Training

10-4 Defensive Driving SS1087IE (11 Min.)
Description
The 10-4 Defensive Driving System is a great program for new or experienced drivers. Following the principles outlined in this video will help reduce your chances of an accident regardless of the driving habits of those you share the road with.
A Million Excuses - SS1055IE (9 Min.) UPDATED
Description
This video, although humorous, delivers hard-hitting impact for all employees. The program examines the “million” excuses offered by employees for not following established safety policies and procedures, not wearing Personal Protective Equipment and for not using common sense on the job. When employee’s see the excuses in this program, it may cause them to examine some of their own attitudes which may be unsafe.
Accident & Incident Investigation SS1023AE (16 Min.)
Description
According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, a worker is injured on the job every 5 seconds. Workplace injuries and illnesses cost industry over $175 billion annually. The immediate cause of incidents is usually obvious. But unless the true root cause(s) are identified and corrected, the probability of a similar type incident occurring is high. A properly conducted Incident Investigation is one of the most effective tools and an essential component of all successful incident prevention programs. Incident Investigation program uses broadcast quality images and graphics to capture the audience's attention and communicate in a clear and concise fashion the purpose and importance of Incident Investigation, the skills and techniques required to conduct an effective investigation, how to identify the true root causes of an incident and develop corrective actions, and the importance of communication and follow up. Topics covered include: Taking immediate action at the scene of the incident, Gathering facts and information, How to take effective pictures and document an incident scene, Techniques for interviewing witnesses, Methods for analyzing the facts and information gathered, Developing corrective actions, Implementation and communication, and The importance of follow up. When an incident occurs in the workplace something happened that shouldn't have, or didn't happen that should have. A proper Incident Investigation will answer why and enable you to prevent its recurrence in the future. This program provides the content and tools necessary to effectively train your managers, supervisors, safety committee members and other employees to conduct a proper Incident Investigation.
Accidents: The People Factor SS2302AE (9 Min.)
Description
We talk a lot about safety. We have training programs, safety audits, governmental agencies, the list goes on and on. With all of this attention to safety, you'd think workplace accidents would be a thing of the past. They're not. Why do they keep happening? The simple answer is People. This video examines the role people play in workplace injuries
Active Shooter Awareness Video: Helping Prevent Tragedy – SS1075IE (9 min.)
Description
Incidents involving active shooters continue to be in the news. These acts of violence are becoming more commonplace in today’s society, and although your chances of being a victim of an active shooter incident are minuscule, it is important your organization and your associates plan and be prepared for such an incident. Active shooters can strike where we live, where we work, where we study, where we shop or any other environment. No business or institution is immune to the potential of an active shooter attack. The purpose of this informational training is not to alarm viewers, but to enlighten them regarding some of the elements of an active shooter scenario and what they should do to be prepared to deal with such an act.
Active Shooter: Emergency Action Plan - SS1114IE (12 Min.)
Description
Because active shooter situations are often over within 10 to 15 minutes, before law enforcement arrives on the scene, individuals must be prepared both mentally and physically to deal with an active shooter situation. Be aware of your environment and any possible dangers. Take note of the two nearest exits in any facility you visit. This will help you respond in the safest manner possible if needed.
Aerial Lift Safety - SS1031GE (13 mins)
Description
Any job that requires personnel to be elevated above the ground will also require one of the various types of aerial lifts to get them there. This video covers Hazard Recognition, Pre-Start Inspections, Work Zone Inspections, Operator Training and more...
Aerial Lift Work Platform – SS1025GE (15 min.)
Description
Aerial work platforms provide access to work areas that were one difficult or impossible to reach. But, there are potential hazards involved. That’s why anyone operating an aerial work platform must be trained and authorized before using the equipment. This program covers a broad range of topics including: Pre-Shift Inspections Operating Controls Safe Operating Procedures Driving and Steering Speed Control Fall Protection and others.
Agriculture: Heat Stress SS16040E (8 Min.)
Description
The risk of becoming ill or even dying of over-exposure from the effects of heat is serious at all times, and even more so in the summer months. Too many workers are hospitalized and even die from heat-related illnesses. Program discusses techniques for controlling and preventing heat stress, and the first aid procedures necessary to treat the symptoms of heat exposure.
An Extra Effort For Safety Sake: Safety Behavior – SS1065IE (15 min.)
Description
If safety is so important, why do accidents and injuries continue to occur? Government statistics estimate 5.7 million workplace injuries and illnesses occur annually with associated costs over $170 billion. This dynamic new program addresses a complex issue with a light touch and an important message. Everyone is responsible and accountable for safety. Whether a new employee, 20-year veteran, or plant manager, this program is ideal for everyone at your site. An Extra Effort for Safety Sake addresses the importance of safety, the financial and emotional impact accidents and injuries can have, why safety needs to be a part of every task performed, and best practices to prevent incidents from occurring at your site. Filmed in multiple locations, this program will have a positive and lasting impact on your safety culture and motivate all employees to incorporate safety into every task they perform to help create an accident free work environment.
Anhydrous Ammonia Safety – SS1012FE (18 min)
Description
This video teaches employees how to make a systematic evaluation of the entire ammonia system, determine if possible problem areas exist and make sure the ammonia system at your facility remains under control. Viewers will learn how to gather process safety data, as well as understand and evaluate process flow and piping/instrumentation diagrams.
BBP Know The Risk SS1027BE-5 Concise Version
Description
Bloodborne Pathogens are a potential hazard in every workplace. Even minor first aid situations can present a potential risk. That's why training is so important. This prgram takes the mystery out of Bloodborne Pathogens by explaining, in simple terms: What Bloodborne Pathogens are What diseases they can cause and How to prevent exposure.
Back Injury: Exercise And Ergonomics – SS1016DE (16 mins)
Description
They say you never notice the parts of your body until they hurt. This video stresses the importance of back safety and discusses not only the risk involved in everyday body movement, but also the ways to prevent those risks from turning into debilitating injuries. The presentation stresses a proactive approach including proper health through exercise and ergonomics. Information is offered on how to properly move through each day without adding undue strain and stress on the body. Viewers will be shown a range of basic stretches as well as other methods and tips for safe and healthy movement.
Back Safety Basics SS1014DE-5 Concise Version
Description
Back injuries caused by improper lifting are the most common disabling injuries in the workplace. A person can injure their back in virtually any type of occupation, often to the point they can no longer work in their chosen field, along with having a devastating impact on their overall quality of life. Many of the causes of back injury can be prevented by teaching employees how the back operates and the basics of proper lifting techniques. This video does just that. Great for new or experienced employees.
Back Safety: Proper Lifting Procedures - SS1015DE (16 min.)
Description
Back injuries frequently occur in the workplace during lifting. The tips and techniques provided in this video will offer alternatives to lifting or carrying and will show the benefits of using helpful tools like dollies and carts to prevent back injuries. Viewers will learn the necessary step-by-step safety procedures to prepare the body for safe lifting as well as instruction on how to properly lift under any circumstances.
Back Safety: The Basics - SS1014DE (11 min.)
Description
Back injuries caused by improper lifting are the most common disabling injuries in the workplace. A person can injure their back in virtually any type of occupation, often to the point they can no longer work in their chosen field, along with having a devastating impact on their overall quality of life. Many of the causes of back injury can be prevented by teaching employees how the back operates and the basics of proper lifting techniques. This video does just that. Great for new or experienced employees.
Backing, Parking, Intersections SS1069IE (10 Min)
Description
Backing, parking and driving in intersections are three extremely vulnerable moments for a driver that all require the proper knowledge, skill and attention. This presentation will show how to prevent the usual hazards and that present themselves when backing, parking and at intersections. Instruction will be provided on minimizing distractions, handling blind spots and preventing accidents through proper vehicle operation and awareness.
