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The first thirty seconds after discovering a fire is critical. Within those few moments a decision to fight a fire must be made and knowing when to fight and when to flee can mean the difference between life and death. The program describes how to best use an extinguisher and when not to use it.
you’ve got an employee who consistently ignores certain safety rules and needs to understand safety regulations must be adhered to. What do you do? This video scenario provides the just-in-time information and tools needed to help a manager address the situation while maintaining a respectful workplace.
Keeping safe when returning to work after a pandemic or sickness is a priority for the entire organization. These easy-to-use cards provide an easy-to-remember model (C.O.V.I.D.) along with thought-provoking questions for maintaining a safe work environment. These cards are great for a quick reminder, reinforcement or as a conversation generator.
You're back at work after many months of working from home due to a health scare. Someone is sent home because of a cough. You see them back at work the very next day. Management doesn't seem concerned. But then there are rumblings and someone makes a veiled threat about taking care of it. What do you do?
A module specifically created for managers covering the bullying topic and how to address and prevent it in the workplace.
Specifically designed to be an orientation video program for new employees - it also provides a review for seasoned workers or a point of departure toward a more in-depth training cycle for the general employee population.
This program shows how people tempt fate and risk injury -- or death -- with unsafe behaviors. It covers eight safety topics. Eight people selected are shown doing unsafe things and paying the price for it. Their number was up.
This program will help your employees identify potential hazards and use techniques to avoid injury when entering or exiting a vehicle and while traversing steps, sidewalks and turns.
This asset reviews violence prevention strategies, including how to create an atmosphere where employees are encouraged to report threats of violence, and feel comfortable doing so.
This program teaches employees how to spot and diffuse potentially explosive situations instead of waiting to respond when the worst occurs.
Conducting a valid and useful accident investigation is an opportunity to influence the work environment of those around you. It requires tact, diligence, thoughtful communication, and an understanding of the work environment.
This program is specifically designed to inform viewers about air-purifying respirators — their benefits and limitations, selection, fit testing, cleaning, storage, and inspection procedures.
This video teaches employees how to make a systematic evaluation of the entire ammonia system, determine if problem areas exist and make sure the ammonia system at your facility remains under control.
This program runs through various techniques, including proper work postures and lifting techniques, to reduce back stress.
Back to Basics is a quick paced, informative program to help employees understand back injuries and the precautions they can take to prevent these most costly lost time incidents. This version does not include the use of belts.
Back to Basics™ is a quick paced, informative program to help employees understand back injuries and the precautions they can take to prevent these most costly lost time incidents.
This program explains the basic principles of electrical energy in an easy-to-understand, non-technical way. If electricity escapes the path of its intended circuits, the results can be shock, burns, respiratory failure, asphyxiation, internal bleeding and cardiac arrest to the human body, as well as physical damage to surrounding property.
This program provides training for emergency response personnel on the Federal OSHA Standard on Blood borne Diseases. It discusses the risks of occupational exposure to the hepatitis B and HIV viruses.
This program addresses the nature of bloodborne pathogens, the federal standard and facility exposure control plan, protective measures, Hepatitis B vaccination, emergency procedures as well as training and record-keeping.
This program addresses the nature of bloodborne pathogens, the federal standard and facility exposure control plan, "Universal Precautions" (this is known as "Standard Precautions" in the healthcare version in accordance with Centers for Disease Control guidelines), protective measures, Hepatitis B vaccination, emergency procedures as well as training and record-keeping.
This program is specifically designed to inform viewers about atmosphere-supplying respirators — their benefits and limitations, selection, fit testing, cleaning, storage, and inspection procedures.
This program shows employees how to make a systematic evaluation of the entire chlorine system, determine if problem areas exist and make sure the system at your facility remains under control.
If your employees know the precautions they must take before entering a confined space, it can save their lives—and the lives of their coworkers.
This program is based on the real-life incidents that led to OSHA's rule making on confined space entry. It's a gripping account of the hazards that can befall untrained workers and permit violators.
This program reviews the importance of following confined entry requirements - including the ever important permit.
This program provides a basic overview of the safety procedures contractors need to be aware of in most facilities.
Use this video to train personnel who provide hazardous materials release response, site clean-up, supervision, environmental and personnel monitoring, and equipment decontamination.
If your employees come into regular contact with dogs, they must be able to recognize when they are in danger of an attack. And knowing what actions to take—and not to take—can mean the difference between their safety and serious injury.
Fall protection expert, Nigel Ellis, Ph.D., CSP, P.E., also appears in the program with comments about fall prevention. In addition to general safety regarding slips, trips, and falls, safety considerations for using stairways, ladders, and scaffolds are also discussed.
This video shows viewers how to inspect for abnormalities in equipment and faulty wiring which could result in an unexpected release of electrical energy through the body.
The program starts with a dramatic incident in which a worker receives a severe shock while working near electrical lines. After defining the difference between a qualified worker and an unqualified worker, the program goes on to describe various training, work practices, and preventive measures that these employees need to know.
This program covers the use of a wide variety of electrical circuit testing equipment, including volt meters, digital and analog VOM meters, amperage meters, and megometers. Viewers will learn the purpose for each device and its limitations.
