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Construction Safety


Course Name AMOUNT TO BUY
Basic Electrical Safety in the Workplace $17.99/view
  Basic Electrical Safety In The Workplace - There are different types of electricity or electrical energy; low voltage, high voltage, static electricity, alternating current, direct current, and so on.
Safety For Framers $17.99/view
  This training program is designed to review basic safety policies and procedures when working at a job site. The most important thing to remember is that you are responsible for safety and health. The company can provide a safe and healthful work environment, but it’s up to each individual to work and act safely on the job. An important responsibility is accident prevention. Construction work is serious business and safety is a very important part of your job.
Hot Works Permit $17.99/view
  Hot Work Permits - The use of a Hot Work Permit system as a primary means of preventing fires due to non-routine open flame and high temperature processes. Hot Work is any work using open flames or sources of heat that could ignite materials in the work area. Some of the examples of hot work are welding, burning, brazing, propane soldering, oxyacetylene cutting and grinding ferrous metals.
GHS Globally Harmonized System $17.99/view
  For the first time in world history, globalization is reaching every corner of every business. All users of chemical products throughout the world need to know what chemicals are present and the hazards. Sound management of chemicals includes systems through which chemical hazards are identified and communicate to all who may be exposed. GHS cuts away the wasted time and efforts from confusion, inconsistent requirements that ultimately reduces worker protection. The focus on this program is to introduce what employers will need to know about the new GHS that OSHA will adopt.
An Effective Respiratory Protection Program $17.99/view
  An Effective Respiratory Protection Program is the most effective method of protecting workers is to reduce the hazard by using ventilation, non-toxic chemicals, and other engineering methods. Quite often, these hazards may not be controlled through engineering methods, so personal protection may then be required.
Asbestos Awareness - Chemicals and Hazardous Materials $17.99/view
  Asbestos is only dangerous when it's getting into the air that we breathe. Many authorities insist that if the material is intact there is no danger. There is also the obvious if not scientific evidence that millions of us that are healthy and middle aged grew up under asbestos ceilings and above asbestos floor tiles.
Asbestos Cement Pipe Safety $17.99/view
  Asbestos containing materials hidden within existing products have been in use for thousands of years. Asbestos has been used for many products such as fire proofing, pipe insulation, theatre curtains, siding, roofing, gaskets and packing, water and sewer pipe, and more. In water and waste water applications, asbestos cement pipe may contain as much as 20% asbestos or more which is used as re-enforcement for the pipe. The types of asbestos used are both the serpentine (Chrysotile) and amphibole (Amosite and Crocidolite).
Bonding and Grounding Flammable Liquid Transfers $17.99/view
  Bonding and Grounding Flammable Liquid Transfers program focuses on reducing the effects of static electricity and potential explosions when transferring flammable liquids from one container to another. Static electricity occurs when electrons are moved about on a surface. Static electricity can cause sparks, sparks that can ignite flammable liquid when the vapor of the liquid is such that it can be ignited.
Chemical Fume Hood Safety $17.99/view
  Chemical Fume Hood Safety - In this safety program, we will cover the proper use of a Chemical Fume Hood and how it will help to keep you safe. Often the terms Fume Hood, Chemical Hood, and Chemical Fume Hood are used interchangeably. In this program we will refer to the chemical fume hood as a chemical hood. We will discuss using the hood safely, some limitations of chemical hoods, good laboratory practices applied to hood safety, and how to confirm that your hood is operating properly. Biological Safety or Radiation Safety will not be discussed in this program.
Chemical Hygiene and Engineering $17.99/view
  Chemical Hygiene And Engineering - A Chemical Hygiene Plan is a written document developed and implemented by your university which sets forth procedures, equipment, personal protective equipment, and work practices that are capable of protecting laboratory workers from the health hazards presented by hazardous chemicals used in your particular workplace
Chemical Spill Cleanup $17.99/view
  Chemical Spill Cleanup - Chemical spills in the laboratory are serious events that can be hazardous to your health and to the environment. Keeping your lab uncluttered, properly transporting and storing chemicals, and careful planning of experiments can reduce your risk of having a chemical spill. However, it is still important that you and your laboratory are prepared for a hazardous chemical spill.
Chlorine Safety $17.99/view
  Chlorine Safety program covers swimming pool disinfection, and water treatment. Chlorine is the major chemical used for the sanitation of water, swimming pool disinfection, or in the treatment process of sewage. In the manufacturing world, it's used to treat industrial water and can be found in plastic pipe and hundreds of other uses. It's one of nature's chemicals. It is also one of the most hazardous materials known to man.
HAZWOPER - Donning, Doffing and Decontamination $17.99/view
  HAZWOPER - Donning, Doffing, Decontamination program explains the routine of putting on and removing self-contained breathing apparatus (SCBA) and an encapsulated suit. In responding to episodes involving hazardous substances, it may be necessary for response personnel to wear self-contained breathing apparatus (SCBA), and fully encapsulated suits to protect against toxic environments.
