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Preventive Health Policies

Accident Causes, Prevention, & Control:Accident Investigations:Aerial Work Platform Safety:
  • Provide the definitions for an accident & a near-miss.
  • List the causes of accidents.
  • Explain how to prevent & control accidents.
  • Complete a Job Safety Analysis.
Gives you proven techniques for effective accident investigation, including how to
  • respond to an accident,
  • keep control of an accident scene,
  • determine the accidents’ cause &
  • develop preventive action plans.
Train workers to safely operate powerful aerial platforms & prevent costly damage to life & property. Three types of lifts are presented.
  • Pre-operational inspections
  • Fueling/battery charging
  • Mounting/dismounting the lift
  • Driving & parking
Anthrax Threat:Arc Welding:Asbestos Abatement Policy:
In addition to the recent attacks, over 400 Anthrax letters have been reported since the 1990’s. Train employees on vital information needed to take precautions & protect against exposure to any potential Anthrax threat.
  • Definition & description of Anthrax
  • Modes of entry & physical effects
  • Suspicious letters & packages;
  • recognition of exposure situations
  • response procedures
  • Give examples of how accidents can result from Arc Welding
  • Describe what PPE is to be used during Arc Welding
  • Discuss ventilation requirements
  • Discuss fire prevention precautions
  • Discuss safe operation of an arc welder (a) Follow a safety checklist & (b) Safety Precautions for Electric Powered Welders
  • Describe the procedures to be followed to reduce worker exposure
  • Describe Company Policy regarding Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) & Clothing
  • Describe Company Policy regarding: (a) Notification of Personnel of the Hazards of Asbestos (b) Proper Asbestos Work Practices (c) Monitoring & Record keeping Requirements
  • Describe Company Principles of Sampling
Asbestos Awareness:Back & Lifting Safety:Back Care in Construction:
  • Explain what asbestos is & what it is used for
  • Identify asbestos containing materials (ACM)
  • Explain health effects due to asbestos exposure
  • Explain how to avoid personal exposure to ACM
  • Explain how to prevent back injury
  • Explain material handling techniques
  • Show how to lift objects properly
  • Explain the disadvantages of using back belts
Increase awareness of potential hazards in construction related activities & avoid injury.
  • Safe lifting: leg power, power zone, 10:1 ratio
  • Back structure & function
  • Shoveling safety
  • Equipment/material handling: picks, breakers, cement sacks, piping, sledgehammers
Building Successful Safety Teams:Back Safety for Maintenance Employees:Back Safety for Shipping & Receiving Employees:
Show team leaders how to develop & run effective safety teams, & stress to members the importance of contributing to team success. Developed by a leading behavior-based safety expert.Thorough coverage of back safety
  • Working in tight corners; running wires & cables
  • Working & lifting from ladders; lifting heavy objects
Thorough coverage of back safety.
  • Opening & closing trailer doors
  • Team lifting, moving pallets
  • Pulling carts, squat stocking
  • Lifting propane tanks & more!
Bomb Threat Procedures:Back Safety – Healthcare Providers:Boiler Safety:
This comprehensive training provides critical information that employees must know in case of a bomb threat. Train employees on what to look for & how to react to a bomb threats.
  • Bomb Incident Plans
  • Physical Security Plans
  • Written Procedures
  • Personal responsibility
Especially for hospital employees!
  • Structure & function of back
  • Stretching & exercise benefits
  • Lift principles/techniques: load/counter-load, 10:1 ratio, palm grip, load in close, leg power
  • Techniques for awkward positions
Hazards & Hazard Controls
  • External Inspection Procedures
  • Preparing a Boiler for Internal Inspection
  • Internal Inspection Procedures
  • Boiler Test Procedures
  • Blow down, Water Chemistry & Operating Ranges
  • Boiler Start-Up, Shut-Down & Daily Check Procedures
  • Boiler Extended Shut-Down & Maintenance
  • Causes of Boiler Accidents
  • Water Chemistry
Box Cutter Safety:Carpal Tunnel Syndrome (CTS):Carpentry & Lumber Handling:
Encourage awareness of the safety hazards involved with this useful but dangerous tool.
  • Keep extremities out of the cutting path
  • Care in changing blades
  • Storing & carrying box cutters
  • Good judgment & eliminating unsafe acts
  • Wrist & Hand Ligaments Involved in CTS
  • Causes of CTS
  • Ways to Prevent CTS
  • What to do if you experience wrist & hand pain
  • Treatment for CTS
  • Proper work procedures, controls & PPE to be used during Carpentry & Structural Maintenance
  • The Safety Precautions to be used during Table Saw & Chain Saw Operations
  • The proper procedures for Storage & H&ling of Lumber
Chemical-Biological Preparedness: The New ThreatChemical Safety Plan General:Chemical Safety Plan-HAZCOM For Labs:
Use this training to ensure that employees are familiar with essential procedures for preventing, identifying & responding to bio/chemical threats.
