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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 Managers and Supervisors focuses on tools and techniques that can be used to raise awareness of the problem in a department, investigate reports of disruptive behavior, and intervene as necessary.
Aurora Pictures – 22 Minutes
The words “bullying” and “disruptive behavior” often make us think of how children sometimes act. But “grown-ups” who bully and engage in other forms of disruptive behavior on the job can interfere with the functioning of the workplace, disturb and threaten co-workers and even affect their health. This training program provides the information managers and supervisors need to help prevent this type of behavior in their department and deal with it when it does happen.
DVD – The Training Network – 23:00 minutes
In customer service, respectful treatment and meeting the needs of each client has always been stressful. But more and more organizations are learning that this emphasis must include internal customers as well. If your employees respect internal customers, they will carry over this attitude when they deal with your external clients. Know your internal employees and have your staff master the vital techniques to serve them efficiently. By asking questions, listening and keeping their word, your workers can cultivate a positive and more productive working environment.
Coastal – 19 Minutes
Working in trenches can be dangerous. When excavation sites are unsafe, workers risk injury or death. Protect yourself by learning more about trench soil, trench protective system, atmospheric hazards and safety practices for excavation work.
Our cell phones are powerful tools that allow us to have instant access to information and communication. When used appropriately, these devices can make our lives easier and more enjoyable, but when used at the wrong time and in the wrong manner, these same devices can get us in trouble at work and cause serious injury. This program discusses how sending and receiving text messages can cause us to lose focus on doing our jobs safely and efficiently as well as the importance of always following your company’s policy regarding cell phone use. Also featured are workplace scenarios that illustrate the tragic consequences of ignoring these policies in order to test when in an unsafe or prohibited area.
DVD 8:00 Minutes Aurora Pictures
STIHL DVD Chain Saw Safety, Maintenance & Operation
Chainsaw accidents can be devastating and drastically affect your quality of life. In this program, we explain how chain saw accidents can occur and what the consequences of the injuries are to employees. Who are involved in chain saw accidents, this video hammers home the seriousness of what can happen when using the chain saw and the importance of following safety procedures at all times during chain saw use. By demonstrating the many ways a chain saw accident can occur your employees will walk away training in how to prevent them.
DVD 12:00 Minutes The Training Network
Distracted Driving is shattering people’s lives. Why? Poor Choices. Will your employees choose to obey traffic laws and operate their vehicles safely? Or, will they 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 safety class.
Topics included: Phone Conversations; Texting; Pedestrians; Inclement Weather; Drowsy Driving. As well as: Speed Limits; Following Distances, Intersections, Aggressive Driving, Anticipated Hazards and Backing and Parking.
DVD – Aurora Pictures – 23 minutes
This year, approximately 3, people will die in vehicle collisions. That’s 1 today. That’s 1 tomorrow and the next day. Every Day. Distracted Driving is shattering people’s lives. Families are torn apart. Why? Poor choices. We mention choices because that’s really what it comes down, 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 safety video. Topics include: Phone Conversations Texting Pedestrians Inclement Weather 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
Aurora Pictures – 25 Minutes
Compressed air is second only to electricity as the most popular source of energy in today’s advanced work environments. It powers a wide variety of tools and equipment as well as large machines and process lines. Just like electricity however compressed air can be deadly if not treated with respect and used properly.
Publisher: American Training Resources
Consider some ways we use compressed gas: Portable breathing systems, Acetylene torches on construction sites, Fuel systems for industrial trucks and aboard nuclear submarines, Ethylene oxide sterilizing system, Manufacturing and processing plants.. For safety, clear labeling is required by the US Department of Transportation (DOT), the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) and the Compressed Gas Association (CGA). Pressurized gases are classified according to chemical and physical hazards. Before working with any compressed gas, make sure you know what’s in the cylinder and safe procedures for its use.
Computer Workstation Safety reviews the safe use of computers and offers practical solutions to many potential problems. It reminds employees to work safely and avoid injuries when using computers.
DVD – 12:00 Minutes
You may be able to go several hours or even days without food or water, but you can’t go more than a minute or two without clean air! When it comes to potentially hazardous atmospheres, you can’t trust your nose or your eyes. Your atmospheric testing equipment and procedures are your best of defense before entering any confined space.
DVD 18.50 Minutes – Coastal DuPont
This program will help employees identify hidden risks when entering a confined space. It will help employees understand the negative consequences and teach them to avoid similar situations on the worksite.
This program will help you learn: How to understand permit spaces and their hazards; the OSHA permit space requirements; how an entry permit can keep you safe while you work in confined spaces; the training and duties of a confined space entry team.
Every year needless injuries and fatalities occur in confined spaces. The Bureau of Labor Statistics reports that nearly 100 people die every year in confined space incidents. Sixty-five percent of these occurrences involve atmospheric contamination. What’s even more alarming is that two-thirds of all deaths related to confined space rescue situations happen to the person attempting the rescue. Sometimes these confined spaces seem safe or even harmless. But looks can be deceiving. That’s why you must understand what a confined space is, the hazards that are associated with it and the procedures to maintain your safety and the safety of those around you.
DVD – Dupont