OSHA General & New Hire
Understanding OSHA and how it protects employee health and safety are important parts to having a successful workplace environment. Orientation can provide employees with this information along with the necessary safety procedures for their job. It covers the specific details about workplace hazards and provides an opportunity to learn about the company and their co-workers, ask questions and to clarify new or confusing information.
- 13 min, 2007, Marcom
SKU: 2321Employees new to a job are more likely to be hurt in an accident. This can be avoided through an effective safety orientation before they begin work. This comprehensive video trains your employees to anticipate the possibility of accidents ...
- 9 min, Training Network
SKU: 3379Many OSHA standards require employers to train their workers in the safety and health areas of their jobs. This program provides employees an overview of the most common safety hazards found in workplace and the proper precautions needed ...
- 13 min, 2009, BASC Group
SKU: 2567This program was designed to help new employees acclimate to workplace safety and OSHA guidelines. Complete your employees' initial safety orientation using this comprehensive video. By thoroughly covering four areas that all employees ...
- 8 min, 2010, Safety Source
SKU: 3477Temporary workers have their own unique set of rights and hazards. Proper training is one of the best ways to ensure their safety and well-being. This program covers the most common hazards Staffing Service employees face in a wide range ...
- 13 min, 2011, Training Network
SKU: 2831Newly hired employees are especially prone to being injured, causing injury to others and causing equipment damage. A thorough and effective safety orientation program gives new hires the tools to develop good safety habits and hazard ...
- 10 min, 2011, Safety Source
SKU: 2757The new CAL-OSHA law AB 2774, radically affects how Cal-OSHA defines the term Serious Violation, and has far reaching consequences for employers, managers and supervisors. These changes could lead to far more citations, higher penalties ...
- 2013, BLR
SKU: 2942This is a coordinated safety training program delivering everything you need to conduct the required OSHA training in one package. It covers every OSHA-required training topic and gives you four new or revised safety training sessions ...
- 10 min, 2013, ERI
SKU: 3012In just an instant, a workplace injury can transform a productive worker into one who is unable to work. This is why workplace injuries must be prevented and why all employees are needed to make our safety program work. This program ...
- by Mark Moran
SKU: 3098An OSHA Inspector is at your Door. Are You Prepared? Thousands of OSHA inspectors are employed by both Federal & State governments. Their inspections have led to millions of OSHA citations against employers. OSHA compliance officers ...
- 2014, Training Network
SKU: 3213The Occupational Safety and Health Administration recently updated its recordkeeping rule (29 CFR Part 1904) to include two key changes. First, the rule updates the list of industries that are exempt from the requirement to keep injury and ...