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Safety.BLR.com's What's New page is where you will find all of the most recent content added and updated to the site in the last 14 days. See the latest regulatory activity, updated regulatory analysis, training sessions, and more.
Regulatory Analysis
We are continually updating our state and national regulatory analysis to help you keep up with the changing regs. See the updated section on the What's New page to find all of the topics.
New Documents
Notices:
The Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration has requested responses to specific questions and any supporting data the Agency should consider in the potential development of a Beyond Compliance program.
Final Rules:
The Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA) has amended the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Regulations (FMCSRs) to require certified medical examiners (MEs) performing physical examinations of commercial motor vehicle (CMV) drivers to use a newly developed Medical Examination Report (MER) Form, MCSA-5875, in place of the current MER Form and to use Form MCSA-5876 for the Medical Examiner's Certificate (MEC); and report results of all CMV drivers' physical examinations performed (including the results of examinations where the driver was found not to be qualified) to FMCSA by midnight (local time) of the next calendar day following the examination.
Questions & Answers:
There are no OSHA requirements to make and maintain daily logs for preventive maintenance of equipment. The Agency requires operators to establish a preventive maintenance program based on the manufacturers’ recommendations (29 CFR 1910.179).
White Papers:
Thirty percent of adult U.S. workers—or 40.6 million workers—sleep 6 or fewer hours a day, despite the fact that almost all adults need at least 7 hours of sleep, according to the National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health (NIOSH). Workers who get insufficient sleep put themselves and others at risk.
Regulatory Analysis:
Employers must provide personal protective equipment (PPE) and training to each employee who is or may be exposed to physical or health hazards in the workplace when engineering and administrative controls cannot feasibly or effectively reduce exposures to safe levels.
PowerPoints:
The objective of this session is to help your workers recognize electrical hazards on the job and take the proper precautions to protect themselves from electrical shocks and burns, and to protect the facility from electrical fires.
Speaker's Notes:
The objective of this session is to help your workers recognize electrical hazards on the job and take the proper precautions to protect themselves from electrical shocks and burns, and to protect the facility from electrical fires. Use these speaker's notes to accompany the Electrical Safety for Healthcare Workers - Unqualified PowerPoint presentation.
Handouts:
The objective of this session is to help your workers recognize electrical hazards on the job and take the proper precautions to protect themselves from electrical shocks and burns, and to protect the facility from electrical fires. Use this handout to accompany the Electrical Safety for Healthcare Workers - Unqualified PowerPoint presentation.
Training Exercises:
The objective of this session is to help your workers recognize electrical hazards on the job and take the proper precautions to protect themselves from electrical shocks and burns, and to protect the facility from electrical fires. Use this training exercise to accompany the Electrical Safety for Healthcare Workers - Unqualified PowerPoint presentation.
The objective of this session is to help your workers recognize electrical hazards on the job and take the proper precautions to protect themselves from electrical shocks and burns, and to protect the facility from electrical fires. Use this training exercise to accompany the Electrical Safety for Healthcare Workers - Unqualified PowerPoint presentation.
Quizzes:
The objective of this session is to help your workers recognize electrical hazards on the job and take the proper precautions to protect themselves from electrical shocks and burns, and to protect the facility from electrical fires. Use this quiz to accompany the Electrical Safety for Healthcare Workers - Unqualified PowerPoint presentation.
The objective of this session is to help your workers recognize electrical hazards on the job and take the proper precautions to protect themselves from electrical shocks and burns, and to protect the facility from electrical fires. Use this quiz to accompany the Electrical Safety for Healthcare Workers - Unqualified PowerPoint presentation.
Trainer's Guides:
The objective of this session is to help your workers recognize electrical hazards on the job and take the proper precautions to protect themselves from electrical shocks and burns, and to protect the facility from electrical fires. Use this trainer's guide to accompany the Electrical Safety for Healthcare Workers - Unqualified PowerPoint presentation.
