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Personal Protective Equipment: The Right Choice

Personal Protective Equipment Safety Video–There are many potential hazards and risks in the workplace that require the regular use of Personal Protective Equipment or PPE. There are also a lot of excuses that employees give for not wearing their personal protective equipment, such as “It’s uncomfortable”, “I don’t have the time” or “It slows me down”. In reality, using required PPE is always the right choice.

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Manual Material Handling & Back Injury Prevention

This program was researched and developed by Safety Video and a risk control consultant with over 30 years of experience working directly with numerous companies—large and small. We have distilled this information so employees can not only learn to lift safely, but learn other manual material handling techniques as well. This is why having a proper lifting techniques and back safety training video is so important to your training plans.

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Forklift & P.I.T. Operator Safety

Handling materials and products safely and efficiently is a major factor in the success of numerous industries throughout the world. That is why it is critical that Forklift and other Powered Industrial Truck operators are properly trained in the engineering principles and safe operating techniques of the various types of equipment in use today. This is why we created a Forklift Operator Safety Training Video.

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Fire Extinguisher Training & Fire Prevention

Fire extinguishers are common to all workplace settings but most employees have only a vague idea of how to safely operate them. This program demonstrates step by step procedures for safely extinguishing a fire using the PASS system. Fire prevention is serious business and should be taken seriously by everyone in the workplace.

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Hazard Communications & GHS/SDS for the Workplace

Chemicals are a big part of everyday life, both at home and in the workplace. We all use cleaners, detergents, solvents, pesticides and many other chemicals on a daily basis. We put gasoline and oil in our vehicles, and sunscreen on our skin. Chemicals are present in cosmetics, shampoo, and even the some of the food we eat. It has never been more important to communicate the dangers of chemicals in the workplace than today and that is why we created this MSDS training video.

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Eye Protection & Hearing Conservation

Eye protection and hearing conservation are two things that clearly demonstrate the principle that if you don’t care of something then you can never get it back. The information in this video is as valuable as your ability to hear and see clearly. Don’t take either for granted.

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Hazard Communications & the Globally Harmonized System

Chemicals are a big part of everyday life, both at home and in the workplace. We all use cleaners, detergents, solvents, pesticides and many other chemicals on a daily basis. We put gasoline and oil in our vehicles, and sunscreen on our skin. Chemicals are present in cosmetics, shampoo, and even the some of the food we eat. It has never been more important to communicate the dangers of chemicals in the workplace than today and that  is why we created this MSDS/SDS training video.

 

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Preventing Slips, Trips & Falls

Preventing Slips, Trips and Falls… What could be more basic? And yet, slips, trips and falls are the #1 cause of employee accidents and injuries. When it comes to slip and fall injuries, no one wins. The GOOD news is that the vast majority of slips and falls, over 90%, are preventable incidents that can be avoided.

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Heat Illness Prevention

Preventing heat illness is a priority in numerous industries and workplaces around the world. No matter where you are working or what you are doing—driving a vehicle, harvesting vegetables or working in warehouses or construction sites—heat illness can strike before you even realize it.

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Accident Prevention, Reporting & Investigation

There generally are no “accidents” in the workplace. Research indicates that most “accidents” are usually work-related “incidents”. The difference? An accident cannot be stopped from occurring whereas an incident can usually be prevented. Consequently, almost all so-called “accidents” in the workplace are preventable, and need not happen. Plus, preventing accidents saves your company money.

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Confined Space Entry

This program is designed to provide the viewer with safety basics in confined space entry. A “must-have” video if your people are required to enter confined spaces. Rescuers become victims in half of confined space accidents. This video covers such topics as oxygen deficiency, flammable and explosive gases, air monitoring and much more.