Basic Electrical Safety SS1085IE (11 Min.)
Description
This video explains the basics of electrical safety in an easy to understand manner. A great program for new employees or experienced employees in need of refresher training.
Bloodborne Pathogens: Know the Risk SS1027B (13 Min.) UPDATED
Description
Bloodborne Pathogens are a potential hazard in every workplace. Even minor first aid situations can present a potential risk. That's why training is so important. This prgram takes the mystery out of Bloodborne Pathogens by explaining, in simple terms: What Bloodborne Pathogens are What diseases they can cause and How to prevent exposure.
Bomb Threat Procedures SS5015AE (10 min.)
Description
A bomb threat can have serious, far-reaching consequences if not handled properly. This programs trains all employees on bomb threats, emergency action procedures, what to look for and what action employees and management can take to reduce the impact of real or fake bomb threats. Each facility’s emergency evacuation procedures will complement this training.
Bucket Truck Safety - SS1021GE (12 Min.)
Description
Bucket & Boom trucks are great tools and have many uses. They allow us to reach places we could not normally reach but there are dangers you may face. That’s what this program is all about, the hazards associated with Bucket Trucks and steps you can take to help minimize your risk and keep you, and those working around you, safe.
CPR AED Awareness Training – SS21070I (11 min.)
Description
CPR can save someone's life, we will go over some common techniques in this video. We will also cover AED related procedures. Included in this video is a step by step approach on what to do for an adult cardiac emergency, calling 911, and a comprehensive description and demonstration section on how to perform CPR for the adult age group. A brief introduction to the AED (Automated External Defibrillator), the importance of this life-saving device and how to operate one.
Carbon Monoxide - SS5063AE (12 mins)
Description
Carbon Monoxide…odorless, colorless, deadly, and it could be in your property. Everyone needs to be aware of this potential threat. This program address: What is carbon monoxide and why is it dangerous How carbon monoxide is generated and how it is handled in occupied spaces Symptoms of carbon monoxide poisoning Maintaining fuel-fired equipment to minimize carbon monoxide accumulation Following the recommendations outlined in this program can help you reduce the threat of carbon monoxide on you property.
Cell Phone Hands Free Driving Awareness - SS1089IE
Description
Driving while using your cell phone is a recipe for disaster. In today's day and age technology is more available than ever, and so are the associated hazards. This video covers some of the statistics and also gives the tips needed to drive safely.
Choices II: Reducing Unsafe Acts - SS5058AE (13 min.)
Description
What is the root cause of most workplace accidents and injuries: choices. Too often associates and management alike focus on the potential physical hazards present in the workplace and neglect the human factor. This Program takes a close look at: Back Injuries, Hand and Wrist Injuries and Slips, Trips & Falls and explains, in detail, how each occurred, what contributed to the incident and how similar occurrences can be prevented. An excellent program for experienced employees.
Choices: Reducing Unsafe Acts - SS5045AE (11 Min.) Update Coming April 2024
Description
Most workplace injuries are the result of one simple thing; choices. That's right, the choices employees make mean the difference between working safely and being injured. This video examines some common unsafe choices employees make in the Hospitality Industry and discusses ways they can make better, safer choices.
Choices: Safe Driving - SS1078IE (25 Min.)
Description
This year, approximately 30,000 people will die in vehicle collisions. That’s 100 today. That’s 100 tomorrow…and the next day. Every Day. People’s lives are shattered. Families are torn apart. Why? Poor choices. We mention choices because that’s really what it comes down to. Will your employees choose to obey traffic laws and operate their vehicles safely? Or, will they choose to take a chance… a chance that can have grave and long lasting effects. You can help them make good choices behind the wheel with this video. Topics include: Disctracted Driving Phone Conversations Texting In-Car Distractions External Distractions Pedestrians Inclement Weather BillBoards and Drowsy Driving As well as tried and true Defensive Driving techniques relating to: Speed Limits Following Distance Intersections Aggressive Driving Anticipating Hazards & Backing and Parking
Civil Unrest: Being Prepared - SS2216AE (6 Min.)
Description
Civil unrest…Protests…Riots… they’re nothing new, but that doesn’t lessen their impact… Casualties…Property damage… Business interruption…Financial loss. They can occur anywhere. Sometimes they happen without warning, but there can be indications a threat is developing, and these signs offer an opportunity to prepare and be proactive in these challenging situations.
Cold Stress and Hypothermia - SS1096IE (9 Min.)
Description
Anyone who works outside on a regular basis knows – at some point or another – you’re going to experience cold and wet weather conditions. These working conditions can threaten your ability to do your job safely, as cold can have negative effects on the body. This is known as cold stress. Cold and wet weather can begin to have negative affects on the body in temperatures as high as 59 degrees Fahrenheit. This safety video helps employees understand and recognize, why it’s important to keep an eye our for the effects of cold stress.
Compressed Air Safety - SSE2131E (17 mins)
Description
This video stresses the importance of working safely with compressed air to prevent injuries. Featured are four workplace incidents that illustrate the fact that compressed air hazards are often not easily recognized but still can have tragic consequences. Topics include: Dangers of cleaning with compressed air How compressed air can injure the human body Use of hearing protection in noisy environments Inspection and maintenance of compressed air equipment Components of compressed air systems
Compressed Gas Cylinders: Safety Basics - SSC0031AE (10 Min.)
Description
Stored compressed gases are essential components in all areas of American industry. Compressed gas cylinders hold fuel, breathable air and chemicals that can produce devastating results if they are accidentally released or leak. This program shows the viewer the types of hazards associated with the gases, how the gases are compressed and stored and how the cylinders should be handled. The viewer will also learn how to connect gas cylinders to service lines and fixtures and how to control gas leaks.
Confined Space Entry SS1055HE (10 Min.)
Description
Confined Space Entry is a potentially hazardous situation, perhaps even fatal. But it doesn't have to be. If procedures are followed, Confine Space Entry can be done safely and without incident. This video: Defines Confined Space Hazards How to Control Hazards Confined Space Permits Air Testing Emergency Procedures
Coupling and Uncoupling Tractor Trailers - SS17030AE (5 mins)
Description
The coupling/uncoupling process is a routine operation. But, if not performed safely and correctly, you, your truck and those driving around you are all put at risk. This video shows, in an easy to understand, steb-by-step manner, exactly how to safely couple and uncouple your tractor trailer.
DOT Drugs & Alcohol Testing: What Employees Need to Know SS17041AE (27 Min.)
Description
You may have many questions about DOT Drug and Alcohol testing. This video answers them. Who is subject to DOT testing? Why are safety-sensitive employees tested? What information must employers provide when I first begin performing DOT safety-sensitive functions ? What conduct is prohibited by the regulations? What drugs does DOT test for? Can I use prescribed medications & Over-the-counter (OTC) drugs and perform safety-sensitive functions? When will I be tested? How is a urine drug test administered? What are Medical Review Officers (MROs)? If I disclose my prescribed medication use/medical information to the MRO during my interview, will the MRO report that information to a third party? How is an alcohol test administered? Should I refuse a test if I believe I was unfairly selected for testing? What is considered a refusal to test? What happens if I test positive, refuse a test, or violate an agency-specific drug & alcohol rule? What are Substance Abuse Professionals (SAPs)? How do I find a SAP? Will I lose my job if I violate drug & alcohol regulations? Will my results be confidential? Will the results follow me to different employers? What should I do if I have a drug or alcohol abuse problem?
DOT Reasonable Suspicion Training SS17042AE (17 Min.)
