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A workbook for employers, unions, safety representatives and safety professionals.Every year people are killed or injured at work. Over 40 million working days are lost annually through work-related accidents and illnesses. This workbook gives organisations an opportunity to find out what went wrong. Learning the lessons and taking action may reduce, or even prevent, accidents in the future. As a step-by-step guide, it will help all organisations, particularly smaller businesses, to carry out their own health and safety investigations. Investigating accidents and incidents explains why you need to carry out investigations and takes you through each step of the process:

This user guide provides an overview of what leading indicators are, and how and why they might be applied to strengthen your organization’s health and safety culture and performance. Some leading indicators may be more effective than others, depending on an organisation’s current level of OHS performance. For that reason, the user guide considers three categories of OHS performance: those that are focused on maintaining

Workplace exposure limits Containing the list of workplace exposure limits for use with the Control of Substances Hazardous to Health Regulations.It is 74-pages and was published in 2005.  Common workplace health hazards such as chemicals, dusts, and fumes are reviewed.  The latest updated European exposure limits are discussed (some of which are more stringent than U.S. limits).   Monitoring methods are covered as well as proven solutions/controls.   This book should be of special value to to those companies with international operations.

Easy Ergonomics, A Practical Approach for Improving the Workplace was developed by the Education and Training Unit, Cal/OSHA Consultation Service, California Department of Industrial Relations. The document was prepared for publication by the staff of the Publications Division/CDE Press, California Department of Education. It was distributed under the provisions of the Library Distribution Act and Government Code Section 11096. Published 1999 by the California Department of Industrial Relations

Managing shiftwork–  Health and Safety Guidance is 45-pages in length and was published in 2006.  Understand shift work and its’ effect and impact on worker safety and health.  It offers numerous strategies for improving the safety records on all shifts at any organization.

Successful health and safety management is a Book was prepared by HSE as a practical guide for directors, managers, health and safety professionals and employee representatives who want to improve health and safety in their organisation.

 First Aid by the U.S. Army medical department. This 224-page book was published for non-medical service members who must rely heavily on their own skills and knowledge of life-sustaining methods to help others survive wounds and injuries.

Successful health and safety management was prepared by HSE as a practical guide for directors, managers, health and safety professionals and employee representatives who want to improve health and safety in their organisation. Its simple message is that organisations need to manage health and safety with the same degree of expertise and to the same standards as other core business activities, if they are to effectively control risks and prevent harm to people. This book describes the principles and management practices which provide the basis of effective health and safety management. It sets out the issues which need to be addressed, and can be used for developing improvement programmes,

This guide is mainly aimed at medium to large employers. It will help them in their legal duty to consult and involve their employees on health and safety matters. Small businesses may find the guidance helpful, particularly the case studies. Employees, their health and safety representatives and trade unions may also find the guide useful. The guide concentrates on examples of how to comply with the Safety Representatives and Safety Committees Regulations 1977 (as amended), and the Health and Safety (Consultation with Employees) Regulations 1996 (as amended). A complementary guide, containing both sets of regulations, and a leaflet are also available. The guide is designed to clearly distinguish different types of information so you can find the parts that are relevant for you. References to the regulations are colour coded

Saudi Aramco HAZOP Guidelines and it’s techniques

Preliminary Hazard Analysis (PHA) 5 th Edition September 1993

HSE Procedures

Preliminary Hazard Analysis (PHA) 5 th Edition September 1993

HSE Manuals

Safety , health and welfare on construction sites a training manual

Saudi Aramco Construction Safety Manual SACSM 5th Edition

HSE Forms

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Power points and Presentations

Chemical Hazards/Hazard Communication

The Materials provided training on the Globally Harmonized System (GHS) under the Hazard Communication Standard (HCS) to workers and employers located in rural Pennsylvania. The learning objectives of this training include understanding the GHS hazard classification and labeling system and applying the hazard classification and labeling system within the HCS. An instructional kit was prepared for this training in both English and Spanish.

Aerial Lift

The Material presented aerial lift safety training to workers and employers in the landscaping and tree care industries. Training topics included work practices near utility lines, aerial lift inspection, and driving. Training materials will include workbooks and quizzes.

Cranes

OSHA- 10 Hour Construction outreach

Excavations

OSHA 10-Hour Construction outreach

Health hazards in construction 

OSHA 10-Hour Construction outreach

Materials Handling, Storage, Use, and Disposal

OSHA 10-Hour Construction outreach

Personal Protective Equipment

OSHA 10-Hour Construction outreach

Scaffolds

OSHA 10-Hour Construction outreach

Stairways and Ladders

OSHA 10-Hour Construction outreach

Tools – Hand and Power

OSHA 10-Hour Construction outreach



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Bloodborn pathogens

OSHA- 10 Hour outreach Training General industry

Electrical

OSHA- 10 Hour outreach Training General industry

Introduction to Ergonomics

OSHA- 10 Hour outreach Training General industry

Exit Routes, Emergency Action Plans, Fire Prevention Plans, and Fire Protection

OSHA- 10 Hour outreach Training General industry

Fall Protection

OSHA- 10 Hour outreach Training General industry

Hazard Communications

OSHA- 10 Hour outreach Training General industry

Hazard Materials

OSHA- 10 Hour outreach Training General industry

Introduction to Industrial Hygiene

OSHA- 10 Hour outreach Training General industry

Machine Guarding

OSHA- 10 Hour outreach Training General industry

Personal Protective Equipment

OSHA- 10 Hour outreach Training General industry

Safety and Health Programs

OSHA- 10 Hour outreach Training General industry

Walking and working Surfaces, Including Fall protection

OSHA- 10 Hour outreach Training General industry

Signs and Slogans

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Safety Flash

Construction Siding Subcontractor Installer Killed when Oversized Scaffolding Platform Destabilized and Telescopic Forklift Overturned

A 48-year-old foreman was killed while repairing a water line break. The victim was inside an excavated hole in a roadway.

In April of 2013, an orchard worker died when he was run over by a rotary mower after he fell from the tractor it was attached to. The victim was using the tractor and mower attachment to cut the grass between rows of pear trees. The incident was not witnessed, but investigators believe that it is most probable that he fell when he attempted to dismount the tractor to retrieve his hat that may have been knocked off by a low hanging branch. He likely either failed to put the tractor in neutral when he stopped, causing the tractor to lurch forward when he removed his foot from the clutch pedal, or inadvertently moved the gear selector lever out of neutral as he stood up to dismount the tractor. In either scenario, it is assumed that the sudden or unexpected movement of the tractor caused him to fall to the ground between the tractor and the mower. As the tractor continued to move forward, the victim’s upper body was run over by the 1740 lb. mower. He was pronounced dead at the scene.

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