Winter Safety

MARCOM's Video On Demand (VOD) program on Winter Safety reviews the hazards that winter can bring and discusses how to enjoy the season safely. Wintertime brings us a lot to enjoy, from playing in the snow to decorating the house and celebrating the holidays. But winter brings some special hazards with it as well. And whether you're on the job or on the road, hitting the slopes, warming up by the fire or making merry with friends, it's important to know what you should do to avoid these hazards. Areas included in the program include how to keep warm in the cold, driving safely in sloppy weather, having fun and staying outdoors, avoiding the hazards of holiday decorations, celebrating the season responsibly, and more. 

November 01, 2019
  • This course presents fundamental information for employees on winter safety. Upon completing the course, employees should:
  • - Recognize the hazards that are associated with winter activities and holiday celebrations.
  • - Understand the hazards that can be created by bad weather and cold temperatures in the winter.
  • - Know the equipment and safe practices that can help them avoid accidents and injuries during the winter season.
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