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Accident InvestigationWhy accident investigations are performed and what part every employee plays.Everybody's a Safety InspectorHousekeeping ITips for good housekeeping on the job.Housekeeping IIHousekeeping prevents accidents, reduces health and fire hazards, increases productivity, and improves morale.Inspections & WalkdownsA few of the reasons and ways inspections and walkdowns are conducted, and what your role is.Job Safety AnalysisWhat your job safety analysis should include and when to update it.Job Safety Analysis IIPlan Safety Into Your DaySafety doesn't just happen, it takes effort. Some questions to consider as you go through your workday.Pre-Task PlansQuestions to ask yourself before you begin a new task, especially if it is new to you.Pre-Task Plans & Hazard EvaluationsHazard evaluation at the project, shift, and task levels.Pre-Task Safety CheckPurpose of the pre-task safety check, methods to control hazards, and a list of questions to consider.What Do You Learn from an Accident InvestigationAccident investigations can help prevent future accidents and raise safety awareness.
AEGCPElectrical HazardsCommon electrical hazards found on the jobsite.Electrical Hazards & Grounding SafetyEquipment, installation, protective measures, environment, and work practices.Electrical Safety ISteps you can take to avoid becoming a human conductor.Electrical Safety IIPreventing electrocution, tissue damage, burns, and falls.Extend Your Knowledge of Extension Cord SafetyA checklist of safety tips to consider when using extension cords.GFCIs & AEGCPLearn how GFCIs protect you and how an AEGCP should be implemented.GFCIs, AEGCPs & Double-Insulated ToolsThree electrical safety systems designed to protect you from electric shock.Ground-Fault Circuit InterruptersWhat is a GFCI? How can it save your life? When is it required?Grounding Portable Electric ToolsThe importance of grounding tools that are not double-insulated.Lights . . . Camera . . . Action!OSHA's lighting requirements are intended to ensure you have adequate light to do your job safely.
Ergonomics & Material Handling
Dollies Can Lighten the LoadErgonomics IStrategies to reduce y our exposure to cumulative trauma disorders (CTDs).Ergonomics IIAvoiding ergonomic hazards through engineering controls and ergonomically designed tools.Give Your Back a BreakLearn good habits for lifting and carrying.Handling MaterialsOverview of material handling by hand and with mechanical assistance.Lift Properly & Avoid Back InjuriesSafe lifting techniques with some statistics on the frequency of back injuries.Material Handling IA list of ways to avoid accidents and injuries when handling materials by hand.Material Handling IISafe work practices to use when handling materials of all shapes, sizes, and hazards.Preventing Back InjuriesOther methods to prevent back injuries: improve your posture, standing posture, sleeping posture, exercise, reduce stress.Proper Lifting TechniquesStep-by-step guidelines for safe lifting habits to reduce strain on your back.Safe Storage: Sort It, Stack It, and Secure It!The four S's of storing materials: sort, stack, secure, and safety.Storage of FlammablesThree things to consider when working with or near flammables: containers, location, and environment.Think Before You LiftProper lifting techniques don't come naturally. Concentrate on each move until it becomes a habit.
