Safety Tip Tuesday: Drug and Alcohol Free Workplace

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Drug and alcohol abuse in the workplace not only affects the user, but also those around him. Substance abuse can lead to serious accidents, a decrease in productivity, an increase in absences and tardiness, and lower company morale, just to name a few of the negative effects.

Chris addresses the issue of workplace drug and alcohol abuse in this week’s safety video. Take a few minutes to watch it and learn about the warning signs of substance abuse and programs that can help prevent this issue.

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Creating A Drug Free Workplace

To learn more about preventing drug and alcohol issues in the workplace, check out our Drug and Alcohol Free Workplace online training course.

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Safety Tip Tuesday: Lockout/Tagout

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Unexpected equipment start-up and its release of hazardous stored energy can cause serious and even fatal injuries. It’s important to control hazardous energy through lockout and tagout procedures to prevent life-threatening harm such as electrocution, burns, fractures, and amputations.

According to OSHA, compliance with lockout and tagout procedures prevents an estimated 120 fatalities and 50,000 injuries each year.

In this week’s safety video, Chris covers proper lockout/tagout procedures for preventing the release of hazardous energy.

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Lockout Tagout Safety: Controlling Hazardous Energy

Updated Lockout Course Offers Added Spark

To learn more about lockout/tagout safety, take a look at our Lock and Tag online training course.

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Safety Tip Tuesday: CPR Part 2

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Nearly 383,000 sudden cardiac arrests occur each year outside of hospitals.

If you are trained in cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR), you can help save lives in these types of situations.

In this week’s safety video Chris shows the steps to performing CPR. You never know when you may need to perform this lifesaving technique.

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Safety Tip Tuesday: CPR Part 1

Safety Tip Tuesday: Protecting Against Asbestos

Safety Tip Tuesday: Avoiding Slipping Hazards

To learn more about CPR, take a look at our Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation (CPR) online training course.

Want more information? Call us at or visit us at LearnAtVivid.com.

Safety Tip Tuesday: CPR Part 1

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About 70% of Americans wouldn’t know what to do if a coworker’s heartbeat or breathing stopped. But the ability to perform cardiopulmonary resuscitation, or CPR, is a vital life-saving tool in many emergencies.

In this week’s safety video, the first in a two-part series, Chris explains the steps to take before beginning CPR.

More from our blog:

Safety Tip Tuesday: Protecting Against Asbestos

Safety Tip Tuesday: Avoiding Slipping Hazards

To learn more about CPR, take a look at our Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation (CPR) online training course.

Want more information? Call us at or visit us at LearnAtVivid.com.

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