The importance of safety cannot be overstated. Every organization is responsible for the safety of its employees while they are working. In 2015, OSHA estimated safety issues cost companies $1 billion a week. Understanding universal safety practices and how to implement them will help keep everyone protected, while ensuring the company’s financial security.

 

INTRODUCTION
Course Objectives


MODULE 1
The Importance of Safety
Legal Responsibilities
Risks
Benefits
Setting the Example
Knowledge Check


MODULE 2
Fire Risk
Causes and Types
Assessment
Prevention
Communication
Knowledge Check


MODULE 3
Sound
Levels of Noise
Assessment
Risks
PPE or Environmental Changes
Knowledge Check


MODULE 4
Chemical and Electrical Hazards
Assess Chemicals Used
Inform
Control Exposure
Electrical Dangers
Policies and Controls
Knowledge Check


MODULE 5
Ergonomics
Common Ergonomic Related Injuries
Assess Risks
Equipment Changes
Training
Knowledge Check


MODULE 6
Workplace Violence
Identify Stressors and Triggers
Substance Abuse
Report Policies
Training and Emergency Plans
Knowledge Check


MODULE 7
Transportation
Assess Transportation
Onsite
Off-site
Policies to Prevent Injury
Knowledge Check


MODULE 8
Machinery
Identify Machines and Their Risks
Establish Safeguards
Limit Use
Care and Maintenance
Knowledge Check


MODULE 9
Safety Program
Risk Assessment
Establish Goals and Objectives
Develop Policies and Procedures
Training
Knowledge Check


MODULE 10
Monitoring
Establish Target KPIs
Audits and Inspections
Reports of Incidents
Assess Data
Knowledge Check


ASSESSMENT
Post Test

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