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360 Videos

  • 360 Housekeeping Training - SS360_01E

    This is 360 video training! If you are wearing V.R. Goggles, look around! If you are using a computer or laptop, simply click and hold on the video, then drag the screen to where you want to look. Using a cell phone or tablet? Even better! Once full screen you can simply move your phone or tablet to look around. You can also tap, hold and drag the screen to look around as well. Enjoy this immersive experience.
  • 360 Restaurant Kitchen Training - SS360_02E

    This training will help you identify common hazards found in the kitchen.

Agricultural Training

  • Combustible Dust Awareness - AP4289E

    Combustible dust hazards exist in a wide variety of industries: grain handling, food processing, plastics, wood and paper products, textiles, pharmaceuticals, and metal fabrication, among many others. In fact, OSHA has identified over 13 products or materials that can present combustible dust hazards. In the last 3 years, over 16 workers have been killed and more than 85 seriously injured in combustible dust explosions. The average cost of a major dust explosion in property damage alone is over $3,5,. Your first line of defense against a dust explosion is awareness. This safety video provides workers with a general awareness of how combustible dust explosion are caused and what they can do to recognize and mitigate possible hazards before it????s too late.
  • Combustible Dust Awareness - Spanish- AP4289S

    Combustible dust hazards exist in a wide variety of industries: grain handling, food processing, plastics, wood and paper products, textiles, pharmaceuticals, and metal fabrication, among many others. In fact, OSHA has identified over 13 products or materials that can present combustible dust hazards. In the last 3 years, over 16 workers have been killed and more than 85 seriously injured in combustible dust explosions. The average cost of a major dust explosion in property damage alone is over $3,5,. Your first line of defense against a dust explosion is awareness. This safety video provides workers with a general awareness of how combustible dust explosion are caused and what they can do to recognize and mitigate possible hazards before it????s too late.
  • Fall Protection: Fixed Ladders, Catwalks & Stairs – SS16025AE (8 min.)

    This program examines potential fall hazards when working at a grain elevator. The primary concerns are fixed ladders, stairs and catwalks. The program outlines the potential hazards associated with these 3 types of access/egress and shows ways these hazards can be reduced or eliminated. Proper inspection procedures along with safe rules of use are presented in a concise, to the point manner.
  • Fall Protection: Fixed Ladders, Catwalks & Stairs – SS16025AS (8 min.) Spanish

    This program examines potential fall hazards when working at a grain elevator. The primary concerns are fixed ladders, stairs and catwalks. The program outlines the potential hazards associated with these 3 types of access/egress and shows ways these hazards can be reduced or eliminated. Proper inspection procedures along with safe rules of use are presented in a concise, to the point manner.
  • Grain Elevator Safety – SS16026AE (10 min.)

    There are a multitude of potential hazards when working in or near a grain elevator. This programs takes a detailed look at: Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) Confined Space Entry Grain Bins Grain Dust Explosions The information isn’t complicated, but it’s necessary to prevent serious and costly incidents at your facility.
  • Grain Elevator Safety – SS16026AS (10 min.) Spanish

    There are a multitude of potential hazards when working in or near a grain elevator. This programs takes a detailed look at: Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) Confined Space Entry Grain Bins Grain Dust Explosions The information isn’t complicated, but it’s necessary to prevent serious and costly incidents at your facility.
  • Heat Stress: Facts and Prevention - SS1007IE

    Heat Illness...it can happen to just about anybody working in hot or humid conditions. It can be serious. It can be fatal. But, it' doesn't have to be. A few simple, easy to do steps can mean the difference between just another day at work and a serious medical emergency. This video outlines these steps in an easy to understand manner.
  • Heat Stress: The Facts - SS1007IS (12 min.) SPANISH

    More illnesses are surfacing from employees working in abnormally high temperatures, such as in a hot warehouse or warm assembly environment. This video discusses heat stroke, heat stress, fainting, and precautions to take when working in a hot environment.
  • Packing House Safety - SS16032AE (18 mins.)

    Employees working in a packing house have a wide variety of jobs that need to be done during the season, and many safety hazards to learn about. There are basic rules and procedures that all packing house personnel must learn. This program covers warning signs and tags, lockout/tagout and machine guarding, safe lifting, workspace ergonomics, housekeeping, forklift safety and traffic control, electrical safety, chemical safety, emergency response and more....
  • Pesticide Safety: The Basics - SS16031AE (5 mins)

    Employee Training is extremely important when it comes to using pesticides. Workers are protected under the Worker Protection Standard and the Hazard Communication Standard regarding hazardous substances in the workplace. Any agricultural worker must be trained in Basic Pesticide Safety rules before entering a pesticide treated area.
  • Pesticides Safety Training - SS16030AE (6 mins)

    Pesticides: Safety Training - Both the Worker Protection Standard and the Hazard Communication Standard mandate training for all Agricultural employees that come in contact with Pesticides. This training is required for Handlers, Early Entry Workers, and all other agriculture workers before they acquire five separate days of entry into pesticide treated areas after the REI expires
  • Respiratory Protection: The Facts - SS1030BE (17 mins)

    Sometimes it is difficult to respect a hazard you can’t see or one that may take years to affect you. Respirators can provide protection, but only if they are worn and used properly. Respiratory Protection creates an awareness and respect for the hazards by demonstrating with highly effective graphics how the respiratory system works and the effects of different airborne hazards. The program covers proper use, care and maintenance of air-purifying respirators and the importance of proper selection and fit. Respiratory Protection will educate and motivate your worker on when and how to properly use their air-purifying respirator.
  • Respiratory Protection: The Facts - SS1030BS (18 mins) Spanish

    Sometimes it is difficult to respect a hazard you can’t see or one that may take years to affect you. Respirators can provide protection, but only if they are worn and used properly. Respiratory Protection creates an awareness and respect for the hazards by demonstrating with highly effective graphics how the respiratory system works and the effects of different airborne hazards. The program covers proper use, care and maintenance of air-purifying respirators and the importance of proper selection and fit. Respiratory Protection will educate and motivate your worker on when and how to properly use their air-purifying respirator.
  • Tractor Hand Signals - SS16029AE (4 mins)

    Hand signals to effectively communicate with tractor operators.
  • Tractor Safety - SS16028AE

    This video outlines all the basic skills to safely operate a tractor.
  • Working Safely Around Rail Cars – SS16027AE (9 min.)

    A train is a powerful machine that needs to be respected. Working around trains requires constant vigilance and attention to safety. This program is a great way to raise awareness and explain potential rail yard hazards to employees working in this environment, whether working atop trains, near tracks or any where near a train in your facility. One small mistake near a train can have grave consequences. This program is a great tool to help minimize this risk.
  • Working Safely Around Rail Cars – SS16027AS (9 min.) Spanish

    A train is a powerful machine that needs to be respected. Working around trains requires constant vigilance and attention to safety. This program is a great way to raise awareness and explain potential rail yard hazards to employees working in this environment, whether working atop trains, near tracks or any where near a train in your facility. One small mistake near a train can have grave consequences. This program is a great tool to help minimize this risk.

Aviation Safety Series

  • Aviation Dangerous Goods - SS4002AS Spanish

    Flight attendants have a lot of responsibilities. But, the primary objective of the Flight Attendant job is safety. Safety requires knowledge that comes from both training and experience. In this program we examine a typical business aviation Flight Attendant trip with emphasis on safety awareness.
  • Aviation Dangerous Goods – SS4002AE (17 min.)

    Dangerous goods, restricted articles, hazardous materials, dangerous cargo…they are all different names for the same thing…items that may endanger the safety of an aircraft or persons on board the aircraft. Common items such as batteries, dry ice and others are discussed as well as what can and cannot be taken aboard the aircraft, what can only be taken on as a carry-on item and what can only stowed as baggage.
  • Aviation Flight Attendant Safety - SS4001AS Spanish

    Flight attendants have a lot of responsibilities. But, the primary objective of the Flight Attendant job is safety. Safety requires knowledge that comes from both training and experience. In this program we examine a typical business aviation Flight Attendant trip with emphasis on safety awareness.
  • Aviation Flight Attendant Safety – SS4001AE (17 min.)

    Flight attendants have a lot of responsibilities. But, the primary objective of the Flight Attendant job is safety. Safety requires knowledge that comes from both training and experience. In this program we examine a typical business aviation Flight Attendant trip with emphasis on safety awareness.
  • Aviation Ladder Safety - SS4003AS Spanish

    This video examines the potential hazards and unsafe behaviors and provides procedures to minimize risk when using any of the 5 ladder types common in aviation facilities: Step ladders Two-sided ladders Extension ladders Mobile Elevated stairs And fixed equipment ladders
  • Aviation Ladder Safety – SS4003AE (16 min.)

    This video examines the potential hazards and unsafe behaviors and provides procedures to minimize risk when using any of the 5 ladder types common in aviation facilities: Step ladders Two-sided ladders Extension ladders Mobile Elevated stairs And fixed equipment ladders
  • Aviation Lockout/Tagout - SS4000AE

    Lockout/Tagout procedures may be necessary for many pieces of equipment in your facility during maintenance or repair. This program is a great tool for training “affected” and “authorized” employees in lockout/tagout procedures. This includes workers in maintenance areas. A lack of knowledge pertaining to proper lockout/tagout procedures can have tragic results.
  • Aviation Lockout/Tagout - SS4000AS Spanish

    Lockout/Tagout procedures may be necessary for many pieces of equipment in your facility during maintenance or repair. This program is a great tool for training “affected” and “authorized” employees in lockout/tagout procedures. This includes workers in maintenance areas. A lack of knowledge pertaining to proper lockout/tagout procedures can have tragic results.

