As much as we drive forward in our vehicles, it cannot prepare us for backing. According to the National Safety Council, one out of four vehicle accidents result from poor backing techniques. This training program covers specific guidelines on how to prepare to back a vehicle if it is required. The principles of backing a trailer are explained in four easy steps, whether it is a large gooseneck trailer or a small utility trailer. Where an employee parks their vehicles can be as important as how they leave their parking space when trying to avoid an accident. Advanced planning and awareness of the potential hazards can eliminate many of the risks associated with parking and backing a vehicle. (Approx. length 16 min.)
Aerial lifts of all types including bucket trucks, can allow us to be safe and more productive if they are used correctly. The major causes of injuries and fatalities involving aerial lifts are falls, electrocutions and collapses or tip-overs. This program will cover Worksite Inspections, Fall Hazards, Tip-over Hazards along with the ten most hazardous activities associated with the use of aerial lifts.
(Approx. length 30 min.)
The OSHA standard 1910.106 directly applies to the handling, storage and use of flammable and combustible liquids. These OSHA guidelines are explained as they relate to the telecommunications industry including control of ignition sources, proper storage, fire control, safe handling and approved safety cans. The proper use, handling, storage and transportation of compressed gas cylinders according to the OSHA standards are covered during this presentation along with the most common cited violations.
(Approx. length 23 min.)
Awareness of the Hazards present on job sites, at customer premises and our own homes is important to preventing accidents and injuries. Employees do not need to be working from elevations or on the construction crew to face serious health and safety risks; every job comes with potential hazards. This program helps employees understand the most prevalent types of injuries and vehicle accidents that affect the Telecom industry today. Training includes identifying 11 categories of hazards employees come in contact with during the daily duties at various job sites and customer premises. The program’s intent is to help employees become aware of hazards and how to plan to eliminate accidents and injuries.
(Approx. length 30 min.)
Many preventable accidents occur when employees are climbing and working on ladders. This training teaches employees how to use ladders safely and prevent injury and death. The program also covers the consequences of unsafe use and proper methods for inspecting and storing ladders. (Approx. length 18 min.)
This program provides valuable information on how to recognize and manage stress. It also identifies the importance of stress management that reduces the risks of other health issues such as high blood pressure and stroke.
(Approx. length 14 min.)
This program provides the employees attending with an understanding of the Occupational Safety and Health Administration. Compliance with OSHA regulations is mandatory, we will learn about the various types of inspections that can occur. We will also discuss the types of citations OSHA inspectors can issue, the fines and the abatement process. How we react, when an OSHA official show up is very important, the factors we take into account, and can directly affect the outcome of the inspection. (Approx. length 23 min.)
The program "Type II Diabetes” is intended to provide information on this very common and growing medical issue in the United States. The attendees will be provided with information on who is at risk, how type II diabetes develops and what treatment option available. The theory behind this training process is simple if we all understand major health issue such as Type II Diabetes; we can work toward a healthier work force.
(Approx. length 18 min.)
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