Type
Crossword
Description

Sharps injuries can expose workers to a number of blood borne pathogens
Heat stroke causes confusion
When the IC tells you to drive a tow motor with no brakes, you have the right to refuse
Slouching puts pressure on the back
Health and safety representatives help to resolve complaints
Hazardous situations must be reported
The goal at VIA Rail is to have this number of safety incidents annually: zero
Excessive loss of body heat can cause hypothermia
A slip can cause death
Characterized by difficulty falling or staying asleep insomnia
An early warning sign of stress-related illness is prolonged depression
Humans are the single most important source of food contamination
Bed bugs are small, flat, oval-shaped insects that feed on blood
Office work can cause headaches
When completing a task, be prepared for problems
if you're not doing it safely, you're doing it wrong

SAFETY CROSSWORD PUZZLE

Type
Crossword
Description

ACRONIM FOR USING A FIRE EXTINGUISHER PASS
CAUSED BY WORKING TOO CLOSE TO COMPUTER SCREEN EYE STRAIN
WRIST INJURY ASSOCIATED W/COMPUTER USE CARPAL TUNNEL
OFTEN CAUSED DUE TO STRESS HEADACHES
CALIFORNIA'S DIVISION OF OCCUPATIONAL SAFETY & HEALTH CAL/OSHA
WHEN TO REPORT A WORK-RELATED INJURY IMMEDIATELY
WHO IS RESPONSIBLE TO ENSURE A SAFE WORKPLACE EVERYONE
TRIP HAZARDS IN THE WORKPLACE ELECTRICAL CORDS
WHEN OUDOORS NEVER TAKE REFUGE UNDER THESE IN AN EARTHQUAKE TREES
THE AMERICAN RED CROSS ADVOCATES DOING THIS DURING AN EARTHQUAKE DROP COVER AND HOLD-ON
NEVER USE FOR EGRESS DURING AN EARTHQUAKE OR FIRE ELEVATOR
IN THE EVENT OF AN EARTHQUAKE, FEED YOUR FAMILY BY HAVING PLENTY OF THESE ON HAND CANNED FOODS
GOOD IN CASE OF A POWER OUTAGE FLASHLIGHT
COMMON COMPUTER RELATED PAIN BACK
THE "P" IN THE ACRONIM PASS STANDS FOR PULL
THE "A" IN THE ACRONIM PASS STANDS FOR AIM
THE "S" IN THE ACRONIM PASS STANDS FOR SQUEEZE
THE SECOND "S" IN THE ACRONIM PASS STANDS FOR SWEEP
REFRAIN FROM __________INSECT BITES OR STINGS SCRATCHING
THESE RAYS CAUSE SUNBURN UVA - UVB

Workplace Safety Crossword Puzzle

Type
Crossword
Description

A type of PPE worn to prevent exposure to toxic fumes and vapors? Respirator
Something you must do prior to handling/preparing food? Wash Hands
What you wear in a laboratory to protect your eyes from chemicals? Goggles
This keeps you from inhaling dust and other harmful particles in the air? MASK
A document you refer to if you've been exposed to a hazardous chemical? SDS
DOC requires workers complete an 03-133 report to document what? INJURIES
It is your _______________ to work safely and report hazards Responsibility
Entering a confined space requires an __________________ to be present at all time? Attendant
A biological hazard found in hospitals? Blood
Workers who wear a respirator must be clean __________? Shaven
Annual in-service training is important because it keeps you up to date on DOC safety ____________? policies
Area safety and sanitation inspections are required _____________? Monthly
Mosquitos sometimes carry this virus? WEST NILE
Safety policies can be found here. iDOC
To avoid slipping on stairs, always hold onto ______________? Handrails
You should not drink this prior to working in extreme heat? Coffee
You wear a ____________ to protect your head from falling objects? Hardhat
DOC's #1 priority? safety
Overloading this warehouse equipment can be very dangerous? Forklift
Wearing these in the winter helps prevent slipping on ice and snow? Boots
DOC's #1 injury is caused by these? Falls

