|Grantee Name: University of Wisconsin at Milwaukee||Grant Number: SH-22220-11||Grant Year: 2011|
The grantee developed and presented safety and health training for small electric distribution utility employees and contractors. Training topics included slip and fall hazards, struck-by/caught-in hazards, ergonomics, and materials handling. The training materials were PowerPoint presentations in English and Spanish.
|Safety Training for Small Electric Utility Employees|
|Employee Safety Awareness Training for Electric Utilities||200 slides||PPTX*||16.5 MB|
|Safety Training for Managers in Electric Utilities||81 slides||PPTX*||2.9 MB|
|Entrenamiento de Concientización de Seguridad para los Empleados de los Servicios de Públicos de Electricidad||200 slides||PPTX*||16.7 MB|
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