HAZWOPER - Identifying Hazardous Materials $17.99/view
  HAZWOPER - Identifying Hazardous Materials program focuses on the definition of hazardous materials and their affects when you are exposed. Before we can begin to understand the identification of hazardous materials, we first need to look at the toxicology of potentially harmful chemicals and hazardous materials.
HAZWOPER - Obtaining Information in an Emergency $17.99/view
  HAZWOPER - Obtaining Information in an Emergency II program focuses on each of these references and what type of information and assistance they provide. As a first responder at the scene of a hazardous materials incident, you must obtain specific information about any material involved in the incident as soon as possible. Many reference texts and organizations can provide response personnel with technical data and physical assistance regarding both the hazards associated with an incident and methods to deal with these hazards.
HAZWOPER - NFPA Hazmat Labeling Information $17.99/view
  HAZWOPER NFPA Hazmat Labeling Information is a method for identifying hazardous material containers. The N.F.P.A. method which is used in addition to the original container label provides quick recognition in an emergency. The National Fire Protection Association (N.F.P.A.) system is used for identifying hazardous material containers. The N.F.P.A. method of labeling is designed to aid firefighters. It allows them to quickly identify hazards.
How to Comply With the New GHS HAZCOM Program $17.99/view
  How to Comply with the New GHS HAZCOM Program - The Globally Harmonized System (GHS) is an International approach to hazard communication, providing agreed criteria for classification of chemical hazards, and a standardized approach to label elements and safety data sheets. There is a lot of information about the new Hazard Communications program that’s changing the way organizations comply with the new rules. This program is an explanation of how to comply, without changing your entire HAZCOM program. The topics in this program include: changes to HAZCOM, hazard classifications, labels, pictograms, and the new safety data sheets (SDS).How to Comply with the New GHS HAZCOM Program - The Globally Harmonized System (GHS) is an International approach to hazard communication, providing agreed criteria for classification of chemical hazards, and a standardized approach to label elements and safety data sheets. There is a lot of information about the new Hazard Communications program that’s changing the way organizations comply with the new rules. This program is an explanation of how to comply, without changing your entire HAZCOM program. The topics in this program include: changes to HAZCOM, hazard classifications, labels, pictograms, and the new safety data sheets (SDS).
How To Fit Test Respirators $17.99/view
  How To Fit Test Respirators - There are a variety of gases, fumes, vapors, dusts, mists, and other potentially hazardous materials in many industries. Protection from health hazards is a goal of all employers and employees.
Hydrogen Sulfide Training $17.99/view
  Hydrogen Sulfide Training program defines (H2S) and the risk of exposure with emphasis on safety. Hydrogen sulfide is a by-product formed by decaying organic matter. Hydrogen Sulfide can be found in oil or gas operations, mining facilities, sewage, wastewater treatment plants, landfills, public utilities, and other places. Because Hydrogen sulfide is so dangerous, your employer is required to follow certain safety standards such as monitoring the air in your workspace and providing engineering controls.
Integrating GHS with Hazcom $17.99/view
  Integrating GHS with Hazcom (Safety Video) -This update to the Hazard Communication Standard will provide a common and coherent approach to classifying chemicals and communicating hazard information on labels and safety data sheets. Once implemented, the revised standard will improve the quality and consistency of hazard information in the workplace, making it safer for workers. This program covers topics such as Hazard classifications, labels and labeling, SDS, training and information, shipping and receiving, PPE, transitions between the old Hazcom and new GHS standards.Integrating GHS with Hazcom (Safety Video) -This update to the Hazard Communication Standard will provide a common and coherent approach to classifying chemicals and communicating hazard information on labels and safety data sheets. Once implemented, the revised standard will improve the quality and consistency of hazard information in the workplace, making it safer for workers. This program covers topics such as Hazard classifications, labels and labeling, SDS, training and information, shipping and receiving, PPE, transitions between the old Hazcom and new GHS standards.
A Primer On Fall Protection $17.99/view
  This is an extremely important program for anyone required to use fall protection. Program discusses the different types of equipment, accessories and requirements. Program identifies Hazard Identification, Written Program, Competent Person, Training, Product Selection and Equipment Basics. Extremely important topics include General Considerations, Inspecting Fall Protection Components, Storage and Maintenance, Webbing, Hardware, Ropes, Retrieval Systems, When to Replace Parts, Buddy System, Personal Fall Protection and much more. Excellent training program to ensure you meet the OSHA requirments, but more importantly, save lives.
A Primer on Field Ergonomics (Public Agency) $17.99/view
  Cumulative trauma injuries, such as carpal tunnel syndrome, tendonitis and back pain often result from awkward and repetitive use of the hands, wrists, legs, feet, neck and back. Many workers utilize only a select group of muscles for the entire day, causing fatigue, repetitive motion injuries and other cumulative trauma conditions. Quite often, many of these injuries are classified as overexertion. You may think that overexertion means to lift a heavy object, but that’s not what overexertion really means. Overexertion occurs from working the muscles past normal fatigue often resulting in an injury.
