Manufacturing Tailgate Safety - 28 Videos Details
This package contains multiple training topics for the manufacturing industry. This 3 DVD and 1 CDROM set includes 28 short tailgate videos for the construction industry. Each video averages roughly 5 minutes in length.
The following topics are included in the DVD Set.
8-1033H ADVANCED HAND AND POWER TOOL - VIEW COURSE
Underwriters Laboratories, Consumer Product Safety Commission, OSHA and ANSI have been evaluating and testing tools in an effort to produce safer tools. Even with safeguards, workers continue to find ways to bypass the safety instructions. Safety instructions provided by the manufacturer should be followed closely.
8-1016I BASIC ELECTRICAL SAFETY - VIEW COURSE
Basic Electrical Safety in the Workplace program gives a basic understanding of electricity. There are different types of electricity or electrical energy; low voltage, high voltage, static electricity, alternating current, direct current, and so on.
8-1008B BLOODBORNE PATHOGENS - VIEW COURSE
When a safety committee is properly formed, supported and budgeted they can be invaluable to the safety program. It’s important to understand the reasons why safety committees fall or die a slow death. This program covers the assignments and responsibilities of the safety committee members.
8-1007F CHEMICAL SAFETY - VIEW COURSE
This is a short refresher training course. Chemicals can improve our lives, if we do not understand them, they cam be harmful. The information about a chemical is on the label. It is important to be informed and aware of chemicals and chemical safety.
8-1036H COMPRESSED AIR - VIEW COURSE
This is a short refresher trainingn course. The benefits of working with compressed air are considerable. Pneumatic-powered tools using compressed air are: nail guns, air ratchets, chisels, saws, specialty fasteners and jack hammers, to name a few. Management must ensure all compressed air components meet safety regulations.
8-1020H CONFINED SPACE ENTRY - VIEW COURSE
This is a short refresher trainingn course. Confined space entry must be approached with a professional attitude and a methodical system designed to prevent situations from escalating into a disaster. The National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health (NIOSH) found that in more than 50% of confined space accidents, the rescuer becomes the victim.
8-1004B EYE PROTECTION - VIEW COURSE
This is a short refresher training course. All eye hazards in the workplace can be eliminated if eye protection is worn. Natural defenses protect the eyes from minor injuries, but are not sufficient protection from heavy exposures that exist in the industry.
8-1042I FALL PROTECTION - VIEW COURSE
This is a short refresher training course. There are various types of fall protection such as guardrails, safety nets and covers for open surfaces. Falls from any height can cause serious injury. OSHA requires fall protection if work is done at six feet or higher.
8-1044F FIRE EXTINGUISHERS - VIEW COURSE
This is a short refresher training course. The video is based on the full length version of the Advanced Fire Extinguisher Training program which indicates that the objective of fire extinguisher training is to save lives and property. Not everyone understands or knows how to use fire extinguishers. There are different extinguishers for each type of fire.
8-1023F FIRE PREVENTION - VIEW COURSE
This is a short refresher training course. It takes a team effort to achieve fire prevention in the workplace. Being aware of what can cause a fire is the first step. Fire prevention should be taken seriously in the home, as well. Make fire prevention a part of your daily work habit.
8-1001G FORKLIFT OPERATOR TRAINING - VIEW COURSE
This is a short refresher training course. The video is based on the full length version of The Forklift Operator Training safety video program, which reviews the engineering principles, safe operating procedures and maintenance of forklifts.
8-1018H GFCI - VIEW COURSE
This is a short refresher training course. Insulation and grounding are two recognized means of preventing injury during electrical equipment operation. Grounding may be achieved through the use of direct connection to a known ground such as a metal cold water pipe. Electrical safety is much more than plugging your equipment into a receptacle and beginning work.
8-1009I HAND AND WRIST INJURIES - VIEW COURSE
This is a short refresher training course. Your hands respond daily to various commands that ask for feats of strength and dexterity. Your hands are literally extensions of your brain. Your hands and wrists are important to every aspect of your life.
