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How To Use the Translation Features of PowerPoint
This how-to video will walk you through everything you need to know to get started using the translation features of PowerPoint.  For more information on using Translator with Microsoft PowerPoint, visit here.
 
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Final Rule: Walking-Working Surfaces and Fall Protection Standards External Link Icon
On November 17, 2016, OSHA issued a final rule updating its 44-year old general industry Walking-Working Surfaces standard to protect workers from slip, trip, and fall hazards.  The rule also increases consistency in safety and health standards for people working in both general and construction industries.  OSHA estimates the final rule will prevent more than 5,800 injuries a year.  The rule takes effect Jan. 17, 2017.

83 slides
Basic Rigging
The handling, setting and erection of materials and equipment is a hazardous occupation.  Each operation presents its own peculiar problems and no two jobs are alike.

6 slides
Bears and Ladders
Here's an imaginative presentation using bears to get the point across about fall protection and ladder safety.

78 slides
Fall Hazards
There are two types of falls that need to be considered: (1) falls to the same level, such as when walking on the ground and you trip, and (2) falls to a lower level, such as when you fall off a roof and land on the ground.

28 slides
Fall Prevention & Protection Systems
The participants will discuss the differences between fall restraint and fall arrest.  This discussion is intended to inform the participants that there are different types of protection: fall restraint and fall arrest.

43 slides
Fall Protection
This presentation examines the requirements of 29 CFR PART 1926 on Fall Protection.

31 slides
Fall Protection
Discusses those times when the body unintentionally moves from an upright position to a prone, or semi-prone position.

10 slides
Why You Need Fall Protection
Photo presentation containing before and after shots of the fall of a crane worker.

23 slides
Fall Prevention Training Program
This presentation is designed for elimination/reduction of fall hazards.

34 slides
Walking and Working Surfaces
Illustrations and photos hilite this presentation on the regulatory requirements of fall protection.

15 slides
Fall Protection
Working at random elevations and exposure to slip and trip hazards are common situations when working in construction.

48 slides
Fall Protection and Prevention
Covers personal fall arrest systems and additional safeguards.

127 slides
Fall Protection for Construction
Developing a fall protection program for the construction industry.

94 slides
Fall Protection Training
This presentation examines the requirements of 29 CFR PART 1926 on Fall Protection.

29 slides
Fall Protection
Falls accounted for 10% of fatal work injuries in 1994 and 1995.
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30 slides
Fall Protection and Ladder Safety Training
Falls are the number one cause of fatalities in the construction industry accounting for approximately 33% of all fatalities.

33 slides
Fall Protection
Fall protection must be used when working at a level 6 feet or higher.

20 slides
Fall Protection
This presentation examines the requirements of 29 CFR PART 1926 on Fall Protection.

100 slides
Building a Fall Protection Program
Each year, falls consistently account for the greatest number of fatalities in the construction industry, and are always a major concern in other industries.

75 slides
Fall Protection
This presentation examines the requirements of 29 CFR PART 1926 on Fall Protection.

46 slides
Fall Protection Basics
Examines regulations contained in Part 57 pertaining to fall protection.

24 slides
Fall Protection
This presentation is designed to assist trainers conducting OSHA 10-hour Construction Industry outreach training for workers.  Since workers are the target audience, this presentation emphasizes hazard identification, avoidance, and control – not standards.

42 slides
Fall Protection for Construction
Falls are the number one cause of fatalities in the construction industry accounting for approximately 33% of all fatalities.

17 slides
Personal Fall Arrest Systems
Covers personal fall arrest systems and additional safeguards.

4 slides
Hazards in Construction
In a recent 10-year study, OSHA estimates that 68,000 injuries and 95 deaths occur annually from falls from elevations covered under 1926 Subpart M.

20 slides
Floor and Wall Openings and Holes
Unprotected openings and holes can cause employees to fall, and flling objects to strike workers below.

10 slides
Fatal fall from a height
Sometimes all of us need a wake up call to remind us, that over confidence due to the repetitive nature of the job and ‘experience’ overseeing safety procedures and precautions can lead to FATAL results.

1 slide
Training Certificate - Fall Protection
This a is a sample training certificate that can be used for your training presentations.

13 slides
Working at Height
Photos illustrate "The Good Ole Days" before fall protection regulations.

22 slides
Identified Workplace Hazards
Photos illustrate hazards of fall along with discussion on fall protection.
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