Hand and Wrist Injuries Training

We feature a collection of safety training videos geared towards learning more about the hazards of Hand and Wrist Injuries in your work environment. Each of our courses in the Hand and Wrist Injuries Safety Training helps certify your employees by exceeding OSHA compliance and providing them the skills they need to operate safely. They identify what the hazards are, prevention, and more!

Hand and Wrist Injuries – Orientation

Hands are one of the versatile and amazing parts of our bodies. It is used in almost every action and movement we take, and our hands are critical to completing tasks safely. Because we use our hands so often, hand injuries are one of the leading causes of accidents in the workplace. While most of us have experienced minor cuts and pain, severe hand injuries are very common. How can you prevent these injuries? How can you protect yourself from long term damage? This course covers the OSHA compliance concerning hand, finger and wrist injuries in the workplace.

29 CFR 1910.900

Hand and Wrist Injuries – Carpal Tunnel Syndrome

The hands and the wrist are two of the most complex, yet critical parts of our bodies. through the course of our daily activities we put our hands through a gauntlet of activity. Without our hands and wrists, the use of our hands would be vastly limited. One of the most common hand and wrist ailments today is Carpal Tunnel Syndrome. Yet it can easily be avoided by knowing what to look for and the actions you can take to avoid it. This course covers the OSHA compliance necessary to understand what Carpal Tunnel Syndrome is, the warning signs and preventative measures you can take to continue to work safely.

29 CFR 1910.900

Hand and Wrist Injuries – Refresher

Every action you take in the workplace involves your hands and fingers. With the frequency of activities involving your hands, the rate of accident is much higher for hands than other parts of the body. Even minor cuts and sprains can affect overall performance and have a lasting effect. This course covers the OSHA compliance necessary to be aware of the hazards, how to assess and prevent those risks from becoming a hand or wrist injury in the workplace.

29 CFR 1910.900