Safety and Health - Advanced

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Course Details


Training Time: 14 minutes

Compatibility: Desktop, Tablet, Phone

Based on:

  • Industry Best Practices
  • Wide Range of OSHA safety standards

Languages: English, Portuguese, Chinese, French, German, Italian, Japanese, Spanish

This course covers more advanced guidelines and best practices for safety in a variety of industrial workplaces. With safety topics including working around mobile equipment, hazardous chemicals, and moving machine parts, this course provides advanced concepts critical to establishing safe work habits for yourself and your team.

Learning Objectives

  • Describe how to work safely with machines, tools, and mobile equipment
  • Describe how to work safely during special jobs, with chemicals, and during difficult work processes
  • Explain the purpose of machine guarding
  • Define emergency stops and motion disconnects
  • Describe proper lockout/tagout procedures
  • Describe best practices for PPE, clothing, and jewelry when working around machines

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Key Questions

The following key questions are answered in this module:

When can a worker safely operate a machine at work?
Only after completing all necessary training.

What are some rules for safely using tools at work?
Only use tools that you know how to use; always use the right tool for the job; only use tools in the way they were designed to be used; and only use tools that are in proper working order.

What are tips for working near mobile equipment?
Remember that the pedestrian always "loses" in a collision; stay in pedestrian walkways when possible; use extra caution near doors and intersections; always make eye contact and make sure the mobile equipment operator sees you when you're crossing its path.

What is an MSDS (or SDS)?
A material safety data sheet (or safety data sheet) that explains the hazards of a chemical and how to work safely with it.

What are chemical labels?
Labels on chemical containers that explain the hazards of the given chemical.

What are tips for working with machine guarding?
Never remove machine guarding from a machine, and never operate a machine without all its proper machine guarding in place.

When should you use an emergency stop button on a machine?
Only when an emergency has occurred, or when one is about to occur.

What is a motion disconnect switch?
A switch on a machine that, when turned to the off position, prevents the machine from operating. These often include a place to attach a lock.

What is lockout/tagout?
A procedure for controlling hazardous energy when working on a machine.

What is personal protective equipment (PPE)?
Equipment used to protect you from hazards on the job. Examples include safety glasses, steel-toed boots, gloves, and hard hats.

Sample Video Transcript

Below is a transcript of the video sample provided for this module:

Many tasks at the workplace require the use of tools. Tools are very helpful when used correctly but they can be hazardous if used improperly. When using tools at work always follow these rules, only use tools that you know how to use. Don't use a tool that's new to you. Always use the right tool for the job. Don't use the wrong tool just because it's convenient. Only use tools in the way they're designed to be used. Don't take risks and use tools in ways they were not designed to be used. And only use tools that are in proper working order. Inspect tools before use to be sure they're in good shape. If a tool is damaged in any way, have it repaired or replaced.

Additional Resources

Use the additional resources and links below to learn more about this topic:

  • U.S. Department of Labor’s Occupational Safety & Health Administration (OSHA) -
  • OSHA Safety & Health Training workers rights –
  • OSHA employer responsibilities -
  • OSHA Training and resources –
  • National Safety Council –
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