Fires. Earthquakes. Hazardous materials exposure. The nature of emergencies makes it extremely important for every employee to be thoroughly trained in emergency evacuation procedures.
Hundreds of employees die each year and thousands more are injured because they didn’t use effective control measures to protect themselves from the release of hazardous energy.
This program provides employees with a basic orientation to ergonomics and how employees can contribute in an overall ergonomics safety program.
This program is geared to any managers or supervisors who would be involved in implementing, administering or maintaining a workplace ergonomics effort.
Simple modifications in posture, work habits, and workstation design to reduce discomfort, fatigue, and injury.
This program reviews the risk factors and symptoms associated with various cumulative trauma disorders (CTDs).
Falls from elevation are the number one cause of on-site occupational fatalities. Yet despite the alarming statistics, personal fall protection is the most under-utilized safety resource.
Special safety concerns for the use of stairways, ladders, and scaffolds are discussed. Throughout the program, actual accidents are shown with suggestions on how the accidents could have been prevented. Fall protection expert, Nigel Ellis, Ph.D., CSP, P.E., also appears in the program with comments about fall protection.
This program shows the four classes of fires, how to prevent each kind of fire, the proper fire extinguisher to use, and how to use it properly.
The program poses a series of questions and answers regarding the hazards most often responsible for fires, the steps to take in the event of a fire, and what employees and employers can do to prevent fires.
This program covers the hazardous materials response plan and how it should be developed and implemented in order to effectively handle anticipated emergencies.
This program reviews the requirements for operating a forklift safely. From pre-trip inspection requirements through refueling, it educates viewers on the many kinds of awareness needed to operate a forklift truck properly.
Goin’ Through the Motions is a program that both informs employees about repetitive motion illnesses and presents specific actions that will reduce the risk on the job.
Goin’ Through the Motions—For Supervisors is a video that both informs supervisors and managers about repetitive motion illnesses and presents specific actions that will reduce the risk on the job.
This highly acclaimed program instructs big rig drivers on the various processes and regulations involved with snow chain usage. It provides drivers with step-by-step instructions for the two different methods of mounting chains on tires (roll over method and block method), plus a real roadside example.
For all line employees and supervisors who handle potentially hazardous materials on the job.
Basic health hazards and terms commonly found on the SDS are illustrated with graphics and demonstrations that enhance the training experience.
This refresher program to the Hazard Communication Standard provides a concise overview of the key elements of the standard that any employee, supervisor or contractor who work with potentially hazardous materials should be aware of.
This refresher training program to the Hazard Communication Standard provides a concise overview of the key elements of the standard that any employee, supervisor or contractor who work with potentially hazardous materials should be aware of.
This program emphasizes the total team effort required of shippers, handlers, and carriers in safely handling a hazardous material.
This program explains how loud noise, on and off the job, can cause permanent hearing loss while showing various types of hearing protectors and tells how to wear them.
Keep your team involved in a safe workplace. This program helps employees understand the importance of safety meetings, how to plan and conduct them and reporting violations of your safety policy.
This informative video thoroughly covers everything employees need to know about the dangers of hypothermia and frostbite—and how to avoid them.
Work in a laboratory, or even cleaning or fixing equipment there, usually involves handling, moving, pouring, or measuring many different substances. Not all of them are hazardous, but some are. And you have to know how to protect yourself from the substances that can harm you, your coworkers, or the environment."
This program explains the basic hazard warning information that will be found on labels and how that information is tied to the MSDS.
This program teaches viewers what they need to know to become professional lift truck operators. It covers the following other important aspects of forklifts: classifications; the functions of the various parts of a forklift; maximum load weights; load center; and lift weight.
This video provides a step-by-step checklist for conducting both a physical/exterior and Operational inspection, including all parts and systems.
Current Regulations require that lift trucks be inspected at least once a day. This video will teach viewers how to conduct pre-operation inspection of a lift truck powered by an internal combustion engine, as well as the proper techniques for starting and refueling.
This program describes the effect of noise on hearing and provides information concerning the different types of personal hearing protection and their proper use. The different aspects of the company’s hearing conservation program are detailed including noise monitoring procedures, controlling noise exposure, audiometric testing, training and record-keeping.
OSHA has expanded the Hazard Communication or Right-To-Know Standard beyond the manufacturing and chemical industries to cover employees who work with chemicals at non-manufacturing organizations. This program is designed to instruct workers about the chemicals they work with, what precautions to take to avoid injury and what to do if accidents occur
The program explains how the Material Safety Data Sheet (MSDS) information provides the answers to critical questions in an emergency.
This program teaches your employees about the most common violations which OSHA cites—and how to avoid them.
The original version of this best-seller, now in five languages. This program is based on the work of W.H. Heinrich and his famous "Heinrich Triangle." It demonstrates that a serious or fatal accident can emerge randomly from seemingly routine unsafe situations and unsafe acts.
This is an engaging video with an emphasis on computer monitors. An amusing "screen saver" named Bill takes control of the situation and teaches everyone all he knows about proper monitor set-up and other office issues such as material handling.