Audio Presentations:
The objective of this session is to help your workers recognize electrical hazards on the job and take the proper precautions to protect themselves from electrical shocks and burns, and to protect the facility from electrical fires.
Questions & Answers:
There is no OSHA requirement concerning testing employees on workplace safety training. The Agency requires that employees understand the training provided—and compliance officers will verify this during an inspection. Training must be provided “in a manner” or “in a language” that is understandable to employees—the information presented in a manner the recipient is capable of understanding.
Training Tips:
LifeCourse Associates has released Why Generations Matter, a research report that uncovers what each generation values in an employer and how well the needs of different generations of workers are—or are not—being met. Today’s Training Tip reviews the findings and, in particular, what the generations want regarding training and technology.
White Papers:
Our cell phones, tablets, and laptops have become essential parts of our jobs. We use them to store safety data sheets and safe work procedures, measure sound levels, keep in contact with remote workers, and perform many other business-related functions. But if we’re not careful how and when we use them, these devices might create a hazard by distracting us from work at critical moments.
Proposed Rules:
The Occupational Safety and Health Administration has issued a request for information to assist the Agency in determining what steps, if any, it can take to prevent injuries and fatalities during tower work.
PowerPoints:
The objective of this session is to make your employees aware of security risks and what they can do to help prevent security breaches. By the end of the session, they should be able to understand the company's security policy and procedures, take personal security measures on the job and commuting to work, identify requirements for protecting computer networks and sensitive business information, and help prevent workplace theft.
Speaker's Notes:
The objective of this session is to make your employees aware of security risks and what they can do to help prevent security breaches. Use these speaker's notes to accompany the Spanish Workplace Security for Employees PowerPoint presentation.
Quizzes:
The objective of this session is to make your employees aware of security risks and what they can do to help prevent security breaches. Use this quiz to accompany the Spanish Workplace Security for Employees PowerPoint presentation.
Audio Presentations:
The objective of this session is to make your employees aware of security risks and what they can do to help prevent security breaches. By the end of the session, they should be able to understand the company's security policy and procedures, take personal security measures on the job and commuting to work, identify requirements for protecting computer networks and sensitive business information, and help prevent workplace theft.
The objective of this session is to help employees deal effectively and safely with threats and incidents of workplace violence. By the end of this session, employees will be able to identify the risks and causes of workplace violence; recognize potential perpetrators of violence; spot the signs of violence; respond effectively to threats and violent acts; and help prevent violence in the facility.
The objective of this session is to provide workers with useful information about wellness. By the end of this session, they should be able to define wellness and recognize its benefits; identify the six basic requirements of a healthy life; take proper precautions to prevent illness; and live a healthier life.
Updated Documents
Policies:
This document discusses the importance of developing strong safety policies at your facility, provides tips for writing effective policies, and explains how to use BLR's customizable safety policies at your facility.
PowerPoints:
The objective of this session is to provide safety tips for driving in extreme weather so that your employees can avoid accidents and breakdowns. By the end of the session, employees should be able to recognize extreme weather driving hazards, identify appropriate safe driving precautions for different weather conditions, prepare themselves and their vehicles for any kind of weather, and prevent accidents and reach their destination safely when driving in extreme weather conditions.
The objective of this session is to teach your employees to read and understand the information on GHS-compliant chemical labels. By the end of the session, employees should be able to identify a chemical using its label, interpret the signal word on the label, recognize the hazard symbol or pictogram, interpret the label's hazard statement, and know what precautions to take with the chemical.
Speaker's Notes:
The objective of this session is to teach your employees to read and understand the information on GHS-compliant chemical labels. Use these speaker's notes to accompany the Understanding Chemical Labels Under GHS PowerPoint presentation.
Audio Presentations:
The objective of this session is to teach your employees to read and understand the information on GHS-compliant chemical labels. By the end of the session, employees should be able to identify a chemical using its label, interpret the signal word on the label, recognize the hazard symbol or pictogram, interpret the label's hazard statement, and know what precautions to take with the chemical.
