Georgia Tech Research Institute - SH-29660-SH6

Poultry & Meatpacking Safety Training

Grantee Name: Georgia Tech Research Institute Grant Number: SH-29660-SH6 Grant Year: 2016

The grantee provided training to workers in the poultry and meatpacking industries. Training topics included machine guarding; slips, trips and falls; ergonomics, hazard communication, respiratory protection and process safety management; electrical safety; and confined space. New and updated training materials were developed and used. Training was offered in English and Spanish.

Poultry & Meatpacking Safety Training

Title Language Length Format File Size
Poultry & Meatpacking Safety Training
Poultry & Meatpacking Worker Safety
English
75 slides
PPTX 13.38 MB
1- Intro Poultry_Meatpacking_Ergo Safety Training
English
29 slides
PPTX 1.58 MB
2- Machine Guarding Subpart O & LOTO
English
86 slides
PPTX 13.21 MB
3- Slips, Trips, & Falls
English
66 slides
PPTX 5.90 MB
4- Ergonomics
English
62 slides
PPTX 4.77 MB
5- HazComm_Respiratory Protection_PSM
English
35 slides
PPTX 2.88 MB
6- Electrical Safety Subpart S
English
83 slides
PPTX 8.61 MB
7- Confined Space
English
57 slides
PPTX 4.33 MB
2a-Machine Guarding lesson plan
English
4 pages
PDF 178.32 KB
2b-Amputation Handout
English
1 page
PDF 616.98 KB
2c-LOTO Handout
English
1 page
PDF 523.54 KB
3- Slips, Trips, & Falls Student Guide
English
3 pages
PDF 567.51 KB
3a-Slips, Trips, & Falls Handout 1
English
1 page
PDF 487.78 KB
3b-Slips, Trips, & Falls Handout 2
English
1 page
PDF 501.01 KB
4-Ergonomics lesson plan
English
7 pages
PDF 178.21 KB
4-Ergonomics Trainer notes
English
28 pages
PDF 888.77 KB
5–HazComm_Respiratory Protection_PSM Student Guide
English
4 pages
PDF 626.53 KB
6-Electrical Safety lesson plan
English
4 pages
PDF 149.61 KB
7-Confined Spaces lesson plan
English
3 pages
PDF 266.68 KB
La seguridad y Ergo
Spanish
62 slides
PPTX 2.91 MB
El Plan del curso - Ergo
Spanish
2 pages
PDF 28.44 KB

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