Worksite Safety Training
102-01 Slip, Trip, and Fall Prevention
When you complete this lesson, you will be able to recall safe practices for preventing slips, trips, and falls in the workplace.
- Identify the dual causes of slips, trips, and falls
- Describe common hazards in the workplace contributing to injury and death from falls, slips, and trips
- Recall safety measures to prevent slips, trips, and falls
- Identify employer requirements for ensuring slip, trip, and fall prevention
- Determine the responsibilities of employees in ensuring slip, trip, and fall prevention
102-02 Ladder Safety
When you complete this lesson, you will be able to identify the specifications regarding several different types of ladders and adhere to standard safety precautions for the use, maintenance, and storage of ladders.
This lesson satisfies the training requirements for OSHA standard 29 CFR 1926.1060 (a) (1) (i) through (v) and (b).
- Identify a variety of ladders and their specifications
- Describe safety concerns pertaining to the use of ladders
- Adhere to safety measures for the use, inspection, and maintenance of ladders
102-03 Portable Power and Hand Tool Safety
When you complete this lesson, you will be able to identify hazards associated with the use of hand and power tools. You will be able to prevent accident and injury in the workplace by adhering to safety practices and requirements.
This lesson satisfies the training requirements for OSHA regulation 29 CFR 1910 (Subpart P) section 241 through 244.
- Identify general tool safety procedures
- Identify hazards associated with power tools
- Identify different types of portable power tools
- Explain safety tips that should be utilized when using hand and power tools
- Describe general safety practices to be used when setting up a work area, selection of personal protective equipment, and utilizing tools at the work site
- Identify hazards and precautions taken when using electric powered tools, pneumatic powered tools, and fuel powered tools
- Identify hazards and precautions taken when using hand tools and portable power tools
102-04 Machine Hazards and Safety
When you complete this lesson, you will be able to identify common workplace hazards associated with operating machinery and apply safeguards to prevent injury and death in the workplace.
This lesson satisfies the training requirements for OSHA regulations 29 CFR 1910.212, 29 CFR 1910.213, 29 CFR 1910.215, 29 CFR 1910.217 and 29 CFR 1910.219.
- Identify common hazards associated with operating machinery
- Describe safeguards applied in the workplace to prevent accidents while operating machines
- Describe training requirements of a machine safety program
- Apply controls to the environment of machine operations to prevent injury and death
- Properly use personal protective equipment and machine guards to increase worker safety
102-05 Machine Guarding
When you complete this lesson, you will be able to adhere to machine guard safety requirements by describing the characteristics of a machine guard and explaining its function. This lesson satisfies the training requirements for OSHA standards 29 CFR 1910.212, 213, 215, 217, and 219.
- Identify the responsibilities of management, supervisors, and operators in maintaining machine guard safety
- Describe the characteristics and functions of machine guards
- Identify the hazards associated with the operation of machines and explain the importance of machine guards
102-06 Accident Causes, Prevention, and Investigation
When you complete this lesson, you will be able to recognize factors that cause accidents and methods to prevent accidents. In addition, you will understand the process of investigating an accident.
- Explain the difference between an accident and near-miss
- Define an unsafe act and unsafe condition
- Identify factors that can lead to an unsafe act or condition
- Discuss methods used to prevent an accident
- Explain the importance of a Job Hazard Analysis (JHA)
- Describe the purpose of an accident investigation
- Identify the basic components of an investigation report
102-07 Stationary Power Tool Safety
When you complete this lesson, you will be able to safely operate a number of stationary power tools by adhering to general work area safety requirements and specific requirements for many stationary power tools found in the workplace.
This lesson satisfies the training requirements for OSHA regulations 29 CFR 1910 (Subpart O) section 211 through 219.
- Adhere to safety standards and practices that oversee the workplace and operation of power tools
- Apply the requirements of specific stationary power tools commonly found in the workplace, including the table saw, the radial arm saw, the band saw and the jig saw, the wheel grinder, the drill press, the lathe, the bending machine or brake, metal shears, welding machines, and the milling machine
102-08 Laboratory Health and Safety
When you complete this lesson, you will understand how to safely work in a laboratory. In addition, you will also be able to describe the proper disposal of laboratory waste. This lesson satisfies the training requirements for OSHA regulation(s) 29 CFR 1910.1450.
- Identify the four categories of hazard identification signage
- Discuss common laboratory safe work practices
- Describe the appropriate personal protective equipment required when working in a laboratory
- Explain the proper usage of electrical and heating devices in a laboratory
- Identify the appropriate procedures when cryogenic liquids, laser-containing equipment and ultraviolet radiation are present in a laboratory
- Explain the general guidelines when using a centrifuge, microwave oven and autoclave
- Describe how to appropriately dispose of laboratory waste
102-09 Operator Fatigue
When you complete this lesson, you will be able to define and recognize symptoms of operator fatigue. You will also be able to recall the causes of operator fatigue, be familiar with ways to identify operator fatigue in yourself and others and identify ways to manage it.
- Define operator fatigue
- Define circadian rhythm
- Recognize the symptoms of operator fatigue
- Recall the causes of operator fatigue
- Identify ways to manage operator fatigue
102-10 Hazard Identification and Assessment
When you complete this lesson, you will be able to recall recommended practices for companywide safety and health programs regarding hazard identification and assessment.
- Know the steps for identifying and assessing hazards
- Identify what existing items can be collected to understand workplace hazards
- Describe how to inspect a workplace for safety hazards
- Describe how to identify workplace health hazards
- Explain the importance of incident investigation
- Identify emergency and non-routine situations
- Explain how to characterize, prioritize, and identify controls for hazards