University of Utah - SH-31238-SH7

Oil and Gas Industry

Grantee Name: University of Utah Grant Number: SH-31238-SH7 Grant Year: 2017

The grantee provided 4-hour injury and safety hazard prevention training in the oil and gas industry. Target audience included workers in high-hazard and high fatality industry, including temporary workers with limited English proficiency. Training topics included general site safety, heat stress, slips trips and falls, low back pain, and chemical hazards/global harmonization system. Grantee used new and revised training materials. Training was offered in English.

Hazardous Materials Handling and Injury Prevention

Title Language Length Format File Size
Chemical Hazards and Global Harmonization System
English
55 Slides
PPTX 2.96 MB
General Site Safety
English
42 Slides
PPTX 4.02 MB
Heat Stress
English
39 Slides
PPTX 1.48 MB
Low Back Pain
English
31 Slides
PPTX 918.30 KB
Slips, Trips and Falls
English
36 Slides
PPTX 2.45 MB
Course Outline
English
2 Pages
PDF 331.26 KB
Sign In Sheet
English
1 Page
PDF 211.11 KB

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