Abrasive Wheels Grinder Safety (Non-Gory) $17.99/view
  Abrasive Wheels Grinder Safety (Non-Gory) video discusses how lacerations and foreign body injuries often occur, the use of gloves and safety regulations required. An abrasive wheel grinder can be found in most maintenance shops and in some cases in manufacturing. Grinders can be either pedestal or bench mounted, or portable. Injuries from grinders are typically lacerations or foreign body in nature. The topics included in this safety video are: types of injuries and how to prevent injuries.
Advanced Fire Extinguisher Training (Long Version) $17.99/view
  Advanced Fire Extinguisher Training program covers the types of fire extinguishers, how to use them, and fire prevention. 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. If you experience a flammable liquid fire, do you know what type of extinguisher would be necessary to extinguish the fire? Would you use an ABC type extinguisher or an ABCD type extinguisher? 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.
Advanced Hand and Power Tool Safety $17.99/view
  Advanced Hand and Power Tool Safety program reviews various power tools and how to handle them in a safe manner. The key thing to remember is that although tools are extremely useful they can also be dangerous if not used correctly. Organizations such as Underwriters Laboratories, Consumer Product Safety Commission, OSHA, and ANSI have made major strides in evaluating and testing tools in an effort to make using tools safer. Even with safeguards, workers continue to find ways to bypass the safety instructions. Safety instructions provided by the manufacturer should be followed closely. An employer is responsible for providing safe equipment, but it is the responsibility of the worker to use them safely. Approximately 85% to 95% of all accident and injuries are due to unsafe acts.
Advanced Portable Ladder Safety $17.99/view
  Advanced Portable Ladder Safety - People endure more than 500,000 falls - 300 deaths and an average of 165,000 trips to the emergency room every year! \" Choosing the wrong ladder for the job \" Using an unsafe ladder \" Over reaching \" Standing on or too close to the top rungs \"Ignoring our safety subconscious that reminds us about ladder safety\" Advanced Portable Ladder Safety - People endure more than 500,000 falls - 300 deaths and an average of 165,000 trips to the emergency room every year! These incidents are usually caused by: \"Choosing the wrong ladder for the job\" \"Using an unsafe ladder\" \"Over reaching\" \"Standing on or too close to the top rungs\" \"Ignoring our safety subconscious that reminds us about ladder safety\"
Aerial Lift Safety $17.99/view
  Aerial Lift Safety - When working with aerial lifts, it's important to know and understand your equipment, the equipment's capabilities and limitations, and the safety basics.
Arc Welding Safety (Construction) $17.99/view
  Arc Welding Safety program is simply a guideline of basic safety measures, designed as safety awareness. When you're working with Arc Welding operations, there are a number of safety procedures to follow. Each company is responsible for developing specific guidelines, policies, and procedures, as a short video training program cannot list all the potential hazards or safety elements. It’s not a complete or comprehensive program.
Battery Charging Safety $17.99/view
  Battery Charging Safety information in this program has been taken from a variety of sources, a variety of manufacturers, and information used by many companies with excellent maintenance practices. Regardless of the type of electric material handling equipment you use such as forklifts, pallet jacks, rider pallet jacks, Walkie-stackers, personnel carts, or others, one thing is assured and that's charging the batteries. In this program we want to emphasize that each equipment and battery manufacturer has its own specific maintenance and operating procedures and these should be followed at all times. Your company has specific rules and procedures and these should be followed. It's a review of the basics of charging batteries, regardless of the type equipment used; however, it's up to each individual to follow your company's rules and procedures when charging batteries.
Bloodborne Pathogens $17.99/view
  (BBP)Bloodborne Pathogens program’s focus on being aware of exposure. Accidents can happen anywhere. We should be prepared to assist in an emergency but take precautions to protect ourselves from potential hazards such as bloodborne pathogens. Persons working in the healthcare field and rescue operations are at risk for being exposed to these hazards. Wearing personal protective equipment will reduce these hazards.
Bucket Truck Safety $17.99/view
  Bucket Truck Safety Bucket program focuses on safe operation of the bucket truck. The Bucket Truck is also known as aerial lift trucks have been used in just about every industry for many years. Not only are they effective, but they are also highly flexible in the numerous jobs they can safely perform. As useful as this equipment is, each type can contain its own inherent risks and hazards. The most common are falls and electrocution. Serious injuries and deaths have occurred in construction, mining, tree trimming, public works, and fire fighting to name a few.
Chains, Cranes, Hoist, and Slings (Machinery) $17.99/view
  Chains, Cranes, Hoist, and Slings program illustrates the proper use and maintenance of cranes and lifting devices with emphasis on safety. Safety around hoisting equipment is extremely important because one little mistake can be disastrous. Damaged or worn out parts also make your equipment unsafe to use. Daily inspection of equipment is necessary. If the equipment is unsafe, don’t use it.
Chainsaw Safety $17.99/view
  Chain Saw Safety program includes safety tips and hazards of this equipment. Of all the tools found in the home and industry, the chain saw ranks as the most dangerous. Chain saws can do a lot of damage if you don't follow the rules. Always follow the procedures and guidelines established by your organization in the safe operation of chain saws. The manufacturer also provides safety and operating instructions on all equipment. This program can't list all the required safety procedures or the hazards to which you're exposed when operating the equipment. We would like to make you more aware of some basic operating procedures and techniques to help you be an accident free chain saw operator.
