One of the decisions of the Extraordinary General Shareholders Meeting (RUPSLB) of Prakindo Group on Wednesday, June 21, 2017 at Hotel Santika Mega City Bekasi is the change of Board of Directors of PT Prakarsa Etsa Utama. Mr. I Nyoman Widyatmika, ST, MSc., Was appointed as Director of PT Prakarsa Etsa Utama to replace Mr. Ir. Texin Sirait, MM, who served before.
As a follow up of the decision, on Tuesday, July 4, 2017, the transfer of the previous Director to the new Director has been made. Thus, Mr. I Nyoma Widyatmika officially served as Director of PT Prakarsa Etsa Utama. With the change, the stewardship structure changes to the following:
At the Extraordinary General Meeting of Shareholders also decided to change the management of PT Prakarsa Enviro Indonesia where the new management with the composition as follows:
On Friday, July 21, 2017, Prakindo Group held a K3LL Training for Prakindo Group employees with the theme “Handling Burns from the Risk Impact of Hot Work Work”. This training was held in Workshop, Jl Benda No. 100 Padurenan, Mustika Jaya Kota Bekasi. As Trainer this time is mother Zr. Trisna Widyaningsih.
HOT WORK WORK
A hot work job is a job that generates heat or a work related to heat. Examples: Welding, soldering, cutting, and grinding.
HOT WORK WORK RISK
Here are some risks that can occur in hot work jobs. For example: Burns to workers, damage to materials by fire, explosion of oxygen and combustible atmosphere, oxygen depletion in narrow space, heat-induced injuries.
What is meant by burns are all injuries that occur due to exposure to high temperatures. Burns can be caused by thermal (temperatures above 60 °), chemicals (strong acid / base), electricity, and radiation.
1. Burns Degree I
The degree I burn only covers the uppermost layer of skin (epidermis). This degree 1 burn can be identified with signs: skin red, skin pain, and sometimes swelling.
2. Burns Degree II
Second degree burns include the outermost layer of skin so that the underlying skin layer is disrupted.Second degree burns are usually characterized by the appearance of bubbles in the skin, swelling, reddened skin (sometimes white)
3. Class III Burns
In this burn the affected layer is unlimited. This burn can also get to the bones and internal organs. Signs of degree III burns include dry skin, pale skin, white, and charred, patients numbness (caused by nerve damage).
INTERRUPTIONS HAPPENED IN FUEL INJURIES
FUEL FEEDING RATE
1. Light Burns
Here are the characteristics of minor burns: Not about the face, hands, feet, joints, genitals or respiratory tract. Burns degree III (three) more than 10% of body surface area. Second degree burns (two) more than 30% of the body surface area. Burns accompanied by pain, swelling and changes in the shape of motion.Burns include one part of the body such as arms, legs or chest. Burns degree III (three) or degree II (two) larger 20% body surface area (baby / child).
2. Medium Burns
Here are the characteristics of moderate burns: Not about the face, hands, feet, joints, genitals or respiratory tract. Burns degree III (three) 2% – 10% body surface area. Burns degree II (two) 15% – 30% of body surface area. Burns degree I (one) more than 50% of the body surface area. Burns degree II (two) 10% – 20% body surface area (baby / child).
3. Heavy Burns
Here are the features of severe burns: Regarding the face, hands, feet, joints, genitals or respiratory tract.Burns degree III (three) more than 10% of body surface area. Second degree burns (two) more than 30% of the body surface area. Burns accompanied by pain, swelling and changes in the shape of motion. Burns include one part of the body such as arms, legs or chest. Burns degree III (three) or degree II (two) larger 20% body surface area (baby / child).
Here is the right way to handle burns. First, stop the burn process by means of cold water flow on the affected part. When the burn process due to chemicals, then run cold water continuously for 20 minutes. Second, remove pakaiaan or jewelry patient. Cut out clothing if clothing is sticky to burns. Third, do an early assessment (response, breath and pulse). Open the patient’s breath path (give respiratory help if necessary), give oxygen if present. Fourth, determine the degree and severity of burns of the patient. Fifth, cover the burn using a sterile cover (kassa). Do not break the bubbles and do not use ointment, antiseptic or ice on burns. If it burns the eye, make sure both eyes are closed. If the burns are on the fingers, then bandage each finger separately. Sixth, keep the patient’s body temperature and other injuries if any. Lastly, refer to the nearest health facility for advanced treatment.
HANDLING OF SPECIAL FEATURES
Special burns are burns that are not caused by fire or hot objects. Here are some examples of handling special burns.
First, combine the burned area with plenty of water continuously for 20 minutes and do not flush the burn with water if it is known that the chemical reacts strongly in contact with water (read msds from the chemicals in question). Secondly, if exposed to the eye, the aliri keep burns with water that much more than 20 minutes and during the trip to the nearest health facility when needed. Third, position the body somewhat away from the patient’s body contaminated with chemicals for the safety of the helper. Fourth, if known chemicals in the form of solid powder, then broom the burn area with a soft brush, then aliri water on the burn area for 20 minutes.Fifth, secure the former pakaiaan patients contaminated. Sixth, cover burns with sterile gauze. Lastly, refer to the nearest health facility for advanced care.
First, turn off the power source and move the patient carefully from a flowing electric source (use boards and poles to keep out of power when there is still electricity). Second, do an early assessment (response, pulse and breath). Third, look for burns in the area of electricity and cover with sterile gauze. Fourth, prepare for pulmonary heart resisutation (CPR) if there is a risk of stopping breathing or cardiac arrest in the patient. Lastly, refer to the nearest health facility for advanced care.
Inhalation Injuries (Inhalation of Heat / Chemical Steam).
First, move the patient to a cool and safe place to provide oxygen supply to the patient, if necessary oxygen is moisturized. Second, keep the airway and breathing (do artificial breathing if necessary). Lastly refer to the nearest health facility for advanced care.
THINGS WHICH NEED TO BE AVOIDED ON FUEL INSTRUCTIONS.
There are some things that are prohibited to be done on burns because it can worsen the situation, namely: applying toothpaste, butter, soy sauce, brake fluid, oil, gasoline, and others above burns because it can cause infection and inhibit the healing process burns, Can even cause poisoning.
Another thing that is also prohibited is to solve the blistered skin because it will facilitate the occurrence of infection and dehydration.