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Accident & Incident Investigation SS1023AE (16 Min.)
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According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, a worker is injured on the job every 5 seconds. Workplace injuries and illnesses cost industry over $175 billion annually. The immediate cause of incidents is usually obvious. But unless the true root cause(s) are identified and corrected, the probability of a similar type incident occurring is high. A properly conducted Incident Investigation is one of the most effective tools and an essential component of all successful incident prevention programs. Incident Investigation program uses broadcast quality images and graphics to capture the audience's attention and communicate in a clear and concise fashion the purpose and importance of Incident Investigation, the skills and techniques required to conduct an effective investigation, how to identify the true root causes of an incident and develop corrective actions, and the importance of communication and follow up. Topics covered include: Taking immediate action at the scene of the incident, Gathering facts and information, How to take effective pictures and document an incident scene, Techniques for interviewing witnesses, Methods for analyzing the facts and information gathered, Developing corrective actions, Implementation and communication, and The importance of follow up. When an incident occurs in the workplace something happened that shouldn't have, or didn't happen that should have. A proper Incident Investigation will answer why and enable you to prevent its recurrence in the future. This program provides the content and tools necessary to effectively train your managers, supervisors, safety committee members and other employees to conduct a proper Incident Investigation.
Accident & Incident Investigation SS1023AS (16 Min.) Spanish
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According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, a worker is injured on the job every 5 seconds. Workplace injuries and illnesses cost industry over $175 billion annually. The immediate cause of incidents is usually obvious. But unless the true root cause(s) are identified and corrected, the probability of a similar type incident occurring is high. A properly conducted Incident Investigation is one of the most effective tools and an essential component of all successful incident prevention programs. Incident Investigation program uses broadcast quality images and graphics to capture the audience's attention and communicate in a clear and concise fashion the purpose and importance of Incident Investigation, the skills and techniques required to conduct an effective investigation, how to identify the true root causes of an incident and develop corrective actions, and the importance of communication and follow up. Topics covered include: Taking immediate action at the scene of the incident, Gathering facts and information, How to take effective pictures and document an incident scene, Techniques for interviewing witnesses, Methods for analyzing the facts and information gathered, Developing corrective actions, Implementation and communication, and The importance of follow up. When an incident occurs in the workplace something happened that shouldn't have, or didn't happen that should have. A proper Incident Investigation will answer why and enable you to prevent its recurrence in the future. This program provides the content and tools necessary to effectively train your managers, supervisors, safety committee members and other employees to conduct a proper Incident Investigation.
Armored Transport: Safe Driving, A Shared Responsibility – SS1002TE(18 min.)
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Armored Transport: Safe Driving, A Shared Responsibility-AT1002 (18 min.) Safe Driving instruction can benefit any driver in any industry. But, Armored Vehicle drivers face special challenges and situations and require specialized training. That’s what this program provides. Topics include: General safe driving techniques Distracted driving Differences of armored vehicles vs. passenger vehicles Passenger Safety General Security Procedures
Cal OSHA’s AB2774 UPDATED SS9001AE
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On January 1, 2o11, the State of California is facing a new legislation currently known as AB2774, that could radically affect how Cal/OSHA defines the term “Serious Violation”. Other states are likely to follow. At present a serious violation is one where there is a substantial probability that death or serious physical harm could result from the event. Examples in but are not limited to serious exposure to a chemical exceeding and established permissible exposure limit or violation of any standard regarding the use of a carcinogen and usually result in higher penalties.The new law will redefine the term “Serious Violation” and change the way the Division of Occupational Safety and Health also known as DOSH establishes such violations. This could lead to far more citations, higher penalties, more enforcement actions and serious violations that are much harder to contest. The penalties could result in one year in jail and/or a $1, fine.Managers and supervisors are at risk. This program explains the new laws and how to prevent such conditions and penalties.
California Workplace Violence SB 553 SS1123AE (9 Min.)
