|Safety Webinar Courses - Spring 2016|
MTA Safety Program members only.
Back Injury Safety in the Workplace
Since 8 out of 10 individuals will suffer a back injury during their life time and back injuries are second to the common cold for missed work days, a solid back safety program is critical for the success of your business. This program helps you and your employees prevent back injuries and reduce their associated costs. This program provides employees a better understanding of:
The advance in concussion recognition, treatment and long term health effects in the last couple years, have placed it at the top of the news media regarding injuries for the common worker and sports athletes. Concussions must be recognized and treated appropriately. This program provides employees with knowledge of what a concussion is, how concussions occur, what are the symptoms of a concussion, how are they diagnosed and most importantly, how they are treated.
Fiber Optic Installation and Repair Safety
Understanding the safety hazards that go with fiber optic cable networks is critical for those who install or maintain fiber optic systems. This program covers the numerous risk factors associated with Optical Networks including the Fiber, Chemicals used, the Laser Light, Electricity, Installation and Maintenance of the networks. Personal Protective Equipment requirements will be covered and past injuries discussed.
Chainsaw / Cut-Off Saw Safety:
Chainsaws are the most dangerous hand tool a person can purchase. This program pertains to the OSHA regulations as they apply to Chainsaws and Cut Off Saws. Participants will gain an understanding of the hazards associated with these saws, The Personal Protective Equipment requirements, proper Felling Techniques, and Hazard Recognition. Even though most companies do not use these saws very often, we recognize the extreme hazards that come with their use.