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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.
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Quizzes:
The unexpected start-up or hazardous energy release from machines or equipment that someone is servicing is a leading cause of workplace injuries and death. Many of these incidents are preventable with awareness and training about energy controls and lockout/tagout. Use this quiz to help train affected employees about this important topic.
Handouts:
The unexpected start-up or hazardous energy release from machines or equipment that someone is servicing is a leading cause of workplace injuries and death. Many of these incidents are preventable with awareness and training about energy controls and lockout/tagout. Use this handout to help train affected employees about this important topic.
Training Exercises:
The unexpected start-up or hazardous energy release from machines or equipment that someone is servicing is a leading cause of workplace injuries and death. Many of these incidents are preventable with awareness and training about energy controls and lockout/tagout. Use this exercise to help train affected employees about this important topic.
The unexpected start-up or hazardous energy release from machines or equipment that someone is servicing is a leading cause of workplace injuries and death. Many of these incidents are preventable with awareness and training about energy controls and lockout/tagout. Use this exercise to help train affected employees about this important topic.
Speaker's Notes:
The unexpected start-up or hazardous energy release from machines or equipment that someone is servicing is a leading cause of workplace injuries and death. Many of these incidents are preventable with awareness and training about energy controls and lockout/tagout. Use these speaker's notes to help train affected employees about this important topic.
Trainer's Guides:
The unexpected start-up or hazardous energy release from machines or equipment that someone is servicing is a leading cause of workplace injuries and death. Many of these incidents are preventable with awareness and training about energy controls and lockout/tagout. Use this trainer's guide to help train affected employees about this important topic.
PowerPoints:
The unexpected start-up or hazardous energy release from machines or equipment that someone is servicing is a leading cause of workplace injuries and death. Many of these incidents are preventable with awareness and training about energy controls and lockout/tagout. This course is designed for the “affected employee”—that is, a worker who operates machines or equipment or who works close by when servicing or maintenance work is performed on it and there is risk of exposure to hazardous energy. By the end of the training session, workers will be able to identify hazardous energy sources and the dangers of exposure to them, recognize when a hazardous energy control measure is required and in use, describe the purpose and use of lockout and tagout devices and procedures, and recall their role and responsibilities for safety under the lockout/tagout program.
Audio Presentations:
The unexpected start-up or hazardous energy release from machines or equipment that someone is servicing is a leading cause of workplace injuries and death. Many of these incidents are preventable with awareness and training about energy controls and lockout/tagout. This course is designed for the “affected employee”—that is, a worker who operates machines or equipment or who works close by when servicing or maintenance work is performed on it and there is risk of exposure to hazardous energy. By the end of the training session, workers will be able to identify hazardous energy sources and the dangers of exposure to them, recognize when a hazardous energy control measure is required and in use, describe the purpose and use of lockout and tagout devices and procedures, and recall their role and responsibilities for safety under the lockout/tagout program.
Proposed Rules:
DOL has given notice that the comment period for the proposed rule that published at 86 FR 9576 on February 16, 2021 is extended by 30 days. Comments on the notice of proposed rulemaking (NPRM) and other information must be submitted by May 19, 2021.
Handouts:
The unexpected start-up or hazardous energy release from machines or equipment that someone is servicing is a leading cause of workplace injuries and death. Many of these incidents are preventable with awareness and training about energy controls and lockout/tagout. Use this handout to help train affected employees about this important topic.
PowerPoints:
This training session reviews common hand hazards and how to choose the right glove to protect against them. By the end of the training session, trainees will be able to identify hand hazards; choose appropriate gloves and other personal protective equipment (PPE) to protect against those hazards; properly wear, remove, care for, and maintain PPE; and recognize the limitations of hand protection.
Quizzes:
This training session reviews common hand hazards and how to choose the right glove to protect against them. By the end of the training session, trainees will be able to identify hand hazards; choose appropriate gloves and other personal protective equipment (PPE) to protect against those hazards; properly wear, remove, care for, and maintain PPE; and recognize the limitations of hand protection. Use this quiz to accompany the PPE: Hand Protection presentation.
Speaker's Notes:
This training session reviews common hand hazards and how to choose the right glove to protect against them. By the end of the training session, trainees will be able to identify hand hazards; choose appropriate gloves and other personal protective equipment (PPE) to protect against those hazards; properly wear, remove, care for, and maintain PPE; and recognize the limitations of hand protection. Use these speaker's notes to accompany the PPE: Hand Protection presentation.
