Schools Safety Training Videos Package Details
7002A SAFETY ORIENTATION FOR HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS - VIEW COURSE
As high school students you have been exposed to safety and accident prevention at school, home, and other places. As you move on to more challenging and responsible areas, personal safety and accident prevention requires more awareness and action on your part.
7003A TEACHER SAFETY ORIENTATION - VIEW COURSE
Schoolteachers have demanding responsibilities. Educating students is a big job in addition to having paperwork, supervisory responsibilities, and budgets. This program won't add to your workload; it might make your job easier - it's called safety.
7004A ADMINISTRATIVE EMPLOYEE SAFETY ORIENTATION - VIEW COURSE
Administrative employees in the school environment have demanding responsibilities. Educating students is a big job in addition to having paperwork, supervisory responsibilities, and budgets.
7007A SAFETY ORIENTATION AND ACCIDENT PREVENTION (Custodial and Maintenance) - VIEW COURSE
You are a vital part of the educational system. A clean, safe, efficient, and comfortable facility can enhance the learning process. Along with maintaining the facility, your job makes you the most qualified person to improve safety and health conditions.
7008A LAB SAFETY FOR HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS - VIEW COURSE
Lab Safety For High School Students - This program will not list all hazards or potential hazards in a lab environment and it's not intended to teach you everything you need to know about lab safety. It's designed to make you more aware of the need for safety, particularly in school science labs
7009A SHOP SAFETY FOR HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS - VIEW COURSE
As high school students, part of your responsibility to yourselves and your school is to achieve as much knowledge as possible. Shop classes are an extremely valuable part of the educational process, even if you don't intend to pursue mechanical trades as a vocation.
7010A ELEMENTARY PLAYGROUND SAFETY - VIEW COURSE
This program is not a cartoon or a funny story. We will discuss something very important and serious - safety. Safety is something you do to keep from getting hurt. School children and adults are too busy at work or school to always think about safety. This program will help you to start learning and thinking about safety.
7011A SCHOOL BUS SAFETY (Elementary School Students) - VIEW COURSE
This program teaches students how to safely board and exit the school bus. Topics: Boarding the School Bus, Exiting the School Bus
7013A SCHOOL CROSSING GUARD AND TRAFFIC CONTROL - VIEW COURSE
School Crossing Guard And Traffic Control - Over 50 years ago, many large cities recognized the need to help protect children on their way to and from school. Today, this important responsibility has been adopted in cities of all sizes.
7016A SCHOOL BUS INSPECTION - VIEW COURSE
You are currently aware of the need for safety and support the goals of a safety program. Safety is a moral and legal obligation, particularly when you mix school students with motor vehicles. As school bus professions, you know how important safety is and take your responsibility seriously.
7019A A GUIDE TO AHERA COMPLIANCE - VIEW COURSE
A Guide To AHERA Compliance - In the last decade, no environmental issue has had an impact on schools from both the operational and financial standpoint as asbestos. Asbestos is a naturally occurring mineral noted for its strength, durability, and fire resistant qualities
7020A SAFETY ORIENTATION - VIEW COURSE
With today’s technology, our work environment has changed. Workers must be efficient and well trained. There are responsibilities associated with our jobs which will include safety. Safety applies to everyone in all departments including the office.
7023A CONTROL OF HAZARDOUS ENERGY SOURCES - VIEW COURSE
Control of hazardous energy sources is a requirement that organizations must implement for the safety of all employees. This program is designed to explain the basic procedures, some terminology used in the procedures, and general requirements.
7024A SYSTEM LIFTING 2000 – BACK INJURY PREVENTION - VIEW COURSE
There are literally thousands of books, manuals, videos, seminars, multimedia, and other training materials relating to back injury prevention. There are many thousands of doctors who treat back pain. 25% of workplace accidents relate to back injuries causing 80 to 100 billion dollars lost every year in the United State alone.
7025A LIFTING SAFELY WITH BACK BELTS - VIEW COURSE
Lifting Safely With Back Belts - The vast majority of back injuries are preventable; however, many back problems are not the result of injury, but are the result of degeneration of the discs. Aging of the spinal disc material causes the most trouble and can cause extreme pain. What this means is that over the years, these delicate discs become worn and damaged.
