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Utility knives or “box cutters” are widely used in retail, manufacturing, construction and other industries. They are used for everything from cutting string and opening cartons to cutting drywall and roofing materials. They are such a common tool that most people don’t think they need training on how to use them safely. However, over 60% of workplace hand injuries are lacerations (deep cuts) many from the improper use of utility knives.
SKU: P0296EN
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Utility knives or “box cutters” are widely used in retail, manufacturing, construction and other industries. They are used for everything from cutting string and opening cartons to cutting drywall and roofing materials.  They are such a common tool that most people don’t think they need training on how to use them safely.  However, over 60% of workplace hand injuries are lacerations (deep cuts) many from the improper use of utility knives.

In this course, we will review the different types of utility knives available, their uses and how to work with them safely to avoid injuries to the hands and fingers.

Learning Objectives:

  • Identify different types of utility knives
  • List their advantages and disadvantages
  • Describe how to properly maintain utility knives
  • Recall safe work practices for avoiding hand and finger injuries Recall TDG reporting requirements.

Course Outline:

  • Page 1 – Course Features

  • Page 2 – Introduction
    • Introduction
    • Course Objectives

  • Page 3 – Types of Utility Knives
    • Types of Utility Knives
    • Check Your Understanding

  • Page 4 – Maintenance and Safe Use of Utility Knives
    • Common Causes of Injury
    • Utility Knife Use and Maintenance
    • Safe Work Practices for Injury Prevention
    • Check Your Understanding

  • Page 5 – Conclusion

  • Page 6 – Test

Target Audience:

Workers in retail, construction and industry

Duration:

0.25 hours

Features:

Accessible, audio, mobile

Module(s):

40726EN

Utility knives or “box cutters” are widely used in retail, manufacturing, construction and other industries. They are used for everything from cutting string and opening cartons to cutting drywall and roofing materials.  They are such a common tool that most people don’t think they need training on how to use them safely.  However, over 60% of workplace hand injuries are lacerations (deep cuts) many from the improper use of utility knives.

In this course, we will review the different types of utility knives available, their uses and how to work with them safely to avoid injuries to the hands and fingers.

Learning Objectives:

  • Identify different types of utility knives
  • List their advantages and disadvantages
  • Describe how to properly maintain utility knives
  • Recall safe work practices for avoiding hand and finger injuries Recall TDG reporting requirements.

Course Outline:

  • Page 1 – Course Features

  • Page 2 – Introduction
    • Introduction
    • Course Objectives

  • Page 3 – Types of Utility Knives
    • Types of Utility Knives
    • Check Your Understanding

  • Page 4 – Maintenance and Safe Use of Utility Knives
    • Common Causes of Injury
    • Utility Knife Use and Maintenance
    • Safe Work Practices for Injury Prevention
    • Check Your Understanding

  • Page 5 – Conclusion

  • Page 6 – Test

Target Audience:

Workers in retail, construction and industry

Duration:

0.25 hours

Features:

Accessible, audio, mobile

Module(s):

40726EN

Products specifications
Course LanguageEnglish
Length Range30 Minutes or Less
Length (Hours)0.25
Course FeaturesAudio
Course FeaturesAccessible
Course FeaturesMobile
Module Number(s)40726EN
Products specifications
Course LanguageEnglish
Length Range30 Minutes or Less
Length (Hours)0.25
Course FeaturesAudio
Course FeaturesAccessible
Course FeaturesMobile
Module Number(s)40726EN