The standard manufacturing training package includes 15 videos and a CD-Rom of written materials.
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This package includes the following safety training programs:
1001A Employee Safety Orientation
This short program is an overview of your safety responsibilities to help you perform your job safely. Safety is a responsibility that’s important to you, the company, and your fellow employees. Our basic safety policy is simply this: “We don't have any job that can't be performed safely.”
Topics covered in this safety video are: basics of job safety, equipment safety, personal protective equipment, proper clothing, chemical safety, fire prevention, ladder safety, slips and falls, how to prevent back injuries, and safety awareness.
1004A Lockout/Tagout - Hazardous Energy Source
Control of hazardous energy sources is a requirement that organizations must implement for the safety of all employees. Control of hazardous energy sources is the new concept with new requirements for the previous lockout/tagout program.
Topics included in this safety video are: basic procedures, some terminology used in the procedures, 2 categories of employees requiring knowledge and training in lockout/tagout procedures, the exception to the lockout rule, normal production operations and servicing or maintenance during normal production operations, clearing jams, the inspection process, and using tagout without the use of lockouts.
1026A How To Investigate An Accident
This video explains the basics of accident investigation and the benefits of investigating every accident regardless of its size or severity and why this policy is an essential part of your overall safety program.
Topics discussed in this safety video include: the definition of the word “accident,” the purpose of an investigation, assigning codes for specific categories of the data, type of industry, the size of the establishment and number of employees, employee characteristics or the victim's age, sex, department, occupation, whether full-time, part time or seasonal, length of service, and how often the employee repeats the activity involved in the accident, a narrative description of the accident itself, including what the person was doing, what objects or substances were involved, all actions which led to the accident and a brief history of any preceding events that might have contributed to the accident, temperature, light, noise, or weather that related to the accident, characteristics of the equipment associated with the accident such as the type, brand, size, distinguishing features of the equipment, its condition, age, and of course, the specific part or parts involved, characteristics of the task performed at the time of the accident, both the general category of the task and time factors or the time of day the accident occurred, the severity of the injury and the part or parts of the body affected, statements from eyewitnesses, as well as taking photographs or video of the accident's location, the equipment involved and other pertinent information to verify the information in the report, basic form used and corrective action.
1008B Bloodborne Pathogens
This video is not designed to list all the potential hazards nor is it designed to serve as a comprehensive training program related to AIDS or Hepatitis B. Each organization is responsible for developing their own policies and procedures relating to bloodborne pathogens and following Local, State, and Federal Regulations and Standards. Each organization must refer to their own medical and legal advisor for specific information for developing policies and procedures.
Topics included in this safety video are: basic knowledge about potential bloodborne pathogen hazards and how to avoid the risks, AIDS virus, Hepatitis B virus, definition of bloodborne pathogen, ways to spread HIV and Hepatitis B, what is Hepatitis C and how is it spread, personal protective equipment, personal hygiene and housekeeping, mouth to mouth resuscitation, persons at risk, needlestick, and the 14 elements of information and training that is required for your Bloodborne Pathogen program to meet OSHA standards.
1003C Unsafe Acts - Human Behavior
The Insurance Industry, Governmental agencies and the National Safety Council have analyzed employee accident investigations over the years and have determined that the overwhelming cause of most industrial accidents and injuries can be attributed to the unsafe acts of employees.
Topics discussed in this safety video include: the definition of “contribute to an accident,” safe lifting technique, box cutters, personal protective equipment, forklifts, running at work, “fault,” written documentation, safety counseling, and the importance of teamwork.
1001D Back Injury Prevention
According to the National Safety Council and medical research, 20% of backaches are attributed to inflammation such as arthritis, 10% are due to actual back injuries and other miscellaneous causes, and 70% result from degeneration of spinal discs.
Topics discussed in this safety video include: the mechanics of the back, muscle strains, and difficult lifting situations.
1023F Fire Prevention Responsibility
If you smoke, do so only in designated areas. Good housekeeping is another basic safety tip. Check out those janitor closets and other storerooms to make sure there are no flammables or combustibles improperly stored. Keep the areas clean, neat, and organized.
Topics included in this safety video are: storing oily rags, electrical motors, electrical equipment, octopus plugs, flexible cords, extension cords, trash cans, exits, fire sprinkler system, telephone numbers of emergency agencies, call the fire department, types of fire extinguishers, and smoke detectors.
1044F Advanced Fire Extinguisher Training
Fire extinguishers and extinguishing materials have been around for a long time. You've seen them everywhere; they're very useful and have saved many lives. But not everyone understands them or knows how to use them. The subject for this training program is understanding more about extinguishers and how they work. The objective of the training is to save lives and property, in that order. Always remember that life safety is much more important than property.
Topics covered in this safety video include: the purpose of fire extinguishers, fire extinguisher inspections, inspection records, what to do once an extinguisher has been used, what to do in the event an extinguisher is used or found to be defective, the service tag, types of extinguishers, PASS, classes of fires and types of extinguishers to extinguish each, proper use of extinguishers, and dangers of smoke.
