Electrical Safety Training Videos/Courses
Lockout/Tagout (Vehicle Procedures) - The control of hazardous energy sources commonly known as Lockout/Tagout covers the use and maintenance of machines and equipment, in which the unexpected energization or startup of the machines or equipment or release of stored energy could cause injury to employees. Lockout requires that energy sources for equipment be turned off or disconnected and that the switch or energy source be locked.
This is a short refresher training course containing 3 videos in 1.
Electrical Safety - Electricity is essential to modern life, both at home and on the job. As a source of power, electricity is accepted without much thought to the hazards encountered. Perhaps because it has become such a familiar part of our surroundings, it often is not treated with the respect it deserves.
Utility Crew Truck Safety - Crew trucks are used in many types of organizations such as utilities, public agencies, and construction companies to name a few. In addition to transporting a crew to and from the job, this highly versatile vehicle can be outfitted with a wide array of attachments to make it a major asset to the organization such as lifts and hoists, welding units, compressors, aerial lift devices, and equipment for towing.
The goal of this training program is to help you understand some of your job responsibilities that include safety. Safety is a major part of your job, no matter where you work or what type of job you perform. Meets OSHA training requirements for training new employees on safety basics.
Healthcare workers in long-term care facilities face the same risks as those who work in hospitals. However, the intensive personal care needed by most residents can increase your employees' risk.
Hazardous Energy Source - Lockout/Tagout Affected and Authorized Persons - Machine Operators/Non-Operators
25 Most Commonly Cited OSHA Violations - Developing a program such as this is quite subjective and varies from state to state and it depends widely upon the individual OSHA inspectors. We've aimed this particular program at the manufacturing industry; however, the violations listed apply generally to any industry.
Maintenance Person Safety - The definition of a maintenance person goes like this: An individual who’s expected to do the impossible, in the shortest time, at the least expense, and to keep doing it, day after day, year after year without complaining and never achieving the recognition deserved for keeping the organization in good operating condition.