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  1. Proper Use of Ladders for Trainers and Supervisors

    Objective: Use ladders safely for construction and maintenance jobs. How to Use This Module Injuries can happen when someone falls from a ladder or uses it wrong. For this module:
  2. Preventing Machine Hazards for Trainers and Supervisors

    Objective: Prevent hazards involving machinery. Trainer’s Note Machinery is very helpful but potentially dangerous. For this module:
  3. Preventing Lifting and Overexertion Injuries for Trainers and Supervisors

    Objective: Lift properly to minimize risk of injuries. Trainer’s Note Problems and injuries can arise from overexertion. For this module:
  4. Preventing Falls for Trainers and Supervisors

    Objective: Use safe practices to prevent falls. Trainer’s Note Falls happen quickly and are unexpected. And they can cause serious injuries. For this module:
  5. Preventing Falls from Trees for Trainers and Supervisors

    Objective: To prevent falls while trimming or pruning tree limbs. Trainer’s Note Falls can occur while trimming or pruning trees if safety precautions are not taken. For this module:
  6. Personal Protective Equipment for Pesticides for Trainers and Supervisors

    Objective: Choose the proper protection for pesticide application. Trainer’s Note Personal Protection Equipment (PPE) is critical in working with pesticides safely. For this module:
  7. Power Lawn Mowers for Trainers and Supervisors

    Objective: Operate power lawn mowers according to safety guidelines. Trainer’s Note Safe lawn mowing practices can prevent injuries. For this module:
  8. Personal Eye Protection for Trainers and Supervisors

    Objective: Describe the proper selection, use, and care of eye protection. Trainer’s Note Most eye damage is permanent. Therefore, eye protection is vital in hazardous situations. For this module:
  9. Poison Ivy, Poison Oak, and Poison Sumac for Trainers and Supervisors

    Objective: Avoid contact with poison ivy, poison oak, and poison sumac, and treat reactions to these poisonous plants. Trainer’s Note Poison ivy, poison oak, and poison sumac can cause a nasty reaction. For this module:
  10. Pesticide Exposure for Trainers and Supervisors

    Objective: Identify the types and causes of pesticide exposure and how to prevent them. Trainer’s Note Pesticides are common and useful but they can also be harmful, even toxic. For this module:

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