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Results for Learning Path: Workplace Safety
The first thirty seconds after discovering a fire is critical. Within those few moments a decision to fight a fire must be made and knowing when to fight and when to flee can mean the difference between life and death. The program describes how to best use an extinguisher and when not to use it.
you’ve got an employee who consistently ignores certain safety rules and needs to understand safety regulations must be adhered to. What do you do? This video scenario provides the just-in-time information and tools needed to help a manager address the situation while maintaining a respectful workplace.
Keeping safe when returning to work after a pandemic or sickness is a priority for the entire organization. These easy-to-use cards provide an easy-to-remember model (C.O.V.I.D.) along with thought-provoking questions for maintaining a safe work environment. These cards are great for a quick reminder, reinforcement or as a conversation generator.
You're back at work after many months of working from home due to a health scare. Someone is sent home because of a cough. You see them back at work the very next day. Management doesn't seem concerned. But then there are rumblings and someone makes a veiled threat about taking care of it. What do you do?
A module specifically created for managers covering the bullying topic and how to address and prevent it in the workplace.
Specifically designed to be an orientation video program for new employees - it also provides a review for seasoned workers or a point of departure toward a more in-depth training cycle for the general employee population.
This program shows how people tempt fate and risk injury -- or death -- with unsafe behaviors. It covers eight safety topics. Eight people selected are shown doing unsafe things and paying the price for it. Their number was up.
This program will help your employees identify potential hazards and use techniques to avoid injury when entering or exiting a vehicle and while traversing steps, sidewalks and turns.
This asset reviews violence prevention strategies, including how to create an atmosphere where employees are encouraged to report threats of violence, and feel comfortable doing so.
This program teaches employees how to spot and diffuse potentially explosive situations instead of waiting to respond when the worst occurs.
Conducting a valid and useful accident investigation is an opportunity to influence the work environment of those around you. It requires tact, diligence, thoughtful communication, and an understanding of the work environment.
This program is specifically designed to inform viewers about air-purifying respirators — their benefits and limitations, selection, fit testing, cleaning, storage, and inspection procedures.
This video teaches employees how to make a systematic evaluation of the entire ammonia system, determine if problem areas exist and make sure the ammonia system at your facility remains under control.
This program runs through various techniques, including proper work postures and lifting techniques, to reduce back stress.
Back to Basics is a quick paced, informative program to help employees understand back injuries and the precautions they can take to prevent these most costly lost time incidents. This version does not include the use of belts.
Back to Basics™ is a quick paced, informative program to help employees understand back injuries and the precautions they can take to prevent these most costly lost time incidents.
This program explains the basic principles of electrical energy in an easy-to-understand, non-technical way. If electricity escapes the path of its intended circuits, the results can be shock, burns, respiratory failure, asphyxiation, internal bleeding and cardiac arrest to the human body, as well as physical damage to surrounding property.
This program provides training for emergency response personnel on the Federal OSHA Standard on Blood borne Diseases. It discusses the risks of occupational exposure to the hepatitis B and HIV viruses.
This program addresses the nature of bloodborne pathogens, the federal standard and facility exposure control plan, protective measures, Hepatitis B vaccination, emergency procedures as well as training and record-keeping.
This program addresses the nature of bloodborne pathogens, the federal standard and facility exposure control plan, "Universal Precautions" (this is known as "Standard Precautions" in the healthcare version in accordance with Centers for Disease Control guidelines), protective measures, Hepatitis B vaccination, emergency procedures as well as training and record-keeping.