Contractor Safety - A Contract for Safety™ Part 1
10 Minutes Level: Intermediate
The first part in this series for Contractor Safety covers the use of seat belts, fire prevention, hazard communication, house keeping, ladders, scaffolding, lockout/tagout, as well as welding and burning.
Target Audience: General
- Audio Narration (Male)
Over the years our company has achieved an excellent safety record. Our commitment to safety is shared by our employees, our management, and our outside contractors. People like you. The contract you have with our company isn’t just a contract to perform work; it’s a contract for safety. That contract for work is important to us but even more important is your safety as well as the safety of our employees and our operation. To ensure your safety while on site, our facility has established a number of practices and procedures.
The first part in this eLearning series for Contractor Safety covers the use of seat belts, fire prevention, hazard communication, house keeping, ladders, scaffolding, lockout/tagout, as well as welding and burning.
- Industrial & Manufacturing
- Office & General
- Male Narrator
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