7026A BACK INJURY PREVENTION - VIEW COURSE
According to the National Safety Council and medical research, 20% of backaches are attributed to inflammation such as arthritis. 10% are due to actual back injuries and other miscellaneous causes. 70% result from degeneration of spinal discs.
7027A CONFINED SPACE ENTRY - VIEW COURSE
Employees have been entering and working in confined spaces for many years. Most of them return safely, but many do not. Confined space entry must be approached with a professional attitude and a methodical system designed to prevent situations from escalating into a disaster.
7028A BACK INJURY PREVENTION THROUGH EXERCISE - VIEW COURSE
This program will outline a pro-active approach to back injury prevention, specifically a routine of exercise that will build up the strength and endurance of your back. Remember, a strong healthy back is less prone injury.
7029A BLOODBORNE PATHOGENS UPDATED - VIEW COURSE
This program is the latest and most up to date information available to Bloodborne Pathogens (BBP) and your safety when working in areas where you may be exposed to potentially harmful pathogens. If you have experience in the healthcare field, you know the dangers of BBP and how they are contracted.
7030A SAFETY COMMITTEES - THE REAL STORY - VIEW COURSE
When a safety committee is properly formed, supported and budgeted they can be invaluable to the safety program. It's important to understand the reasons why safety committees fall or die a slow death. This program covers the assignments and responsibilities of the safety committee members.
7031A HOW TO INVESTIGATE AN ACCIDENT - VIEW COURSE
Workplace accidents may lead to property damage or work injuries. There are non-injury accidents and injury accidents. Most companies provide a safe and healthy work environment. Companies and supervisors must take an active role in accident prevention and accident investigation as an integral part of their safety program.
7032A AMERICANS WITH DISABILITIES ACT (ADA) - VIEW COURSE
The American Disabilities Act (ADA) was signed into law on July 26, 1990. The goal of ADA is to allow Americans with disabilities to lead productive lives by providing minor accommodations. It is designed as a federal anti-discrimination statute to make public and private entities accessible to people with disabilities.
7033A INJURY AND ILLNESS PREVENTION PLAN - VIEW COURSE
People have demonstrated a willingness to take chances in exchange for certain gains. In the safety field it might be a forklift operator to drive fast to gain a little more productivity. This can produce accidents and property damage.
7036A VIOLENCE IN THE WORKPLACE - VIEW COURSE
More than half of all workplace homicides occur in retail or service setting such as convenience stores, taxicab services, and gas stations. Homicide is the leading cause of death in these industries. Three-fourths of these homicides occur during robberies.
7037A LADDER SAFETY - VIEW COURSE
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.
7039A EYE PROTECTION – A NEW APPROACH - VIEW COURSE
Nature has tried to protect the eyes from injury by providing us with a number of built in devices. These natural defenses protect the eyes from minor injuries, but they are not sufficient to protect our eyes from heavy exposures that exist in industry today.
7040A PERSONAL PROTECTIVE EQUIPMENT - VIEW COURSE
Personal Protective Equipment -There is always a need for personal protective equipment on many jobs performed in the workplace. Personal protective equipment (PPE) is one of the best ways to protect your health and safety.
7041A HEARING CONSERVATION - VIEW COURSE
Noise is a fact of life we cannot ignore. Noise can damage your hearing permanently, that's why it's important to protect your hearing at work, home, and everywhere else.
7042A RESPIRATORS - THE NEW RULES - VIEW COURSE
Employers have protected their workers from potentially harmful gas, fumes, mists, vapors and airborne contaminants. Respiratory protection comes in a variety of models. There have been many improvements in respiratory technology as well as improved knowledge on how to protect people exposed to harmful contaminants.
7043A RESPIRATOR SELECTION - VIEW COURSE
Anyone wearing a respirator must be trained and authorized by the company in several different areas such as how to put on and take off the respirator. We call that donning and doffing. The process is simple, but it does require some basic knowledge, which we'll now review.
7044A FIT TESTING UNDER NEW NIOSH STANDARDS - VIEW COURSE
This short program explains the new rules and procedures for proper fit testing of respiratory equipment. These new standards have established new filtering efficiency and performance criteria for all non-powered, air-purifying, particulate-filter respirators.