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Confined Space Safety – Permit Required

Working in a confined space can present hazardous atmospheres and physical dangers to employees. There are two types of confined spaces: Non-permit Required Confined Spaces and Permit-required Confined Spaces. This course will describe the dangers, best practices, and permit requirements necessary when working in a permit-required confined space. Based on: 29 CFR 1910.146: Permit-Required Confined Spaces

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Lead Awareness

Before you cut, grind, or burn through any painted surface at work or at home, better make sure you know what you’re dealing with. Protect yourself and your team from unintentional lead exposure with this course that defines what lead is and provides information on its history and usage, reduction efforts, lead exposure, effects, detection and treatment, personal protective equipment (PPE), and prevention methods. Based on: 29 CFR 1910.1025: Lead

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Lead in the Workplace

Lead can be found in the air at home in paint, dishware, water, lead sadder used in plumbing. Workers are encouraged to monitor blood levels if exposed to lead. This program discusses the various lead exposures in the workplace with an emphasis on safety. Employees rarely understand the dangers of exposure to lead. Important facts regarding exposure to lead and the resulting ailments are discussed.

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Confined Space Entry – The Silent Killers

Failure to closely follow specific rules, regulations and confined space safety standards can guarantee serious injury or even death. This program is designed to provide the viewer with safety basics in confined space entry. A “must-have” video if your people are required to enter confined spaces. Rescuers become victims in half of confined space accidents. This video covers such topics as oxygen deficiency, flammable and explosive gases, air monitoring and much more.

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First Steps in All First Aid Situations

The first moments of every emergency situation are always the most critical. Use this couse to learn about the “DR. ABC” method and the importance of quickly calling 9-1-1. This course also explains how and when to perform artificial respiration and CPR, as well as how to use an automatic or semiautomatic external defibrillator (AED). Based on: 30 CFR Part 46.5.c.2

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Manual Material Handling & Back Injury Prevention

This program was researched and developed by Safety Video and a risk control consultant with over 30 years of experience working directly with numerous companies—large and small. We have distilled this information so employees can not only learn to lift safely, but learn other manual material handling techniques as well. This is why having a proper lifting techniques and back safety training video is so important to your training plans.

Learn More or Order »

Forklift & P.I.T. Operator Safety

Handling materials and products safely and efficiently is a major factor in the success of numerous industries throughout the world. That is why it is critical that Forklift and other Powered Industrial Truck operators are properly trained in the engineering principles and safe operating techniques of the various types of equipment in use today. This is why we created a Forklift Operator Safety Training Video.

Learn More or Order »

Fire Extinguisher Training & Fire Prevention

Fire extinguishers are common to all workplace settings but most employees have only a vague idea of how to safely operate them. This program demonstrates step by step procedures for safely extinguishing a fire using the PASS system. Fire prevention is serious business and should be taken seriously by everyone in the workplace.

Learn More or Order »

Hazard Communications & GHS/SDS for the Workplace

Chemicals are a big part of everyday life, both at home and in the workplace. We all use cleaners, detergents, solvents, pesticides and many other chemicals on a daily basis. We put gasoline and oil in our vehicles, and sunscreen on our skin. Chemicals are present in cosmetics, shampoo, and even the some of the food we eat. It has never been more important to communicate the dangers of chemicals in the workplace than today and that is why we created this MSDS training video.

Learn More or Order »

Eye Protection & Hearing Conservation

Eye protection and hearing conservation are two things that clearly demonstrate the principle that if you don’t care of something then you can never get it back. The information in this video is as valuable as your ability to hear and see clearly. Don’t take either for granted.

Learn More or Order »

Personal Protective Equipment: The Right Choice

Personal Protective Equipment Safety Video–There are many potential hazards and risks in the workplace that require the regular use of Personal Protective Equipment or PPE. There are also a lot of excuses that employees give for not wearing their personal protective equipment, such as “It’s uncomfortable”, “I don’t have the time” or “It slows me down”. In reality, using required PPE is always the right choice.

