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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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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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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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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.

Learn More or Order »

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.

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Winter Driving Safety

Always follow your company’s policies and procedures and use your own experience and good judgment when operating any type of vehicle in bad weather. This program was designed by international driving experts. Covers the different type of winter hazards found throughout the country. Teaches how to recognize hazards and avoid accidents!

Learn More or Order »

Safe Operation of Motor Vehicles

It helps to remind each and every person who operates a motor vehicle, be it 18-wheelers, trucks, vans, or any type of motor vehicle, about some of the more important responsibilities each of us have as vehicle operators. Common courtesy, defensive driving, following legal speed limits and avoiding alcohol is the best investment for everyone. This program is not intended to serve as a vehicle operator’s training program, but simply a reminder to some of the more important driving tips all of us tend to forget from time to time.

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Ladder Safety (Long)

Ladders are tools commonly used to gain access to higher levels that are otherwise unreachable. This course describes different types of ladders, as well as ladder construction, ladder selection, height requirements, weight capacity, hazardous conditions, inspections, ladder setup, safe practices when using ladders, storage, and maintenance. Based on: 29 CFR 1910 Subpart D: Walking-Working Surfaces

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Ladder Safety

Thousands of individuals are injured from falling off a ladder each year. Most injuries are caused by slipping on grease, oil and solvents left on the rungs and sides of the ladder. The ladder should be inspected before use. Use the appropriate size ladder for the job. The same safety rules apply to all types of ladders. This program addresses the various types of ladders and how to use them safely.

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Sanitation for Cafeteria Food Service Areas

Through someone’s carelessness, microorganisms were allowed to get on food, which can occur with chicken, beef, pork, and a variety of other foods.

Stresses cleanliness, personal hygiene for in plant cafeterias. Provides training in important areas of bacteria and insect/rodent control, temperatures and more.

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Fall Prevention and Protection

This course highlights numerous methods of prevention and protection, including fall arrest systems, the equipment associated with fall prevention and protection systems, vertical and horizontal lifelines, as well as inspection and maintenance guidelines. This course also discusses associated topics such as the proper procedure for putting on a body harness, lifeline swing hazards, calculating fall space clearance, and harness suspension syndrome. Based on: 29 CFR 1910.66 App C: Personal Fall Arrest System

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Fall Protection

Personal fall system protection can be a full body harness, lanyard, snap hooks and an anchorage point. Employees must be kept informed of fall protections, OSHA standards, equipment and everything necessary to prevent falls. This program provides information on the various types of fall protection, when and how to use the protective equipment with emphasis on safety.

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 »

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 »

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 »

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 »

Winter Driving Safety

Always follow your company’s policies and procedures and use your own experience and good judgment when operating any type of vehicle in bad weather. This program was designed by international driving experts. Covers the different type of winter hazards found throughout the country. Teaches how to recognize hazards and avoid accidents!

Learn More or Order »

Safe Operation of Motor Vehicles

It helps to remind each and every person who operates a motor vehicle, be it 18-wheelers, trucks, vans, or any type of motor vehicle, about some of the more important responsibilities each of us have as vehicle operators. Common courtesy, defensive driving, following legal speed limits and avoiding alcohol is the best investment for everyone. This program is not intended to serve as a vehicle operator’s training program, but simply a reminder to some of the more important driving tips all of us tend to forget from time to time.

Learn More or Order »

Ladder Safety (Long)

Ladders are tools commonly used to gain access to higher levels that are otherwise unreachable. This course describes different types of ladders, as well as ladder construction, ladder selection, height requirements, weight capacity, hazardous conditions, inspections, ladder setup, safe practices when using ladders, storage, and maintenance. Based on: 29 CFR 1910 Subpart D: Walking-Working Surfaces

Learn More or Order »

Ladder Safety

Thousands of individuals are injured from falling off a ladder each year. Most injuries are caused by slipping on grease, oil and solvents left on the rungs and sides of the ladder. The ladder should be inspected before use. Use the appropriate size ladder for the job. The same safety rules apply to all types of ladders. This program addresses the various types of ladders and how to use them safely.

Learn More or Order »

Sanitation for Cafeteria Food Service Areas

Through someone’s carelessness, microorganisms were allowed to get on food, which can occur with chicken, beef, pork, and a variety of other foods.

Stresses cleanliness, personal hygiene for in plant cafeterias. Provides training in important areas of bacteria and insect/rodent control, temperatures and more.

Learn More or Order »

Fall Prevention and Protection

This course highlights numerous methods of prevention and protection, including fall arrest systems, the equipment associated with fall prevention and protection systems, vertical and horizontal lifelines, as well as inspection and maintenance guidelines. This course also discusses associated topics such as the proper procedure for putting on a body harness, lifeline swing hazards, calculating fall space clearance, and harness suspension syndrome. Based on: 29 CFR 1910.66 App C: Personal Fall Arrest System

Learn More or Order »

Fall Protection

Personal fall system protection can be a full body harness, lanyard, snap hooks and an anchorage point. Employees must be kept informed of fall protections, OSHA standards, equipment and everything necessary to prevent falls. This program provides information on the various types of fall protection, when and how to use the protective equipment with emphasis on safety.

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 »