Aerial Lifts & Elevated PlatformsHow to avoid tipping over, falls, and electrocution when working on aerial lifts and elevated platforms.Don't Let Gravity Take You DownFall CausesCommon circumstances that can cause falls: tripping hazards, ladders, and weather.Fall ProtectionOverview of guardrail, safety net, and personal fall arrest system requirements.Fall Protection SystemsBecome familiar with the types of fall protection systems available for your safety.GuardrailsWhat guardrails do, where they are used, and key construction requirements.Holes and Floor OpeningsThe hazards of unguarded or unprotected holes and floor openings and steps to protect yourself.Ladder SafetyA list of guidelines to follow when working on ladders.LaddersWhat to consider when inspecting, erecting, climbing, and working on a ladder.Personal Fall Arrest SystemsPersonal falls arrest system components and how they work together.Preventing Deadly FallsFatal fall statistics, some fatal fall headlines, and fall protection systems.Safe ScaffoldingSafety considerations for setup and use of scaffolds.Scaffolding IKey points for erecting, dismantling, inspections, training, fall protection, guardrails, and overhand bricklaying.Scaffolding IIBasic scaffold safety with a focus on supported scaffolds.ScaffoldsThe competent person and the construction worker's role in scaffolding safety.Scaffolds: Permanent Safety on Temporary StructureCommon hazards and a checklist of safe work practices to prevent scaffold accidents.Slips and SpillsFactors that contribute to slips, proper clean-up of spills to reduce accidents, and being vigilant.Slips and TripsPreventing same-level falls, and learning how to land in case of a slip or trip.Stairways, Aisles, & WalkwaysKeeping stairways, aisles, and walkways free of hazards that can cause slips, trips, and falls.Step Up To SafetyLadder safety rules.Use and Erection of LaddersTo reduce ladder accidents, learn about proper selection, inspection, and use.
Fire Protection & Prevention
Emergency PlansThe importance of emergency plans for various situations on the job and at home.Fight Fire with Prevention & ProtectionThe difference between fire prevention and protection, and why they're both important.Fire Extinguishers & Fire PreventionThere's a fire in your work area. Do you know what to do?Fire PreventionA list of safety tips to eliminate fire hazards, and preventing fires during renovation and restoration jobs.Fire Prevention & ProtectionAt work and at home, fire prevention and knowing what to do in case prevention fails and a fire starts.Fires on Construction SitesFire prevention tips and what to do in case a fire starts.Flammables10 Safety tips for working with or near flammables.Please "PASS" the Fire ExtinguisherThe 3 classes of fire extinguishers, how they work, and PASS (pull, aim, squeeze, sweep).Portable HeatersSafe use of electric and fuel-burning heaters to prevent fires, burns, explosions, shock, and carbon monoxide poisoning.Portable Heaters: Staying Warm & SafePortable heater safety at home and at work.Preparing for an Emergency
Be ready for emergencies, at home or at work, whenever they happen.
Bloodborne PathogensThe basics of Universal Precautions and steps to take if exposure is expected.Burns IImmediate treatment for electrical, chemical, or thermal burns, and how to prevent them.Burns IIBurn hazards on the job and at home, prevention, first aid, and how not to treat a burn.First AidThe first-aider, the first-aid kit, and some basics of first aid.First Aid for Eye InjuriesThe five most common types of eye injuries in construction and how to treat them.First Aid KitsA list of first-aid supplies and their uses.First RespondersIt's Just a Little Cut!Avoid infection by getting wounds treated and then taking care of the wound and dressing.Preventing Cuts: It's All in Your HandsHow to avoid cuts on hands and fingers: wear PPE, work safely with tools and around sharp objects, treat all cuts promptly.Prompt Care Can Prevent InfectionMaking sure minor wounds don't become serious infections.What To Do When Someone Is InjuredThe ABCs of CPR, and basic first aid.
