A detailed training video on daily maintenance and periodic restoration of carpeting found in schools.
This video demonstrates how to properly dilute and apply a mop on restorer prior to burnishing
This video explains the proper way to spray buff a floor with a high speed burnisher.
This video demonstrates spray buffing with a UHS burnisher.
This video explains the process of spray buffing with a UHS burnisher
This video demonstrates using a white pad to polish the floor with a low speed machine.
This video demonstrates how to spray buff with a low speed machine and a red pad to remove dirt from the floor.
This video explains the spray buffing process and the types of equipment that can be used.
Floor cleaning, stripping, buffing and waxing Bartlett IL
Alpha Cleaning Company provides commercial cleaning services to the buildings located in Bartlett, Lake Zurich, Northbrook, Elmhurst and nearby areas. In this video we show how we strip and wax vinyl tiles.
Our stripping and waxing process begins with preparing the area. We or the customer move all items that are in our way and dust mop the floor. After that we apply stripping solution to the floor and let it sit for some time. Then one person strips off old finish with the help of floor buffer while another person cleans edges and baseboards with baseboard stripper, baseboard pads and scrapers.
After that we pick up dirty solution with a wet vac. Then we neutralize the floor and prepare it for waxing.
Finally we apply 4-6 coats of commercial floor wax and dry it with air fans.
When cleaning a bathroom you're going to want to make a checklist of things you have to accomplish. Make a custodial checklist for bathrooms with help from a maintenance professional in this free video clip.
Expert: Dustan Balkcom
Filmmaker: Dustan Balkcom
A detailed training video on cleaning and maintaining school classrooms.
A detailed training video on cleaning and maintaining school restrooms
A detailed training video on the responsibilities of school day custodians.
Spokane Public Schools Custodian Rick Haskins shares why his job is about a lot more than maintenance (hint: it's the students).
Globally Harmonized System (GHS) Training Video -- GHS Intro & Changes to OSHA HazCom Standard
You may show this video on Youtube to students, employees and co-workers in order to provide them with the required introduction to the GHS and to train them on the changes that are being made to the HazCom Standard.
OSHA's Hazard Communication Standard (HCS) is now aligned with the Globally Harmonized System of Classification and Labeling of Chemicals (GHS).
The GHS is a system for standardizing and harmonizing the classification and labelling of chemicals. It is a logical and comprehensive approach to:
◾Defining health, physical and environmental hazards of chemicals;
◾Creating classification processes that use available data on chemicals for comparison with the defined hazard criteria; and
◾Communicating hazard information, as well as protective measures, on labels and Safety Data Sheets (SDS).
The GHS covers all hazardous chemicals. There are no complete exemptions from the scope of the GHS for a particular type of chemical or product. The term "chemical" is used broadly to include substances, products, mixtures, preparations, or any other terms that may be used by existing systems. The goal of the GHS is to identify the intrinsic hazards of chemical substances and mixtures and to convey hazard information about these hazards. The GHS is not intended to harmonize risk assessment procedures or risk management decisions, as described above.
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This HazMat Safety video clip gives the classifications and descriptions of various hazardous materials. Get complete HazMat and other industrial safety training here: http://ow.ly/uu4E30h07rf
Explains the new GHS format for Safety Data Sheets (SDS's) adopted by OSHA when they revised their hazard communication standard in 2012. Employers must provide training on this particular topic to their workers by no later than December 1, 2013. Free for employers to use for worker training, compliments of OSHA Training Services Inc. at http://www.oshatraining.com
Portable Fire Extinguisher Training. Employers may use this free OSHA training tutorial to help meet OSHA requirements to provide an educational program on portable extinguishers in the workplace. Covers proper selection, the PASS method, and hazards associated with incipient stage fire-fighting. Use as initial training for new hires and the mandatory annual refresher training. May be used by non-profit safety organizations to share with their members too. Not for sale or use in for-profit training sessions of any type. 1910.157 / 1926.150. This free OSHA training tutorial on portable fire extinguishers provided courtesy of the safety professionals at http://www.oshatraining.com
Gain a better understanding of the Global Harmonized System of Classification and Labeling Chemicals (GHS) by watching this training video.