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Join us in our comprehensive training video on California Workplace Violence SB 553, where we dive into the critical aspects of this legislation to help employers and employees understand their rights and responsibilities. This engaging video will cover the key elements of SB 553, such as recognizing workplace violence, preventing it, and complying with the law's reporting and training requirements. With real-life examples, expert insights, and practical advice, our training video ensures you stay informed and equipped to create a safer and more secure work environment in the Golden State. Whether you're a seasoned HR professional or a new employee, this video is a valuable resource for promoting workplace safety and compliance with SB 553.
California Workplace Violence SB 553 SS1123AS (9 Min.) Spanish
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Únase a nosotros en nuestro video de capacitación integral sobre la Violencia en el Lugar de Trabajo en California SB 553, donde profundizamos en los aspectos críticos de esta legislación para ayudar a los empleadores y empleados a comprender sus derechos y responsabilidades. Este interesante video cubrirá los elementos clave de SB 553, como reconocer la violencia en el lugar de trabajo, prevenirla y cumplir con los requisitos de denuncia y capacitación de la ley. Con ejemplos de la vida real, conocimientos de expertos y consejos prácticos, nuestro video de capacitación garantiza que se mantenga informado y equipado para crear un entorno de trabajo más seguro y protegido en el Estado Dorado. Ya sea que sea un profesional de recursos humanos experimentado o un empleado nuevo, este video es un recurso valioso para promover la seguridad en el lugar de trabajo y el cumplimiento de SB 553.
Combustible Dust Safety SS1136AE (7 Min.)
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Combustible dust safety is a critical aspect of workplace safety that focuses on preventing explosions and fires caused by combustible particles suspended in the air. It involves identifying materials that can form combustible dust, such as wood, metals, and plastics, and implementing measures to mitigate the risks they pose. Safety protocols typically include proper ventilation, regular cleaning to remove dust buildup, using dust collection systems, and training employees on safe handling practices. Failure to address combustible dust hazards can lead to devastating explosions, property damage, injuries, and loss of life, making it essential for industries to prioritize dust control and safety measures. Compliance with regulatory standards and ongoing risk assessment are fundamental to maintaining a safe work environment regarding combustible dust.
Confined Space Entry SS1055HE (10 Min.)
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Confined Space Entry is a potentially hazardous situation, perhaps even fatal. But it doesn't have to be. If procedures are followed, Confine Space Entry can be done safely and without incident. This video: Defines Confined Space Hazards How to Control Hazards Confined Space Permits Air Testing Emergency Procedures
Confined Space Entry SS1055HS (10 Min.) Spanish
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Confined Space Entry is a potentially hazardous situation, perhaps even fatal. But it doesn't have to be. If procedures are followed, Confine Space Entry can be done safely and without incident. This video: Defines Confined Space Hazards How to Control Hazards Confined Space Permits Air Testing Emergency Procedures
Evaluating Near Misses To Prevent Accidents – SS1122AE (8 min.)
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Approximately 6 million employees are injured on the job every year. Video emphasizes the importance of taking any near miss seriously. It will show employees the essential role they play in reporting and evaluating near-miss-situations – and in helping their employer take appropriate steps to ensure that accidents that were previously waiting to happen .. never do.
Evaluating Near Misses To Prevent Accidents – SS1122AS (8 min.)
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Approximately 6 million employees are injured on the job every year. Video emphasizes the importance of taking any near miss seriously. It will show employees the essential role they play in reporting and evaluating near-miss-situations – and in helping their employer take appropriate steps to ensure that accidents that were previously waiting to happen .. never do.
Fall Protection SSC0023AE (10 Min.)
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Even a short fall can cause serious injury or even death. This great training tool covers body harnesses, shock absorbing lanyards, swing effect, rope grabs, retractable lanyards, and more. Workers who work in any environment above 4 feet or 6 feet in construction need fall protection training and need to wear fall protection equipment in these circumstances. Physical Barriers as well as personal fall arrest systems are discussed.
Fall Protection SSC0023AS (10 Min.) Spanish
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Even a short fall can cause serious injury or even death. This great training tool covers body harnesses, shock absorbing lanyards, swing effect, rope grabs, retractable lanyards, and more. Workers who work in any environment above 4 feet or 6 feet in construction need fall protection training and need to wear fall protection equipment in these circumstances. Physical Barriers as well as personal fall arrest systems are discussed.
