The Dark Ages of Safety program is great for its subtle humor and safety message. This program contains black and white footage from the National Archives showing the safety efforts from the 1920s, 1930s, and 1940s. It’s a non offensive, humorous, yet is a powerful safety motivator.
Preventive measures in hazardous areas and providing air monitoring to confirm that levels meet both government and institutional regulations. The Industrial Hygienist is responsible for making sure that contaminants in the air are at the lowest and safest levels possible. The video includes four major accidents investigated by the CSD. The accidents demonstrate what happens when reactions run out of control. Reactions result in fires, explosions and toxic releases that cause death, injury and environmental damage.
Employee safety at work is of great importance. It is the law and there are penalties if a worker is injured. This program is for supervisors and managers and how to protect themselves from legal penalties and sanctions. Information also includes understanding the risk, liabilities, responsibilities and obligations.
The overhead pendant hoist is used to safely maneuver heave loads around shops, treatment plants, pump stations and other locations. This program will focus on overhead rail mounted hoists. These hoist operating systems are electric, pneumatic and hand-operated chain hoists.
Over 6,000 people are killed on the job and about 3.6 million receive disabling injuries each year in the United States. Hazardous waste and chemicals are part of these numbers. Knowing and understanding the rules and using good judgment when handling, storing, using or disposing of hazardous materials. This program is designed to make you more aware of your job responsibilities when working with or using hazardous waste and chemicals.
The leading cause of death during winter storms is traffic accidents. Driving in any weather depends on the type of vehicle, reaction, and reflexes. Drive slowly and be aware of the road conditions. This program explains the various road hazards with emphasis on safety.
Winter Driving Safety program takes a look at winter driving and how to reduce driving accidents, injuries, and hopefully reduce the many problems associated with winter driving. In this program we’ll discuss important topics such as vehicle maintenance, winter weather, special driving tips, and personal safety in cold weather. Always follow your company’s policies and procedures and use your own experience and good judgment when operating any type of vehicle in bad weather.
Regardless of the hazardous road or weather conditions, remember you don’t know what waits us down the road. Once you are down the road, most truck stops have channels available in the rest area. This program covers the different types of road conditions a driver may encounter and tips on how to handle them.
Bobtailing is sometimes necessary but a dangerous method of driving a big rig tractor without any trailing component. Once you get past the profile, weight dynamics and engine power of the tractor, now you add the brake system, weather, traffic conditions, driver fatigue and attention to the road. This program covers the challenges of bobtailing and jackknifing.