Safety Library Builder Training Packages

Safety Library Builder Training Packages
 
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Safety Library Builder Packages

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Aerial & Scissor Lift

In many work situations, employees are required to perform tasks at elevated levels. And even though the type of work being performed may vary greatly from one industry to another, the means by which employees are lifted to the needed height is generally the same. This video will discuss aerial lifts and scissor lifts-the devices used to lift employees to those elevated work sites.

Asbestos Awareness

OSHA's regulation 29 CFR 1910.1001... "Occupational Exposure to Asbestos" requires that all employees who could come into contact with materials that might contain asbestos be given appropriate training on working safely in these situations. Employees are divided into four classes. Classes I - III are employees whose work involves "installing" or "disturbing" materials that might contain asbestos. However, the largest group of employees covered by this regulation fall into the Class IV group, which involves employees that get involved in... "maintenance and custodial activities to clean up waste and debris containing these type of materials."

Back Safety - General

Preventing a back injury is much easier than repairing one. Because your back is critically important to your ability to walk, sit, stand, and run, it's important to take care of it. Most back pain arises from using your back improperly, so learning a few basic rules about lifting, posture and proper exercise can help keep your back in good shape.

Back Safety - Healthcare

Preventing a back injury is much easier than repairing one. Because your back is critically important to your ability to walk, sit, stand, and run, it's important to take care of it. Most back pain arises from using your back improperly, so learning a few basic rules about lifting, posture and proper exercise can help keep your back in good shape. Designed in the healthcare setting.

Blood Borne Pathogens - General

The Occupational Safety and Health Administration promulgates the standard to eliminate or minimize occupational exposure to bloodborne pathogens. OSHA has made a determination that employees face a significant health risk as the result of occupational exposure to blood and other potentially infectious materials because they may contain bloodborne pathogens.

Blood Borne Pathogens - Healthcare

Workers in many different occupations are at risk of exposure to bloodborne pathogens, including Hepatitis B, Hepatitis C, and HIV/AIDS. This exposure may be through needlesticks, sharps injuries, mucous membranes, and skin exposures.

Crane Safety - Hand Signals

Cranes are used in many different settings including the transport industry for loading and unloading freight; the manufacturing industry for moving, lifting and lowering equipment and parts; and in the construction industry for moving materials to various locations at the work site. Generally, the items being lifted are heavy and beyond the capability of being moved by human strength alone. For this reason, the crane has become a vital piece of equipment in all industries.
The crane operator needs the help of many others to ensure the load is rigged, lifted, moved and landed safely. The operator is not always able to see the load being moved, the area surrounding the route of the move and/or the landing area. For this reason, the services of a signal person are generally required. A signal person is a vital part of crane operations and provides signals to guide the crane operator as the load is moved. While there are different options available for signal personnel to communicate with the crane operator, this training program will focus on hand signals which are the most common method used.

Confined Space For Construction

For decades OSHA has only provided the 29 CFR 1910.146 Confined Space Entry Standard for General Industry as the standard for the construction industry. OSHA has released updated regulations specific to the construction industry, 29 CFR 1926 Subpart AA.

Confined Space Entry

Many workplaces contain spaces that are considered "confined" because their configurations hinder the activities of employees who must enter, work in, and exit them. A confined space has limited or restricted means for entry or exit, and it is not designed for continuous employee occupancy. Confined spaces include, but are not limited to underground vaults, tanks, storage bins, manholes, pits, silos, process vessels, and pipelines.

Crane Safety - Rigging

On most construction sites and in many industrial settings, cranes are commonly used.  Cranes make it possible to lift and move heavy loads which might otherwise be impossible. Cranes allow heavy objects and supplies to be lifted to the tops of buildings, moved from one place to another and lifted over other structures.

Driving Safety

There are many reasons for driving, whether it be commuting to and from work, making a sales call, delivering a product or service or just picking up lunch. Driving may seem routine but can be very dangerous. Every five seconds an automobile crash occurs, every ten seconds an injury occurs from a crash and every twelve minutes someone dies from an automobile crash.

Drug & Alcohol Abuse for Employees

Alcohol abuse and the use of illegal drugs has become a major problem in the workplace. Substance abuse can not only hinder an employee’s ability to perform their job duties safely, accurately and efficiently but can lead to serious consequences. According to the Department of Labor, nearly three-quarters of those who use illegal drugs also work and one in every ten people in the U.S. has an alcohol problem.