Speaker's Notes:
Motor carriers whose drivers are involved in interstate commerce are required to comply with the federal Hours of Service Rule. According to this rule, you must require CMV drivers who drive interstate to record their duty status for each 24-hour period on a daily log. Use these speaker's notes to accompany the Commercial Motor Vehicle Driver Logs PowerPoint presentation.
PowerPoints:
Motor carriers whose drivers are involved in interstate commerce are required to comply with the federal Hours of Service Rule. According to this rule, you must require CMV drivers who drive interstate to record their duty status for each 24-hour period on a daily log. Use this PowerPoint presentation to train your workers on these requirements.
Audio Presentations:
This training session covers the safety aspects of welding, cutting, and brazing. It includes important information about how to reduce the risk of serious injuries when performing these operations. Even if your workers are experienced welders, this session includes useful reminders about how to do these jobs safely.
Speaker's Notes:
This training session covers the safety aspects of welding, cutting, and brazing. It includes important information about how to reduce the risk of serious injuries when performing these operations. Even if your workers are experienced welders, this session includes useful reminders about how to do these jobs safely. Use these speaker's notes to accompany the Welding and Cutting Safety PowerPoint presentation.
Quizzes:
The objective of this session is to provide your workers with the information they need to work safely outdoors. By the end of the session, they should be able to identify outdoor hazards, take proper precautions to prevent injury or illness, and apply effective first aid in the event of an injury or exposure. Use this quiz to accompany the Working Safely Outdoors PowerPoint presentation.
This training session covers the safety aspects of welding, cutting, and brazing. It includes important information about how to reduce the risk of serious injuries when performing these operations. Even if your workers are experienced welders, this session includes useful reminders about how to do these jobs safely. Use this quiz to accompany the Welding and Cutting Safety PowerPoint presentation.
Audio Presentations:
The objective of this training session is to help your employees prevent accidents and injuries while working in the warehouse and loading dock. By the end of the session, they should be able to identify warehouse hazards; prevent back injuries; work safely with material handling equipment; protect against accidents on the loading dock; stack materials safely; and prevent slips, trips, and falls.
By the end of this session, your employees will be able to identify benzene hazards; The objective of this training session is to help your employees work safely with benzene. By the end of the session, employees should be able to identify benzene hazards; understand exposure limits; use engineering controls, safe work practices, and personal protective equipment to prevent exposures; and know what to do in an emergency involving benzene.
PowerPoints:
The objective of this session is to describe the purpose of the Globally Harmonized System for the Classification and Labelling of Chemicals (GHS) and to introduce your employees to the safety data sheet (SDS). By the end of the session, they should be able to understand the GHS and how it affects hazard communication in the workplace; recognize how the SDS improves access to vital safe, health, and environmental information about chemicals used in the workplace; and identify the 16 sections of the SDS and the information contained in each section.
Speaker's Notes:
The objective of this session is to describe the purpose of the Globally Harmonized System for the Classification and Labelling of Chemicals (GHS) and to introduce your employees to the safety data sheet (SDS). Use these speaker's notes to accompany the Understanding the Safety Data Sheet PowerPoint presentation.
PowerPoints:
The objective of this session is to help your supervisors prevent slips, trips, and falls among they employees they manage. By the end of this session, they should be able to identify slip, trip, and fall hazards in the workplace; eliminate slip, trip, and fall hazards in work areas they supervise; prevent falls on stairs and from ladders; help employees prevent slips, trips, and falls outdoors and at home; and teach employees how to minimize injuries if they fall.
Speaker's Notes:
The objective of this session is to help your supervisors prevent slips, trips, and falls among they employees they manage. Use these speaker's notes to accompany the Slips, Trips, and Falls--What Supervisors Need to Know PowerPoint presentation.