General Health & Safety
A Rock and a Hard PlacePreventing caught-in-between, crushed-by, and pinch-point accidents.Bringing the Culture of Safety HomeAt home, preventing back injuries, falls, fires, avoiding hazardous chemicals, and wearing safety gear.Building a Safe Career One Decision at a TimeChoose safety during every step of every task, every day, to end your career in good health.Cell PhonesConsider the safety concerns created by cell phone use at work and while you drive.Crushing HazardsA list of safety tips to help you identify and protect yourself from crushing hazards on the job.DistractionsDistractions can be killers. Stay focused at work and when driving any vehicle.Don't Make These MistakesEight common mistakes that can be deadly for you or your co-workers.Guarding Yourself Against Pinch PointsSafety tips to help you recognize and avoid pinch points of all sizes.Happy Holidays or Hazardous HolidaysEnjoy hoildays free from hazards created by decorations, lights, trees, weather, and alcohol.Holiday Safety IMaking fire safety a part of your holiday preparations.Holiday Safety IISafety for the holidays: personal, electrical, fire, child, auto, and food.Housekeeping & CleanlinessHousekeeping is affected by our actions, our workspace, and the weather.Housekeeping on the JobsiteJobsite ChecklistsA list of items you might want on your jobsite checklistKids and ConstructionSecuring equipment and materials to prevent injuries to curious children who trespass onto the jobsite.Make National Safety Month a Family EventMake it a yearly tradition to focus on safety at home in June whether at home, on vacation, or at work.Off-the-Job SafetyNational Safety Month is an opportunity to make safety a part of all your family activities.Project StartupBecome familiar with each new project and its safety requirements before you begin.Protecting the PublicProtecting bystanders, occupants, and passers-by from construction activities.Safety Never Takes a BreakA poem, "I Chose to Look the Other Way" about reminding your co-workers to work safely.Safety Off-the-JobCommon hazards off the job: vechicles, falls, fires, drownings, and bathroom accidents.Sanitation IDrinking water, toilet facilities, food handling, vermin control, and trash collection.Sanitation IIThe importance of clean drinking water, restrooms, and trash disposal on the jobsite.Take Your Safety Knowledge HomeApply your workplace safety training at home to keep your family safe.
AsbestosThe dangers of asbestos and necessary steps you can take to prevent or limit your exposure.Asbestos and the OSHA StandardFacts about the hazards of asbestos and OSHA's asbestos standard.Carbon MonoxideWhat is it? Where does it come from? How does it affect me? How do I protect myself?GHS LabelsKnow how to read labels on hazardous chemicals including the hazardous identification diamond.GHS PictogramsGHS: Safety Data Sheet FormatWhat's an SDS? Where are they located on your site? What information do they provide?Hazard Communication IOSHA's HazCom Standard: employee training, MSDSs, labels, and chemical inventory.Hazard Communication IIHealth hazards of chemicals, a list of 5 important types of information on an MSDS, and taking responsibility for your own safety.Hazardous MaterialsA list of safety precautions to follow when working with hazardous materials.LeadSafe work practices when working with or around materials that contain lead.Lead and Other Heavy MetalsSafety Data Sheets Have 16 SectionsSome ways that SDSs are like roadmaps.The Dangers of Silica DustProtective measures you can take to prevent silicosis.With Silica Dust, Safety Is a Must!Using engineering controls, respirators, and protective clothing to avoid silicosis.Working Safely with Corrosives and SolventsWorking Safely with LeadRecognize the dangers of lead poisoning and learn safe work practices to protect yourself.
Heavy Equipment & Utilities
Construction ForkliftsForklifts: training, pre-use inpspections, safe operation, and looking out for bystanders.Conveyor SafetyTips to consider before you start a conveyor and during safe conveyor operations.ConveyorsConveyor hazards, guards, and lockout/tagout.Conveyors, Pinch Points, & Lockout/TagoutCrane SafetyFactors involved in making a safe lift, and safety tips for crane operators and bystanders.CranesSafe crane operations require attention from crane operators, non-operators, and spotters.Cranes & BystandersSafety tips for construction workers who work near and with cranes.Cranes & Power LinesRules to follow when working near power lines and what to do if equipment contacts a power line.Equipment DangersFrom back-up alarms to power lines, think, look, and check anytime heavy equipment is in use.Equipment Operators and BystandersWhether you're maneuvering the heavy equipment or maneuvering around it, keep these safety tips in mind.Excavation Safety: Can You Dig It?Safety tips and site conditions that must be considered during pre-planning.Excavations & TrenchesProtective systems and equipment designed to keep you safe.Excavations and Trenching ITrenching hazards, competent person responsibilities, and access/egress requirements.Excavations and Trenching IIA list of safety tips for trenching and excavation work.ForkliftsSeveral factors to consider before starting a forklift.Heavy EquipmentHazards, duties, and responsibilities for operators and non-operators.Overhead Power Lines - Shocking!Plan ahead, avoid contact with power lines, using machinery and equipment, and what to do in case of contact.Overhead Power Lines: Look Up Before It's Too LateThe hazards of working near overhead power lines and ways to protect yourself.RiggingRigging safety: before the lift, setting up the lift, during the lift, and maintenance.Rigging IISafe Crane OperationCommon and deadly errors made during crane operations.Slings, Chokers, & Wire RopeSafe rigging operations require the proper selection and use of slings, chokers, and wire rope.Underground UtilitiesDig with care, whether you're using big equipment or individually operated tools.Utility Hazards: Underground & OverheadAPWA's Uniform Color Code for identifying underground utilities and safety tips for working near overhead power lines.Utility Safety . . . Can you Dig it?Plan ahead before you dig to prevent injuries caused by coming in contact with utility lines.Wire RopeProper use and safety requirements to follow when working with wire rope.