Chemical Protection Clothing $17.99/view
  Chemical Protection Clothing program covers various types of Personal Protective Equipment (PPE). The adverse effects chemical substances may have on the human body necessitate the use of protective clothing. The predominant physical, chemical, or toxic property of the material dictates the type and degree of protection required.
Chemical Safety $17.99/view
  Chemical Safety - This program is designed to help you understand more about chemicals and chemical safety. It's important to be informed and aware of chemicals and chemical safety. The first and most important step is to stop and read the label.
Combustible Dust Can Explode $17.99/view
  Combustible Dust Can Explode program reviews the NFPA standards for combustible dust, problems and solutions. Pneumatic conveying equipment and dust controlled exhaust systems that transport combustible particulate solids need to be protected from fire and dust explosions. Combustible particulate solids that have settled onto surfaces such as floors, platforms, suspended ceilings and building structural members as well as inside pipes and ducts can burn if exposed to a source of ignition. If combustible particulate solids are thrown into the workplace air during cleaning or by excessive drafts in the plant, the resulting combustible dust can present a fire or deflagration hazard if exposed to an ignition source. Most fire found in daily life, from flames to explosions, is technically deflagration. When compressed air is mixed with dust, then you have additional fire and explosion hazards.
Competent Person - Trenching and Shoring $17.99/view
  Competent Person - Trenching and Shoring program focuses on the safety training of the competent person. It occurs year after year, workers needlessly dying in trench cave-ins. The tragedy lies with the fact that these workers should have never have been in a situation in which their lives were on the line. Based on National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health statistics, an average of 60 workers die in cave-ins annually. According to NIOSH, these deaths are entirely preventable.
Construction Series - Backhoe/Loader Operations $17.99/view
  Backhoe/Loader Operations program covers the maintenance and operation of a backhoe with emphasis on safety. Backhoes are one of the most common types of construction equipment found today, as their versatility and maneuverability makes the backhoe the equipment of choice for most construction jobs. Backhoe operators are skilled professionals, responsible for an expensive piece of equipment, as well as the safety of those working on the project.
Construction Series - Supervisor Safety Responsibilities $17.99/view
  Training supervisors is of critical importance and has a significant role in reducing injury rates and costs. This program addresses supervisor responsibilities, legal liabilities and ways to improve the supervisor's safety performance on the job.
Dump Truck Safety $17.99/view
  Dump Truck Safety program covers driving skill, inspections, properly maintain dump truck and safety awareness. The dump truck; it seems that they are everywhere and with good reason. Of all the vehicles found on construction, maintenance, and public works, the dump truck is without question the most versatile. In addition to the all familiar carrying, dumping, and spreading of loads, this highly versatile equipment can be outfitted with a wide array of attachments to make it, without question, the workhorse of the job site.
Eye Protection $17.99/view
  Eye Protection - Natural defenses protect the eyes from minor injuries, but they are not sufficient to protect our eyes from heavy exposures that exist in industry today. Normal street glasses are not eye protection. Industrial safety glasses are special glasses that can withstand a certain impact without shattering. There's a standard all opticians use when creating industrial safety glasses.
Electrical Safety (short version) $17.99/view
  Electrical Safety program deals with the various types of electrical hazards. Electricity is essential to modern life, both at home and on the job. As a source of power, electricity is accepted without much thought to the hazards encountered. Perhaps because it has become such a familiar part of our surroundings, it often is not treated with the respect it deserves. To handle electricity safely, you need to understand how electricity acts, how it can be approached and the hazards it presents. You also need to know how these hazards can be controlled. Learn as much as you can and use this program as the beginning, not the end of your training in electrical safety.
Field Operations Safety For Public Works and Construction $17.99/view
  Field Operations Safety for Public Works and Construction program will cover a number of areas of concern where extra caution to prevent accidents and injuries are important. As public employees and contractors working for public agencies, we perform many jobs that generally go unnoticed, but are a great benefit to the public by virtue of a safe and reliable water supply, well maintained roadways, and other portions of the public infrastructure.
Flagger Safety (Public Agency) $17.99/view
  Flagger Safety - The Manual of Traffic Controls for Construction and Maintenance Work Zones is the basic standard that provides guidance for flagger conduct, skill, and the science they use. This program can only provide basic guidelines and information, so it’s important for you to closely follow your company’s policies and procedures. As a flagger, you must remember that your job is the most important one on the crew as the lives of all individuals in the work space depend upon you and your decisions.
Flammable Liquids Safety $17.99/view
  Flammable Liquids Safety program talks about chemicals and other hazardous materials. It is critical to understand the basic technical, terminology of chemicals in order to understand the potential hazards associated with such materials. It is important to know the different signs and warning labels on flammable liquids and the harm they may cause. This program addresses the terminology used with flammable liquids with an emphasis on safety.
Front End Loader Safety (Public Agency) $17.99/view
  Front-End Loader Safety program will concentrate on the basic safe operations for the standard front-end loader. As an operator, you are a skilled professional who is responsible for an expensive piece of equipment, as well as the safety of those around you. You should not operate the front-end loader unless you have been fully trained and authorized by your organization.