The objective of this session is to provide your workers with the information they need to work safely outdoors. By the end of the session, they should be able to identify outdoor hazards, take proper precautions to prevent injury or illness, and apply effective first aid in the event of an injury or exposure. Use these speaker's notes to accompany the Working Safely Outdoors PowerPoint presentation.
PowerPoints:
The objective of this session is to provide your workers with the information they need to work safely outdoors. By the end of the session, they should be able to identify outdoor hazards, take proper precautions to prevent injury or illness, and apply effective first aid in the event of an injury or exposure.
The objective of this session is to help employees deal effectively and safely with threats and incidents of workplace violence. By the end of this session, employees will be able to identify the risks and causes of workplace violence; recognize potential perpetrators of violence; spot the signs of violence; respond effectively to threats and violent acts; and help prevent violence in the facility.
The objectives of this session are to prepare your workers to work safely in hot conditions and reduce the risk of heat-related illness. By the end of the session, they should be able to understand how hot conditions affect the body, recognize symptoms of heat illness, and take precautions to reduce the risk of heat illness.
Speaker's Notes:
The objectives of this session are to prepare your workers to work safely in hot conditions and reduce the risk of heat-related illness. Use these speaker's notes to accompany the Working in Hot Conditions PowerPoint presentation.
PowerPoints:
The objective of this training session is to help your employees prevent accidents and injuries while working in the warehouse and loading dock. By the end of the session, they should be able to identify warehouse hazards; prevent back injuries; work safely with material handling equipment; protect against accidents on the loading dock; stack materials safely; and prevent slips, trips, and falls.
Cold conditions present hazards that may seriously impact worker health and safety. In this training program, employees will review the hazards posed by cold conditions. By the end of the session, they will be able to understand how the body reacts to cold, recognize common illnesses and injuries related to cold and respond properly to them, know the factors that may heighten the risks when working in the cold, and take preventive actions to protect themselves.
Speaker's Notes:
The objective of this training session is to help your employees prevent accidents and injuries while working in the warehouse and loading dock. By the end of the session, they should be able to identify warehouse hazards; prevent back injuries; work safely with material handling equipment; protect against accidents on the loading dock; stack materials safely; and prevent slips, trips, and falls. Use these speaker's notes to accompany the Warehouse Safety PowerPoint presentation.
Cold conditions present hazards that may seriously impact worker health and safety. In this training program, employees will review the hazards posed by cold conditions. Use these speaker's notes to accompany the Working in Cold Conditions PowerPoint presentation.
PowerPoints:
The objective of this session is to provide workers with useful information about wellness. By the end of this session, they should be able to define wellness and recognize its benefits; identify the six basic requirements of a healthy life; take proper precautions to prevent illness; and live a healthier life.
Speaker's Notes:
The objective of this session is to provide workers with useful information about wellness. By the end of this session, they should be able to define wellness and recognize its benefits; identify the six basic requirements of a healthy life; take proper precautions to prevent illness; and live a healthier life. Use these speaker's notes to accompany the Wellness and You PowerPoint presentation.
Audio Presentations:
The objectives of this session are to prepare your workers to work safely in hot conditions and reduce the risk of heat-related illness. By the end of the session, they should be able to understand how hot conditions affect the body, recognize symptoms of heat illness, and take precautions to reduce the risk of heat illness.
Speaker's Notes:
The objectives of this session are to assess training needs at your workplace, identify training objectives to meet these needs, understand the elements of adult learning, develop effective training sessions that enhance learning through participation, and foster a culture of continued learning. Use these speaker's notes to accompany the Training the Trainer PowerPoint presentation.
Audio Presentations:
Cold conditions present hazards that may seriously impact worker health and safety. In this training program, employees will review the hazards posed by cold conditions. By the end of the session, they will be able to understand how the body reacts to cold, recognize common illnesses and injuries related to cold and respond properly to them, know the factors that may heighten the risks when working in the cold, and take preventive actions to protect themselves.
