Severe Weather Safety: Prepare, Survive & Recover
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"Resource Conservation Recovery Act Employee Training" reviews the important updates mandated in the latest EPA RCRA regulations. The new E-Manifest system is explained in detail to show viewers how to provide more accurate and timely tracking information on hazardous waste shipments electronically instead of using outdated paper forms. The EPA's goal is to phase out written manaifests within the next four years, so it is critical that your employees understand how the new system works. Other topics include basic RCRA components, listed and characterized wastes, categories of generators, storage area requirements, and waste minimization procedures.
While lightning, floods, hail, and tornadoes can cause destruction alone, the consequences can be devastating when their effects are combined. That's why it's imperative that your employees always be prepared for severe weather, no matter where they live and work. "Severe Weather Safety: Prepare, Survive & Recover" reviews the proper actions viewers should take before, during and after a severe weather event. Topics include precautionary measures to take to prepare for severe weather, practices for surviving harsh weather conditions, and proper actions to take to recover after a storm has ended.
Each year, there are more than 65,000 on-the-job head injuries that result in missed workdays and over 1,000 deaths. To prevent these incidents, the most important thing workers can do is to always wear their hardhats when required. "To The Point About Preventing Head Injuries" stresses to viewers that wearing a hardhat must become a habit because it will only protect them if they have it on. Topics include hardhat requirements, the three industrial classes of hardhats, the importance of a proper fit, and inspection and storage of headgear.
When most of us hear the term "defensive driving," we think about staying alert and being able to react quickly in order to evade a crash or prevent a collision out on the road. But it is more than that! Defensive driving helsp to keep us out of situations that require evasive action in the first place. "To The Point About Defensive Driving" provides an overview of the defensive driving practices all vehicle operators should follow to prevent crashes and collisions. Topics include driving preparations, anticipating potential hazards, alerting others of our planned actions, speed and following distance, and avoiding road rage situations.« back to news list