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Construction Safety

Construction Safety 7

Scaffold Safety

According to OSHA, about 72% of scaffold accidents were due to one of the following causes: planking or support slipped or gave way, employee slipped or fell when struck by a falling object, and no guardrail installed. This program is designed to review the basics of scaffolds with emphasis on safety procedures. Basic safety rules for scaffolds, operating rules and how to use with out injury. Meets the training requirements for scaffold safety.

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Construction Safety 8

Trenching and Shoring Safety

When working in trenches and excavation, there is no room for risk-taking. The lives of co-workers depend on the skill and knowledge of the competent person. Meets the training requirements for those persons assigned to the job of trenching & shoring. Safety rules, requirements, proper procedures and emergency response are all covered.

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Construction Safety 9

Material Handling Safety

Safe lifting techniques, retrieving items from difficult to get at locations and the importance of back injury prevention are all stressed in this informative video. A back injury can cause a lot of lost time for a worker, and can be expensive for the employer. Make sure your crew knows proper material handling procedures.

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Construction Safety 10

Basic Electrical Safety on the Job Site

There are different types of electricity or electrical energy; low voltage, high voltage, static electricity, alternating current, direct current, and so on. This program is designed to make you more aware of electrical safety. It’s important to understand how electricity works and preventing shocks. Meets the mandatory training requirements for electrical safety, and how to avoid specific electrical hazards. For anyone who is exposed to electricity on the job site.

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Construction Safety 11

Powder Actuated Tools Safety

In the construction industry, there are a variety of requirements where fasteners are used on semi-hard or rigid surfaces. An effective method of securing fasteners to these materials is through the use of a powder actuated tool. Adequate training is a requirement for these tools because they can be dangerous! Explains equipment, safety procedures, types of loads, potential hazards and how to safely operate the equipment.

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Construction Safety 12

Lifting Safely in Construction

Back injury prevention is a major concern in the construction industry. According to the National Safety Council and medical research, 70% of backaches are the result of degeneration of spinal discs. You probably heard the warning bend your knees and lift with your legs. This program will explain how the back works so you will have enough information to make the right choices.

Learn More or Order »
Construction Safety 13

Backhoe and Loader Operations

Backhoes are one of the most common types of construction equipment. Backhoe loaders can dig, scrape, load material, lift and with specialized attachments, perform any required task. The experience of a backhoe operator and their attention to safety are important. This program covers the maintenance and operation of a backhoe with emphasis on safety, and the general safe work practices that must be followed by any backhoe operator.

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Construction Safety 14

Hand and Power Tool Safety

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. This program reviews various power tools and how to handle them in a safe manner. Individual responsibility and proper care and maintenance are also stressed. Meets the general requirements for training in hand and power tool safety.

Learn More or Order »
Construction Safety 15

General Safe Work Practices

This program reviews basic safe work practices. Outlines the basic job responsibilities on the job site such as housekeeping, safe lifting PPE and more. Meets the requirements for training in exposure to “general hazards”. More than just a Safety Orientation this video can be used as a refresher for all personnel.

Learn More or Order »
Construction Safety 16

Permits Safety Training

Does your construction site require permits or hot work permits? If it does proper training should be required for your whole work crew. This video goes into depth on the importance of following the correct procedures to issue and use permits on the job site. Supervisor training is even more important because they will be held legally responsible if these rules are not enforced.

Learn More or Order »
Construction Safety 17

Construction Fall Protection Safety

Personal fall system protection can be a full body harness, lanyard, snap hooks and an anchorage point. Employees must be kept informed of fall protections, OSHA standards, equipment and everything necessary to prevent falls. This program provides information on the various types of fall protection, when and how to use the protective equipment with emphasis on safety.

Learn More or Order »
Construction Safety 18

Signs and Barricades

The flow of big trucks onto and off the construction site is a very important aspect of this business. Many trucks making many visits stresses the importance of an efficient transportation corridor. This video contains an overview of the different types of signs and barricades that are commonly found on construction sites.

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Construction Safety 19

Crane Safety

This program covers the safety requirements for all employees who work on or around cranes. Safety specific issues for the crane operator as well as the workers who flag instructions to the operator and the workers who actually handle the load the crane is holding are all covered. This program will help reinforce the safety issues a crane operator must consider everyday on the job.

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Construction Safety 20

Scissor Lift Safety

Falls from an elevated platform are caused primarily by a worker’s unsafe act such as leaving gate chains unattached, propping the gate open, or climbing up on or leaning over the guardrail system. This program’s topics include scaffolding, causes of scaffolding injuries, basic operations, inspection, and safety checks.

Learn More or Order »
Construction Safety 21

Utility Crew Truck Safety

Utility crew trucks are used in organizations such as utilities, public agencies and construction. The crew truck grew from a Spartan truck for carrying tools. In addition to transporting a crew, the vehicle is equipped with attachments such as lifts and hoists, welding units, compressors, aerial lift devices and towing equipment. There are a variety of models, so it is important to following the manufacturer’s operating manual. This program focuses on the safe operation of this vehicle.

