Slips, Trips and Falls
9 Meeting Kits | 5 Safety Videos | 2 Online Courses | 5 Safety Quizzes | 36 Articles & Expert Guidance Tips
Main reasons for slips, trips and falls are poor housekeeping, lack of PPE and careless workers.
Leaving tools and spills on the floor is a quick path to a co-worker tripping or slipping. Leaving cords running across the floor is another common tripping hazard.
Wearing the wrong type of shoes can mean slipping on wet floors. Wearing too big of shoes can mean tripping over your own feet while walking.
Simply failing to observe your surroundings can cause slips, trips and falls. Being attentive is the best protection.
SafetyNow resources help you explain to workers potential slip, trip and fall hazards at their workplace. As well, use them to educate workers on what can go wrong when housekeeping, PPE and behavior is careless.
Workplace Spills - Seven Sources and Seven Methods of Prevention and Control
From soda pop spilled on the breakroom floor at a local factory, to a chemical spill from that same factory that pollutes the river and contaminates your community’s water supply—workplace spills can range from minor inconveniences to major catastrophes.
Waiting for a Fall
Falls are the most common cause of workplace injuries and the second leading cause of accidental death in North America. Your job as custodian is important as your co-workers lives are in your hands. Keeping surfaces clear of clutter and clean of debris makes walkways safe for everyone, including you.
Don’t Slip Up
A moment of distraction is all it took for Terrence’s foot to catch at the walkway’s edge, causing him to stumble. He recovered his balance but it was a close thing!
Terrence is not the only one who trips at work. Slips and trips are the leading causes of accidents across industries. In this Safety Talk, you will learn what causes slips and trips and how to prevent them.
Maintain a Clean Workplace Together
Good housekeeping at work can do wonders to keep you safe from slips, trips, falls and fires. But good area maintenance habits don’t just happen – they require teamwork and employees to get involved in developing standards that fit each location.
Don't Take Falls Lightly
It’s easy to take the subject of falls lightly unless you or someone you know has had a serious fall. Then you realize how deadly this commonplace accident can be.
Millions of people are injured or killed by falls every year. Most of these falls occur on thesame level. That means they do not involve a fall from a height above ground level.Instead, most falls occur from slipping on a slick surface, or tripping over an object.
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Slips, Trips And Falls Safety Video
When most people think of workplace injuries they visualize high-risk activities. Slips, trips and falls are the second-leading cause of workplace injuries and fatalities. Over 50% of them occur at ground level. Slips, trips, and falls are 100% preventable. This new, engaging and fast-paced program will motivate your employees to recognize and respect the common causes of slips, trips and falls, and teach them procedures and techniques to prevent them from occurring and causing injury. This program will have a positive impact at your work site.
Preventing Slips & Falls Safety Video
Designed to promote awareness in preventing slips and falls. Covers potential hazards, importance of proper maintenance and cleaning procedures, and many other aspects of slips and falls prevention. Focus is on engineering, education, and enforcement.
Slips And Falls: Universal Language Safety Video
This video allows you to train in any language or country with equal results. Viewers are shown both the correct and incorrect ways to perform common tasks. Then, the clips are played back and viewers are asked to fill in a symbol-coded worksheet denoting which procedure they think is correct.
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Slips, Trips and Falls
Slips, trips and falls area major source of injury in the workplace. According to the Department of Labor, slips, trips and falls are the most common type of accident in the workplace and are responsible for around 25% of all reported injuries. These injuries aren’t always minor either; slips, trips and falls are the second leading cause of accidental death in the workplace. This course will teach employees about slip, trip and fall hazards and what they can do to minimize or eliminate those hazards. Employees will learn to identify general OSHA safety requirements, guarding for floor and wall openings, issues with stairways, ladder, scaffolds, loading docks and how personal behavior affects safety. This course is presented in English and Spanish.
Slips, Trips and Falls in Retail Sales
Slips, trips and falls are a major source of injury in U.S. workplaces. According to the Department of Labor, slips, trips and falls are the most common type of accident in the workplace and are responsible for around 25% of all reported injuries. These injuries aren’t always minor either; slips, trips and falls are the second leading cause of accidental death in the workplace. This course will teach employees about slip, trip and fall hazards and what they can do to minimize or eliminate those hazards. Employees will learn to identify general OSHA safety requirements, guarding for floor and wall openings, issues with stairways, ladder, scaffolds, loading docks and how personal behavior affects safety. This course is specifically designed for workers in the retail industry and contains examples and scenarios relevant to the retail environment. This course is intended to assist the employer in meeting the requirements of OSHA’s standards for walking and working surfaces.
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