Just like any other industry, there are hazards that employees are faced with on a daily basis in the retail industry. The Retail Industry and its employees face risks from occupational injuries, food contaminations, hazardous material contamination, theft, slips trips ...
Just like any other industry, there are hazards that employees are faced with on a daily basis in the retail industry. The Retail Industry and its employees face risks from occupational injuries, food contaminations, hazardous material contamination, theft, slips trips and falls, and conflicts. Retail employees also have the responsibility of the customers inside their facility as well as on the property and they may encounter customer issues such as customer accidents. Compliance and Safety offers Facilities the ability to train their employee in specific hazards and accident prevention techniques at a very low cost. Other topics include: Cleaning spilled chemical, Lifting back injury, Preventing back injuries, Box cutter usage and safety techniques, Ladder safety and techniques, Shopping carts hazards, Food services, Stocking, and more.
OSHA's Position On Retail Industry Training
OSHA’s safety regulations also extend to the retail industry, since hazards exist there, just like any other types of work situations. These hazards are mostly related to lapses in housekeeping, with trips, slips and falls being the most common. However, the retail industry is certainly not immune to other hazards that relate to electrical issues, fire prevention and even ergonomics. Just like any other industry, retail employers are responsible for the training of employees when it comes to mandatory OSHA regulations. Of course, they are also subject to the same OSHA inspections and applicable penalties for non-compliance. Here, at Compliance and Safety, we provide the training materials that are used to assist employers with OSHA and other federal agency regulations. These training tools include:
- Eliminating Discrimination (OSHA Act of 1970)
- Food Services Sanitation (OSHA 29 CFR 1910)
- Avoiding Back Injuries
- Boxcutter Safety Practices
- Comprehensive Regulations Coverage for Supermarkets
- Industry-Related Violence and Travel Safety
- And many other topics related to retail hazard awareness and prevention.
In addition to our engaging DVD video training tools, we also provide additional materials that can come bundled with our training packages, such as; Safety Posters, Customizable PowerPoint® Presentations, Leader’s Guides, Q&A Quizzes (On CD-ROM) and other training enhancement resources. With the proper OSHA compliance-related training supplies, employers can make sure that their employees adhere to OSHA’s standards and avoid many of the hazards related to their work environments.
Please look over our high quality Retail Safety Training videos and supplies that will allow you to completely meet OSHA’s training objectives without having to look elsewhere! Afterwards, you can select the item(s) that you’ll require and then place your order. We make it easy for you! If you have any questions, please don’t hesitate to contact us.