A. Course Objectives – Participants will:
- Gain insight into how accidents happen and how they can be prevented.
- Become familiar with common unsafe conditions and unsafe practices that cause accidents.
- Become better equipped to recognize safety and health hazards in their workplace.
- Learn how to use a variety of safety management tools to control the risk of injuries to their employees and achieve a good safety record.
- Become more knowledgeable about OSHA regulatory requirements, compliance and inspections.
- Acquire the ability to integrate safety into their managerial functions and help implement a sound safety program in their workplace.
B. The Instructional Process:
- This safety management training program is interactive.
- The instructor will inform, discuss and explain concepts and principles.
- Considerable participant input will be solicited.
- Training aids are utilized that enhance retention and application on-the-job.
- Exercises will be employed that foster individual and group involvement.
- Instructional activities are employed to help participants relate to the subject matter better and see how it applies it to their workplace.
- Ample visual aids will be used that illustrate topics and applications in the
workplace and enhance retention.
C. Authoritative, Experienced Instructor:
- The instructor is more than an excellent communicator: he knows his subject.
- Drawing on years of safety management experience in industry; the relevance of each subject is substantiated with real world examples and applications.
- Despite the serious nature of the material, participants will find the tone of the training program upbeat, stimulating and enjoyable by design.
D. Course Description:
– The 3 day course consists of 15 core topics. An additional 7 topics may be selected as alternatives to the core topics if desired.
– The 1 or 2 day course consists of 5 topics per day, of your choosing.
– A more detailed description of each topic is available upon request.
- Safety Management
- Machinery Hazards & Safeguards
- Personal Protective Equipment
- Material Handling: Hazards & Safety Precautions
- Industrial Hygiene – Health Hazards
- Back Injury: Cause & Control
- Employee Participation in the Safety Program
- Human Relations & Safety
- Safety Communications
- Accident Reporting & Investigation
- Safety Training
- Safety Inspections
- Fire Prevention & Protection
Any of the following topics may be substituted for one of the 15 topics above.
- Office Safety
- Bloodborne Pathogens
- Office Ergonomics
- Ladders, Elevated Work & Fall Protection
- Hand and Portable Power Tools – Hazards & Safeguards
- Electrical Safety
- Job Safety Analysis
E. For More Information:
EMPLOYEE SAFETY TRAINING
Safety Training Seminars for Employees
A. Learning Objectives – Employees will:
- Learn how to recognize safety hazards and apply safeguards that will reduce the risk of an accident to themselves or others.
- Become familiar with OSHA regulatory requirements that apply to their workplace.
- Develop a stronger safety attitude.
- Acquire a knowledge of how to integrate safety into their work routine.
B. Employee Safety Training Topics:
|1. Accidents: cause & control||12. Ergonomics|
|2. Personal protective equipment||13. Material Handling|
|3. Back injury prevention||14. Ladders & elevated work|
|4. Hazard Communications||15. Hoist & Sling Safety|
|5. Lockout/Tagout||16. Machinery hazards & safeguards|
|6. Fork Truck Safety||17. Hand tools|
|7. Confined Space Entry||18. Power tools|
|8. Slips, Trips & Falls||19. Electrical safety|
|9. Fire Safety||20. Bloodborne Pathogens|
|10. Hearing Conservation||21. Housekeeping Hazards|
|11. Welding Safety||22. Office Safety|
C. Scheduling Employee Safety Training
- Determine the topics that you would like presented.
- Normally, a full day of employee safety training is a maximum of 5 topics if 1 hour each.
- Some topics (i.e. confined space entry) can be 2 to 4 hours depending on the content desired.
- Feel free to contact us for more information, by phone, Fax or e-mail. Your inquiries are welcome.
It is important to have a laboratory safety program that results in every employee’s participation and cooperation. Employee safety training and instruction are important components in sustaining safe laboratory operations. This course will review information contained in OSHA’s laboratory safety standard, measures that employees can take to protect themselves from hazards, and the contents of a chemical hygiene plan.
This course provides an understanding of OSHA requirements under 1910.147, OSHA’s Lockout/Tagout Standard, and outlines safety procedures to ensure equipment does not energize or start-up unexpectedly while work is in progress. This course looks closely at the role of all personnel in a workplace lockout/tagout or energy control program, and examines the role of lockout/tagout in workplace safety; various energy control methods; authorized and affected employees; and the application, usage, and removal of controls.
This course is for personnel working in areas of potentially high noise levels, and is designed to help increase personnel awareness to potential problems related to exposure to excessive noise levels and the protection or technology available to reduce or eliminate unwanted noise. Participants learn about the affects of noise, the selection and use of hearing protection, and the value of audiometric testing
WORKPLACE SAFETY COMMITTEES
4-Hour & 8-Hour Course
This course is for those who are responsible for, or are members of, a workplace safety committee, and covers the essentials for developing, managing, and maintaining a successful workplace safety committee. The topics discussed include purpose, committee structure, membership, functions and responsibilities, and keys to success. Goals, objectives, direction and training needs are explored at length.