Introduction|Slips, Trips and Falls… and Good Housekeeping|Industrial Ergonomics|Using Hand/Power Tools and Powered Machinery Safely|Forklift Safety|Electrical Safety and Lock-Out/Tag-Out|Hazard Communication and Personal Protective Equipment|Fire Prevention and Emergency Procedures|Health Emergencies, First Aid and Bloodborne Pathogens|Conclusion
Starting a new job always gives you a lot to think about: Your role and responsibilities, meeting your coworkers, and getting familiar with your workspace itself. There is something else you need to keep in mind – safety. Use this course to reduce the risk of typical on-the-job dangers like slips, trips, and falls, fires, and infection from bloodborne pathogens. This course provides a quick overview of the on-the-job hazards new and veteran employees should be aware of.