  • Potential chemical and biological weapons, including chlorine, phosgene, mustard gas, nerve gas, VX, Sarin, smallpox, anthrax, and botulinum
  • Indicators of bio/chemical use; signs & symptoms
  • Identify hazardous chemicals in their work area
  • Company Hazardous Chemical Inventory Policy
  • Company Labeling Requirements
  • Company MSDS Policy
  • Company Employee Training & Information Policy
  • Company Employee Non-Routine Task Program
  • Follow the Company Chemical Hygiene Plan to include (a) Safe Work Practices with Chemicals (b) Safety Equipment at the Facility (c) Chemical Procurement, Distribution, & Storage (d) Housekeeping, Maintenance, & Inspections (e) Personal Protective Equipment (f) Records, Signs & Labels (g) Spills & Laboratory Incidents (h) Company Waste Disposal Program
  • Company Procedures Regarding Reduction of Employee Exposure
  • Company Procedures Regarding Employee Training
  • Company Policy Regarding Medical Consultation & Examinations.
Cold Related Illness:Company Safety & Health Program :Compressed Gas Cylinders:
  • The Causes of Cold Stress
  • Major Risk Factors for Cold Related Stresses
  • Harmful Effects of Cold
  • Preventing Cold related Disorders
  • Safe Work Practices
  • Define the mission of the Company & how hazards are to be prevented
  • Discuss the Company Safety & Health policies & the objectives of the Safety & Health Program
  • Describe the Organization & Operation of the Company Safety Committee.
  • List the types of training offered at the Company & explain why each type of training is offered.
  • Explain general h&ling procedures & operating precautions of using compressed gas cylinders
  • Using pressure regulators & needle valves
  • How to Leak Test a cylinder
  • Explaining fluorocarbon gas cylinder systems
  • Explain how to handle Portable Gas Unit Systems
  • Do an Inspection Checklist on Gas Cylinders
Computer Workstation Ergonomics:Concrete & Masonry OperationsConfined Space
  • Health Hazards associated with Video Display Terminals (VDT’s)
  • Techniques to Prevent Work Station Injuries
  • Work Habits to Prevent Work Station Injuries
  • Problem Reporting & Problem Solving
  • Computer Workstation Ergonomic Evaluation Checklists
  • Hazards Associated with Concrete
  • Employee & Supervisor Responsibilities
  • Operational Safety, to include: (a) Shoring & Reshoring (b) Concrete Rebar & Steel H&ling (c) Forms (d) Formwork Removal
  • Concrete & Masonry Construction
  • Supervisor Oversight Responsibilities
  • Define what a confined space is.
  • Give examples of confined spaces.
  • Describe Permit-Required Confined Space Policy.
  • Describe what a Hazardous Atmosphere is.
  • Identify hazards associated with entry into a confined space.
  • Describe responsibilities of the person entering a confined space, the attendant, & the supervisor.
  • Describe Rescue & Emergency Services
  • Describe Training requirements
  • Describe Outside Contractor Responsibilities
Confined Entry – The OSHA StandardConfined Space Air MonitoringConfined Spaces: A Training Program for Employees
This comprehensive training illustrates the hazards associated with working in a confined space—& provides 29 CFR 1910.146 required training
  • Responsibilities of employer, supervisors, attendants, entrants
  • Permit space identification, & appropriate equipment
  • Emergencies & rescue teams

 

Provide required air monitoring training & ensure employees are properly protected from the potentially deadly air in a confined space.
  • Gaseous hazards: hydrogen sulfide, carbon monoxide, carbon dioxide, lack of oxygen & the sources & effects of each
  • Using air monitoring devices: training, calibrating, sampling, knowing device limitations
A comprehensive program designed to meet the requirements of 29 CFR Section 1910.146 (g) general education & specialized training.
  • Pre-entry & any subsequent testing or monitoring
  • Required written certification for re-entry
  • Requirement to immediately provide each authorized entrant testing results
  • Developing rescue plans, including the evaluation & selection of rescue personnel
Confined Space Entry: Life & DeathConstruction Safety Orientation for Employees Training ProgramWork Zone Safety for Construction & Utility Employees
Employees see how simple mistakes lead to major injuries & death during a confined space entry operation. Through the eyes of the entry team, your employees will learn about potential deadly mistakes.
  • Follow entry permit requirements completely
  • Duties of attendants, entrants & the entry supervisor
  • Lockout & line-breaking procedures
  • Rescue team availability & much more
Provides construction employees with a basic understanding of OSHA & its construction safety regs.
  • Electrical safety
  • Emergency Response & First Aid
  • Forklift & hand & power tools
  • HazCom & PPE
Comply with “Work Zone Safety Standard” FR 67: 18145-46! Constantly moving heavy equipment & normal traffic flow place workers in one of the most dangerous work environments. Based on NIOSH recommendations, this program reviews work zone safety from traffic control to worksite coordination in an effort to reduce fearful accidents.
