to polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons (PAH) in toners and inks; this is a pronounced hazard through both inhalation and skin contamination Mists released from isocyanates can lead to severe sensitization problems and allergic dermatitis Exposure to printing inks may cause dermatitis; acrylates present in inks are potential skin and respiratory sensitizers. Ethylene-glycol ethers are only mildly irritating to the skin. Vapor may cause conjunctivitis and upper respiratory tract irritation. Acute exposure to ethylene-glycol ethers results in narcosis, pulmonary edema, and severe kidney and liver damage Exposure to oxalic acid has a corrosive action on the skin, eyes, and mucous membranes, which may result in ulceration. Chronic exposure to mist has been reported to cause chronic inflammation of upper respiratory tract C

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Exposure to tetrachloroethylene may cause a dry, scaly, and fissured dermatitis, central nervous system depression, hepatic injury, and anesthetic death Exposure to trichloroethylene may cause irritation of the eyes, nose, and throat, depression of the central nervous system exhibiting such symptoms as headache, dizziness, vertigo, tremors, nausea and vomiting, irregular blurred vision

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Phosgene - a lethal poisonous gas - may be formed if chlorinated solvents such as trichloroethylene are decomposed in contact with a flame or hot surface, or if a worker smokes in the presence of their vapors (For a list of additional hazardous materials used in printing, see Note 2)

IPrinting shops located in cellars or older buildings may be infested with rodents, insects, etc., exposure to which may cause transfer of diseases to the workers Some printing media support bacterial growth and thus may present a hazard of bacterial exposure

Exposure to laser light Exposure to noise: noise levels in printing shops may exceed 100 dBA Exposure to UV radiation used for curing Exposure to whole-body vibration from printing presses

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The Printing Industry is the 6th largest industry in the UK. Approximately 316,000 workers are employed in over 15,000 printing companies.

Accidents in the printing industry

Each year, printing companies report approximately 1,200 work related accidents to the Health and Safety Executive (HSE). Over 200 of these accidents will be classified as major injuries such as fractures and amputations. The three most common types of accidents reported are: manual handling; slips and trips; and contact with machinery. For more information just click on the links.

Skin at work

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There is basic, practical advice for employers, employees and trainees on what skin diseases are, what causes them and how to prevent them.

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If you are an occupational health nurse or physician, a health and safety professional or a trainer there is more in-depth technical information, together with links to research and training tools. There is also a page for health and safety inspectors.

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Extensive media resources are available, including press releases, case studies and statistics.

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hand in the project and client pay for that. hand in the project and client pay for that.

Explain to us what they want

Receive customers promote company Past the project to designers

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Brain stone the ideas Do the research Do the survey for marketting Design Publication Proof Content

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Prepare File for Printing Preparation of text & photos Pre-Press Setup of Film or Plates Print Miltiple copies Finishing - Folding & Binding Packaging & Delivery

After finish give the project back to designers. in order to check in final.

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Using less damaging products

-Using products without harmful chemicals will not only benefit the environment but will also reducepotential health risks to employees and clients. -Ask your suppliers about what they can provide in the form of less environmentally damagingproducts. Vegetable or soy-based inks can replace solvent-based inks in offset lithographic printing,and water-based inks are improving in quality for gravure and flexographic printing.

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Chemical and Ink storage

-Regularly check the condition of all chemical storage containers to ensure they are free from leaks and the lids are fastened tightly when not in use. -Store chemicals on sealed ground (such as reinforced concrete) to prevent spilled materials fromleaching into the soil or groundwater. -Store chemicals undercover and ensure storage areas do not drain or slope to stormwater outlets. This will ensure that storage materials cannot collect, contaminate and mix with rainwater. -Ideally chemical storage areas should have perimeter bunds. A bund is a small wall or barrier thatrestricts the flow of substances and contains them in a particular area. For more information aboutbunding options contact the Green Stamp Coordinator. -Keep all storage areas clean and uncluttered and ensure they are well ventilated. -Minimise the amount of chemicals stored by only purchasing what you need. -Store different types of chemicals in separate containers and if necessary in separate designatedareas to ensure chemicals cannot react with each other. -Keep an up-to-date and legible list or inventory of all chemicals and quantities stored onsite

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Chemical handling and use

Chemical waste disposal

-Use the ‘first in first out’ procedure for chemical supplies. Date the chemicals you buy and use themin the order in which they arrive. This helps to minimise waste (from out-of-date chemicals) and maintain a high quality of work.

-Never pour waste chemicals or solutions down any sinks or drains unless there is clear documentedinformation that allows you to do so.

-A suitable method for dispensing chemicals (eg. funnels, measuring containers, dispensing systems)should be implemented to reduce the risk of spills and prevent chemical overuse.

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-Ensure a licensed liquid waste contractor disposes of any chemicals or hazardous substances andthat all related documentation is kept for a minimum of 3 years. Dedicate a file or folder for all records (itemised invoices etc.) of all liquid and solid wastes leaving your premises.

-Ensure all staff are trained in chemical handling and use not only for occupational health and safety reasons, but also to protect the environment.

-Refer to the Product and Services Directory for liquid waste management companies that handle chemical wastes

Labelling and MSDS

-Ensure all chemicals are clearly labelled and that the information is legible. Read the labels on all chemical products. The label will help you identify the product, its ingredients and the hazards or dangers of the product. The label also contains directions for use such as recommendedconcentrations. Worksafe WA has some useful publications on managing chemical hazards in theworkplace. -Ensure up-to-date Material Safety Data Sheets (MSDS) are held on site for all chemicals stored and used. MSDS offer useful information on the ingredients and physical properties of a product, healtheffects and first-aid instructions, precautions for use, safe handling, storage information andemergency procedures. MSDS are available from your chemical supplier.

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Job order form International air waybill No. (Note: All shipments must be accompanied by a FedEx International Air Waybill & two deplicate copies of CI.)

DATE OF EXPORTATION

SHIPPER’S EXPORT REFERENCES

SHIPPER/EXPORTER

CONSIGNEE (complete name, address, telephone, Business

COUNTRY OF EXPORT

IMPORTER - IF OTHER THAN CONSIGNEE

(complete name, address, telephone, Business registration No. / Customs/ Tax ID No. e.g. GST/RFC/VAT/IN/EIN/ABN/SSN, or as locally required)

Registration No./Customs/ Tax ID No. e.g. GST/RFC/VAT/IN/EIN/ABN/SSN,or as locally required)

(complete name, address and telephone)

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COUNTRY OF ULTIMATE DESTINATION

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CHEQUE/POSTAL ORDER: I enclose cheque/postal order, made payable to FedEx to the value of $______________ CREDIT/DEBIT CARD: P;ease debit my credit/debit card with the sum of $ ___________

VISA

MASTERCARD

MAESTRO

start date__/__ Expiry date __/__ Issue NO (maestro)__

Card No. Cardholder’s name _____________ Cardholder’s signature _______________

ARE YOU A UK TAXPAYER? If you are generous enough to make a donation, it could be worth an extra 28 p for each $1 you donate to CHAT a t no extra cost to yourself. Please tick this box if you are UK tax payer and would like us to claim this additional gift on this and any subsequent donations. Please inform us if your circumstances change.

DATE __________________

(Please fill in the form in the other side of paper. Thank you.)

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What is it? What is it made of? What is it used for? What is it a component of? e.g.) ladies’ 100% Silk Knitted Blouse

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PAYMENT CHECK METHOD ONE L/G F.O.B C&F T/T C.I.F OTHERS

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Sign: __________ Date: __________

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