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The Safety Signage Awareness for Manufacturing course from ClickSafety is designed to provide an introductory-level knowledge base to promote a safe and healthy industrial facility and/or workplace. Throughout this course, participants can expect to learn about danger, caution, and safety instruction signs, as well as accident prevention tags.
ClickSafety’s Safety Signage Awareness for Manufacturing training offers Manufacturing employees a firm foundational knowledge regarding danger, caution, and safety instruction signs in the workplace. Specific course topics include the following:
The definitions of “sign” and “accident prevention tags” in the workplace
Three sign classifications with examples of each
Sign design features and wording
Use of biological hazard signs
The differences between major message tags, pictograph tags, and signal word tags
Use of accident prevention tags
General criteria for accident prevention tags including recommended color coding
Five types of tags with examples of each
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The Safety Signage Awareness for Manufacturing course is ideal for all employees working in the Manufacturing workplace. Individuals who may specifically benefit from this training include the following:
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ClickSafety’s Safety Signage Awareness for Manufacturing course is an introductory-level training designed to be taken at the participant’s own pace in about a half hour. Offering helpful strategies and tools to protect oneself and others in the workplace, this course promotes safety and accident prevention by educating employees on the types of hazard signage to recognize in the workplace. Upon successful completion of this course, participants can expect to:
Define “signs” and “accident prevention tags” in the workplace
Understand the difference between three classifications of signs: danger, caution, and safety instruction
Explain required design features for all signs, including each classification
Describe the recommended wording for signs
Know when to use biological hazard signs
Summarize the use, criteria, types, and recommended color codes for accident prevention tags
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