Tools for Trainers and Organizers

Are you a trainer? Are you looking for tools to make your job easier and more effective?

If so, you need to check out The National Council for Occupational Safety and Health website. Mouse over the “resources” tab and click on “Tools for Trainers” and you’ll be taken to a page that will keep you busy for quite a while.

Here’s just a sample of what’s available on that page:

There’s a whole lot more as well as links to find even more material.
You’re welcome!


Free Job Safety Analysis Templates for over 68 Different Jobs

Last Friday, I sent you to http://www.thesafeness.com for work permit templates. Today I’m sending you back there but this time rather than work permits it’s for job safety analysis templates.

Here’s the list:


Free Work Permit Templates to Download

Do you need a hot work permit template? How about a work at heights permit or a confined space permit? You could create your own but that just means a whole lot of work that you don’t have to do. Instead, just download and modify one of the following work permits from our friends are http://www.thesafeness.com

Work at Height Permit

Sample 1  Sample 2  Sample 3  Sample 4  Sample 5  

Sample 6  Sample 7  Sample 8  Sample 9  Sample 10

Excavation Permit

Sample 1  Sample 2  Sample 3  Sample 4  Sample 5

Sample 6  Sample 7  Sample 8  Sample 9  Sample 10

Confined Space Entry Permit

Sample 1  Sample 2  Sample 3  Sample 4  Sample 5

Sample 6  Sample 7  Sample 8  Sample 9  Sample 10

If you use one of their templates, just drop them a line thanking them for all the time and money they saved you!


New OSHA Publication for Tree Care Workers

Tree-Care

OSHA has just published a new document entitled “Tree Care Worker – Know the Hazards”. The document is available as a PDF on their website at https://www.osha.gov/Publications/OSHA3752.pdf

The document is in English and in Spanish and covers hazards such as electrocution, falls and being struck by objects. It is intended for supervisors as well as workers, outlining the rights and responsibilities of each.



RedBook: How to Handle Flammable Liquids Safely

From our friends at Justrite…

RedBook: How to Handle Flammable Liquids Safely

RedBook

When it comes to protection against hazardous materials, we wrote
the book!  The RedBook! Heralded as a valuable safety manual
by end users, OSHA officers, fire officials, and insurance risk managers,
the RedBook is a “must have” for anyone concerned about worker
protection and fire risks in any type of company or commercial establishment—big and small.

View or download PDFs or Request a printed copy


Free Downloadable Safety Training Videos

Got a safety meeting coming up? Want to do more than just talk for 45 minutes and watch your audience’s eyes glaze over? In this digital age, most people don’t do well simply listening or taking notes; they need and want something more, something that will capture their attention and keep it, even if only for a few minutes.

That where video training comes in. You could purchase safety training videos and there certainly is a time and place for this type of training material but there is also some good free stuff available online.

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We try to highlight and let you know where the good stuff is and, having just come across this site a couple of days ago, I figured I’d point you to http://safetyresourcesblog.com/free-videos/  where you’ll find a nice collection of totally free videos available either to stream live during the safety meeting or that you can download to show when you need to.

Most of them are relatively short, between 2 to 6 minutes and many are available in English or in Spanish but they would be great in getting discussion going.