Personal Protective Equipment
Breathing EasyLearn how proper selection and use of respirators can protect you from suffocation, respiratory damage, and death.Eye ProtectionOnly proper selection, fit, and consistent use of eye protection can prevent eye injuries.Eye Protection IIFoot ProtectionWearing the right protective footwear to prevent foot injuries on the job.Hand InjuriesPrevent hand injuries by wearing gloves, being aware of machine dangers, and remaining alert.Hard Hats IHow do hard hats protect you?Hard Hats IIThe advantages of today's hard hats with their many options, styles, and safety accessories.Noise and Your HearingBecome aware of hazardous noise levels on the job and learn methods for controlling noise.Now Hear This!Consider how damage to a 2x10 compares to damage to your hearing.Personal Protective EquipmentPPE comes in many forms and protects various parts of your body--only if you wear it and maintain it properly.Preventing Hand InjuriesThis list of common hand injuries and their causes can help you prevent a variety of injuries.Safety as Far as the Eye Can SeeQuestions to ask yourself when selecting the right eye protection for the job.Set Your Sights on SafetyWork-related eye injuries continue to occur, but you can do something to prevent them.Sound AdviceHearing loss can expose you to further injuries and even death. Learn how to preserve your hearing.The Most Important Hat You'll Ever WearLearn to select the right hard hat for the job from the different classifications, types, and styles.
A Safe State of MindA safe state of mind: What is it? How do you get it? What are the benefits?Anger Management on the JobsiteBad Habits & How to Change ThemIdentifying bad habits, finding the root causes, and changing unsafe behaviors.Don't Play the FoolFirst Day on the Job IA list of questions you should find answers to your first day on a new site.First Day on the Job IIYour personal safety is ultimately your responsibility. Learn about hazard identification, PPE, and hand tools.Harassment & DiscriminationTitle VII of the Civil Rights Act and what you can do to stop harassment and discrimination on the job.HorseplayExamples of horseplay and the possible deadly consequences for the victim of the prank.Partners in Safety: Your Co-Workers and YouOne person's actions can affect the safety of others working around them.Practical Jokes, Games, & ContestsWhy you shouldn't instigate or participate in practical jokes, games, or contests on a construction site.Safe Attitudes Save LivesYour best protection against accidents and injuries is a positive safety attitude. Set a good example.Stress ManagementStress: What is it, identifying stressors, and finding coping strategies.Supervisor for the DaySafety issues to consider when you're left in charge for the day.Unsafe ActsLooking at the way we treat our "stuff" may shed some light on unsafe acts we commit without thinking.Your Safety AttitudeYour safety attitude involves your response to situations, your habits, good time management, and making safe choices.
