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This program reviews basic housekeeping practices that can prevent workplace fires and discusses other hazards that could contribute to employee injuries, but can be controlled by good housekeeping. Topics include keeping a tidy work area, controlling fire hazards, maximizing productivity, controlling slip and trip hazards, maintaining personal hygiene and housekeeping practices for offices and break areas.
This fast-moving video uses several re-creations of situations involving poor housekeeping to demonstrate how housekeeping and teamwork are the keys to working safely and productively. Training topics include fire prevention, storage of equipment and work materials, responding to leaks and spills, and employee attitude and commitment.
Good housekeeping is part of your job, just as important as doing the job right and getting it done on time. When you can count on good housekeeping, the job gets done and your day goes a lot more smoothly. Housekeeping isn't difficult; it's really just common sense. This video discusses four areas of good housekeeping: fire hazards & safety precautions, importance of organization & storage, avoiding slip and trip hazards and emergency procedures.