Description
Referring someone for drug or alcohol testing is never an easy decision to make. easy to make. Why? Because this decision affects someone’s livelihood, but it also affects the safety of many others. Referring someone for drug or alcohol testing is not to be taken lightly, but it’s not to be ignored either. This video gives you the tools and information you need to do what you need to do, legally, sensitively, and effectively. It defines reasonable suspicion and describes the standards for making reasonable suspicion determinations and provide guidance regarding employee interviews and a reasonable suspicion situation. The bottom line here is safety and saving lives.
DOT Reasonable Suspicion Training SS17042AS (18 Min.) _ Spanish
Description
Referring someone for drug or alcohol testing is never an easy decision to make. easy to make. Why? Because this decision affects someone’s livelihood, but it also affects the safety of many others. Referring someone for drug or alcohol testing is not to be taken lightly, but it’s not to be ignored either. This video gives you the tools and information you need to do what you need to do, legally, sensitively, and effectively. It defines reasonable suspicion and describes the standards for making reasonable suspicion determinations and provide guidance regarding employee interviews and a reasonable suspicion situation. The bottom line here is safety and saving lives.
Defensive Driving – SS1067IE (20 min.)
Description
Motor vehicle accidents are the leading cause of death for the American worker. Since, virtually everyone drives a vehicle every day for either business or personal reasons, defensive driving training is of vital importance. This program discusses distracted driving, stopping distances, following distances, adverse weather and other defensive driving techniques.
Delivery Truck/Van Safety - SS17013AE (12 min.)
Description
Driving a delivery truck safely has its hazards but being informed about certain aspects of the job will help keep you safe. The material covered in this program goes beyond just safe driving. This program addresses Safe Lifting which is not only a part of a Delivery Driver’s job, buy essential to their health and well-being. Program also addresses Pre-trip inspection, distracted driving, driving in bad weather are also addressed. This is an excellent program for anyone in the delivery business, new or experienced!
Distracted Driving: A Real Story - SS1105IE (25 Min.)
Description
Tom Goeltz is no stranger to safety. In fact, he has been a safety professional and advocate his whole life. But nothing could have prepared him for the unimaginable. In February 2016, Tom's daughter Megan was waiting in her car at a stop sign when a car traveling at a high rate of speed crossed over two lanes of traffic, into a ditch and into Megan's car. Tom's daughter and her unborn child lost their lives in this horrific crash. Tom and his family's lives will never be the same. He is a survivor advocate and is hoping for tougher laws and regulations around distracted driving, not only in his state, but nationwide. Tom also actively speaks to professionals and students about the dangers of distracted driving, in the hope of saving lives.
Distracted Driving: Make The Correct Choice – SS1068IE (13 min.)
Description
In today’s busy world, distractions are everywhere, especially behind the wheel. Phones, Ipods, texting, talking, you name it, they’re all distractions. The temptation to use these devices behind the wheel is very real. This program identifies these hazards, exposes the dangers they present and offers practical advice on how to remain focused behind the wheel. Statistics show that up to 63% of all motor vehicle crashes are due in whole, or in part to distracted driving. In fact, distracted driving is rapidly becoming the largest contributor to serious and fatal vehicle crashes. This all-new video will help prevent you and your employees from becoming one of these statistics.
Dog Bite Prevention SS3051A (9 Min.)
Description
Keep employees safe from dog and other animals bites on the job with this Dog Bite Prevention Video. The video will show workers how to avoid getting bitten by dogs to the begin with, how to avoid potentially hostile animals, and what to do in case of a dog bite. This training video is an ideal training tool for postal workers, meter readers, and others who come in contact with pets on a regular basis.
Driving Distractions Of The Everyday Driver– SS1073I (18 min.)
Description
In this presentation, viewers will become familiar with the unusual distractions faced by the everyday driver and how to prevent them from creating unsafe situations on the road. Topics covered include: Safe and effective use of comfortable controls GPS technology and cell phones How to handle additional unexpected distractions inside and outside of the vehicle
Driving Distractions Of The Professional Driver - SS13025A (15 min.)
Description
Prevent distracted driving among employees with this presentation on how professional drivers can prepare for a safe drive and maintain that safety while on the road. The material covers the host of possible distractions professional drivers face and how to avoid them through per-trip planning, knowing how to handle unexpected weather changes and handling everyday driving hazards on the job.
Driving Distractions Of The Professional Driver - SS13025S (15 min.) Spanish
Description
Prevent distracted driving among employees with this presentation on how professional drivers can prepare for a safe drive and maintain that safety while on the road. The material covers the host of possible distractions professional drivers face and how to avoid them through per-trip planning, knowing how to handle unexpected weather changes and handling everyday driving hazards on the job.
Drugs & Alcohol: The Harmful Effects SS17040AE
Description
It should come as no surprise that drugs and alcohol can have negative effects on your life. Although sometimes it may be difficult to imagine, the abuse of these substances can change everything from your body to your bank account. Howow much do you really know? Understanding the full effects that these substances can have could change your life for the better. This video will help you do just that.
Dump Truck Safety - SSC020PE (8 mins)
Description
This videos covers some of the hazards you might face while operating a dump truck.
Electric & Manual Pallet Jack Safety SS1033GE (7 Min.)
Description
Pallet Jacks are common tools in warehouse and other environments. There are hazards associated with their use for operators and those who work in the same areas. This program outlines the basics of pallet jack safety and provides the do's and dont's of safe operation. Manual, walk-along and ride-on equipment are all discussed.
Emergency Preparedness: A Supervisor's Responsibility - SS1050IE (25 min.)
Description
This comprehensive video addresses EVERYTHING concerning emergency preparedness and natural disasters such as floods, earthquakes, hurricanes and storms. Also covers accidental disasters; fires, workplace tragedies and chemical spills. It even covers intentional disasters such as workplace violence, terrorism, employee sabotage and arson. The time to prepare for an emergency is before it happens and this is the best program available to train your supervisors to properly prepare and effectively respond.
Emergency Preparedness: An Employee's Responsibility – SS1051I (25 min.)
Description
No one can predict when an emergency will happen. For this reason, everyone in your facility must be prepared. Proper preparedness can help minimize the loss of life and property damage should a disaster occur. This program is comprehensive and will educate your workforce about how they can prepare for disasters such as floods, fires and hurricanes and how they can help prevent the impact of workplace violence, terrorism and arson. This program is a great way to raise awareness in your company an ensure that your employees know what to do when a disaster strikes.
Ergonomics - What's Wrong With This Picture? – SS1049I (10 min.)
Description
In this video, students are shown scenes of office employees at work and are asked to identify the hazards present. The clips are played back with narration and graphics explaining the problem and how to correct it. This method can make the training more interesting to employees weary of standard safety videos.
Evacuation Procedures - M240AE
Description
Evacuation Procedures provides the information employees need to learn what steps to take to act quickly and safely during an evacuation. Dealing with an emergency is never easy. Neither is evacuating a facility when one is happening. Very few people can think clearly or act logically in a crisis, and our urge to get out can easily turn into panic. The result can often be a stampede that causes injuries and property damage. But it doesn’t have to be that way, because you can help to ensure that an evacuation is calm and orderly.The course includes information on the Evacuation Team, preparing yourself for an evacuation, basic evacuation procedures, evacuating multi-story buildings, coping with fires and explosions, dealing with HAZMAT emergencies, and more. This VOD program is one of the most effective and efficient ways to get employees the training that they need, in a classroom or individually through their desktop or tablet computer.
Eye Safety Basics – SS1024BE (10 min)
Description
This program explains eye protection requirements in a way anyone can understand. After all, everyone knows the benefits of safety glasses yet too many neglect them. This video is a good way to remind them about the importance of wearing eye protection when required. You will find your employees respond well to this entertaining and informative video.
