NEW VIDEO TOOLBOX TALKS SERIES AVAILABLE

Our new Video Toolbox Talks are concise, content-rich courses that provide safety instruction and maintenance procedures for a wide variety of topics. With direct narration and engaging graphics, each course illustrates important, fundamental concepts that can help improve the overall effectiveness of any safety program.   Browse through our toolbox topics below.

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  • Building a Safety Culture: A company's safety culture is a combination of the values, beliefs, perceptions, and behaviors shared by its personnel. Every company has a safety culture, whether it's intentional or not. This course discusses conditions that contribute to both a positive and negative safety culture and offers valuable discussion questions that will help improve the safety culture at your workplace.   


  • Other Video Toolbox Talks include: Common Safety Mistakes, Cost of an Incident, Fatigue Avoidance, Operator Visibility Around Heavy Equipment, and Safe Use of Cell Phones.



Video Toolbox Talks are available for purchase as standalone Packages including DVD and support material for $129/module through shopcatsafety.com.

Or, you can purchase an online subscription to this material plus other web-based training through Caterpillar University @ cat.com/catu.

   PRODUCT TOOLBOX TALKS
  
Title
Size
» • Before Machine Operation66.7k
» • Belly Pan Removal68.3k
» • Cold Weather and Machines74.5k
» • Cold Weather Recommendations For all Machines283.3k
» • Crane Safety178k
» • D7E Electrical Shutdown & Voltage Discharge68k
» • D7E Engine Starting with Jump Start Cables67.4k
» • Dictionary of Pictograph Symbols1,010k
» • Drive Train Failure73.7k
» • Equipment Mounting & Dismounting65.9k
» • Extending Tire Life62.5k
» • General Product Safety For All Caterpillar Engines641.4k
» • General Service and Repair Safety Information for all Cat Machines222.9k
» • How to Clean Large Equipment Windshields65.6k
» • Loading a Machine for Transport58.6k
» • Machine - 6 S's62.6k
» • Machine - Before Operations63.9k
» • Machine - Before Operations - Waste Industry66.9k
» • Machine - Fire - Waste Industry75k
» • Machine - Roll-Overs - Waste Industry73.1k
» • Machine Cleanliness65.8k
» • Machine Emergency Equipment73.9k
» • Machine Fire74.4k
» • Machine Footing61.6k
» • Machine Roll-Overs72.7k
» • Machine Submersion64k
» • Machine Walk Arounds66.5k
» • Mounting and Dismounting Equipment62.5k
» • Operator Visibility Around Heavy Equipment65.5k
» • Overhead Power Line Contact 67.4k
» • Parking on a Slope65.4k
» • Performing Service on a D7E Track Type Tractor67k
» • Pre-Shift Checklist62.5k
» • Pre-Shift Inspections - Waste Industry65.3k
» • Safe Operation on a Slope65.8k
» • Safe Operation on a Slope - Waste Industry67.5k
» • Safely Using Loaders64.2k
» • Seat Belts68.1k
» • Securing a Machine for Transport57.9k
» • Skid Steer Safety77.5k
» • Stalled Engine64.2k
» • Starting and Stopping an Earthmoving Tractor62.2k
» • Tire Failure64.2k
» • Transporting a Machine66.6k
» • Welding on Machines with Electronic Controls65.9k
   PERSONAL TOOLBOX TALKS
  