  • Regulations, standards & warning signs
  • Equipment inspections & maintenance
  • Channeling devices
  • Flaggers & PPE
Crane SafetyCrane & HoistCryogen & Extreme Cold Safety
Help employees see their crucial role in preventing deadly accidents.
  • Equipment inspection & hazard assessment
  • Boom, jib & overhead cranes, h& signals
  • General & operational safety devices
  • Operator Responsibilities
  • General Safety Rules
  • Operation Rules
  • Rigging Safety Requirements
  • Display & Understand Hand Signals
  • Conduct a Crane & Hoist Safety Checklist
Define important terms including cryogen, critical point, critical temperature, vacuum jacket, pressure relief device, thermal stress, air condensation, & cold embrittlement.
  • Explain the hazards associated with contained cryogenic fluids.
  • Identify safe cryogen h&ling practices
  • Identify danger signs that indicate hazardous conditions within or around a cryogen containment system.
  • Explain Employee Response to an accidental release
  • Identify appropriate procedures for reporting cryogen accidents & incidents.
DOT Drug Testing in the WorkplaceDrug Abuse: Workshop for Supervisors & ManagersElectrical Safety
This extensive program was created specifically for use in the trucking industry for compliance with DOT guidelines.
  • History & effectiveness of drug testing
  • Dangers associated with today’s drugs & alcohol
  • Accuracy, confidentiality & security of the testing procedure: chain of custody, double positive tests & employee rights
  • Dealing with drug use in the workplace, including recognition, employee confrontation & assistance
Essential information enables supervisors to deal effectively with this problem.
  • Explanation of the impact of popular drugs
  • Common methods of concealment
  • Behaviors associated with drug use
  • Legal methods of documentation & intervention
  • Demonstrate an understanding of the principles of electricity & associated terminology
  • Explain responsibilities regarding & using electrical equipment
  • Define electrical safety procedures to be used at the Company
  • Identify the importance of lockout/tagout
  • Identify the hazards associated with electricity
  • Explain what a GFCI is
  • Ways of minimizing electrical hazards
  • Conduct an electrical safety checklist
Electrical Safety—OSHA RegEmergency Action PlanEmergencies – Crisis Management
Satisfy the OSHA training requirements under 1910.331 for “non-qualified” employees. Provide information employees need to work safely.
  • Electricity, fuses, circuit breakers, grounding, GFI
  • Equipment: outlets, plugs, extension cords & ladders
What to do in an emergency, specifically:
  • Fire Reporting & Response
  • Evacuation
  • Tornado Preparation & Emergency
  • Bomb Threat
  • First Aid
  • Hazardous Material Spill
  • Earthquake
  • Robbery
Even immediate action required for a crisis must be well planned in advance. Ensure your facility has an action plan for the worst possible scenario
  • Formulation of an Emergency Action Plan
  • Crisis Management Team activities, responsibilities
  • Table-top & full-scale drills
  • Importance of knowing one’s role in an emergency
Emergencies: Earthquakes Some Were PreparedWhat To Do About Workplace EmergenciesEmergency Plan of Action Guide: Assisted Living Facility
Preparation leads to earthquake survival. Increase awareness & encourage responsible planning.
  • Interviews with Loma Prieta survivors as well as seismologists, healthcare & emergency personnel
  • Action to take if a quake occurs
This excellent training is packed with vital information that employees must know to ensure safety in a workplace emergency. This program focuses on establishing an Emergency Action Plan & written policies & procedures.
  • Earthquakes, fires, tornadoes, hurricanes, bomb threats, chemical spills, biological threats, workplace violence, & Bloodborne pathogens
  • Hazardous chemicals, MSDS & labeling
  • Fire- PASS & types of extinguishers
  • Emergency drills, planning & testing
A program concentrates on how employees should react in an emergency so that residents can be guided to safety. This is critical since the fire death rate for those over 85 is three times the national average!
  • Leadership & communication skills
  • Elements that make an emergency plan effective
  • Role of local emergency personnel/departments
  • Evacuation strategies
Employee HandbookFire Protection Ergonomics
  • Company Policy regarding grounds for immediate dismissal
  • What to do regarding safety & accident reporting
  • First Aid procedures
  • Safety Rights & Responsibilities
  • Personnel Safety Rules regarding: (a) General Safety Rules (b) Personal Protective Equipment (c) Fire Safety (d) H& Tool Safety (e) Material H&ling (f) Housekeeping
  • Discuss the Company’s Fire Prevention Program
  • Explain the concept of a fire triangle
  • Explain why fire burns.
  • Identify the 4 classes of fires.
  • Identify major causes of fires.
  • Identify fire protection equipment found at the Company
  • Identify fire fighting techniques.