Ground Fault Circuit Interrupter $17.99/view
  Ground Fault Circuit Interrupter program focuses on the safe use of GFCIs. Insulation and grounding are two recognized means of preventing injury during electrical equipment operation. The metal housing or enclosure around a motor or the metal box in which the electrical switches, circuit breakers, and controls are placed protect the equipment from dirt and moisture and prevent accidental contact with exposed wiring. However, a hazard associated with housings and enclosures. A malfunction within the equipment such as deteriorated insulation may create an electrical shock hazard. The use of a Ground Fault Circuit Interrupter (GFCI) is one method used to overcome grounding and insulation deficiencies.
Hand and Wrist Injuries $17.99/view
  Hand And Wrist Injuries - This program is designed to show you what you can do to prevent injury and what to do just in case an accident occurs. Now before we go any further, it's important to take a quick look at the structure of your hand and wrist. This will help you to understand the types of injuries we'll discuss later. All together there are 27 different bones in your hand and wrist. The bones are surrounded and tied together by muscles, ligaments, and tendons. Ligaments are strong, fibrous bands of tissue that serve to stabilize joints and prevent damage by limiting side movements of joints. Tendons permit flexibility. When a muscle contracts, the tendons lift or curl the fingers. All of these working together enable your hand to perform some remarkable things, including grasping and the ability to pick up small objects with your thumb and index finger.
Hand Injuries - The Gory Story $17.99/view
  Hand Injuries - The Gory Story - The leading causes of hand injuries include hand contact with objects and equipment, but it doesn't make much difference how your hand is injured, because the result is the same; trauma, pain, misery, and severe damage to your life-style. Normally, hand injuries are caused by either physical trauma or chemical contact. Injuries range from cuts, blisters, abrasions, lacerations, burns, punctures and fractures to amputations, chemical skin exposure and impact from falling parts. You can also include electrical shock in the hand injury category. Also, include cold temperature skin damage and frostbite. Dog bite injuries are also part of the hand injury category.
Handling and Using Flammable Liquids $17.99/view
  Handling and Using Flammable Liquids program addresses the terminology used with flammable liquids.
Handling Compressed Gas Safely (Machinery) $17.99/view
  Handling Compressed Gas Safely program focuses on the safe procedures in handling of compressed gas cylinders. There are almost 200 different types of gases contained in gas cylinders. Some examples include atmospheric gases, fuels, refrigerant gases, lab gases, flammable and poison gases to name a few. It's important for your organization to develop, implement, and communicate a compressed gas safety plan to employees. Your safety plan should be designed to create safety awareness of the hazards of working with compressed gas cylinders. The plan should also clearly communicate the organization's desire to comply with all the pertinent safety standards and regulations. An important part of any safety program is to ensure compliance with the rules.
Hazard Assessment for PPE $17.99/view
  Hazard Assessment for PPE program meets two special requirements. It provides the fundamental basics of developing required Hazard Assessments for almost all risks and provides in department training on Hazard Analysis for PPE. Currently, safety standards require that a hazard assessment be provide for risks and exposures in the workplace and specifically for Personal Protective Equipment. A hazard analysis is a process used to assess risk. The results of a hazard analysis are the identification of unacceptable risks and the selection means of controlling or eliminating them. In the safety environment, we use the term “hazard assessment” to identify risks as it is applied to personal protective equipment. This program reviews the basics of Hazard Assessment for Personal Protective Equipment (PPE).
Hazardous Materials and Flammables $17.99/view
  Defines hazardous materials and flammables, fire triangle, UEL, LEL, flash points, fire protection and other information necessary for safety when working with these materials.
Health and Safety Factors In Welding Operations (Construction) $17.99/view
  Health and Safety Factors in Welding Operations program talks about the general safety and health hazard associated with welding and cutting and examine hazards and controls specific to toxic fuel gas welding, cutting, and arc welding. Whenever possible, the focus will be on relevant standards. The hazards associated with welding and cutting arise from toxic gases and fumes, radiation, electrical circuits, and flammable and combustible materials.
Hearing Conservation (PPE) $17.99/view
  Hearing Conservation is protection from noise that can damage your hearing permanently. That's why it's important to protect your hearing at work, home, and everywhere else. Awareness of the hazard is the first step toward preventing an injury and an injury to your hearing is serious business. This program will focus on protecting your hearing in the workplace and outside the workplace.
Heat Stress Prevention and Awareness (Construction) $17.99/view
  Heat Stress Prevention and Awareness - Every year, too many workers are hospitalized or die from heat-related illness. There have been reports of amateur and professional athletes who have died by the effects of heat illness. Employees working in hot environments can also suffer from heat illness.
High Voltage Electrical Safety $17.99/view
  High Voltage Electrical Safety program covers electrical protective devices and working with electrical hazards. Provides a thorough look at issues associated with electrical safety. Good training for all types of workers, contractors, and electricians. Electrical accidents result in more deaths than any other type of accident except traffic and falls. About 10% of recordable occupational injuries involve electrical shock or malfunction. The severity of a shock a person receives depends on the amount of current drawn, whether it is AC or DC, duration of contact and path through the body.
