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Vehicle Inspection for Cars & Light Trucks

A pre-trip vehicle inspection safety video will train your employees that sometimes the only way to know who is responsible for the condition of a vehicle before and after it is signed out, but do your employees know…

The answer lies in doing a proper pre-trip vehicle inspection. “Car and Light Truck Pre-Trip Vehicle Inspection” is your answer on how to train your employees to do more than fill out their inspection sheet, but to make sure that responsibility is in the right place.

Learn More or Order »
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Homicide in the Workplace

Violence in the workplace happens in just about every business across the nation and in every country. According to statistics, homicide is the third leading cause of occupational injury deaths in the United States. This program is designed to identify and how to prevent workplace violence and homicide. Train your employees for the signs of violence before they become statistics.

Learn More or Order »
Accident Prevention 9

Customer Accidents: 3rd Party Liability

This comprehensive program will train your supervisors & employees in the proper ways of handling 3rd party accidents. Slips & falls, property damage, vendor or customer accidents can be very costly if correct procedures are not followed. Your employees are already focusing on making their workplace safe, but what about retail, hospitality and other environments where the public may be involved in an accident?

Learn More or Order »
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Reducing Unsafe Acts of Office Employees

According to the insurance industry, government agencies and the National Safety Council, most industrial accidents and injuries are attributed to unsafe acts of employees. “Unsafe acts” mean taking a shortcut in a work procedure, not following company safety rules and negligence. This program will focus on the types of unsafe acts by employees and corrective methods.

Learn More or Order »
Accident Prevention 12

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 »
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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.

Learn More or Order »
Accident Prevention 14

Safety and the Supervisor

Who is responsible for safety at your company? Is it the safety manager? No, the supervisors are responsible for the safety of all employees. This video not only explains what a safety program is but also shows how the supervisors actions and enforcement of the rules are the key factors in whether or not a safety program succeeds or fails.

Learn More or Order »
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Supervisor’s Guide to Accident Investigation

Do your supervisors know the proper way to investigate an accident? If they don’t, the lack of knowledge can be costly to your company for many years. This program covers the basics of accident investigation & the facts to consider in developing an accident report. Additionally, a full accident scenario is reenacted to demonstrate the process.

Learn More or Order »
package deal 5 safety training videos

Package Deal—5 Safety Training Videos

The perfect starter kit for your company’s safety video library!

–Basic Employee Safety Responsibilities: Safety Orientation
–Manual Material Safe Lifting and Back Injury Prevention
–Fire Extinguisher Training and Fire Prevention
–Hazard Communications Training for the Workplace
–Forklifts and Powered Industrial Truck Training

Learn More or Order »
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Top 10 OSHA Violations

If safety is the name of the game, OSHA is not something you want problems with. You know they aim to help you make your business safe, so knowing what they know, and perhaps more importantly, what they typically find during inspections, will not only help you stay out of the way of violations but also to win the game of safety.

Learn More or Order »
Accident Prevention 17

Employee Productivity

This program is designed to provide solutions to employee productivity. It’s been said that a company is only as good as its supervisors. Good supervision by a good supervisor. A good supervisor is the link between employees and upper level management, a role model, a leader, an evaluator, should also be flexible and fair.

Learn More or Order »
Accident Prevention 7

Vehicle Inspection for Cars & Light Trucks

A pre-trip vehicle inspection safety video will train your employees that sometimes the only way to know who is responsible for the condition of a vehicle before and after it is signed out, but do your employees know…

The answer lies in doing a proper pre-trip vehicle inspection. “Car and Light Truck Pre-Trip Vehicle Inspection” is your answer on how to train your employees to do more than fill out their inspection sheet, but to make sure that responsibility is in the right place.

Learn More or Order »
Accident Prevention 8

Homicide in the Workplace

Violence in the workplace happens in just about every business across the nation and in every country. According to statistics, homicide is the third leading cause of occupational injury deaths in the United States. This program is designed to identify and how to prevent workplace violence and homicide. Train your employees for the signs of violence before they become statistics.

Learn More or Order »
Accident Prevention 9

Customer Accidents: 3rd Party Liability

This comprehensive program will train your supervisors & employees in the proper ways of handling 3rd party accidents. Slips & falls, property damage, vendor or customer accidents can be very costly if correct procedures are not followed. Your employees are already focusing on making their workplace safe, but what about retail, hospitality and other environments where the public may be involved in an accident?

Learn More or Order »
Accident Prevention 11

Reducing Unsafe Acts of Office Employees

According to the insurance industry, government agencies and the National Safety Council, most industrial accidents and injuries are attributed to unsafe acts of employees. “Unsafe acts” mean taking a shortcut in a work procedure, not following company safety rules and negligence. This program will focus on the types of unsafe acts by employees and corrective methods.

Learn More or Order »
Accident Prevention 12

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 »
Accident Prevention 13

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 »
Accident Prevention 14

Safety and the Supervisor

Who is responsible for safety at your company? Is it the safety manager? No, the supervisors are responsible for the safety of all employees. This video not only explains what a safety program is but also shows how the supervisors actions and enforcement of the rules are the key factors in whether or not a safety program succeeds or fails.

Learn More or Order »
Accident Prevention 15

Supervisor’s Guide to Accident Investigation

Do your supervisors know the proper way to investigate an accident? If they don’t, the lack of knowledge can be costly to your company for many years. This program covers the basics of accident investigation & the facts to consider in developing an accident report. Additionally, a full accident scenario is reenacted to demonstrate the process.

Learn More or Order »
package deal 5 safety training videos

Package Deal—5 Safety Training Videos

The perfect starter kit for your company’s safety video library!

–Basic Employee Safety Responsibilities: Safety Orientation
–Manual Material Safe Lifting and Back Injury Prevention
–Fire Extinguisher Training and Fire Prevention
–Hazard Communications Training for the Workplace
–Forklifts and Powered Industrial Truck Training

Learn More or Order »
Accident Prevention 16

Top 10 OSHA Violations

If safety is the name of the game, OSHA is not something you want problems with. You know they aim to help you make your business safe, so knowing what they know, and perhaps more importantly, what they typically find during inspections, will not only help you stay out of the way of violations but also to win the game of safety.

Learn More or Order »
Accident Prevention 17

Employee Productivity

This program is designed to provide solutions to employee productivity. It’s been said that a company is only as good as its supervisors. Good supervision by a good supervisor. A good supervisor is the link between employees and upper level management, a role model, a leader, an evaluator, should also be flexible and fair.

Learn More or Order »