Right-to-Know Safety Game
Right-to-Know Safety Game

Right-to-Know Safety Game

Your Price:$129.00
Part Number:C000RIN0

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English Version Part Number:: C000RIN0EQ
Spanish Version Part Number:: C000RIN0SQ

List Price: $129.00
Classification: Regulatory Compliance
Length of Video(in Minutes): 25
Year Produced: 1999
Publisher: MARCOM Group Ltd., The
System Requirements: 486/66 or better; 8 MB RAM; 40MB hard disk space; Sound board; Speaker system; 256-color VGA display; 1MB RAM Local video bus; CD-ROM drive (double speed or better).
Description: MARCOM's "Right-To-Know" Safety Game has been created specifically to assist facilities of all types in complying with Federal, state and municipal "Right-To-Know" regulations. The Game also addresses the major education and training requirements in these "chemical hazard" laws. The Safety Game both introduces employees to "Right-To-Know" regulations and provides training on the various types of chemicals found in industrial environments. The Game includes information on the background of the regulation, chemical hazard concepts, the Material Safety Data Sheet (MSDS), types of hazardous chemicals, characteristics and effects of various types of chemicals, safe handling practices, container labeling, use of Personal Protective Equipment (PPE), spills and cleanup, and more.

The Safety Game is a Jeopardy-style, computer-based training game that involves all employees in the training process. Employees are divided into teams that compete to obtain the best game score. The trainer acts as the game show “Host”, controlling the game board through the computer (the computer image is projected on a wall or screen in the classroom, or hooked up to a large monitor that all employees can see). Each Game consists of a 20 to 25 question match. Questions are divided into categories of important information from the topic. Games can be purchased alone... or with MARCOM’s Videotape Program on the same subject for the ultimate safety training session (show the Video, then play the Game). Games (as well as matching videos) are available on over 20 topics. A demo of The Safety Game can be downloaded from the internet.