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Safety Orientation in Office Environments

You don’t think about accidents in the office…but they happen all the time. There are a lot more things happening in the office environment than meets the eye! This video has modules covering office equipment, electrical safety, safe lifting techniques, common office hazards, fire prevention and more.

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Safe Operation of Overhead Cranes and Hoists

There are a variety of cranes, hoists and rigging devices used for lifting and moving material. It is important to use caution and exercise good judgment when working around or near this equipment. This program emphasizes the safety procedures when operating cranes and hoists, and is designed to educate and reinforce crane and hoist operator responsibilities.

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High Impact

This program is the true account of a maintenance person who had his arm crushed. Shows the various stages of the injury, from surgery to recovery & finally back to work. This maintenance worker had a 25 year accident free record, and yet his life was dramatically changed by this accident.

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Fire Prevention and Chemical Training (5-Minute)

Topics included are fire prevention techniques, flammable chemical safety and the proper way to store compressed gas cylinders. The Program is intended to assist employers to comply with OSHA training requirements. Fire prevention and proper response is extremely important and should be taken seriously by everyone in the workplace.

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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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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.

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Ergonomics and Video Display Terminals (VDTs)

Like any tool or workstation, if you do not use the computer correctly, you can cause damage to your body including eyestrain, carpal tunnel syndrome, and stiff neck and back. Video display terminals are used in all modern offices. Improper use can lead to ergonomic injuries. Prevent these injuries following the procedures described by this program.

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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.

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Employee Involvement in Ergonomics

An overview of Ergonomics and how employees can become involved in the process of making the workplace more ‘user friendly”. Some products and their correct useage are also discussed. The company can provide the proper equipment, but in the end the worker has to make suggestions on how to improve the ergonomics of performing the job. This program is to make viewers aware of ergonomics and how specific techniques can help prevent injuries in the workplace.

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Bloodborne Pathogens

This course defines bloodborne pathogens and describes common methods of transmission. It also provides details related to exposure risks, exposure prevention, and steps to take in the event of exposure to blood or potentially infected material. Hepatitis B, HIV, proper hygiene, and waste disposal are also discussed.

Based on: 29 CFR 1910.1030: Bloodborne Pathogens

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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.

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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

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Maintenance Person Safety

To be sure your maintenance people are properly trained, this program provides information on proper lockout/tagout techniques, electrical safety, machine guarding, safe lifting & much more! An excellent safety awareness tool for both new and experienced employees.

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Machine Guarding and Conveyors Safety

This short program is designed to explain some of the basics of machine guarding and to give you information relating to potential hazards you can avoid by working and acting safely around equipment and machinery. Discusses control of hazardous energy source (Lockout/Tagout) machine guarding requirements and personal responsibility when working with moving parts of machines.

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Cranes, Chains, Slings and Hoists

This program illustrates the proper use and maintenance of cranes and lifting devices with emphasis on safety. The most important safety feature is the operator’s knowledge of how to use, inspect, and maintain the equipment.  Training is essential for anyone operating cranes, chains, hoists or slings. This program meets OSHA requirements and will help your employees to maintain a safe & efficient workplace.

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Gas Welding Safety

There are safety procedures that must be followed when working with gas welding and cutting operations. Each company is responsible for developing specific guidelines, policies and procedures. This program focuses on gas welding safety awareness. Explains cylinder connections, valves, “cracking” and basic safety procedures when using fuel, Gas welding and cutting.

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Arc Welding Safety

Every company is responsible for developing specific guidelines, policies and procedures. Arc welding is a safe operation if you follow procedures and not take shortcuts. This program is simply a guideline of basic safety measures, designed as safety awareness – not a complete or comprehensive program. Don’t be fooled by their simplicity. Arc welding is very dangerous and can be taken for granted. An excellent review of Arc Welding safety, safety hazards and health hazards associated with this type of welding operations.

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Portable Grinders and Abrasive Wheels

This short program is designed to explain some of the basics of machine guarding and to give you information relating to potential hazards you can avoid by working and acting safely around equipment and machinery. Discusses control of hazardous energy source (Lockout/Tagout) machine guarding requirements and personal responsibility when working with moving parts of machines.

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Machine Guarding Responsibility

This short program is designed to explain some of the basics of machine guarding and to give you information relating to potential hazards you can avoid by working and acting safely around equipment and machinery. Discusses control of hazardous energy source (Lockout/Tagout) machine guarding requirements and personal responsibility when working with moving parts of machines.

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