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Course Type: Full-length Course
Duration: 60 min
Preventing Slips, Trips, and Falls
Presented By: UL Training Solutions

Course Description

Slips, trips and falls remain one of the most common causes of employee injury in the workplace. At best, slipping and tripping is embarrassing. Often, it leads to strains and sprains. At worst, it causes serious injury or even death. Preventing slips, trips and falls is fairly inexpensive and easy, but often ignored in the daily routine of trying to get work done quickly and efficiently. This course defines slips, trips and falls and details how you can avoid them. This course will also discuss how using the wrong equipment, or using the right equipment in the wrong way, can cause you to slip, trip and fall.

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