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Hazards And Conditions


Course Name AMOUNT TO BUY
Confined Space Entry $17.99/view
  Confined Space Entry - Employees have been entering and working in confined spaces for many years. Most of them return safely, but many do not. Whether you're employed in a factory, chemical plant, public agency, or service organization of a construction firm, the confined space hazards you face are quite similar. Failure to closely follow specific rules, regulations, and Confined Space Safety standards can just about guarantee serious injury or even death. There isn't any room in confined space entry for risk taking. Every job must be approached with a professional attitude and a methodical system designed to prevent situations from escalating into disaster.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
 
 
 

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