Title
Size
» • Avoiding Respiratory Hazards65.4k
» • Back Protection58.4k
» • Building a Safety Culture66.2k
» • Carbon Monoxide Poisoning58.5k
» • Chain and Sling Safety Tips62.1k
» • Cold Weather Preparations65.3k
» • Common Safety Mistakes63.2k
» • Concrete & Rebar65.4k
» • Cost of an Accident66.2k
» • Diesel Fuel Tips62.2k
» • Electrical Safety65.8k
» • Ergonomic Safety68.1k
» • Eye & Face Protection57.8k
» • Eyebolts65k
» • Fall Protection66.7k
» • Fatigue Avoidance62k
» • Foot and Leg Protection62.8k
» • Forestry - Bucker71.1k
» • Forestry - Chain Saws70.6k
» • Forestry - Hooktender I71.1k
» • Forestry - Hooktender II70.6k
» • Grinders and Abrasive Saws62.6k
» • Hand and Arm Protection62.6k
» • Hand-Arm Vibration62.9k
» • Head Protection62.1k
» • Hearing Protection58.7k
» • Heat Related Illness62.2k
» • High Pressure Air61.7k
» • Housekeeping and Organization62k
» • How to Avoid Respiratory Hazards66.8k
» • How to Breathe Safely Underground67.3k
» • How to Manage Cutting with Oxygen-Acetylene58.3k
» • How to Safely Change Screens66.1k
» • How to Safely Handle Caustic Soda62.8k
» • Lift Truck Safety65.8k
» • Lightning Strikes62.5k
» • Machine Guarding65.2k
» • Machining Centers - Drill, Bore and Shape66.6k
» • Personal Protective Equipment66.9k
» • Pinch Points62.2k
» • PPE Checklist63.8k
» • Preventing Occupational Illness63k
» • Preventing Silicosis When Working Around Rock Dust68.7k
» • Recognizing and Addressing Substance Abuse67.3k
» • Reducing Noise In The Cab - Waste Industry66.2k
» • Respiratory Protection62.5k
» • Rigging Safety Practices66.3k
» • Safe Use of Cell Phones65.3k
» • Safety Around Degreasing Solvents62.8k
   WORK TOOLS TOOLBOX TALKS
  
» • Battery Care and Tips
» • Chain Saws
» • Chipper Machines
» • Hand-Held Tool Safety
» • Knife Safety
» • Portable Generators
» • Portable Ladders
» • Quick Coupler Safety
» • Safety Around Conveyor Belts
» • Scaffolding
» • Water Pumps
   JOBSITE TOOLBOX TALKS
  
» • "811" Call Before You Dig
» • A Healthy Worksite
» • Aerial Work Platforms
» • Avoiding Moving Parts
» • Avoiding Obstructions When Stacking Snow
» • Chock and Block
» • Combine Fires
» • Communication in Waste Applications
» • Confined Spaces
» • Contractor Safety
» • Demolition Safety
» • Digging Around Utility Lines
» • Electrical Arcs & Blasts
» • Entering & Exiting the Cab of Your Machine
» • Excavations & Pits
» • Fire Prevention & Extinguishing
» • Fire Prevention & Extinguishing-Waste Industry
» • Fire Safety
» • Fire Safety - Waste Industry
» • General Decontamination
» • General Operations - Waste
» • Grain Dust Explosion
» • Hand Signals For Agricultural Safety
» • Hazard Assessment
» • Hazard Recognition
» • Horseplay
» • How to Add Pipe On A Dredge
» • How to Address Substance Abuse
» • How to Control Open Pit Traffic
» • How to Improve Safety with Signs
» • How to Keep Drivers in Their Cabs
» • How to Keep Haul Roads Safe
» • How to Maintain the Bank's Edge
» • How to Recognize Work Zones
» • How to Stay Safe on a Workboat
» • Mobile Equipment
» • Near Misses
» • New Work Sites
» • Operating in a Landfill
» • Plants and Wildlife
» • Power Lines
» • Protecting The Public
» • Protecting The Public - Waste Industry
» • Reducing Noise in the Cab
» • Refueling Equipment
» • Responding To Emergency
» • Responding To Emergency - Waste Industry
» • Safer Work Zones
» • Safety Around High Voltage
 

About Caterpillar Safety Services

Caterpillar believes in the importance of safety and we want our customers to arrive Safely home. Everyone. Every day.™ This requires safe and reliable equipment, well-trained operators, properly designed job sites and a commitment to safety throughout the organization. Wherever you are in your safety journey, Caterpillar Safety Services is committed to providing you the tools, resources and knowledge to develop a sustainable culture of safety excellence.

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