Learn More or Order »

Hazard Communications & the Globally Harmonized System

Chemicals are a big part of everyday life, both at home and in the workplace. We all use cleaners, detergents, solvents, pesticides and many other chemicals on a daily basis. We put gasoline and oil in our vehicles, and sunscreen on our skin. Chemicals are present in cosmetics, shampoo, and even the some of the food we eat. It has never been more important to communicate the dangers of chemicals in the workplace than today and that  is why we created this MSDS/SDS training video.

 

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Lockout Tagout for Janitors and Custodians

THE Lockout-Tagout Program for Your Company! Lockout-Tagout is a vital safety procedure which is used in industry and research environments to ensure that potentially dangerous machines and equipment are properly shut off and de-energized prior to maintenance, set-up or service.

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Preventing Slips, Trips & Falls

Preventing Slips, Trips and Falls… What could be more basic? And yet, slips, trips and falls are the #1 cause of employee accidents and injuries. When it comes to slip and fall injuries, no one wins. The GOOD news is that the vast majority of slips and falls, over 90%, are preventable incidents that can be avoided.

Learn More or Order »

Heat Illness Prevention

Preventing heat illness is a priority in numerous industries and workplaces around the world. No matter where you are working or what you are doing—driving a vehicle, harvesting vegetables or working in warehouses or construction sites—heat illness can strike before you even realize it.

Learn More or Order »

Confined Space Entry

This program is designed to provide the viewer with safety basics in confined space entry. A “must-have” video if your people are required to enter confined spaces. Rescuers become victims in half of confined space accidents. This video covers such topics as oxygen deficiency, flammable and explosive gases, air monitoring and much more.

Learn More or Order »

Confined Space Safety – Permit Required

Working in a confined space can present hazardous atmospheres and physical dangers to employees. There are two types of confined spaces: Non-permit Required Confined Spaces and Permit-required Confined Spaces. This course will describe the dangers, best practices, and permit requirements necessary when working in a permit-required confined space. Based on: 29 CFR 1910.146: Permit-Required Confined Spaces

Learn More or Order »

Confined Space Entry – The Silent Killers

Failure to closely follow specific rules, regulations and confined space safety standards can guarantee serious injury or even death. This program is designed to provide the viewer with safety basics in confined space entry. A “must-have” video if your people are required to enter confined spaces. Rescuers become victims in half of confined space accidents. This video covers such topics as oxygen deficiency, flammable and explosive gases, air monitoring and much more.

Learn More or Order »

Accident Prevention, Reporting & Investigation

There generally are no “accidents” in the workplace. Research indicates that most “accidents” are usually work-related “incidents”. The difference? An accident cannot be stopped from occurring whereas an incident can usually be prevented. Consequently, almost all so-called “accidents” in the workplace are preventable, and need not happen. Plus, preventing accidents saves your company money.

Learn More or Order »

Lead Awareness

Before you cut, grind, or burn through any painted surface at work or at home, better make sure you know what you’re dealing with. Protect yourself and your team from unintentional lead exposure with this course that defines what lead is and provides information on its history and usage, reduction efforts, lead exposure, effects, detection and treatment, personal protective equipment (PPE), and prevention methods. Based on: 29 CFR 1910.1025: Lead

Learn More or Order »

Lead in the Workplace

Lead can be found in the air at home in paint, dishware, water, lead sadder used in plumbing. Workers are encouraged to monitor blood levels if exposed to lead. This program discusses the various lead exposures in the workplace with an emphasis on safety. Employees rarely understand the dangers of exposure to lead. Important facts regarding exposure to lead and the resulting ailments are discussed.

Learn More or Order »

First Steps in All First Aid Situations

The first moments of every emergency situation are always the most critical. Use this couse to learn about the “DR. ABC” method and the importance of quickly calling 9-1-1. This course also explains how and when to perform artificial respiration and CPR, as well as how to use an automatic or semiautomatic external defibrillator (AED). Based on: 30 CFR Part 46.5.c.2

Learn More or Order »
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