Housekeeping in Manufacturing Training Video

Housekeeping in Manufacturing Training Video
 
Description

Product Description

Housekeeping in Manufacturing program discusses the importance of good housekeeping with an emphasis on safety. In every working environment from office to manufacturing to construction, one of the most important responsibilities employees have is to maintain a clean, neat, and orderly workplace. No matter your job, or what needs to be accomplished during the day, there is always time enough to keep your work area clean, neat, and orderly. Safety is an important responsibility and it's a condition of employment. Maintaining your workplace in a neat, clean, and orderly fashion is a big part of your job; and it's certainly a big part of the safety program.

Key Words: Housekeeping, Manufacturing, Safety, Good Housekeeping, Working Environment, Construction, Employees, Neat Workplace, Responsibility, Condition of Employment, Big Part of Safety Program, Safety Program, Safety Video, Safety Training, Safety DVD.

Runtime: 9 Min.

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The CD-ROM of written materials may include: Leaders Guides, Questions & Answers, Manuals, and Power Points. 
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Housekeeping in Manufacturing Training Video

Housekeeping in Manufacturing Training Video
 
DETAILS
  • SKU: CS1021I
  • Runtime: 9 mins
  • Producer: Atlantic Training

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Our streaming video option allows you to directly watch 100s of topics in both English or Spanish languages. Included with each of our videos is the ability to download the various written materials including a leader's guide, tests, wallet cards, attendance logs and more. Also included with our streaming views, is access to our Record-keeping Software and Training Toolbox with 100s of Powerpoints, checklists and toolbox talks.