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Walking-Working Surfaces- DVD Training

Walking-Working Surfaces- DVD Training

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$355.00
Product code: 38334

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Designed to help employees and their supervisors understand the OSHA Walking-Working Surfaces rule and their responsibilities.
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Walking-Working Surfaces compliance date for training employees on fall and equipment hazards: May 17, 2017
  • Slips, trips and falls can happen in any area of any workplace — from the office to the production floor to the loading dock to the warehouse and everywhere in between.
  • According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, slip, trip and fall hazards cause the majority of general industry workplace accidents and cost employers billions of dollars each year in lost productivity and business. The good news is that OSHA believes many of these injuries can be prevented by following existing regulations and recommended safe work practices.
  • OSHA regulates slips, trips and falls under Subpart D, "Walking-Working Surfaces." These requirements apply to all general industry workplaces. It also covers all walking and work surfaces within these workplaces regardless of operations, including floors, aisles, stairs, ladders, platforms, roofs, etc.
  • After completing Walking Working Surfaces: What You Need to Know for Supervisors and Employees:
    • Supervisors will be able to:
      • Recognize when a hazard assessment is required
      • Identify when an inspection is required
      • Recognize additional fall protection options
      • Determine when/if training is required
      • Identify a qualified person to develop and conduct the training
    • Employees will be able to:
      • Recognize the impact of the new standard
      • Identify their own responsibilities in terms of hazard assessments, inspections, fall protection, and training
    • English & Spanish available all in one program
    • Ready-to-use training program includes several components
    • Closed-captioned for the hearing impaired
  • 15-minute Supervisor Video - Designed to help employees and their supervisors understand the Walking-Working Surfaces rule and their responsibilities under the new standard.
  • 15-minute Employee Video - Designed to help employees and their supervisors understand the Walking-Working Surfaces rule and their responsibilities under the new standard.
  • Trainer Guide (not sold separately) - Valuable resource for the trainer that overviews the key points and guidelines covered in the video. Also provides background info on the topic covered in the video as well as training objectives and methods to help trainers create effective and memorable training sessions.
  • Walking Working Surfaces Employee Handbook - Product Code:50483 (English) - Addresses the new employee training requirements set forth in the recent Walking-Working Surfaces rulemaking. 125 pages. Perfect-bound.
  • Walking Working Surfaces Employee Handbook - Product Code: 50633 (Spanish) - Addresses the new employee training requirements set forth in the recent Walking-Working Surfaces rulemaking. 125 pages. Perfect-bound.
  • Awareness Poster - Product Code: 50635 (English) -17x22"
  • Awareness Poster - Product Code: 50634 (Spanish) - 17x22"

Supervisor DVD Main Menu

  • Play Program - Plays entire main program (running time: 15 minutes).
  • Chapter Selections - Allows easy access to specific sub-topics for more focused training.
    • Introduction
    • Hazard Assessment
      • What's Required (identify and evaluate slip, trip, and fall hazards and provide appropriate fall protection, which may include guardrail systems, designated areas, personal fall protection, etc.)
      • How to Comply (your company may create a written safety plan – follow it)
    • Inspections
      • What's Required (conduct inspections regularly and as necessary and maintain all walking-working surfaces in their workplace)
      • How to Comply (set and follow an inspection schedule and develop and use inspection checklists)
    • Fall Protection
      • What's Required (determine appropriate fall protection method/system for the work area, (including guardrail systems and handrails, covers, personal fall protection, designated areas, and safety net systems), and ensure the fall protection's performance, inspection, use, and maintenance adhere to the regulations)
      • How to Comply (assess all options available and user's level of familiarity on a case-by-case basis)
    • Training
      • What's Required (provide training that enables employees to recognize the hazards of falling and the procedures to be followed to minimize these hazards)
      • How to Comply (the company will designate a qualified person to design a training curriculum that is understandable and covers the necessary topics related to the employees' job and work area, additionally the company will make available a qualified person to answer questions during the training session. Training may include information on the following topics: fall hazards and procedures, personal fall protection systems, equipment hazards, placing and securing dockboards, and designated area set-up and use.)
    • Conclusion

     

    Employee DVD Main Menu

  • Play Program - Plays entire main program (running time: 15 minutes).
  • Chapter Selections - Allows easy access to specific sub-topics for more focused training.
    • Introduction
    • Hazard Assessment
      • What's Required of Your Employer (identify and evaluate slip, trip, and fall hazards and provide appropriate fall protection, which may include guardrail systems, designated areas, personal fall protection, etc.)
      • How it Impacts You (your employer may ask you to help identify, report, and eliminate slip, trip, and fall hazards)
    • Inspections
      • What's Required of Your Employer (conduct inspections regularly and as necessary and maintain all walking-working surfaces in their workplace)
      • How it Impacts You (your employer may ask or require you to inspect equipment and personal fall protection systems before you use them)
    • Fall Protection
      • What's Required of Your Employer (determine appropriate fall protection method/system for the work operation, (including guardrail systems and handrails, covers, personal fall protection systems, designated areas, and safety net systems), and ensure the fall protection's performance, inspection, use, and maintenance adhere to the regulations)
      • How it Impacts You (your employer has more options in terms of fall protection than ever before)
    • Training
      • What's Required of Your Employer (provide training that enables employees to recognize the hazards of falling and the procedures to be followed to minimize these hazards)
      • How it Impacts You (you will be the recipient of training and retraining when necessary as it applies to your work area and job requirements. Training may include information on the following topics: fall hazards and procedures, personal fall protection systems, equipment hazards, placing and securing dockboards, and designated area set-up and use.)
    • Conclusion

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