Struck-By Hazards Safety Training

Struck-By Hazards are one of OSHA's fatal four topics to try to prevent the most common causes of workplace fatalities. This course guides employees to recognize common struck-by hazards and to take steps to protect themselves and others.

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Struck-By Hazards Safety Training

Delivered in Microlearning for Improved Retention

Understanding Struck-By Hazards Through Demonstrations

Spanish Subtitles Available

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Lesson Plan

This course was developed in alignment with OSHA's Focus Four Hazards training guidance. After this training learners will be able to:

• Identify struck-by hazards in the workplace
• Give examples of the most common struck-by hazards that lead to incidents
• Recognize these specific struck by hazards; flying objects, falling objects, swinging objects, and rolling objects
• Utilize methods to protect themselves from struck-by hazards including heavy equipment, mobile machinery, and vehiclesS
• Implement safe work practices and PPE to reduce the risk of struck-by hazards

Customer Reviews

Based on 9 reviews
Elizabeth M.

This one adds some fun to a super dry topic.

Brandy C.
Struck-by Training

We do this training every year as part of our OSHA Fatal Four. This video gave good examples and broke down the types of struck-by hazards so our crew could better identify them. I think it was well-received.


I liked the dummy. That made it less boring.

Chris S.

I like how this course shows you stuff. It makes more sense that way.

Chip from Texas
Struck-by ally

Ally Safety does a good job at this course