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Item Type: 
Newsletter

Arizona LTAP Electronic Newsletter - Spring 2017

Category: 
Miscellaneous
Item Type: 
Video
Source: 
Coastal
Available Formats: 
VHS

Never be in the dark about safety. Show your employees these illuminating guidelines on electrical circuits, proper grounding procedures and lockout/tagout methods to control electrical flow.

Category: 
Worker/Workplace Safety
Minutes: 
11 minutes
Item Type: 
Video
Available Formats: 
DVD

Eight out of ten Americans will seek medical attention for a back problem sometime in their lives. That's an alarming statistic. Help your employee's avoid back injuries to maximize efficiency and put an end to these injuries. Give them reliable techniques for back safety.

Category: 
Worker/Workplace Safety
Item Type: 
Video
Source: 
Coastal
Available Formats: 
DVD

The machines and equipment found in most industrial settings can involve hazards and sometimes that means exposure to blood. Help protect your employees from the dangers of bloodborne pathogens with the information in this program. Bloodborne pathogens can kill but with the help of this program, your workers will get the tips and training needed to guard themselves from such deadly organisms.

  • The Exposure Control Plan
  • Standard Precautions
  • Recordkeeping requirements
Category: 
Worker/Workplace Safety
Minutes: 
14 minutes
Item Type: 
Video
Source: 
Coastal
Available Formats: 
VHS

This informative program covering the basics of bloodborne pathogens precautions is ideal for workers who are on the scene at accidents.

Category: 
Worker/Workplace Safety
Minutes: 
15 minutes
Item Type: 
Video
Source: 
Coastal
Available Formats: 
VHS

Blueprint Reading for Welders: Basic Blueprint Reading - Lines, Views & Dimensions is part one of the Blueprint Reading for Welders three-part training series.

In order for the welder to use blueprints effectively, he or she must be able to interpret them correctly. This involves properly reading the conventions used on the prints and understanding how the prints represent the finished assembly. This course introduces students to the basic lines, views, and dimensions that are used in blueprints.

Course objectives include:

Category: 
Infrastructure Management
Minutes: 
14 minutes
Item Type: 
Video
Source: 
Coastal
Available Formats: 
VHS

Blueprint Reading for Welders: General Welding Symbols, Part I is part two of the Blueprint Reading for Welders three-part training series.

When specific requirements exist for welds, symbols are used to identify the specifications. This course introduces students to the general welding symbols used on blueprints.

Course objectives include:

  • Identify the parts of a base weld symbol
  • Identify the types of welds and their symbols
  • Describe a weld shape and finish from a blueprint.
Category: 
Infrastructure Management
Minutes: 
14 minutes
Item Type: 
Video
Source: 
Coastal
Available Formats: 
VHS

Blueprint Reading for Welders: General Welding Symbols, Part II is part three of the Blueprint Reading for Welders three-part training series.

This course will extend students' knowledge about welding symbols and specifications that appear on blueprints.

Course objectives include:

  • Identify the components of weld symbols
  • Match a blueprint with welding symbols to the work piece it represents.
Category: 
Infrastructure Management
Minutes: 
15 minutes
Item Type: 
Video
Source: 
Costal
Available Formats: 
DVD

Bucket trucks make working at high elevations easier but if they are not operated safely, major accidents can occur. Use this vital program to keep your bucket truck operators safe.

  • Operator training
  • Pre-start inspection
  • PPE
  • Electricity
Category: 
Worker/Workplace Safety
Minutes: 
15 minutes
Item Type: 
Video
Source: 
NAPA- (National Asphalt Pavement Association)
Available Formats: 
DVD

A construction technique that both improves the performance of a road and relieves paving crews from a difficult task is a pretty rare find. The notched wedge joint is just such a find. Research performed in several states by members of the National Asphalt Pavement Association (NAPA) in cooperation with the National Center for Asphalt Technology shows that the notched wedge joint ensures excellent performance by increasing density along the joint. An added advantage is that when the notched wedge joint is used, there is no lane drop off.

Category: 
Infrastructure Management

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