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Grantee Name: University of Texas at Arlington

Grant Number: SH-26327-SH4

Grant Year: 2014

The grantee presented two 1.5-hour modules on fall protection and on-site motorized vehicle safety training to workers and employers in the oil and gas industry in OSHA Region VI. They revised existing training materials to allow for more pictograms, videos, discussion, hands-on demonstrations, and student participation in short exercises. Training was provided in English and Spanish.

Fall Protection/Oil and Gas Industry

Title Length Format File Size
Fall Hazard Awareness in the Oil and Gas Industry
Fall Hazard Awareness 36 Slides PPTX 3.27 MB
Fall Protection Course Description 1 Page PDF 76 KB
Fall Protection Worksheet 1 Page PDF 65 KB
On-Site Motorized Vehicle Safety
On-Site Motorized Vehicle Safety 67 Slides PPTX 7.44 MB
On-Site Motorized Vehicle Safety Worksheet 1 Page PDF 67 KB
On-Site Motorized Vehicles Course Description 1 Page PDF 81 KB
Protección Contra las Caídas (Protection against Falls)
Fall Hazard Awareness (Spanish) 39 Slides PPTX 4.05 MB
Fall Protection Course Description 1 Page PDF 76 KB
Fall Protection Worksheet (Spanish) 1 Page PDF 181 KB
Conocimiento de Seguridad para Vehiculo Motorizado en Sitio (Knowledge of Safety for Vehicle Power on Site)
On-Site Motorized Vehicle Safety (Spanish) 67 Slides PPTX 7.64 MB
On-site Motorized Vehicle Safety Worksheet (Spanish) 1 Page PDF 66 KB
On-Site Motorized Vehicles Course Description 1 Page PDF 80 KB

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