Back Injury Prevention

  • Back Injury Prevention - SS5006AE (11 min.)

    This program stresses preparation, technique and fitness as the keys to back injury prevention. The importance of stretching and warming up is stressed as a way to be proactive about back safety. Safe lifting techniques are vital in a supermarket/grocery environment due to the wide range of lifting challenges. A variety of situations are presented along with ways to prevent strain, stress or injury.
  • Back Injury Prevention - SS5006AS (11 min.) Spanish

    This program stresses preparation, technique and fitness as the keys to back injury prevention. The importance of stretching and warming up is stressed as a way to be proactive about back safety. Safe lifting techniques are vital in a supermarket/grocery environment due to the wide range of lifting challenges. A variety of situations are presented along with ways to prevent strain, stress or injury.
  • Back Injury: Exercise And Ergonomics - SS1016DS (15 min.) SPANISH

    They say you never notice the parts of your body until they hurt. This video stresses the importance of back safety and discusses not only the risk involved in everyday body movement, but also the ways to prevent those risks from turning into debilitating injuries. The presentation stresses a proactive approach including proper health through exercise and ergonomics. Information is offered on how to properly move through each day without adding undue strain and stress on the body. Viewers will be shown a range of basic stretches as well as other methods and tips for safe and healthy movement.
  • Back Injury: Exercise And Ergonomics – SS1016DE (16 mins)

    They say you never notice the parts of your body until they hurt. This video stresses the importance of back safety and discusses not only the risk involved in everyday body movement, but also the ways to prevent those risks from turning into debilitating injuries. The presentation stresses a proactive approach including proper health through exercise and ergonomics. Information is offered on how to properly move through each day without adding undue strain and stress on the body. Viewers will be shown a range of basic stretches as well as other methods and tips for safe and healthy movement.
  • Back Safety: Proper Lifting Procedures - SS1015DE (16 min.)

    Back injuries frequently occur in the workplace during lifting. The tips and techniques provided in this video will offer alternatives to lifting or carrying and will show the benefits of using helpful tools like dollies and carts to prevent back injuries. Viewers will learn the necessary step-by-step safety procedures to prepare the body for safe lifting as well as instruction on how to properly lift under any circumstances.
  • Back Safety: Proper Lifting Procedures - SS1015DS (16 min.) SPANISH

    Back injuries frequently occur in the workplace during lifting. The tips and techniques provided in this video will offer alternatives to lifting or carrying and will show the benefits of using helpful tools like dollies and carts to prevent back injuries. Viewers will learn the necessary step-by-step safety procedures to prepare the body for safe lifting as well as instruction on how to properly lift under any circumstances.
  • Back Safety: The Basics - SS1014DE (11 min.)

    Back injuries caused by improper lifting are the most common disabling injuries in the workplace. A person can injure their back in virtually any type of occupation, often to the point they can no longer work in their chosen field, along with having a devastating impact on their overall quality of life. Many of the causes of back injury can be prevented by teaching employees how the back operates and the basics of proper lifting techniques. This video does just that. Great for new or experienced employees.
  • Back Safety: The Basics - SS1014DS (11 min.) Spanish

    Back injuries caused by improper lifting are the most common disabling injuries in the workplace. A person can injure their back in virtually any type of occupation, often to the point they can no longer work in their chosen field, along with having a devastating impact on their overall quality of life. Many of the causes of back injury can be prevented by teaching employees how the back operates and the basics of proper lifting techniques. This video does just that. Great for new or experienced employees.
  • Move It Safely: Avoiding Injury While Moving Materials – E4741E

    Two of the main causes of injuries to material handling workers are attempting to show off to their co-workers and not wanting to take time to get the proper equipment or ask for help. This leads to workers struggling to lift and carry materials which are too heavy to be moved safely. In order to move objects safely, employees must be well trained in safe material handling techniques while also maintaining the proper attitude and state of mind to use their training each time they lift or move an object. This program discusses the techniques, precautions and safe work practices employees should follow so that when an object must be moved, they can “move it safely.” Topics include preparing to move a load, manual lifting techniques, use of hand trucks, carts and dollies and handling pallets safely.
  • Move It Safely: Avoiding Injury While Moving Materials – E4741S SPANISH

    Two of the main causes of injuries to material handling workers are attempting to show off to their co-workers and not wanting to take time to get the proper equipment or ask for help. This leads to workers struggling to lift and carry materials which are too heavy to be moved safely. In order to move objects safely, employees must be well trained in safe material handling techniques while also maintaining the proper attitude and state of mind to use their training each time they lift or move an object. This program discusses the techniques, precautions and safe work practices employees should follow so that when an object must be moved, they can “move it safely.” Topics include preparing to move a load, manual lifting techniques, use of hand trucks, carts and dollies and handling pallets safely.
  • To The Point About Back Safety Training Video – ETP11

    Our workplace is full of hazards, hazards that can hurt us or kill us. Controlling these hazards and preventing injuries is the point of our safety and health program. One such hazard is the risk of suffering a back injury due to improper lifting or poor posture. Practicing safe lifting techniques and maintaining neutral posture can prevent injuries. That is the point of our facility’s efforts to prevent back injuries and that is the point of this program. So, pay close attention as we get to the point about preventing back injuries. Topics include how the components of the back work, how back pain and injuries occur, proper lifting techniques, maintaining a neutral posture and responding to back pain.
  • To The Point About Back Safety Training Video – ETP11 - Spanish

    Our workplace is full of hazards, hazards that can hurt us or kill us. Controlling these hazards and preventing injuries is the point of our safety and health program. One such hazard is the risk of suffering a back injury due to improper lifting or poor posture. Practicing safe lifting techniques and maintaining neutral posture can prevent injuries. That is the point of our facility’s efforts to prevent back injuries and that is the point of this program. So, pay close attention as we get to the point about preventing back injuries. Topics include how the components of the back work, how back pain and injuries occur, proper lifting techniques, maintaining a neutral posture and responding to back pain.

Chemical Safety

  • Anhydrous Ammonia Safety – SS1012FE (18 min)

    This video teaches employees how to make a systematic evaluation of the entire ammonia system, determine if possible problem areas exist and make sure the ammonia system at your facility remains under control. Viewers will learn how to gather process safety data, as well as understand and evaluate process flow and piping/instrumentation diagrams.
  • Asbestos Awareness in the Workplace - M19022E

    "Asbestos Awareness" provides employees with this important information, and also helps employers comply with the training requirements of the OSHA Asbestos Standard. Topics covered in these products include: Asbestos: "miracle" and menace. The health effects of asbestos. Thermal system insulation. Surfacing materials, floor and ceiling tiles. Protective equipment and safe work practices. Decontamination and medical surveillance. and more.
  • Asbestos Awareness in the Workplace - M19022S (9 min.) Spanish

    "Asbestos Awareness" provides employees with this important information, and also helps employers comply with the training requirements of the OSHA Asbestos Standard. Topics covered in these products include: Asbestos: "miracle" and menace. The health effects of asbestos. Thermal system insulation. Surfacing materials, floor and ceiling tiles. Protective equipment and safe work practices. Decontamination and medical surveillance. and more.
  • Crystalline Silica Safety Training - E1050E (15 mins)

    To help prevent illnesses and deaths attributed to harmful exposure to silica dust, OSHA recently issued regulations for general industry and maritime operations as well as the construction industry. This program discusses key requirements of the silica standards as well as basic safe work practices that employees should follow to protect themselves from harmful exposure to crystalline silica. Topics include: Effects of Exposure, Engineering Controls, Work Practice Controls, Respiratory Protection, and Table 1 of the Construction Regulation.
  • Crystalline Silica Safety Training - E1050S (15 mins) Spanish

    To help prevent illnesses and deaths attributed to harmful exposure to silica dust, OSHA recently issued regulations for general industry and maritime operations as well as the construction industry. This program discusses key requirements of the silica standards as well as basic safe work practices that employees should follow to protect themselves from harmful exposure to crystalline silica. Topics include: Effects of Exposure, Engineering Controls, Work Practice Controls, Respiratory Protection, and Table 1 of the Construction Regulation.
  • Dealing With Hazardous Spills – M206E

    Dealing With Hazardous Spills is designed to help employees who seldom have to face the dangers of a hazardous spill deal with a cleanup situation. Hazardous materials are a part of many work situations. They can be found in many different types of facilities and on many job sites… from manufacturing and construction to retail and office environments. Some organizations have to deal with hazardous materials as part of their daily business, and have detailed plans and highly trained workers to handle a sudden spill. But other facilities only have to handle these materials infrequently, and may not have given much thought to what must be done in case of a spill. Areas covered in the program include the hazard communication plan, the emergency response plan, the five levels of OSHA’s HAZMAT training, initial spill response, spill containment, instruments used to identify chemicals involved in a spill, additional hazards of a spill site, and more.This VOD program is one of the most effective and efficient ways to get employees the training that they need, in a classroom or individually through their desktop or tablet computer.
  • Dealing With Hazardous Spills – M206S SPANISH

    Dealing With Hazardous Spills is designed to help employees who seldom have to face the dangers of a hazardous spill deal with a cleanup situation. Hazardous materials are a part of many work situations. They can be found in many different types of facilities and on many job sites… from manufacturing and construction to retail and office environments. Some organizations have to deal with hazardous materials as part of their daily business, and have detailed plans and highly trained workers to handle a sudden spill. But other facilities only have to handle these materials infrequently, and may not have given much thought to what must be done in case of a spill. Areas covered in the program include the hazard communication plan, the emergency response plan, the five levels of OSHA’s HAZMAT training, initial spill response, spill containment, instruments used to identify chemicals involved in a spill, additional hazards of a spill site, and more.This VOD program is one of the most effective and efficient ways to get employees the training that they need, in a classroom or individually through their desktop or tablet computer.
  • DOT HAZMAT General Awareness - M173E (20 mins.)

