Back Safety Training
Sep18

Back Safety Training

Back Safety should be an issue of great concern for all employers and employees. According to the National Safety Council and OSHA, back injuries are the number one type of injury in the workplace. This training video will assist employers and employees in avoiding back injuries. For more information contact National Safety Compliance at 1.877.922.7233 or look us up online at...

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Working at Height Training
Sep05

Working at Height Training

Working at heights is potential to the highest number of fatalities amongst all other accidents. Working at heights has been classified as one of the top most hazardous areas of occupation in the world. It is therefore imperative to provide adequate safety training to the workforce for height work safety. ASK EHS uses simple but powerful animation movies of actual locations to create a life-like and believable environment especially...

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Woodworking Tips: Table Saw Safety Tips
Jun06

Woodworking Tips: Table Saw Safety Tips

https://www.youtube.com/user/wwgoaeditor Woodworking Tips: Table Saw – The table saw is at the heart of most shops. Keep yourself safe with these table saw safety tips from George Vondriska. A WoodWorkers Guild of America (WWGOA) original...

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Food Safety From Farm to Kitchen – Hygiene inspection at TMG
May14
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Confined Space Safety on the Farm
Apr16

Confined Space Safety on the Farm

Combustable dust and manure gas can be deadly hazards on the farm. Ohio State University Extension and their partner are helping to educate the public on these and other safety issues that exists on the farm to help keep everyone...

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Metro employees blame safety issues on WMATA culture
Mar31

Metro employees blame safety issues on WMATA culture

The general manager of Metro came under fire about safety during a public hearing in the District Wednesday night. – Courtesy of ABC News

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Contract worker speaks on safety issues in US oil strike
Mar30

Contract worker speaks on safety issues in US oil strike

In this interview, a contractor with extensive experience in oil refineries speaks on the long hours, dangerous conditions and other issues that have led to the largest strike in the oil industry since...

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Lightning Master Technology
Mar11

Lightning Master Technology

A Lightning Strike begins with the formation of stepped-leaders extending downward from the storm cloud in jumps of approximately 150′. When the stepped leaders reach to within about 500′ of the surface of the earth, their electrical attraction pulls streamers of ground charge off various structures and objects on the surface.Whichever streamer reaches a stepped-leader first completes the lightning strike to the structure...

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