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You should always wash your hands before, during, and after preparing or eating food, using the toilet, caring for someone who is sick, blowing your nose (or coughing/sneezing), handling animals or touching garbage. Think of hand washing as a process. Follow these steps to ensure proper hand washing.

This program shows how people tempt fate and risk injury -- or death -- with unsafe behaviors. It covers eight safety topics. Eight people selected are shown doing unsafe things and paying the price for it. Their number was up.

In this eLearning course, you will learn that workplace safety is not something that happens by chance. This lesson takes a humorous approach to pointing out that the chances of you getting hurt are many times greater than winning the lottery. In this lesson, we’ll review the importance of electrical safety, lock out/tag out, as well as respiratory, and forklift safety.

In this lesson, we will continue our look at people who go to work each day and try to beat the odds of serious injury - or even death -- by exercising unsafe behavior. In this lesson, we’ll review falls, vehicle safety, slips, and explosive materials.

#3 ID:1040 Topic: Workplace Safety & Awareness Learning Path: Workplace Safety Type: eLearning - Safety Classics Industry Settings: Industrial & Manufacturing, Office & General Other Topics: Chemical Safety, Communicating Safety Course Level: Foundational Seat Time: 13 Minutes

In this course, you will learn to identify the precautions for exits and entrances as well as negotiating steps and turns during winter weather.

#4 ID:946 Topic: Workplace Safety & Awareness Learning Path: Workplace Safety Type: eLearning - Safety Classics Industry Settings: Industrial & Manufacturing, Office & General Other Topics: Winter Safety Course Level: Foundational Seat Time: 8 Minutes

Shortcuts can kill. This SafetyByte demonstrates the lethal result of ignoring signs and taking shortcuts in the workplace.

#5 ID:1048 Topic: Workplace Safety & Awareness Learning Path: Workplace Safety Type: eLearning - SafetyBytes® Industry Setting: Industrial & Manufacturing Other Topics: Safety Orientation Course Level: Foundational Seat Time: 5 Minutes

This SafetyByte points out that good housekeeping reduces operating costs, increases production, opens aisles to permit faster traffic, lowers accident rates, reduces fire hazards, and raises employee morale.

#6 ID:1059 Topic: Workplace Safety & Awareness Learning Path: Workplace Safety Type: eLearning - SafetyBytes® Industry Settings: Industrial & Manufacturing, Office & General Other Topics: Safety Orientation Course Level: Foundational Seat Time: 5 Minutes

Keeping hands clean through improved hand hygiene is one of the most important steps we can take to avoid getting sick and spreading germs to others. Many diseases and illnesses are spread by not properly washing hands. In this SafetyByte module, we’ll discuss the importance of handwashing.

#7 ID:1561 Topic: Workplace Safety & Awareness Learning Path: Workplace Safety Type: eLearning - SafetyBytes® Industry Settings: Healthcare, Industrial & Manufacturing, Office & General, Retail Other Topics: Safety Orientation, Employee Wellness Course Level: Foundational Seat Time: 5 Minutes

Trying to fix that equipment while on an incline? Think again! This SafetyByte demonstrates that unsafe maintenance is a recipe for disaster.

#8 ID:1046 Topic: Workplace Safety & Awareness Learning Path: Workplace Safety Type: eLearning - SafetyBytes® Industry Settings: Industrial & Manufacturing, Office & General Other Topics: Safety Orientation Course Level: Foundational Seat Time: 5 Minutes

More than 100,000 workers are in high-risk jobs such as abrasive blasting, foundry work, stone cutting, rock drilling, quarry work, and tunneling. Crystalline silica has been classified as a human lung carcinogen. Additionally, breathing crystalline silica dust can cause silicosis, which in severe cases can be disabling, or even fatal.

#9 ID:1813 Topic: Workplace Safety & Awareness Learning Path: Workplace Safety Type: eLearning - Safety Classics Industry Setting: Industrial & Manufacturing Other Topics: Personal Protective Equipment Course Level: Foundational Seat Time: 12 Minutes

A physical hazard is a substance that is likely to burn or support fire; may explode or release high pressures that can inflict bodily injury; or can spontaneously react on its own, or when exposed to water. In this SafetyBytes® course, we’ll discuss common physical hazard terms.

#10 ID:1749 Topic: Workplace Safety & Awareness Learning Path: Workplace Safety Type: eLearning - SafetyBytes® Industry Settings: Industrial & Manufacturing, Office & General Other Topics: Safety Orientation, Fire Safety Course Level: Foundational Seat Time: 5 Minutes

Conducting a valid and useful accident investigation is an opportunity to influence the work environment of those around you. It requires tact, diligence, thoughtful communication, and an understanding of the work environment.

This program is specifically designed to inform viewers about air-purifying respirators — their benefits and limitations, selection, fit testing, cleaning, storage, and inspection procedures.

This video teaches employees how to make a systematic evaluation of the entire ammonia system, determine if problem areas exist and make sure the ammonia system at your facility remains under control.

This program runs through various techniques, including proper work postures and lifting techniques, to reduce back stress.

Back to Basics is a quick paced, informative program to help employees understand back injuries and the precautions they can take to prevent these most costly lost time incidents. This version does not include the use of belts.

Back to Basics™ is a quick paced, informative program to help employees understand back injuries and the precautions they can take to prevent these most costly lost time incidents.

This program explains the basic principles of electrical energy in an easy-to-understand, non-technical way. If electricity escapes the path of its intended circuits, the results can be shock, burns, respiratory failure, asphyxiation, internal bleeding and cardiac arrest to the human body, as well as physical damage to surrounding property.

#17 ID:856 Topic: Electrical Safety Learning Path: Workplace Safety Type: Complete Programs Industry Setting: Industrial & Manufacturing Other Topics: Workplace Safety & Awareness

This program provides training for emergency response personnel on the Federal OSHA Standard on Blood borne Diseases. It discusses the risks of occupational exposure to the hepatitis B and HIV viruses.

#18 ID:860 Topic: Bloodborne Disease & Risks Learning Path: Workplace Safety Type: Complete Programs Industry Setting: Industrial & Manufacturing Other Topics: Workplace Safety & Awareness

This program addresses the nature of bloodborne pathogens, the federal standard and facility exposure control plan, protective measures, Hepatitis B vaccination, emergency procedures as well as training and record-keeping.

#19 ID:901 Topic: Bloodborne Disease & Risks Learning Path: Workplace Safety Type: Complete Programs Industry Setting: Industrial & Manufacturing Other Topics: Workplace Safety & Awareness

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