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132139regActivity.aspx/workplace-safety-regulatory-activity/regulatory-notices/motor-carrier-safety/Beyond-Compliance-Program-Request-for-Comment/Motor Carrier SafetyNotices Beyond Compliance Program: Request for Comment
132140regActivity.aspx/workplace-safety-regulatory-activity/final-regulations/CMV-commercial-motor-vehicles-motor-carriers/49-CFR-383-384-and-391-Medical-Examiners-Certifica-132140/Commercial Motor Vehicles (Motor Carriers)Final Rules 49 CFR 383, 384, and 391 - Medical Examiner's Certification Integration
132141faqs.aspx/workplace-safety-faqs/equipment-and-process-safety/cranes-and-slings/29-CFR-1910.184-and-other-OSHA-including-ASME-rega/Cranes and SlingsQuestions & Answers We conduct daily Preventive Maintenance of Rigging Equipment: Power Trucks, slings, chains etc. What are the recordkeeping requirements for these? Does OSHA require we keep and maintain preventive maintenance daily logs?
132132reference.aspx/workplace-safety-reference-materials/white-papers/safety-administration/shift-work/How-much-sleep-do-workers-need-New-guidelines-issu/Shift WorkWhite Papers How much sleep do workers need? New guidelines issued
106077analysis.aspx/analysis/employee-safety/PPE-personal-protective-equipment/PPE - GeneralRegulatory Analysis PPE - General
132115training.aspx/training/workplace-safety-training-powerpoints/equipment-and-process-safety/electrical-safety/Electrical-Safety-for-Healthcare-Workers-Unqualifi/Electrical SafetyPowerPoints Electrical Safety for Healthcare Workers - Unqualified
132116training.aspx/training/workplace-safety-training-speakers-notes/equipment-and-process-safety/electrical-safety/Electrical-Safety-for-Healthcare-Workers-Unqualifi-132116/Electrical SafetySpeaker's Notes Electrical Safety for Healthcare Workers - Unqualified - Script View
132117training.aspx/training/workplace-safety-training-handouts/equipment-and-process-safety/electrical-safety/Electrical-Safety-for-Healthcare-Workers-Unqualifi-132117/Electrical SafetyHandouts Electrical Safety for Healthcare Workers - Unqualified
132118training.aspx/training/workplace-safety-training-exercises/equipment-and-process-safety/electrical-safety/Electrical-Safety-for-Healthcare-Workers-Unqualifi-132118/Electrical SafetyTraining Exercises Electrical Safety for Healthcare Workers - Unqualified Exercise 1
132119training.aspx/training/workplace-safety-training-exercises/equipment-and-process-safety/electrical-safety/Electrical-Safety-for-Healthcare-Workers-Unqualifi-132119/Electrical SafetyTraining Exercises Electrical Safety for Healthcare Workers - Unqualified Exercise 2
132120training.aspx/training/quizzes/equipment-and-process-safety/electrical-safety/Electrical-Safety-for-Healthcare-Workers-Unqualifi-132120/Electrical SafetyQuizzes Electrical Safety for Healthcare Workers - Unqualified Quiz 1
132121training.aspx/training/quizzes/equipment-and-process-safety/electrical-safety/Electrical-Safety-for-Healthcare-Workers-Unqualifi-132121/Electrical SafetyQuizzes Electrical Safety for Healthcare Workers - Unqualified Quiz 2
132122training.aspx/training/workplace-safety-trainers-guides/equipment-and-process-safety/electrical-safety/Electrical-Safety-for-Healthcare-Workers-Unqualifi-132122/Electrical SafetyTrainer's Guides Electrical Safety for Healthcare Workers - Unqualified
132123training.aspx/training/workplace-safety-audio-presentations/equipment-and-process-safety/electrical-safety/Electrical-Safety-for-Healthcare-Workers-Unqualifi-132123/Electrical SafetyAudio Presentations Electrical Safety for Healthcare Workers - Unqualified
132124faqs.aspx/workplace-safety-faqs/safety-administration/workplace-safety-training/Our-company-administer-tests-after-each-safety-tra/Training Questions & Answers Does OSHA require testing to be included in safety training? Can union employees refuse to test?