1001G Forklift Operator Training
This program is simply a review of safe operating rules. First of all, anyone operating this equipment must be trained and authorized by the company. Your license means you have received training and are capable of safely operating this equipment. Once you're trained and authorized, the rest is up to you. You're expected to have the maturity and responsibility to operate this equipment efficiently and safely. Don't take this responsibility lightly. A forklift professional doesn't cause property damage or injuries. Everyone wants to move material efficiently and quickly and that's your job, but you don't have to speed or violate safety rules to do a good job. We realize equipment operators get in a hurry, especially if you're sitting on a forklift all day, but how much time and money do you save by spilling loads, running into doors, walls, sprinkler pipes, or other materials? The time you save by speeding and cutting corners isn't worth one minor accident. You're much more productive working safely and obeying the rules. All we ask is for you to perform your job professionally.
Topics included in this safety video are: engineering principles, the fulcrum principle, load center, center of gravity, stability triangle, 3-point Suspension System, safe operating rules, riders, safety platforms, speeding, driving with a raised load, driving around blind corners, moving a load, parking the forklift, pedestrians, loading docks, stabilizing jacks, dock plates, and inspections.
1002H Chains, Cranes, Hoist, and Slings
Safety around hoisting equipment is extremely important because one little mistake can be disastrous. Damaged or worn out parts also make your equipment unsafe to use.
Topics included in this safety video are: inspect hoisting equipment, inspect metal chains for cuts or worn links, watch out for sharp edges on the material you're lifting, protect your chains and slings by padding the sharp edges or padding your sling, never use the crane hoist chain or wire rope as a sling, don’t overload your equipment, jerking a load, tying knots in the chain or sling, kinks or twists, traveling with a load, lift the load as close to vertical, crane hooks, broken or damaged strands in your wire rope, never run the hoist or crane all the way up or all the way down, and manufacturer’s guidelines.
1003H Machine Guarding and Conveyors
Machine guarding is defined as any means of effectively preventing personnel from coming in contact with moving parts of machinery or equipment, which could cause physical harm to personnel. To put it more simply, machine guarding is placed around the moving parts of machinery in your facility in order to save your fingers, hands, and maybe even your life.
Topics included in this safety video are: barrier guards, 2-hand tripping devices, electronic safety devices, machine guard standards, point of operation, special hand tools, barrels, containers, and drums that revolve, fan blades, tampering or removing guards, regular inspection, lockout/tagout, electricity, gravity, spring tension, pressure, chemicals, steam, moving machinery, conveyors, long hair, danger zones, elevated walkway, conveyor rollers and wheels, braking, and powered conveyors.
1007H Hand and Power Tool Safety
Hand and power tools cause thousands of injuries every year. Safety must be exercised every time anyone uses hand and power tools. Safety awareness is of vital importance, so let's begin the program with some basics.
Topics included in this safety video are: a good safety attitude, safety behavior, defective equipment, wrenches, cheater bars, heavy duty striking tools, 3 types of socket wrenches and sockets, bench vises, power tools and equipment, cutting blades, bits, electrical tools, grounding, double Insulation, electrical cords, octopus plugs, 3-prong adapters, drill bits, and portable handsaws.
1001i How To Prevent Slips and Falls
First of all, it's important to understand that the vast majority of slips and falls occur because the person is not paying attention to where they are walking or what they're doing and they either trip on something or the floor surface is slippery. We can describe slips and falls as a dual cause accident. We say dual because there may be two causes.
Topics included in this safety video are: physical hazards that can cause slips and falls, the walk off mat, wax, spills, potential slip and fall hazards, walking up or down stairs, torn carpeting, damaged tread nosing, oily treads, dirty stairs, falls from ladders, broken or damaged rungs, the top two rungs, belt buckle, getting into and out of vehicles, jumping from trucks or other vehicles or equipment, proper footwear, authorized walking areas, walking over conveyors, boxes, pallets, or other materials, wet or slippery surfaces, Engineering, Education, and Enforcement.
C001M Confined Space Entry
Whether you're employed in a factory, chemical plant, public agency, or service organization of a construction firm, the confined space hazards you face are quite similar. Failure to closely follow specific rules, regulations, and confined space safety standards can just about guarantee serious injury or even death. The National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health or NOISH found in more than 50 percent of confined space accidents, the rescuer becomes the victim. NIOSH also found that very few organizations provided any type of written procedures or training specific to confined space entry.
Topics discussed in this safety video include: definition of confined space, oxygen deficiency, flammable or explosive gases, toxic gases and vapors, atmospheric hazard, engulfment hazard, configuration hazard, permit system of a written program and procedure, procedures to take into account, confined space supervisor/observer and emergency standby, proper techniques involved with confined space entry, confined space emergencies, training required for members of the rescue team, and PPE.
1068A Integrating GHS With Hazcom
Integrating GHS with Hazcom (Safety Video) - This update to the Hazard Communication Standard will provide a common and coherent approach to classifying chemicals and communicating hazard information on labels and safety data sheets. Once implemented, the revised standard will improve the quality and consistency of hazard information in the workplace, making it safer for workers. This program covers topics such as Hazard classifications, labels and labeling, SDS, training and information, shipping and receiving, PPE, transitions between the old Hazcom and new GHS standards.
Package Also Includes: CD-ROM with written materials.