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When accidents happen, it’s important to know why. Even when the reason seems obvious, the real cause may be more complicated. That’s where accident investigation comes in. It examines the incident systematically to determine the true root causes. This information can then be used to update policies, procedures, or equipment to help make sure a similar accident does not occur in the future. This training program provides employees with the information that they need to understand the goals of an accident investigation, the process itself, and how they can participate in the process to help make their workplace safe.
DVD 13:00 The Training Network
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
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
There are around 23 million illegal drug users in the country, 70 percent of whom have a steady job. Sixty-five percent of workplace incidents involve people who test positive for drugs or alcohol. Drug and Alcohol Awareness raises awareness of substance abuse and addiction, and its impact on the workplace.
This program features interviews with those whose lives were changed forever by a workplace incident. Motivate your employees to make the safe choice each and every time with this high-impact program. This DVD includes multiple training scenes which can be played as one continuous program or used as short, impactful meeting openers.
DVD – Publisher – Coastal DuPont
Communicating clearly and effectively is probably the most important and perhaps most difficult responsibility of any manager. Learn how to: Deliver praise that motivates your entire staff; offer criticism that challenges employees to improve; delegate important tasks with confidence; prevent misunderstandings by improving your listening skills, and much more.
DVD – The Training Network – 20 minutes
Someone once said, “It’s not the job that causes me problems, it’s the people that work for me!” Well sorry to say, in many cases people feel just this way. But it does not have to be like this. Being a supervisor can be one of the most satisfying, productive and even enjoyable experiences anyone can have.
When you really think about it, leadership is the ultimate challenge in any job. It takes skill, toughness, and sensitivity sprinkled with the ever-so-important touch of common sense. In this DVD program you’ll learn the how-to approach to supervising, some theory and a lot of “what to do if” answers.
How to Supervise People shows you the techniques to develop and inspire your people. It gives you the keys to teamwork and team building, techniques for dealing positively with conflict and compromise, strategies for dealing with change, the best method for cost control and methods improvement and much, more more.
Developed for the new supervisor, the soon-to-be supervisor or the long-time professional. How to Supervise People is a sure winner!
DVD 48:00 Minutes Aurora Pictures
This video dramatically tells the story of an employee who failed to speak up when witnessing an unsafe act.
A must see if you do any behavioral-based training…no matter what type of industry. Three story lines featuring a failure to follow lock-out/tagout, an employee neglecting to wear PPE and a worker choosing not to wear fall protection. Some other safety concerns covered in the video include, supervisors, rushing, habits, shift work and intimidation. Reinforces the fact that “speaking up” about unsafe acts can save lives and help develop a positive safety culture.
DVD – American Training Videos – 13 minutes
Like its predecessor “I Chose to Look the Other Way”, this program is based on another popular poem by Don Merrell. Its power safety message is brought to life through the combination of program and poetry.
DVD – Publisher: American Training Resources
Jeff “Odie” Espenship is a former USAF fighter pilot and one of the most sought-after safety speakers in the industry today. As a flight leader, he knows what it takes to operate safely in high-risk and sometimes dangerous work environments. In this dynamic presentation, Odie shares his experiences and relates them back to common workplace situations.
17:00 Minutes – DVD – Aurora Pictures
When Brad Livingston decided to violate procedures, participate in a shortcut and condone the unsafe actions of a co-worker, his world was literally blown apart in a matter of seconds. As Brad was engulfed in flames, he fully expected to die, but thoughts of his three young daughters inspired him to fight for his life. Brad humbly points out how his choices and decisions that day contributed to the death of a co-worker, life-changing injuries to himself and unimaginable grief and trauma to his wife and three daughters. To prevent others from making the same mistakes he did, he motivates his audience to maintain a proper safety perspective and helps them truly understand why they must work safely every day. Your facility’s safety culture will improve when workers hear the lessons shared by Brad Livingston.
DVD – Coastal
In this program, Odie discusses the concept of calling a “knock it off” immediately when recognizing dangerous behavior, while his friend and fellow fighter pilot Wes Sharp encourages viewers to speak up and tell co-workers to “keep off the grass” when they witness an unsafe act.
DVD – Publisher: American Training Resources
The worst aviation accident in history occurred in 1977 when two 747 jets collided on the island of Tenerife, killing 583 people. Just like hazardous situations that lead to injuries in the workplace, there were several “leading indicators” or warning signs preceding the collision that warned of impending danger. Included is an interview with Bob Bragg, the only surviving crew member of the Pan Am 747 involved in the Tenerife disaster.
16:00 Minutes DVD – American Training Resources