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Safety Orientation

 
Over 32 million employees are exposed to over 650,000 hazardous chemicals in more than 3 million workplaces. Exposure to these chemicals can cause devastating physical and health problems.
 
OSHA developed the Hazard Communication Standard, 29 CFR 1910.1200, to ensure all available information about these chemicals is distributed from the manufacturers and importers to employers and consumers. Information for each chemical is compiled, organized and recorded on Material Safety Data Sheets (MSDS). The MSDSs must contain certain information (more than can be listed here) about the chemical, as directed by OSHA ‘s 29 CFR 1910.1200, but there is no required standardized form for the MSDSs. The standard also has requirements for the proper use of labels for chemical containers. Chemical labels must identify the chemical, provide name and address of the manufacturer, list appropriate hazard warnings and be written in English. Employers must make MSDSs available to all employees as well as implement a hazard communication program, maintain up-to-date inventory of all chemical MSDSs and ensure containers have the proper labeling.
 
Personal protective equipment (PPE) must be provided to any employee that may be at risk of exposure to any hazardous chemical. Exposure usually occurs from inhalation, contact or swallowing. It is recommended that employers implement standard operating procedures in the event a chemical is spilled or a leak occurs. General procedures are:
• Leave the area immediately and warn others.
• Provide first-aid if needed.
• Inform appropriate personnel (managers, first responders).
• Shut operations down, if necessary.
 
Employees need to be properly trained in Hazard Communication / Chemical Safety.
 

 

#08-006 Safety Orientation Training Program

Program is available on VHS or DVD. Program contains training video, leader's guide on CD with printable employee quiz, certificate, training log and other printable items. Employees will be trained to know the importance of safe driving, how to prepare to drive, differences in highway and city driving, proper parking procedures, hazards of speeding and the dangers of drinking and driving. Program includes training video and leader’s guide (which includes the following printable items: quiz and answer key, training log, certificate, wallet cards and listing of site specific information.) Also available in Spanish with Spanish student items and English instructor items.

 

#B08-006 Safety Orientation Booklets

These booklets coordinate with the video program and include a quiz on the last page. We have booklets available on a variety of topics (most coordinate with video training packages).

 

#M08-006 Safety Orientation Manual CD-Rom

OSHA requires employers to document their safety procedures. We have made available a "Fill-in-the-Blank" manual to help you comply with OSHA record keeping regulations. Simply insert the CD into your computer and follow the printable instructions. In a matter of minutes you can print your own custom manual about safety orientation.

 

Safety Motivational Posters Laminated

We have available over 50 safety motivational posters covering many topics. Full-color and eye catching, posters are a constant reminder to your employees to think safe, work safe and be safe! Quantity discounts start at just 11 posters and you can mix or match to get the price break. Item LP810 deals with key to success.

 

 

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