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Slips, Trips and Falls

Slips, trips and falls are the second leading cause of work-related deaths and the third leading cause of disabling work injuries. The slips, trips, and falls training program recognizes the misconceptions of fall injuries and gives workers pedestrian safety tips and sufficiently trains them in slips, trips and falls prevention.  Included in this section are impactful training videos that stress fall prevention, pedestrian safety, and a general awareness that will reduce exposure to slips, trips and falls in the workplace.

An example of a worker who does not understand how to prevent slips trips and falls in the workplace
Fall Factors: Understanding & Preventing Slips, Trips and Falls
Product Code: FFUP

Slips, trips and falls result in more than 15 million workplace injuries each year and are the third leading cause of disability among employees. In addition, injuries related to falls are the second leading cause of on-the-job fatalities. The good news is that these accidents can be prevented.
A re-enactment of a workplace accident resulting in a worker being injured from a slip, trip or fall
Small Falls Are A Big Deal
Product Code: SFBD

Some of the worst fall injuries don't always involve someone plummeting from a 100-foot chemical tank; they result from simple accidents like a trip over an unsecured rug or a fall on a slippery surface.
A worker who ignored their safety training is injured from a slip trip or fall in the workplace
Slips, Trips and Falls Safety Training
Product Code: STF

Slips, trips and falls are the second leading cause of work-related deaths and the third leading cause of disabling work injuries.  These accidents don't just happen...they usually involve some type of mental mistake.
An employee aware of potential workplace hazards while walking and avoids serious injury or death
Pedestrian Safety
Product Code: PDS

More then 25 million workers suffer some type of injury while walking at work each year. Like other on-the-job injuries, these can be prevented. This program shows the importance of maintaining an awareness of walking hazards.
A person attempting to walk safely on ice during winter conditions to avoid injury and stay safe
Winter Walking: Staying On Your Feet
Product Code: WWSF

By its very nature, winter walking is a seasonal safety issue and limited to several months. Yet thousands of serious injuries happen every winter. The personal and financial impacts of a wintertime injury can last throughout the year for the individual and for the employer.
Walking Safely in Icy Conditions
Product Code: WICY

In this program, EMT/Firefighter Martin Lesperance explains how and why walking on icy surfaces is dangerous as well as the proper safety precautions viewers should take when walking on snow and ice.