  • Demonstrate how to use a fire extinguisher.
  • Discuss the limitations of fire extinguishers.
  • Describe Emergency Fire Evacuation Procedures
  • Define Ergonomics
  • Define Musculoskeletal Disorder (MSD) & ~ Describe Signs of MSD ~ Describe Symptoms of MSD
  • Company policy regarding
    ~ Alternative Job Assignments ~ Work Practice controls
  • Identify the major concepts of Ergonomics
  • Identify steps to prevent ergonomic disorders
  • Identify common injury prone positions & activities
Excavation & TrenchingEye & Face ProtectionFall Protection
  • Discuss Company Procedures to be performed before & during digging operations
  • Discuss Backhoe Safety Procedures
  • Discuss Front End Loader Safety Procedures
  • Perform a Company Excavation Safety Checklist
  • What contributes to eye injuries at work.
  • What the most common unsafe employee behavior that results in eye injury
  • What causes eye injuries
  • Where do accidents occur most often.
  • How can eye injuries be prevented.
  • Types of Eye & Face Protectors
  • How to use an Eye & Face Protection Selection Chart
  • Identify examples of situations requiring Fall Protection.
  • Discuss Fall Protection Systems Utilized
  • Describe the Personal Fall Arrest Systems
  • Describe Safety Net Systems
  • Describe Warning Line Systems.
  • Describe the proper use of Covers & Protection from Falling Objects
  • Discuss Employee Training Requirements
Fire ExtinguisherEmployee Rights & ResponsibilitiesFlagging Traffic
  • The Fire Triangle
  • The Classifications of Fuels
  • The Types of Fire Extinguishers
  • Rules for Fighting Fires
  • How to Use a Fire Extinguisher
  • Employee Rights
  • Employee Responsibilities
  • Employee Safety Steps to be followed at the Company
  • Protecting Themselves by Using PPE
Ensure flaggers take their job seriously, as they protect the lives of fellow employees.
  • Flagging responsibilities: increase awareness, control speed, act as an organization representative
  • Proper clothing & equipment
  • Tips for professional traffic control
Flammable LiquidsForklift & Motorized TrucksFood Service
  • Employee Responsibilities
  • Define: ~ Flammable Liquid ~ Combustible Liquid ~ Class II & Class III Liquid
  • The proper storage & usage procedures of flammable liquids
  • Define “No Flame Zone”
  • Identify the locations of the Company’s designated flammable storage areas
  • Conduct a flammable & combustible materials inspection checklist
  • Explain Employee Certification Requirements
  • Describe Supervisor Responsibilities
  • Explain Areas the Operator will be trained in
  • Describe the Components of a Lift Truck
  • Discuss Basic Safety Operating Rules
  • Discuss Proper Load Handling
  • Conduct a Forklift Safety Checklist
  • Describe reasons for Refresher Training
  • Describe Safe Operating Procedures
  • Define Employee Responsibilities regarding Food Service
  • Explain the Five Food Service Hazards to include: (a) Food Borne Illness (b) Pest Problems (c) Chemical Contaminants (d) Physical Contaminants (e) On-the-Job Injuries
  • Explain Company Sanitary Practices
  • Describe Personal Hygiene, Appropriate Dress, & Proper Personal habits to be followed on the Job
  • Explain Employee Response to Food Borne Illness
Fleet Motor VehicleForklift 2000General Safety Program
  • Company Policy regarding Fleet Motor Vehicle Safety
  • The Motor Vehicle Operator Instructions
  • Qualifications Needed to Operate Company Vehicles
  • Procedures on Reporting Motor Vehicle Accidents
Comply with OSHA’s 1910.178 with the most comprehensive training available! Provides all the academic training requirements for the OSHA standard. Includes engineering, technical information, tipovers/turn overs, operating rules, operator maintenance & more!
  • Safety Responsibilities & Rights as a Worker
  • General Shop Safety Procedures
  • What Personal Protective Equipment is & what is to be used by the employee
  • Exit & Exit Marking
  • Housekeeping procedures
  • Material Storage Procedures
HAZWOPERHand Tool SafetyHazard Communication (HAZCOM)
  • Explain the difference between a work area spill response & a HAZWOPER spill response.
  • Identify the initial response actions required when a spill occurs.
  • List the methods used to identify a hazardous material & the associated hazards.
  • Identify the key factors necessary to the selection of personal protective equipment.
  • Identify the types of personal protective equipment available at the Company for spill clean-up & when they should be used.
  • Demonstrate the techniques available to contain, control, & clean up spills at the Company.
  • Explain the level of decontamination required for work area & laboratory spills & the methods available.
  • Describe the appropriate procedure for handling hazardous waste generated during a spill clean up.
  • Identify the appropriate contacts at the Company for reporting spills.
  • Identify General Tool Safety Procedures
  • Identify hazards & state precautions taken when using h& tools
  • Explain safety tips that should be utilized when using hand tools.
