It can be confusing to know what to do in the event of a hazardous substance spill. In this quick video lesson, we demonstrate how to respond properly using the example of a spilled barrel.
Safety data sheets are an integral part of any Hazard Communication Program. In this quick video lesson, we cover everything you need to know about what a Safety Data Sheet (SDS) is, how to use them, and what each of the 16 sections cover.
Putting a secondary label on a hazardous substance helps to ensure the next user understands what the substance is and knows the hazards. In this quick video lesson, we talk about why secondary labels are important, how secondary labels could have prevented many incidents and how you can properly ensure that substances in your workplace are properly labeled.
There are six simple parts to a hazardous substance label that are important to know. In this quick video lesson, we go through all six to help break down the information into easy, usable, bits.
The Hazard Communication Standard can easily be seen as boring or unrelatable, but in this fun video training, we make it relatable and usable! Learn about what the Hazard Communication Standard is, how it impacts you, how it was improved by the Globally Harmonized System (GHS) and how you can use this knowledge to better protect yourself from hazardous substance exposures.
The GHS Pictograms provide an easy way to identify the hazards a substance may pose. In this quick video lesson, we cover all 9 pictograms with explanations to help you identify each at a glance.
Did you know that 36% of fatalities involving forklifts are pedestrians? In the microlearning, we give 3 real-stories of forklift pedestrian fatalities to help illustrate how these accidents actually occur. Then we give practical lessons for both operators and pedestrians to better understand one-another's roles and take action to prevent forklift pedestrian fatalities.
We all need a refresher on how to safely operate from time-to-time. In this video micro course, we demonstrate the basics like cornering, transporting the load, operator blind spots, stacking, and more.
Forklift inspections are a critical component of forklift safety. In this microlearning, we demonstrate how to conduct a forklift key-on inspection.
Forklift inspections are a critical component of forklift safety. In this microlearning, we demonstrate how to conduct a forklift key-off inspection.
Forklift tip-overs are a huge source of accidents and fatalities. In this video lesson, we use 3d animations to illustrate both the forklift stability triangle and pyramid, making it easy for learners to visualize how a forklift is balance and what can cause them to become unstable or tip.
When most people think of forklifts, they have one, specific image in their mind, but there are actually quite a few different types of lifts that fit into OSHA's powered industrial truck category. In this quick video lesson, we cover the basic types of forklifts that employees need to be able to recognize along with the major components you'll find on each.
Forklifts are hazardous vehicles and are very different from the personal vehicles we are used to driving. In this short microlearning, we go over the major hazards of forklifts and why they operate so different from our personal vehicles. This makes it easy for learner to relate what they already to know to forklifts and helps them to identify hazards.
Did you know 70% of forklift incidents could be avoided just by using safe operating procedures? Understanding the most common causes of forklift accidents, injuries, and fatalities can help prevent employees from becoming another statistic. In this quick video lesson, we cover the most common causes of forklift incidents.
Back by popular demand! This is an oldie but now a classic. In this quick video lesson we cover the basics of fire extinguishers in this all-in-one video that includes the fire triangle, fire extinguisher types, and how to use a fire extinguisher with the P-A-S-S method.
In this video demonstration, we cover how to properly use a fire extinguisher using the P-A-S-S method, when to fight and when to evacuate, and how long to monitor the fire after it's extinguished.
Fire extinguishers are only used in the event of an emergency so it's critical that they're kept in top working condition. In this short video lesson, we demonstrate how to inspect a fire extinguisher in 4 easy steps.
Matching the right type of fire extinguisher to the fuel is a critical part of fire safety. In this short video course, we use 3d animations to demonstrate matching the fire extinguisher to the fuel.
We often fail to recognize some of the most common fire hazards in the workplace. In this quick video lesson, we cover some of the most common fire hazards and how to recognize them so employees can take measures to reduce the risk of fire.
Flammable and combustible gases can have a huge impact on workplace fire safety and the considerations that need to be made for certain substances. In this video demonstration, we show how gases that are heavier than air versus lighter than air react to show learners how flammable and combustible gases behave. This knowledge can help them take more effective actions to reduce the chance of fire.
When it comes to workplace fires, it's definately better to be safe than sorry. In this short video lesson, we give 10 easy ways to prevent fires and prepare to respond if they do occur.
The fire triangle is a simple illustration that shows us the three components needed to create a fire. In this video lesson, we demonstrate putting out fires using each of the three sides of the fire triangle.
How you inspect and wear your fall protection will have a big impact on how effective it is. In this quick video lesson we cover the basics of a fall protection pre-use inspections, how to correctly put on a fall protection harness, and adjust it to fit the wearer appropriately.
In fall protection A is for anchorage, B is for body support, C is for connectors, and D is for descent and rescue. During this quick video lesson we demonstrate the use of all 4 to make sure work at heights can be safely. Download our free fall protection plan and fall rescue plan and follow along!
In fall protection A is for anchorage, B is for body support, and C is for connectors. During this quick video lesson we demonstrate the use of all 3 to make the personal fall arrest system simple and easy to implement.
Fall protection equipment can be a great investment in safety, but only if it's used and cared for correctly. In this quick video lesson, we demonstrate how to correctly clean and store fall protection harnesses to help to extend their use and make sure they perform when needed.
When using fall protection, the competent and qualified person on site have distincly different roles. Understanding these roles and how they interact can help to create a safer workplace for all. In this quick video lesson, we describe the roles of qualified and competent people onsite simply and effectively.
