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  • 5 Minutes Level: Foundational
    This course reviews the procedures you should follow when conducting a physical inspection of your forklift. It’s up to you, the professional operator, to ensure your electric powered lift truck is safe and ready for operation.
    Topics: Workplace Safety, Safety Orientation/Onboarding
    Industry Settings: Industrial & Manufacturing, Retail
    Target Audience: General
  • 5 Minutes Level: Foundational
    This course reviews the basic characteristics of electric current and the component parts of an electrical circuit. Electrons flow in a specified path and only in that specified path performing work on demand. Certain materials conduct that flow while others insulate it.
    Topics: Workplace Safety, Safety Orientation/Onboarding
    Industry Settings: Healthcare, Industrial & Manufacturing, Office & General, Retail
    Target Audience: General
  • 5 Minutes Level: Foundational
    A fire can occur anytime, anywhere and from a wide variety of causes. This SafetyBytes® course describes how a fire actually works - the elements needed for one to start.
    Topics: Workplace Safety, Safety Orientation/Onboarding
    Industry Settings: Healthcare, Industrial & Manufacturing, Office & General, Retail
    Target Audience: General
  • 5 Minutes Level: Foundational
    Thousands of workers every year suffer from preventable hearing loss due to high workplace noise levels. In this SafetyBytes® lesson, we’ll discuss audiometric testing.
    Topics: Workplace Safety, Safety Orientation/Onboarding
    Industry Settings: Industrial & Manufacturing, Retail
    Target Audience: General
  • 5 Minutes Level: Foundational
    Chemicals and materials that help create everything from the microchips in our computers, to the medicines that improve our health, can pose a hazard, IF they are not handled safely. In this lesson, we’ll discuss various classes of hazardous substances and the effect they have on certain body organs.
    Topics: Workplace Safety, Safety Orientation/Onboarding
    Industry Settings: Healthcare, Industrial & Manufacturing
    Target Audience: General
  • 6 Minutes Level: Foundational
    As useful as chlorine is, it also presents a health hazard. Even in very weak concentrations, even less than one part per million, exposure to chlorine causes burning of the eyes, nose, and throat. In this SafetyBytes® module, we’ll review the chemical properties of chlorine.
    Topics: Workplace Safety, Safety Orientation/Onboarding
    Industry Settings: Industrial & Manufacturing
    Target Audience: General
  • 6 Minutes Level: Foundational
    If chlorine is used within your facility, you must evaluate your operating manual to make sure all important topics are covered. In this SafetyBytes® course, we’ll discuss chlorine leaks in regards to planning and investigations.
    Topics: Workplace Safety, Safety Orientation/Onboarding
    Industry Settings: Industrial & Manufacturing
    Target Audience: General
  • 8 Minutes Level: Foundational
    A physical hazard is a substance that is likely to burn or support fire; may explode or release high pressures that can inflict bodily injury; or can spontaneously react on its own, or when exposed to water. In this SafetyBytes® course, we’ll discuss common physical hazard terms.
    Topics: Workplace Safety, Safety Orientation/Onboarding
    Industry Settings: Industrial & Manufacturing, Office & General
    Target Audience: General
  • 5 Minutes Level: Foundational
    If your facility generates hazardous waste, then you need to understand the regulations regarding its accumulation. In this SafetyBytes® lesson, we’ll address the different types of hazardous waste accumulation areas.
    Topics: Workplace Safety, Handling Hazardous Materials
    Industry Settings: Industrial & Manufacturing
    Target Audience: General
  • 5 Minutes Level: Foundational
    There are regulations in the workplace to protect your breathing. The regulations are based on the sources of danger or hazards to your respiratory system that may be in the air you breathe. In this SafetyBytes® lesson, we’ll discuss systems to help air quality.
    Topics: Workplace Safety, Safety Orientation/Onboarding
    Industry Settings: Industrial & Manufacturing
    Target Audience: General
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