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A lot of times workers can be passive about training – something they have to receive. Thus, most of the time they just want it to be over with. But if you can make it feel like it’s something they have ownership of, it can take on a new light for them. Plus, proper training helps maximize productivity and improve overall performance. Help supervisors conduct a successful training session with these four critical steps: 1) Preparation 2) Presentation 3) Performance Trial 4) Follow Through
DVD – 12 Minutes – DuPont Productions
DVD – 20:00 minutes – American Training Resources
Topics include selecting an anchor point, inspecting the harness and lanyard, proper calculations of fall distance, specialized connection devices and the pros and cons of lanyards vs. retractable lifelines.
DVD 20:00 Minutes Aurora Pictures GS10700
In this program, workers learn the very real hazards associated with rushing and being in a hurry. Through various examples, viewers will learn to recognize the symptoms of becoming rushed; why “hurried working” is so dangerous and what steps they can take to stay safe.
DVD 16 Minutes – American Training Resources
In our busy lives, we are often faced with time-management choices. When given the change, we must always choose safety over time savings, because rushing causes us to lose focus, skip steps, and make bad decisions. In fact, the time we spend staying safe is time well spent. In this program, workers learn the very real hazards associated with rushing and being in a hurry. Through various examples, viewers will learn to recognize the symptoms of being rushed, why “hurried working” is so dangerous and what what steps they can take to stay safe. The program also makes the point that being in a hurry is not the real cause of incidents and injuries, but rather a symptom of poor planning, poor choices and poor time-management…all of which can be prevented in proper preparation an organization.
DVD 10:00 Minutes Aurora Pictures
You’ve heard it all before…bend your knees and keep your back straight! If it were really that simple we’d all be lifting this way and back injuries would be a thing of the past. The fact is that there is no single correct way to lift. here are, however, better, less demanding and safe ways to lift and that’s what this DVD is all about.
In this program, occupational therapist Michael Melnick introduces the viewer to 3 simple and memorable principles: Keep it close and Keep the Curves; Build a Bridge and Feet First. Utilizing these principles anyone can take a demanding lift and make it better, safer and less demanding on the back.
DVD 16:00 Minutes Aurora Pictures
Use this drug-free workplace video to raise awareness of the harm that can be caused to themselves and others when employees abuse alcohol or drugs at work. This release features believable scenes in construction, manufacturing, hospitality, food service, and business. It raises your employees’ awareness of this widespread problem, shows the harm that can de done to themselves and others and encourages them to get help if they or a coworker is affected by drug or alcohol abuse.
DVD – 14 Minutes – Kantola Productions
Whether it’s your first day as a supervisor or you’re a seasoned veteran, this training program will make you even better at your job. You’ll learn to develop the critical skills you need to be a truly effective leader – communicate with clarity, make effective and timely decisions, recruit, train, motivate and retain a successful workforce! Even the busiest managers can apply the training techniques found in this new program.
DVD 37:00 Minutes Aurora Pictures SO 3600
Whether this is your first day as a supervisor or you’ve been on the job for years, The New Supervisor Skills fo Success will help you develop and improve your skills and make being a supervisor productive and enjoyable.
The Newcomers follows the actions of five new employees as they go through their busy days. Keep score as you witness several mistakes and see the impact of those mistakes. This riveting training has a sobering twist at the end.
“As an employee, I feel good about my company and do a better job if they give me a fair say in my own safety…”, says an employee whom was interviewed during this program. Use this to illustrate how to make safety committees work in your facility by get your employees involved in staying safe on the job.
Coastal – 14 Minutes
This video helps supervisors see the role they play in creating a harassment- and discrimination-free workplace, reminds supervisors of the opportunities they have to build people up (not tear them down), and encourages supervisors to embrace inclusion and team collaboration, thereby improving bottom-line results.
Publisher: DVD – CRM Learning
Employees equate respect with actions on the part of the supervisor that say, “You are a valued member of this team. How can I help you be successful?” Yet in a recent study, more than half the employees polled did NOT think their bosses showed this type of respect. This video improves employee motivation and retention by teaching supervisors five behaviors that convey the respect workers seek.
Publisher: DVD – CRM Learning
Exposure to hazardous chemicals in the form of dusts, fumes, mists and gases may cause lung damage, cancer and other serious ailments to vital organs and the central nervous system. To protect you from these adverse health effects, your company has established a written respiratory protection program in accordance with OSHA’s Respiratory Protection Standard. This program outlines the measures taken by your employer to ensure the health and safety of of your respiratory system. This video shows employees how this plan works to protect them from respiratory hazards.
This 21-minute video uses seven scenarios to show accidents and injuries resulting from very routine situations. These scenarios include inattention while driving, poor housekeeping practices, a back injury to a parks worker due to lifting, a police officer training injury, an injury while dismounting heavy equipment, slipping on a wet pool surface, and a work zone accident. Each scene is revisited by the injured person to reflect what could have been done differently to prevent the accident or injury and avoid potentially life changing effects. This video depicts common employee excuses for unsafe behaviors.
21:00 Minutes DVD CIRSA
In this live presentation, paramedic Martin Lesperance uses his on-the-job experiences to show that taking a moment to think and act can have a huge impact on our lives and the lives of our families.