Excellent to use in group training sessions or to post around your facility, wall charts are effective and useful safety tools. Wall charts are sold in all sorts of sizes and materials, but a durable plastic wall chart is an economical choice in almost any application.
Consider using wall charts for the following workplace safety topics:
- CPR: how do you perform it and what are the proper procedures
- Confined Space Safety: steps you can take to ensure you are safe when working in confined spaces
- Choking: what to do in a choking emergency
- MSDS: information to help employees understand information on an MSDS sheet
- Chemical Labels: explain what the designations on chemical labels mean and what safety precautions should be taken depending on the hazard level. Can also use a version that shows ratings for all chemicals.
- Fire Evacuation: procedures to follow if a fire emergency were to occur. You can also post your evacuation plan with this wall chart.
- Lock-Out, Tag-Out Safety: lock-out procedures and/or an explanation of various lock-out devices
- Machine Hazards: Identify potential machine hazards in the workplace
- Ergonomics: Show proper form for bending, lifting, etc. as well as stretches that can be used to avoid injury.
- Protective Wear: Explain proper usage of personal protective equipment
- Forklift Safety: Alert fork lift operators and other employees of potential of necessary procedures and potential hazards
- Fall Protection: Educate employees on how to avoid falls when working or using certain equipment
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