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Machinery Safety Training

Machinery-related injuries are, unfortunately, too common in the workplace. Particularly in agricultural, mining, manufacturing, and construction fields, there is a strong need for proper training for those working around machinery. OSHA has mandated Machine Guard Safety regulations for work sites operating with or near heavy machinery. By using our machine guarding training with your employees, you significantly reduce their chance of being injured on the job. This type of training will also likely result in lives saved.

Machinery Safety Training (31)

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Back Safety: Industrial Work Settings Training Course

Back Safety: Industrial Work Settings Training Course

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SKU: AT058

Languages: EN ES FR

Produced: 2023

SKU: AT058

Languages: EN ES FR

Produced: 2023

10 minutes

Safety 101: OSHAs Top 10 Training Course

Safety 101: OSHAs Top 10 Training Course

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SKU: AT026

Languages: EN ES FR

Produced: 2022

SKU: AT026

Languages: EN ES FR

Produced: 2022

33 minutes

Machine Guarding: Safe Work Practices Training Course

Machine Guarding: Safe Work Practices Training Course

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SKU: AT024

Languages: EN ES FR

Produced: 2022

SKU: AT024

Languages: EN ES FR

Produced: 2022

20 minutes

Safety 101: OSHAs Top 10 Training Course

Safety 101: OSHAs Top 10 Training Course

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SKU: EOL-370

Languages: EN ES FR

Produced: 2022

SKU: EOL-370

Languages: EN ES FR

Produced: 2022

33 minutes

PPE: Are You Covered Training Course

PPE: Are You Covered Training Course

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SKU: AT005

Languages: EN ES

Produced: 2018

SKU: AT005

Languages: EN ES

Produced: 2018

21 minutes

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Lockout Tagout: Secure Safely Training Course

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SKU: AT001

Languages: EN ES

Produced: 2018

SKU: AT001

Languages: EN ES

Produced: 2018

17 minutes

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Hey Atlantic Training, my team knows safety protocols around machinery. Why do we need your machinery safety training programs?

When it comes to machinery accidents, there is a 90% chance that it was caused by human error rather than a machinery malfunction. Although there is little you can do to prevent malfunctions outside regular maintenance, there is a lot you can do to prevent human error around machinery. Regularly refreshing your employees’ safety knowledge with in-depth machinery safety training is the best way you can keep them safe. By investing in machinery safety training, you can significantly reduce the risk of accidents, injuries, and fatalities in your workplace, while simultaneously improving productivity and job output.