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Designed to teach your new employees how to recognize and work safely around hazards in the workplace, this video introduces the principles of hazard communication, energy isolation and control, permits and confined space safety—as well as the types of tasks which are prohibited in the workplace.
This program introduces the principles of hazard communication, energy isolation and control, permits and confined space safety.
Getting to the brass tacks of the importance of safety on the job, this program hits hard at what safety is and the importance of keeping safety top-of-mind each and every day. The program addresses the relationship of unsafe actions to accidents, the safety responsibilities of management and employees and the safety system that has been established.
Injuries and accidents can be prevented and lives can be saved when signs, tags, labels and placards are used properly.
This program is directed to training workers who might discover a hazardous chemical spill or release how to gather the information necessary to sound the alarm without placing themselves in jeopardy.
Part 1 of a two-part series, this program covers how electricity works and what hazards it presents.
This program outlines and explains the hazards of forklift operation. It details the reasons why forklifts can become unstable and tip over. It examines ramp and loading dock accidents as well as hazards that pose a threat to the safety of pedestrians.
This program is for all line employees and supervisors who handle potentially hazardous materials on the job. Live action sequences show different response tactics that should be considered before attempting to mitigate a hazardous materials incident.
This program examines the components that make up the protective equipment that keeps workers safe on the job. It outlines how an employer assesses the need for PPE based on the potential hazards in a facility.
Forklift accidents account for thousands of injuries each year — many of them serious and too many of them fatal. The big cause of these injuries is lack of stability — more specifically, tip-over.
The importance of recognizing the different types of respiratory hazards that may be encountered, and specific type and style of respirator to be used are detailed as well as the proper procedures for putting-on and taking-off, cleaning, and storing respirators. The different aspects of the company’s respiratory protection plan, air monitoring, fit testing, record-keeping and medical examination requirements are also covered.
This program enables your organization to provide the essential training for increasing employee awareness for correct handling of hazardous waste.
Winter Driving teaches drivers the techniques they need to know to be safe winter drivers.
There are some additional steps you can take to reduce potential violence situations in the workplace.
Behavioral observation by front-line managers and supervisors is one way to determine those employees who might be at risk of a violent outbreak.
If there is a threat made or an outburst or incident, it is imperative that you thoroughly document the information regarding an at-risk employee.
Effective personnel policies can contribute greatly toward preventing violence in the workplace.
You should always wash your hands before, during, and after preparing or eating food, using the toilet, caring for someone who is sick, blowing your nose (or coughing/sneezing), handling animals or touching garbage. Think of hand washing as a process. Follow these steps to ensure proper hand washing.
How lack of preparation can derail a training session
Setting up a workplace violence policy is a good first step in getting the message across that violence within your workplace will not be tolerated.