Fall Protection - M260E (12 mins)
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Fall Protection provides the information employees need to work safely when they are off the ground, and satisfies the major training requirements in the OSHA Standard on Fall Protection. Falls are the second leading cause of death each year in the United States (after traffic accidents)! Over 10,000 people are killed every year as a result of falls…and 200,000 to 300,000 people are disabled. Eight-five percent of all falls that occur on the job result in lost work time. Areas covered in the course include the seriousness of fall hazards, types of environments where falls may occur, the fall protection plan, concentrating and keeping a clear head, the importance of housekeeping in preventing falls, measures that can be taken to protect against falls, protective equipment, and more.
Fall Protection - M260S (12 mins) Spanish
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Fall Protection provides the information employees need to work safely when they are off the ground, and satisfies the major training requirements in the OSHA Standard on Fall Protection. Falls are the second leading cause of death each year in the United States (after traffic accidents)! Over 10,000 people are killed every year as a result of falls…and 200,000 to 300,000 people are disabled. Eight-five percent of all falls that occur on the job result in lost work time. Areas covered in the course include the seriousness of fall hazards, types of environments where falls may occur, the fall protection plan, concentrating and keeping a clear head, the importance of housekeeping in preventing falls, measures that can be taken to protect against falls, protective equipment, and more.
Fall Protection: Equipment and Safe Practices SS1118IE (11 Min.)
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Falls in the workplace are one of the most common types of injuries on the job, and the goal of this program is to provide employers and employees with information on recognizing potential fall hazards at their work sites, and suggest ways to avoid, minimize, control or prevent them. The audience will learn how to identify factors that contribute to common fall hazards, and how to analyze their own work areas for those hazards. The video covers: The OSHA Fall Protection Standard Fall Protection Plans Housekeeping and Engineering Controls Personal Protective Equipment and more....
Fatigue In the Workplace: Employee Version SS2034AE (7 Min.)
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Occupational fatigue is an increasingly dangerous yet commonly overlooked health condition that affects a majority of the labor force in North America. Because it’s so common, people may think of it as a normal part of working and underestimate the effects. They think, “Everybody’s tired. What’s the big deal?” But, there’s more to workplace fatigue than just being tired. This video examines the impact of workplace fatigue and provides tips for employees to help combat that dangerous condition.
Fatigue In the Workplace: Employee Version SS2034AS (7 Min.)
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Occupational fatigue is an increasingly dangerous yet commonly overlooked health condition that affects a majority of the labor force in North America. Because it’s so common, people may think of it as a normal part of working and underestimate the effects. They think, “Everybody’s tired. What’s the big deal?” But, there’s more to workplace fatigue than just being tired. This video examines the impact of workplace fatigue and provides tips for employees to help combat that dangerous condition.
Fatigue In the Workplace: Management Version SS2301AE (14 Min.)
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Occupational fatigue is an increasingly dangerous yet commonly overlooked health condition that affects a majority of the labor force in North America. Because it’s so common, people may think of it as a normal part of working and underestimate the effects. They think, “Everybody’s tired. What’s the big deal?” But, there’s more to workplace fatigue than just being tired. This video examines the impact of workplace fatigue and provides tips for employees and Supervisors to help combat that dangerous condition.
Fighting Fatigue in the Workplace - M309E (15 mins)
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Tired people make mistakes. That's why workplace fatigue can significantly increase the likelihood of employees being hurt, even killed, on the job. It also reduces productivity and increases expenses. Each year, fatigue costs U.S. businesses more than $130 billion dollars. But it can be prevented. Topics covered in these products include: What fatigue is and what causes it. The hazards of fatigue. Reducing fatigue in the workplace. How "sleep hygiene" can help. The role of healthy diet and exercise. and more.
Hand & Power Tool Safety SS1094IE (10 Min.)
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Everyone uses Hand & Power tools. But, because they are common, people often forget about the hazards involved. Tool accidents result in thousands of serious injuries and hundreds of deaths each year… most of which could have been avoided by simply handling tools safely. To avoid these types of accidents employees need to know how to handle their tools safely. This program is a great place to start.
