OHS Canada Magazine

Press Release

New Programs Tackle Two Important Safety Issues
by Electrolab


Nov. 2014 – BELLEVILLE, Ont. – Our two recently released programs each tackle an important safety issue for employees.

Half of all fall-related deaths are from heights of less than 25 feet. This is why all workers, especially those working in industries with high rates of injuries, should be educated on proper fall protection. Personal Fall Protection: Your Lifelines provides important information on Personal Fall Arrest Systems (PFAS), hazard recognition, and the fall hazard control process.

Every year forklifts cause an estimated 35,000 serious injuries and almost 100 deaths. Forklifts: Understanding the Risks describes the common hazards of operating forklifts. It reviews the importance of understanding how to correctly operate forklifts, factors that can lead to incidents, and the importance of inspecting vehicles.

Both programs are available in DVD and streaming media formats. Additional information or a free preview is available by calling Electrolab Training Systems at 1-800-267-7482 or emailing safety@electrolab.ca.

About Electrolab Limited
Operating in Canada for over 35 years, Electrolab provides health and safety, human resources and technical skills training products to businesses and industries across Canada. Electrolab is a global leader in workplace safety training as the creator, sole proprietor and international representative of SafeStart.
Website: www.electrolab.ca

About DuPont Sustainable Solutions
The Training Solutions practice of DuPont Sustainable Solutions (formerly Coastal Training Technologies) offers blended learning solutions that integrate e-learning technologies, instructor-led courses and traditional media.
Website: www.training.dupont.com

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Media Contact:

Claire Stewart

Electrolab Limited

Phone: 800-267-7482 ext 308

Email: cstewart@electrolab.ca

Website: www.electrolab.ca


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