Handouts:
This training session reviews common hand hazards and how to choose the right glove to protect against them. By the end of the training session, trainees will be able to identify hand hazards; choose appropriate gloves and other personal protective equipment (PPE) to protect against those hazards; properly wear, remove, care for, and maintain PPE; and recognize the limitations of hand protection. Use this handout to help train your workers on hand protection.
Training Exercises:
This training session reviews common hand hazards and how to choose the right glove to protect against them. By the end of the training session, trainees will be able to identify hand hazards; choose appropriate gloves and other personal protective equipment (PPE) to protect against those hazards; properly wear, remove, care for, and maintain PPE; and recognize the limitations of hand protection. Use this training exercise to accompany the PPE: Hand Protection presentation.
This training session reviews common hand hazards and how to choose the right glove to protect against them. By the end of the training session, trainees will be able to identify hand hazards; choose appropriate gloves and other personal protective equipment (PPE) to protect against those hazards; properly wear, remove, care for, and maintain PPE; and recognize the limitations of hand protection. Use this training exercise to accompany the PPE: Hand Protection presentation.
Trainer's Guides:
This training session reviews common hand hazards and how to choose the right glove to protect against them. By the end of the training session, trainees will be able to identify hand hazards; choose appropriate gloves and other personal protective equipment (PPE) to protect against those hazards; properly wear, remove, care for, and maintain PPE; and recognize the limitations of hand protection. Use this trainer's guide to accompany the PPE: Hand Protection presentation.
White Papers:
Hazmat training requirements under the Pipeline and Hazardous Materials Safety Administration’s (PHMSA) regulations are nonspecific. But one thing is crystal clear: Employers are legally responsible for making sure hazmat employees are properly trained.
Training Tips:
DOT's chemical transportation requirements have three components--training, packaging, and transportation. Failure to comply with these regulations can result in civil and/or criminal penalties.
Final Rules:
DOT has issued a final rule removing its internal policies and procedures relating to the issuance of rulemaking and guidance documents from the Code of Federal Regulations.
Employee Newsletters:
This month's issue includes safety tips for order picking at height, ergonomics best practices for order pickers, portable fuel can safety, and how to recognize unsafe conditions and actions in the workplace.
White Papers:
Are your employees at risk for noise-induced hearing loss due to high levels of noise in the workplace? You need to monitor noise levels to be sure.
Audio Presentations:
Solvents are substances that are used by millions of workers every day in every type of workplace for cleaning, bonding, or extraction purposes or to improve the performance of other substances. This presentation is focused on the hazards of organic solvents and best practices to work with them safely. By the time this session is over, trainees will be able to describe the basic characteristics of organic solvents; identify the hazards of solvents and where to get safety and health information about solvents; recall precautions and safe work practices when working with solvents; describe measures to prevent fires, contamination, and exposure to injury and illness; and explain actions to respond effectively in an emergency involving solvents.
Quizzes:
Solvents are substances that are used by millions of workers every day in every type of workplace for cleaning, bonding, or extraction purposes or to improve the performance of other substances. This presentation is focused on the hazards of organic solvents and best practices to work with them safely. Use this quiz to help train employees on this important topic.
Handouts:
Solvents are substances that are used by millions of workers every day in every type of workplace for cleaning, bonding, or extraction purposes or to improve the performance of other substances. This presentation is focused on the hazards of organic solvents and best practices to work with them safely. Use this handout to accompany the Working Safely with Solvents presentation.
Training Exercises:
Solvents are substances that are used by millions of workers every day in every type of workplace for cleaning, bonding, or extraction purposes or to improve the performance of other substances. This presentation is focused on the hazards of organic solvents and best practices to work with them safely. Use this exercise to help train employees on this important topic.
Solvents are substances that are used by millions of workers every day in every type of workplace for cleaning, bonding, or extraction purposes or to improve the performance of other substances. This presentation is focused on the hazards of organic solvents and best practices to work with them safely. Use this exercise to help train employees on this important topic.
Speaker's Notes:
Solvents are substances that are used by millions of workers every day in every type of workplace for cleaning, bonding, or extraction purposes or to improve the performance of other substances. This presentation is focused on the hazards of organic solvents and best practices to work with them safely. Use these speaker's notes to help train employees on this important topic.