    DOT HAZMAT General Awareness focuses on employees who handle as well as transport hazardous materials. The course reviews a number of topics aimed at making employees more aware of situations in which they may encounter hazardous chemicals… and the nature of the hazards associated with the chemicals. Created specifically for the Department of Transportation’s HAZMAT training regulation on Handling and Transporting Hazardous Materials, this course provides the information necessary to comply with the regulation’s General Awareness training requirement. (While this course can be used by itself, it can also be used as a companion product to MARCOM’s DOT HAZMAT Safety Training course). Areas covered in the course include the regulation itself, hazardous materials, definitions and classes, hazard communication, hazard indicators, such as labels, shipping papers and placards, where hazardous materials may be encountered, packaging and shipping, transport (trucks, ships, rail, etc.), storage, security issues and more.
  • DOT HAZMAT General Awareness – M173S (19 mins.) Spanish

    DOT HAZMAT General Awareness focuses on employees who handle as well as transport hazardous materials. The course reviews a number of topics aimed at making employees more aware of situations in which they may encounter hazardous chemicals… and the nature of the hazards associated with the chemicals. Created specifically for the Department of Transportation’s HAZMAT training regulation on Handling and Transporting Hazardous Materials, this course provides the information necessary to comply with the regulation’s General Awareness training requirement. (While this course can be used by itself, it can also be used as a companion product to MARCOM’s DOT HAZMAT Safety Training course). Areas covered in the course include the regulation itself, hazardous materials, definitions and classes, hazard communication, hazard indicators, such as labels, shipping papers and placards, where hazardous materials may be encountered, packaging and shipping, transport (trucks, ships, rail, etc.), storage, security issues and more.
  • DOT HAZMAT Safety Training – M174E (21 mins)

    DOT HAZMAT Safety Training focuses on employees who handle as well as transport hazardous materials. Created specifically for the Department of Transportation’s HAZMAT Training regulation on Handling and Transporting Hazardous Materials, this course provides the Safety Training required by the regulation. The course makes employees aware of the hazards associated with the materials they handle… and shows them how to work with these materials safely. Areas covered in the course include the regulation itself, hazardous materials that employees may encounter, hazard indicators such as labels, shipping papers and placards, the use of personal protective equipment, proper handling procedures, methods and procedures for avoiding accidents, accidents/emergencies involving hazardous materials, spills and cleanup procedures, and more. This VOD program is one of the most effective and efficient ways to get employees the training that they need, in a classroom or individually through their desktop or tablet computer.
  • DOT HAZMAT Safety Training – M174S (19 mins) Spanish

    DOT HAZMAT Safety Training focuses on employees who handle as well as transport hazardous materials. Created specifically for the Department of Transportation’s HAZMAT Training regulation on Handling and Transporting Hazardous Materials, this course provides the Safety Training required by the regulation. The course makes employees aware of the hazards associated with the materials they handle… and shows them how to work with these materials safely. Areas covered in the course include the regulation itself, hazardous materials that employees may encounter, hazard indicators such as labels, shipping papers and placards, the use of personal protective equipment, proper handling procedures, methods and procedures for avoiding accidents, accidents/emergencies involving hazardous materials, spills and cleanup procedures, and more. This VOD program is one of the most effective and efficient ways to get employees the training that they need, in a classroom or individually through their desktop or tablet computer.
  • DOT HAZMAT Security Awareness - M175E (16 mins)

    Topics covered in these products include: The need for HAZMAT security training. Internal vulnerabilities. Securing HAZMATs and the facility. Preparing to ship hazardous materials. Protecting HAZMAT shipments. and more.
  • DOT HAZMAT Security Awareness - M175S (15 mins) Spanish

  • GHS Safety Data Sheets – M155E

    GHS Safety Data Sheets reviews the composition of GHS Safety Data Sheets, the information that’s contained in each section and how SDS’s are different from Material Safety Data Sheets. Created specifically to assist facilities in complying with the employee training requirements of OSHA’s newly adopted GHS regulations, this course discusses how chemicals should be labeled under GHS. Topics covered in the program include Material Safety Data Sheets and GHS SDS’s, materials and their hazards, hazardous materials emergencies, handling hazardous materials and more.
  • GHS Safety Data Sheets – M155S SPANISH

    GHS Safety Data Sheets reviews the composition of GHS Safety Data Sheets, the information that’s contained in each section and how SDS’s are different from Material Safety Data Sheets. Created specifically to assist facilities in complying with the employee training requirements of OSHA’s newly adopted GHS regulations, this course discusses how chemicals should be labeled under GHS. Topics covered in the program include Material Safety Data Sheets and GHS SDS’s, materials and their hazards, hazardous materials emergencies, handling hazardous materials and more.
  • GHS: The Basics - SS1050FE

    GHS or Globally Harmonized System is a method of identifying chemicals and their associated hazards. This video provides viewers with the basics of this program and describes the resources they can use to properly identify the hazards they may face, protective measures to minimize these hazards and other pertinent information.
  • GHS: The Basics - SS1050FS (5 mins) Spanish

    GHS or Globally Harmonized System is a method of identifying chemicals and their associated hazards. This video provides viewers with the basics of this program and describes the resources they can use to properly identify the hazards they may face, protective measures to minimize these hazards and other pertinent information.
  • H2S Hydrogen Sulfide Training - SS1043FS Spanish

    Hydrogen sulfide is one of the most deadly industrial gases. It has been referred to as a silent killer. This comprehensive video covers a wide range of topics including characteristics of H2S, monitoring areas for H2S levels, emergency procedures, hazard minimization, contingency planning, SO2 and more. Complete and up-to-date. A great tool for required annual training.
  • H2S-Hydrogen Sulfide Training – SS1043FE

    Hydrogen sulfide is one of the most deadly industrial gases. It has been referred to as a silent killer. This comprehensive video covers a wide range of topics including characteristics of H2S, monitoring areas for H2S levels, emergency procedures, hazard minimization, contingency planning, SO2 and more. Complete and up-to-date. A great tool for required annual training.
  • Handling Hazardous Materials – M180E

    Handling Hazardous Materials is designed to help facilities comply with OSHA’s HAZWOPER regulation (29 CFR 1910.120). As part of these regulations, there are varying requirements for employee training, depending on an employee’s specific level of involvement with hazardous materials. Hazardous materials and waste are part of many work situations, and can be found on many types of job sites. It is so important that employees know how to recognize these potentially dangerous substances, as well as how to handle and dispose of them properly, that OSHA mandates that anyone working with these substances receive comprehensive training in this area. The course is designed to explain the regulations and to help employees begin to reduce or eliminate potential exposure to Hazardous Materials in their work environments. The course discusses the nature and behavior of hazardous chemicals, and how to reduce or eliminate potential exposure to hazardous materials in their work environments. Areas covered in the course include physical hazards, flammables/combustibles/explosives/oxidizers, corrosives and irritants, toxic substances and carcinogens, acute and chronic health effects, GHS container labels and SDSs, basic first aid for injuries caused by chemicals, emergency response, spillage / leakage / accident procedures, and more! This VOD program is one of the most effective and efficient ways to get employees the training that they need, in a classroom or individually through their desktop or tablet computer.
  • Handling Hazardous Materials – M180S Spanish

    Handling Hazardous Materials is designed to help facilities comply with OSHA’s HAZWOPER regulation (29 CFR 1910.120). As part of these regulations, there are varying requirements for employee training, depending on an employee’s specific level of involvement with hazardous materials. Hazardous materials and waste are part of many work situations, and can be found on many types of job sites. It is so important that employees know how to recognize these potentially dangerous substances, as well as how to handle and dispose of them properly, that OSHA mandates that anyone working with these substances receive comprehensive training in this area. The course is designed to explain the regulations and to help employees begin to reduce or eliminate potential exposure to Hazardous Materials in their work environments. The course discusses the nature and behavior of hazardous chemicals, and how to reduce or eliminate potential exposure to hazardous materials in their work environments. Areas covered in the course include physical hazards, flammables/combustibles/explosives/oxidizers, corrosives and irritants, toxic substances and carcinogens, acute and chronic health effects, GHS container labels and SDSs, basic first aid for injuries caused by chemicals, emergency response, spillage / leakage / accident procedures, and more! This VOD program is one of the most effective and efficient ways to get employees the training that they need, in a classroom or individually through their desktop or tablet computer.
  • Hazard Communication – SS1035AS (18 min.) SPANISH

    In today’s litigious society, we begin to take cautions, warnings and disclaimers from manufacturers’ with a touch of skepticism or disregard. When it comes to hazardous chemicals in the work place, words, colors and symbols mean something. Not only is it your workers’ right, it is their responsibility to know what they mean. This program will teach your employees to recognize and understand the different means of communication used to identify hazardous chemicals including the United Nation’s new Globally Harmonized System. The training program will educate your workers on the physical characteristics and chemical properties communicated in the material safety data sheets and on the container labels enabling them to make proper decisions concerning the safe use handling and storage of the substances. The program covers the purpose and role of hazard communication, the different classification of chemicals and their hazards, the primary forms of communication, and best practices and procedures to ensure their safety and health. Chemicals are an intricate and valuable part of our life. When respected and handled properly, they pose minimum risk our safety and health. Knowledge is a valuable safety tool. Not only is it your workers’ right to know, it is their responsibility to use it to protect their safety and that of their co-workers.
  • Hazard Communications - English - SS1035AE

