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Defensive Driving

Driving 101 – Your Biggest Risk

Driving is one of the most dangerous things almost everyone does. It is important to take driving safely seriously and prevent accidents and fatalities on the roadways.

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Motorcycle Awareness

Possible Risks and best practices when sharing the road with motorcyclists.

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Right of Way, ROW

To stay safe, follow all traffic laws and yield to all vehicles and pedestrians with the right of way.

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Defensive Driving Topics:

Accident Response

Adverse Weather

Aggressive Driving

Distracted Driving

Expecting Unexpected

Fatigue

Following Distances

Hazards

Highways

Intersections

Motorcycles

Pedestrians

Preparation

Right of Way

Roundabouts

Rural Environments

Seatbelts

Turning

Urban Environments

DOT

Seatbelts

For all operators safety, seat belts must be worn when equipped. This does not apply to equipment without Roll Over Protection Systems, or ROPS.

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DOT Inspections, Logbook

Keeping your truck well maintained and inspected will help not only prevent accidents on the road but citations.

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Temporary Traffic Control – TTC

Traffic Control Plans are created, approved and implemented to keep vehicles, pedestrians and workers safe during any work that must take place on roadways

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DOT Topics:

Backing Up & Spotter Safety

Seatbelts

Traffic Control

Trucking
• DOT Inspections

Emergency Response

Emergency Response, CPR

When trained in CPR you can save a life in an emergency. Basic principles to remember when administering CPR.

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Active Shooter, Run, Hide, Fight

Knowing what to do in the event of an active shooter can save lives. Practice you company’s emergency plan to keep you and your co-workers safe.

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Extinguishing Electrical Fires

Always use a Class C rated fire extinguisher on electrical fires. Water can fuel the fire and cause electrocution.

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Emergency Response Topics:

Actions Plans

Active Shooter

Animals

Asthma

Bloodborne Pathogens

Basic First Aid
• Burns
• Cuts
• Eye
• Preventing Infection

Choking

CPR

Diabetic

Downed Powerlines

Falls

Fire Prevention & Protection

First Responder

Heart Attack

Injury Reporting

Low & High Blood Sugar

Shock

Stroke

How to Use Tyfoom

Introduction

A brief overview of how the Tyfoom app works.

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Library, Accessing Videos

How to access videos on the Tyfoom App and what you can do from the Library tab.

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Developing Rockstar Employees

Tricks to doing the best in Tyfoom and developing into a Rockstar Employee.

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How to Use Tyfoom Topics:

Admin

User

 

HR

Sexual Harassment, HR, Behavior, Prevention, Reporting

There are many forms of sexual harassment and all of them should not be tolerated in the workplace. Understanding the different types, avoiding these behaviors and actions, and reporting anything of this nature is essential to preventing sexual harassment in the workplace.

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Drug Free Workspace, HR, Policies & Procedures, Safe Environment

Having a drug-free workplace is an essential part of everyone’s safety. Any suspicion of drugs and alcohol in the workplace should be reported to the supervisor immediately.

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Health & Wellness, Healthy Snacking

Identification of what is considered a snack and making healthy choices.

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HR Topics:

Anger Management

Attendance & Punctuality

Bullying

Business Ethics

Communication
• Body Language
• Conflict Resolution
• Online Communication
• Workplace

Commitment to Safety

Confidentiality Agreement
NDA

Contagious Illness

Customer Service

Drug Free Workplace

Electronics & Cyber Security
• Cyber Security
• Personal Devices

Ergonomics

Eye Fatigue

Fit For Duty

Fraud Prevention

Gratitude

HIPPA

Horseplay

Housekeeping

Health and Wellness
• Anxiety
• Burnout
• Cholesterol
• Contagious Illness
• Emotional Eating
• Healthy Habits
• Mental Health
• Opioid Abuse
• Suicide

Labor Laws
• At-will Employment
• Equal Opportunity

Lifting

Moonlighting

Sexual Harassment

Personal Development
• Five Ways to Excel
• Leadership

Slips, Trips and Falls

Smoke Free Environment

Standards of Conduct

Strains and Sprains

Testimonial

Workplace Dress

Workplace Fatigue

Workplace Stress

Workplace Violence

 

MSHA

MSHA Training and Regulations

Required Training to work on mine sites. MSHA 30 CFR, Part 46 and Part 48. Documentation of required training on 5000-23 forms.

