Material Handling: Safe Materials Handling
- Course Format
- Continuing Education Units (CEUs)
- Training Time ?
- 32 to 64 minutes
- Browsers Supported
- Required Plugins
- Closed Captioning
- Lesson Interactions
- Quiz Questions
- Product ID
- Interactive Producer
- Mastery Technologies, Inc.
- Original Content Producer
- Aspen Publishers
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"Safe Material Handling" stresses eight general rules for safe material handling that can be adapted to any workplace:1. Size up the load.
2. Look for special hazards.
3. Wear appropriate protective equipment.
4. Use the right equipment the right way.
5. Watch out for pinch points.
6. Check your path.
7. Report material damage to your supervisor.
8. Know when to ask for help.
This training is a must-see for any shipping, receiving, warehouse, or material handling worker.
- Rich multimedia presentation with interactions and quiz
- Print certificate and wallet card
- You have 60 days to complete the course
For all shipping, receiving, warehouse, and material handling workers.
- Sizing Up The Load
- Using The Right Equipment
- Moving The Load
- Special Handling Concerns
Assess a load for safe handling.
- Assess a load's weight to safe handling.
- Assess a load's size to safe handling.
- Assess a load's shape to safe handling.
Recognize hazardous loads.
- Explain the importance of special handling instructions.
- Identify conditions that are hazardous to handling a load.
Use proper personal protective equipment.
- Identify correct hand protection for a specific hazard.
- Identify the risks of injury from not using proper equipment.
Operate handling equipment safely.
- State the general safety rules for material handling equipment.
- Explain capacity limits.
- Relate proper equipment operation to personal safety.
- Identify locations where hazards are greater for equipment operation.
- List types of material handling equipment.
Safely travel with a load.
- List benefits of checking the travel path.
- Identify locations where equipment operation is hazardous.
- Explain pinch points.
Respond properly to damaged loads.
- Describe options to take with damaged loads.
- State the results of unreported damaged materials.
Recognize the need for help.
- Judge circumstances that require assistance.