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1 The Ridge at Manitou Golf Club Health and Safety Manual Turf Maintenance 2015

2 The Ridge at Manitou Golf Club HEALTH AND SAFETY POLICY Management of The Ridge at Manitou Golf Club is vitally interested in the health and safety of our employees. A major on-going objective is to protect employees from workplace injury or illness. We will make every effort to provide a healthy and safe work environment. Our objective is to have all supervisors and workers dedicated to reducing the risk of injury or illness. Supervisors will be held responsible for the health and safety of workers under their supervision. Supervisors are responsible to ensure that machinery and equipment are safe, and that workers follow established safe work practices and procedures. Workers must receive adequate training in their specific work tasks to protect their health and safety. Every worker must protect his or her own health and safety by following the law, and the company's safe work practices and procedures. Under the Occupational Health and Safety Act, it is every worker's responsibility to work in a safe manner and use or wear the equipment, protective devices or clothing deemed necessary for your safety. Workers who do not work safely will be subjected to corrective discipline that could include warnings, suspensions without pay, or termination of employment. It is in the best interest of all parties to consider health and safety in every activity. Commitment to health and safety must form an essential part of this organization. Drew Rachar General Manager/Course Superintendent

3 Overall Safety Instructions 1. Safety boots or safety shoes are mandatory at all times. 2. When using push mowers, line trimmers, long pants, safety boots/shoes, safety glasses and hearing protection must be worn. 3. Ride on mowers are meant for one person and one person only. 4. All motorized vehicles are to be driven responsibly, and in a safe and efficient manner; which includes the use of seat belts when available on assigned equipment. 5. Passengers on Utility vehicles must remain seated at all times with both feet on the floor. 6. Be sure to turn equipment off when checking reels, mowers, belts, hydraulic hoses and engine components. It is also recommended to remove the key from the ignition before attempting to check any part of the machine. 7. Do not wear any loose clothing around PTO driven equipment. 8. Pesticides will only be applied by trained and licensed applicators. All safety precautions outlined on the label will be adhered to when applying or mixing pesticides. 9. No one is to use the chainsaws unless they are licensed and authorized by the Superintendent. 10. In the event of injury, or accident, notify your supervisor immediately. 11. Beware of golfers and fellow workers when operating any piece of equipment. Please take others into consideration 12. Our irrigation system is under high pressure. Do not attempt to tamper with any sprinklers or pipe, unless properly trained. 13. Our irrigation satellites and pump house are high voltage areas. Do not attempt to tamper with these areas. 14. We highly recommend the use of sun block while working outside. UV rays from the sun can damage your skin and eyes. Prolonged exposure to UV rays can also increase your risk of developing skin cancer. Sun block is provided and we strongly urge you to use it. We also recommend sunglasses to protect your eyes from exposure. 15. Handle shop tools with care and be sure you know how to use them. If you don t then ask your supervisor. Use common sense when using all tools 16. Do not attempt anything you are unsure of. When in doubt, ask the Superintendent. Golf Cart Safety Golf carts seat two people only and at NO time should anyone be on the back.

4 Safe Operating & Handling Procedures for Fertilizers General Precaution 1. Only trained personnel are allowed to apply fertilizer to any part to the property 2. Read the label to determine what fertilizer you are putting down and the application rate desired. 3. Wear protective clothing when handling fertilizers. Protective clothing should include gloves, eye protection and respirator if required. 4. Be aware of people around you and keep your distance while you are applying any fertilizer product. 5. Do not apply fertilizers directly to streams, ponds or any other water course. Maintain a safe distance of 10m away from these areas to avoid any contamination. 6. Dispose of old fertilizer bags promptly after application. Bags can be disposed of in the non organic bin. 7. Maintain a record of what fertilizer was applied, where it was applied, when it was applied, and how much product was used. Emergency Response to Fertilizer Spillage General Guidelines 1. Inform your supervisor of the situation. All can be reached over the two way radios for possible courses of action to be taken. 2. Remove any excess fertilizer and save what can be saved. If the spill has occurred on a turfed area, rake up any excess fertilizer and apply large volumes of water to the spill site. 3. Make sure you are properly protected while cleaning up the spill by wearing gloves. Safe Handling Procedures for Hazardous Materials General Precautions 1. Always read the label of the product being used. 2. Follow label directions on mixing and safety equipment needed for the product 3. Use common sense when handling hazardous materials. 4. If you have any question about the safety or use of this product, ask your supervisor for instruction on its safe use.

