10-minute training

October 3, 2016
10-minute training
The new Safety Matters series by Electrolab gets right to the point and delivers time-efficient safety training in 10 minutes or less. The series is available in DVD or streaming format and includes a customizable PowerPoint presentation, training points and a printable leader’s guide. “Confined Space Entry” discusses the criteria, characteristics and key industry statistics of confined spaces. “Personal Protective Equipment” shows employees the proper PPE to use for the various hazards they may face in the workplace. It discusses the responsibilities of both the employer and the employee. “Lockout/Tagout” fosters awareness of energy sources, the dangers of those energies and the systems in place to prevent potential issues. “Security at Work” builds awareness about facility security. It discusses various types of threats and proactive measures to prevent them. “Active Shooter Preparedness” addresses how to report suspicious activity as well as how to respond in an active shooter incident.

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