Trainer's Guides:
Solvents are substances that are used by millions of workers every day in every type of workplace for cleaning, bonding, or extraction purposes or to improve the performance of other substances. This presentation is focused on the hazards of organic solvents and best practices to work with them safely. Use this trainer's guide to help train employees on this important topic.
PowerPoints:
Solvents are substances that are used by millions of workers every day in every type of workplace for cleaning, bonding, or extraction purposes or to improve the performance of other substances. This presentation is focused on the hazards of organic solvents and best practices to work with them safely. By the time this session is over, trainees will be able to describe the basic characteristics of organic solvents; identify the hazards of solvents and where to get safety and health information about solvents; recall precautions and safe work practices when working with solvents; describe measures to prevent fires, contamination, and exposure to injury and illness; and explain actions to respond effectively in an emergency involving solvents.
Proposed Rules:
DOL has given notice of its semiannual regulatory flexibility agenda.
Updated Documents
Quizzes:
The unexpected start-up or hazardous energy release from machines or equipment that someone is servicing is a leading cause of workplace injuries and death. Many of these incidents are preventable with awareness and training about energy controls and lockout/tagout. Use this quiz to help train affected employees about this important topic.
Handouts:
The unexpected start-up or hazardous energy release from machines or equipment that someone is servicing is a leading cause of workplace injuries and death. Many of these incidents are preventable with awareness and training about energy controls and lockout/tagout. Use this handout to help train affected employees about this important topic.
Training Exercises:
The unexpected start-up or hazardous energy release from machines or equipment that someone is servicing is a leading cause of workplace injuries and death. Many of these incidents are preventable with awareness and training about energy controls and lockout/tagout. Use this exercise to help train affected employees about this important topic.
The unexpected start-up or hazardous energy release from machines or equipment that someone is servicing is a leading cause of workplace injuries and death. Many of these incidents are preventable with awareness and training about energy controls and lockout/tagout. Use this exercise to help train affected employees about this important topic.
Speaker's Notes:
The unexpected start-up or hazardous energy release from machines or equipment that someone is servicing is a leading cause of workplace injuries and death. Many of these incidents are preventable with awareness and training about energy controls and lockout/tagout. Use these speaker's notes to help train affected employees about this important topic.
Trainer's Guides:
The unexpected start-up or hazardous energy release from machines or equipment that someone is servicing is a leading cause of workplace injuries and death. Many of these incidents are preventable with awareness and training about energy controls and lockout/tagout. Use this trainer's guide to help train affected employees about this important topic.
PowerPoints:
The unexpected start-up or hazardous energy release from machines or equipment that someone is servicing is a leading cause of workplace injuries and death. Many of these incidents are preventable with awareness and training about energy controls and lockout/tagout. This course is designed for the “affected employee”—that is, a worker who operates machines or equipment or who works close by when servicing or maintenance work is performed on it and there is risk of exposure to hazardous energy. By the end of the training session, workers will be able to identify hazardous energy sources and the dangers of exposure to them, recognize when a hazardous energy control measure is required and in use, describe the purpose and use of lockout and tagout devices and procedures, and recall their role and responsibilities for safety under the lockout/tagout program.
Audio Presentations:
The unexpected start-up or hazardous energy release from machines or equipment that someone is servicing is a leading cause of workplace injuries and death. Many of these incidents are preventable with awareness and training about energy controls and lockout/tagout. This course is designed for the “affected employee”—that is, a worker who operates machines or equipment or who works close by when servicing or maintenance work is performed on it and there is risk of exposure to hazardous energy. By the end of the training session, workers will be able to identify hazardous energy sources and the dangers of exposure to them, recognize when a hazardous energy control measure is required and in use, describe the purpose and use of lockout and tagout devices and procedures, and recall their role and responsibilities for safety under the lockout/tagout program.
PowerPoints:
This training session reviews common hand hazards and how to choose the right glove to protect against them. By the end of the training session, trainees will be able to identify hand hazards; choose appropriate gloves and other personal protective equipment (PPE) to protect against those hazards; properly wear, remove, care for, and maintain PPE; and recognize the limitations of hand protection.
Quizzes:
This training session reviews common hand hazards and how to choose the right glove to protect against them. By the end of the training session, trainees will be able to identify hand hazards; choose appropriate gloves and other personal protective equipment (PPE) to protect against those hazards; properly wear, remove, care for, and maintain PPE; and recognize the limitations of hand protection. Use this quiz to accompany the PPE: Hand Protection presentation.