    In today’s litigious society, we begin to take cautions, warnings and disclaimers from manufacturers’ with a touch of skepticism or disregard. When it comes to hazardous chemicals in the work place, words, colors and symbols mean something. Not only is it your workers’ right, it is their responsibility to know what they mean. This program will teach your employees to recognize and understand the different means of communication used to identify hazardous chemicals including the United Nation’s new Globally Harmonized System. The training program will educate your workers on the physical characteristics and chemical properties communicated in the material safety data sheets and on the container labels enabling them to make proper decisions concerning the safe use handling and storage of the substances. The program covers the purpose and role of hazard communication, the different classification of chemicals and their hazards, the primary forms of communication, and best practices and procedures to ensure their safety and health. Chemicals are an intricate and valuable part of our life. When respected and handled properly, they pose minimum risk our safety and health. Knowledge is a valuable safety tool. Not only is it your workers’ right to know, it is their responsibility to use it to protect their safety and that of their co-workers.
  • Hazardous Materials Labels – M210E

    Hazardous Materials Labels is designed to help employees understand the characteristics of different labeling systems and the ways that each convey information. By recognizing the differences and similarities of these systems, employees will be better prepared to work safely around hazardous materials. One important method for identifying hazardous materials is through the use of container labels. From bottles and drums to trucks and railcars, labels and placards provide information about the contents of a container, as well as what to do and who to call in case of an emergency. Because this information is so critical for the safe handling and transporting of these potentially dangerous substances, several organizations have developed labeling and placarding systems to communicate to employees about a container’s contents. Areas covered in the course include OSHA’s hazard communication standard, types of containers requiring labels, information required on labels, Department of Transportation (DOT) hazardous material classifications, DOT label and placard requirements, United Nations identification numbers, the Hazardous Materials Identification System (HMIS), the National Fire Prevention Association (NFPA) labeling system, hazardous waste labeling, and more. This VOD program is one of the most effective and efficient ways to get employees the training that they need, in a classroom or individually through their desktop or tablet computer.
  • Hazardous Materials Labels – M210S SPANISH

    Hazardous Materials Labels is designed to help employees understand the characteristics of different labeling systems and the ways that each convey information. By recognizing the differences and similarities of these systems, employees will be better prepared to work safely around hazardous materials. One important method for identifying hazardous materials is through the use of container labels. From bottles and drums to trucks and railcars, labels and placards provide information about the contents of a container, as well as what to do and who to call in case of an emergency. Because this information is so critical for the safe handling and transporting of these potentially dangerous substances, several organizations have developed labeling and placarding systems to communicate to employees about a container’s contents. Areas covered in the course include OSHA’s hazard communication standard, types of containers requiring labels, information required on labels, Department of Transportation (DOT) hazardous material classifications, DOT label and placard requirements, United Nations identification numbers, the Hazardous Materials Identification System (HMIS), the National Fire Prevention Association (NFPA) labeling system, hazardous waste labeling, and more. This VOD program is one of the most effective and efficient ways to get employees the training that they need, in a classroom or individually through their desktop or tablet computer.
  • HazCom, the GHS & You – E1515E (14 min.)

    This brand new training program features four real-life scenarios that underscore the importance of being able to quickly obtain health, safety and hazard information related to hazardous chemicals and substances in the workplace. As mandated by OSHA, chemical safety data must be conveyed through the use of the standard communication elements found in the Globally Harmonized System for the Labeling and Classification of Chemicals, commonly called the GHS for short. The program explains each of these communication elements in detail so your employees will understand how chemical hazards are communicated and how to use this information to ensure their safety when storing, handling and using hazardous substances.
  • HazCom, the GHS & You – E1515S (14 min.) SPANISH

    This brand new training program features four real-life scenarios that underscore the importance of being able to quickly obtain health, safety and hazard information related to hazardous chemicals and substances in the workplace. As mandated by OSHA, chemical safety data must be conveyed through the use of the standard communication elements found in the Globally Harmonized System for the Labeling and Classification of Chemicals, commonly called the GHS for short. The program explains each of these communication elements in detail so your employees will understand how chemical hazards are communicated and how to use this information to ensure their safety when storing, handling and using hazardous substances.
  • Hazmat Security: DOT Requirements - SS13024AE (13 min.)

    This program focuses on giving employees an awareness of the security risks associated with transporting hazardous materials.Areas covered in this program are: Security risks associated with transporting hazardous materials, Methods that have been designed to enhance transportation security, How to recognize security risks and Responding to possible security threats.
  • Hazmat Security: DOT Requirements - SS13024AS (13 min.)

    This program focuses on giving employees an awareness of the security risks associated with transporting hazardous materials.Areas covered in this program are: Security risks associated with transporting hazardous materials, Methods that have been designed to enhance transportation security, How to recognize security risks and Responding to possible security threats.
  • HAZWOPER: Chemical Protective Clothing – SS1039F (12 min.)

    Designed to explain the different types and limitations of protective clothing and the correct application of each type. Also discusses heat stress. Security risks associated with transporting hazardous materials, Methods that have been designed to enhance transportation security, How to recognize security risks and Responding to possible security threats.
  • HAZWOPER: Donning/Doffing/Decontamination – SS1041F (17 min.)

    Describes how to properly don chemical protective clothing, how to properly remove it and how to decontaminate clothing and personnel effectively. Security risks associated with transporting hazardous materials, Methods that have been designed to enhance transportation security, How to recognize security risks and Responding to possible security threats.
  • HAZWOPER: Identifying Hazardous Materials – SS1036F (15 min.)

    Designed to complement a variety of HAZWOPER applications. Includes definitions of TLV, TWA, TLV-C, methods of exposure, dust, fumes, gases and more. Security risks associated with transporting hazardous materials, Methods that have been designed to enhance transportation security, How to recognize security risks and Responding to possible security threats.
  • HAZWOPER: Medical Surveillance Program – SS1037F (14 min.)

    Outlines what exactly is needed for a complete medical surveillance program including medical examinations, recordkeeping and other pertinent information.
  • HAZWOPER: On-Site Safety Considerations – SS1038F (14 min.)

    Overview of general safety and health plan requirements, incident characterization, remedial actions and how to create a comprehensive written plan. Explains site control issues, routine operations, medical care, evacuation and more.
  • HAZWOPER: Orientation – SS1035F (16 min.)

    The Basics of HAZWOPER requirements, laws and regulations. Provides minimum emergency plan requirements and identifies regulations applicable to HAZWOPER operations.
  • HAZWOPER: Respiratory Protection – SS1040F (24 min.)

    A vital part of effective HAZWOPER training. Basic training for selecting, using, handling and storing respirators. Proper fit-testing procedures are covered in detail.
  • HAZWOPER: Site Safety & Health Plan – SS1042F (18 min.)

    Overview of general safety and health plan requirements, incident characterization, remedial actions and how to create a comprehensive written plan. Explains site control issues, routine operations, medical care, evacuation and more.
  • Planning for Laboratory Emergencies – M19011E

    Planning for Laboratory Emergencies discusses how to minimize damage and prevent injuries if an emergency should occur. A caustic acid hose has just erupted…an experiment has shown unexpected reactions… what should employees do to deal with these and other emergencies? Employees need to know when and how they should act in an emergency situation. Areas covered in the course include the emergency plan, types of emergencies, alarms and warning systems, contacting outside agencies, evacuation, fires, explosions and chemical spills, and more.
  • Preventing Contamination in the Laboratory - M19009E English

    Preventing Contamination in the Laboratory emphasizes the need to recognize situations that could lead to contamination, and discusses what can be done to prevent contamination from occurring. Handling hazardous chemicals and specimens requires a great deal of caution. If substances are not properly controlled, hazards can spread and contaminate other materials, work areas… even employees. With many laboratories using toxic, corrosive and carcinogenic chemicals, employees need to do all that they can to prevent contamination. Areas covered in the course include how contamination occurs, general preventative measures, engineering controls, safe work practices, personal protective equipment, and more.
  • Process Safety: Hazard Analysis - SS1015FE (15 mins)

    This video program explains the various hazard analysis techniques which can show what could go wrong with your process and the possible consequences to your employees, the environment and the rest of the facility. It provides in-depth information on how to organize a process safety hazard analysis, including quality team assembly and analysis techniques.
  • Process Safety: Hazard Analysis - SS1015FS (15 mins) Spanish

    This video program explains the various hazard analysis techniques which can show what could go wrong with your process and the possible consequences to your employees, the environment and the rest of the facility. It provides in-depth information on how to organize a process safety hazard analysis, including quality team assembly and analysis techniques.
  • Process Safety: Information - SS1014FE (16 mins)

    This video program discusses the importance of various chemical data elements used in collecting process safety information, including toxicity information, permissible exposure limits, physical data, reactivity data, thermal and chemical stability data and the hazardous effects of inadvertently mixing different materials. Viewers will also learn the importance of gathering information that will tell them what will happen to chemicals, processes, equipment and containment systems in various situations, and how this information can help answer the "what if" scenarios and react to accidental releases of hazardous chemicals.
  • Process Safety: Information - SS1014FS (16 mins) Spanish

    This video program discusses the importance of various chemical data elements used in collecting process safety information, including toxicity information, permissible exposure limits, physical data, reactivity data, thermal and chemical stability data and the hazardous effects of inadvertently mixing different materials. Viewers will also learn the importance of gathering information that will tell them what will happen to chemicals, processes, equipment and containment systems in various situations, and how this information can help answer the "what if" scenarios and react to accidental releases of hazardous chemicals.
  • Process Safety: Intro - SS1013FE (12 mins)

