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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
The program explains how the Material Safety Data Sheet (MSDS) information provides the answers to critical questions in an emergency.
This program teaches your employees about the most common violations which OSHA cites—and how to avoid them.
The original version of this best-seller, now in five languages. This program is based on the work of W.H. Heinrich and his famous "Heinrich Triangle." It demonstrates that a serious or fatal accident can emerge randomly from seemingly routine unsafe situations and unsafe acts.
This is an engaging video with an emphasis on computer monitors. An amusing "screen saver" named Bill takes control of the situation and teaches everyone all he knows about proper monitor set-up and other office issues such as material handling.
This program focuses on the personal responsibility of the operator and stresses the joint efforts of both employer and employee to ensure safe operation of the forklift truck.
Every year, hundreds of thousands of employees are injured because they fail to wear the necessary personal protective equipment (PPE), or the equipment they did wear didn’t fully protect them. This program focuses on the types of PPE used to protect the eyes, face, head, hands and feet.
This program teaches employees that their safety depends on understanding the hazards in the workplace and equipping themselves to avoid them.
The main message of this program is that personal protective equipment must be worn whenever hazards exist in the workplace. It focuses on head, face, eye, hand, and foot protection.
The program uses a combination of warehouse footage and informative graphics to explain the basic types and principles of counterbalanced forklift trucks.
Issues concerning the stability triangle and load balance are addressed using 3D graphics and animation. Safety Issues concerning battery and LPG power sources are addressed and a variety of inspection and operational procedures are explained including: pre-start safety checks, recharging and refueling hazards, dock safety, safe driving techniques, and working around other employees.
This program provides information about the specific requirements of the PSM Standard for personnel who will be taking part in gathering process safety information or participating in process safety analysis.
This program takes the operator through the initial start-up process, normal operations, temporary operations, emergency shut down, post-tear down and inspection start-up. Special emphasis is placed on communication during the information gathering and hazard analysis processes.
Viewers will learn how a process hazard analysis is conducted to identify what accidents might happen and what the consequences might be.
Learn the importance of gathering information that will tell employees what will happen to chemicals , processes, equipment and containment systems in various situations, and how this information can help them answer “what if” scenarios and react to accidental releases of hazardous chemicals.
This video gives an overview of the nature, extent, and effects of typical respiratory hazards. These hazards include three types: oxygen deficiency, particulate contaminants, and gas and vapor contaminants.
Electricity causes thousands of injuries and deaths and millions of dollars in property damage each year. Yet electricity acts in predictable ways—there is nothing mysterious about it. Knowing the basic Rules of Danger about electricity can significantly reduce the risk of property damage, injury, or death.
This video shows operators how to avoid a lift truck accident. It covers step-by-step procedures for safely picking up a load, driving with a load, setting a load down, and parking.
This program uses a combination of warehouse footage and informative graphics to explain the basic types and principles of powered pallet movers. Powered industrial vehicle training requirements are outlined including new hire and refresher training requirements. Issues concerning the stability triangle and load balance are addressed using 3D graphics and animation.