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Our workplace is full of hazards, hazard that can hurt us or kill us. Controlling these hazards and preventing injuries is the point of a company’s safety and health program. Workplace falls are a leading cause of injury and even a small fall can have very serious consequences. Identifying and correcting fall hazards combined with paying close attention to our paths of travel can prevent these injuries and save lives.
DVD – 11 minutes – The Training Network
Our workplace is full of hazards, hazards that can hurt us or kill us. Controlling these hazards and preventing injuries is the point of a Company’s safety and health program. One such hazard is the risk of work materials, equipment and other objects catching on fire. Using a fir extinguisher properly to put out a fire can prevent injuries and save lives. That is the point of training your employees in the proper use of fire extinguishers. So pay close attention as we “get to the point” about the proper use of fire extinguishers.
DVD 11 minutes – The Training Network
Our workplace is full of hazards. One such hazard is the conditions that exist inside confined spaces such as manholes, tanks, vessels, pits and similar areas. Controlling access to confined spaces and the hazards they contain can prevent injuries and safe lives. Topics covered include confined space entry permit, atmospheric hazards, atmospheric testing and monitoring and the duties of the entry supervisor, the attendant and the entrants.
Publisher: DVD – Training Network
Addresses correct loading, i.e. – down, transport and unloading of different types of heavy equipment on all types of trailers including tag-along, detachable goose necks, beaver tail and fixed neck lowboys.
Trenching and excavation work – it’s the starting point of most construction projects. Before you dig, there’s a lot you need to know, because the risks, just like the weight of the soil, are too great to take a chance. This type of work is dangerous, with more than 100 workers killed in trench accidents each year. So if you work in a trench or excavation, no matter what your job, you need to know the safety requirements and that’s the purpose of this program. Construction Safety Professional Bob Synnett returns to discuss the safety rules for trenching operations and when they apply as well as to share the lessons learned from the story of Scott May, a young worker who was killed in a tragic excavation accident.
As hot conditions intensify this summer and we continue to perform our regular job duties, the potential for heat-related illnesses rises dramatically. Collectively known as heat stress, these illnesses are serious and can even cause death in some cases. Your employees must be vigilant in their efforts to prevent them. This safety video discusses how hot conditions affect the human body, the symptoms of heat-related ailments and what to do if we start to experience them, how to treat victims of heat stress and most importantly, the precautions that must be taken to avoid problems when working in hot environments.
Delivering on the nation’s promise: Safety and health at work for all people through research and prevention.
Whether it’s bullying or harassment or actual physical violence, workplace violence is something that must be taken seriously. The first step in preventing workplace violence is recognizing the potential for violent behavior in an individual before it escalates to a violent action. This program helps us understand what signs to notice in a potentially violent person. And what actions we should take if and when we feel the threat of violent behavior.
DVD Aurora Pictures 8:00 minutes
Productivity is the name of the game these days, and most organizations can’t afford to let that productivity get slowed by the problems that can easily develop in today’s multicultural workforce. Under pressure to get the job done better, cheaper and faster, it can be difficult for your employees to keep up. The challenge of getting along in a diverse work environment, with people of different backgrounds and cultures, can be the source of added anxiety – and the result can be a real pressure cooker. This diversity training video helps relieve the pressure. Fostering an atmosphere of acceptance and understanding, the video will help you create a workplace that is accepting and respectful of the differences seen in others, while encouraging your employees to see the unique values in each of their coworkers.
Kantola – 14 Minutes
“What Would You Say?” features three potentially hazardous workplace incidents in which works confront each other about the hazards. In each incident, examples of poor communication are demonstrated. Then examples of effective and positive communication techniques are demonstrated. Techniques that we can all use on the job and off. “What Would You Say?” focuses on easy-to-use communication techniques including: Be positive and show that you are concerned about their safety.
This safety video holds the viewer’s attention while providing the essential training and information needed to work safely with chemicals. The video presents a thorough and entertaining presentation of the Hazard Communication Standard and GHS (Globally Harmonized System of Classification and Labeling of Chemicals). Interesting examples and demonstrations help the viewers understand the importance of information available to them on Labels, Pictograms, Safety Data Sheets and their company’s Written Hazard Communication Plan. Correct and incorrect chemical safety procedures are re-enacted in a wide variety of work settings. Customize your training with the ability to play the entire video or only the Label segment or SDS segment.
19:00 minute DVD – Aurora Pictures
A customer once said that “customer service just isn’t what it used to be”. Prove them wrong with this amazing customer service program. It will help you and your staff beef up your service e system with four simple yet critical cornerstones of excellent customer service. Gain an advantage over your competitors by showing your customer that you do care.
Who Cares? We do and so do you!
DVD 21 minutes – Coastal
16:00 Minutes – DVD – Aurora Pictures
Unlike many workplace and recreational hazards, winter hazards cannot be avoided. Each year winter comes, and people who work or play outdoors are exposed to the two most common hazards of the season: Hypothermia and frostbite. This DVD will help you avoid losing fingers and toes to frostbite or risking your life to hypothermia. It will also prepare you to help any victims of these conditions.
10:00 Minutes – DVD – Aurora Pictures
15:00 Minutes – DVD – Aurora Pictures