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MSHA Part 46 Surface Miner Training Explained     
Wednesday, August 29 2012

MSHA Training DVD ProgramMSHA (The Mine Safety and Health Administration) has mandated MSHA Part 46 for surface mining operations.  Part 46 covers training and retraining at surface mining operations at the following types of mines: sand, gravel, marble, granite, sandstone, surface stone, surface clay, slate, shale, traprock, kaolin, cement, felspar, colloidal phosphate, surface limestone, and lime.  Part 46 also covers shell dredging.  Part 46 does not cover surface operations of underground mines.  Those workers who operate only on the surface of underground mines are trained under Part 48 which covers underground mine operations.  Even truck drivers who unload and load on mine premises are required to receive training under Part 46 for Site Specific Hazard Awareness.
 
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The Employer's Responsibilty with Electrical Safety in Construction     
Sunday, August 26 2012

Electrical Safety Construction VideoElectrical safety should be paramount at every construction site.  Electrocution has become one of the leading causes for fatalities at a job site and employers have the responsibility to take reasonable steps to keep their workers safe.  The following is a list of steps every employer should take to reduce the risk of electrical injury their job site.
 
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Electrical Safety Hazards in Construction Environments     
Saturday, August 25 2012

Electrial Safety in Construction TrainingIt’s a well-known fact that construction environments contain a number of potential electrical hazards.  The construction site is an extremely dangerous place.  The best way to protect your employees is through electrical hazard safety training.  Electrocution is the 4th leading cause of death in the construction industry and contrary to common held beliefs it doesn’t take much electricity to stop a worker’s heart.

There are three very common electrocution hazards that are prevalent in the construction industry and every construction worker needs to be fully educated on how to avoid putting themselves a position to come in contact with them.
 
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Captain Sully Sullenberger's Keys to Workplace Safety     
Tuesday, August 21 2012

Safety Training VideoCaptain Sullenberger landed his plan on the Hudson it was hailed as a miracle and it made "Sully" an instant national hero and legend.  The landing seemed like a true miracle...an one in a million lucky break, however the success of the emergency landing was really a culmination of a lifetime of preparation combined with a highly developed safety system.  Captain Sullenberger modestly proclaims his life as all about routine, check-lists and procedures.  This attention to detail and preparation combined with dedication saved the lives of hundreds of people.  He has spent his life immersed in safety training.
 
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The Top 10 Most Cited OSHA Safety Violations     
Monday, August 20 2012

Lockout Tagout VideosMake sure that your company is protected from OSHA penalties.  The following list contains the ten most commonly cited OSHA safety violations. (source: US Dept. of Labor)  Employers are required by OSHA to provide employee OSHA training in these areas.  It will keep your workplace safe from injuries and your organization protected from hefty OSHA fines. 
 
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