Tailgate Safety Training - Construction Videos Package

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Tailgate Safety Training - Construction Videos Package

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This 4 DVD set includes 34 short tailgate videos for the construction industry. Each video averages roughly 5 minutes in length. The following topics are included in the DVD Set. ...READ MORE This 4 DVD set includes 34 short tailgate videos for the construction industry. Each video averages roughly 5 minutes in length. The following topics are included in the DVD Set.

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Tailgate Safety Training - Construction Videos Package Details

This package contains multiple training topics for the construction industry. This 4 DVD set includes 34 short tailgate videos for the construction industry. Each video averages roughly 5 minutes in length.
The following topics are included in the DVD Set.

Lockout/Tagout (7-C001E) - VIEW COURSE
Locking out electricity prevents electrical equipment from accidental release of electricity during maintenance or repair. The purpose of lockout and tagout is accident prevention. This program explains the basic procedures and terminology and general requirements.

Gas Cutting and Welding (7-C009E) - VIEW COURSE
This is a short refresher training course. Each company is responsible for developing specific guidelines, policies and procedures. Welding or cutting material can be a safe operation if you follow the rules and not take shortcuts. This program focuses on gas welding safety awareness.

Arc Welding (7-C010E) - VIEW COURSE
This is a short refresher training course. Every company is responsible for developing specific guidelines, policies and procedures. Welding is a safe operation if you follow procedures and not take shortcuts. This program is a guideline of basic safety measures designed as safety awareness when working with arc welding.

Compressed Gas (7-C012E) - VIEW COURSE
This is a short refresher training course. The majority of gases used for industrial uses such as welding and cutting are purchased in cylinders. Cylinders must be constructed and maintained in accordance with the Department of Transportation (DOT) regulations.This program focuses on the safety when handling and storage of gas cylinders.

Grinders (7-C013E) - VIEW COURSE
This is a short refresher training course. Rules, procedures and protective equipment are essential in making your job safe. If you follow the rules, this equipment can be safe. This program provides information on the proper use and operation of grinders in a safe manner.

Signs and Barricades (7-C016E) - VIEW COURSE
This is a short refresher training course. All of the complexities and rules of signs, barricade and signals make a difference in construction safety. This program is a reminder and review of the types of signs, signals and barricades that help accident prevention.

Scissor Lift (7-C018E) - VIEW COURSE
This is a short refresher training course. Falls from an elevated platform are caused primarily by a worker's unsafe act such as leaving gate chains unattached, propping the gate open, or climbing up on or leaning over the guardrail system. This program's topics include scaffolding, causes of scaffolding injuries, basic operations, inspection, and safety checks.

Hand Tools (7-C019E) - VIEW COURSE
This is a short refresher training course. Safety instructions provided by the manufacturer should be followed closely. An employer is responsible for providing safe equipment, but it is the responsibility of the worker to use them safely. This program reviews various power tools and how to handle them in a safe manner.

Front End Loader (7-C022E) - VIEW COURSE
This is a short refresher training course. Front-end loaders come in all sizes and shapes which include track loaders, skid steer, backhoe loaders, and tractor loaders. This program deals with rearward rollovers, rollover prevention, run-over accidents, articulated four-wheel drive loaders, and more.

Advanced Portable Ladder Safety(1057A) - VIEW COURSE
Falling from a ladder can be frightening. People endure more than 500,000 falls, 300 deaths and an average of 165,000 trips to the emergency room every year. The vast majority of the falls from ladders is the result of misuse. This program focuses on the different types of ladders and how to use them properly

Electrical Safety (7-C002G) - VIEW COURSE
This is a short refresher training course. The different types of electric energy are low, high and static voltage. This program is designed to make you more aware of electrical safety. This program gives a basic understanding of electricity.

Lifting (7-C003G) - VIEW COURSE
According to the National Safety Council and medical research, 70% of backaches are the result of degeneration of spinal discs. This program will explain how the back works so you will have enough information to make the right choices.

Housekeeping (7-C006G) - VIEW COURSE
This is a short refresher training course. In every working environment, one of the most important employee responsibilities is to maintain a clean, neat and orderly workplace. There's always time enough to keep your work area clean. This program will focus on the employee's responsibility for a safe work environment.

Fire Extinguishers (7-C008G) - VIEW COURSE
This is a short refresher training course. This program will provide procedures to follow when using a fire extinguisher. This information will help you to become more familiar with extinguishers, fire prevention and a better understanding of emergency action in the event of a fire.

Slips and Falls (7-C011G) - VIEW COURSE
This is a short refresher training course. The potential for slips, trips and falls is everywhere. Safety is an individual's responsibility. Having a good attitude and thinking about safety can prevent some of these accidents. This program will explain the causes and prevention of the hazards of slips, trips and falls.

Permits (7-C016G) - VIEW COURSE
This is a short refresher training course. Work safety permits are designed for the safety of those working on a project or employees working near a particular project. This program will focus on hot work permits and entry permits.

