No one wants to get hurt on a job. And yet, at the beginning of October 2014 when the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) published its top 10 safety violations for the fiscal year 2014, there were thousands of citations each for the top 10 safety violations. Fall protection ranked first among violations with 6,143 citations. It can happen to you—not just a citation but an injury. Pressure washing cleaning involves the use of water at very high pressure. The potential hazard requires
specific precautions throughout the cleaning operation to prevent injury or damage to personnel and equipment. No employer wants to see an employee hurt. The only way to lower risk is to plan the safety part of the job as carefully as the work itself. Working safely should be an integral part of the work process and not an afterthought.

Objective of this course:

  • Different Types of Pressure Washers
  • Pressure Washer Accessories
  • Risk Assessment
  • Personal Protective Equipment(PPE)
  • Pressure Washer Uses
  • Pressure Washer Precautions and Risks
  • Pressure Washer Injury Treatment

Couse Length: 30 Minutes