  • Describe general safety practices to be used when setting up a work area, selection of personal protective equipment, & utilizing tools at the work site.
  • Explain the OSHA HAZCOM Standard, 29 CFR 1910.1200
  • Explain the Company Toxic Substances in the Workplace requirement
  • Identify what is on a product label.
  • Discuss the information presented in the 8 sections of the MSDS.
  • Identify where MSDSs are located at the Company.
  • Identify what is included in the Company HAZCOM Program.
  • Identify the training requirements under the HAZCOM Standard.
  • Identify Company Contractor Rights & Responsibilities when working at the Company
  • Discuss the Company General Chemical Safety Program
  • Discuss Methods of Controlling Physical & Health Hazards
Hazardous Material Spill ResponseHand & Wrist Injury PreventionHearing Conservation
  • The 4 classifications of hazardous chemicals & an example of each
  • The procedures to be followed in the event of a spill
  • Company cleanup procedures
  • What the employee shall do if they develop a physical or abnormal reaction to a chemical or substance in the work place
  • The Muscles & Bone Structure of the Wrist & Hand
  • Kinds of Wrist & Hand Injuries
  • Care of Injured Hands & Wrists
  • Discuss employee responsibilities regarding wearing hearing protective devices
  • Discuss the identification of hazardous noise areas
  • Discuss Company noise control methods to include:
    • Engineering Controls
    • Personal Protective Equipment
    • Describe the proper use & maintenance of hearing protective devices
Heat Related IllnessHeating Systems & BoilersHousekeeping & Material Storage
  • Discuss the causes of heat stress
  • Describe the 3 major forms of Heat Illness
  • Describe the ways to prevent Heat Illness
  • Describe the warning signs of Heat Stroke & what actions to take if it occurs
  • Describe the warning signs of Heat Exhaustion & what actions to take if it occurs
  • Describe the warning signs of Heat Cramps & what actions to take if it occurs
  • Describe Heat Rash & it’s remedy
  • Describe Fainting & it’s prevention
  • Describe Boiler Operations & Safety Procedures to include: (a) Water Level (b) Lighting Furnaces (c) Cleaning & Maintenance (d) Steam Piping & Valve Maintenance (e) Maintenance of Vaults, Manholes & Tanks
  • Describe Central Heating Plant Safety Procedures
  • Describe Boiler Water Treatment Safety Precautions
  • Describe Chemical Storage & Handling Procedures
  • Explain why good housekeeping is important.
  • Describe the Company’s Smoking Policy
  • Discuss how to prevent some of the housekeeping hazards, such as slips, trips & falls.
  • Identify general housekeeping tips.
  • Discuss Department & Area Housekeeping Procedures
  • Discuss Maintenance Area Housekeeping Procedures
  • Discuss Material Storage Procedures
Incident Reporting & InvestigationIndustrial HygieneInjury & Illness Prevention Program
  • State the reason for a reporting system.
  • Define a “reportable incident” & “near miss”.
  • Discuss the specific procedures to be followed to report an injury, illness, & other incident(s)
  • Describe Company Policy regarding Employee Training
  • Explain what industrial hygiene evaluations entail.
  • Distinguish between qualitative & quantitative exposure assessments.
  • Describe types of toxicants encountered at the workplace.
  • Describe adverse health effects caused by exposure to hazardous materials
  • List factors affecting severity of exposure to hazardous materials.
  • Discuss methods used to minimize exposure to hazardous materials.
  • State the responsibilities of:
    • The Safety & Health Manager
    • The Safety Committee
    • The Employee’s Supervisor
    • The Employee
  • Explain what a MSDS is
  • Discuss ways to correct workplace hazards
  • Discuss the Company’s Employee Health & Safety
Laboratory SafetyOSHA Laboratory StandardLadder Safety
  • Describe Employee Responsibilities
  • Discuss the Company’s Controlled Access Policy & Visitor Procedures
  • Describe Hazard Warning Signs used in the Laboratory
  • Describe Hazard Containment Requirements
  • Discuss Personal Protective Equipment
  • Discuss the safe use of Laboratory Equipment & Facilities
  • Describe Company Decontamination & Disposal of Laboratory Waste
  • Fulfill OSHA 1910.1450 by discussing employee training requirements with this very comprehensive presentation!