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Regulations, Smoking, Access and Egress, Citations

Regulations applicable to mine sites enforced by MSHA. Smoking, Access and Egress and other various potential hazards that can lead to incidents and injuries and citations.

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Coal Mines, Fire Hazards, Controls, Citations

Fire Hazards are a serious concern on Coal Mines. Follow all regulations to prevent fires and citations

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OSHA

Fall Prevention vs Protection

There are many ways to prevent falls from occurring, instead of relying on fall protection. Choose the best control to reduce risk.

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Confined Spaces, Toxic Atmospheres

Description of what toxic atmospheres are and the different types of gases that can be harmful.

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Electrical: Arc Flash, Causes, Dust, Corrosion

Arc flash can be caused by many things including dust and corrosion of equipment.

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OSHA Topics:

Aerial Lifts

Caught In/Between

Confined Spaces

Cranes

Electrical
• Arc Flash
• Burns
• Circuit Protection
• Controls
• Exposed Parts
• Grounding
• MAD
• Static
• Tetanus

Excavation

Fall Preventions & Protection

Forklifts

Guardrails

Hand Tools

Power Tools

Hand Carts, Dollies & Pallet Jacks

Hazard Communication (HAZCOM)

Heat and Cold Stress
• Cold Weather
• Hot Weather

Heavy Equipment

Hit By/Struck By

Hot Work/Welding/Cutting

Housekeeping

Human Robot Collaboration – HRC

Lock Out/Tag Out

Machine Guarding

 

Ladders
• Articulated Ladders
• Basic Ladder Safety
• Carrying
• Climbing – 3 Points of

Contact
• Duty Ratings
• Extension
• Injury Prevention
• Inspections
• Loading, Securing and
• Transporting

• Mobile

• Setup and Levelling

• Step Ladders
• Storage & Maintenance
• Task Evaluation
• Proper Placement
• Risk Assessment

Materials Handling
• Carts & Dollies
• Pallet Jack


PPE
• Basics
• Body Protection
• Electrical
• Eye Protection
• Foot Protection
• Hand Protections
• Head Protection
• Hearing Protection
• Inspection, Maintenance & Sanitation
• Respirators

Pole Climbing

Scaffolding

Slips, Trips, & Falls

Strains & Sprains

Toxic & Hazardous Substances
• Beryllium
• Silica Dust

Risk Assessment

Introduction, Reduce Risks, Zero Harm

Introduction to how the Risk Assessment process works

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Recognizing Hazards, Falls, Electrical, Fumes

How to identify hazards including falls, electrocution, respiratory, and hearing hazards.

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Keep Safety First, Value, Stop, Reassess

A summary of the questions you should answer when doing risk assessment

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Risk Assessment Topics:

Assessing the Risks

Controlling the Hazards

Introduction

Keep Safety 1st

 

Recognizing Hazards

Think Through the Task

Zero Harm

Safety Culture, Types of Cultures

There are different levels of cultures when it comes to safety, quality and production. Having an interdependent culture is the only way to achieve and maintain an injury free workplace.

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Accident vs. Incident, Definitions, Injury Prevention

Understanding the difference between accidents and incidents helps identify how to combat them and prevent future re-occurrences.

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Safety, It’s on You

When it comes to safety, you are your greatest asset.

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Zero Harm Topics:

Accident Verse Incident

Safety Cultures

Safety- It’s On You

Types of Incidents and Injuries