Back Injury Prevention $17.99/view
  Back Injury Prevention - 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.
Forklift Operator Training $17.99/view
  Forklift Operator Training - As you can see, forklifts are not toys. When used safely, they save you time and make your job much easier. This program is simply a review of safe operating rules.
Forklift Instructor Training $17.99/view
  Forklift Instructor Training program focuses on basic principles which are necessary part of forklift training operations. - Perhaps one of the most important, yet misunderstood part of any forklift training program is the engineering principles. Unless you have this knowledge, it's difficult to understand some of the safety rules relating to forklift operations and certainly detracts from your ability to make good judgments when lifting odd sized and difficult loads.
Forklifts and Pedestrian Safety $17.99/view
  Forklifts And Pedestrian Safety - More injuries are experienced by pedestrians or persons not operating equipment than actual forklift operators. Let’s quickly review some safety tips you can use to help prevent forklift injuries. The first tip is the most important, forklift operators are prohibited from carrying passengers on the forklift. Absolutely, no riders! It’s okay to lift people on forklifts if you follow the rules: The platform must have guardrails and a 7-foot high guard protecting the rider from the lifting mast, chains, and mechanisms The platform must be secured to the vehicle to prevent it from falling off An operator must remain at the controls while a person is being lifted When traveling, the forks must be kept low about 4" to 6" off the floor Topics included in this safety video are: safety hazards and driver maintenance.
People and Equipment $17.99/view
  People and Equipment program discusses some basic rules that apply to both equipment operators and warehouse personnel. Basically, forklift operator rules generally call for pedestrians to have the right-of-way but forklift operators don't always see pedestrians until it's too late. Stay alert and pay attention to the sounds around you.
Electric Pallet Jack $17.99/view
  Electric Pallet Jack program provides basic safety tips and maintenance procedures. - A very important piece of equipment in the warehouse and material-handling areas is the electric pallet jack. It's an economical and versatile unit, designed to move stacks of materials from one place to another safely and without injury or product damage. Because it's easy to use and provides such durable service, it's natural to take them for granted, but they're basic safety rules and operating procedures required when using this type of equipment.
Walkie Stacker Safety $17.99/view
  Walkie Stacker Safety program covers the safe operation of the walkie stacker. A Walkie-stacker is different than any other type of equipment you use, particularly the way it handles and its center of gravity. In many ways it works like a forklift, but in some ways it's totally different in its operation. Extreme caution must be taken when using a walkie stacker. It’s important to know the controls, levers, maintenance and load carrying capacities. The walkie stacker handles differently from other equipment due to its center of gravity. The Walkie-stacker model forklift is designed for a person to operate the truck while walking, not riding the equipment. Unlike the rider forklifts or counterbalanced equipment that is designed for heavier loads, the Walkie-stackers are designed for less demanding loads and shorter travel distances.
Lifting Safely With Back Belts $17.99/view
  Lifting Safely with Back Belts looks at how the back works and how wearing back belts can provide support. The vast majority of back injuries are preventable; however, many back problems are not the result of injury, but are the result of degeneration of the discs. Aging of the spinal disc material causes the most trouble and can cause extreme pain. Over the years discs become worn and damaged.
Material Handling Order Selector $17.99/view
  Material Handling Order Selector program discusses the basics of operating the order stacker in a safe manner. There is a variety of material handling order selector equipment in use today. The same principles apply generally to all types of order selector equipment, but each person who is trained and authorized to operate this equipment must always follow the equipment manufacturer's operating and safety instructions. Your organization may have additional safety rules and procedures, which you must also follow for proper operating guidelines.
Prevent Musculoskeletal Disorders - Skill Sets For Standing $17.99/view
  Prevent Musculoskeletal Disorders – Skill Sets For Safer Lifting program is to help you recognize what makes a lift more demanding and how you can make a less demanding choice. Reducing back injuries related to lifting is not about getting everyone to lift the same way; it’s about getting everyone to lift in a less demanding way. Reducing your risk of injury when lifting is about doing each lift better in a way that minimizes the demands on your back. Your back isn’t designed to tell you it is wearing out, or when you are performing a lift in a way that is hard on your back. Really good lifting happens when you use your body as close as possible to the way it is designed. Much of the demands of a lift are generated by the position of your upper body while you’re lifting.
System Lifting 2000 - Back Injury Prevention (short version) $17.99/view
  System Lifting 2000 – Back Injury Prevention program will provide an approach to reducing exposure to back injury in the workplace. Few safe lifting training programs actually reduce back injuries. Each individual is absolutely the most important ingredient of any safe lifting program. Back injuries cause 25% of workplace accidents generating $80 to $100 billion a year in losses.
Warehouse and Distribution Center Safety $17.99/view
  Warehouse and Distribution Center Safety program will help you to be more aware of your responsibilities and improve safety in your distribution center. Safety retail distribution centers are the nerve centers of retail corporations. Thousands of merchandise items are received and shipped daily. The environment is work intensive. Efficiency and accuracy are critical. There is always a lot of work going on in a retail distribution center and it's a job for professionals. We'll review some safety tips to help you improve safety awareness. Your company safety policies and procedures are the formal rules for you to follow.

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