FMCSA: Know The Facts - SS17033AE (11 mins)
Description
The goal of the Motor Carrier Safety Improvement Act, enacted by the FMCSA, or Federal Motor carrier Safety Administration, is CSA; Compliance, Safety and Accountability. This video will help drivers and the companies they work for the criteria and guidelines of CSA and what they must do to remain in compliance and avoid sanctions and penalties.
Fall Protection SSC0023AE (10 Min.)
Description
Even a short fall can cause serious injury or even death. This great training tool covers body harnesses, shock absorbing lanyards, swing effect, rope grabs, retractable lanyards, and more. Workers who work in any environment above 4 feet or 6 feet in construction need fall protection training and need to wear fall protection equipment in these circumstances. Physical Barriers as well as personal fall arrest systems are discussed.
Fall Protection: Fixed Ladders, Catwalks & Stairs – SS16025AE (8 min.)
Description
This program examines potential fall hazards when working at a grain elevator. The primary concerns are fixed ladders, stairs and catwalks. The program outlines the potential hazards associated with these 3 types of access/egress and shows ways these hazards can be reduced or eliminated. Proper inspection procedures along with safe rules of use are presented in a concise, to the point manner.
Fatigue In the Workplace: Employee Version SS2034AE (7 Min.)
Description
Occupational fatigue is an increasingly dangerous yet commonly overlooked health condition that affects a majority of the labor force in North America. Because it’s so common, people may think of it as a normal part of working and underestimate the effects. They think, “Everybody’s tired. What’s the big deal?” But, there’s more to workplace fatigue than just being tired. This video examines the impact of workplace fatigue and provides tips for employees to help combat that dangerous condition.
Fatigue In the Workplace: Management Version SS2301AE (14 Min.)
Description
Occupational fatigue is an increasingly dangerous yet commonly overlooked health condition that affects a majority of the labor force in North America. Because it’s so common, people may think of it as a normal part of working and underestimate the effects. They think, “Everybody’s tired. What’s the big deal?” But, there’s more to workplace fatigue than just being tired. This video examines the impact of workplace fatigue and provides tips for employees and Supervisors to help combat that dangerous condition.
Filling Propane Tanks Safely SS1040GE (6 Min.)
Description
Propane has a variety of uses, including fueling forklifts. It is highly flammable in gas and liquid forms but it can be used safely by following a few simple safety procedures. This video shows you how.
Fire Extinguisher Training in Hospitality - SS5072AE (5 mins.)
Description
Fire Extinguishers...your first line of defense in the event of a fire. Does everyone on your staff know how to use one and when to use one? This program covers the basics of HOW to properly use a fire extinguisher and WHEN to use it.
Fire Prevention & Extinguisher Training Hospitality - SS5095A (10 MIn.)
Description
Fire extinguishers are common to all workplace settings but most employees have only a vague idea of how to safely operate them. This program demonstrates step by step procedures for safely extinguishing a fire using the PASS system. Fire prevention is serious business and should be taken seriously by everyone in the workplace.
Fire Prevention 101 - SS5068AE (5 mins)
Description
Few things can be more terrifying and catastrophic than a fire. That is why training and education is so important. This video looks at ways fires can be prevented and covers the basics of fire prevention, conditions that contribute to fires and steps employees can take to minimize the risk of a potential fire in a unit.
First Aid – SS1058IE (9 min.)
Description
First Aid is the immediate card given to the injured or suddenly ill person, it is temporary assistance until proper medical professionals are available. This training program is designed to provide information so that you can help a victim that is in need of first aid.
First Aid: What You Need To Know SS1102IE (16 Min.)
Description
As an employer who cares so much for your employees, it is a must to provide them with proper first aid training that meets OSHA Compliance requirements. Not only it is vital for the health of your organization, considering safety in the working environment of your employees is good business sense. Here are some facts to consider: 13% of workplace deaths are from sudden cardiac arrest 25% of all emergency room visits could be avoided only if people knew basic first aid and CPR. So is it a waste of money then for organizations to invest in first aid training? There is an undeniable benefit that your company can derive out of reducing health costs.
Forklift Battery Charging: Safety Basics - SS1044GE (6 Min.)
Description
Charging batteries of forklifts and other material handling equipment can present safety hazards. These programs outlines the potential hazards, personal protective equipment, proper charging techniques and emergency procedures.
Forklift Operator Training – SS1024GE (18 min.)
Description
This program utilizes video shot on location as well as 3D animations to train new or experienced employees in the importance of safe operation and the responsibilities of professional lift truck operations, and the skills and techniques operators can use to help ensure workplace safety and incident prevention. Anyone required to operate forklifts must be trained in accordance with mandated standards. Training must include a wide variety of topics including engineering principles, forklift operating rules, equipment characteristics, differences between a forklift and a car, environmental hazards, operator maintenance, hazardous locations, surface operating conditions, site-specific operations, potential hazards, and other pertinent information. This video does just that and is a great training aid for training new operators or as refresher training for experienced operators.
Forklift Safety SS1024GE-5 Concise Version
Description
This program utilizes video shot on location as well as 3D animations to train new or experienced employees in the importance of safe operation and the responsibilities of professional lift truck operations, and the skills and techniques operators can use to help ensure workplace safety and incident prevention.
Forklift Safety: The Experienced Operator – SS1022GE (14 min.)
Description
Aimed at experienced operators, this program communicates the importance of operating a forklift in a professional and safe manner and creates an awareness and respect for the potential hazards they may encounter. It establishes that the forklift operator is responsible for their safety and the safety of the people around them. Forklift Safety: The Experienced Operator will motivate your drivers to use the operating skills and techniques they’ve been taught to prevent accidents and injuries.
Forklifts and the Pedestrians SS1038GE (8 Min.)
Description
The most common accident seen in forklifts is striking a pedestrian. This means as a pedestrian you need to be extremely vigilant when working around forklifts, and the same goes for the forklift operator too. This program focuses on the safety of pedestrians, and the things you can do to make sure you will have a safe workday.
GHS: Hazardous Materials Labels SS2001FE (8 Min.)
Description
This GHS Container Labeling Training Video will help your employees understand the six types of information contained on a Globally Harmonized System (GHS) label as well as how to understand the 9 types of pictograms used in a GHS labeling program. This training DVD was created specifically to help you with the OSHA GHS compliance standard
GHS: Safety Data Sheets-The Basics SS2002FE (5 Min.)
Description
Explains the new GHS format for Safety Data Sheets (SDS's) adopted by OSHA when they revised their hazard communication standard. Available in English & Spanish
GHS: The Basics - SS1050FE (5 Min)
Description
GHS or Globally Harmonized System is a method of identifying chemicals and their associated hazards. This video provides viewers with the basics of this program and describes the resources they can use to properly identify the hazards they may face, protective measures to minimize these hazards and other pertinent information.
Grain Elevator Safety – SS16026AE (10 min.)
Description
There are a multitude of potential hazards when working in or near a grain elevator. This programs takes a detailed look at: Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) Confined Space Entry Grain Bins Grain Dust Explosions The information isn’t complicated, but it’s necessary to prevent serious and costly incidents at your facility.
Grinding and Abrasive Wheels SS1097IE (10 Min.)
Description
Grinding and Abrasive Wheels program provides the viewer with information on the proper use and operation of grinders in a safe manner. There are a variety of jobs in foundry operations in industries requiring the use of grinders. They can be portable grinders or fixed bench grinders. It's a safe job if you follow the rules. If you ignore safety or ignore proper grinding procedures, it can be an extremely hazardous job. We don't intend to cover all the safety rules associated with grinding. We just want to provide some information to make you more aware of safety when operating grinders.