Hand & Power Tool Safety SS1094IS (10 Min.) Spanish
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Everyone uses Hand & Power tools. But, because they are common, people often forget about the hazards involved. Tool accidents result in thousands of serious injuries and hundreds of deaths each year… most of which could have been avoided by simply handling tools safely. To avoid these types of accidents employees need to know how to handle their tools safely. This program is a great place to start.
Heat Stress: Tips for a Cool Summer - SS2223AE
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Are you ready for summer? Who isn't? With summer fun comes the summer heat and that can create a safety concern for workers subjected to hot environments. Whether you work outdoors or inside, this video will help you stay safe and cool this summer.
Heat Stress: Tips for a Cool Summer - SS2223AS Spanish
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Are you ready for summer? Who isn't? With summer fun comes the summer heat and that can create a safety concern for workers subjected to hot environments. Whether you work outdoors or inside, this video will help you stay safe and cool this summer.
Housekeeping in an Industrial Environment (10 Min) SS1120AE
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The word “housekeeping” is often associated with household vacuuming, dusting, mopping floors, reducing clutter – or maybe someone cleaning a hotel room. In industrial workplaces, “housekeeping” means much more, and is a critical component of any safety program. Good housekeeping not only helps prevent accidents and injuries, it can improve productivity, boost morale and impress clients and visitors. It’s also an OHSA requirement.
Housekeeping in an Industrial Environment (10 Min) SS1120AS Spanish
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The word “housekeeping” is often associated with household vacuuming, dusting, mopping floors, reducing clutter – or maybe someone cleaning a hotel room. In industrial workplaces, “housekeeping” means much more, and is a critical component of any safety program. Good housekeeping not only helps prevent accidents and injuries, it can improve productivity, boost morale and impress clients and visitors. It’s also an OHSA requirement.
Indoor Heat Illness: Facts & Prevention - SS1099IE (9 Min.)
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Indoor heat and outdoor heat have similar effects on the body, but indoor heat stress is often overlooked. Heat Stress and resulting illness occurs every day in indoor environments. What can you do about it? This video is a great place to start.
Indoor Heat Illness: Facts & Prevention - SS1099IS (9 Min.) Spanish
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Indoor heat and outdoor heat have similar effects on the body, but indoor heat stress is often overlooked. Heat Stress and resulting illness occurs every day in indoor environments. What can you do about it? This video is a great place to start.
Industrial Cranes & Rigging: Safety Is In Your Hands - SS1026H (15 min.)
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Cranes. Useful tools. Powerful tools. Tools that need to be treated with respect. Why? The reason is simple. Any mistake with a crane, even a small mistake can have serious consequences including property damage, injury or even loss of life. Knowing how to use the equipment properly and following established policies and procedures can help minimize risk. That’s what this program is all about, the basics of crane safety.
Industrial Cranes & Rigging: Safety Is In Your Hands - SS1026HS (15 min.) Spanish
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Cranes. Useful tools. Powerful tools. Tools that need to be treated with respect. Why? The reason is simple. Any mistake with a crane, even a small mistake can have serious consequences including property damage, injury or even loss of life. Knowing how to use the equipment properly and following established policies and procedures can help minimize risk. That’s what this program is all about, the basics of crane safety.
Injury and Illness Prevention Program: I2P2 - SS1101IE (15 Min.)
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This program provides employees with important information on how this organized approach to workplace safety can significantly reduce accidents and injuries, and how the workers themselves can play a major role in making the program work. Every day 12 workers die on the job, and more than 10,000 workers suffer serious job-related injuries. But the real tragedy is that most of these incidents could be prevented. Employers and employees can work together to find and fix the hazards in their workplace, before people get sick, injured or even killed. Areas covered in the program include what is I2P2, management responsibilities and employees’ participation, hazard identification, assessment, prevention and control, education and training, program evaluation and improvement and more.
Injury and Illness Prevention Program: I2P2 - SS1101IS (15 Min.)
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This program provides employees with important information on how this organized approach to workplace safety can significantly reduce accidents and injuries, and how the workers themselves can play a major role in making the program work. Every day 12 workers die on the job, and more than 10,000 workers suffer serious job-related injuries. But the real tragedy is that most of these incidents could be prevented. Employers and employees can work together to find and fix the hazards in their workplace, before people get sick, injured or even killed. Areas covered in the program include what is I2P2, management responsibilities and employees’ participation, hazard identification, assessment, prevention and control, education and training, program evaluation and improvement and more.
