UPHCA is developing a safety culture within the Association.  We feel strongly that every night every worker should return safely home to their families.

As a service to the UPHCA Wasatch Safety Group has provide tool box meetings that our membership can use.

 

1.00 Table of Contents  1.01 Are you prepared for an emergency  1.02 Back Injuries  1.03 Back Safety

1.04 Bloodborne Pathogens  1.05 Carbon Monoxide 1  1.06 Carbon Monoxide 2  1.07 Chemical Storage

1.08 Close Calls  1.09 Cold Weather Safety  1.10 Cold Weather Work  1.11 Common Sense Safety

1.12 Diesel Exhaust  1.13 First Aid  1.14 Handle the Heat  1.16 Heat Exhaustion and Sunstroke  1.17 Hot Weather Work

1.19 Preventing Silicosis  1.20 Preventing Sprains and Strains  1.21 Take Care with Compressed Air

1.23 The Silent Dangers of Confined Space  1.24 The Silent Sickness  1.25 Working with Solvents

3.01 Eye Protection  3.02 Hand Protection – Handle with care  3.03 Hands are Worth Protecting  3.04 Hearing Protection

3.05 Hearing Protection Devices  3.06 PPE Overview  3.07 Respiratory Protection  3.08 Your Respirator Protects You

4.01 Fire Extinguishers  4.02 Fire Prevention  4.03 Flammable and Combustible Liquids  4.04 Flammable Liquids – Gasoline

4.05 In Case if Fire  4.06 Safe Handling of Flammable Liquids  4.07 Safety Cans  5.01 Caught Between or Crushed

5.02 Inspection of Slings  5.03 Material Handling  5.04 Practice Good Housekeeping  5.05 Rigging  5.06 Rigging Methods

6.01 Site Excavation  6.02 Trench Safety I  6.03 Trench Safety II  7.01 Abrasive Grinders 7.02 Defective Tools

7.03 Hand and Power Tools I  7.04 Hand and Power Tools II  7.05 Hand Tools  7.06 Handle Tools Safely

7.07 Pneumatic Tools  7.08 Powder Actuated Tools  7.09 Power Tools  7.10 Safe Sawing Practices

7.11 Safety Rules for Power Tools 8.01 Be Safe While You Weld 8.02 Compressed Gas Cylinders 8.03 Compressed Gas

9.01 Electrical Safe Practices 9.02 Electrical Safety 9.03 Electric Tools Grounds for Concern 9.04 GFCI’s

9.05 Hazards of Electricity  9.06 High Voltage Accidents 9.07 Work Safe Around Electricity

10.01 Aerial Platform Safety 10.02 Aerial Work Platforms  10.03 Scaffold Inspections 10.04 Stay Alert On Scaffolds

11.01 Employee Fall Protection 11.02 Fall Protection 11.03 Falls  11.04 Getting High on safety

11.05 Personal Fall Arrest Equipment 11.06 Slips Trips and Falls 11.07 Walking and Working Surfaces I

12.01 Cranes 11.08 Walking and Working Surfaces II 12.02 Cranes Working Under the Load 13.01 Forklift Safety

13.02 Material Handling Equipement 14.01 Concrete Construction Safety 14.02 Concrete Safety

14.03 Masonry and Concrete Saws  14.04 Rebar and Impalement Hazards 14.05 Work Safely with Concrete

15.01 Ladders 15.02 Ladders II 15.03 Ladders III