Hot Work Permits $17.99/view
  Hot Work Permits - The use of a Hot Work Permit system as a primary means of preventing fires due to non-routine open flame and high temperature processes. Hot Work is any work using open flames or sources of heat that could ignite materials in the work area. Some of the examples of hot work are welding, burning, brazing, propane soldering, oxyacetylene cutting and grinding ferrous metals.
Housekeeping On The Job Site - Construction $17.99/view
  Housekeeping on the Job Site program will focus on the employee’s responsibility for a safe work environment. It is 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 this safety program.
Hydro-Vacuum Truck Safety $17.99/view
  Hydro-Vacuum Truck Safety program covers potential hazards, awareness and training, operator responsibility, utility excavation, personal protective equipment. The vacuum or hydro-vacuum truck - no other modern piece of equipment has developed. In addition, there are a number of other ways to be injured while working around this equipment.
Lead In The Workplace $17.99/view
  Lead in the Workplace is an old occupational health hazard which can stay in your body for years and can cause serious health effects that may not be treatable. Over-exposure to lead is a major problem among workers in many industries. Lead can be in the air in your home. It can be in lead-based paint, in some types of dishes and china and in drinking water. This program focuses on lead exposure with an emphasis on safety.
Lifting Safely In Construction $17.99/view
  Lifting Safely in Construction program explains how the back works so you will have enough information to make the right choices. According to the National Safety Council and medical research, 20% of backaches are attributed to inflammation such as arthritis, 10% are due to actual back injuries and other miscellaneous causes, and 70% result from degeneration of spinal discs.
Material Handling $17.99/view
  Material Handling program focuses on the proper procedures and safety when handling materials. The efficient handling and storing of materials is vital to the construction industry as these operations provide a continuous flow of raw materials, parts, and assemblies through the workplace and ensure that materials are available when needed. Workers frequently cite the weight and bulkiness of objects being lifted as major contributing factors to their injuries. The second factor frequently cited was body movement. Bending, followed by twisting and turning were the more commonly cited movements that caused back injuries or back pain.
New OSHA Safety Regulations For Cranes and Derricks In Construction $17.99/view
  New OSHA Safety Regulations for Cranes & Derricks program will elaborate on the new standards and the employers’ responsibilities. 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.
Operating A Telehandler Safely $17.99/view
  Operating a Telehandler Safely program deals with the safe operation of a telehandler. The steering on the telehandler allows the operator to choose between front-wheel steering, four-wheel turn steering or sideways steering. All of these features, in addition to being a four-wheel drive machine, make the telehandler extremely versatile. The telehandler can lift up to 10,000 pounds and extend outwards 30 to 40 feet. They can tilt the load lift or right to balance the load equally or to align the load to where they can precisely set down or dump the load. The telehandler operator must be competent in all phases of understanding the machine. The operator must have good eyesight including depth perception and an understanding of hand signals. Some of the capabilities of the crane operator apply to the telehandler.
Overhead Pendant Hoist Safety $17.99/view
  Overhead Pendant Hoist Safety - Many organizations make use of overhead or also known as pendant hoists. This versatile equipment is typically used to safely maneuver heavy loads around shops, treatment plants, pump stations, and other locations. For the purpose of this video, we will be focusing on overhead rail mounted hoists. Of these types of hoists, some of the most common operating systems are electric, pneumatic, and hand operated chain hoists.
Oxygen Acetylene Welding And Cutting Safety $17.99/view
  Oxygen-Acetylene Welding Safety training video program is designed to review basic safety procedures for those experienced oxygen/acetylene welders, who already know how to operate the equipment. A refresher course is a great idea to reinforce safety procedures.
Personal Protective Equipment (Construction) $17.99/view
  Personal Protective Equipment - Safety glasses, face shields, ear plugs, steel toed shoes, gloves, hard hats, respirators; they are called PPE for personal protective equipment.
Portable Generator Hazards and How To Avoid Them (Public Agency) $17.99/view
  Portable Generator Hazards and How to Avoid Them program focuses on working safely with these generators. Portable generators are useful when temporary or remote electric power is needed, but they also can be hazardous. The primary hazards to avoid when using a generator are carbon monoxide, CO poisoning, from the toxic engine exhaust, electric shock or electrocution, fire, and burns. Every year, people die in incidents related to portable generator use. Most of the incidents associated with portable generators reported to the Consumer Product Safety Commission involve CO poisoning from generators that are used indoors or in partially-enclosed spaces.
Powder Actuated Tools $17.99/view
  Powder Actuated Tools program focuses on the safe handling, storing and use of this tool. In the construction industry, there are a variety of requirements where fasteners are used on semi-hard or rigid surfaces. One of the most effective methods of securing fasteners to these materials is through the use of a powder actuated tool. Only those powder actuated tools that meet the design requirements of ANSI A10.3-1977or local state approval codes may be used. The qualifications for becoming an operator depend upon current safety standards and each individual employer.