H2S-Hydrogen Sulfide Training – SS1043FE
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Hydrogen sulfide is one of the most deadly industrial gases. It has been referred to as a silent killer. This comprehensive video covers a wide range of topics including characteristics of H2S, monitoring areas for H2S levels, emergency procedures, hazard minimization, contingency planning, SO2 and more. Complete and up-to-date. A great tool for required annual training.
HAZWOPER: Chemical Protective Clothing – SS1039F (12 min.)
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Designed to explain the different types and limitations of protective clothing and the correct application of each type. Also discusses heat stress. Security risks associated with transporting hazardous materials, Methods that have been designed to enhance transportation security, How to recognize security risks and Responding to possible security threats.
HAZWOPER: Donning/Doffing/Decontamination – SS1041F (17 min.)
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Describes how to properly don chemical protective clothing, how to properly remove it and how to decontaminate clothing and personnel effectively. Security risks associated with transporting hazardous materials, Methods that have been designed to enhance transportation security, How to recognize security risks and Responding to possible security threats.
HAZWOPER: Identifying Hazardous Materials – SS1036F (15 min.)
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Designed to complement a variety of HAZWOPER applications. Includes definitions of TLV, TWA, TLV-C, methods of exposure, dust, fumes, gases and more. Security risks associated with transporting hazardous materials, Methods that have been designed to enhance transportation security, How to recognize security risks and Responding to possible security threats.
HAZWOPER: Medical Surveillance Program – SS1037F (14 min.)
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Outlines what exactly is needed for a complete medical surveillance program including medical examinations, recordkeeping and other pertinent information.
HAZWOPER: On-Site Safety Considerations – SS1038F (14 min.)
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Overview of general safety and health plan requirements, incident characterization, remedial actions and how to create a comprehensive written plan. Explains site control issues, routine operations, medical care, evacuation and more.
HAZWOPER: Orientation – SS1035F (16 min.)
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The Basics of HAZWOPER requirements, laws and regulations. Provides minimum emergency plan requirements and identifies regulations applicable to HAZWOPER operations.
HAZWOPER: Respiratory Protection – SS1040F (24 min.)
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A vital part of effective HAZWOPER training. Basic training for selecting, using, handling and storing respirators. Proper fit-testing procedures are covered in detail.
HAZWOPER: Respiratory Protection – SS1040FS (24 min.) Spanish
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A vital part of effective HAZWOPER training. Basic training for selecting, using, handling and storing respirators. Proper fit-testing procedures are covered in detail.
HAZWOPER: Site Safety &Health Plan – SS1042F (18 min.)
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Overview of general safety and health plan requirements, incident characterization, remedial actions and how to create a comprehensive written plan. Explains site control issues, routine operations, medical care, evacuation and more.
Hand & Power Tool Safety SS1094IE (10 Min.)
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Everyone uses Hand & Power tools. But, because they are common, people often forget about the hazards involved. Tool accidents result in thousands of serious injuries and hundreds of deaths each year… most of which could have been avoided by simply handling tools safely. To avoid these types of accidents employees need to know how to handle their tools safely. This program is a great place to start.
Hand Safety: You Control It – SS1063IE (12 min.)
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A hand injury occurs in the workplace every 32 seconds. Though they usually do not grab the headlines and are not fatal in nature, over 16 million individuals seek emergency care each year for hand injuries. Hands are often in the forefront of the specific task being performed and thus exposed to more risks. This program educates your employees on the different types of hand injuries that can occur, how to recognize common hazards found in the workplace and preventive measures to take to protect their hands. Safety is a personal responsibility. A hand injury can occur in a moment, but affect your for a lifetime. This program will motivate your workers to use best practices to prevent hand injuries.
Hazmat Security: DOT Requirements - SS13024AE (13 min.)
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This program focuses on giving employees an awareness of the security risks associated with transporting hazardous materials.Areas covered in this program are: Security risks associated with transporting hazardous materials, Methods that have been designed to enhance transportation security, How to recognize security risks and Responding to possible security threats.
Hearing Conservation: The Facts – SS1020BE (11 min.)
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This video heightens awareness of hearing conservation in the workplace. Explains the anatomy of the ear, how noise can cause hearing loss, and how to prevent hearing loss. Includes a cameo appearance of “Lou Ferrigno”, noted famous body builder, author and trainer, who has been severely hearing impaired since birth.
Heat Stress: Facts & Prevention - SSG001E (9 Min.)
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Heat Illness...it can happen to just about anybody working in hot or humid conditions. It can be serious. It can be fatal. But, it' doesn't have to be. A few simple, easy to do steps can mean the difference between just another day at work and a serious medical emergency. This video outlines these steps in an easy to understand manner.
Heat Stress: Tips for a Cool Summer - SS2223AE
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Are you ready for summer? Who isn't? With summer fun comes the summer heat and that can create a safety concern for workers subjected to hot environments. Whether you work outdoors or inside, this video will help you stay safe and cool this summer.
Hot Work & Fire Prevention SS11082EE (12 Min.)
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Welding, grinding, cutting, open flame and other spark-producing tools and operations are all capable of starting dangerous fires in our workplaces. Collectively known as hot work, such processes require specific permits and procedures be followed to prevent the ignition of vapors, liquids and solids that may be in or near the work area. Careless hot work operations can quickly lead to fires, extensive property damage, severe injuries or death. This program discusses the safe work practices that should be taken to prevent such incidents and reviews the responsibilities of those workers involved in hot work tasks.
Hours Of Service - SS17034AE (12 Min.)
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Hours of Service Regulations are designed to keep fatigued drivers off the road. This program outlines these regulations and demonstrates how drivers and companies can remain in compliance with these FMCSA regulations.
Housekeeping: Slips, Trips and Falls Prevention - SSCN001 (6 mins)
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Housekeeping/Slips, Trips & Falls A construction site can become a very messy place. But, the longer it stays that way, the more dangerous it becomes. This video outlines the connection between good housekeeping and injury prevention, especially slips, trips & falls. Common trip and fall hazards are shown and the root causes are examined for maximum impact.
Hurricanes Tornadoes & Floods - SS1095IE (16 Min.)
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Natural disasters can cause thousands of dollars in damage, and even worse, they can fatally injure you and your employees. This program can help your employees be prepared, know when to take cover and how to prevent injuries and fatalities. It's not only a great resource for workplace preparations, but it will also provide the knowledge you need to keep your families safe at home as well.
Indoor Heat Illness: Facts & Prevention - SS1099IE (9 Min.)
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Indoor heat and outdoor heat have similar effects on the body, but indoor heat stress is often overlooked. Heat Stress and resulting illness occurs every day in indoor environments. What can you do about it? This video is a great place to start.
Industrial Ergonomics - SS1082IE (9 min.)
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The official definition of Ergonomics is this...to apply engineering controls and scientific principles when designing a work environment that accommodates the employee in relation to the workplace, product, equipment, tools, workspace and organization of the work. The objective of ergonomics is to fit the task to the worker, rather than forcing the worker to adapt to the existing conditions. To put it simply, ergonomics is about making your job more user friendly. This video does exactly that and along the way you’ll learn how to prevent CTDs and other cumulative injuries by recognizing the warning signs before they cause pain and discomfort. The Goal? Fewer injuries and CTD's, improved productivity with less time off the job due to ergonomic injuries, and an overall better quality of life, on and off the job.
Industrial Fire Extinguisher Training & Use SS1054FE (7 Min.)