  • Chemical Hygiene Plan
  • Basic chemical hazard concepts & MSDS
  • Safe chemical handling
  • Labels, Personal Protective Equipment
  • Company Ladder Requirements to include: (a) Allowable Lengths (b) Wooden Ladders (c) Electrical Concerns & Issues
  • The proper use of Ladders
  • The proper care of Ladders
  • Ladder Hazards, Inspection & Storage
Landscape & Grounds MaintenanceLaserLead Exposure Control
  • Personal Protective Equipment & Safeguards
  • Operating Practices Applicable to Push, Self-Propelled & Riding Mowers
  • Blower Safety
  • General Rules for Maintaining Lawn Care Equipment
  • Tractor Operations
  • Flower Bed & Shrub Maintenance
  • Fertilizer Storage & Handling
  • Herbicide Use
  • Eye & Skin Hazards
  • Associated Hazards to include: (a) Electrical hazards (b) Fire & Explosion Hazards (c) Other Associated Hazards
  • Classification
  • Safety Recommendations & Requirements
  • Personal Protective Equipment
  • Controlling Hazards
  • Accident Reporting & Medical Surveillance
  • Define “Engineering Controls”
  • Give examples of the following Engineering Controls: (a) Substitution (b) Isolation (c) Ventilation
  • Work Practice Controls to include: (a) Housekeeping (b) Personal Hygiene Practices (c) Washing & Eating Facilities
  • The Importance of Periodic Inspection & Maintenance
  • Employee Training Requirements
  • Lead Removal Operation Procedures
Lead in the Workplace: Hazards & ProtectionLeadership Skills for Safety: Supervisor SafetyLock Out / Tag Out
Meet the General Industrial Standard & Interim Final Rule for Construction
  • Measurement: PEL, TWA, Action Levels
  • Exposure assessment & monitoring
  • Hygiene & housekeeping, medical surveillance
Supervisors’ commitment to safety makes or breaks any corporate safety plan & directly impacts productivity results & costs. This program shows a diverse workforce & effectively uses statistics to present examples to supervisors & team leaders. One of the best, most-thorough videos for supervisors.
  • Safety-oriented behavior techniques
  • Hazard recognition
  • Accident investigation
  • Job Safety Analysis
  • Reasons for a Lockout Tagout Program
  • Lockout Tagout Definitions
  • Protective Materials & Hardware
  • Training & Communication Requirements
  • Notification of employees
  • Release from lockout or tagout
  • Additional requirements, to include:
    • Testing or positioning of machines, equipment or components thereof.
    • Outside personnel (contractors, etc.).
    • Shift or personnel changes
  • Sequence of Lockout
  • Restoring Equipment To Service
Controlling Hazardous Energy SourcesLock-Out/Tag-Out Safety Training for EmployeesMachine Guarding
Every facility contains multiple energy types (e.g. steam, electricity, hydraulic & pneumatic systems, gravity). Each can be extremely dangerous unless controlled. This program helps employees understand & work safely with these hazards.
  • Controlling energy sources when installing or servicing equipment
  • Energy Control Plan
  • Common LO/TO situations
  • Authorized & affected employees
This program can easily train employees on proper lockout/tagout procedures, as required by OSHA under 29 CFR Section 1910.147. Or use for retraining as m&ated by OSHA.
  • Management & Employee Responsibilities regarding machine guarding
  • Machine Guard Characteristics
  • Machine Guard Requirements
  • Machine Guard Definition of Terms
Machine HazardsMachine Guarding & Conveyor SafetyMaterials Handling
  • Machine Hazards to include: (a) Shear Points (b) Pinch Points (c) Wrap Points (d) Crush Points (e) Free Wheeling parts (f) Springs (g) Hydraulic Systems
  • Personal Training Requirements
  • Personal Protective Equipment
  • Environmental Considerations Regarding Machine Placement
  • Housekeeping Rules
  • Discuss Machine Usage Practices, to include: (a) Electrical Safeguards (b) Machine Controls (c) Machine Guarding
Ensure employees understand & respect the principles of machine guarding & safe work rules near conveyor systems.