    This video introduces the technique of process safety management and its systematic evaluation of the elements which affect a hazardous chemical and its safe handling. This program will help you "sell" the concept of Process Safety Management to senior managers at your facility. It provides information about the specific requirements of the PSM Standard for personnel who will be taking part in gathering process safety analysis.
  • Process Safety: Intro - SS1013FS (12 mins) Spanish

    This video introduces the technique of process safety management and its systematic evaluation of the elements which affect a hazardous chemical and its safe handling. This program will help you "sell" the concept of Process Safety Management to senior managers at your facility. It provides information about the specific requirements of the PSM Standard for personnel who will be taking part in gathering process safety analysis.
  • Process Safety: Operator Responsibility - SS1016FE (10 mins)

    This program takes the operator through the initial start-up process, normal operations, temporary operations, emergency shutdown, post-tear down and inspection start-up. Special emphasis is placed on communication during the information gathering and hazard analysis processes.
  • Process Safety: Operator Responsibility - SS1016FS (11 mins) Spanish

    This program takes the operator through the initial start-up process, normal operations, temporary operations, emergency shutdown, post-tear down and inspection start-up. Special emphasis is placed on communication during the information gathering and hazard analysis processes.
  • Safety Showers Eye Washes in the Laboratory - M19002E

    Safe Handling of Laboratory Glassware discusses the nature of various types of glassware, and the problems it can cause… as well as the need for employees to use and maintain laboratory glassware safely. Broken glassware causes more laboratory accidents than any other hazard. Because it is so fragile, glassware can easily fracture if it is bumped, dropped or too much pressure is applied to it. Some glassware accidents don’t require much more than a band-aid, while others can result in a lot of blood and the need for medical attention. And the threat of contamination from the materials in a broken container can also be a serious problem. Areas covered in the course include inspecting glassware before use, effects of extreme temperatures and pressures, matching glassware to the experiment, working with glass tubing, using personal protective equipment, storage and handling, washing and clean-up, and more.
  • To The Point About: Hazard Communication - ETP03

    Visit link below for test questions. Our workplace is full of hazards, hazards that can hurt us or kill us. Controlling these hazards and preventing injuries is the point of our safety and health program. One such hazard is the one presented by hazardous chemicals. Protecting workers from exposure to hazardous chemicals can prevent injuries and illnesses. That is the point of our facility’s hazard communication program and that is the point of this program. Topics include the three types of chemical hazards, what hazards each pictogram represents, information conveyed on chemical labels, hazard and precautionary statements and important information that can be found on Safety Data Sheets.
  • To The Point About: Hazard Communications – ETP03 - Spanish

    Our workplace is full of hazards, hazards that can hurt us or kill us. Controlling these hazards and preventing injuries is the point of our safety and health program. One such hazard is the one presented by hazardous chemicals. Protecting workers from exposure to hazardous chemicals can prevent injuries and illnesses. That is the point of our facility’s hazard communication program and that is the point of this program. Topics include the three types of chemical hazards, what hazards each pictogram represents, information conveyed on chemical labels, hazard and precautionary statements and important information that can be found on Safety Data Sheets.

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Construction

  • Abrasive Blasting – SS1024HE (12 min.)

    Sandblasting and other abrasive blasting is a potentially life-threatening operation without proper training. This video covers all of the important topics including PPE, equipment set & inspection, safe operating procedures, job site conditions, bystander safety and more!
  • Abrasive Blasting – SS1024HS (12 min.) SPANISH

    Sandblasting and other abrasive blasting is a potentially life-threatening operation without proper training. This video covers all of the important topics including PPE, equipment set & inspection, safe operating procedures, job site conditions, bystander safety and more!
  • Aerial Lift Safety - SS1031GE (13 mins)

    Any job that requires personnel to be elevated above the ground will also require one of the various types of aerial lifts to get them there. This video covers Hazard Recognition, Pre-Start Inspections, Work Zone Inspections, Operator Training and more...
  • Aerial Lift Work Platform – SS1025GE (15 min.)

    Aerial work platforms provide access to work areas that were one difficult or impossible to reach. But, there are potential hazards involved. That’s why anyone operating an aerial work platform must be trained and authorized before using the equipment. This program covers a broad range of topics including: Pre-Shift Inspections Operating Controls Safe Operating Procedures Driving and Steering Speed Control Fall Protection and others.
  • Aerial Lifts in Industrial and Construction Environments - M171E

    Reaching high places can be challenging in many work environments. But whether they're on a construction site, changing light bulbs in a warehouse, or performing outdoor utility work, employees often use aerial lifts to help them access work areas that would otherwise be almost impossible to get to. Topics covered in the program include: The types of aerial lifts and the training required to operate them. The hazards associated with using aerial lifts. "Pre-start" and "worksite" inspections. Setting up, operating and moving an aerial lift. Working on the ground near an aerial lift. and more.
  • Bucket Truck Safety - SS1021GS

    Bucket trucks are great tools used in a broad range of industries for a variety of uses. They allow workers to reach places they could not normally reach and do jobs they could not normally do alone. But, there are dangers workers may face…and that’s what this program is all about…the hazards associated with Bucket Trucks and steps that can be taken to help minimize risk and keep your employees, and those working around them, safe.
  • Bucket Truck Safety – SS1021GE (12 min.)

    Bucket trucks are great tools used in a broad range of industries for a variety of uses. They allow workers to reach places they could not normally reach and do jobs they could not normally do alone. But, there are dangers workers may face…and that’s what this program is all about…the hazards associated with Bucket Trucks and steps that can be taken to help minimize risk and keep your employees, and those working around them, safe.
  • Caught in/Between Hazards - M276E (15 mins)

    MARCOM's Video On Demand (VOD) program on Caught-In/Between Hazards in Construction Environments provides the information employees need to recognize the caught-in/between hazards that are associated with construction tasks and avoid them before accidents happen. Caught-in/between accidents occur when a person is squeezed, caught, crushed, pinched or compressed between two or more objects. They are one of the four top causes of fatalities in construction work, and can result in serious injuries as well. Topics covered in this program include the three major types of caught-in/between hazards; vehicles and heavy equipment; powered tools and machinery; and more. This VOD program is one of the most effective and efficient ways to get employees the training that they need, in a classroom or individually through their desktop or tablet computer. The program can be delivered through your distributor or loaded onto your own delivery system.
  • Caught in/Between Hazards - M276S (14 mins) Spanish

    MARCOM’s Video On Demand (VOD) program on Caught-In/Between Hazards in Construction Environments provides the information employees need to recognize the caught-in/between hazards that are associated with construction tasks and avoid them before accidents happen. Caught-in/between accidents occur when a person is squeezed, caught, crushed, pinched or compressed between two or more objects. They are one of the four top causes of fatalities in construction work, and can result in serious injuries as well. Topics covered in this program include the three major types of caught-in/between hazards; vehicles and heavy equipment; powered tools and machinery; and more. This VOD program is one of the most effective and efficient ways to get employees the training that they need, in a classroom or individually through their desktop or tablet computer. The program can be delivered through your distributor or loaded onto your own delivery system.
  • Compressed Gas Cylinders - M259S (20 mins.) Spanish

    Stored compressed gases are essential components in all areas of American industry. Compressed gas cylinders hold fuel, breathable air and chemicals that can produce devastating results if they are accidentally released or leak. This program shows the viewer the types of hazards associated with the gases, how the gases are compressed and stored and how the cylinders should be handled. The viewer will also learn how to connect gas cylinders to service lines and fixtures and how to control gas leaks.
  • Confined Space Entry - M254S (27 mins) Spanish

  • Confined Space Entry – M254E (19 mins)

    Confined spaces are responsible for many deaths every year due to lack of training. Video covers risks and safety standards for confined spaces. Gives detailed information on testing, ventilation, and rescue procedures.
  • Crane Safety Construction - C005E (13 min.) SPANISH

    Crane operators have certain responsibilities, but each person on the job site also has a responsibility when working near cranes. Excellent program in demonstrating safety practices.
  • Crane Safety Construction – C005E (13 min.)

    Crane operators have certain responsibilities, but each person on the job site also has a responsibility when working near cranes. Excellent program in demonstrating safety practices.
  • Crane Safety in Construction - M124S (17 mins.) Spanish

    While there are many different types of cranes, they all have the ability to make many jobs much easier by lifting enormous weight. But they also share the potential for disaster when they are not operated safely. Crane-related accidents can often be deadly, due to the cumbersome and heavy loads that are lifted. Once a load falls, not much can be done to stop it, and there is little time for people to move safely out of the way.
  • Crane Safety in Construction Environments - M124E

    Topics covered in these products include: Recent changes in the OSHA crane regulations. Operator certification. Equipment inspection and hazard assessment. Boom, jib and overhead cranes. General and operational safety devices. Crane operations and hand signals. Working around power lines. and more.
  • Crane Signal Person Basics - Spanish - AP4034S

    Crane Signal Person Basic Training is an important resource to help crane signal people and crane operators learn the 2 standardized hand signals as described in ASME B3.5 and OSHA 29 CFR 1926. This program presents: A general overview of crane operations and limitations Clear demonstrations of the 2 standard crane hand signals An explanation of correct voice signal communication Guidelines for using non-standard and new signals Basic safety practices for a crane signal person
  • Crane Signal Person Basics - AP4034E

    Crane Signal Person Basic Training is an important resource to help crane signal people and crane operators learn the 2 standardized hand signals as described in ASME B3.5 and OSHA 29 CFR 1926. This program presents: A general overview of crane operations and limitations Clear demonstrations of the 2 standard crane hand signals An explanation of correct voice signal communication Guidelines for using non-standard and new signals Basic safety practices for a crane signal person
  • Crystalline Silica Safety Training - E1050E (15 mins)