Ladder Safety – SS8019AE (10 mins)
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This video deals with the safe way to use stepladders, straight ladders and platform ladders, as well as common hazards associated with improper ladder use. Explains the 4:1 rule when placing straight ladders, the belt buckle rule, 36″ requirement for straight ladders above landings and more. A great program for new or experienced workers.
Making Safety Work: Overview Of Workplace Safety & Responsibilities - AP4742E
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In just an instant, a workplace injury can transform a productive worker into one who is unable to work. This is why workplace injuries must be prevented and why all employees are needed to make our safety program work. This program provides an overview of common workplace hazards and how they are to be controlled while also demonstrating the importance of each employee’s commitment and participation in the safety effort. Viewers will also see how easily injuries can occur when employees decide not to take responsibility for their safety.
Making Safety Work: Overview Of Workplace Safety & Responsibilities - AP4742S SPANISH
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In just an instant, a workplace injury can transform a productive worker into one who is unable to work. This is why workplace injuries must be prevented and why all employees are needed to make our safety program work. This program provides an overview of common workplace hazards and how they are to be controlled while also demonstrating the importance of each employee’s commitment and participation in the safety effort. Viewers will also see how easily injuries can occur when employees decide not to take responsibility for their safety.
OSHA 4: Light Industrial Package - SS049AE [English Only]
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GHS: The Basics - SS1050FE Ladder Safety - SS8019AE LockOut/TagOut Procedures - SS1036AE BloodBorne Pathogens: Know The Risk - SS1027BE
OSHA's Top 10 Violations - SS1045AE (27 mins.)
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This video serves as a guide to help you understand the ten most common OSHA violations and what your company and employees can do to help minimize the risk of an OSHA citation. Topics include: Fall Protection Hazard Communications Scaffolding Respiratory Protection Powered Industrial Trucks Lockout Tagout Ladders Electrical, Wiring Methods Electrical General Requirements Machine Guarding
OSHA's Top 10 Violations - SS1045AS (27 mins.) Spanish
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This video serves as a guide to help you understand the ten most common OSHA violations and what your company and employees can do to help minimize the risk of an OSHA citation. Topics include: Fall Protection Hazard Communications Scaffolding Respiratory Protection Powered Industrial Trucks Lockout Tagout Ladders Electrical, Wiring Methods Electrical General Requirements Machine Guarding
OSHA's Top Citations - SS1121AE (9 Min.)
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Discover the critical safety insights you need to know! Join us as we delve into OSHA's Top 10 Violations, shedding light on the most common workplace hazards and how to prevent them. Whether you're an employer, employee, or just concerned about workplace safety, this video is a must-watch. Stay informed, stay safe!
Preventing Slips, Trips & Falls SS2222AE (14 Mins.)
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Slips, Trips and Falls are a common incidents in the workplace. But, they are preventable. This video examines why slips trips and falls happen and discusses what can be done to prevent them.
Preventing Slips, Trips & Falls SS2222AS (14 Mins.) Spanish
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Slips, Trips and Falls are a common incidents in the workplace. But, they are preventable. This video examines why slips trips and falls happen and discusses what can be done to prevent them.
Process Safety: Hazard Analysis - SS1015FE (15 mins)
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This video program explains the various hazard analysis techniques which can show what could go wrong with your process and the possible consequences to your employees, the environment and the rest of the facility. It provides in-depth information on how to organize a process safety hazard analysis, including quality team assembly and analysis techniques.
Proper Hand Washing Techniques SS2203AE (4 Min.)
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Hand washing is one of the best ways to protect yourself and your family from getting sick. But, if you are not doing it properly, then you are not effectively preventing yourself from getting sick. This video shows WHEN to wash your hands and HOW to wash your hands. Quick and to the point.
Safety Committees - The Real Story - SS1008AS (9 min.) SPANISH
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When a safety committee is properly formed, supported and budgeted they can be invaluable to the safety program. It’s important to understand the reasons why safety committees fall or die a slow death. This program covers the assignments and responsibilities of the safety committee members.
