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MARCOM Group Ltd., The Description:
MARCOM's "Personal Protective Equipment" Videotape Program has been created specifically to involve employees in the process of understanding the proper use of Personal Protective Equipment and to help facilities in fulfilling OSHA's Personal Protective Equipment Standards (29 CFR,1910. 132, 133, 134,135,136,137,138) training requirements. The Videotape looks at why Personal Protective Equipment is so important and reminds employees of what is available. "On-the-job" injuries affect all types of people, doing all types of work. Each year hundreds of thousands of workers are injured... at a cost to employers of billions of dollars annually. Studies show that the majority of workplace injuries could be avoided if employees used the proper Personal Protective Equipment. Yet many people have little idea of what protective equipment should be used in their jobs, or how to use it properly.
Areas covered in the program include a review of OSHA's Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) Standards, PPE for eye and face hazards, PPE for respiratory hazards, PPE for head hazards, PPE for foot hazards, PPE to guard against electrical hazards, PPE to guard against hand and finger hazards, and more! The Videotape Program comes with a comprehensive Leader's Guide, reproducible Scheduling & Attendance Form, Employee Quiz, Training Certificate and Training Log.
Personal Protective Equipment Video Excerpt: Every day thousands of employees like you risk serious injury while on the job. They are in danger of being struck, cut, burnt, blinded, or electrocuted. The hazards they face range from crushing machine parts, to caustic substances, to falling objects. Despite these threats, however, the majority of these workers remain safe. This is because workplace tragedies can be averted by using personal protective equipment, or PPE, as it’s commonly called. What is PPE? It’s anything that you wear to prevent or minimize injuries. It’s often as simple as a hard hat, eye protection, or a pair of work gloves. But personal protective equipment can only prevent permanent disability if you use and maintain it properly. Unfortunately, not everyone does. Even with all of the protection that is available OSHA statistics show that on-the-job injuries are still widespread. For example, OSHA estimates that 2500 eye injuries take place in the workplace every day. Crippling injuries have reached alarming proportions. Each year over 500,000 employees are hurt while on the job.