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General Safety Series

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Information covered in"General Safety Series"

Videos,DVDs and Booklets icludes, but is not limited

Accident Investigation

  • Securing an accident scene
  • Root-Cause Analysis
  • Investigating Interviews
  • Reporting "Near Misses".
  • The ANSI MSDS

  • What MSDS's do
  • Advantages of the ANSI format
  • Questions the MSDS answers.
  • The section in the ANSI MSDS.
  • Back Safety

  • How the back works.
  • Types & causes of back injuries.
  • Injury prevention & practices.
  • Proper lifting techniques.
  • Compressed Gas
    Cyclinders

  • Compressed gas hazards.
  • Hazard labels & warning signs.
  • Moving, Handling & storage.
  • Regulators, CGA's & PRD's.

  • Computer Workstation Safety

  • Ergonomic factors.
  • Eyestrain and fatigue
  • The effect of lighting.
  • Is radiation a problem?
  • Crane Safety

  • Types of cranes.
  • Equipment inspection.
  • Hand signal.
  • rigging and lifting.
  • Distracted Driving

  • The cost of distracted driving.
  • "Multi-tasking", technology and distraction.
  • Eliminating distractions before you drive.
  • Fighting distraction on the road.
  • Driving Safety

  • Vehicle inspection
  • Mental preparation
  • Driving at night
  • Adverse weather conditions.
  • Drug & Alocohol Abuse

  • The effect of abuse
  • Related laws and regulation.
  • Commonly abused substances.
  • Creating a drug & alcohol-free workplace.
  • Drug & Alocohol Abuse for Employees

  • Substances that are often abused.
  • Stimulants and narcotics.
  • How people get "hooked".
  • Drug & Alocohol Abuse for Managers and Supervisors

  • How substance abuse can affect a workplace.
  • What substances are abused?
  • Laws you need to know about.
  • Creating a drug and alcohol-free workplace.
  • Electrical Safety

  • The emergency planning process.
  • The threat of terrorism.
  • Your role in emergency planning.
  • Emergency Planning

  • How electricity works.
  • Fuses and circuit breakers.
  • Outlets, plugs & grounding
  • Lock-out/tag-out.
  • Ergonomics

  • The physiology of the body.
  • Recognizing ergonomic problems.
  • Practical solutions
  • Evacuation Procedures

  • The Evacuation Team
  • Basic evacuation procedures
  • Evacuating multi-story buildings
  • Eye Safety

  • How the eyes work..
  • Care and safety practices
  • Personal protective equipment.
  • Types & causes of eye injuries.
  • Fall Protection

  • Hazardous situations.
  • The Fall Protection Plan.
  • Preventative measures.
  • Protective equipment.
  • Fire Extingguishers

  • Classes of fires.
  • Types of extinguishers.
  • Extinguishers labels.
  • Using an extinguisher.
  • Fire Prevention & Safety

  • Common cause of workplace fires.
  • Classes of fires.
  • Using fire extinguishers.
  • Evacuation & first aid.
  • First Aid

  • Strains & muscle pulls.
  • Lacerations & bleeding.
  • Broken bones
  • Shock burns.
  • Hand & Power Tool Safety

  • Matching the tool to the job.
  • Anticipating hazards.
  • Personal protective equipment.
  • Tool safety practices.
  • Hand, Wrist & Finger Safety

  • The physiology of the hand.
  • Identifying hazards.
  • Tool use & maintenance.
  • Using PPE.
  • Hazardous materials labels

  • OSHA hazcom standard.
  • the hmis labeling system.
  • hazardous waste labeling
  • the nfpa labeling system.
  • dot labels and placards.
  • Hazardous Spills

  • Hazcom and Emergency Response Plans.
  • Personal protective equipment.
  • Initial spill response.
  • Heat stress

  • Causes
  • Symptoms.
  • prevention and first aid.
  • Hot Work Safety and permitting process

  • Hot work and its hazards.
  • Preparing the work area.
  • Performing hot work safely.
  • Hot work in confined spaces.
  • Ladder Safety

  • Basic rules for ladder use.
  • Proper placement.
  • Ladder maintenance.
  • Tying off & blocking ladders.

  • Lock-out/Tag-out

  • The need for an energy control program.
  • Lock-out/tag-out devices and how to use them.
  • How to release stored energy.
  • Special lock-out/tag-out situations.
  • Machine Guard Safety

  • Fixed guards.
  • Interlock devices.
  • Light curtains.
  • Trips and mats.
  • Materials handling safety

  • Planning the job.
  • Potential hazards.
  • Proper lifting techniques.
  • Hand-trucks and carts.
  • Office Safety

  • Slips, trips & falls.
  • Steps & ladders.
  • Proper lifting.
  • Safety housekeeping.
  • rigging safety

  • Equipment inspection.
  • Slings and hitches.
  • Hand signals.
  • Load angels.
  • Safety Audits

  • workplace analysis.
  • Administrative controls.
  • Engineering controls.
  • Accident Investigation.
  • Safety houskeeping and Accident prevention

  • Excess materials & rubbish.
  • Electric cords & ropes.
  • Tools & supplies.
  • Hazardous chemicals.
  • Safety orientation

  • Developing "safety sense".
  • Hazard evaluation.
  • Tool use & maintenace.
  • personal protective equipment.
  • safety showers & eye washes

  • Operating procedures.
  • Chemical splashes.
  • Helping an accident victim.
  • Sexual Harassment

  • what constitutes harassment?
  • Documenting allegations.
  • Handling an accident.
  • Sexual harrasment investigation

  • Documenting allegations.
  • Conducting ethical investigations.
  • Interviewing victims & harassers.
  • Slips, Trips & falls

  • Gravity, friction & momentum.
  • Causes of slips, trips & falls.
  • Avoidance techniques.
  • The role of safety shoes.
  • welding safety

  • Types of hazards.
  • Personal protection equipment.
  • Electrical hazards.
  • Fire safety.
  • Wellness & fitness

  • Important of "attitude"
  • Stress & high blood pressure
  • Nutrition & weight control.
  • Exercise.
  • winter Safety

  • Extension cords & outlets.
  • Fires, fireplaces & chimneys.
  • dressing for cold weather.
  • Walking/driving in ice & snow.
  • Workplace stress

  • Situations causing stress.
  • Recognizing symptoms.
  • Eliminating stress factors.
  • Stress-relieving exercise.
  • Workplace violence

  • Warning signs.
  • threats and verbal abuse.
  • Physical assault.
  • Sexual harassment.
  • Workplace Violence in Healthcare Facilities

  • The history of violence in healthcare facilities.
  • OSHA guidelines for preventing violence.
  • Identifying and controlling the potential for violence.
  • Employee education and training.