    To help prevent illnesses and deaths attributed to harmful exposure to silica dust, OSHA recently issued regulations for general industry and maritime operations as well as the construction industry. This program discusses key requirements of the silica standards as well as basic safe work practices that employees should follow to protect themselves from harmful exposure to crystalline silica. Topics include: Effects of Exposure, Engineering Controls, Work Practice Controls, Respiratory Protection, and Table 1 of the Construction Regulation.
  • Crystalline Silica Safety Training - E1050S (15 mins) Spanish

    To help prevent illnesses and deaths attributed to harmful exposure to silica dust, OSHA recently issued regulations for general industry and maritime operations as well as the construction industry. This program discusses key requirements of the silica standards as well as basic safe work practices that employees should follow to protect themselves from harmful exposure to crystalline silica. Topics include: Effects of Exposure, Engineering Controls, Work Practice Controls, Respiratory Protection, and Table 1 of the Construction Regulation.
  • Dump Truck Safety - SSC020PE (8 mins)

    This videos covers some of the hazards you might face while operating a dump truck.
  • Fall Protection in Construction Environments - M261S (12 mins) Spanish

    Fall Protection in Construction Environments provides the information employees need to work safely when they are off the ground, and satisfies the major training requirements in the OSHA Standard on Fall Protection. Falls are the second leading cause of death each year in the United States (after traffic accidents)! Over 10,000 people are killed every year as a result of falls…and 200,000 to 300,000 people are disabled. Eight-five percent of all falls that occur on the job result in lost work time. Areas covered in the course include the seriousness of fall hazards, types of environments where falls may occur, the fall protection plan, concentrating and keeping a clear head, the importance of housekeeping in preventing falls, measures that can be taken to protect against falls, protective equipment, and more.
  • Fall Protection in Construction Environments – M261E (12 mins)

    Fall Protection in Construction Environments provides the information employees need to work safely when they are off the ground, and satisfies the major training requirements in the OSHA Standard on Fall Protection. Falls are the second leading cause of death each year in the United States (after traffic accidents)! Over 10,000 people are killed every year as a result of falls…and 200,000 to 300,000 people are disabled. Eight-five percent of all falls that occur on the job result in lost work time. Areas covered in the course include the seriousness of fall hazards, types of environments where falls may occur, the fall protection plan, concentrating and keeping a clear head, the importance of housekeeping in preventing falls, measures that can be taken to protect against falls, protective equipment, and more.
  • Fall Protection: Construction – C007PE (21 min.)

    Even a short fall can cause serious injury or even death. This great training tool covers body harnesses, shock absorbing lanyards, swing effect, rope grabs, retractable lanyards, and more.
  • Fall Protection: Construction – C007PS (21 min.) Spanish

    Even a short fall can cause serious injury or even death. This great training tool covers body harnesses, shock absorbing lanyards, swing effect, rope grabs, retractable lanyards, and more.
  • Hand And Power Tool Safety – M19039AE (19 mins)

    Most people have injured themselves with a tool at least once in their lives. In fact learning to use some tools seems to “require” a little pain. Unfortunately, tool accidents result in thousands of serious injuries and hundreds of deaths each year… most of which could have been avoided by simply handling tools safely. To avoid these types of accidents employees need to know how to handle their tools safely. But this can be a difficult task, since every tool has its own unique set of hazards.
  • Hand And Power Tool Safety – M19039AS (19 mins) Spanish

    Most people have injured themselves with a tool at least once in their lives. In fact learning to use some tools seems to “require” a little pain. Unfortunately, tool accidents result in thousands of serious injuries and hundreds of deaths each year… most of which could have been avoided by simply handling tools safely. To avoid these types of accidents employees need to know how to handle their tools safely. But this can be a difficult task, since every tool has its own unique set of hazards.
  • Hazard Communication in Construction Environments - M221AS (20 mins) Spanish

    Hazard Communication in Construction Environments both introduces employees to the Hazard Communication regulations and provides training on the various groups of chemicals found in the construction environment. Created specifically to assist construction workers of all types in complying with federal, state and municipal Hazard Communication regulations, the course addresses the major education and training requirements in these chemical hazard laws. Areas covered in the course include background of the regulation, GHS Safety Data Sheets and container labels, toxins, corrosives and irritants; flammables, combustibles and gases; carcinogens and radiation, exposure situations, personal protective equipment and chemical storage, spills and clean-up and more. This VOD program is one of the most effective and efficient ways to get employees the training that they need, in a classroom or individually through their desktop or tablet computer.
  • Hazard Communication in Construction Environments – M221AE (20 mins)

    Hazard Communication in Construction Environments both introduces employees to the Hazard Communication regulations and provides training on the various groups of chemicals found in the construction environment. Created specifically to assist construction workers of all types in complying with federal, state and municipal Hazard Communication regulations, the course addresses the major education and training requirements in these chemical hazard laws. Areas covered in the course include background of the regulation, GHS Safety Data Sheets and container labels, toxins, corrosives and irritants; flammables, combustibles and gases; carcinogens and radiation, exposure situations, personal protective equipment and chemical storage, spills and clean-up and more. This VOD program is one of the most effective and efficient ways to get employees the training that they need, in a classroom or individually through their desktop or tablet computer.
  • Heat Stress: Facts and Prevention - SS1007IE

    Heat Illness...it can happen to just about anybody working in hot or humid conditions. It can be serious. It can be fatal. But, it' doesn't have to be. A few simple, easy to do steps can mean the difference between just another day at work and a serious medical emergency. This video outlines these steps in an easy to understand manner.
  • Heat Stress: The Facts - SS1007IS (12 min.) SPANISH

    More illnesses are surfacing from employees working in abnormally high temperatures, such as in a hot warehouse or warm assembly environment. This video discusses heat stroke, heat stress, fainting, and precautions to take when working in a hot environment.
  • Housekeeping: Slips, Trips and Falls Facts Prevention - SSCN001 (6 mins)

    Housekeeping/Slips, Trips & Falls A construction site can become a very messy place. But, the longer it stays that way, the more dangerous it becomes. This video outlines the connection between good housekeeping and injury prevention, especially slips, trips & falls. Common trip and fall hazards are shown and the root causes are examined for maximum impact.
  • Lockout Tagout Refresher (Employee) - A4929E

    Lockout/tagout is a procedure that isolates a piece of equipment form its energy source. Its purpose is to prevent a piece of equipment from accidentally starting up while a person is performing maintenance or repairs. Before you perform any work that requires lockout/tagout, make sure that you've been properly trained.
  • Material Handling Safety - M280S Spanish

    "Materials handling" is how the things that people need get to where they're needed, on time and intact. And these activities can be dangerous. Every year, thousands of workers are killed or injured while moving, stacking and storing materials. But these accidents don't have to happen. "Materials Handling Safety" products from MARCOM discuss the hazards that employees are likely to encounter, and explain the work practices and equipment they can use to control or eliminate these hazards. All of the products... the new "Micro-Learning" and full-length online courses as well as the DVDs and interactive CD courses... discuss topics that are integral to employees' understanding of these issues. Topics covered in these products include: Preparing yourself to work safely. Understanding "ergonomics". Safe lifting… step-by-step. Hand trucks and dollies. Platform trucks, carts and pallet jacks. Forklift safety. and more,
  • OSHA 4: Light Industrial Package - SS5049AE

    GHS: The Basics - SS1050FE Ladder Safety - SS8019AE LockOut/TagOut Procedures - SS1036AE BloodBorne Pathogens: Know The Risk - SS1027BE
  • Overexertion Prevention Construction – SSC018G (14 min.)

    Engineers and maintenance personnel know from experience that moving parts in equipment and machinery, if not properly used and maintained, are subject to wear and tear. Yet when it comes to our own bodies, we often think of them as indestructible. Overexertion type injuries are the highest percentage of worker compensations costs representing nearly 30 cents of every $1 in claims paid. These types of injuries are often associated with lifting, pushing, pulling, tossing and handling material. In this effective and motivational program, your employees will learn how the body functions, risk factors associated with overexertion type injuries, and preventive measures they can utilize to reduce their exposure and prevent injuries. The program teaches the impact their posture can have on their body and the cumulative affect of improper lifting techniques. The visual graphics and comprehensive information will educate and motivate your employees to make the proper decisions and lifestyle adjustments to ensure their health and safety.
  • Overhead Cranes: Safety Is In Your Hands - SS1026H (15 min.)

    Cranes. Useful tools. Powerful tools. Tools that need to be treated with respect. Why? The reason is simple. Any mistake with a crane, even a small mistake can have serious consequences including property damage, injury or even loss of life. Knowing how to use the equipment properly and following established policies and procedures can help minimize risk. That’s what this program is all about, the basics of crane safety.
  • Pre-Shift Walk Around Inspection: Backhoes SSC017EE

    Backhoes must be inspected before they are operated, every time its operated. It’s the law. A proper inspection protects the operator and those working nearby by ensuring that the equipment is mechanically safe. That’s what this video is all about, how to preform a thorough and accurate pre-shift inspection. The equipment is broken down into 4 quadrants to ensure accuracy and consistency for every inspection.
  • Respiratory Protection: The Facts - SS1030BE (17 mins)

    Sometimes it is difficult to respect a hazard you can’t see or one that may take years to affect you. Respirators can provide protection, but only if they are worn and used properly. Respiratory Protection creates an awareness and respect for the hazards by demonstrating with highly effective graphics how the respiratory system works and the effects of different airborne hazards. The program covers proper use, care and maintenance of air-purifying respirators and the importance of proper selection and fit. Respiratory Protection will educate and motivate your worker on when and how to properly use their air-purifying respirator.
  • Respiratory Protection: The Facts - SS1030BS (18 mins) Spanish

    Sometimes it is difficult to respect a hazard you can’t see or one that may take years to affect you. Respirators can provide protection, but only if they are worn and used properly. Respiratory Protection creates an awareness and respect for the hazards by demonstrating with highly effective graphics how the respiratory system works and the effects of different airborne hazards. The program covers proper use, care and maintenance of air-purifying respirators and the importance of proper selection and fit. Respiratory Protection will educate and motivate your worker on when and how to properly use their air-purifying respirator.
  • Rooftop Loading Safety - SS3025AE

  • Rooftop Safety - SS21002AE (7 mins)

  • Safety Bob’s Comprehensive Construction Orientation – E1316E (24 min.)