Power Saw Safety (Schools) $17.99/view
  Power Saw Safety - No one can deny that powered saw equipment is marvelous machinery. It saves time, effort, and allows materials to be cut and process precisely in a fraction of the time than manual saws. Powered saws are also some of the most dangerous pieces of equipment used in any industry. In a split second, a power saw can change your life forever. That’s why it’s important that you recognize and respect the power and destructive capabilities of the equipment you work with. The goal of this program is not to scare you.
PPE – It Is Not Your Call $17.99/view
  PPE - It's Not Your Call - Safety glasses, face shields, ear plugs, steel toed shoes, gloves, hard hats, respirators, they are called PPE for personal protective equipment. Your company has the responsibility to identify what PPE can best protect you from hazard and risks associated with your facility and your specific job duties and responsibility.
Preventing Electrocution (Construction) $17.99/view
  Electricity is an integral part of today’s modern world and sometimes it is easy to forget just how dangerous it can be. The National Safety Council estimates 600 people die every year in the U.S. of electrical causes. Most of the accidents involve low voltage (600 volts or less) which could have been easily prevented. This safety video is designed to help inform you how you can prevent electrocution.
Preventing Injury Incidents $17.99/view
  Preventing Injury Incidents program will focus on understanding unsafe acts and how they contribute to accidents. The Insurance Industry, Governmental agencies and the National Safety Council have analyzed employee accident investigations over the years and have determined that the overwhelming cause of most industrial accidents and injuries can be attributed to the unsafe acts of employees. Based upon statistics, 85% to 98% of all accidents are caused in whole or in part by the unsafe acts of employees.
Respirators - How To Use Them $17.99/view
  Respirators - How To Use Them - Respiratory protection and self-contained breathing apparatus are used to protect us from harmful gases, fumes, vapors and chemicals, as well as where the air doesn't contain enough oxygen to support life. You need information and training on this type of equipment and the hazards involved before you attempt to use respiratory protection. Your organization will provide specific training, but this program is designed to give you some information about personal protection under adverse or hazardous conditions.
Safe Operation of Cranes and Hoists (Machinery) $17.99/view
  Safe Operation of Cranes and Hoists program emphasizes the safety procedures when operating cranes and hoists. Crane and hoist operators are responsible for operating hoisting equipment safely and conducting functional tests of the equipment prior to using the equipment. Operators are responsible for selecting and using rigging equipment appropriately. Crane and hoist operators may be required to complete daily operational checklists to verify their equipment is in good operating condition.
Safety Orientation For Public Agency Employees $17.99/view
  Safety Orientation for Public Agency Employees program covers employee training, risks and hazards of the job as well as working safely with equipment. As employees working to serve the public in many capacities we have commitments to the organization, ourselves, and families to work safely. Unlike some occupations you have the risk of exposure to numerous potential sources of injuries and health hazards. Some examples can include but not be limited to working in traffic, working with and around large construction equipment, trenching and excavation risks, confined space entry, exposure to many potential toxins and chemicals, hand and power tool hazards, electrical hazards, working at heights.
Scaffolding Safety For Employees $17.99/view
  Scaffold Safety For Employees - This short training program is designed to review some of the basics of scaffolds and how to properly use this equipment to help make you more aware of safety around scaffolds. Always follow your company rules and regulations when working with or using scaffolds. Any scaffold must be constructed to safely support a weight 4 times the maximum intended load.
Scissor Lift Safety $17.99/view
  Scissor Lift Safety - Between 1993 and 1999, general construction averaged eight scissor lift-related deaths each year. Knowing and following safety procedures could eliminate these accidents and deaths.
Signs and Barricades $17.99/view
  Signs and Barricades program is simply a reminder and review of the different types of signs and signals we use and also proper barricades that help in our accident and injury prevention programs. It is important to understand that in the construction industry, barricades, signs and signaling are things that help prevent accidents and injuries.
Skid Steer Safety $17.99/view
  Skid Steer Safety program topics include skid steer hazards, skid steer awareness, enter and exiting the equipment, inspection and maintenance, training, safe skid steer driving. This equipment has become the number one workhorse for public works and construction. With attachments such as trenchers, plows, grapples, buckets and hoes, hydraulic breakers and sweepers, and more, their versatility is limitless. The best part of a skid steer is that they are exciting to operate.
Slips and Falls In Construction $17.99/view
  Slips and Falls program explains the causes and prevention of the hazards of slips, trips and falls. The potential for slipping, tripping, and falls is everywhere; at home, on the job, and during recreation. It appears that slips and falls are just a fact of life and nothing can be done about them. Well, that's just not true and that's what this program's all about; preventing slips, trips, and falls on construction sites.
Storm Water Runoff Responsibilities $17.99/view
  Storm Water Runoff Responsibilities program will discuss wet weather discharges or storm water runoff. Water is peaceful, clean, and is the earth's lifeline. It's a wonderful sight, but is it really as clean as it looks? Most of us don't think about water because it's everywhere. It's what we drink and use in millions of different ways, from manufacturing to recreation. We'll discuss a range of information, all related to what each person and organization can do to help reduce the harmful effects of storm water runoff. Runoff is a major concern to our global environment, people, animals, and ECO systems.