This program focuses on the personal responsibility of the operator and stresses the joint efforts of both employer and employee to ensure safe operation of the forklift truck.
Every year, hundreds of thousands of employees are injured because they fail to wear the necessary personal protective equipment (PPE), or the equipment they did wear didn’t fully protect them. This program focuses on the types of PPE used to protect the eyes, face, head, hands and feet.
This program teaches employees that their safety depends on understanding the hazards in the workplace and equipping themselves to avoid them.
The main message of this program is that personal protective equipment must be worn whenever hazards exist in the workplace. It focuses on head, face, eye, hand, and foot protection.
The program uses a combination of warehouse footage and informative graphics to explain the basic types and principles of counterbalanced forklift trucks.
Issues concerning the stability triangle and load balance are addressed using 3D graphics and animation. Safety Issues concerning battery and LPG power sources are addressed and a variety of inspection and operational procedures are explained including: pre-start safety checks, recharging and refueling hazards, dock safety, safe driving techniques, and working around other employees.
This program provides information about the specific requirements of the PSM Standard for personnel who will be taking part in gathering process safety information or participating in process safety analysis.
This program takes the operator through the initial start-up process, normal operations, temporary operations, emergency shut down, post-tear down and inspection start-up. Special emphasis is placed on communication during the information gathering and hazard analysis processes.
Viewers will learn how a process hazard analysis is conducted to identify what accidents might happen and what the consequences might be.
Learn the importance of gathering information that will tell employees what will happen to chemicals , processes, equipment and containment systems in various situations, and how this information can help them answer “what if” scenarios and react to accidental releases of hazardous chemicals.
This video gives an overview of the nature, extent, and effects of typical respiratory hazards. These hazards include three types: oxygen deficiency, particulate contaminants, and gas and vapor contaminants.
Electricity causes thousands of injuries and deaths and millions of dollars in property damage each year. Yet electricity acts in predictable ways—there is nothing mysterious about it. Knowing the basic Rules of Danger about electricity can significantly reduce the risk of property damage, injury, or death.
This video shows operators how to avoid a lift truck accident. It covers step-by-step procedures for safely picking up a load, driving with a load, setting a load down, and parking.
This program uses a combination of warehouse footage and informative graphics to explain the basic types and principles of powered pallet movers. Powered industrial vehicle training requirements are outlined including new hire and refresher training requirements. Issues concerning the stability triangle and load balance are addressed using 3D graphics and animation.
Designed to teach your new employees how to recognize and work safely around hazards in the workplace, this video introduces the principles of hazard communication, energy isolation and control, permits and confined space safety—as well as the types of tasks which are prohibited in the workplace.
This program introduces the principles of hazard communication, energy isolation and control, permits and confined space safety.
Getting to the brass tacks of the importance of safety on the job, this program hits hard at what safety is and the importance of keeping safety top-of-mind each and every day. The program addresses the relationship of unsafe actions to accidents, the safety responsibilities of management and employees and the safety system that has been established.
Injuries and accidents can be prevented and lives can be saved when signs, tags, labels and placards are used properly.
This program is directed to training workers who might discover a hazardous chemical spill or release how to gather the information necessary to sound the alarm without placing themselves in jeopardy.
Part 1 of a two-part series, this program covers how electricity works and what hazards it presents.
This program outlines and explains the hazards of forklift operation. It details the reasons why forklifts can become unstable and tip over. It examines ramp and loading dock accidents as well as hazards that pose a threat to the safety of pedestrians.
This program is for all line employees and supervisors who handle potentially hazardous materials on the job. Live action sequences show different response tactics that should be considered before attempting to mitigate a hazardous materials incident.
This program examines the components that make up the protective equipment that keeps workers safe on the job. It outlines how an employer assesses the need for PPE based on the potential hazards in a facility.
Forklift accidents account for thousands of injuries each year — many of them serious and too many of them fatal. The big cause of these injuries is lack of stability — more specifically, tip-over.
The importance of recognizing the different types of respiratory hazards that may be encountered, and specific type and style of respirator to be used are detailed as well as the proper procedures for putting-on and taking-off, cleaning, and storing respirators. The different aspects of the company’s respiratory protection plan, air monitoring, fit testing, record-keeping and medical examination requirements are also covered.
This program enables your organization to provide the essential training for increasing employee awareness for correct handling of hazardous waste.
Winter Driving teaches drivers the techniques they need to know to be safe winter drivers.
There are some additional steps you can take to reduce potential violence situations in the workplace.
Behavioral observation by front-line managers and supervisors is one way to determine those employees who might be at risk of a violent outbreak.
If there is a threat made or an outburst or incident, it is imperative that you thoroughly document the information regarding an at-risk employee.
Effective personnel policies can contribute greatly toward preventing violence in the workplace.
You should always wash your hands before, during, and after preparing or eating food, using the toilet, caring for someone who is sick, blowing your nose (or coughing/sneezing), handling animals or touching garbage. Think of hand washing as a process. Follow these steps to ensure proper hand washing.
How lack of preparation can derail a training session
Setting up a workplace violence policy is a good first step in getting the message across that violence within your workplace will not be tolerated.