Summit Training's Fall Protection: Elevated Platforms isdesigned to teach workers the importance of best safety practices at anyelevated height. The program is available in Spanish and uses high-end graphicsand on-site footage to illustrate safety practices for flatbed trucks, loading processes,scissor lifts, crane bridges, and lanyards.
Summit Training's online hexavalent chromium training course is now available in video and DVD formats. The areas covered include: "What is Hexavalent Chromium?"; "Permissible Exposure Limits"; and "Staying Safe." Chromium compounds are poisonous if inhaled or ingested and can cause serious skin allergic reactions.
Sperian Hearing Protection LLC.
A new wear-time evaluation tool, available free from Howard Leight by Sperian, is designed to inform workers of the damage caused by removing their hearing protection. On one side, the disc identifies the optimal amount of attenuation a hearing protection device (HPD) will provide over an eight-hour shift. The reverse side offers advice on selecting the proper hearing protector.
SafeStart is the most successful safety training process in the world for developing personal, 24/7 safety skills that address the human factors that are involved in the majority of incidents and injuries. Learn how SafeStart fits within your existing safety system to reduce injuries 24/7.
BullEx Digital Safety's fire extinguisher training product, the HotShot, uses an LED panel to simulate flames that respond directly to a trainee's actions. Sensors on the device interact with BullEx's SmartExtinguisher™ to detect where the trainee is aiming and sweeping. The device can simulate class A, B, and C fires at four different difficulty levels. Booth 1842.
EMS Safety Services Inc.
EMS Safety Services' new Triple Combo student workbook features an AED, CPR, and first aid program together in one easy-to-read workbook. The workbook includes certification cards and works hand-in-hand with the Triple Combo DVD to streamline workplace training. Instructor courses are also available. Booth 2448.
The Construction Institute
The Construction Institute's new OSHA-funded multimedia DVD-based learning tool, titled "4 High Hazards," incorporates text slides, instructive computer animation, graphics, video, and interviews with workers and safety experts concerning hazards from falls, electrocution, struck-bys, and caught-in-betweens. A DVD on excavation and trenching is also available.
Digital 2000 Inc.
Digital 2000's custom online learning projects feature live video that is available in high and low bandwidth. The service has no set-up, storage, or administrative charges, and tracking and reporting is provided to meet users' specific needs. The service features low pay-per-view costs and allows users to ask questions to topic experts.
American Heart Association
The American Heart Association's new suite of Heartsaver™ and Family and Friends™ basic life support training materials reflects the association's 2005 guidelines for cardiopulmonary resuscitation and emergency cardiovascular care. Incorporating the "practice-while-watching" training method, the student texts feature color-coded lesson maps, an easy-to-reference content design, and a workbook format for easy note taking.
J.J. Keller & Associates' new Confined Spaces: Dangerous Places program provides information on employees' roles and responsibilities during a permit-required confined space entry. This program contains general education and helps users to conduct training on the duties of authorized entrants, attendants, entry supervisors, and rescue and emergency services--as specified by OSHA.