Material Handling (7-C017G) - VIEW COURSE
This is a short refresher training course. Handling and storing materials are vital to the construction industry. The improper handling and storing of materials can cause costly injuries. This program focuses on the proper procedures and safety when handling materials.

Don't Slip and Fall (7-C018G) - VIEW COURSE
This is a short refresher training course. Slips and falls were the major causes of injuries in the early days of safety. There were a wide range of accidents in the workplace from all kinds of causes. This program discusses the causes of trips, slips and falls and prevention.

Fall Protection (7-C007P) - VIEW COURSE
This is a short refresher training course. Employees must be kept informed of fall protections, OSHA standards, equipment and everything necessary to prevent falls. This program provides information on the various types of fall protection, when and how to use the protective equipment with emphasis on safety.

HAZMAT Spills (7-C002H) - VIEW COURSE
This is a short refresher training course. Many materials you work with may be classified as hazardous. Hazardous material can endanger your health or life and of others. This program will cover kinds of hazardous materials and how to handle spills and clean up safely.

Flammables (7-C003H) - VIEW COURSE
This is a short refresher training course. It's critical to understand basic technical terminology to know the potential hazard associated with hazardous materials. This program will address the terminology and warning labels used with flammable liquids.

Bond and Ground (7-C004H) - VIEW COURSE
This is a short refresher training course. Almost any movement can create static electricity. This program will focus on reducing the effects of static electricity and potential explosions when transferring flammable liquids from one container to another.

Air Monitoring (7-C005H) - VIEW COURSE
This is a short refresher training course. Confined spaces and other similar locations can be unsuspecting chambers of death unless you know the hazards and are prepared to avoid risks. This program focuses on the types of hazardous gases and what to look for when monitoring them.

Lead in the Workplace (7-C008H) - VIEW COURSE
This is a short refresher training course. Lead can stay in your body for years causing serious health effects that may not be treatable. Over-exposure of lead by workers in many industries is a major concern. This program discusses the various lead exposures in the workplace with an emphasis on safety.

Confined Space (7-C001M) - VIEW COURSE
Confined space entry must be approached with a professional attitude and a methodical system designed to prevent situations from escalating into a disaster. T Failure to closely follow specific rules, regulations and confined space safety standards can guarantee serious injury or even death. This program is designed to provide the viewer with safety basics in confined space entry.

Competent Person Trenching and Shoring (C002M) - VIEW COURSE
Topics discussed in this safety video include: planning for safety, locating any underground installations, contacting the utility companies involved and informing them of the proposed work, terminology and on-site safety practices, types of soil, trench boxes, shoring, testing and control requirements, testing atmospheres in the excavations, and daily inspections of excavations.

Flagger (7-C003M) - VIEW COURSE
This is a short refresher training course. The flagger's job is important to protect workers on the highway. The Manual of Traffic Controls for Construction and Maintenance Work Zones is the basic standard that provides guidance for flagger conduct, skills, and the science they use. This program includes information about equipment, flagging position, flagging situations, procedures, and proper conduct.

BBP (7-C009M) - VIEW COURSE
This is a short refresher training course. Great strides have been made in promoting knowledge about bloodborne pathogens. This program provides information about bloodborne pathogens and related diseases. Proper methods of infection and exposure control to avoid the risk of contamination of potentially infections materials are addressed.

Trench Safety (C010M) - VIEW COURSE
This training program has been developed specifically for those persons actually working in or around trenches, excavations. Working around trenching operations is hazardous. Prior to regulations, fatalities climbed to over 100 deaths every year. A lesson you can take away from this presentation is to clearly understand that trenching operations are hazardous and risks are predictable. and other day to day risks and hazards

PPE (7-C001P) - VIEW COURSE
The right choice is for the worker to make sure the appropriate protective equipment is worn when performing tasks that are hazardous. This program covers the various types of personal protective equipment with emphasis on safety

Eye Protection (7-C002P) - VIEW COURSE
Topics included in this safety video are: basic eye protection facts, safety glasses, fully enclosed safety goggles, shaded lenses, laser eye protection, face shields, common eye problems, chemical burns, cataracts, near sightedness, far sightedness, astigmatism, and contact lenses.

Hearing (7-C003P) - VIEW COURSE
This is a short refresher training 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. Another 36 to 37 million people suffer from tinnitus, which is a chronic ringing in the ears. This program focuses on how to protect our hearing in a work environment.

Heat Stress (7-C004P) - 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. This program places emphasis on working safely in hot environments.

Respirators (7-C005P) - VIEW COURSE
Topics included in this safety video are: basics of why the protection is needed, breathing, dust, mists, gases, vapors, oxygen deficiency, a respiratory protection program, types of protection including disposable masks, half mask respirators, full-face respirators, air-lined and self-contained breathing apparatus respirators.


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