Safety Committees: The Real Story - SS1008AE (9 min.)
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When a safety committee is properly formed, supported and budgeted they can be invaluable to the safety program. It’s important to understand the reasons why safety committees fall or die a slow death. This program covers the assignments and responsibilities of the safety committee members.
Safety Orientation & Awareness: Industrial Environment - SS1043AE (18 min.)
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Employees in industrial environments face different hazards than those in office or warehousing environments. For this reason they need training that addresses the hazards they face in the course of their job. This program covers General Safety Rules, Workplace Hazards, PPE, Machine Guarding, Emergency Action Plans, Slips & Falls, Housekeeping, Working at Heights, Hand & Electrical Tools, Hazard Communication, Forklifts, Proper Body Mechanics and other vital information.
Safety Orientation & Awareness: Industrial Environment - SS1043AS (18 min.) Spanish
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Employees in industrial environments face different hazards than those in office or warehousing environments. For this reason they need training that addresses the hazards they face in the course of their job. This program covers General Safety Rules, Workplace Hazards, PPE, Machine Guarding, Emergency Action Plans, Slips & Falls, Housekeeping, Working at Heights, Hand & Electrical Tools, Hazard Communication, Forklifts, Proper Body Mechanics and other vital information.
Slips, Trips and Falls – SS1064IE (12 min.)
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When most people think of workplace injuries they visualize high-risk activities. Slips, trips and falls are the second-leading cause of workplace injuries and fatalities. Over 50% of them occur at ground level. Slips, trips, and falls are 100% preventable. This new, engaging and fast-paced program will motivate your employees to recognize and respect the common causes of slips, trips and falls, and teach them procedures and techniques to prevent them from occurring and causing injury. This program will have a positive impact at your work site.
Slips, Trips And Falls – SS1064IS (12 min.) Spanish
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When most people think of workplace injuries they visualize high-risk activities. Slips, trips and falls are the second-leading cause of workplace injuries and fatalities. Over 50% of them occur at ground level. Slips, trips, and falls are 100% preventable. This new, engaging and fast-paced program will motivate your employees to recognize and respect the common causes of slips, trips and falls, and teach them procedures and techniques to prevent them from occurring and causing injury. This program will have a positive impact at your work site.e.
Staffing Services Safety - SS1040A (10 min)
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Staffing Services: This video serves as a basic safety orientation video to train temporary employees in the “general hazards to which they may be exposed”. A site-specific training will be provided by the client, this video covers the basics of a broad range of general safety topics including: Safe Lifting/Back Injury Prevention Ladder Safety Tools & Machinery Forklifts & Material Handling Equipment Hazard Communications/ Chemicals Emergency Procedures Confined Spaces On the Job Injuries
Staffing Services Safety - SS1040AS (10 min) Spanish
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Staffing Services: This video serves as a basic safety orientation video to train temporary employees in the “general hazards to which they may be exposed”. A site-specific training will be provided by the client, this video covers the basics of a broad range of general safety topics including: Safe Lifting/Back Injury Prevention Ladder Safety Tools & Machinery Forklifts & Material Handling Equipment Hazard Communications/ Chemicals Emergency Procedures Confined Spaces On the Job Injuries
Staffing Services Safety: Office Environment - SS1041AE (8 Min.)
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This video covers the general hazards employees are exposed to in an office environment. Topics include: general office Safety, Safe Lifting, Ladders, Chemicals, Ergonomics, Emergency Procedures Injury reporting and more.
Staffing Services Safety: Office Environment - SS1041AS (8 Min.) Spanish
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This video covers the general hazards employees are exposed to in an office environment. Topics include: general office Safety, Safe Lifting, Ladders, Chemicals, Ergonomics, Emergency Procedures Injury reporting and more.
Stormwater Pollution Prevention Program (SWPP) SS1124AE (11 Min.)