Handouts:
This training session reviews common hand hazards and how to choose the right glove to protect against them. By the end of the training session, trainees will be able to identify hand hazards; choose appropriate gloves and other personal protective equipment (PPE) to protect against those hazards; properly wear, remove, care for, and maintain PPE; and recognize the limitations of hand protection. Use this handout to help train your workers on hand protection.
Training Exercises:
This training session reviews common hand hazards and how to choose the right glove to protect against them. By the end of the training session, trainees will be able to identify hand hazards; choose appropriate gloves and other personal protective equipment (PPE) to protect against those hazards; properly wear, remove, care for, and maintain PPE; and recognize the limitations of hand protection. Use this training exercise to accompany the PPE: Hand Protection presentation.
This training session reviews common hand hazards and how to choose the right glove to protect against them. By the end of the training session, trainees will be able to identify hand hazards; choose appropriate gloves and other personal protective equipment (PPE) to protect against those hazards; properly wear, remove, care for, and maintain PPE; and recognize the limitations of hand protection. Use this training exercise to accompany the PPE: Hand Protection presentation.
Trainer's Guides:
This training session reviews common hand hazards and how to choose the right glove to protect against them. By the end of the training session, trainees will be able to identify hand hazards; choose appropriate gloves and other personal protective equipment (PPE) to protect against those hazards; properly wear, remove, care for, and maintain PPE; and recognize the limitations of hand protection. Use this trainer's guide to accompany the PPE: Hand Protection presentation.
Quizzes:
Solvents are substances that are used by millions of workers every day in every type of workplace for cleaning, bonding, or extraction purposes or to improve the performance of other substances. This presentation is focused on the hazards of organic solvents and best practices to work with them safely. Use this quiz to help train employees on this important topic.
Handouts:
Solvents are substances that are used by millions of workers every day in every type of workplace for cleaning, bonding, or extraction purposes or to improve the performance of other substances. This presentation is focused on the hazards of organic solvents and best practices to work with them safely. Use this handout to accompany the Working Safely with Solvents presentation.
Training Exercises:
Solvents are substances that are used by millions of workers every day in every type of workplace for cleaning, bonding, or extraction purposes or to improve the performance of other substances. This presentation is focused on the hazards of organic solvents and best practices to work with them safely. Use this exercise to help train employees on this important topic.
Solvents are substances that are used by millions of workers every day in every type of workplace for cleaning, bonding, or extraction purposes or to improve the performance of other substances. This presentation is focused on the hazards of organic solvents and best practices to work with them safely. Use this exercise to help train employees on this important topic.
Speaker's Notes:
Solvents are substances that are used by millions of workers every day in every type of workplace for cleaning, bonding, or extraction purposes or to improve the performance of other substances. This presentation is focused on the hazards of organic solvents and best practices to work with them safely. Use these speaker's notes to help train employees on this important topic.
Trainer's Guides:
Solvents are substances that are used by millions of workers every day in every type of workplace for cleaning, bonding, or extraction purposes or to improve the performance of other substances. This presentation is focused on the hazards of organic solvents and best practices to work with them safely. Use this trainer's guide to help train employees on this important topic.
PowerPoints:
Solvents are substances that are used by millions of workers every day in every type of workplace for cleaning, bonding, or extraction purposes or to improve the performance of other substances. This presentation is focused on the hazards of organic solvents and best practices to work with them safely. By the time this session is over, trainees will be able to describe the basic characteristics of organic solvents; identify the hazards of solvents and where to get safety and health information about solvents; recall precautions and safe work practices when working with solvents; describe measures to prevent fires, contamination, and exposure to injury and illness; and explain actions to respond effectively in an emergency involving solvents.
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78028training.aspx/training/quizzes/employee-safety/hand-protection/Hand-Protection-Safety-Quiz-Word/Hand ProtectionQuizzes PPE: Hand Protection
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101034training.aspx/training/workplace-safety-training-exercises/employee-safety/hand-protection/Hand-Protection-Exercise-1-PDF/Hand ProtectionTraining Exercises PPE: Hand Protection (Exercise 1)
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101036training.aspx/training/workplace-safety-trainers-guides/employee-safety/hand-protection/Hand-Protection-PDF-101036/Hand ProtectionTrainer's Guides PPE: Hand Protection
105310training.aspx/training/quizzes/hazardous-substances-and-materials/chemical-hazards/Working-Safely-with-Solvents-Word-105310/Chemical HazardsQuizzes Working Safely with Solvents
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