Back Safety Training Essentials

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Back injuries are the nation’s number one workplace safety problem, accounting for one out of every five workplace injuries or illnesses. According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, more than one million workers suffer back injuries each year.

Bad backs are the second most common cause for physician visits and the third ranking reason for surgical procedures in the United States. That’s the bad news. The good news is that when workers have the information and training they need, most back injuries are completely preventable.

The kit contains:

Here's a look at what this must-have kit includes:

Back Safety - OSHA Compliant Training Program (22:24)

Refresher Program - Back Safety: Common Pitfalls & How to Avoid Them (6:59)

If you ask most workers what they can do to avoid back injuries they'll likely give you the right answers. But what they know isn't always what they do. That's why back safety requires frequent refresher training. This 7-minute module covers the two most common causes of back injuries, proper lifting techniques, and four common back-breaking mistakes that even safety-conscious workers make.

Three Safety Toolbox Talks Meeting Guides (PDF format)

These meeting leader guides, which include a discussion section and quiz, are perfect for reinforcing the importance of back safety. The three guides included in this kit:

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