Continuous Safety Improvement

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Summary

This 30-minute DVD discusses the steps involved in a typical conductor stringing job. Since lineworkers don’t string new conductors very often, this video provides a valuable overview of common types of conductor stringing, the This 18-minute DVD describes how workplace accidents can be reduced by continuous safety improvement. The process is described and reinforced by showing numerous real-world examples.

Training Sessions

Introduction– 2 minutes
A utility’s most valuable asset is its operating personnel. Any injury is a waste of human resources. It’s a constant battle to eliminate accidents.

Continuous Safety Improvement – 4 minutes
Every workplace can be made safer through the circular process of continuous safety improvement. How to classify accidents. Even minor incidents can suggest valuable improvements.

Controlling Hazards – 3 minutes
Hazards that can not be eliminated must be controlled. Find a safer alternative. Document, then follow all safe work practices.

Following Safety Procedures – 5 minutes
Most safety procedures were developed in response to accidents. These examples are shown: getting in and out of vehicles, protecting work areas with cones, correctly positioning ladders, shoring to prevent trench cave-ins, electrical safety during tree trimming, entry into confined spaces, meter socket checks.

Building a Positive Safety Culture – 4 minutes
Productivity and safety are allies — not enemies. By focusing on continuous safety improvement, you eliminate substandard practices that are the underlying cause of accidents. Most accidents are preventable.

Support Materials Available

This disk includes a quiz and answer sheet in Word format.
By E&USA and Iron Ring Communications