DVD or USB Containing:
- 23 Minute Hand & Power Tool Safety Training Video
- PowerPoint Presentation
- OSHA Compliance Manual*
- OSHA Standard 29 CFR 1910 & 1926 as applicable*
- Topical Training Outline*
- Employee Quiz* & Trainer Answer Key*
- Completion Certificate* & Wallet Cards*
- Training and Attendance Forms*
- Hand and Power Tools Supplemental Documents*
(*Note: All printable documents may be printed or reproduced as many times as needed for use by purchasing employer.)
The video is 23 minutes and addresses the major areas needed to comply with OSHA regulations, including:
- General Safety Precautions
- Personal Protective Equipment
- Controls & Switches
- Hand Tools
- Power Tools
- Electric Tools
- Pneumatic Tools
- Powder-Actuated Tools
- Hydraulic Power Tools
- Abrasive Wheels & Tools
- Medical Emergency
The following are free previews of the Hand & Power Tool Safety Training videos:
Hand and power tools are a very common part of our everyday lives. While they are very useful, they can also be very dangerous. Anyone that has had a wrench slip from a bolt and scraped their knuckles or hammered their finger instead of the nail knows the pain that can occur from a simple mishap. Unfortunately, more serious injuries can and do occur with the use of such tools. By being more aware of the possible dangers and hazards of working with such tools and knowing how to protect yourself, you can more easily avoid or eliminate tool-related accidents.
Your safety is the main concern of OSHA and your employer. Rules and regulations are established for your benefit. You should work together with your employer to help create safe working procedures. Any unsafe working condition or tool should be reported immediately to your supervisor.
DVD with a CD-Rom Containing: Outline (English & Spanish), Quiz (English & Spanish), Answer Key, Certificate, Training Log, Wallet Card, PowerPoint Presentation (English & Spanish) & Manual.
National Safety Compliance has developed and approved this training video and materials to assist employers in complying with these regulations.