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Housekeeping: Step Back for Safety

This course has been discontinued and is no longer available.
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20 to 40 minutes
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Standard Definition
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MasteryNet Player
Lesson Interactions
Quiz Questions
Closed Captioning
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Moxie Media, Inc.
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_Moxie Media Inc
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In this Step Back for Safety training program, 3 short modules focus on housekeeping, which may seem like a way to build pride in the workplace, or make your surroundings a little more pleasant, but it's also an essential safety procedure.

If your workers are hesitant to clean up, put away tools, remove trip or slip hazards or keep evacuation routes clear, they need to hear this program's resounding message. Engaging dramatizations demonstrate not only how good housekeeping is performed, but why it is essential.

Take it from the Step Back for Safety Series - housekeeping is not a task best left to a clean-up crew. It is an essential component of every job, and part of making safety your top priority. Workers will begin to identify risks and modify processes and behaviors that can lead to accidents.

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  • Install on any SCORM LMS
  • Rich multimedia presentation with interactions and quiz
  • Print certificate and wallet card
  • You have 60 days to complete the course

All workers.

The course presents the following topical areas:
  • The Hazards of Poor Housekeeping
    • Health and safety hazards
    • Known fire hazard contributors.
    • Health and safety regulatory agencies
  • Elements of Good Housekeeping
    • Infection and chemical exposure
    • Ways to cut down on infection.
    • Mixing products
    • Cleaning up a chemical spill
  • It is Your Responsibility
    • Housekeeping is a daily task
    • Potential housekeeping dangers
Intended Performance Outcomes
Upon successful completion of this course you will be better prepared to:
  • Avoid hazards of poor housekeeping.
    • Describe the health and safety hazards posed by poor housekeeping.
    • List some known fire hazard contributors.
    • List the health and safety regulatory agencies.
  • Utilize elements of good housekeeping.
    • Identify ways to protect yourself from infection and chemical exposure.
    • List items to clean to cut down on infection.
    • Describe why mixing chemical cleaners is dangerous.
    • Recall what should be consulted before cleaning up a chemical spill.
  • Be responsible for housekeeping at your workplace.
    • Discuss why housekeeping is a daily task.
    • Explain what to do when you see potential housekeeping dangers.

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