7045A EMERGENCY RESPONDERS - BLOODBORNE PATHOGENS - VIEW COURSE
Bloodborne Pathogens -Emergency medical responders save lives. Emergency responders are highly skilled professionals dedicated to their jobs and they perform these jobs above and beyond the call of duty on a daily basis.
7046A NEEDLESTICK INJURY PREVENTION 2000 - VIEW COURSE
This short training program is designed to heighten awareness relating to needlestick injuries and to provide measures you can use to reduce these potentially serious injuries.
7047A MY PRECIOUS EYES – THE GORY STORY - VIEW COURSE
Please be warned that some of the pictures and information you are about to see are very graphic. If you do not want to see graphic and explicit pictures of serious eye injuries, notify your trainer so you may be excused. No further warnings will be given.
7048A UNSAFE ACTS – HUMAN BEHAVIOR - VIEW COURSE
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.
7050A VIDEO DISPLAY TERMINAL SAFETY - VIEW COURSE
More than 115 million VDTs are in use in the United States and Canada. There are hazards involved in working with VDTs such as causing physical problems
7051A ERGONOMICS - VIEW COURSE
Your ergonomics program will never be completed – it requires a continuing effort. This program discusses the major elements required for an effective ergonomics program.
7052A ERGONOMICS FOR THE 21ST CENTURY - VIEW COURSE
Most companies have an effective safety program because employers care about all their employees. A part of the safety program includes ergonomics. Ergonomics emerged during World War II when engineers began working with airplane pilots to determine if flying could be made more comfortable.
7053A FLAMMABLE LIQUID SAFETY - VIEW COURSE
It is critical to understand the basic technical, terminology of chemicals in order to understand the potential hazards associated with such materials. It is important to know the different signs and warning labels on flammable liquids and the harm they may cause.
7054A CHEMICAL SAFETY - VIEW COURSE
Chemicals can improve our lives, if we do not understand them, they can be harmful. The information about a chemical is on the label. It is important to be informed and aware of chemicals and chemical safety.
7055A HAZARDOUS MATERIALS SPILL - CLEAN UP - VIEW COURSE
Hazardous materials in the workplace such as chlorine, methane, acids and gases may endanger your life or health. Spills or leaks of these materials must be taken seriously. Hazardous materials at home may include pesticides, cleaners, gasoline and paint thinner.
7056A HAZARDOUS FLAMMABLE MATERIALS - VIEW COURSE
There are many hazardous materials that are very dangerous. They are safe to use if you follow the manufacturer's instructions and the company's safety procedures. Hazard materials can cause injuries if not used correctly. This program will focus on safety when working with hazardous materials and flammables.
7058A ASBESTOS – BUILDING INSPECTIONS - VIEW COURSE
Asbestos is derived from a Greek adjective meaning inextinguishable. It is referred to as the miracle fiber. Asbestos is a severe health hazards. It is no longer wise, economical or healthy to use asbestos.
7059A FLAMMABLES – COMBUSTIBLES - VIEW COURSE
Flammables and combustibles, we use them every day at work and at home and we don't think anything about it. Things like hair spray, spray paint, gasoline for our automobiles, cleaning solvents, and many other things are both flammable and/or combustible.
7060A FIRE PREVENTION RESPONSIBILITY - VIEW COURSE
Since we have taled a bit about flammables and combustibles, it's time to talk about something even more basic; Fire Prevention. Now, everyone is for fire prevention, but what does it take to achieve the goal?
7061A FIRE EXTINGUISHER 2000 - VIEW COURSE
Not everyone understands or knows how to use fire extinguishers. There are different extinguishers for each type of fire. This program will provide information and help become familiar with extinguishers, fire prevention and understanding an emergency action in the event of a fire.
7062A CARBON MONOXIDE POISONING - VIEW COURSE
Carbon Monoxide (CO) is an odorless gas. CO is one of the most common chemical killers in industry and home. All industries include carbon monoxide among their potential hazards. The most common hazard of CO is poisoning.
7065A FORKLIFT UPDATE FOR EXPERIENCED OPERATORS - VIEW COURSE
Anyone required to operate forklifts must be trained in a wide variety of topics including engineering principles, forklift operating rules, equipment characteristics, environmental hazards, operator maintenance, hazardous locations, surface operating conditions, site-specific operations, potential hazards, and other information.
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