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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.
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 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.
Fires. Earthquakes. Hazardous materials exposure. The nature of emergencies makes it extremely important for every employee to be thoroughly trained in emergency evacuation procedures.
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.
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.
Injuries and accidents can be prevented and lives can be saved when signs, tags, labels and placards are used properly.
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.
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 provides a basic overview of the safety procedures contractors need to be aware of in most facilities.