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Training Programs promote warehouse/loading-dock safety.
Press Release Summary:
Apr 06, 2004 - The Ins and Outs of Loading Dock and Warehouse Safety and The Ups and Downs of Material Handling Equipment Safety are video-based programs that provide training for those who load, unload, or move freight between trailers and warehouses. Along with videos, programs include trainer's guide with tips and techniques, 11 action cards to reinforce key concepts, awareness poster, and training log. DVD has narrated safety checklist and interactive quiz with remediation.
Original Press Release
Keller Introduces Two Loading-Dock and Warehouse-Safety Training Programs
Press release date: Mar 29, 2004
The Ins and Outs of Loading Dock and Warehouse Safety concentrates on common causes of loading-dock and warehouse injuries and cargo damage, such as slips and falls at the loading dock; back injuries from improper lifting/carrying; vehicle movement during loading/unloading; and more. Drivers, dock workers and warehouse employees will learn how to spot and prevent typical hazards.
The Ups and Downs of Material Handling Equipment Safety concentrates on critical safety procedures related to loading, unloading and final placement of cargo. The program's high-impact video shows drivers, dock workers and warehouse employees how to avoid injuries when they use, or encounter, material-handling equipment, including pallet jacks, high-lift stackers, dock levelers, hand trucks and forklifts.
Along with the video, each program includes a trainer's guide that provides training tips and techniques, 11 action cards that reinforce key concepts, an awareness poster, and a training log to document training. Additional materials to train more employees are available separately.
Keller's The Ins and Outs of Loading Dock and Warehouse Safety and The Ups and Downs of Material Handling Equipment Safety training programs are available together for $318 ($179 each if purchased separately). The programs are also available together on DVD for $379 each ($229 each if purchased separately). The DVD version offers additional features, including chapter selection, navigation and random access, a narrated safety checklist, and an interactive quiz with remediation. These programs can be ordered by calling 1-800-327-6868. Callers should reference Action Code 01962 when ordering.
For more information on Keller solutions like this one, call the toll-free number listed above, visit the company's web site at www.jjkeller.com, or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
J. J. Keller & Associates, Inc., of Neenah, WI, is a leading specialized publisher and services provider. Founded in 1953, the company offers a wide spectrum of ready-made and custom safety and regulatory compliance products to customers throughout North America. Keller helps customers in industries such as manufacturing, transportation, utility, construction and food processing comply with OSHA, EPA, DOT, DOL, FDA and USDA requirements. The company's diverse product line includes technical publications; computer software; video-based, online and CD-ROM training programs; specialized forms; and supplies.
Keller also provides safety consulting, on-site training and a variety of transportation services, including licensing, permitting, fuel tax reporting, driver log auditing and driver qualification file management.