132128training.aspx/training/workplace-safety-training-sessions/safety-administration/workplace-safety-training/Study-shows-impact-of-generational-differences-in-/Training Training Tips Study shows impact of generational differences in the workforce
132131reference.aspx/workplace-safety-reference-materials/white-papers/transportation-safety/driving-safely/Electronic-device-safe-use-policy/Cell PhonesWhite Papers Electronic device safe use policy
132111regActivity.aspx/workplace-safety-regulatory-activity/proposed-regulations/construction-safety/29-CFR-1910-and-1926-Communication-Tower-Safety/Construction - GeneralProposed Rules 29 CFR 1910 and 1926 - Communication Tower Safety
132096training.aspx/training/workplace-safety-training-powerpoints/emergency-planning-and-response/workplace-security/Workplace-Security-for-Employees-Spanish/Security - GeneralPowerPoints Workplace Security for Employees [Spanish]
132097training.aspx/training/workplace-safety-training-speakers-notes/emergency-planning-and-response/workplace-security/Workplace-Security-for-Employees-Spanish-132097/Security - GeneralSpeaker's Notes Workplace Security for Employees - Script View [Spanish]
132098training.aspx/training/quizzes/emergency-planning-and-response/workplace-security/Workplace-Security-for-Employees-Spanish-132097-132098/Security - GeneralQuizzes Workplace Security for Employees [Spanish]
132099training.aspx/training/workplace-safety-audio-presentations/emergency-planning-and-response/workplace-security/Workplace-Security-for-Employees-Spanish-132097-13/Security - GeneralAudio Presentations Workplace Security for Employees [Spanish]
132101training.aspx/training/workplace-safety-audio-presentations/emergency-planning-and-response/violence-in-workplace/How-to-Prevent-Workplace-Violence-A-Guide-for-Heal/Violence in the WorkplaceAudio Presentations How to Prevent Workplace Violence: A Guide for Healthcare Workers
132102training.aspx/training/workplace-safety-audio-presentations/employee-health/employee-wellness/Wellness-and-You/WellnessAudio Presentations Wellness and You
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116018training.aspx/training/workplace-safety-training-powerpoints/transportation-safety/driving-safely/Extreme-Weather-Driving-PPT/Driving SafelyPowerPoints Extreme Weather Driving - For All Drivers (PPT)
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125069training.aspx/training/workplace-safety-audio-presentations/hazardous-substances-and-materials/hazardous-chemical-labels/Understanding-Chemical-Labels-Under-GHS-Audio/Labels Audio Presentations Understanding Chemical Labels Under GHS (Audio)
112884training.aspx/training/workplace-safety-training-speakers-notes/transportation-safety/hours-of-service-motor-carriers/Commercial-Motor-Vehicle-Driver-Logs-Script-View/Hours of Service (Motor Carriers)Speaker's Notes Commercial Motor Vehicle Driver Logs - Script View
112886training.aspx/training/workplace-safety-training-powerpoints/transportation-safety/hours-of-service-motor-carriers/Commercial-Motor-Vehicle-Driver-Logs-PPT/Hours of Service (Motor Carriers)PowerPoints Commercial Motor Vehicle Driver Logs (PPT)
102956training.aspx/training/workplace-safety-audio-presentations/hazardous-substances-and-materials/welding-cutting-and-brazing/Welding-Cutting-and-Brazing/Welding, Cutting, and BrazingAudio Presentations Welding and Cutting Safety (Audio)
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95783training.aspx/training/quizzes/employee-health/heat-and-cold/Working-Safely-Outdoors-Word-95783/Heat and ColdQuizzes Working Safely Outdoors Quiz 1 (Word)
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127362training.aspx/training/workplace-safety-audio-presentations/equipment-and-process-safety/material-handling-safety/Warehouse-Safety-127362/Material Handling - GeneralAudio Presentations Warehouse Safety
