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Materials Handling and Storage Procedures, Online Training Format

SKU: 255
$14.25

Materials Handling and Storage ProceduresFor business operations to run efficiently and profitably, parts and materials must flow smoothly throughout the production and distribution process. Yet the goals of speed and efficiency cannot be achieved at the cost of increased risk of injury and death to workers responsible for moving these materials. For this reason, the U.S. Department of Labor’s Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) has established strict standards governing the way materials are handled and stored in the workplace.

To prevent injuries and deaths resulting from improperly handling and storing materials, employers and employees must be able to identify the hazards associated with handling workplace materials, understand OSHA's regulations that address these concerns, and implement procedures that prevent and correct unsafe conditions and practices in the workplace.

This course provides comprehensive instruction in how to properly handle and store workplace materials, enabling employers to conduct business efficiently and employees to work safely.

TARGET AUDIENCE
All employees who handle materials regularly during their workday.

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TIME TO COMPLETE
90 minutes

PURPOSE
To educate employees about the risks associated with handling and storing materials and to instruct them in the procedures for using and storing them safely to prevent injuries and death.

FORMS INCLUDED
There are no forms or documents in this course.


Materials Handling and Storage Procedures

Table of Contents

  • Chapter 1: Instructions
    • Page 1
  • Course Objectives
  • Chapter 2: Introduction
    • Page 2
    • The Importance of Being Trained to Handle Materials
      • Page 3
    • The Role of OSHA
      • Page 4
  • Chapter 3: Back and Repetitive Stress Injuries
    • Page 5
    • Preventing Back Injuries: Engineering Controls
      • Page 6, 7
    • Preventing Back Injuries: Administrative Controls
      • Page 8, 9
    • Before the Lift
      • Page 10
    • Proper Lifting Technique: Plan
      • Page 11
    • Proper Lifting Technique: Keep It Close
      • Page 12
    • Proper Lifting Technique: Get Low
      • Page 13
    • Proper Lifting Technique: Get Stable
      • Page 14
    • Proper Lifting Technique: Don’t Twist
      • Page 15
    • Safe Lifting
      • Page 16, 17
    • Repetitive Motion Injuries
      • Page 18
    • How Repetitive Stress Injuries Occur
      • Page 19
    • Symptoms of Repetitive Motion Injuries
      • Page 20
    • Why Repetitive Motion Injuries Occur
      • Page 21
    • Preventing Repetitive Motion Injuries: Employee Actions
      • Page 22
    • Preventing Repetitive Motion Injuries: Administrative Controls
      • Page 23
    • Preventing Repetitive Motion Injuries: Engineering Controls
      • Page 24
    • Preventing Repetitive Motion Injuries: A Case Study
      • Page 25, 26, 27, 28, 29
  • Chapter 4: Using Mechanical Aids to Handle Materials
    • Page 30
    • Types of Mechanical Aids
      • Page 31
    • When to Seek Help
      • Page 32
    • Using Mechanical Aids Properly
      • Page 33
    • Lifting with Mechanical Aids
      • Page 34
    • Safe Practices
      • Page 35
    • Using Mechanical Aids: A Case Study
      • Page 36, 37
  • Chapter 5: Identifying Hazardous Chemicals
    • Page 38
    • The Importance of Information
      • Page 39
    • OSHA Standards
      • Page 40
    • Chemical States of Hazardous Materials
      • Page 41
    • Means of Exposure
      • Page 42
    • Your “Right to Know” about Potential Chemical Hazards
      • Page 43
    • Sources of Information about Hazardous Materials: Chemical Container Labels
      • Page 44
    • Sources of Information about Hazardous Materials: Material Safety Data Sheets
      • Page 45, 46, 47
    • Container Label Requirements
      • Page 48
    • Label Hazard Warning
      • Page 49
    • Other Container Label Requirements
      • Page 50
    • Suggested Label Information
      • Page 51, 52
    • Reading Warning Labels
      • Page 53
    • Keywords on Chemical Contained Labels
      • Page 54
    • Specific Hazard Keywords
      • Page 55, 56, 57, 58
  • Chapter 6: Handling Hazardous Chemicals
    • Page 59
    • Read the MSDS
      • Page 60
    • Minimize Contact
      • Page 61
    • Handling Containers
      • Page 62
    • Maximize Safety
      • Page 63
    • Responding to Emergency Situations
      • Page 64
    • Compressed Gas Cylinders
      • Page 65, 66, 67, 68
  • Chapter 7: Using Industrial Powered Trucks to Move Hazardous Materials
    • Page 69
    • Forklift Identification
      • Page 70
    • Forklift Safety: A Case Study
      • Page 71
    • Preventive Measures for Forklift Safety
      • Page 72, 73, 74
    • Common Forklift Hazards
      • Page 75, 76
    • What Employees Must Do
      • Page 77
    • Center of Gravity
      • Page 78, 79
    • Forklift Tipovers
      • Page 80, 81
    • What to Do When a Forklift Tips Over
      • Page 82
    • Forklift Operator Safety Rules
      • Page 83, 84
    • Working Around Forklifts and Other Powered Trucks
      • Page 85
    • Dangers to Pedestrians in the Workplace
      • Page 86
    • Rules for Pedestrians
      • Page 87, 88, 89, 90
  • Chapter 8: Using Hoists, Cranes, and Slings to Move Materials
    • Page 91
    • How Lifting Equipment Works
      • Page 92
    • Choosing the Right Sling
      • Page 93, 94
    • Hazards of Using Cranes: A Case Study
      • Page 95
    • Operating a Crane Safely
      • Page 96, 97
    • Preparing for a Crane Lift
      • Page 98, 99
    • Imbalance with a Center of Gravity
      • Page 100
    • Precautions Before a Lift
      • Page 101, 102
    • Precautions During a Lift
      • Page 103
    • Working around Cranes
      • Page 104, 105, 106, 107
  • Chapter 9: Conclusion
    • Page 108
  • Chapter 10: Time to Review
    • Page 109
  • Exam (multiple choice)






Student Benefits

Students and employees who take the Materials Handling and Storage Procedures course will enjoy:

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HRCI Recertification Credits
 
0.00 HRCI Recertification Credit(s).
 
SHRM PDC Credits
 
0.00 SHRM PDC Credit(s).
 
CAM Credits
 
1.00 CAM Credit(s).
 
Florida Bar CLE Recertification Credits
 
0.00 Florida Bar CLE Recertification Credit(s).
 
Florida Bar CLE Ethics Recertification Credits
 
0.00 Florida Bar CLE Ethics Recertification Credit(s).
 
State Bar of Georgia CLE Recertification Credits
 
0.00 State Bar of Georgia CLE Recertification Credit(s).
 
State Bar of Georgia CLE Ethics Recertification credits
 
0.00 State Bar of Georgia CLE Ethics Recertification credit(s).
 
FL CE 2-20 Credits
 
0.00 FL CE 2-20 Credit(s).
 
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19 interactive learning activities.
 
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13 questions and answers.
 
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Practice Quiz
 
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2 exam true or false questions and 8 exam multiple choice questions.
 
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