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|Hazard Communication: The Road to Safety - WS017
The occupational safety and health standard (OSHA 1900.1200) is intended to address the issue of classifying potential chemical hazards and the communication of information concerning hazards and establishing appropriate protective measures for employees. It is the one of the most commonly violated safety standards, but with Hazard Communication: The Road to Safety can help you maintain and develop safe practices for:
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|Hazard Communication - WS016
This addition to the popular Real, Real-Life series provides important information about safe work practices when working with hazardous chemicals.
|Fire Safety Alert, Aware, Alive - WS015
The Heat is off with this program. Show your employees life-saving information on the different types of fires, how they can be prevented and what should be done in case of a fire. Elements a fire needs to burn. Prevention. Fire extinguishers.
|Fall Protection: The Right Connection - WS014
Make sure your workers' fall arrest gear is secure and well-connected. Link up now with this life-saving program on fall protection use in the general industry.
|Facility Security: The Critical Link - WS013
Facility Security: The Critical Link
Never assume that your facility is safe. In this post 9/11 era, we're painfully aware that a terrorist attack can strike in any form, anytime, anywhere, and you have to understand the possible threats to eliminate them. This program gives important points on facility security and emergency response. Moreover, it explains how human intelligence is the critical link to safety.
|Eye Protection: Why Gamble? - WS012
Don't turn a blind eye to the accidents! Take a look at this award-winning program and see the ways to avoid eye injuries. The program also outlines emergency procedures and complies with OSHA's Eye Protection Standard (1910.133)
|Emergency Evacuation: Getting Out Alive - WS011
In an emergency situation, survival hinges on adequate training, preparation and an emergency action plan. This program explains several emergency situation responses, the importance of drills and the principles of RACE. It prepares your employees to handle any disaster - natural or otherwise and covers:
|Electrical Safety: Beware the Bite! - WS010
An electrical shock is like the bite of a poisonous snake! Take the sting out of the danger now and protect your employees with life-saving information. Sink your teeth into this program that gives the low-down on electrical safety.
|Contractor Safety It's Everybody's Business - WS009
When there are two or more employers on the site, safety can be a challenging issue. But with this program, they can easily team up, keep everyone safe and get the job done right on time. Contractor Safety: It's Everybody's Business alerts all workers to common safety hazards and shows concrete ways to avoid them. It also lays down the requirements for the general contractor, including accepted standards and procedures.
|Combustible Dust Up in a Flash - WS008
Combustible dust is a danger in any workplace that creates or accumulates dust. This life-saving training DVD will show your employees how to control the danger with good housekeeping measures and safe work practices.