Subcontractor Safety Orientation $17.99/view
  Subcontractor Safety Orientation - Each company or contractor has the responsibility to make sure all employees follow safety and health rules and any specific or special rules of the job site.
The Competent Person and Soil Classification $17.99/view
  The Competent Person and Soil Classification program focuses on competent person and soil testing. If you have been around construction or public works for any length of time, you know that working around trenches can be dangerous. A person buried under only a couple of feet of soil can experience enough pressure to the chest to prevent the lungs from expanding causing suffocation. Heavier soil and boulders can crush us in an instant. Of course we must remember that the average cave-in can drop five yards or soil or more. That's 13,500 pounds of dirt! How quickly can your co-workers dig through five or more yards of dirt to find you? Survival is unlikely.
The New Lockout/Tagout Program $17.99/view
  Hazardous Energy Source "Lockout/Tagout" - Control of hazardous energy sources is a requirement that organizations must implement for the safety of all employees. This program is designed to explain the basic procedures, some terminology used in the procedures, and general requirements. Before this requirement was released in September of 1989, organizations used the lockout and tagout procedures to protect employees from machinery and equipment hazards during maintenance and repair. Control of hazardous energy sources is the new concept with new requirements for the previous lockout/tagout program.
Trenching & Shoring Safety Basics For Field Personnel $17.99/view
  This training program has been developed specifically for those persons actually working in or around trenches, excavations. An excellent refresher course for anyone in this category. Basic information stresses trenching safety, equipment, different types of soils, The competent person job responsibilities. Discusses pre-planning, how heavy soil is, cave-ins and other day to day risks and hazards.
Working With Benzene $17.99/view
  Working with Benzene program explains the various measurements of contaminants and the hazards of Benzene with emphasis on safety. Before we discuss chemicals and hazardous materials, it's important to understand some basic terms. You may or may not be familiar with these terms, but if you handle, use, store, or dispose of chemicals and hazardous materials, it's very important to understand the terminology. The health effects of any toxic substance are related to the amount of exposure, also known as ”dose.” The greater the dose the more severe the effects. Some chemicals can cause toxicity at very low doses. Parts per million (PPM) is a familiar term to anyone working with chemicals and toxic materials. It is important to understand how very small amounts of toxicity are measured.
Working Safely With Compressed Air (Machinery) $17.99/view
  Working Safely with Compressed Air benefits of working with compressed air are considerable. There are a wide spectrum of tools and equipment operated by compressed air. Though safer than electric tools in one sense, compressed air and the equipment powered by compressed air can pose a whole new set of hazards and safety considerations. Management must ensure that all components of compressed air systems comply with safety regulations and are inspected regularly by qualified employees. Supervisors have a key role in safety ensuring that only trained employees are permitted to operate any equipment associated with compressed air and those employees are provided with and wear the appropriate personal protective equipment for their job.
Work Zone Safety $17.99/view
  Work Zone Safety program covers traffic control – signage, barricades and cones. Work zone traffic control is an important part of any well-planned construction or maintenance project. Traffic control is essential to protect both the public from the hazards associated with the project and the employees on the work project from the traffic. Standards and worksite protection must be provided when needed.
WHMIS Right To Know $17.99/view
  WHMIS Right to Know course is designed for workers who have to handle hazardous products in the workplace. The Workplace Hazardous Material Information System, or WHMIS, is a Canada-wide legal framework that applies to suppliers, employers, and workers so they can identify and safely manage hazardous materials in the workplace. Legislated by federal, provincial, and territorial jurisdictions, it is founded on the workers' fundamental "Right to Know" about materials they are using. Under WHMIS, employers and suppliers must provide information regarding the hazardous materials in 3 main ways which are have container labels for all hazardous materials in the workplace, provide Material Safety Data Sheets, or MSDS, to workers so they have information about hazards and precautions or hazardous materials used in the workplace, provide worker education programs.
Truck Mounted Articulating Knuckle Boom Cranes $17.99/view
  Truck Mounted Articulating Knuckle Boom Cranes program will focus on equipment inspection, crane safety check, and crane operation and use. The truck mounted articulating knuckle boom crane is the most versatile lifting equipment in any fleet. They are used to handle, deliver, and pick up a variety of loads including, steel road plate, shoring, trench boxes, boats, vehicles, logs, iron, K rail, and much more. Safety is of utmost priority when working with a crane. Poorly trained operators have been at the root of far too many crane accidents industry wide.
NFPA 70E Electrical Safety – Arc Flash Safety For Employees $17.99/view
  NFPA 70E Electrical Safety - Arc Flash Safety For Employees - Although arc hazards have existed since we first started using electricity, increasing deaths, injuries, and property loss from arcing faults have led to increased study into the causes, effects, and methods of protection. New electrical standards, most notably the National Fire Protection Association or NFPA 70E, are the principle regulations to establish minimum requirements for improving electrical safety. OSHA has adopted these regulations and they apply to every worker that may approach or be exposed to electrical energy. Let's review arc flashes.
Forklift eLearning $17.99/view
 
 
 
 

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