Workplace Accident Safety Training

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PPT 2010, PPT 2013, PPT 2016

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A safe work environment is a productive one. No matter the size or type of the business, procedures for safety in the workplace are a necessity for all staff. Safety measures protect employees as well as equipment and business property. Avoiding or minimizing injuries and damage to equipment and facilities will result in fewer expenses and more profit for a business.

Identifying workplace safety hazards and issues is the first step in protecting employees. Common work safety concerns can include ergonomics, presence of hazardous chemicals, mechanical problems, noise pollution, restricted visibility, dangers of falling and weather-related hazards. 

Mechanical safety issues can occur related to the operation of any machine in the workplace. Noise and visibility issues can compromise an employee’s hearing and sight. Falls resulting from poor housekeeping or negligence can cause serious injury and death; procedures should be in place to prevent them. 

Each business should have a safety policy in place, created either by management or in a joint effort between management and staff. Every employee has a role in carrying out the safety policies. A safety handbook should be created identifying safety issues and spelling out consequences of not following the appropriate safety procedures.

Training is necessary so that employees will know the importance of safety and how to practice safety in the workplaces. Depending on the type of equipment used, the training may be required by a federal mandate. 

Appropriate personal protective equipment must be available to anyone who comes in contact with a potential work safety hazard. This can include hard hats, protective eyewear, earplugs, shoes, gloves and clothing.

Safety in the workplace results in fewer accidents, which results in fewer costs for worker’s compensation, less down time for employees, and less retraining time for workers otherwise needed to replace an injured worker. Avoiding damage to equipment will result in fewer repair costs.

This template will primarily be useful to health and safety professionals. You can use the slides in this template to help you prepare your equipment safety instructions. You can also describe in detail the functions of protective suits and tools.

This template can be used when preparing OSH trainings for new employees. For example, you can prepare slides and mail them in for self-study by new employees. Then you can test their knowledge using the slides of this template as well.

This template can be used by teachers in schools when preparing fire safety or first aid information. This template can also be used by HR professionals to test their knowledge of the security rules of potential job applicants.

Workplace Safety is a professional and modern template that contains four stylish and fully editable slides. If necessary, you can change all the elements of the slide in accordance with your corporate requirements. This template will be useful for labor protection specialists, teachers, department heads. The Workplace Safety template will be a worthy addition to your collection of professional presentations.