  • Types & location 23-24s of guards; proper use
  • Inspection, maintenance & lock-out/tag-out
  • Appropriate dress near machinery & conveyor
  • Safety procedures near conveyor systems
  • Identify different materials handling techniques
  • Demonstrate how to manually lift materials properly
  • Describe Drum handling Techniques
  • Describe Safety Tips when handling hazardous materials with: (a) Non-powered hand trucks (b) Powered hand trucks (c) Fork lift trucks (d) Overhead cranes
  • Identify truck hazards
  • Materials Storage
  • Describe the hazards of solvents
  • Describe the proper storage of chemicals
Motor Vehicle OperationsMower SafetyMSDS
  • Supervisor & Employee Responsibilities
  • Operating Rules & Procedures
  • Safe Driving Tips
  • Defensive Driving & Seat Belts
  • Traveling with Loads
  • Wheel Chocking & Blocking Procedures
  • Driver Fatigue Precautions
  • Federal DOT Commercial Drug & Alcohol Testing Requirements
  • Battery Charging Procedures
  • Vehicle Fire Response
  • Vehicle Preventative Maintenance
  • Motor Vehicle Accident Reporting
  • Define: (a) Power Take-off (b) Rollover Protection System (c) Dead Man Controls
  • Describe Pre-Operation Procedures to include: (a) General Guidelines (b) Safety Checklists (c) Personal Protective Equipment
  • Describe Operating Procedures to include: (a) General Guidelines (b) Mowing on Uneven Ground
  • Avoiding Thrown Object Hazards
  • Explain the purpose of a MSDS
  • Explain what information is on a MSDS
  • Read a MSDS & identify the categories of information on a MSDS, to include: (a) Chemical Product Name & Company Identification (b) Composition & Ingredients & Hazard Identification (c) First Aid Measures & Fire Fighting Measures (d) Accidental Release Measures & Handling & Storage (e) Exposure Controls/Personal Protective Equipment (f) Physical & Chemical Properties & Stability & Reactivity (g) Toxicological & Ecological Information (h) Disposal & Transport Considerations & Regulatory & Other Information
  • Define Words & Terms found on a MSDS
  • Explain where the MSDS’s are kept
New Employee Safety OrientationOffice Machinery Tag OutOffice Safety
  • Their Employee Rights
  • Their Employee Responsibilities
  • Company Discipline Policy
  • First Aid Procedures
  • What the employee can do to promote safety
  • How the employee can protect themselves with PPE
  • Discuss the Purpose for a Tag Out Program
  • Define Words & Phrases Associated with Tag Out
  • Describe Training Requirements
  • Describe the Limitations of Tags
  • The Office Supervisor & Employee Responsibilities regarding Office Safety
  • Safety conditions in the office environment to include: (a) Noise (b) Electrical Safety (c) Lighting (d) Indoor Air Quality & (e) Video Monitors & Computer Typing
  • General Office Safety Safe Work
  • Office Safety Checklist
OSHA Record keeping for EmployeesPainting OperationsPersonal Protective Equipment
Employees view an actual incident from their perspective. It covers the information they need to provide about a workplace illness or injury & explains why this information is needed & how it is used.Painting Safety Procedures to include: (a) Pressure Equipment, (b) Ladders & Scaffolding (c) Paint Mixing (d) Housekeeping (e) MSDS (f) Personal Protective Equipment (g) Personal Hygiene (h) Air & Water Pollution Prevention (i) Fire Prevention & Protection (j) Ventilation System Requirements (k) Storage & H&ling (l) Electrical Safety
  • Paint Shop & Spray Operations
  • Procedures for the Identification, Removal, & Disposal Of Lead Based Paints, to include: (a) Identification of Lead Based Paints (b) Training of Personnel (c) Safe Work Practices (d) Personal Protective Equipment (e) Hazardous Waste Disposal
  • Responsibilities of the Safety & Health Manager, Supervisors, & Employee
  • Training Requirements
  • The Care of PPE
  • The Types of PPE that are to be used at the Company & Methods of Use, including:
    • Eye & Face Protection
    • Hearing Protection
    • Respiratory Protection
    • Head Protection
    • Hand Protection
    • Safety Shoes
Pesticide HandlingPlumbingPower Actuated Tools
  • Pesticide Storage Procedures
  • Mixing & Loading Pesticide Procedures
  • Pesticide Application Techniques
  • How to Avoid Pesticide Exposure
  • Personal Protective Equipment
  • Hot Operation Procedures
  • Open Storm Drain Operations
  • Gas Systems
  • Tunnels, Pits & Sump Working Precautions
  • Compressed Air Safety Procedures
  • Steps to Becoming a Qualified Operator
  • Tool Safeguards & Restrictions
  • Tool Storage & Inspection Requirements
  • Tool Limitations of Use
  • General Safety Procedures
  • Sign Posting Requirements
  • Power Load Charts
Power Tool SafetyRadiation SafetyRefrigeration & A/C
  • Identify General Tool Safety Procedures
  • Identify hazards associated with portable power tools & stationary power tools.
  • Identify different types of portable power tools.
  • Explain safety tips that should be utilized when using hand & power tools.
  • Describe general safety practices to be used when setting up a work area, selection of personal protective equipment, & utilizing tools at the work site.
  • Identify hazards & state precautions taken when using electric powered tools, pneumatic powered tools, & fuel powered tools.
  • Identify hazards & state precautions taken when using h& tools, portable power tools, & stationary power tools.
  • Perform a “Ring Test” on abrasive grinding wheels
  • Define ionizing & non-ionizing radiation.
  • Give examples of ionizing & non-ionizing radiation.
  • Explain the concept of ALARA, (i.e., time, distance, & shielding).
  • Identify locations of radioactive materials at the Company
  • Define what a laser is.
  • Identify & define the 4 classes of lasers.
  • General Equipment Room Safety Procedures
  • Storing & Handling Procedures of Compressed Gas Refrigerants
  • Fluorocarbon Gas Properties
  • Leak Detection Procedures
Workplace InspectionsRestaurant Safety OrientationRestroom Maintenance
Gives you a solid understandingng of the complete inspection process & helps you find out what kinds of things OSHA inspectors look for so you can look for them first!Employees must be aware of safety concerns & act accordingly. Learn personal responsibility.
