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Safety and Health

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Keep up with safety training requirements with this comprehensive kit.

Include Safety and Health's direct, easy-to-understand messages in your prevention programs. Add sparkle to your newsletters and training materials. Hand them out as discussion starters at regular safety meetings. Keep this kit handy to respond quickly to accident reports and special training needs as they arise. Keep up with safety training requirements with this comprehensive binder.

Also available in Spanish and Bilingual versions!
150 reproducible pages available in 2 formats:
- PDF files (CD-ROM)
- Looseleaf pages with binder (Kopy Kit)


Attitude andamp; Awareness
Attitude Is Everything

Accidents Cost Everyone

Safety Means No Fooling Around

Focus on Leadership Skills

Communication Tips for a Diverse Workforce

What's Your Safety Score? (quiz)

Assess Your Stress

Managing Work Stress

Confined Spaces
What Is a Confined Space?

The Confined Space Entry Permit

Oxygen Deficiency or Enrichment

Explosive or Combustible Atmosphere

Toxic Contaminants


Physical Conditions

Testing andamp; Monitoring the Atmosphere of a Confined Space

Confined Space Personnel: Entrant

Confined Space Personnel: Attendant

Confined Space Personnel: Supervisor

Confined Space Personnel: Rescue Team

Confined Space Atmospheric Controls

Fire Safety andamp; Emergency Response
A Guide to Worksite Fire Safety

The Fire Triangle

Fire Danger of Flammable andamp; Combustible Liquids

Fire Extinguishers: Choosing the Right Extinguisher

Worksite Fire Emergencies

Recognizing Medical Conditions

First Aid for a Choking Adult

First Aid for Adults Who Stop Breathing

First Aid for Eye Injuries

First Aid for Heart Attack

First Aid for Heat Stroke

First Aid for Minor Burns

First Aid for Minor Wounds

First Aid for Punctures and Impaled Objects

First Aid for Shock

First Aid for Strains andamp; Sprains

Bloodborne Pathogens: HIV and Hepatitis B

Bloodborne Pathogens: Universal Precautions

Reading Material Safety Data Sheets

Protecting Against Chemical Hazards

Manufacturer's Warning Labels

Hazardous Material Identification System Labels

NFPA Diamond

DOT Labels and Placards

Explosives andamp; Blasting Agents


Flammable Liquids

Flammable Solids

Poisonous Materials

Radioactive Materials

Corrosive Materials

Miscellaneous Hazardous Materials

Properties of Hazardous Materials

Reactivity of Hazardous Materials

Storing Hazardous Chemicals

Watch Out for Incompatible Chemicals

Preventing Explosions: Tips for Worksite Safety

Lead Hazards

Responding to a Chemical Spill

Emergencies Involving Solvents

Emergencies Involving Flammables

Emergencies Involving Corrosives

Emergencies Involving Reactives

Lifting andamp; Moving Material
Lifting Basics

The Mechanics of Lifting: How Your Back Works

Lifting Awkward Loads

Back Exercises: Making Your Back Work for You

Material Handling: Dollies and Hand Trucks

Material Handling: Powered Hand Trucks

Basic Rules for Forklift Operation

Working Safely Around Forklifts

Working Safely on Loading Docks

Other Hazards
Working Safely With Electricity

The Hazards of Electrical Shock

Responding to an Electrical Emergency

Working Near Overhead Power Lines

Lockout/Tagout: De-Energize for Safety

Eight Steps to Lock Out Hazardous Energy

Slips, Trips and Falls

How Noise Affects Hearing

Working Safely With Ladders

Watch Your Step on Scaffolds

Guard Against Machine Injuries

Working Safely With Grinders

Watch Out for Pinch Points

Welding Hazards

Basic Rules for Hand Tools

Basic Rules for Portable Power Tools

The Hazards of Cold

The Hazards of Heat

The Hazards of Fatigue

Preventing Repetitive Motion Injuries

Alcohol andamp; Other Drugs Affect Safety

Signs of Alcohol or Drug Abuse

Blood Alcohol Concentration and You

Protect Yourself Against Violence in the Workplace

The Golden Rule of Safe Driving

Characteristics of a Defensive Driver
Driving in Bad Weather

Safety Belts Can Save Your Life

Personal Protection
Respiratory Hazards

Choosing and Using Respiratory Protection

Hearing Hazards

Choosing and Using Hearing Protection

Eye Hazards

Choosing and Using Eye Protection

Hand Hazards

Skin Hazards

Choosing and Using Work Gloves

Choosing and Using Work Shoes

Choosing and Using Protective Headwear

Safety Posters
Safety is everyone's job.

On or off the job, keep safety in mind.

Expect the unexpected.

Accidents don't just "happen."

But they were just horsing around.

101 Stress Relievers

Confined space entries are never routine..

Do you know where the fire extinguisher is?

Bad wires can cause fires

Call for help before you try to put it out.

Pay attention to chemical warning labels.

Material Safety Data Sheets

Prevent chemical spills and leaks: inspect containers regularly

Store flammables properly.

Prevent chemical burns.

Lift with your legs, not your back.

Do push it. Don't pull it.

Get help with heavy loads.

Watch out around corners.

Respect electricity.

Before you work on it, lock it out!

Clean up before you slip up.

Do your part to prevent slips and falls.

Falls hurt. Watch where you're walking.

Basic rule of thumb: leave guards in place.

Use the right tool for the job.

Ouch! Watch out for pinch points.

You can't follow safety rules in your sleep.

Safety andamp; alcohol don't mix.

Keep your distance.

Safety belts keep the family together.

Use respiratory protection.

Use eye protection.

Use proper work gloves.

Use proper safety shoes.

Use proper head protection.

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1630KK Kopy-Kit Price: $180.00