This new series covers critical safety topics that will keep your employees safe on the job in both office and industrial settings.

Slips, trips and falls are among the leading causes of disabling accidents in the workplace. Yet the vast majority of these injuries can be prevented with a commitment to certain basic but very important principles. These principles start with awareness: reminding employees simply to pay more attention and consider the consequences if they don't. But there's more to it than that. This video shows specific procedures that can raise safety awareness throughout your organization and help prevent accidents. 21 minutes

Points covered:
*Obstructions in walkways
*Spills and slippery surfaces
*Winter weather hazards
*Placement of warning signs and mats
*Staircase safety
*Proper use of ladders

You can't rely on instinct when it comes to lifting properly. If you don't stop and think before you grab that heavy crate or unwieldy piece of plywood, you can get seriously hurt. In fact, 8 out of 10 of us will end up suffering some kind of back injury in our lifetimes. But much of this can be prevented with the use of specific lifting techniques that maintain proper alignment and support the back throughout the lifting process. 15 minutes

Safe lifting procedures include:
*Basic guidelines for every lift
*Specialized and industrial loads
*How to lift awkward or oversized objects
*Team lifting situations

It's one thing to understand the importance of fire safety and another to be prepared when a fire emergency strikes. Knowing how to prevent fires, keep a clear head during an evacuation - even put out a small fire using a fire extinguisher-can save lives and property.
Fire safety is the collective responsibility of every employee. Unsafe behavior by just one individual can put everyone in the building at risk. Use this video to raise awareness and teach essential fire safety skills. 16 minutes

Topics covered include:
*Space heaters and extension cords
*Everyday electrical fire hazards
*Break rooms and kitchens
*Use of portable fire extinguishers
*Evacuation do's and don'ts

Every driver of a powered industrial truck needs to understand certain mechanical truths, including the vehicle's center of gravity, balancing the load properly, and special driving requirements on inclines or into confined spaces. Equally important is the driver's focus on safety first. This video emphasizes an awareness of forklift driving hazards and promotes best-practices that help maintain your workplace accident-free. 14 minutes

An overview of essential safety standards:
*Driver and passenger safety
*Special driving circumstances
*Unattended vehicles
*Foot traffic

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