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T364 Egress and Exit Safety
Standard Operating Procedures of many companies require Egress and Exit Safety be taught to their employees to enhance their safety program.

Key Training Points: Types of hazards/definition of egress and exit/ exit routes/exit signs/exit markings/employer responsibilities/egress and exit standards

T365 Fire Prevention
Standard Operating Procedures of many companies require Fire Safety and Evacuation be taught to their employees to enhance their safety program.

Key Training Points: Fire hazards/ ignition and electrical hazards/ fire extinguisher ratings/ multi-class ratings/ extinguishing agents/safe working environments/ personal protective equipment/physical and health hazards/storage and disposal/ emergency action: chemical spills and fires

T366 Machine Guard Safety

Machine guarding hazards are addressed in specific standards for the general industry, marine terminals, long shoring and the construction and agriculture industries. This video highlights standards and rules. Key Training Points: Uses and types of guards/ maintenance/ tampering/ interlocking/ machine hazards/ machine guards/ safe work practices/ mechanical power-transmission apparatus

T367 Accident Reporting

Employers are required to make accident reporting part of their written safety program. Observing details of an accident and accurately reporting them can save lives. Once the course of an accident is understood, measures can be taken for future prevention.

Key Training Points: Eyewitness - observation - reporting - correcting hazards

T368 Safety Programs

A companies Safety Program should involve everyone from management to employee. Every level of the organization should be trained properly and have a working knowledge of their company's safety program. Instilling a culture of safety will reduce accidents for workers and improves the bottom line for managers.

Key Training Points: Employer responsibilities/ risk assessment/ management and employee involvement/ identifying hazards and risks/ job hazard analysis/ accident prevention checklist/ contact list

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T358 5 STEPS TO LADDER SAFETY

When used incorrectly, a ladder can be one of the most dangerous tools in the workplace. Prevent accidents by following basic steps for ladder safety.

Tone - Actuality / Language - English

Key Training Points: Choosing ladders - Ladder inspection - Set-up - Climbing and descending - Working from ladders



T359 YOUR HANDS AT WORK

Your hands are your most valuable tools. Yet too often, workers take their hands for granted and fail to protect them properly. You can help prevent hand injuries by wearing appropriate protective gloves.

Tone - Graphic / Language - English

Key Training Points: Causes of hand injuries - Types of protective gloves - Selection and proper use of PPE



T360 KEEPING AN EYE ON SAFETY

Every day, approximately 1,000 eye injuries occur in America's workplaces. It's estimated that 90 percent of these could be avoided with proper eye protection. Graphic recreations of workplace incidents remind viewers that without protection, they could lose their eyesight in an instant.

Tone: Graphic / Language - English

Key Training Points: Cause of eye injuries - Types of eye injuries - Eye protection and proper use - Safe work practices



T361 DRIVER SAFETY BEGINS WITH ATTITUDE

Your attitude will affect your driving. If you are hurried, distracted or angry, you could be a serious safety threat on the road. Improve your driving skills - and your odds of arriving at your destination safely - by letting go of negative emotions when you get behind the wheel.

Tone: Graphic / Language: English

Key Training Points: Shock - Elevation - Pressure points



T362 FIRST AID FOR BLEEDING

Severe bleeding can be life threatening. Learn how to control bleeding by following basic first aid procedures.

Tone: Graphic / Language: English

Key Training Points: Shock - Elevation - Pressure points



T363 GOOD HOUSEKEEPING IS GOOD SAFETY

Clutter and disorder in the workplace contribute to falls, fires, cuts, and other kinds of accidents and injuries. Eliminate hazards and improve productivity by keeping your workplace clean and orderly.

Tone: Actuality / Language: English

Key Training Points: Slips, trips, and fall hazards - Fire hazards - Effective housekeeping


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