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Fire in your workplace can be devastating, the possibility of injury or loss of life coupled with the loss of property is frightening and very often preventable. The most common causes of fire in any environment are always the same…faulty electrical equipment, flammable and combustible materials, lack of staff training, lack of resources and equipment in place, and arson. Proper and ongoing housekeeping can make all the difference, as well as a good training program.
Injury and Illness Prevention Program: I2P2 - SS1101IE (15 Min.)
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This program provides employees with important information on how this organized approach to workplace safety can significantly reduce accidents and injuries, and how the workers themselves can play a major role in making the program work. Every day 12 workers die on the job, and more than 10,000 workers suffer serious job-related injuries. But the real tragedy is that most of these incidents could be prevented. Employers and employees can work together to find and fix the hazards in their workplace, before people get sick, injured or even killed. Areas covered in the program include what is I2P2, management responsibilities and employees’ participation, hazard identification, assessment, prevention and control, education and training, program evaluation and improvement and more.
Intersections - SS17035AE (5 Min.)
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Intersections can be one of the most hazardous locations you navigate on the road. There are many factors that can affect your safety approaching and navigating intersections. This video will explain these factors and the steps you can take to avoid accidents.
Jackknifing and Trailer Swing SS17036AE (7 Min.)
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Jackknifing is the simple but too often hazardous result of a chain of events that occur when the driver locks up the drive axle brakes on the tractor. If you lock up the steering axle brakes, the truck will move straight ahead regardless of the wheel angle. If you lock up the trailer axle brakes the law of physics takes over, and you'll experience the trailer swing, a kind of reverse jackknifing where the trailer moves around the tractor, pivoting on the fifth wheel or breaking away from the fifth wheel completely. This video takes a look at what jackknifing can cause and what drivers can do to prevent it.
Job Safety Analysis - SS5033AE (15min.) Update Coming April 2024
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Job Safety Analysis is an important part of a successful safety program. The JSA helps identify hazards in any work process and helps determine ways to minimize risk. This a great program for any Supervisor or Department Head.
Ladder Safety – SS8019AE (10 mins)
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This video deals with the safe way to use stepladders, straight ladders and platform ladders, as well as common hazards associated with improper ladder use. Explains the 4:1 rule when placing straight ladders, the belt buckle rule, 36″ requirement for straight ladders above landings and more. A great program for new or experienced workers.
Ladder Safety – SS8019AE - 5 (5 min.) Concise Version
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This video deals with the safe way to use stepladders, straight ladders and platform ladders, as well as common hazards associated with improper ladder use. Explains the 4:1 rule when placing straight ladders, the belt buckle rule, 36″ requirement for straight ladders above landings and more. A great program for new or experienced workers.
Lawn Mower Safety - SS3052AE (10 Min.)
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This program will help teach your employees how to operate commercial lawn mowers safely. Topics include the importance of reading the operator's manual for the lawnmower being used, how to use the mower's emergency stop, the importance of not tampering with the blade guard, and how to properly use the commercial lawnmower with people or pets around. Further, the training teaches employees how to inspect the mower before use, how to survey the area to be mowed to look for debris, and the importance of shutting off the mower if a person enters the mowing area.
Lockout Tagout Procedures SS1036AE-5 Concise Version
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It is estimated that over 100 workers are seriously injured every day due to failure to properly lockout-tagout equipment. This program covers the purpose of lockout-tagout, the hazards associated with the accidental release of stored energy, proper lockout-tagout procedures for attaining zero energy state, proper startup procedures and special situations. Referred by many professionals as the best training program in the market, Lockout-Tagout creates an awareness and respect for the hazards and motivates your workers to follow best practices to prevent incidents and ensure their safety.
Lockout/Tagout - SS5030AE (10 min.)
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Lockout/Tagout procedures may be necessary for many pieces of equipment in your facility during maintenance or repair. This program is a great tool for training “affected” and “authorized” employees in lockout/tagout procedures. This includes workers in kitchens, laundry rooms, and maintenance. A lack of knowledge pertaining to proper lockout/tagout procedures can have tragic results.
Lockout/Tagout – SS1036AE (14 mins)
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It is estimated that over 100 workers are seriously injured every day due to failure to properly lockout-tagout equipment. This program covers the purpose of lockout-tagout, the hazards associated with the accidental release of stored energy, proper lockout-tagout procedures for attaining zero energy state, proper startup procedures and special situations. Referred by many professionals as the best training program in the market, Lockout-Tagout creates an awareness and respect for the hazards and motivates your workers to follow best practices to prevent incidents and ensure their safety.
Lockout/Tagout: The Basics – SS1037AE (9 mins)
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It is estimated that over 100 workers are seriously injured every day Lockout/Tagout procedures may be necessary for many pieces of equipment in your facility during maintenance or repair. This program is a great tool for training “affected” and “authorized” employees in lockout/tagout procedures. This includes workers in kitchens, laundry rooms, and maintenance. A lack of knowledge pertaining to proper lockout/tagout procedures can have tragic results.
Machine Guarding & Conveyor Safety – SS1003HE (12 min.)
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Emphasizes that machine guarding is not foolproof and requires employee responsibility when working with machinery. The last segment of the program addresses safety concerns regarding employees who work with or near conveyor systems.
Machine Guarding: The Real Story - SS1027HE (13 min.)
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We will follow the personal stories of three workers who have been affected or injured at work by breeches in machine guard safety procedures. Through each worker’s personal stories, viewers will see the possible far-reaching impact of overlooking safety procedure for even a moment. Emphasis is placed on the importance of following safe general machine guarding procedures, proper guard inspection before use, and practicing awareness while using machines.
Machinery & Tool Safety - SS1028HE (12 mins.) English
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Machine safety requires a combination of proper training, safeguards, good judgment and concentration. Machines have hazards that cannot be completely eliminated. Even simple machines can pinch, cut or crush. To avoid injury, follow procedures and be on your guard. Allowing yourself to become distracted, even for a second, can have serious consequences for you or the people you work with. This video teaches you how to recognize hazards and reduce your risk around machinery and tools.
Medical Marijuana in the Workplace SS2401AE (6 Min.)
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Marijuana, was legalized in 2019 for medical use in 34 states, along with the District of Columbia. In addition to this, 10 states plus the District of Columbia have legalized recreational marijuana use as well. Some employers are beginning to relax their testing requirements in fear of not properly handling a failed drug test or being accused of discriminating against a medical marijuana user. There are many employers continuing their zero-tolerance policy in fear of the increased marijuana use that would be brought about by marijuana decriminalization. This video is aimed at helping you gains some insight on how you should navigate these new laws through your company policy.
OSHA's Top 10 Violations - SS1045AE (27 mins.)
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This video serves as a guide to help you understand the ten most common OSHA violations and what your company and employees can do to help minimize the risk of an OSHA citation. Topics include: Fall Protection Hazard Communications Scaffolding Respiratory Protection Powered Industrial Trucks Lockout Tagout Ladders Electrical, Wiring Methods Electrical General Requirements Machine Guarding
Office Ergonomics: Adjusting Your Workstation - SS1057IE (14 min.)
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This unique approach to Ergonomics training, begins by asking each viewer to select what area of their body, if any, is experiencing pain or discomfort. They are shown common postures that can cause or contribute to the conditions. The viewer is then lead through a comprehensive and specific method of adjusting a workstation to maximize neutral postures and minimize pain, discomfort and strain. This program also points out the multitude of other factors outside of the workplace that can contribute to musculo-skeletal disorders. This encourages viewers to take steps to adopt neutral postures in all of their activities.
Order Picker Safety SS1042GE (8 Min.)
