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Warehouse Safety

The fatal injury rate for the warehousing industry is higher than the national average for all industries.  Over 100 warehouse employees are killed and 95,000 are injured in forklift accidents alone.  This is one of many areas of training that warehouse employees should receive.

An overview of the proper safe lifting techniques for Dr. Michael Schaefer's PowerLift
PowerLift: Lifting Training That Works!
Product Code: PLFT

Dr. Michael Schaefer has recognized the flaws of the conventional lifting technique and developed a safe, easy and stronger lifting position...The PowerLift.
PowerLift: Lifting Techniques for a Healthy Back
Product Code: PLFT2

This program demonstrates how to combine various lifts and postures associated with Dr. Schaefer's PowerLift technique to overcome the real world challenges presented by many material handling situations.
A warehouse worker demonstrating safe material handling techniques to avoid workplace injuries
Move It Safely: Avoiding Injuries While Moving Materials
Product Code: MVT

This program discusses the techniques, precautions and safe work practices you can follow so that when an object must be moved, you are able to "Move It Safely".
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.
A forklift safety trainer describing safe operating procedures to a group of forklift operators
Operator - Forklift Safety Lessons for the Safe Operator
Product Code: LOF

Powered industrial trucks, commonly called forklifts, can be very dangerous.  Each year, nearly 100 workers are killed and another 20,000 seriously injured in forklift-related accidents. Forklift operators play a vital role in preventing these incidents.
An avoidable forklift accident involving a forklift operator and a pedestrian in a warehouse
Pedestrian - Forklift Safety Lessons for the Safe Pedestrian
Product Code: LPF

Forklifts can be very dangerous for both operators and employees out on the floor. In fact, 20% of all forklift incidents involve pedestrians being struck by a lift truck. In such an incident, it's the pedestrian that will suffer an injury or even death.
A warehouse worker safely operating an electric pallet jack to avoid injury in the workplace
Operating Electric Pallet Jacks Safely
Product Code: OEPJ

This program discusses how to safely operate electric-powered pallet jacks so operators can deliver their loads while avoiding injury and property damage.
A safety trainer showing warehouse workers how to operate order selectors safely in the workplace
Operating Order Selectors Safely
Product Code: OOSS

This program examines some common hazards posed by the operation of order selectors and how to control these hazards through safe operating practices.
A warehouse worker safely operating a reach truck avoiding injury by following safe work practices
Operating Reach Trucks Safely
Product Code: ORTS

This program discusses common hazards presented by the operation of reach trucks and how to control those hazards through safe operating techniques.
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 worker following safe work practices while using a box cutter or utility knife to avoid injury
Box Cutter / Utility Knife Safety
Product Code: BCUK

This attention-grabbing program begins with a series of accidents caused by the unsafe use of utility knives.
Forklift Operator Certification Series
Product Code: FCRT

The four (4) video lessons in this comprehensive Program are designed to help certify operators at your facility while ensuring that trainees receive the appropriate training that will help prevent injuries, death and property damage during lift truck operation.
Training Materials for Forklift Operator Certification Series
Product Code: MATS

This Product Page is for ordering additional copies of the printed Training Materials for the "Forklift Operator Certification Series" Program.

Orientation to Safety for New Employees
Product Code: OSNE

This program discusses the most common safety issues new hires may encounter while performing their jobs and the safe work practices and job procedures that must be followed.
An example of a stored energy hazard in a warehouse creating a dangerous work environment.
Stored Energy: The Hidden Hazard
Product Code: SEHH

This program is designed to raise your employees' awareness of all types of stored energy hazards in the work environments where they can be found.
Overview Safety Training Video on Slips, Trips and Falls
2021 Overview Series: Slips, Trips and Falls
Product Code: OVSF

Topics include factors in maintaining balance and stability, selecting proper footwear, understanding and preventing slips and trips, unsafe acts that contribute to falls and safe work practices to prevent falls.
CAL / OSHA: Forklift Operator Training
Product Code: COFRK

One hazard in many industrial workplaces is the unsafe operation of powered industrial trucks, commonly called forklifts or lift trucks. Ensuring that drivers operate forklifts in a safe manner can prevent injuries and save lives. Forklift operators must be properly trained and if an employee is not trained, they should not be behind the wheel of a forklift.