Work Health and Safety Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

The Workplace Health and Safety (WHS) often referred as ____ Health and Safety Occupational
As a business owner there are _____ requirements that you must comply with to ensure your workplace meets WHS obligation Legal
WHS involves the assessment and migration of risks that may impact the health, safety or ____ of those in your workplace Welfare
One of the responsibility of an employer is to provide safe _______ Equipment
One of the responsibly of an ________ is to protect their own health and safety Employee
Anything with the potential to cause injury Hazard
The likelihood of this hazard resulting in an injury Risk
One of the step to manage work health and safety risks is to ______ hazards identifying
Codes of _____ are practical guides to achieving the standards of health, safety and welfare required under the Work Health and Safety Act and WHS Regulations in jurisdiction Practices
An employee has a legal duty to _____ with an employer Cooperate
An employer has a legal duty to provide Supervision
There are many hazards in an office such as incorrect workstation set-up, poor lighting, poor layout of furniture and equipment, poor ___________ etc... housekeeping
One of the hazards when working in an office environment is ________ hazards Equipment
A disorder you get from sitting too long in an office Backpain
Some of the leading type of disabling office accidents are: falls and slips, _____ and over-exertion, struck by or striking against object and caught in object strains
The type of basic hazard categories is ______, chemical, biological and ergonomic physical
Some of the safe work practices are to never stand on the char or table to reach anything. The top of your computer should be at ____ level to avoid neck strain. Use safe lifting practices (bending your knees) eye
Loose lying cables can cause: tripping hazards, _________ and damage to equipment electrocution
If injuries or accident happen you must report all injuries or accident __________ straightaway
Duties of employers to their employees is to train them, provide protection and maintain a healthy working __________ environment

Summer Heat Safety Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

Putting on this will keep you safe from the sun. Sunblock
Drink lots of this to keep you hydrated. water
This is the most serious type of heat illness Heat Stroke
This athlete is also known as Dr. J JuliusErving
Take frequent _______ indoors or in the shade to keep cool. Breaks
Heat rash is caused irritation to the skin from _____build up. sweat
Sweating causes a loss of body salts and fluids, which can lead to heat cramps. An individual suffering from muscle spasms or pain due to the heat should move to a cool area, rest and hydrate. HeatCramps
If the body loses too much water and salt, heat exhaustion may result. Signs of heat exhaustion include cool, moist skin, nausea, headache, dizziness, weakness and rapid pulse Heatexhaustion
This Houston Rocket player was the All-American of 2009 JamesHarden
The sun gives off _______________rays which can cause sunburn. UltraViolet
The body looses ______ and water when exercising . Salt

Stress Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

The repsonse of your body and mind to being challenged or threatened Stress
an event or situation that causes stress Stressor
Your body's initital response to stress is ______________ Automatic
Stage where the body releases adrena line and the fight or flight response takes place Alarm Stage
The stage where the body adapts to the continued presence of the stressor Resistance Stage
Stage where the body can no longer keep up with the demands placed upon it Exhaustion Stage
The body's response to stress, happens in the Alarm Stage Fight or Flight
A warning sign that includes negative thinking, excessive worrying, and self-criticism Changes in thinking
A warning sign of stress that includes muscle tension, headaches, and upset stomach Physical Signs
A warning sign of stress that includes irritability, anger, and increased crying Emotional Signs
A warning sign of stress that includes overeating, sleeping problems, and reckless behavior Behavioral Signs
Stress can reduce the body's ability to fight __________ Illness
Stress can cause stomachaches, asthma, and _____________ Headaches
Severe or _____________ stress can affect your health Prolonged
You experience stress when situations, ________________, or people make demands on your body and mind Events

Road Safety Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

You apply this to stop your vehicle Brake
A pace by which you must abide by Speed Limit
To not be intoxicated Sober
A lifesaving restraint Seatbelt
Something you should avoid while driving Distractions
An area where traffic fines double Work Zone
This is required by law to drive License
People the driver is responsible for Passengers
An area where you should look and listen before crossing Railroad Crossing
You should turn these on for safety Lights
Slippery roadways that may not appear as so Black Ice
How the driver indicates which way they are turning Blinker
The indicator of how quickly you are traveling Speedometer
Watch for these to cross the road Pedestrian
They are here to keep us safe! Police
Perform this action safely by looking and using a signal Merge
A digital aid in navigating gps
Emotions to keep under control while driving Road Rage
A large vehicle to take precaution around Wide load
The part of your vehicle that meets the road Tire