Lockout/TagoutLockout/tagout procedures and the lives they save.Lockout/Tagout IILockout/Tagout: Controlling Hazardous EnergyThe basics of lockout/tagout and a list of common energy sources that can create potential hazards.Prescription & Over-the-Counter MedicinesSafe and SoberThe hazards of alcohol abuse and questions to help you determine whether you have an alcohol abuse problem.Security & Theft PreventionJobsite security to keep people safe and to prevent the loss of tools and equipment.Substance AbuseThe dangers of working while impaired by alcohol, illegal drugs, over-the-counter medicines, or prescription medications.
Arc WeldingHazards associated with arc welding and a list of ways to control them.Asphalt PavingProtecting yourself from the hazards of moving traffic, heavy equipment, burns, and heat illness.Bridge WorkSpecial hazards of working on bridges and over water.ConcreteHealth hazards of concrete placement and how to avoid them.Concrete & FormworkConcrete's physical and chemical hazards, bracing formwork, and protecting reinforcing steel.Concrete PlacementWorking safely around wet concrete, formwork, and concrete equipment.Confined SpacesConfined space hazards and how to avoid them.Confined Spaces? When in Doubt, Check it Out!
A checklist for helping you make sure every confined space entry ends with a safe exit.
DemolitionKey components of ANSI's Safety Requirements for Demolition Operations.Demolition DangersRespiratory hazards, blasting precautions, and what to consider when working in occupied structures.Electric Arc WeldingLearn about fire prevention, proper ventilation, and PPE before you begin to weld.Formwork & Reinforcing SteelA list of dos and don'ts when pouring concrete, installing reinforcing steel, or forming foundation walls.Marine OperationsWorking safely near or over water to prevent drowning or slips and falls.Masonry ConstructionPPE, impalement hazards, and limited access zones in masonry work.Masonry WorkMinimize the dangers of masonry work with respiratory protection, skin protection, eye protection, and fall protection.Paints, Finishes, & CoatingsRead labels and MSDS sheets to learn about flammability, health effects, and proper cleanup of paints, finishes, and coatings.Plant & Process SafetyLearn how the hazards on a plant are different from those of a traditional construction site.RoofingA pre-planning checklist for safe roofing work.Roofing SafetyPotential dangers of roofing work: access, power lines, fall protection, respiratory protection, fire protection, PPE, holes and skylights.Safety for Home BuildersSome common safety hazards of residential construction.Safety in Confined SpacesThe hazards of confined spaces and questions to ask yourself before you enter a confined space.Safety on the Small JobWhen you're the only one on the site, safety is all up to you.Steel Erection IHazards of steel erection: cranes, falls, structural collapse, overhead hazards, lack of training.Steel Erection IISafety tips for ironworkers: assembly work, falls, crushed-by accidents, falling objects.Taking Safety to New Heights (Steel Erection)Steel erection--site conditions, hoisting and rigging, and fall protection.The Steel Erection StandardKey requirements of OSHA's steel erection standard (Subpart R).Tilt-Up SafetyOSHA requirements for precast concrete in tilt-up construction.Welding and Cutting SafetyFire hazards and personal safety when welding or cutting.Working Over or Near Water
Personal flotation devices (PFDs) and an emergency plan can save your life when working over or near water.
