Slips, Trips And Falls: How To Fall Properly And First Aid

Michele Kimmet

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This microlearning program on slips, trips and falls provides employees with specific facts about preventing accidents in the workplace. This microlearning demonstrates how to fall properly and some first aid basics if you need to aid someone who has fallen.

First Aid in Construction Environments

Michele Kimmet

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Accidents and injuries on job sites can happen anytime, anywhere for a variety of reasons. When they occur, a co-worker is often tasked with being the “first responder” until a trained medical person arrives on the scene. For this reason, building and construction workers need to be trained and educated on the basics of first aid. This course highlights the most common worksite injuries and illnesses and how to treat them; this includes showing workers what they should and should not do when someone is hurt. Use this course to show job site employees how to recognize and treat eye injuries, cuts, burns, abrasions, strains, fractures, sprains, shock, heart attacks, cardiac arrest events, choking, and heat-related illnesses. The more prepared your employees are, the greater chance for good outcomes when an emergency occurs.

First Aid

Michele Kimmet

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Accidents happen and depending on the nature or severity of the injury, time could be of the essence. Often employees are the first on the scene to respond when a co-worker gets injured or has a health emergency. This course discusses how to calmly and effectively manage a variety of first aid situations in the workplace. This first aid training demonstrates how to handle incidents such as eye injuries, cuts, burns, shock, strains, sprains, and a variety of other conditions. It is important for employees to know how to help a co-worker, and when to call for emergency medical assistance. Utilize this course to teach your staff to foster a clear protocol for understanding and handling first aid situations.

First Aid: Step Back for Safety

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This online course, part of the Step Back for Safety series, provides general first aid safety training for the workplace. The course lessons provide workers with information to help them respond appropriately to injuries at the workplace, keeping injured workers and themselves safe. The four P’s (preserve life, prevent further injury, promote recovery and protect yourself) provide the basic elements of first aid. Workers learn the importance of protecting themselves from bloodborne pathogens and infection. Making workers aware of the basics of first aid will help them properly respond to an injury and get the help necessary for the situation. Use this online video to introduce your employees to the fundamentals of first aid in the workplace.

First Aid: Workplace First Aid

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Every job has its dangers, and despite a good safety program, accidents happen. This Video On Demand discusses the most common accidents and injuries in the workplace, and provides a succinct overview on appropriate first aid. Viewers learn the importance of thinking and acting quickly, knowing where the First Aid kit is located, recognizing the symptoms of shock, heat stress and heart attack, and knowing when to call for emergency medical care. A health emergency can happen at any time, to anyone. Train your employees to recognize the most common emergency situations and provide effective and timely first aid. Quickly taking the right action can help minimize the seriousness of a medical emergency. Empower your employees to help their friends, families and co-workers when an accident or serious health-related incident occurs.

First Aid in Construction Environments

mark stevens

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No matter how many precautions we take on the job, accidents can still happen. Accidents happen every day, and your workers should learn what they can do to help themselves and their co-workers. With this online training course, your construction employees learn to recognize symptoms of illness or injury, first aid basics, and how to act quickly in case of an incident. Through this course, workers understand the daily hazards to watch out for while working. They learn how to react to these common types of injuries: eye injuries, cuts, blisters, burns, strains, breaks, and choking. This course also places an emphasis on heart-related emergencies and the importance of knowing how to care for a victim before medical professionals arrive. Use this online training video and prepare workers to use first aid basics when reacting to medical emergencies on the job site.

MRSA and Staph Infection: Prevention for Business and Industry

Michele Kimmet

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While some forms of bacteria are necessary for your body’s daily functioning, others can take a serious toll on your health. Staphylococcus, commonly known as “Staph,” is a bacterium that thrives in confined areas like hospitals, prisons, athletic facilities, offices and industrial locations. This training emphasizes prevention as the best cure for MRSA. Through reenactments, this program illustrates disease symptoms, as well as proper first aid and housekeeping techniques. This training prepares your employees to recognize infections, and follow personal hygiene and first aid procedures to prevent infections. Use the techniques modeled in this video to prevent MRSA & Staph from infecting your workplace.

Slips, Trips And Falls In Construction Environments

Michele Kimmet

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Many of us go through our work day and think very little, if at all, about the potential of and aftermath from slipping, tripping or falling at our job. A slip, trip or fall, although seemingly harmless, can be incredibly costly in terms of lost productivity, financial resources and broken bones, sprains or worse. The course discusses maintaining balance and explains one’s center of gravity, as well as how that can be impacted. The course also demonstrates the nature of a variety of walking surfaces, housekeeping and maintenance best practices, how to choose and wear appropriate footwear, and how one can fall with minimal risk. Viewers are also shown tips for first aid. Utilize this course among your construction workers to become better informed about the nature of slips, trips and falls, how they can be prevented, and how to handle them if they do occur on the jobsite.

Slips, Trips And Falls

Michele Kimmet

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Slips, trips and falls cause 17% of disabling occupational injuries and 15% of on-the-job fatalities. This training focuses on preventing slips and falls in the workplace. This course show employees how to prevent slips, trips and falls by showing them how to stand correctly and explaining the importance of the center of gravity. Knowing how to distribute one’s weight while carrying heavy loads or climbing ladders and reaching for goods up high, is a big part of preventing injuries from slips and falls. This course shows how to maintain clear and clean walking and working surfaces as a preventive measure. The video also demonstrates the use of proper footwear, and how to fall properly if you catch yourself succumbing to a slip, trip or fall. Finally, employees are given some first aid tips to assist a co-worker who has fallen. Use this course to help employees prevent slips, trips and falls and reduce their chance of injury if they do fall.

Laboratory Safety: The OSHA Formaldehyde Standard

Michele Kimmet

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The common use of formaldehyde combined with its dangerous properties has warranted OSHA’s creation of a specific standard for its use. This online video training course explains the OSHA Formaldehyde Standard by exploring the risks and explaining how to minimize those risks. This video course teaches employees how to protect themselves when working with formaldehyde including wearing appropriate personal protective equipment, how to monitor their level of exposure, how to clean up in case of a spill, and first aid in case of accidental contact. Employees who know how to work with it safely and how to properly handle exposures reduce the risk to themselves and other lab employees. Use this online training to help ensure the safety of your laboratory employees working with formaldehyde.