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MARCOM Group Ltd., The Description:
MARCOM's ''Safety Housekeeping and Accident Prevention'' Videotape Program demonstrates to employees how to prevent workplace accidents by paying attention to safety housekeeping considerations. Good safety housekeeping can significantly reduce accidents and injuries in any type of work environment. By developing good safety habits, and by being aware of their work environment and any hazards associated with it, employees can help to create a much safer workplace. The Videotape includes information on safety awareness, handling rubbish and excess materials, keeping aisles and stairways clean, using ropes and electric cords, dealing with hazardous chemicals, tool maintenance, proper tool storage, and more. The Videotape Program comes with a comprehensive Leader's Guide, reproducible Scheduling & Attendance Form, Employee Quiz, Training Certificate and Training Log.
Safety Housekeeping Video and DVD Excerpt: When we leave for work we do so fully expecting that when our shift is over we’ll return home safely. While at work we remind ourselves to watch what we’re doing. We don’t want any problems. We consider the things that could go wrong and follow safe work practices. Our goal is to prevent accidents, those that happen to us or our co-workers. That’s what good safety housekeeping is all about. What are the basics of working safely? Well, after we get a handle on what could go wrong we need to eliminate any hazards and have a contingency plan in mind should something pop up. We should also know how to use our tools correctly, that means safely. Standard work practices should be followed at all times. They’re set up to keep us out of trouble. Remember to wear the proper personal protective equipment. Without it, we’re just increasing the potential danger we face. We also need to know what we’re made of. We must have a feel for our capability and our limitations. We should pace ourselves to get the job done correctly, and without incident. We must always remind ourselves the importance of good safety habits.