It has been estimated that almost 20% of all disabling accidents on the job involve the hands. Without your fingers or hands, your ability to work would be greatly reduced. Human hands are unique. No other creature in the world has hands that can grasp, hold, move, and manipulate objects like human hands. They are one of your greatest assets.
Hand protection (gloves) used at your worksite (recommended) Certificates to hand out to the class as proof of attendance (optional) A training roster to pass around for your records (recommended)
This topic covers OSHA's regulations for hand protection, which are a subset of its personal protective equipment (PPE) requirements. Common types of hand and finger injuries include traumatic injuries (e.g., cuts, fractures, punctures, and amputations), contact injuries (e.g., skin diseases or burns), and carpal tunnel syndrome, which is a condition that results from prolonged repetive work ...
safety training for Hand Protection with PowerPoints, tool box talks, audio presentations and meetings with complete resources for safety managers to train employees.
The secret to training success is to make training interesting enough to be memorable. During its hand safety training, U.S. Steel wanted to demonstrate to employees how serious hand injuries can be. To do this, employees were asked to perform simple daily tasks, like opening a jar of peanut butter or putting on a work shirt, without using their fingers or hands.
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