The main objective of this session is to help you prevent back injuries. By the time the session is over, you should be able to: identify causes of back injuries; prevent back injuries; use proper lifting, load carrying, and unloading techniques to help protect your back; and think smart about your back and the importance of keeping it healthy. Duration: 33 minutes
In this course, we focus on the four pain zones of the human body that are most susceptible to office work. The Head zone, the Neck and Shoulders Zone, The Back and Legs Zone, and the Tummy zone. Employees learn how to Break, Back Up, Look Away, and Walk Away, to improve their health at work. Managers learn how to create a plan for employees to help them eliminate their Pain in the Workplace. The end result: Decreased Disability claims, reduced absences and even increased productivity. It should take you approximately 40 minutes to get through this course.
This course will take approximately 23 minutes to complete. This presentation will help you to identify the causes of workplace violence, spot the signs of potential violence, follow required security procedures, respond effectively to violent acts, and recognize and respond to terrorist threats.
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The main objective of this session is to make you aware of the hazards of materials in the workplace and how to find the information you need to protect yourself and work safely. By the time this session is over, you should be able to identify the hazards of materials in your work area; interpret the hazard information on container labels; access and understand the information in material safety data sheets, or MSDSs; protect against illness and injury caused by hazardous materials; and respond effectively to emergencies involving hazardous materials. Why Training about "Hazard Communication Training - Right to Know" Matters An estimated 30 million workers are exposed or potentially exposed to more than 650,000 hazardous materials each year. Hazard Communication is a requirement of state and federal law. There is a government regulation called the Hazard Communication Standard that describes what employers must do to inform employees about process hazards. OSHA regulations for the Hazard Communication Standard may be found at 29 CFR 1910.1200. There are typically 20,000 incidents of exposure to hazardous materials annually that result in one or more lost workdays because of illnesses or injuries from these materials.
This course will take approximately 29 minutes to complete. The main purpose of this session is to make you aware of the elements of a Chemical Hygiene Plan, or CHP, and how this plan can help to ensure everybody’s safety in the laboratory.