Safety Housekeeping not only kills germs and keeps illnesses down, it significantly reduces accidents and injuries in work space environments. According to the CDC, the second learning cause in Occupational injuries is due to slips, trips, and falls. The majority of t...
Safety Housekeeping not only kills germs and keeps illnesses down, it significantly reduces accidents and injuries in work space environments. According to the CDC, the second learning cause in Occupational injuries is due to slips, trips, and falls. The majority of the 50,000 cases, that are reported annually could have otherwise been avoided if Safety Housekeeping practices had taken place. Our "Safety Housekeeping and Accident Prevention" training programs demonstrate to employees how to prevent workplace accidents by paying attention to safety housekeeping considerations. Topics covered in these products include: Safety awareness, Handling rubbish and excess materials, Keeping aisles and stairways clean, Using ropes and electric cords, Dealing with hazardous chemicals, Selecting and using the appropriate personal protection equipment (PPE), Tool maintenance, Proper tool storage, and more.
Related training topics that will work well with our Safety Housekeeping Training: RTK for Cleaning and Maintenance Services, Indoor Air Quality Training, First Aid, Janitorial Supplies, Safety Posters
OSHA's Position On Safety Housekeeping Training
When you consider the word “housekeeping”, you may get an image of scrubbing surfaces in order to eliminate germs and subsequent illnesses. While this can be an extremely important aspect of many workplaces, there is another type of housekeeping to consider. As per OSHA mandatory specifications (29 CFR 1910.22(a)(1)), this type of safety-related housekeeping can significantly reduce accidents and injuries in the work environment. According to the CDC, slips, trips and falls are the second leading cause of Occupational Injuries. However, the most startling aspect of their report is that the majority of the 50,000 cases, that are annually reported, could have been avoided if Safety Housekeeping practices had been in place! This problem can be addressed by our "Safety Housekeeping and Accident Prevention" training programs. These programs are designed to train employees to follow procedures that will prevent accidents by adhering to all OSHA requirements. The topics contained in these safety housekeeping programs include:
- Keeping stairways and aisles clear
- Permanent aisles and passageways (OSHA 1910.22(b)(2))
- Dealing with hazardous materials
- Proper tool storage (OSHA 2236)
- And many other topics
Our training courses have two primary goals. The first is to provide the training designed to completely meet OSHA housekeeping regulations. The next goal is even more important. You will want to avoid employee injuries and address avoidable expenses that are associated with accidents due to negligent housekeeping. In addition to our high quality videos, our comprehensive training courses also feature:
- English and Spanish versions
- A customizable PowerPoint™ presentation
- A printable Leader's Guide for trainers
- And many other extras
You are invited to look through our training selection, choose the training materials that fit your requirements and place your order. If you have any questions, feel free to contact us at any time.
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