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Order Pickers also known as order selectors, stock pickers, allow us to move materials, supplies and merchandise to and from storage areas more efficiently than ever before. Like all other powered industrial trucks, they can be extremely hazardous if safe work practices are not followed. Operators of order selectors have a responsibility to operate them in a safe manner at all times. This program examines some common hazards posed by the operation of order selectors and how to control these hazards through safe operating practices. Topics include order selector stability characteristics, pre-operational inspection, lifting and stacking materials properly, fall prevention, safe traveling techniques, preventing injuries to pedestrians and properly parking the vehicle.
PPE - It's Your Choice - SS5046AE (8 mins)
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This titles addresses the most important part of Personal Protection Equipment: The responsibility of the individual to wear the equipment when it’s required. All the procedures and equipment in the world are useless is employees do not understand this one simple fact.
PPE Basic Training SS1028BE-5 Concise Version
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PPE:Basic Training is just that, the Basics. Viewers will learn the basic purposes of each type of PPE and what hazards the PPE protects them against. Personal Responsibility to wear the PPE is stressed as is wearing the proper PPE for the proper task. Topics include: Footwear, Gloves, Eye Protection, Head Protection, Respirators and more. A great way to train new employees or open a discussion with experienced workers.
PPE: Basic Training - SS1028BE (12 mins)
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PPE:Basic Training is just that, the Basics. Viewers will learn the basic purposes of each type of PPE and what hazards the PPE protects them against. Personal Responsibility to wear the PPE is stressed as is wearing the proper PPE for the proper task. Topics include: Footwear, Gloves, Eye Protection, Head Protection, Respirators and more. A great way to train new employees or open a discussion with experienced workers.
PPE: It's Your Call – SS1021BE (12 min.) UPDATED
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This video addresses the most important part of Personal Protective Equipment: The responsibility of the individual to wear the equipment when it’s required. All the procedures and equipment in the world are useless if employees do not understand this one simple fact.
Personal Protective Equipment - SS1020DE ( 7 min.)
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Personal protective equipment (PPE) is often overlooked. Failure to utilize PPE can have disastrous results. This video emphasizes the importance of personal protection in a multi-unit complex environment.
Personnel Baskets & Aerial Lifts - SS1039GE (17 Min.)
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Falls are one of the leading causes of fatalities of construction workers. Working at height is inherently dangerous. The video provides the safety basics regarding work in aerial lifts and manbaskets. Topics include: Equipment Inspection, Worksite Inspections, Pre-work meetings, Proper equipment setup, Controls, Fall protection and more.
Pesticide Container Labels - SS16033AE (6 Min.)
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In the Agricultural industry, working with and around Pesticides is a fact of life for the employees. Safety with Pesticides is a serious concern, because while they provide real benefits to our farmers, they can be very dangerous if mishandled or misused. This video will help you recognize hazards associated with pesticides.
Pesticide Safety: The Basics - SS16031AE (5 mins)
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Employee Training is extremely important when it comes to using pesticides. Workers are protected under the Worker Protection Standard and the Hazard Communication Standard regarding hazardous substances in the workplace. Any agricultural worker must be trained in Basic Pesticide Safety rules before entering a pesticide treated area.
Pesticides Safety Training - SS16030AE (6 mins)
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Pesticides: Safety Training - Both the Worker Protection Standard and the Hazard Communication Standard mandate training for all Agricultural employees that come in contact with Pesticides. This training is required for Handlers, Early Entry Workers, and all other agriculture workers before they acquire five separate days of entry into pesticide treated areas after the REI expires
Pre Trip Inspection: The Circle of Safety - SS1084IE (15 mins)
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Demonstrates for professional drivers the key components of a systematic, comprehensive and easy to-remember pre-trip inspection.
Preventing Slips & Falls in Hospitality - SS5025AE (10 min.)
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Slips & falls can happen to almost anyone on your property: Guests, Bell Staff, Front Desk Staff, Housekeeping, Maintenance, Management and others. These unfortunate events can also happen almost anywhere on your property, Parking Lots, The Lobby, Stairs, The Kitchen, Bathrooms and Conference Facilities. This video takes a look at several different scenarios and examines what circumstances or conditions contributed to each incident, employee behavior that contributed to each incident and what steps can be taken to prevent future similar occurrences.
Preventing Slips, Trips & Falls SS2222AE (14 Mins.)
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Slips, Trips and Falls are a common incidents in the workplace. But, they are preventable. This video examines why slips trips and falls happen and discusses what can be done to prevent them.
Professional Truck Driving - SS17032AE (6 mins)
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Professional truck drivers encounter a wide variety of potential hazards every day. This video explains how to safely navigate these hazards. This video explains some common driving tips as well as hazards the apply specifically to truck driving.
Propane Safety - Fueling your Forklift - SS1032GE (7 Min.)
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This program focuses on the key fundamentals to safely handle propane tanks in relation with forklifts. From safe storage to switching out tanks, this program is a great f0r anyone that will be working with propane tanks and forklifts.
Proper Hand Washing Techniques SS2203AE (4 Min.)
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Hand washing is one of the best ways to protect yourself and your family from getting sick. But, if you are not doing it properly, then you are not effectively preventing yourself from getting sick. This video shows WHEN to wash your hands and HOW to wash your hands. Quick and to the point.
Reach Truck Safety – SS1027GE (13 min.)
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Reach trucks, also known as narrow aisle trucks, are designed to operate in warehouses with narrow aisles. These trucks have some things in common with standard sit down forklifts, but also have some unique features that need to be taken into account in order to operate safely. This program covers: Pre-shift inspections Load capacities Basic safe operating procedures Turning and lifting And engineering principles
Reasonable Suspicion Training SS9202AE (25 Min.)
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Did you know that 60% of people who report difficulties with addictive substances are employed full-time? This means that up to 20 million U.S. employees are using substances in a way that likely impacts their work or workplace. But, when do you drug test? Good question. It’s important for you to know your rights. It’s important for you to know the law. If you know both, you are better equipped to make sound decisions. This video will help you to understand both.
Reasonable Suspicion Training SS9202AS (25 Min.) - Spanish
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Did you know that 60% of people who report difficulties with addictive substances are employed full-time? This means that up to 20 million U.S. employees are using substances in a way that likely impacts their work or workplace. But, when do you drug test? Good question. It’s important for you to know your rights. It’s important for you to know the law. If you know both, you are better equipped to make sound decisions. This video will help you to understand both.
Respiratory Protection: The Facts - SS1030BE (17 mins)
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Sometimes it is difficult to respect a hazard you can’t see or one that may take years to affect you. Respirators can provide protection, but only if they are worn and used properly. Respiratory Protection creates an awareness and respect for the hazards by demonstrating with highly effective graphics how the respiratory system works and the effects of different airborne hazards. The program covers proper use, care and maintenance of air-purifying respirators and the importance of proper selection and fit. Respiratory Protection will educate and motivate your worker on when and how to properly use their air-purifying respirator.
Road Rage and Aggressive Driving - SS1076IE (12 mins.)
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Road Rage & Aggressive Driving - In any discussion of Drivers Safety, one of the most dangerous hazards is the Human Factor...the unpredictability of all the drivers on the road...and the way that emotion can influence the way we drive. Road Rage is responsible for over half of the fatal crashes on our roadways each year.
Safe Backing Of Tractor Trailers - SS17031AE (5 mins)
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One of the most challenging situations a truck driver faces is backing, and it's an action that is performed every day in a variety of situations. This video is a great way to help train new drivers or give refresher training to experienced drivers.
Scissor Lifts Safety - SSC0021E (8 Min.)