Drug & Alcohol Abuse for Managers

When people who abuse drugs and alcohol come to work, they bring with them their substance abuse problems. This is an accident waiting to happen. Often they even engage in the use of various substances while at work or during lunch or other breaks. Alcohol and drug abuse affects not only the employee but everyone around them. Workplace drug and alcohol abuse is a very serious problem for everyone.

Electrical Safety

With electricity, there is a source of electricity (generating plant), a way to transport it (conductors/power lines) and “pressure” or voltage (provided by transformers) to make the electric current flow to your house or place of employment. While there is more involved, this gives you a simple picture of the flow of electricity.

Excavation and Trenching

Excavation and trenching can be very hazardous jobs if the proper safety precautions are not taken or enforced. Excavations are inherently unstable, depending on the depth and the material being excavated, it can be deadly.

Eye Safety

According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, there are about 2,000 job-related eye injuries that occur every workday. Don't let your employees be another statistic.

Fall Protection

There are numerous fall hazards and potential fall hazards. The most common are cluttered work areas, wet floors, inattentiveness, floor and wall openings, holes, ramps, runways, protruding nails, loose boards and working at heights.

Fire Safety

Fire safety becomes everyone's job at a worksite. Employers should train workers about fire hazards in the workplace and about what to do in a fire emergency. If you want your workers to evacuate, you should train them on how to escape. If you expect your workers to use firefighting equipment, you should give them appropriate equipment and train them to use the equipment safely.

First Aid

Employees face hazards on a daily basis which could cause harm to them or fellow employees. Additionally, employees can be injured due to accidents and health-related problems. Even when all possible precautions are taken to prevent workplace accidents and injuries, there is still the chance they could occur. Employees need to be prepared and know the steps to take when an accident or injury occurs. Knowing the correct procedures to follow could minimize the injury and even save a life.

Food Safety & Personal Hygiene

Good personal hygiene and proper food handling play a vital role in the health and well-being of not only yourself but those whom you serve. Research has shown that improper food handling, preparation and storage and bad personal hygiene can and will result in food poisoning

Forklift Safety

OSHA has promulgated the Final Rule for Powered Industrial Truck Operator Training [29 CFR 1910.178(l)], which became effective March 1, 1999. The standard requires operator training and licensing as well as periodic evaluations of operator performance. The standard also addresses specific training requirements for truck operation, loading, seat belts, overhead protective structures, alarms, and maintenance of industrial trucks.

Forklift Safety for Construction

OSHA estimates that tens of thousands of employees are injured or killed annually due to forklift accidents. In 1999, because of serious concerns about forklift accidents, injuries, and deaths, OSHA updated its regulation regarding Powered Industrial Trucks.

Hand and Power Tool

Hand tools are a very common part of our everyday lives.  While they are very useful, they can also be very dangerous.  Anyone that has had a wrench slip from a bolt and scraped their knuckles or hammered their finger instead of the nail knows the pain that can occur from a simple mishap. 

Hazard Communication

These new revisions to OSHA's current Hazard Communication Standard, the GHS is expected to prevent injuries and illnesses, save lives and improve trade conditions for chemical manufacturers. The Hazard Communication Standard in 1983 gave the workers the 'right to know,' but the new Globally Harmonized System gives workers the 'right to understand.

Hazard Communication Chemical Labels 

New 2012 changes to OSHA’s Hazard Communication Standard (29 CFR 1910.1200) are bringing the U.S. into alignment with the Globally Harmonized System of Classification and Labeling of Chemicals (GHS), improving safety and health protections for America’s workers. These new revisions to OSHA’s current Hazard Communication Standard, the GHS is expected to prevent injuries and illnesses, save lives and improve trade conditions for chemical manufacturers. The Hazard Communication Standard in 1983 gave the workers the ‘right to know,’ but the new Globally Harmonized System gives workers the ‘right to understand.’
The new Hazard Communication Standard still requires chemical manufacturers and importers to evaluate the chemicals they produce or import and provide hazard information to employers and workers by putting labels on containers and preparing safety data sheets. 

Hazard Communication Data Sheets

New 2012 changes to OSHA’s Hazard Communication Standard (29 CFR 1910.1200) are bringing the U.S. into alignment with the Globally Harmonized System of Classification and Labeling of Chemicals (GHS), improving safety and health protections for America’s workers. These new revisions to OSHA’s current Hazard Communication Standard, the GHS is expected to prevent injuries and illnesses, save lives and improve trade conditions for chemical manufacturers. The Hazard Communication Standard in 1983 gave the workers the ‘right to know,’ but the new Globally Harmonized System gives workers the ‘right to understand.’

