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Topics include: 1) Indicators of potentially violent behavior 2) How to respond to violent behavior 3) How to respond to an active shooter situation 4) How to react when law enforcement arrives at an active shooter scene.
DVD 10 Minutes – The Training Network
Incidents involving active shooters continue to be in the news. These acts of violence are becoming more commonplace in today’s society, and although your chances of being a victim of an active shooter incident are minuscule, it is important your organization and your associates plan and be prepared for such an incident. Active shooters can strike where we live, where we work, where we study, where we shop or any other environment. No business or institution is immune to the potential of an active shooter attack. The purpose of this informational training is not to alarm viewers, but to enlighten them regarding some of the elements of an active shooter scenario and what they should do to be prepared to deal with such an act.
8:00 DVD Aurora Pictures
All too often these days, we hear about active shooter incidents, multiple shootings in nightspots, public area and workplaces. What should employees do to survive if one of these situations takes place where they work? This safety video provides step-by-step explanations of the survival techniques that law enforcement agencies recommend to help people get through an active shooter incident safely.
DVD – Aurora Pictures – 7 Minutes
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
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
This video acknowledges common sources of workplace conflict: gossip, defensiveness, dwelling on it, bullying and assuming the worst. Then it explains solutions – specific techniques for resolving conflict. There will always be conflict in the workplace. The secret is learning to manage it successfully. Doing so empowers you to take control of your life and career.
DVD – Kantola Productions – 17 minutes
Irate customers are an unfortunate fact of life. Whether you work in a commercial establishment or a bank, a government office or a medical clinic, sooner or later you will have to deal with an angry or upset customer. When this happens, it’s important to be prepared.
Learn how to: Control your own attitude and not take it personally; connect with the customer and show you care; ask short, guiding questions and focus on a solution; use positive language and know what you can offer.
This program covers specific skills long with “Breaking Techniques” that can be used in extreme cases to help you calm the situation and resolve the customer’s problem.
DVD – Kantola Productions – 20 minutes
Publisher: ERI Safety Videos
Harassment: What exactly does that mean? The definition of harassment is “to annoy or bother someone in a constant or repeated way.” Harassment can target almost any personal characteristic and occur between any two people including co-workers, manager, and even non-employees such as clients, contractors, or vendors. Harassment is a serious subject and employees must deal with harassing behavior in a firm and thorough manner. This video looks at common harassment situations and trains your employees how to deal with them in a professional manner.
DVD – 10:00 The Training Network
Supervisors and managers are role models. When it comes to workplace bullying, you need to insist on being treated respectfully yourself and to provide a safe and respectful atmosphere for your subordinates. This video, filmed in five diverse workplaces, shows you what to do when someone comes to you for help or if you notice repeated conflict among employees. You’ll learn how to step in right away and conduct effective conversations, calmly and professionally. And you’ll see when it might be appropriate to reach out to help, especially if cases when discipline may be applicable. Use this program to learn how to stop bullying behavior and turn a dysfunctional environment into a healthy, productive and pleasant place to work.
DVD – Kantola Productions – 19 minutes
Workplace harassment can damage relationships and destroy lines of communication among employees. This program discusses various types of workplace harassment and how this unwelcome behavior affects the work environment. It also explains what you should do if you are a victim or an observer of disrespectful conduct. Featured are a variety of scenarios where workers exhibit unwelcome behavior to show viewers what types of behavior constitute harassment.
21:00 minutes DVD American Training Resources
This video shows workers how to identify an active shooter and emphasizes the importance of every employee having a plan, being aware of his or her surroundings, and knowing the organization’s emergency action plan.
Publisher: DVD – DuPont
Active shooter incidents, or ASIs, are an unfortunate reality and a growing threat to every workplace. In order to help prevent mass casualties, knowledge and planning are critical. This program shows workers how to identify an active shooter and emphasizes the importance of every employee having a plan, being aware of his or her surroundings, and knowing the organization’s emergency action plan. Safety Matters: Active Shooter Preparedness addresses how to report suspicious activity as well as how to respond in an ASI by determining when it’s best to run, hide or fight. The course will conclude by mapping out what to expect and how to respond when law enforcement arrives at the scene.
Coastal – 8 Minutes
Sexual harassment can affect any workplace setting and occur at every level of employment. No occupation is immune from sexual harassment. It can poison the work atmosphere and negative impact other workers who are not even involved in the harassment themselves. This video will train your employees on the subject of sexual harassment. After viewing the video they will fully understand: What is considered sexual harassment; the basics of sexual harassment law and their rights and responsibilities; an employer’s responsibilities in regards to sexual harassment law; how to properly report an instance of sexual harassment; the various circumstances in which sexual harassment can occur.
DVD – The Training Network – 12 minutes
Instead of explanations from on-screen narrators, first-hand reporting keeps the action moving and makes it personal. This helps viewers internalize the content and retain lasting impressions that stay with them long after the training is over. The consequences and potential harm caused by hostile environment and quid pro quo harassment are clearly explained and viewers also learn about protected characteristics, third-party harassment, retaliation and other forms of abusive behavior.
DVD – 18:00 Kantola Productions
What makes this DVD unique is a sequence of original stories that convey important training points as seen through the eyes of the participants. Instead of explanations from on-screen narrators, first-hand reporting keeps the action moving and makes it personal. It provides managers with information on conducting investigations if this task falls within their job description – or how to participate in an investigation handled by a legal department, human resources or outside expert, depending on organizational policies.
DVD 19 minutes Kantola Productions