Equipment and Tool Safety


Course Name AMOUNT TO BUY
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 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\"
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.
Lockout/Tagout - Hazardous Energy Source $17.99/view
  Lockout/Tagout - Hazardous Energy Source - 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. Control of hazardous energy sources is the new concept with new requirements for the previous lockout/tagout program.
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.
Health and Safety Factors In Welding Operations (Machinery) $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.
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.
Hand and Power Tool Safety $17.99/view
  Hand And Power Tool Safety - Hand and power tools cause thousands of injuries every year. Safety must be exercised every time anyone uses hand and power tools.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
 
 
 

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