5 Safe Operating & Handling Procedures for Pesticides General Precautions 1. Always read the label before opening pesticide container and follow all precautions and directions. 2. Mix pesticides at least 50m from any water source. Triple rinse empty containers and add rinse water to the tank. Mix only enough solution to do the job. 3. Never smoke, chew tobacco or eat while handling or applying pesticides. Do not carry food or tobacco items in clothing while spraying. Change clothing and wash thoroughly before eating. 4. When handling and mixing concentrates, rinsing empty containers or repairing leaks, a full set of protective clothing should be worn including waterproof cap, coveralls, impervious gloves and boots, and eye protectors. If highly or extremely toxic pesticides are being used a respirator should be worn. If very dusty formulations are being handled, a dust mask should be worn. If volatiles or gases are being handled, a respirator must be worn. 5. Only trained personnel are allowed to mix and apply pesticides. If you are unsure of how to use any chemical or if you should be using one at all, STOP and consult the Course Superintendent for direction on what to do! Emergency Response Plan for Pesticide Spillage 1. Inform your supervisor of the situation and for direction on a course of action 2. Keep people away from the spill area 3. Clean up any pesticide spills immediately. In the case of minor spills, use dry soil or other absorbent material to remove excess liquid and sweep up powders and granulars. Contaminated soil and sweepings should be spread over a larger area of bare soil to facilitate rapid degradation. Make sure you are adequately protected when cleaning up the spill. 4. In the case of a major pesticide "spill" the Ministry of the Environment, Spills Action Centre must be notified at Emergency Response Plan for Accidents Involving Pesticides EMERGENCY & FIRST-AID PROCEDURES FOR PESTICIDE POISONING Inform the Superintendent of the situation. Become familiar with the chemicals you are using. Keep a list of common names in case of accidents or emergencies. This information can be found on the product labels and cross-referenced with the MSDS sheets.

6 If a pesticide has come into contact with the skin or has been spilled on clothing, remove the clothing and wash the skin thoroughly with soap and warm water. Repeat the wash. If a pesticide has come into contact with the eyes, rinse them with plenty of clean water for 15 minutes. If a person suspects poisoning from exposure to a pesticide by swallowing, inhalation, or contact with skin or eyes, read the label on the pesticide container and carry out the first-aid treatment suggested. IMMEDIATELY AFTER THE FIRST-AID TREATMENT HAS BEEN GIVEN, WRAP THE PATIENT IN A COAT OR BLANKET AND RUSH HIM/HER TO THE NEAREST HOSPITAL. TAKE THE LIST OF CHEMICAL COMMON NAMES WITH YOU AND IDENTIFY THE ONES BEING USED. IF A PERSON IS FOUND UNCONSCIOUS OR LAPSES IN UNCONSCIOUSNESS CALL AN AMBULANCE IMMEDIATELY EMERGENCY ADVICE ON PESTICIDE POISONING IS AVAILABLE BY CONTACTING THE POISON INFORMATION CENTRES: THE NAMES AND TELEPHONE NUMBERS ARE LISTED UNDER EMERGENCY CALLS AT THE FRONT OF EACH BELL TELEPHONE DIRECTORY. OUR LOCAL POISON INFORMATION CENTRE TELEPHONE NUMBER IS: Emergency Response for Accidents on the Course General Guidelines for operator injury involving equipment 1. Inform your supervisor of the situation. All can be called over the two way radios to give direction on a course of action. 2. Asses the condition of the injured individual. Begin FIRST-AID procedures for the victim. Do not move the injured person unless it is absolutely necessary. Do not attempt to remove any equipment that may be pinning the operator down. Such attempts may increase the severity of the injury. 3. Call an ambulance and inform them of the situation and the severity of injuries that the operator has received. 4. Have somebody waiting for the ambulance to direct them to the location of the accident scene. 5. Write a report outlining all the facts about the accident. Included in the report should be when the accident happened, where it happened, how it happened, who was involved in the accident, and what course of action was taken after the accident. General Guidelines for other accident situations (Trauma, heart attack, et.) 1. Inform your supervisor of the situation. All can be contacted by two way radios for direction on a possible course of action. 2. Assess the victim to determine the severity of his/her injuries. 3. Begin FIRST-AID on the victim. 4. Call for an ambulance and inform them of the situation, and the current condition of the victim involved. 5. Have somebody waiting for the ambulance when it arrives to guide them to the accident site.

