Construction Safety Orientation For Employees - DVD Training Program

Safety orientation every new construction employee should have.
235DVD (12113)
Includes updated info on OSHA's revised Hazard Communication Standard with GHS provisions.

  • Helps you provide an introduction to OSHA for new employees
  • Explains the "what" and "why" of various OSHA construction topics, including what to look for and be aware of while on the job>
  • Covers the basics that every employee should know about, including ...
    • hand and power tools
    • PPE
    • forklift safety
    • lockout/tagout
    • hazard communication
    • emergency response
    • slips, trips, and falls
    • fire protection
    • electrical safety
  • Ready-to-use training program includes additional components
  • Closed-captioned for the hearing impaired

  • (1) 24-Minute Closed-Captioned DVD - Combines engaging video and editing technology with expertise from industry professionals at all levels.
  • (1) Leader's Guide - Product Code: 7308 (235-VB) - Provides you with background information and training tips to make the most of each training session.
  • (1) Training Log - Helps trainers record essential details.

  • Play Program - Plays entire main program.
  • Chapter Selections - Allows easy access to specific subtopics for more focused training.
      Introduction - Introduces jobsite safety, addresses OSHA training requirements and workers' contributions to a safe jobsite.
    • Hazard Communication - Explains what "Right to Know" is, and the function of warning labels and MSDSs.
    • Emergency Response - Explains that employers must have plans that state what workers must do in case an emergency occurs; discusses worker responsibilities and HAZWOPER requirements.
    • Fire Safety - Explains that employers must have a fire fighting program for all phases of construction and demolition; discusses worker responsibilites, safe evacuations, and fire prevention methods.
    • Housekeeping - Explains why housekeeping is essential to jobsite safety and discusses good housekeeping practices.
    • Slips, Trips, & Falls - Discusses ways workers can prevent slips, trips and falls.
    • Personal Protective Equipment - Discusses the importance of PPE, different kinds of PPE, and how it protects workers from jobsite hazards.
    • Medical Services & First Aid - Discusses the steps for dealing with a medical emergency.
    • Hand & Power Tools - Explains safe tool use with a number of safety tips.
    • Materials Handling & Storage - Discusses proper stacking techniques and use of slings, fastenings and attachments of handling/rigging equipment.
    • Electrical Safety - Explains how electricity works and the dangers of it; discusses methods used to control electrical hazards and working near power lines.
    • Other Safety Issues - Brief look at lockout/tagout, trenching and shoring, and confined spaces.
    • Conclusion - Wraps the program up and welcomes new employees to the company.
  • Quiz - 10 interactive questions; offers correct/incorrect remediation to reinforce effectiveness of training.
  • Hazard Perception Challenges (3) - Helps sharpen hazard perception skills using scenarios that relate to the program topics.
  • Hazard Communication: Regulation and Risk Preview - Gives a sneak peek of the hazard communication training program.
  • Lockout/Tagout: Your Key to Safety Preview - Gives a sneak peek of the lockout/tagout training program.