Objective: To learn the proper use and care of eye protection.
Most eye damage is permanent, therefore, eye protection is vital in hazardous situations. There are a variety of protective devices available for the eyes. Show workers examples of eye protective wear and discuss how and when to use each piece. Let workers examine and try on the eye gear. Review the true or false quiz.
Objective: To be able to properly use orchard ladders.
Ask employees to demonstrate using a tripod and extension ladder. Reinforce the proper way to use the ladders. Review the true or false quiz.
If a water test reveals a well is contaminated with bacteria, a series of actions are needed to protect the health of the family and visitors to the home.
First, don’t panic. Bacterial contamination of private wells is common. Studies show that more than 40 percent of individual water wells are contaminated with E coli bacteria.
Objective: To be able to properly lockout and tagout equipment.
If the employees are not familiar with the terms, it may be necessary to define them. An entire demonstration could be shown on locking out and tagging out a piece of equipment. Follow the procedure for lockout/tagout and adapt to fit various jobs. Review the true or false quiz.
Objective: To be able to recognize loading dock and warehouse hazards.
Walk through the workplace and discuss the various locations or jobs where injuries may occur. Encourage the employees to point out potential hazards. Below are some common hazards and prevention tips. Review the true or false quiz.
Objective: To know safety training is important and can reduce injuries.
This module offers introductory information about what makes safety training important, and provides a few general safety tips.
Helping a family member take care of his or her diabetes can be extremely frustrating, especially when that person is not following their physician-recommended regimen of checking their blood sugars, eating healthy, and being physically active. It is helpful to remember, however, that changing and then maintaining a new behavior is difficult. More importantly, when living with diabetes, family members likely need to change several behaviors all at once.