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When stormwater flows through parking lots, chemical storage areas, areas of outside industrial activity, waste management areas, material loading / unloading operations and similar areas, it can pick up debris such as: chemicals, fertilizers, fecal bacteria, pollutants and other hazardous materials. This now-contaminated stormwater can then flow untreated directly into nearby bodies of water used for swimming, drinking, recreation and farming. This program outlines your responsibility to prevent pollution and steps you can take to help reach this goal.
Updated Process Safety: Hazard Analysis - SS1015FS (15 mins) Spanish
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This video program explains the various hazard analysis techniques which can show what could go wrong with your process and the possible consequences to your employees, the environment and the rest of the facility. It provides in-depth information on how to organize a process safety hazard analysis, including quality team assembly and analysis techniques.
Walking & Working Surfaces - M242S (18 mins) Spanish
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Walking and Working Surfaces training identifies the hazards that are associated with different surfaces, and provides the practical information and specific procedures employees need to help prevent slips, trips and falls on the job.
Walking and Working Surfaces SS1116IE (12 Min.)
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Like numerous other workplace safety requirements, OSHA has specific standards for the different types of walking and working surfaces we all encounter on the job, on a daily basis. The ultimate goal of these standards and this training is to prevent as many slips, trips and falls as possible – both in the workplace and at home. Topics include: Slip, trip and fall awareness “Defensive” walking Housekeeping and aisles Stairs, walkways and railings Openings Ladder safety Scaffolds, and more The vast majority of accidents related to walking and work surfaces are preventable and need not happen, so it is imperative your employees or associates receive this 10 minute training.
Walking and Working Surfaces SS1116IS (12 Min.) Spanish
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Like numerous other workplace safety requirements, OSHA has specific standards for the different types of walking and working surfaces we all encounter on the job, on a daily basis. The ultimate goal of these standards and this training is to prevent as many slips, trips and falls as possible – both in the workplace and at home. Topics include: Slip, trip and fall awareness “Defensive” walking Housekeeping and aisles Stairs, walkways and railings Openings Ladder safety Scaffolds, and more The vast majority of accidents related to walking and work surfaces are preventable and need not happen, so it is imperative your employees or associates receive this 10 minute training.
Warehouse Safety: The Basics - SS1099AE (11 Min.)
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Warehouses play a critical role in our economy. They tend to be fast-paced and busy environments which can give rise to many different types of hazards. As a result, more employee fatalities occur in warehouses than in most other workplaces, and thousands of injuries occur there every year. This training program makes sure employees are informed about warehouse hazards and how to avoid them.
Warehouse Safety: The Basics - SS1099AS (11 Min.) Spanish
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Warehouses play a critical role in our economy. They tend to be fast-paced and busy environments which can give rise to many different types of hazards. As a result, more employee fatalities occur in warehouses than in most other workplaces, and thousands of injuries occur there every year. This training program makes sure employees are informed about warehouse hazards and how to avoid them.
What Is Risk? SS1104IE (7 Min.)
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This video defines what risk is and teaches viewers to recognize risk, both in their personal lives and at work. Viewers are shown their personal responsibility as it relates to reducing risk.
Workplace Safety: Your Story Matters SS1114AE (6 Min.)
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Viewers will witness examples of three common scenarios of workers not speaking up about safety. The storylines feature a failure to follow lockout/tagout, an employee neglecting to wear PPE and a worker choosing not to wear fall protection as the primary causes of incidents that result in fatalities; however, your employees will learn that the root cause of each was a reluctance to speak up. They will be convinced that speaking up about unsafe acts is critical in the prevention of workplace injuries. Some of the other safety concerns addressed in the program include supervisors, rushing, habits, shift work and intimidation.
Workplace Stress: The Basics - SS1098AE (10 Min.)
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In this fast-paced world, we are always encountering situations that can be stressful. Many of these occur at work. However employee stress, and its effects on their ability to do their jobs, is a subject that is often overlooked. This informative program trains your employees to identify potentially stressful situations and learn how to cope with them.
Workplace Stress: The Basics - SS1098AS (10 Min.) Spanish
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In this fast-paced world, we are always encountering situations that can be stressful. Many of these occur at work. However employee stress, and its effects on their ability to do their jobs, is a subject that is often overlooked. This informative program trains your employees to identify potentially stressful situations and learn how to cope with them.