  • Need for attention & alertness to avoid injuries
  • Fire safety, safe lifting, slips, trips & falls
  • Cut & burn prevention
It’s not a simple task to keep a bathroom clean & stocked. This video has quality tips for quick & efficient cleaning, sanitizing & stocking procedures.
  • Tips from national parks, zoos & stadiums
  • The public’s #1 concern about restrooms
  • PPE, disinfecting techniques; 10 speed-cleaning rule
Robbery & Employee TheftRoof LaborSafety Showers & Eyewashes
  • Company Security Rules & Robbery Prevention
  • Procedures to take During a Robbery
  • Procedures to take Following a Robbery
  • Shrink & Employee Theft
  • Employee Training
  • Catch Platforms
  • Safety Belts, Lifelines, & Lanyards
  • Safety Nets
  • Roofing Brackets
  • Crawling Boards (Chicken Ladders)
  • Use of Hoisting Lines
  • Work Site Isolation
  • Personal Protective Equipment
Employees must be able to move fast in an emergency.
  • Accident preparation: MSDS, Hazardous Communication program, shower/eye wash location
  • Eye wash: correct use & treatments
  • Safety shower: correct use, treatment
  • Housekeeping & equipment testing
Safe Rigging PracticesSafety Health Signs & TagsSafety Meetings
How a load is attached can make the difference between a successful lift & a deadly accident.
  • Physical & mental preparation; PPE, hand signals
  • Equipment inspection & hazard inspection
  • Slings, hitches, load angles
  • The Purpose of Safety Signs & Tags
  • Responsibilities regarding Safety Signs & Tags
  • Sign Policy & Color Designations
  • Methods of Posting &
  • Conduct a Supervisors Safety Checklist
  • The Purpose of a Group Safety Meeting
  • The Responsibilities & Duties of Personnel
  • What Procedures of a Group Safety Meeting
  • The Effects of Accidents
Scaffold SafetySilicosis PreventionSlip, Trip & Fall
  • Supervisor & Employee Responsibilities
  • General Scaffold Requirements
  • Scaffold Design & Rope Shielding
  • Inspection Checklists
  • Use of Fall Protection
  • What Silicosis is & Where it Comes From
  • Symptoms & Types of Silicosis
  • How Workers can be Exposed
  • How Workers can be Protected
  • What Precautions to take to reduce exposure
  • The Company’s Medical Surveillance Program
  • How to Prevent Slip, Trip & Fall Accidents
  • Causes of Slip, Trip & Falls
Tuberculosis – On the RiseWelding & HotworkWorkplace Safety Inspections
TB cases are on the rise & healthcare employees should take extra precautions. Based on the recommendations set by the CDC.
  • What is tuberculosis; who is at risk
  • How to ensure a safe & healthy working environment
  • Symptoms, treatment, vaccinations
  • Patient confidentiality & record keeping
  • Causes of Welding Accidents
  • Procedures & Operating Precautions
  • PPE to be used during Welding Operations
  • Fire Prevention & Protection
  • Precautions to take when cutting tanks & cylinders
  • Gas Welding Safety Precautions & Operating Procedures
  • Electric Welding Checklist
  • Welding & Ventilation
Learn what makes the best inspector & train those appointed to be effective.
  • Immediate correction or notification
  • Use of checklist as a guideline only, filling out
  • Housekeeping & associated hazards
  • Machinery operations: guarding, electrical & repairs
Workplace ViolenceRespiratory Protection 
  • Describe the Purpose of the Company Workplace Violence Policy
  • Describe Company Policy regarding Workplace Violence
  • Demonstrate an understanding what to do in a Violent Situation, specifically: (a) Bomb Threat (b) Robbery (c) Discovering a possible Break-in Situation (Intruder) (d) Drive By Shooting & Mob/Group Violence (e) Hostage/Weapons Situation (f) In-Place Sheltering & Lock Down Procedures (g) Out of Control Individuals (h) Suspected Drugs/Alcohol/Weapon or discovery on Company Property
  • Describe After Hours Security Precautions
  • Define Key Words associated with RPP
  • Describe:
    • Employee & Management Responsibilities
    • When RPP must be used
    • Personal Medical Considerations & Medical Evaluation Procedures
    • Qualitative & Quantitative Fit Testing
    • Facial Hair & Eye Glass Fit Testing Considerations
    • Company Respiratory Training Program
    • Respiratory Protective Device Inspection Procedures
    • Respiratory Protective Device Storage Procedures
    • Different Respiratory Protective Devices
    • Respiratory Cartridges & Gas Mask Canisters
    • The Warning Signs of Respiratory Device Failure
    • Maintenance & Cleaning Procedures of Respiratory Protective Devices