Hearing Conservation

Noise pollution is everywhere. Exposure to high levels of noise can cause hearing loss, ringing in the ear and physical and psychological stress. Additionally, Excessive noise can reduce productivity, interfere with communication, and contribute to accidents and injuries at the workplace.

Heat Stress

Many workers are exposed to extreme heat conditions during the course of their workday and are at risk of heat stress. Exposure can lead to illness, injuries and even death. Extreme heat can also increase the risk of workers injuring themselves and others due to not being able to perform their work duties safely. This training program will look at the different components of heat stress to help you understand the hazards and dangers associated with heat stress and educate you on ways to prevent it and protect yourself from illness and injury.

HIPAA

All facilities that provide patient care or provide referrals for patient care are subject to the privacy and security rules of the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA). HIPAA changes the way healthcare staff must protect the privacy of a patient's health information and contains security procedures that must be followed to protect the integrity of a patient's health information.

Incident Investigation

Every day someone is injured on a job, becomes ill from a work-related hazard or is fatally wounded while at work. Many times these situations are attributed to and called an unfortunate “accident”. The reality is most, if not all, workplace injuries, illnesses, and deaths could be avoided by providing a true safety culture. While they may be unplanned and unwanted, accidents are generally not unavoidable. This training program will look at ways to avoid these so-called “accidents” and help you create a safer and healthier workplace.

Industrial Ergonomics

Most of the time we think of large machines, electrical tools, and other equipment as being the most dangerous things in the workplace. Without proper training and use, these things can be very dangerous to employees. Unfortunately, we often overlook the smaller things at work which can be very harmful and cause major health issues.

Intro To Crane Safety

In both construction and general industry settings, the need to move large and heavy loads is necessary and vital. There are many different machines and types of equipment which make this possible. One such piece of equipment is the crane. Cranes make it possible to lift, move and lower loads and objects of all shapes and sizes.

Ladder Safety

Ladders are one of the most commonly used pieces of equipment in almost any work environment. From common stepladders to sophisticated extension ladders, they can be found almost everywhere.

Lockout/TagOut

"Lockout/Tagout (LOTO)" refers to specific practices and procedures to safeguard employees from the unexpected energization or start-up of machinery and equipment, or the release of hazardous energy during service or maintenance activities.

Machine Safeguarding

Every year workers across the U.S. suffer from injuries sustained from unguarded or inadequately guarded moving machine part. Employee exposure to such hazards is prevalent in many workplaces. Amputations, crushed hands and arms, lacerations, abrasions, and blindness are just a few of the possible injuries created by moving machine parts. Amputation is one of the most severe and crippling types of workplace injuries and usually results in permanent disability. It is estimated that approximately 18,000 injuries and over 800 deaths occur each year among workers who operate and maintain machinery.

Office Ergonomics

Most of the time we think of large machines, electrical tools, and other equipment as being the most dangerous things in the workplace. Without proper training and use, these things can be very dangerous to employees. Unfortunately, we often overlook the smaller things at work which can be very harmful and cause major health issues.

Office Safety

This training program is designed to help office employees recognize common health and safety hazards in the workplace and take steps to avoid injury and harm. These training products will cover a variety of office workplace topics. Additional training may be required in some of the areas discussed. Be sure to check with your supervisor about additional training to ensure your safety at work.

PPE

Protective equipment, including personal protective equipment for eyes, face, head, and extremities, protective clothing, respiratory devices, and protective shields and barriers, shall be provided, used, and maintained in a sanitary and reliable condition wherever it is necessary by reason of hazards of processes or environment, chemical hazards, radiological hazards, or mechanical irritants encountered in a manner capable of causing injury or impairment in the function of any part of the body through absorption, inhalation or physical contact.

Preventing Sexual Harassment for Employees

Sexual harassment is a workplace issue that if properly handled can be of little consequence to you and your company. You play a vital role in preventing sexual harassment from occurring at your company. Not handled properly, sexual harassment can take a toll on the victim, their family, friends, co-workers, and your company.