7-C004P HEAT STRESS - VIEW COURSE
This is a short refresher training course. Hot and humid conditions are common to a wide range of industries. Workers exposed to high temperatures and humidity face the risk of additional hazards. The body burns fuel and manufactures heat to keep internal temperatures within safe limits.
8-1038A LADDERS - VIEW COURSE
Thousands of individuals are injured from falling off a ladder each year. Most injuries are caused by slipping on grease, oil and solvents left on the rungs and sides of the ladder. The ladder should be inspected before use.
8-1004A LOCKOUT/TAGOUT - VIEW COURSE
Control of hazardous energy sources is a requirement that organizations must lockout electricity to prevent equipment from accidentally being turned on during repair and maintenance. This requirement was introduced in September 1989. Prior to that time, lockout and tagout procedures were only required on machinery and equipment hazards.
8-1003H MACHINE GUARDING - VIEW COURSE
Machine guarding is effectively preventing personnel from coming in contact with moving parts of machinery or equipment which could cause physical harm to personnel. Machine guarding is placed around the moving parts of machinery to save fingers, hands and maybe even your life. There are regulations and standards requiring machines to be guarded.
8-1008E OFFICE SAFETY - VIEW COURSE
Compared to other jobs, it would seem that office work would be safe. There is no heavy equipment or industrial chemicals to contend with in an office environment. The office is a unique work environment and hazards need to be addressed
8-1040A ORIENTATION 2000 - VIEW COURSE
With today's technology, our work environment has changed. Workers must be efficient and well trained. There are responsibilities associated with our jobs which will include safety. Safety applies to everyone in all departments including the office. Worker compensation costs are eroding profitability and business are faced with greater challenges.
8-1025B PPE IT'S NOT YOUR CALL - VIEW COURSE
Personal Protective Equipment is provided by the company. The right choice is for the worker to make sure the appropriate protective equipment is worn when performing tasks that are hazardous.
8-1001I PREVENT SLIPS AND FALLS - VIEW COURSE
Slips and falls can occur just about anywhere - not watching where you are walking, slip off a ladder and just not paying attention. In this program we will focus on how you can prevent these hazards.
8-1018B RESPIRATORS, SELECTION AND USE - VIEW COURSE
Persons who wear a respirator must be trained and authorized by the company. They must know how to put on and take off the respirator. The selection and fit of the respirator must be comfortable for the wearer.
8-1032A SAFE USE OF COMPRESSED GAS CYLINDERS - VIEW COURSE
Safe Use of Compressed Gas Cylinders program focuses on the safety features of gas cylinders. The vast majority of gases used for industrial uses such as welding and cutting are purchased in cylinders. These cylinders must be constructed and maintained in accordance with the Department of Transportation's regulations.
8-1011D SYSTEM LIFTING - VIEW COURSE
This program will provide an approach to reducing exposure to back injury in the workplace. We review how the back works, prevent back injuries and back pain by protecting the entire back system.
8-1027B ULTIMATE HEARING PROTECTION - VIEW COURSE
There is an estimated 33 million people in the U.S. with hearing loss enough to affect their daily activities. Occupational-related noise exposure accounts for 11 million cases of hearing loss. This program focuses on how to protect our hearing in a work environment.
8-1003C UNSAFE ACTS - VIEW COURSE
The video is based on the full length version of Unsafe Acts. This is according to the Insurance Industry, Governmental agencies and the National Safety Council who have analyzed employee accident investigations over the years
8-1058A WALKWAYS, LADDERS, AND ELEVATIONS - VIEW COURSE
The video is based on the full length version of Walkways, Ladders, and Elevations - Don't Slip and Fall which discusses major causes of injuries in the early days of safety. There have been a wide range of accidents in the workplace from every conceivable cause.
8-1011E WHAT TO DO IN A WORKPLACE EMERGENCY - VIEW COURSE
No matter what job you have or in what industry, safety is your responsibility. It is management's responsibility to provide safety training and information about your job, machines, equipment and potential hazards. Training is an ongoing process. The company must have written policies, procedures and personnel trained to respond to emergencies.
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