Safety Housekeeping Training Videos
Housekeeping In Manufacturing - In every working environment from office to manufacturing to construction, one of the most important responsibilities employees have is to maintain a clean, neat, and orderly workplace. Safety is an important responsibility and it’s a condition of employment. Maintaining your workplace in a neat, clean, and orderly fashion is a big part of your job; and it’s certainly a big part of the safety program.
Safety Orientation - Don't take short cuts or risks. There's only one-way to perform your job. If it can't be done safely, we don't want you to do it. That's our policy and your obligation. Accident and injury statistics compiled over the last 50 years throughout the world have reveal that 85% to 98% of all accidents are caused by unsafe acts of employees such as taking short cuts, violating safety rules, or job procedures.
Reporting For Work - Your Safety Responsibilities – This program is a reminder about basic safety information that everyone should know, may teach you some safety tips you don't already know and provides documentation of the training and safety information we're going to provide you.
You’re responsible for productivity, efficiency, safety, security, housekeeping, the list is endless. When something goes wrong, it's your responsibility. “What exactly are your responsibilities and liabilities, your capabilities, and limitations?” Well, that's what this program is all about. Let's start with a few basic statements. Your primary responsibility is also the most difficult…managing other people. The success you'll have in people management is directly related to a number of skills.
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.
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.