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Workers who work on or near electricity are at risk of burns, shocks and other serious injuries. If you work with electricity, never work live. Watch this video to learn simple steps to keep yourself and your workers safe.
Electrical safety begins at home!Many of us underestimate just how dangerous electricity can be. This is evident in the fact that 20 people die in Australia every year from electrocution…..75% of these are non-electrical people. On top of this, over...Learn more
OSHA lockout tagout requirements are covered in the Control of Hazardous Energy Standard found in 29 CFR 1910.147.The video covers proper lockout and tagout procedures and written lockout tagout program components and requirements.
This electrical awareness video is focused on identifying hazards around electricity on the job site. All other hazards on the job require the same focus and respect while performing your hazard assessments and should not be disregarded or have any...Learn more
In this video, a crane truck operator contacts a high-voltage power line. If this happens and you are not in immediate danger, stay put until help arrives. If you are in immediate danger, shuffle at least 10 metres away from the point of contact.
Our Wrong Way Right Way: Safety Cases humorous safety videos help inject refreshing laughter into your safety training. Each clip shows employees the wrong way to handle a common safety issue. Once the wrong way has been established, the clips then...Learn more
Graphic Products features easy to understand Best Practice Guides on OSHA and industrial topics such as Arc flash, GHS, Lockout/Tagout, Floor Marking, and more. Visit DuraLabel YouTube Channel Here
Check out Graphic Products who feature easy to understand Best Practice Guides on OSHA and industrial topics such as Arc flash, GHS, Lockout/Tagout, Floor Marking, and more.
This quick Arc Flash video helps explain some of the basics to get you started. Graphic Products features easy to understand Best Practice Guides on OSHA and industrial topics such as Arc flash, GHS, Lockout/Tagout, Floor Marking, and more. Get your...Learn more
Make it a habit to inspect tools, power cords and electrical fittings for damage or wear and tear prior to use. Any damaged or faulty equipment should be immediately replaced. When necessary you should always tape the cord to the wall or the floor....Learn more
If you have electrical hazards, you already know the right PPE can save lives. NFPA 70E outlines four distinct categories of PPE, which this fun video walks you through.This animated video is the third in a 3-part series about arc flash safety,...Learn more
Guards need to be installed in cases where the designer has failed to achieve intrinsic safety through avoiding trapping and similar dangers. The consideration for choosing guard materials are strength, stiffness, durability (to cope with both...Learn more
Extension cords should be used sparingly and for temporary use only. If necessary, have wiring done to permanently solve the need for an extension cord. When using an extension cord follow these tips to ensure safety.Inspect the extension cord...Learn more
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