Adjusting and Changing Tool AccessoriesBasic safety principles to follow when adjusting and changing power tool accessories.Care and Maintenance of ToolsCare of Hand ToolsProper selection, use, care, and maintenance of hand tools.Chain Saw SafetyGuidelines for safe inspection, operation ,and refueling of chain saws.Chisels, Screwdrivers & Sharp PointsFollow these safety tips when using tools with sharp points and edges to avoid being stabbed, scratched, or cut.Compressed Gas Cylinders ISafe use, transport, and storage of compressed gas cylinders.Compressed Gas Cylinders IIList of safety rules to follow when using, storing, or working with compressed gas cylinders.Hammers and Other Impact ToolsLearn how to avoid common hazards of working with hammers and other impact tools.Hand ToolsAvoiding injuries through safe use and careful inspection of hand tools.Hand Tools & Power ToolsUnderstand the risks associated with every tool and know the precautions necessary to avoid accidents and injuries.Handling Sharp Tools & ObjectsLearn how to use, carry, store, and maintain sharp tools. Keep an eye out for other sharp edges and objects around the jobsite.Laser SafetyGuard your eyes from the dangers of laser equipment by wearing the necessary eye protection.Pneumatic ToolsSafe operation, necessary PPE, tool selection, and maintenance for the safe use of pneumatic tools.Pneumatic Tools IIPowder-Actuated ToolsA list of safety tips for those trained and certified to operate powder-actuated tools.Power SawsSelection of necessary PPE, safe operation, adjustments, and maintenance when operating power saws.Power ToolsSafety rules to follow when operating electric or pneumatic power tools.The Power of SafetyHandling power tools and power saws with safety and care to prevent serious injuries.The Quiet Giant (Gas Cylinders)Safety tips in the first-person voice of a compressed gas cylinder.ToolsGetting the job done safely with the right tool.TorchesWarnings and safety tips for safe handling of torches during welding, cutting, and heating.Working Safely with LasersSafety tips for those operating and working near laser equipment to prevent eye damage and skin burns.
Defensive Driving IFive practices for being a good, defensive driver.Defensive Driving IISafety tips to remember every time you get behind the wheel.Motor Vehicles and Your SafetyYour responsibilities as a driver or operator, and a checklist for vehicle safety.Road Construction Ahead!Effective communication between motorists and highway workers includes signs, channeling devices, and lighting devices.Work Zone Safety IWork zone safety for drivers and construction workers.Work Zone Safety IIMaking work zones safer for motorists and highway workers.Work Zone Safety III
Environment & Weather
Be Cool this SummerReduce your chances of suffering sunburns, skin cancer, and heat-related illnesses.Cold WeatherWear the right clothing and follow safe work practices to prevent cold-related illnesses.Cold Weather SafetyKnowing the symptoms and treatment of trench foot, frostbite, and hypothermia and learning to dress for cold weather.First Aid for Heat-Related IllnessesHot Weather SafetyProtect yourself from the dangers of heat illnesses and learn to identify the symptoms.Severe WeatherPrepare for thunderstorms, tornadoes, flash floods, and hurricanes, and know what to do if you get caught in severe weather.Skin CancerHow to avoid skin cancer through sun protection, early detection, and awarness of danger signs.Staying Cool in Hot WeatherMinimize your chances for accidents, heat stroke, and heat exhaustion by allowing your body to adapt to high temperatures.Staying Cool When It's HotExposure to extreme heat can compromise your health and safety. Protect your body on the inside and the outside.Storm Watch---Be PreparedWhat to do when severe weather approaches.Wind, Rain, and LightningBe prepared when climate conditions change with little notice.Working in the Cold
Manufacturing Safety Meetings Library Titles
Back InjuriesBack Injuries & Safe LiftingBack PainErgonomicsRepetitive Motion DisordersSafe Lifting TechniquesSprains and StrainsWatch Your BackYour Body is a Power Tool
Cell Phone UseCleanlinessControlling HazardsCrushing HazardsEverybody is a Safety InspectorHazard EvaluationHousekeepingWalk Safely, Work SafelyYour Co-worker's Safety
Arc Flash and Arc BlastCommon Electrical Hazards at WorkDos and Don'ts of Working with Flexible CordsElectrical Hazards and Grounding SafetyElectrical SafetyElectrical ShockElectrical SystemsElectrical Systems Design: General RequirementsKeep Your Focus During the Holidays
Aerial Lifts and PlatformsCatwalks, Heights, and Fall ProtectionFall Protection Gear: Secure It ProperlyGuarding Floor and Wall Openings and HolesGuardrailsLadder SafetyPrevent Deadly FallsPreventing Falls on the Shop FloorProtective Railings Can Prevent FallsSlips, Trips, and FallsSpills and SlipsStairways, Aisles, and WalkwaysStairways, Catwalks, and Paths of TravelUsing Fall Protection Gear Correctly
Fire Protection & Prevention
Fire ExtinguishersFire PreventionPortable Fire ExtinguishersSpray Finishing Using Flammable MaterialsStoring Flammable LiquidsWorking with Gasoline
Bloodborne PathogensCuts, Scrapes, and BruisesFirst Aid for BurnsFirst Aid IIHeart Attack!OSHA's Best Practices: First Aid
General Health & Safety
A Safety Punch ListAvoiding AmputationsFlu PreventionHere's to your Health!Occupational AsthmaOn-Site Safety EquipmentSafety ChecklistsSafety Counts for both Small & Large ManufacturersSanitationThe Law of Gravity (Struck-by Accidents)Training for LifeUsing Hand SignalsWatch out for Bystanders!
Asbestosis and SilicosisCarbon MonoxideCarbon Monoxide PoisoningChemical BurnsChemical ExposureChemical Safety (Don't eat it, Don't drink it, & Don't inhale it)Corrosives and SolventsExposure to Harmful Substances and EnvironmentsHazard CommunicationLead Use in ManufacturingSafe SolderingStoring Chemicals SafelyStoring Hazardous MaterialsThe Hazard Communication StandardWelding and Hexavalent ChromiumWhat to Do In Case of Chemical ExposureWorking with and Storing Hazardous Chemicals
Anger Management on the Shop FloorBad Habits And How To Change ThemDo You Have a Safe Mindset?Domestic Stress: Leave it at the DoorHorseplay and Practical JokesQuit Smoking TodaySummer Jobs: Keeping Teenagers SafeWork Stress and Your HeartWorkplace Violence
Heavy Equipment & Utilities
Avoiding Forklift AccidentsCharging Forklift BatteriesCranesDangerous Forklift OperationsForklift Safety: The Triangle of StabilityForklifts and Powered Industrial TrucksFrequent and Periodic Inspections of Overhead and Gantry CranesInnocent BystandersMoving Materials In and Out of the Warehouse-SAFELYPowered Industrial TrucksPre-shift Safety Inspections for ForkliftsSafety Checklist for Heavy Equipment
Avoiding Pinch Points (Hint: Use Guards)ConveyorsGeneral Requirements for All MachinesMachine GuardingMachine GuardsMachine Repair and MaintenanceMechanical Power Presses IMechanical Power Presses IIMechanical Power Transmission ApparatusSafeguarding Automated Equipment
Personal Protective Equipment
Can You Hear Me Now? Noise Hazards in the WorkplaceEye InjuriesEye ProtectionEye Protection: Can You See Through It?Foot Protection IFoot Protection IIGlovesHearing ProtectionLet's Talk About Hard Hats - AgainPPE Can Save Your LifeProtecting Your PeepersRespiratory ProtectionSafety That Fits Like a GloveUse Ear Plugs as a Last OptionWhat Can a Hard Hat Do For You?
Emergency PreparednessEmergency Preparedness: Shelter-in-PlaceEmergency ProceduresEvacuation PlanLockout/Tagout ILockout/Tagout IIMaintaining the OSHA 300 LogRefine Your Exit StrategySafety ProgramSubstance AbuseUnder the Influence at WorkWhat is a Competent Person?
Abrasive Cutting & GrindingAbrasive Wheel GrindersCare and Maintenance of ToolsCompressed Air ToolsCutting HazardsGuidelines for Power Tool UseKeep Sharp around Box CuttersPower ToolsPreventive Maintenance for Tools and MachinesSharp SafetyThe Right Tool for the Job
Driving AccidentsMotor Vehicle SafetySafe Driving-On or Off the Job
Hypothermia and FrostbiteLightning Hazards in the PlantProtecting Your Extremities in the ColdWinter HazardsWinter Storm Warning
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