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This program reviews the requirements for operating a forklift safely. From pre-trip inspection requirements through refueling, it educates viewers on the many kinds of awareness needed to operate a forklift truck properly.
Goin’ Through the Motions™ (For Employees)
Goin’ Through the Motions is a program that both informs employees about repetitive motion illnesses and presents specific actions that will reduce the risk on the job.
Goin’ Through the Motions™ (For Supervisors)
Goin’ Through the Motions—For Supervisors is a video that both informs supervisors and managers about repetitive motion illnesses and presents specific actions that will reduce the risk on the job.
Hanging Iron: Truck Tire Chaining
This highly acclaimed program instructs big rig drivers on the various processes and regulations involved with snow chain usage. It provides drivers with step-by-step instructions for the two different methods of mounting chains on tires (roll over method and block method), plus a real roadside example.
Hazard Communication: Physical Hazards™
For all line employees and supervisors who handle potentially hazardous materials on the job.
Hazard Communication: Health Hazards™
Basic health hazards and terms commonly found on the SDS are illustrated with graphics and demonstrations that enhance the training experience.
Hazard Communication: It's All About Safety
This refresher program to the Hazard Communication Standard provides a concise overview of the key elements of the standard that any employee, supervisor or contractor who work with potentially hazardous materials should be aware of.
Hazard Communication: Refresher Training
This refresher training program to the Hazard Communication Standard provides a concise overview of the key elements of the standard that any employee, supervisor or contractor who work with potentially hazardous materials should be aware of.
HAZMAT Awareness: A Starting Point for Safety™
This program emphasizes the total team effort required of shippers, handlers, and carriers in safely handling a hazardous material.
Hearing Protection: Hearsafe™
This program explains how loud noise, on and off the job, can cause permanent hearing loss while showing various types of hearing protectors and tells how to wear them.
Holding Effective Safety Meetings
Keep your team involved in a safe workplace. This program helps employees understand the importance of safety meetings, how to plan and conduct them and reporting violations of your safety policy.
Hypothermia and Frostbite
This informative video thoroughly covers everything employees need to know about the dangers of hypothermia and frostbite—and how to avoid them.
Lab Compliance: Laboratory Conditions™ (Using Chemicals Safely)
Work in a laboratory, or even cleaning or fixing equipment there, usually involves handling, moving, pouring, or measuring many different substances. Not all of them are hazardous, but some are. And you have to know how to protect yourself from the substances that can harm you, your coworkers, or the environment."
Labels and Other Forms of Warning
This program explains the basic hazard warning information that will be found on labels and how that information is tied to the MSDS.
Lift Truck Characteristics, Balance & Stability™
This program teaches viewers what they need to know to become professional lift truck operators. It covers the following other important aspects of forklifts: classifications; the functions of the various parts of a forklift; maximum load weights; load center; and lift weight.
Lift Truck Inspections: Battery-Powered Engines™
This video provides a step-by-step checklist for conducting both a physical/exterior and Operational inspection, including all parts and systems.
Lift Truck Inspections: Internal Combustion Engines™
Current Regulations require that lift trucks be inspected at least once a day. This video will teach viewers how to conduct pre-operation inspection of a lift truck powered by an internal combustion engine, as well as the proper techniques for starting and refueling.
Listen Up! Preventing Noise Induced Hearing Loss
This program describes the effect of noise on hearing and provides information concerning the different types of personal hearing protection and their proper use. The different aspects of the company’s hearing conservation program are detailed including noise monitoring procedures, controlling noise exposure, audiometric testing, training and record-keeping.
OSHA has expanded the Hazard Communication or Right-To-Know Standard beyond the manufacturing and chemical industries to cover employees who work with chemicals at non-manufacturing organizations. This program is designed to instruct workers about the chemicals they work with, what precautions to take to avoid injury and what to do if accidents occur
Material Safety Data Sheet - Information You Can Use™
The program explains how the Material Safety Data Sheet (MSDS) information provides the answers to critical questions in an emergency.