Does YOUR life and disability insurance plan have an exclusion
such as this? "There will be no benefits for a disability or loss
that is caused
or contributed to by an act or incident of war, declared or
Employees should know where they are going and what's at stake. Employers should advise their employees of their coverage before assigning them to duties.
"The hard part
about safety is when you win, you get what you started with...you never
and when you lose, you're left with less...and you never really forget." c2006 ENGsafety.com
in-depth ENG-SNG-CNG Safety Courses 100/200, and the short Courses
Course 100 is divided into 8 modules, each with a quiz at the end. Each module has its own meaning related to the other modules. Modules are comprised of many videos and pictures of incidents, and examples of certain safety-related information. At the end of the last module, the “quiz” is the final test.
are required to get
100% on each quiz, which is made up of questions with multiple choice
answers...many of them correct in some cases. The amount of
correct answers is
given, so students know how many they need to choose. If they do
not get all of
the answers, or have an incorrect one, they are asked to go back and
re-answer the question. They cannot progress without a 100%
easy, but challenging. The quizzes are more for supplemental
comprehension of the material, but they accomplish both.
These are not easy courses, nor is the information within easy to digest, as it deals with actual footage of incidents and tragedy. By the time a student/employee has completed the course, they will likely be very reactive towards questionable situations, and we hope will defer, above all, towards safety.
has been created as
the next step for those who have taken Course 100.
It is 7 modules, with the same learning/quiz pattern as Course
100. Each Course will take 3-4 hours to complete.
Course 101 and Course 102 are short, 1-hour experiences, to 'get the word out' about field and vehicle safety. The concepts taught and tested on are the same as 100 & 200, but elaborate less than in those longer courses. Course 101 can be followed by Course 102 in the same time period, or the next quarter, half-year, or year. Course 102 reviews many of the points in Course 101, and expands the vocabulary of employees towards advanced incident/accident causes, and also, plain old staying safe.
order to keep the safety education experience interesting and fresh, a
library of documented incidents is used to keep spreading the message
and break down incidents for better understanding of their cause.
Subsequent courses, as industry transformations occur, will be created
to be done in subsequent years. Cost discounts are offered for those
who want employees to take more than one course in a calendar year.
Course administration for all courses is typically handled by one person at the company/station, who will exchange information with ENGsafety.com, which will provide FULL coverage of registration, any troubleshooting, and completions reporting. Comprehensive progress reports are typically issued weekly...and can be done on request...all at no additional charge.
Candidates gain a Certificate of Achievement (pdf) at course conclusion, and they are encouraged to download and deliver that to the station contact for filing. ENGsafety.com and the station contact can also access this information, as well as reports regarding the date the course was taken, and how much time the employee(s) spent on the course/modules.
ENGsafety.com feels that all courses will work as safety 'tools' that can be assigned to all news and engineering employees who will gain positive quantifiable results with regard to safety education and training. The courses are an economical approach to the goal of getting employees up to speed with the same information, and having documentation of their accomplishment. Courses can be customized by inserting or deleting certain information and/or including corporate safety information and/or customized station or company cultural information.
Management and peripheral employee course designation (M/P courses) is available at very low cost for management & peripheral employees to be able to be on the same page with safety education as field people. M/P course designation is to encourage participation in safety education for as many as possible without stressing tight budgets.
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BEFORE YOU SET UP,
Whose page is this? Author Bio.
Safety Awareness Presentations at your station.
ENG Safety Newsletter.
Renew your ENG Safety Newsletter subscription
Safety Manuals. and The "Fathers" of ENG Safety [click here]
A "We're doing safety" letter (and other sample "stuff') section.
Idea Gallery...here are some "neat" ideas for safety. Give some, get some.
ENG Safety Tests.
Links to Safety Information....VIDEOS.....(a work in progress.)
Emergency Responder Guideline LINKS from OSHA
Will-Burt information - Advisories and important data
Wireless transmission safety......
if you're not in TV, but have other masted-vehicle safety needs, a customized newsletter will work for you.
Workplace safety complaints
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or a calendar to be placed in a safety oriented place
in your trucks or on your office walls?
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