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Accessing high places can be difficult in many work environments. To reach these areas, many workers use scissor lifts. Nearly everyone has seen a scissor lift. They're common on construction sites, both inside and out, and are often found in warehouses and other large buildings as well. Topics covered in the program include: The types of scissor lifts and the training needed to operate them. The hazards associated with using scissor lifts. "Pre-start" and "worksite" inspections. Setting up, operating and moving a scissor lift. Working on the ground near a scissor lift. and more.
Securing Loads Safely – SS17011AE (11 min.)
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This program helps employees comply with DOT regulations relating to securing loads on tractor trailers. Topics include: different types of trucks and associated loading requirements, load securement procedures, number of straps needed for different loads, working load limits and other related safety information. Great training to ensure you and your vehicles are not cited or placed out of service due to non-compliance issues.
Shipping Hazardous Materials - SS1049FE (12 min.)
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Shipping of hazardous materials is a big responsibility. There have been many disasters and lives lost due to improper shipping of hazardous materials. The goal of this program is awareness of hazardous materials and the proper shipping procedures.
Shop Safety - SS1083IE (8 mins)
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The shop. It’s a busy place with a variety of functions, tools, personnel, and responsibilities. Perhaps the most important responsibility is safety…your safety and the safety of those working around you. This video focuses on some of the common hazards to all shops: Fire Prevention Electrical Safety Compressed Gas Respiratory Hazards. Safe Lifting Chemicals. Slips and Falls and Injury Reporting
Slips Trips & Falls SS1064IE-5 Concise Version
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When most people think of workplace injuries they visualize high-risk activities. Slips, trips and falls are the second-leading cause of workplace injuries and fatalities. Over 50% of them occur at ground level. Slips, trips, and falls are 100% preventable.
Slips, Trips and Falls – SS1064IE (12 min.)
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When most people think of workplace injuries they visualize high-risk activities. Slips, trips and falls are the second-leading cause of workplace injuries and fatalities. Over 50% of them occur at ground level. Slips, trips, and falls are 100% preventable. This new, engaging and fast-paced program will motivate your employees to recognize and respect the common causes of slips, trips and falls, and teach them procedures and techniques to prevent them from occurring and causing injury. This program will have a positive impact at your work site.
Snowplow Safety - SS1006JE (11 min)
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This program discusses how the safely operate Snowplows so operators can safely complete their tasks. Although they seem easy to use, they can be very dangerous when used by untrained drivers. Topics include: Pre operational inspection Obeying local, state, and federal laws Marking and flagging
Terminal Tractor Safety SS17038AE (8 Min.)
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The Terminal Tractor (also known as a shunt truck, spotter truck, spotting tractor, yard truck, yard shifter, yard dog, yard goat, yard horse, yard bird, yard jockey, hostler, or mule) is a semi-tractor intended to move semi trailers within a cargo yard, warehouse facility, or intermodal facility, much like a switcher locomotive is used to position railcars. Operators are required to inspect equipment, communicating with dispatch, log all trailer moves, completing manifests and paperwork, and above all, focus on safety at all times. That's just what this video is all about.
Texting And Driving: The Facts – SS1072IE (11 min.)
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Texting and driving is the new “drunk driving” of the technological world we live in. This video covers the three basic ways texting and driving distracts drivers and presents testimonials from a few drivers who have had personal experiences with texting and driving. Texting and driving not only effects you, it also effects those around you!
The Safety Supervisor: Orientation and Overview - SS2051AE (14 mins)
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The Safety Supervisor: Orientation and Overview will go over the topics Supervisors will need to know to do their job. In any organization or company, maintaining a safe workplace is an everyday commitment, and while everyone plays a role in that effort, no-one is more involved and more responsible than the Safety Supervisor. From orienting new hires to generating accident reports to checking protective equipment, the Safety Supervisor has to be available, aware, accountable and ready to take action at all times.
Tractor Hand Signals - SS16029AE (4 mins)
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Hand signals to effectively communicate with tractor operators.
Tractor Safety SS16028AE (13 Min)
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This video outlines all the basic skills to safely operate a tractor.
Utility Cart Safety - SS1043IE (10 min.)
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Focuses on operating safety, maintenance of electric batteries, safe driving techniques and basic safety requirements. Allowing operators to drive these vehicles without proper training increases a company’s liability in the event anyone is injured as a result.
Warehouse Safety: The Basics - SS1099AE (11 Min.)
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Warehouses play a critical role in our economy. They tend to be fast-paced and busy environments which can give rise to many different types of hazards. As a result, more employee fatalities occur in warehouses than in most other workplaces, and thousands of injuries occur there every year. This training program makes sure employees are informed about warehouse hazards and how to avoid them.
Welding Safety: The Basics SS1103AE (10 Min.)
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Welders help build our world. It’s a job vital to the construction of our future. It requires training, skill and a commitment to safety. Yes, safety. Because there are many facets of welding that are potentially hazardous. But, that doesn’t mean you have to get injured. Quite the opposite. There are safety policies and procedures that, if followed, will help minimize your risk of an injury to you, or those around you during welding operations.
What Is Risk? SS1104IE (7 Min.)
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This video defines what risk is and teaches viewers to recognize risk, both in their personal lives and at work. Viewers are shown their personal responsibility as it relates to reducing risk.
Winter Driving in Extreme Weather Conditions SS1088I (10 Min.)
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This video will help you understand some of the hazards associated with winter driving. Some of the topics include safe speeds, hydroplaning, braking and pre-trip inspection. Winter Driving Safety SS1088I (10 Min.)
Winter Walking - Safe Walking In Hazardous Conditions - SS1077IE (8 Min.)
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Walking, seems easy enough right? It is. But, in certain conditions, such as snow or ice, extra precautions must be taken. This video outlines not only the importance of proper footwear, but many different scenarios that workers and pedestrians face in winter conditions Black Ice, packed snow, slush they all have different characteristics and this video will demonstrate how to walk safely in each of them. Getting in and out of vehicles safely and going up and down wet or slippery stairs are also addressed.
Working Safely Around Rail Cars – SS16027AE (9 min.)
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A train is a powerful machine that needs to be respected. Working around trains requires constant vigilance and attention to safety. This program is a great way to raise awareness and explain potential rail yard hazards to employees working in this environment, whether working atop trains, near tracks or any where near a train in your facility. One small mistake near a train can have grave consequences. This program is a great tool to help minimize this risk.
Working Safely In Cold Weather - SS1071IE (16 min)
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Working safely in cold weather requires more than just the right clothing. This presentation provides viewers with detailed information on how to safely work in cold weather conditions. It will explain how the systems of the body work in cold conditions, how to spot frostbite and other cold-related illness, as well as how to properly dress and work in the cold months. Prevention is emphasized as viewers are shown signs of distress to look for in themselves and co-workers and how to safely handle such situations.
Workplace Safety: Your Story Matters SS1114AE (6 Min.)
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Viewers will witness examples of three common scenarios of workers not speaking up about safety. The storylines feature a failure to follow lockout/tagout, an employee neglecting to wear PPE and a worker choosing not to wear fall protection as the primary causes of incidents that result in fatalities; however, your employees will learn that the root cause of each was a reluctance to speak up. They will be convinced that speaking up about unsafe acts is critical in the prevention of workplace injuries. Some of the other safety concerns addressed in the program include supervisors, rushing, habits, shift work and intimidation.
Workplace Violence: Facts & Prevention - SS1081IE (13 Min.)
Description
The potential for workplace violence has become a stark reality in our world today. While the odds of a serious incident happening on your property may be slim, the importance for effective preparedness remains vital. This program helps you achieve a level of preparedness and allows viewers to develop a sense of confidence if faced with a potentially violent situation in the workplace. How to recognize signs of potential problems and what to do if the potential becomes reality are discussed in depth.