Learn More or Order »
Construction Safety 7

Scaffold Safety

According to OSHA, about 72% of scaffold accidents were due to one of the following causes: planking or support slipped or gave way, employee slipped or fell when struck by a falling object, and no guardrail installed. This program is designed to review the basics of scaffolds with emphasis on safety procedures. Basic safety rules for scaffolds, operating rules and how to use with out injury. Meets the training requirements for scaffold safety.

Learn More or Order »
Construction Safety 8

Trenching and Shoring Safety

When working in trenches and excavation, there is no room for risk-taking. The lives of co-workers depend on the skill and knowledge of the competent person. Meets the training requirements for those persons assigned to the job of trenching & shoring. Safety rules, requirements, proper procedures and emergency response are all covered.

Learn More or Order »
Construction Safety 9

Material Handling Safety

Safe lifting techniques, retrieving items from difficult to get at locations and the importance of back injury prevention are all stressed in this informative video. A back injury can cause a lot of lost time for a worker, and can be expensive for the employer. Make sure your crew knows proper material handling procedures.

Learn More or Order »
Construction Safety 10

Basic Electrical Safety on the Job Site

There are different types of electricity or electrical energy; low voltage, high voltage, static electricity, alternating current, direct current, and so on. This program is designed to make you more aware of electrical safety. It’s important to understand how electricity works and preventing shocks. Meets the mandatory training requirements for electrical safety, and how to avoid specific electrical hazards. For anyone who is exposed to electricity on the job site.

Learn More or Order »
Construction Safety 11

Powder Actuated Tools Safety

In the construction industry, there are a variety of requirements where fasteners are used on semi-hard or rigid surfaces. An effective method of securing fasteners to these materials is through the use of a powder actuated tool. Adequate training is a requirement for these tools because they can be dangerous! Explains equipment, safety procedures, types of loads, potential hazards and how to safely operate the equipment.

Learn More or Order »
Construction Safety 12

Lifting Safely in Construction

Back injury prevention is a major concern in the construction industry. According to the National Safety Council and medical research, 70% of backaches are the result of degeneration of spinal discs. You probably heard the warning bend your knees and lift with your legs. This program will explain how the back works so you will have enough information to make the right choices.

Learn More or Order »
Construction Safety 13

Backhoe and Loader Operations

Backhoes are one of the most common types of construction equipment. Backhoe loaders can dig, scrape, load material, lift and with specialized attachments, perform any required task. The experience of a backhoe operator and their attention to safety are important. This program covers the maintenance and operation of a backhoe with emphasis on safety, and the general safe work practices that must be followed by any backhoe operator.

Learn More or Order »
Construction Safety 14

Hand and Power Tool Safety

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. This program reviews various power tools and how to handle them in a safe manner. Individual responsibility and proper care and maintenance are also stressed. Meets the general requirements for training in hand and power tool safety.

Learn More or Order »
Construction Safety 15

General Safe Work Practices

This program reviews basic safe work practices. Outlines the basic job responsibilities on the job site such as housekeeping, safe lifting PPE and more. Meets the requirements for training in exposure to “general hazards”. More than just a Safety Orientation this video can be used as a refresher for all personnel.

Learn More or Order »
Construction Safety 16

Permits Safety Training

Does your construction site require permits or hot work permits? If it does proper training should be required for your whole work crew. This video goes into depth on the importance of following the correct procedures to issue and use permits on the job site. Supervisor training is even more important because they will be held legally responsible if these rules are not enforced.

Learn More or Order »
Construction Safety 17

Construction Fall Protection Safety

Personal fall system protection can be a full body harness, lanyard, snap hooks and an anchorage point. Employees must be kept informed of fall protections, OSHA standards, equipment and everything necessary to prevent falls. This program provides information on the various types of fall protection, when and how to use the protective equipment with emphasis on safety.

Learn More or Order »
Construction Safety 18

Signs and Barricades

The flow of big trucks onto and off the construction site is a very important aspect of this business. Many trucks making many visits stresses the importance of an efficient transportation corridor. This video contains an overview of the different types of signs and barricades that are commonly found on construction sites.

Learn More or Order »
Construction Safety 19

Crane Safety

This program covers the safety requirements for all employees who work on or around cranes. Safety specific issues for the crane operator as well as the workers who flag instructions to the operator and the workers who actually handle the load the crane is holding are all covered. This program will help reinforce the safety issues a crane operator must consider everyday on the job.

Learn More or Order »
Construction Safety 20

Scissor Lift Safety

Falls from an elevated platform are caused primarily by a worker’s unsafe act such as leaving gate chains unattached, propping the gate open, or climbing up on or leaning over the guardrail system. This program’s topics include scaffolding, causes of scaffolding injuries, basic operations, inspection, and safety checks.

Learn More or Order »
Construction Safety 21

Utility Crew Truck Safety

Utility crew trucks are used in organizations such as utilities, public agencies and construction. The crew truck grew from a Spartan truck for carrying tools. In addition to transporting a crew, the vehicle is equipped with attachments such as lifts and hoists, welding units, compressors, aerial lift devices and towing equipment. There are a variety of models, so it is important to following the manufacturer’s operating manual. This program focuses on the safe operation of this vehicle.

Learn More or Order »