Grain Handling/Grain Bin Safety
Price: 25 credits per employee
Duration: Approximately 19 minutes
OSHA standard: 1910.272
OSHA-compliance status:| recommended for all employees that that may enter or supervise a grain bin entrant, or handle large amounts of grain
Downloadable content: Yes
Course Content Summary
Of all the safety hazards that exist on an ag operation, arguably none is as high-profile these days as grain handling.
That’s why, in this video, we’ll cover every aspect of grain-handling safety as it pertains to the types of work you do, particularly with regard to both OSHA compliance and the more important aspect of real, practical safety measures that can save lives.
This video discusses common hazards associated with grain and safety training starting with prevention measures. It also covers how to safely enter a grain bin and how to respond if you or an employee does become entrapped.
This class combines content that is highly practical, both in the field and in your record books, as you strive to keep your people safe and your agribusiness OSHA compliant.
Who Should Take This Course?
For optimum OSHA compliance:
- Everyone within your operation who may enter a grain bin or act as an attendant of someone entering a grain bin, and anyone who handles large amounts of grain regardless of the area or location should take this . Annual Training is recommended.
For optimum safety:
- Employees who are authorized entrants, attendants, or supervisors of a grain bin at your operation
- Employees who could be called on to assist in the event of a grain bin-related accident
- Supervisors of the above-mentioned personnel
What You Will Learn
Training Video Outline
Common grain-safety hazards
Causes of entrapment
-Personal Protection Equipment
Proper grain-bin entry
Grain accident response
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