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OSHA-Related Management Training

OSHA-Related Management Training 7

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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OSHA-Related Management Training 8

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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OSHA-Related Management Training 9

Labor Management Safety Committees

One of the most important aspects of safety, efficiency and productivity is teamwork between labor and management. Safety committees composed of labor and management are the most effective. This program shows how to develop an effective safety committee. Also an excellent training program regarding the proper operation of a safety committee.

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OSHA-Related Management Training 10

Workplace Safety Inspection Checklist

Our Workplace Safety Inspection Checklist video gives you the opportunity to find the things you may have been missing. Do you know what should be on every inspection checklist? How do you know you are covering all the bases? You know the consequences if you aren’t checking everything, so why leave it to chance that you may not have all your bases covered? Covers unsafe conditions in the workplace and how to complete inspection forms.

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OSHA-Related Management Training 11

Employer’s Rights after OSHA Inspections

The information in this program is from the U.S. Department of Labor, OSHA, and 1989 Revised OSHA 3000 booklet. Refer to Occupational Safety and Health Act of 1970 or for any standards issued by OSHA. This program will assist companies on the procedures in responding to an OSHA citation.

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OSHA-Related Management Training 13

OSHA’s Eleven

Safety and loss prevention in the hospitality industry is a constant job. This program covers the topics of slips and falls, back injury prevention, bloodborne pathogens, hazard communication, reporting injuries and much more. The film includes comments from 11 hospitality loss prevention and security leaders on their experience , and offers tips to improve safety in all work environments.

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OSHA-Related Management Training 14

Introduction to OSHA

All states are mandated to participate in the OSHA program or establish their own program that is comparable to the Federal program. OSHA regulations cover all private sector employers with one or more workers in all states and U.S. territories. OSHA is here to stay. Workers, employers, industry and nation all benefit from this program. The key is to make safety a priority.

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OSHA-Related Management Training 15

Facts About OSHA Inspections

Under the Occupational Safety and Health Act of 1970, the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) are authorized to conduct workplace inspections to determine if employers were in compliance with standards. The General Duty Clause requires that every man and woman must be provided with a safe and healthful workplace. This program reviews the process of OSHA inspections.

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OSHA-Related Management Training 16

Workers’ Compensation Fraud

Workers’ Compensation Fraud occurs often. Workers’ Compensation is a valuable tool for all employees and employers. It’s called a no-fault system because if you’re injured at work or while working on a work related project, your medical benefits are covered. The employer buys workers’ compensation insurance to cover employees who are injured on the job. Each state has its own regulations and laws. This program explains the types of fraud, laws and penalties.

Learn More or Order »
OSHA-Related Management Training 17

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 »
OSHA-Related Management Training 18

Documentation of Safety Efforts

It is one thing to set your employees down and have them watch a video so that they know how to be safe, but what happens when they have a workplace accident and they decide to sue the company? You need to be able to show that you have documented your safety efforts and that employee was properly trained and that you can certify that they were. This documentation of safety efforts video will detail for you the importance of providing written documentation for training efforts.

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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 »
OSHA-Related Management Training 7

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 »
OSHA-Related Management Training 8

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 »
OSHA-Related Management Training 9

Labor Management Safety Committees

One of the most important aspects of safety, efficiency and productivity is teamwork between labor and management. Safety committees composed of labor and management are the most effective. This program shows how to develop an effective safety committee. Also an excellent training program regarding the proper operation of a safety committee.

Learn More or Order »
OSHA-Related Management Training 10

Workplace Safety Inspection Checklist

Our Workplace Safety Inspection Checklist video gives you the opportunity to find the things you may have been missing. Do you know what should be on every inspection checklist? How do you know you are covering all the bases? You know the consequences if you aren’t checking everything, so why leave it to chance that you may not have all your bases covered? Covers unsafe conditions in the workplace and how to complete inspection forms.

Learn More or Order »
OSHA-Related Management Training 11

Employer’s Rights after OSHA Inspections

The information in this program is from the U.S. Department of Labor, OSHA, and 1989 Revised OSHA 3000 booklet. Refer to Occupational Safety and Health Act of 1970 or for any standards issued by OSHA. This program will assist companies on the procedures in responding to an OSHA citation.

Learn More or Order »
OSHA-Related Management Training 13

OSHA’s Eleven

Safety and loss prevention in the hospitality industry is a constant job. This program covers the topics of slips and falls, back injury prevention, bloodborne pathogens, hazard communication, reporting injuries and much more. The film includes comments from 11 hospitality loss prevention and security leaders on their experience , and offers tips to improve safety in all work environments.

Learn More or Order »
OSHA-Related Management Training 14

Introduction to OSHA

All states are mandated to participate in the OSHA program or establish their own program that is comparable to the Federal program. OSHA regulations cover all private sector employers with one or more workers in all states and U.S. territories. OSHA is here to stay. Workers, employers, industry and nation all benefit from this program. The key is to make safety a priority.

Learn More or Order »
OSHA-Related Management Training 15

Facts About OSHA Inspections

Under the Occupational Safety and Health Act of 1970, the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) are authorized to conduct workplace inspections to determine if employers were in compliance with standards. The General Duty Clause requires that every man and woman must be provided with a safe and healthful workplace. This program reviews the process of OSHA inspections.

Learn More or Order »
OSHA-Related Management Training 16

Workers’ Compensation Fraud

Workers’ Compensation Fraud occurs often. Workers’ Compensation is a valuable tool for all employees and employers. It’s called a no-fault system because if you’re injured at work or while working on a work related project, your medical benefits are covered. The employer buys workers’ compensation insurance to cover employees who are injured on the job. Each state has its own regulations and laws. This program explains the types of fraud, laws and penalties.

Learn More or Order »
OSHA-Related Management Training 17

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 »
OSHA-Related Management Training 18

Documentation of Safety Efforts

It is one thing to set your employees down and have them watch a video so that they know how to be safe, but what happens when they have a workplace accident and they decide to sue the company? You need to be able to show that you have documented your safety efforts and that employee was properly trained and that you can certify that they were. This documentation of safety efforts video will detail for you the importance of providing written documentation for training efforts.

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 »