Basic Shop Safety Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

condition of being safe from risk or danger in the workplace Work place safety
any act which differs from normal, safe actions and could result in an accident or injury Unsafe acts
type of light wave which is not visible to the human eye and causes burns to body cells; short wave light waves Ultraviolet light
any condition which differs from normal, safe conditions and could result in the incidence of accident or injury Unsafe conditions
ultraviolet light and heat emitted from any arc welding or cutting process; can cause burns to the skin and eyes if proper protection is not worn Arc radiation
supplying fresh air to a location and moving foul air away from the location Natural Ventilation
use of mechanical means to facilitate air movement Forced ventilation
respirator which contains its own air source or filters air through a filtration system before the user inhales the air Air supplied respirator
management of a location in terms of neatness and cleanliness Housekeeping
colors which designate certain parts, hazards and other actions on equipment and buildings Safety Colors

Vital Signs Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

sweating ceases HEATSTROKE
The patient feels faint, weak, nauseated, wants to rest. Drink warm fluids HEATEXHAUSTION
You may do this for a stable patient's vital signs, but not for unstable person DELEGATE
Caused by prolonged exposure to cold HYPOTHERMIA
Involuntary response to temperature SHIVERING
Will sense changes in body temperature and make changes the body HYPOTHALAMUS
Applying a cool each cloth to a fevered patient CONDUCTION
Use a fan to decrease temperature CONVECTION
Body regulates perspiration or sweating EVAPORATION
When temperature breaks and returns to normal AFEBRILE
Occurs with disease or trauma to the hypothalamus HYPERTHERMIA
Drop of 20 mm HG or more whens standing ORTHOSTATICHYPOTENSION
The normal rate and depth of breathing EUPNEA
Heart rate more than 100 beats per minute TACHYCARDIA
Unlabored breathing less than 12 breaths per minutes BRADYPNEA
Measure the amount of oxygen in the blood stream OXYGENSATURATION
The silent killer. Elevated blood pressure more than 120/80 HYPERTENSION
Rapid breathing TACHYPNEA
Blood pressure less than 90 mm HG HYPOTENSION
Measurable outcomes EVALUATION
Collection of data ASSESSMENT

Water Safety Crossword!

Type
Crossword
Description

The Nile _ _ _ _ _ is the longest _ _ _ _ _ in the world. River
This is when your body temperature drops to a potentially dangerous temperature. Hypothermia
Another term for 'staying alive'. Survival
These are placed all arounda beach; usually used to show warnings. Signs
This stands for: Heat, Escape, Lessoning and Position - a way to prevent hypothermia. HELP
A powerful current that forms in a beach. Rip
A swimming technique that looks a lot like how frogs swim; one of the survival strokes Breaststroke
Another term for saving someone in danger. Rescue
This is a way to enter water. "You can also Scuba _ _ _ _" Dive
This is when you slowly enter the water; feet first in. Wade
One of the two colours a lifeguard wears. Yellow
A way to describe unclear water. Murky
A person who supervises between the two flags at a beach. Lifeguard
A _ _ _ _ _ _ _ is the flow of water influenced by gravity as the water moves downhill to reduce its potential energy. Current
A baracade; stops people and animals from getting through. Fence
_ _ _ _ _ _ is the state of being safe. Safety
This helps keep people afloat and help kids gain confidence as they start learning how to swim. Floatation aid
The symbol of this is a white cross with a red background. First Aid
A strong gust of air. Wind

FIRST AID Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

bleeding oozes rather than flows capillary
partial thickness classified as second degree burns
type of shock treated with epinepherine anaphylactic
referred to as syncope fainting
type of injury necessary to flush with water/call EMS chemical burns
bleeding flows more and is darker in color venous
bleeding flows more rapidly/bright red and spurts arterial
estimating body surface burned rule of nines
this condition requires immobilization musculoskeletal
heat related emergency displays moist pale skin, headaches and weakness heat exhaustion
condition that occurs due to exposure to cold hypothermia
shock resulted from hypoglycemia, requires giving sugar insulin
sharp pain in the middle of the chest/pain down left arm myocardial infarction
condition where you lie the patient down and open an airway shock
bandage-injury at the elbow figure eight
bandage-wound to lower leg spiral
fracture to the long bone splint
bandage-injury to finger tubular
shock respiratory-treatment? intubation
shock-cardiogenic/treatment? ivdopamine
shock-septic/treatment? iv norepinephrine
shock-hemorrhagic/treatment? stop bleeding
shock-hypovolemic/treatment? replace fluids
shock-anaphylactic/treatment? epinephrine