    Construction work is very dangerous, as nearly 1,000 workers are killed and thousands of others are injured on construction jobsites each year. While there have been many safety improvements over the years to control the hazards that contribute to these incidents, new and inexperienced workers still get hurt on the jobsite way too often. This program stresses the point that these workers must be responsible for their own personal safety. Construction Safety Specialist Bob Synnett discusses the hazards of construction work and what actions construction workers can take to avoid mishaps on the job. Topics include PPE, Excavation, Ladder Safety, Scaffolding, Fall Protection and Electrical Safety.
  • Safety Bob’s Comprehensive Construction Orientation – E1316S (24 min.) Spanish

    Construction work is very dangerous, as nearly 1,000 workers are killed and thousands of others are injured on construction jobsites each year. While there have been many safety improvements over the years to control the hazards that contribute to these incidents, new and inexperienced workers still get hurt on the jobsite way too often. This program stresses the point that these workers must be responsible for their own personal safety. Construction Safety Specialist Bob Synnett discusses the hazards of construction work and what actions construction workers can take to avoid mishaps on the job. Topics include PPE, Excavation, Ladder Safety, Scaffolding, Fall Protection and Electrical Safety.
  • Scissor Lifts in Industrial and Construction Environments – M172AE (13 mins)

    Excellent training program for anyone working on or near scaffolding. Attention given to safety rules, operating procedures, and safe use of scaffolds. Meets scaffold training requirements.
  • Scissor Lifts in Industrial and Construction Environments – M172AS (13 mins) Spanish

    Excellent training program for anyone working on or near scaffolding. Attention given to safety rules, operating procedures, and safe use of scaffolds. Meets scaffold training requirements.
  • Shop Safety - SS1083IE (8 mins)

  • Shop Safety - SS1083IS (8 mins) Spanish

  • Supported Scaffold - M074E (23 mins)

  • Supported Scaffold - M074S (23 mins) Spanish

  • Surviving The Fall: Proper Use Of Your Personal Fall Arrest System - E4731E (11 mins)

    Falling just a short distance can generate huge forces and cause injury, even if you don’t hit the ground. The proper use of fall protection equipment reduces these forces and prevents injuries. In this program, viewers will see fall protection equipment deployed in actual fall events and learn the proper selection and use of these devices. In addition to safe work practices, such as 100 percent tie-off techniques, emphasis is placed on having a rescue plan in place should a fall occur.
  • Telehandlers: Safe Operation - SSC018S (12 min.) SPANISH

    The Telehandler is a versatile piece of equipment found on almost every job site. These unique machines can lift up to 10,000 loads and extend outwards 30 to 40 feet. Because of the size and power of this machine the safety and training of for this equipment is very important.
  • Telehandlers: Safe Operation – SSC018E (12 min.)

    The Telehandler is a versatile piece of equipment found on almost every job site. These unique machines can lift up to 10,000 loads and extend outwards 30 to 40 feet. Because of the size and power of this machine the safety and training of for this equipment is very important.
  • Traffic Control/Flagger Safety Construction – C003M (8 min.)

    Training for anyone who is assigned the task of traffic control/flagger. Explains proper equipment, operating rules and professional attitude during this important assignment. Extremely important topics include: General considerations Inspecting fall protection components Storage and maintenance Webbing Hardware Ropes Retrieval systems When to replace parts Buddy system Personal fall protection and more Extremely important topics include:
  • Trenching and Shoring Safety in Construction Environments - M269E (23 min)

    MARCOM's Video On Demand (VOD) program on Trenching & Shoring Safety in Construction Environments helps facilities comply with OSHA's regulations and safe work practices that can prevent accidents from occurring. Twenty percent of workplace fatalities in the U.S. involve construction workers, but their chances of getting killed on the job more than double when they're working in a trench. An average of two employees are killed every month when the trench they're working in collapses on them. Many of these deaths and thousands of injuries can be prevented when employees understand the hazards that can be encountered in trenching work. This program covers the hazards of trenching, soil types and protective systems, the competent person, worksite inspection, testing, access, egress, setback and equipment, working defensively and more. This VOD program is one of the most effective and efficient ways to get employees the training that they need, in a classroom or individually through their desktop or tablet computer. The program can be delivered through your distributor or loaded onto your own delivery system.
  • Trenching and Shoring Safety in Construction Environments - M269S (23 min) Spanish

    This program covers the hazards of trenching, soil types and protective systems, the competent person, worksite inspection, testing, access, egress, setback and equipment, working defensively and more.
  • Walking & Working Surfaces - M242S (18 mins) Spanish

    Walking and Working Surfaces training identifies the hazards that are associated with different surfaces, and provides the practical information and specific procedures employees need to help prevent slips, trips and falls on the job.
  • Walking and Working Surfaces In Construction – M19055 (17 min.)

    Topics included in this safety video are: Causes of fatalities Soil Causes of cave-ins What is a trench OSHA standards What the competent person must do Inspections Hazardous atmospheres Water control Soil classification Manual testing The pocket penetrometer. Extremely important topics include: General considerations Inspecting fall protection components Storage and maintenance Webbing Hardware Ropes Retrieval systems When to replace parts Buddy system Personal fall protection and more

Driver Safety and Training

  • Armored Transport: General Security Procedures – AT1001 (13 min.)

    Security is the very heart of the Armored Transport Industry. While every Transport company has their own individual policies and procedures, the techniques and processes in this video are common to anyone transporting cash or other valuables in an armored vehicle. Topics include: The importance of proper uniform Use of deadly force Exiting and entering the vehicle Driver and cash tech responsibilities Proper parking Robbery response
  • Armored Transport: Safe Driving, A Shared Responsibility – AT1002 (18 min.)

    Armored Transport: Safe Driving, A Shared Responsibility-AT1002 (18 min.) Safe Driving instruction can benefit any driver in any industry. But, Armored Vehicle drivers face special challenges and situations and require specialized training. That’s what this program provides. Topics include: General safe driving techniques Distracted driving Differences of armored vehicles vs. passenger vehicles Passenger Safety General Security Procedures
  • Backing, Parking & Intersections - Spanish - SS1069IS

    Backing, parking and driving in intersections are three extremely vulnerable moments for a driver that all require the proper knowledge, skill and attention. This presentation will show how to prevent the usual hazards and that present themselves when backing, parking and at intersections. Instruction will be provided on minimizing distractions, handling blind spots and preventing accidents through proper vehicle operation and awareness.
  • Backing, Parking & Intersections– SS1069I (18 min.)

    Backing, parking and driving in intersections are three extremely vulnerable moments for a driver that all require the proper knowledge, skill and attention. This presentation will show how to prevent the usual hazards and that present themselves when backing, parking and at intersections. Instruction will be provided on minimizing distractions, handling blind spots and preventing accidents through proper vehicle operation and awareness.
  • Beyond Basic Driving: Company Owned Vehicles - SS5066AE

    Beyond Safe Driving is exactly that. This video won’t teach your drivers how to drive. They already know that. It goes beyond that to teach them specific skills in handling larger courtesy vehicles. These vehicles handle quite differently than most passenger cars and a specific skill set and knowledge is required to operate them safely. We address today’s #1 hazard, Distracted Driving, but we also detail numerous hazards and the steps that can be taken to reduce the risk to your driver, your vehicle and your passengers.
  • Beyond Basic Driving: Company Owned Vehicles - SS5066AS (8 mins.) Spanish

    Beyond Safe Driving is exactly that. This video won’t teach your drivers how to drive. They already know that. It goes beyond that to teach them specific skills in handling larger courtesy vehicles. These vehicles handle quite differently than most passenger cars and a specific skill set and knowledge is required to operate them safely. We address today’s #1 hazard, Distracted Driving, but we also detail numerous hazards and the steps that can be taken to reduce the risk to your driver, your vehicle and your passengers.
  • Beyond Basic Driving: Utility Cart Safety - SS5065AS (5 mins.) Spanish

    Utility carts are in use at many Hotel and Resort locations for a wide variety of purposes. This program addresses specific hazards associated with utility cart use that were compiled from actual loss control data. Viewers are shown common sense approaches to reducing risks for them, their passengers and pedestrians. This program aims to make everyone on your property safer.
  • Beyond Basic Driving: Valet Safety - SS5064AE

    There’s so much more to being a safe Valet than just driving. Not to say this program doesn’t cover safe driving; it does. But, it goes far beyond that and teaches your Valet how to take care of your customers in an effective way without compromising safety. The program covers detailed information gathered from professionals around the industry and loss control statistics. It’s a must see for new Valets or for experienced personnel who may have become complacent and need some retraining.
  • Beyond Basic Driving: Valet Safety - SS5064AS (8 mins.) Spanish

    There’s so much more to being a safe Valet than just driving. Not to say this program doesn’t cover safe driving; it does. But, it goes far beyond that and teaches your Valet how to take care of your customers in an effective way without compromising safety. The program covers detailed information gathered from professionals around the industry and loss control statistics. It’s a must see for new Valets or for experienced personnel who may have become complacent and need some retraining.
  • Choices: Safe Driving - SS1078IE

    This year, approximately 30,000 people will die in vehicle collisions. That’s 100 today. That’s 100 tomorrow…and the next day. Every Day. People’s lives are shattered. Families are torn apart. Why? Poor choices. We mention choices because that’s really what it comes down to. Will your employees choose to obey traffic laws and operate their vehicles safely? Or, will they choose to take a chance… a chance that can have grave and long lasting effects. You can help them make good choices behind the wheel with this video. Topics include: Disctracted Driving Phone Conversations Texting In-Car Distractions External Distractions Pedestrians Inclement Weather BillBoards and Drowsy Driving As well as tried and true Defensive Driving techniques relating to: Speed Limits Following Distance Intersections Aggressive Driving Anticipating Hazards & Backing and Parking
  • Defensive Driving – SS1067I (20 min.)