Preventing Sexual Harassment for Managers

It also applies to employment agencies and to labor organizations, as well as to the federal government. Unwelcome sexual advances, requests for sexual favors, and other verbal or physical conduct of a sexual nature constitute sexual harassment when this conduct explicitly or implicitly affects an individual's employment, unreasonably interferes with an individual's work performance, or creates an intimidating, hostile, or offensive work environment. Teach your managers and supervisors how to handle these issues quickly and discreetly for the benefit of everyone.

Respirable Crystalline Silica Safety

Workplace Illness takes the lives of thousands of workers each year. Approximately 2.3 million workers are exposed to crystalline silica and OSHA estimates about 40% of these workers are exposed to silica levels that exceed the currently permissible exposure levels. This training program will look at key points of the OSHA standard regarding respirable crystalline silica and help you protect yourself from the hazards associated with it.

Respirable Crystalline Silica Safety for Construction 

Workplace Illness takes the lives of thousands of workers each year. Approximately 2.3 million workers are exposed to crystalline silica and OSHA estimates about 40% of these workers are exposed to silica levels that exceed the currently permissible exposure levels. This training program will look at key points of the OSHA standard regarding respirable crystalline silica and help you protect yourself from the hazards associated with it.

Respiratory Safety

Every day thousands of workers are subjected to airborne contaminants. These different contaminants can cause great harm to the respiratory system and other vital systems if allowed to enter the human body. While the human body has natural defense mechanisms in place, they are no match for the harmful dust, mist, vapors and other airborne contaminates often created in the workplace.

Safety Orientation General

Many standards promulgated by the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) explicitly require the employer to train employees in the safety and health aspects of their jobs.

Safety Orientation for FoodService

A must see for employees working as a cafeteria line server, Certified Master Chef or dishwasher in the local hospital cafeteria. This training video program will cover safety hazards such as wet floors, knives, steamers, mixers, slicers, grinders, dish machines, hot surfaces, and fryers. The Safety Orientation for Food Service video will discuss various topics that are or could become safety hazards in the kitchen.

Safety Orientation for Construction

Working in the construction industry brings with it many challenges and dangers. Your employer is working to ensure you make it home safe and sound at the end of the workday. Whether you are a painter, carpenter, electrician, plumber or roofer, your health and safety is the number one priority at the work site.

Safety Orientation for Health Care

In the healthcare field employees are the most important part of any safety program. You may come across unique and possibly fatal hazards every day. This program will show you how to protect yourself from some of the most common hazards. This program is not intended to give in-depth training about each subject but to be a brief orientation to some possible safety hazards. Your employer will provide more in-depth training on those safety hazards that you might encounter on a more frequent basis.

Safety Orientation for Janitorial

In the janitorial field, employees are the most important part of any safety program. You may come across unique and possibly fatal hazards every day. To educate you about the potential safety hazards you may encounter on a daily basis and to help train you to perform your job duties safely is the main purpose of this training program. This program provides an accurate but brief overview of the various topics discussed. Your employer will provide more in-depth training on the safety hazards and topics that require a more thorough knowledge.

Scaffolding Safety

It is estimated that over 2 million workers frequently use scaffolding in the construction field. Statistics show that the number of injuries from scaffold-related accidents is an astounding 4,500 or more a year and deaths that occur from such accidents average more than 60 per year.

Slips, Trips and Falls (General)

Slip, trip and fall accidents occur frequently in all areas of life because of the many hazards that exist.  Hazards are overlooked because we don’t recognize the dangers they pose.  A small wet area on the floor, a darkened room due to burned-out lights, a slight elevation from one room to the next; all have the potential to cause an accident.
 

Slips, Trips and Falls for Construction

Accidents happen every day.  Whether you are at home, work or play there is always the possibility of being involved in an accident and injuring yourself or someone nearby.  While most of us “think” about safety when it comes to big tasks or using certain tools or equipment, it is the little things that tend to trip us up and cause the most injuries.

Welding Safety

There are over 500,000 workers involved in some form of welding, cutting or brazing work. These are hazardous activities which pose a combination of both safety and health risks for employees. Welding, cutting, and brazing are all very dangerous and proper work practices must be followed to avoid injuries, fires, and even explosions. The safety and well-being of workers involved in welding, cutting or brazing is the impetus behind OHSA's regulations covering these activities.

Workplace Violence

In recent years many workplace deaths attributed to violence have gained much public attention due to increased media coverage. It seems as though every other week another story is reported on a violent death occurring at a workplace because of a disgruntled or former employee, a domestic dispute playing out at work, or a heated dispute between workers.

 

 

 

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