Prior to starting work at heights, there are 3 questions we need to ask ourselves to make sure we are identifying the hazards and reducing our risk. In this quick video lesson, we'll go over the best fall protection to use, how to use a fall protection plan and how to plan the job for success. Download our Fall Protection Plan template and follow along!
The Golden Gate Bridge was the first construction project in the United States to require the use of fall protection. This project proved without a doubt, that fall protection saves lives. In this short video lesson, we take the lessons from the Golden Gate Bridge project and apply them to what they can teach us about fall protection today.
Athletes can experience an enormous amount of physical challenges in their work. So how do they prevent injuries? In this video toolbox talk, we take a look at what we can learn from athletes about preventing injuries and ergonomic issues in the workplace.
Musculoskeletal injuries, also known as MSI's, are the #1 work-related injury in the United States. The good news is, soft tissue injuries like this are highly preventable. In this body mechanics and ergonomics toolbox talk, we give quick simple advice to prevent ergonomic injuries and take proactive steps at the first signs and symptoms.
Proper ergonomic office and workstation set up can make a huge difference in the amount of pain employees feel at the end of the day. In this toolbox talk video, we cover the basics of good office and workstation set up including screen height, neutral positioning, and taking a break to move periodically.
Ergonomic injuries are highly preventable and a few simple tips can often help to reduce pain and the chance of injury. In this short video lesson, we cover 3 quick tips to reduce strain on the body during lifting, moving objects, and other work tasks.
Reducing ergonomic risks may seem confusing at first, but when we approach risks using the hierarchy of controls, we have an easy method to follow. In this quick toolbox talk video, we go over how to reduce ergonomic risks starting with elimination, substitution, engineering controls, administrative controls, and ending with personal protective equipment.
Fast, decisive actions when evacuating can make the difference between life and death. In this quick video course, we cover the basics of how to evacuate safely.
Knowing the roles and responsibilities we each have during an evacuation is a critical part of effective emergency response. In this quick video lesson, we cover the typical emergency roles and responsibilities so employees will know who to go to in the event of an emergency.
Knowing how to respond if someone is suffering from electrical shock is a critical part of electrical safety. In this short video quiz, we cover the basics of how to respond if someone has suffered from electrical shock, how to protect yourself and the basics of electrical first aid.
Need a quick refresher on some basic electrical safety tips? This quick video lesson features 6 electrical safety tips, covering the most common issues from removing grounding prongs to daisy-chaining electrical cords.
Arc flash is a serious electrical hazard that needs to be understood by non-electrical and electrical workers to ensure they can work safely near arc flash hazards. In this quick video lesson, we use 3d animations to show how arc flash occurs and provide information on how to prevent it.
Electrical shock can happen in an instant. Understand how shock occurs and the factors that contribute to injury, can help to save a life. In this short video course, we use 3d animation to illustrate how electrical shock happens so employees can take the steps needed to protect themselves.
For most non-electrical workers, the basics of electricity were covered in high school science class and never discussed again. In this short video lesson, we return to the basics of electricity to help provide a simple refresher on basic terms like atoms, electrons, current, resistance and more.
There's a difference between knowing the facts around seatbelt use and seeing the difference illustrated using a crash test dummy. In this video microcourse, we focus on a demonstration of a crash when a dummy is not using a seatbelt, using a lapbelt only, and using a lap belt and shoulder strap combination.
We all know that driving under the influence of alcohol or drugs can lead to accients. However, what often gets forgotten are drugs that are legal like prescription medications, and depending on the state, marijuana. In this short, video course, we go over the facts about how impaired driving impacts the driver.
We all know speeding can increase your risk of an accident, but did you know that speed limits were designed for daytime and clear conditions? In this short video microcourse, we talk about how the speed you travel can sometimes be too fast if the conditions aren't optimal. We also look at practical ways to reduce risk and reduce driving time that don't involve speeding.
When we talk about driving safety, we talk a lot about actions but our emotional state can have a bigger impact on our driving skills than almost anything else. In this short video lesson, we focus on fatigue, road rage, and carelessness and how these states can increase the risk for an accident.
Driving distracted is the single biggest contributor to accidents, in this short, video course we cover the facts on distracted driving with a special focus on texting and driving.
Doing excavation and trenching jobs safely starts with assessing the hazards. In this quick video lesson we cover what you need to consider before you dig and how to plan the job safely.
Do you know the right way to respond if there's a trench collapse? When do you know if it's safe to attempt rescue? In this quick video lesson, we give you pointers on how to respond to a trench collapse to get help quickly and keep yourself and others safe.
For anyone who works on excavation sites, it's important to have a general understanding of soil types. This helps to identify hazards, understand the cave-in risk, and select the appropriate protective system for the job. In this video lesson, we talk about the differences between cohesive and granular soil. We dig into the four major soil types; type A, type B, type C, and solid rock with examples of each
Excavations and trenches are generally protected from collapse by one of four major protective systems; benching, sloping, shoring, and shielding. These systems can be confusing at first. In this short video lesson, we have fun illustrating the differences between these systems using items typically found in your home kitchen.
Skid-steer loaders may be small and easy to operate, but they also tend to be one of the most hazardous pieces of machinery on the jobsite. In this video toolbox talk, we cover three basic skid-steer safety tips you need to know; respect the interlocks, avoiding getting hit by the machine and the load, and lastly, understanding the operator's blind spots.