7 6. Write a report outlining the facts of what happened in the incident. Included in the report should be statements on where it happened, how it happened, what injuries were involved, who it happened to, and the course of action taken after the discovery of the injured victim. Emergency Evacuation plan for Maintenance Facility General Guidelines in case of fire or other causes. 1. Evacuate the building immediately and go to the designated meeting place so that all occupants that were in the building can be accounted for. The designated meeting place for all maintenance employees in the case of an evacuation will be at the far end of the PUBLIC PARKING LOT. 2. Call the Fire Department from the Clubhouse and inform them of the situation. 3. Inform your supervisor of the situation. All can be contacted over the two way radio. 4. Keep everyone well back of the maintenance facility until it is safe to return. Procedures during a Lightning Storm General guidelines 1. Stop what you are doing and return to the maintenance building to take shelter. Remain in the shelter of the maintenance building until the storm has passed and the threat of lightning is gone. Your supervisor will decide when it is safe to return outside. 2. If you are unable to return to the shop for whatever reason then: a. DO NOT takes shelter underneath a tree. b. DO NOT handles any metal objects. c. Find shelter immediately. If there is no available shelter within the area then: d. Find the lowest point in the immediate area, away from the tree line, and go to it. e. Stay close to the ground (lying or kneeling) and remain there until the storm has passed and the threat of lightning is over. f. After the threat of lighting is gone, immediately return to the maintenance shop to let your supervisor know that you are OK.

8 Workplace Violence Bill 168 effective June 15, 2010 Policy Statement The Ridge at Manitou Golf Club believes in the prevention of violence and promotes a violence-free workplace in which all people respect one another and work together to achieve common goals. Any act of violence committed by or against any member of our workplace or member of the public, is unacceptable conduct that will not be tolerated. What is workplace violence? Workplace violence is defined in the Occupational Health and Safety Act as follows: Penalty (a) the exercise of physical force by a person against a worker, in a workplace, that causes or could cause physical injury to the worker, (b) an attempt to exercise physical force against a worker, in a workplace, that could cause physical injury to the worker, (c) a statement or behaviour that it is reasonable for a worker to interpret as a threat to exercise physical force against the worker, in a workplace, that could cause physical injury to the worker No employee or any other individual affiliated with The Ridge at Manitou Golf Club shall subject any other person to workplace violence or allow or create conditions that support workplace violence. An employee that subjects another employee, client, or other person to workplace violence may be subject to disciplinary action up to and including termination. Other persons may be removed from the premises. Report Incidents Immediately If you witness or are a victim in this workplace (on these premises), notify Drew Rachar, General Manager & Course Superintendent (705) immediately. Drew Rachar will investigate the matter. In emergency situations call 911.

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11 Health & Safety Policies and Procedures I have read and fully understand the Health & Safety Policies and Procedures as outlined in the Health and Safety Policies and Procedures Manual. I agree to follow these procedures and wear any personal protective equipment that is required in any situation. Date: Employee's Signature Employer's Signature

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