127650training.aspx/training/workplace-safety-audio-presentations/hazardous-substances-and-materials/toxic-and-hazardous-substances/Working-Safely-with-Benzene-127650/Toxic and Hazardous SubstancesAudio Presentations Working Safely with Benzene
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116778training.aspx/training/workplace-safety-training-powerpoints/employee-safety/slips-and-falls/Slips-Trips-and-Falls-What-Supervisors-Need-to-Kno/Slips and FallsPowerPoints Slips, Trips, and Falls--What Supervisors Need to Know (PPT)
116783training.aspx/training/workplace-safety-training-speakers-notes/employee-safety/slips-and-falls/Slips-Trips-and-Falls-What-Supervisors-Need-to-Kno-116783/Slips and FallsSpeaker's Notes Slips, Trips, and Falls--What Supervisors Need to Know (PDF) - Script View
95785training.aspx/training/workplace-safety-training-speakers-notes/employee-health/heat-and-cold/Working-Safely-Outdoors-Script-View/Heat and ColdSpeaker's Notes Working Safely Outdoors - Script View
95786training.aspx/training/workplace-safety-training-powerpoints/employee-health/heat-and-cold/Working-Safely-Outdoors-PPT/Heat and ColdPowerPoints Working Safely Outdoors (PPT)
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78034training.aspx/training/workplace-safety-training-powerpoints/employee-health/heat-and-cold/Working-in-Hot-Conditions-PPT/Heat and ColdPowerPoints Working in Hot Conditions (PPT)
78039training.aspx/training/workplace-safety-training-speakers-notes/employee-health/heat-and-cold/Working-in-Hot-Conditions-Script-View/Heat and ColdSpeaker's Notes Working in Hot Conditions - Script View
78096training.aspx/training/workplace-safety-training-powerpoints/equipment-and-process-safety/material-handling-safety/Warehouse-Safety-Presentation-PPT/Material Handling - GeneralPowerPoints Warehouse Safety (PPT)
78099training.aspx/training/workplace-safety-training-powerpoints/employee-health/heat-and-cold/Working-in-Cold-Conditions-PPT/Heat and ColdPowerPoints Working in Cold Conditions (PPT)
78134training.aspx/training/workplace-safety-training-speakers-notes/equipment-and-process-safety/material-handling-safety/Warehouse-Safety-Trainers-Outline-Script-View/Material Handling - GeneralSpeaker's Notes Warehouse Safety - Script View
78141training.aspx/training/workplace-safety-training-speakers-notes/employee-health/heat-and-cold/Working-in-Cold-Conditions-Script-View/Heat and ColdSpeaker's Notes Working in Cold Conditions - Script View
109179training.aspx/training/workplace-safety-training-powerpoints/employee-health/employee-wellness/Wellness-and-You-PPT/WellnessPowerPoints Wellness and You (PPT)
109182training.aspx/training/workplace-safety-training-speakers-notes/employee-health/employee-wellness/Wellness-and-You-Script-View/WellnessSpeaker's Notes Wellness and You - Script View
111975training.aspx/training/workplace-safety-audio-presentations/employee-health/heat-and-cold/Heat-Stress-Working-in-Hot-Conditions/Heat and ColdAudio Presentations Working in Hot Conditions
114574training.aspx/training/workplace-safety-training-speakers-notes/safety-administration/workplace-safety-training/Training-the-Trainer-PDF-114574/Training Speaker's Notes Training the Trainer (PDF)
114992training.aspx/training/workplace-safety-audio-presentations/employee-health/heat-and-cold/Working-in-Cold-Conditions/Heat and ColdAudio Presentations Working in Cold Conditions (Audio)
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• The control of hazardous energy (lockout/tagout)
• Respiratory protection
• Bloodborne pathogens
• Hazard communication
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