Creating a Safe Industrial Workplace

Every 7 seconds, somebody gets injured on the job – and of the top 5 places where people most commonly get injured, four of them are in industrial workplaces. We think it’s fine to take risks – go skydiving if you want to, or drink some milk past the expiration date if you’re feeling especially daring – but there’s no good reason to take unnecessary risks in a place where accidents are so frequent and often extremely serious.

That’s why we developed the Creating a Safe Industrial Workplace training course, a dynamic and highly entertaining educational course designed to help you avoid the most common (and most dangerous) accidents that happen in industrial locations. If you’d rather not be electrocuted or pass out from lack of oxygen or fall off a roof into a pile of jagged metal, then we’ve got you covered.

Now it’s true that safety is no laughing matter. But that doesn’t mean you can’t laugh while we talk about it. Safety training is often about as much fun as power washing your deck, but we’ve loaded each lesson with enough jokes, skits, and stupidly ridiculous actions that you should manage to have a little fun. 

Learning Objectives:

  • How to avoid injury while lifting, and when to ask for help (yes, you will sometimes need it!)
  • How to recognize hazards and prevent accidents while working in confined spaces
  • Proper procedure while working from heights, both tethered and untethered
  • Avoiding slips, trips, falls, as well as eliminating the conditions that typically cause them
  • What to do in the event of an industrial fire
  • How to avoid electrical shock and/or death
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What Is Included In This Course? 

- 6 videos with knowledge check questions
- Final quiz
- Closed captions (English and Spanish)
- Video transcripts
- Certificate available upon completion

Video Titles:

- Proper Lifting Techniques
- Working Safely in Confined Spaces
- Working Safely from Heights
- Slips, Trips & Falls
- Fire Prevention
- Preventing Electrical Shock

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