Global Workplace Safety Orientation - Australia (Customizable)

  • 18 Topics | 1h 58m 1s
  • Up to 30 languages
  • Transcripts
All workplaces contain some risks; that's why it's so important to think ahead and take precautions. Because your safety and the safety of all our employees is a top priority, we have taken all reasonable precautions to protect you from any hazards that might be present in the workplace. This course will make you aware of what precautions are in place and also of what your responsibilities are so that together, we can keep the workplace as safe as possible.

WHAT YOU WILL LEARN

  • identify your responsibilities related to safety in the workplace
  • recognize basic guidelines for working safely around workplace chemicals
  • identify basic fire safety principles
  • identify precautions you can take to minimize your own chances of slipping, tripping, or falling at work
  • recognize electrical hazards in the workplace
  • identify employee responsibilities in responding to an emergency
  • identify the main ergonomic risk factors associated with work tasks
  • recognize examples of personal protective equipment used to protect specific parts of the body
  • identify fall from height hazards in the workplace
  • recognize the most important thing you can do to protect your hearing on the job
  • identify ways to prevent back injuries
  • recognize ways to prevent the spread of bloodborne pathogens
  • identify the hazards of working in a confined space
  • recognize the five basic safety rules to prevent hazards when using tools
  • identify lockout and tagout guidelines
  • recognize descriptions of different types of safety guards and devices
  • recognize the causes of injury arising from manual handling
  • identify our company's safe working practices and safety policies

IN THIS COURSE

  • Introduction
    5m
  • Chemical Safety
    8m
  • Fire Safety
    7m
  • Slips, Trips, and Falls
    5m
  • Electrical Safety
    5m
  • Emergency and Disaster Preparedness
    4m
  • Ergonomics for Safety
    7m
  • Personal Protective Equipment
    6m
  • Fall Protection
    5m
  • Hearing Conservation
    5m
  • Back Safety and Injury Prevention
    8m
  • Bloodborne Pathogens
    9m
  • Confined Spaces
    6m
  • Hand and Power Tool Safety
    8m
  • Lockout and Tagout
    6m
  • Machine Guarding
    7m
  • Manual Handling
    7m
  • Summary

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