Safety Inspections Training Videos
Facts About OSHA Inspections - The information contained in this video was taken from the U.S. Department of Labor, OSHA, 1989 revised OSHA booklet 2098. Material contained in this program is not considered a substitute for any provisions of the Occupational Safety and Health Act of 1970 or for any standards issued by OSHA.
Almost every driver knows that they’re supposed to do a pre-trip inspection of their tractor and trailer before they leave the yard. They also know that they’re required to perform and document another complete inspection when they finish their work for the day. What happens too often is that drivers either don’t conduct these inspections at all, or they do them so quickly that they don’t see the things they should identify s needing repair.
In response to growing concerns over crane safety, Occupational Safety & Health Administration (OSHA) recently released new crane and derrick safety standards. The rules will affect more than 4.8 million employees of crane and construction companies nationwide. This program will elaborate on the new standards and the employers’ responsibilities.
ADVANCED FIRE EXTINGUISHER TRAINING (Short Version) - Fire extinguishers and extinguishing materials have been around 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.
Easy-reading construction safety compliance manual explains complex Part 1926 regs in plain English.
The Construction Safety & Health Compliance Manual helps you comply with complicated Part 1926 requirements by providing straightforward guidance on critical topics including:
OSHA’s Eleven - Every factory, mill, and office in this country could well post a cautionary sign next to its front entrance. Warning: working may be hazardous to your health. Safety and loss prevention in the hospitality industry is a job that never ends ensuring that associates have a safe work environment and follow safety rules is a task that demands knowledge, constant vigilance, and dedication.
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.
Fire extinguishers and extinguishing materials have been around 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 of 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.