    Motor vehicle accidents are the leading cause of death for the American worker. Since, virtually everyone drives a vehicle every day for either business or personal reasons, defensive driving training is of vital importance. This program discusses distracted driving, stopping distances, following distances, adverse weather and other defensive driving techniques.
  • Delivery Truck Safety - SS17013AE (12 min.)

    Driving a delivery truck safely has its hazards but being informed about certain aspects of the job will help keep you safe. The material covered in this program goes beyond just safe driving. This program addresses Safe Lifting which is not only a part of a Delivery Driver’s job, buy essential to their health and well-being. Program also addresses Pre-trip inspection, distracted driving, driving in bad weather are also addressed. This is an excellent program for anyone in the delivery business, new or experienced!
  • Delivery Truck Safety - SS17013AS (12 min.) - Spanish

    Driving a delivery truck safely has its hazards but being informed about certain aspects of the job will help keep you safe. The material covered in this program goes beyond just safe driving. This program addresses Safe Lifting which is not only a part of a Delivery Driver’s job, buy essential to their health and well-being. Program also addresses Pre-trip inspection, distracted driving, driving in bad weather are also addressed. This is an excellent program for anyone in the delivery business, new or experienced!
  • Distracted Driving AM2609 (18 min.)

    In Distracted Driving, viewers are introduced to potentially dangerous situations and given information to minimize the risks and make the roads safer for drivers and their passengers. Distracted Driving discusses five major types of distractions: cell phones and other gadgets, children, aggressive drivers, drowsiness, and traveling away from home. In each segment, dramatic reenactments illustrate the dangers, as well as the use of safe driving techniques. Good judgement, alertness, and patience are stressed as the basics of safe driving. Distracted Driving is an informative program that presents realistic solutions to a common problem.
  • Distracted Driving: Make The Correct Choice – SS1068I (13 min.)

    In today’s busy world, distractions are everywhere, especially behind the wheel. Phones, Ipods, texting, talking, you name it, they’re all distractions. The temptation to use these devices behind the wheel is very real. This program identifies these hazards, exposes the dangers they present and offers practical advice on how to remain focused behind the wheel. Statistics show that up to 63% of all motor vehicle crashes are due in whole, or in part to distracted driving. In fact, distracted driving is rapidly becoming the largest contributor to serious and fatal vehicle crashes. This all-new video will help prevent you and your employees from becoming one of these statistics.
  • Driving Distractions Of The Everyday Driver– SS1073I (18 min.)

    In this presentation, viewers will become familiar with the unusual distractions faced by the everyday driver and how to prevent them from creating unsafe situations on the road. Topics covered include: Safe and effective use of comfortable controls GPS technology and cell phones How to handle additional unexpected distractions inside and outside of the vehicle
  • Driving Distractions Of The Professional Driver - SS13025A (15 min.)

    Prevent distracted driving among employees with this presentation on how professional drivers can prepare for a safe drive and maintain that safety while on the road. The material covers the host of possible distractions professional drivers face and how to avoid them through per-trip planning, knowing how to handle unexpected weather changes and handling everyday driving hazards on the job.
  • Driving In Extreme Weather Conditions - SS13018AE (10 mins.)

    The information in this program will reinforce safety practices when you drive and work in extreme weather conditions. As you drive through challenging weather conditions, proceed slowly and cautiously. Discusses several types of conditions you might encounter while driving in heavy snow, black ice, poor visibility, construction and night driving. Provides suggestions to help you avoid an accident.
  • Driving Safety: The Basics - M230 SPANISH

    Driving Safety: The Basics provides the information employees need to drive cars, vans and small trucks safely, both on and off the job. We do so much driving that it’s easy to forget how dangerous it can be. Every year accidents claim almost 35,000 lives and cause more than two million serious injuries. Fortunately, most accidents can be prevented. People can avoid trouble on the road if they approach their driving with the right skills, a well-maintained vehicle… and a safety first attitude. Areas covered in the course include information on preparing to drive safely, the fundamentals of safe driving, driving with other vehicles, driving at night and in bad weather, distracted driving and road rage, handling an emergency, and more. This VOD program is one of the most effective and efficient ways to get employees the training that they need, in a classroom or individually through their desktop or tablet computer.
  • Driving Safety: The Basics - M230AE

    Driving Safety: The Basics provides the information employees need to drive cars, vans and small trucks safely, both on and off the job. We do so much driving that it’s easy to forget how dangerous it can be. Every year accidents claim almost 35,000 lives and cause more than two million serious injuries. Fortunately, most accidents can be prevented. People can avoid trouble on the road if they approach their driving with the right skills, a well-maintained vehicle… and a safety first attitude. Areas covered in the course include information on preparing to drive safely, the fundamentals of safe driving, driving with other vehicles, driving at night and in bad weather, distracted driving and road rage, handling an emergency, and more. This VOD program is one of the most effective and efficient ways to get employees the training that they need, in a classroom or individually through their desktop or tablet computer.
  • Night Driving Tactics III - AM2587 (17 min.)

    Night Driving Tactics shows viewers why nighttime driving is riskier and how risks can be reduced. In addition to emphasizing the importance of slower speeds at night, the program also provides information on driving in heavy rain or fog, coping with drowsiness and dealing with nighttime road emergencies.
  • Pre Trip Inspection: The Circle of Safety - SS1084IE (15 mins)

    Demonstrates for professional drivers the key components of a systematic, comprehensive and easy to-remember pre-trip inspection.
  • Road Rage and Aggressive Driving - SS1076IE (12 mins.)

    Road Rage & Aggressive Driving - In any discussion of Drivers Safety, one of the most dangerous hazards is the Human Factor...the unpredictability of all the drivers on the road...and the way that emotion can influence the way we drive. Road Rage is responsible for over half of the fatal crashes on our roadways each year.
  • Snowplow Safety - SS1006JE (11 min)

    This program discusses how the safely operate Snowplows so operators can safely complete their tasks. Although they seem easy to use, they can be very dangerous when used by untrained drivers. Topics include: Pre operational inspection Obeying local, state, and federal laws Marking and flagging
  • Texting And Driving: The Facts - Spanish - SS1072IS

    Texting and driving is the new “drunk driving” of the technological world we live in. This video covers the three basic ways texting and driving distracts drivers and presents testimonials from a few drivers who have had personal experiences with texting and driving. Texting and driving not only effects you, it also effects those around you!
  • Texting And Driving: The Facts – SS1072IE (11 min.)

    Texting and driving is the new “drunk driving” of the technological world we live in. This video covers the three basic ways texting and driving distracts drivers and presents testimonials from a few drivers who have had personal experiences with texting and driving. Texting and driving not only effects you, it also effects those around you!
  • The Blindfold Effect - AP400 (17 min.)

    This dramatic video focuses on 3 driving situations that involve more than half of all collisions: following too closely, intersections and backing. Through reenactments and demonstrations of safe driving procedures, the video teaches tactical driving techniques that will improve every driver’s skill and awareness. An interactive format encourages participation.Some of the most costly injuries in agriculture are back injuries. This program explains safe lifting techniques, 10:1 ratio, hazards involved in stretching and/or twisting and more.
  • The Knock at the Door - AP3704E (5 min)

    The Knock at the Door recounts the tragic true story of 2 year-old Phil Cummings, who was killed by an alcohol impaired driver. The story, as told by Phil’s father, presents a powerful reminder about the dangers of drinking & driving. It also reinforces the message that driving brings with it a great deal of responsibility.
  • Trucks, Vans And Other Delivery Vehicles - W1055 (16 min.)

    Shows drivers how to safely operate delivery vehicles before, during and after a delivery. Topics covered include pre-trip inspections, proper backing, turning, braking and stopping procedures. Driving techniques for vehicles carrying loads and/or passengers in various weather and road conditions are demonstrated. Awareness, practicality and common sense are emphasized.
  • Utility Cart Safety - Spanish - 1043IS

    Visit link below for test questions. www.safetysourceonline.com/testquestions/1043IS-UTILITY%20CART%20Spanish.pdf Focuses on operating safety, maintenance of electric batteries, safe driving techniques and basic safety requirements. Allowing operators to drive these vehicles without proper training increases a company’s liability in the event anyone is injured as a result.
  • Utility Cart Safety - SS1043IE (10 min.)

    Focuses on operating safety, maintenance of electric batteries, safe driving techniques and basic safety requirements. Allowing operators to drive these vehicles without proper training increases a company’s liability in the event anyone is injured as a result.
  • