School OSHA & Safety Management
The OSHA safety training series is designed to help broaden worker and employer knowledge on the recognition, avoidance, and prevention of safety and health hazards in their workplaces.
This series of videos covers what to do when in contact with blood or bodily fluids, OSHA compliance, and government regulations regarding blood and bodily fluids. There are also videos that discuss general hepatitis C overview, lifestyle influences on infection, common on the job risks, risks to first aid providers, vaccines, precautions, personal protection equipment, workplace hazard labeling, exposure risks and control, and osha updates on occupational exposure.
This series of videos discusses compressed air and the equipment powered by compressed air, which can pose hazards and safety considerations. This section reviews some common pneumatic tools and their safety considerations and potential hazards.
Forklifts & Pallet Jacks
This series includes an overview of rules and certification for forklifts, general types of equipment, OSHA regulations for forklifts, safe handling of wooden pallets, basic safety rules of an electric pallet jack, and reporting unsafe conditions surrounding pallet jacks.
This series includes information that drivers need to stay safe and healthy in their environment when working with formaldehyde, the bonding and grounding of flammable liquids transfers, hazcom basics, hazardous materials clean up, and the shipping of hazardous materials.
This series discusses the parts of the ear and how it works, general hearing problems, understanding decibel level exposure, and how to prevent hearing loss.
OSHA Policies & Violations
This series reviews the top ten OSHA violations and why it’s important for employers to have a written safety and health plan, employees’ right to file a complaint with OSHA, whistleblower rights and protection, how to investigate an accident, and the forming of labor and management safety committees.
This series of videos reviews charging batteries safely; safety working with chains, cranes, slings, and hoists; working in confined spaces; handling electricity safely; fire prevention responsibility in your work area; hand and power tool safety; housekeeping in manufacturing; documenting all energy sources and identifying potential safety hazards associated with each machine; machine guarding and conveyors; proper mounting with T-45 tire irons; personal protection equipment; respiratory protection; safe lifting; safe operation of cranes and hoists; tire shop hazards; warehouse safety; and a workplace safety inspection checklist.