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Distraction, falling out of routine, reporting for work exhausted, forgetting about common hazards, not being aware of workplace changes, frustration, poof job planning and organization, depression and mood swings are all common contributors to workplace incidents after spending time away from work. This program explains and illustrates each of these issues through a series of examples, testimonials and incident reenactments. Viewers will learn many valuable safety issues about the pitfalls workers experience when they return from vacation, extended illness or other absence.
DVD – Aurora Pictures – 10 minutes
This video offers practical safety information that can help drivers eliminate backing collisions. It features tips to avoid backing, specific steps for a safe back, procedures for backing with a helper and procedures for backing with a trailer
Publisher: DVD – Coaching Systems LLC
Complies with annual training requirements and teaches all employees common sense guidelines to protect themselves from the serious threat of bloodborne disease in the workplace. Includes: Risk of exposure, HIV, Hepatitis B and C, Transmission of blood diseases, minimizing risk, housekeeping and proper waste disposal.
DVD – Publisher: Coastal
Hazards that lurk in your workplace are so small, hundreds of thousands could gather on the head of a pin. They’re called bloodborne pathogens, or BBPs – microorganisms in your blood that can cause diseases like hepatitis B, hepatitis C and human immunodeficiency virus or HIV. Anyone can get infected and you can’t tell for sure who’s carrying a bloodborne pathogen. People can carry these viruses for years while looking and feeling quite healthy. But they’re still contagious and could infect you or a co-worker. This video will explain how you can keep that from happening.
Most of us who drive any automobile on a regular basis are confident in our ability to manage a wide variety of vehicles. Except for the question of automatic transmission versus manual, we believe that “one car is pretty much like any other car.”
If you ever had to drive a car which is strange to you – a rental car, company car, or even a friend’s car – you may have discovered that all cars are not the same.
The basics of operation tend to be the same: The accelerator, brake and steering wheel. Many important details vary from vehicle to vehicle: Know the details to keep you and your passengers safe.
DVD – Costal
In this Management Edition of Blink, follow Fortune 100 back injury prevention speaker Michael Melnik as he shows you how you can train your employees on how to prepare for lifting, material handling, and back safety by doing some quick and easy stretches, called BLINKS! These techniques have helped many organizations drive down injuries and expensive workplace claims.
Aurora Pictures – 8 Minutes
Bloodborne pathogens are dangerous micro-organisms that can cause disease in humans. These micro-organisms are carried in the blood stream and other bodily fluids. This video provides general awareness training for all employees on the dangers of bloodborne pathogens, how to protect yourself from them and ways to minimize the risk of transmission.
DVD – Aurora Pictures – 11:00 minutes
While not transmitted through casual contact, bloodborne pathogens present a risk in just about any workplace. This video explains how bloodborne diseases are spread, how to minimize the risk of exposure and emergency procedures to take if an unfortunate exposure incident were to occur.
DVD – Aurora Pictures – 17 minutes
Let this program help you meet the annual training requirements for any employee who can be reasonably expected to be exposed to blood or bodily fluids on the job and use it to prepare all employees to deal safely with this type of exposure. This will give viewers a complete picture of the risks of exposure, the kinds of diseases potentially present in blood and bodily fluids and the best practices to implement in order to stay safe in the event of exposure.
DVD – Coastal Videos – 14:00 Minutes
Provide your law enforcement personnel with the facts on bloodborne pathogens they need to stay safe on the job and meet annual training requirements with this high-impact training program. Be sure they understand how to avoid contact with bloodborne pathogens, what to do if exposed and the role the Designated Officer plays when exposure occurs.
Jeff Bell received the phone call that every parent fears. His son, Brian, a young man full of potential and promise, had been killed on the job. In this powerful presentation, Jeff Bell introduces his son Brian and take the audience step by step through the vents leading to his death and takes every opportunity to explain what is required to prevent such tragedies.
20:00 Minutes DVD – American Training Resources
Hazards associated with Bucket Trucks: Daily Safety Inspections, Worksite Inspections, Fall Hazards, Tip Overs, Collisions and Electrical Hazards.
Bucket trucks are great tools used in a broad range of industries for a variety of uses. They allow workers to reach places they could not normally reach and do jobs they could not normally do alone. But there are dangers workers may face, and that’s what this program is all about – the hazards associated with bucket trucks and steps that can be taken to help minimize risk and keep your employees, and those working around them, safe.
DVD 13:00 Minutes Aurora Pictures
Bucket trucks make jobs at high elevations easier, but if they’re not operated safely major accidents can occur. Bucket Truck Safety is a vital program that will keep your bucket truck users safe.
Publisher: Coastal DVD
Fear, anger, frustration, humiliation, helpfulness…these feelings shouldn’t be part of anyone’s job description. But they can be common in workplaces where bullying and other disruptive behaviors are a problem. More than 35% of the employees in the US say that they have worked with a bully. Bullying and other disruptive behaviors can harm workers and damage the business as well. This training program provides the information employees need to understand this type of behavior and know how to shut it down when it happens.
DVD – The Training Network – 17:00 minutes
Fear, anger, frustration, humiliation, helplessness… these feelings shouldn’t be part of anyone’s job description. But they can be common in workplaces where bullying and other disruptive behavior is a problem. Your customers know that this type of behavior interferes with the functioning of a workplace, disturbs and threatens employees and can even affect their health… and that it can also damage a company’s business and reputation. Employees and managers both need to understand bullying and disruptive behavior, and know what to do to prevent it or shut it down. Bullying and Other Disruptive Behavior: for Employees discusses how to recognize bullies and disruptive people, explains the impact their behavior can have and outlines the steps employees can take to help address these problems.
Aurora Pictures – 17 Minutes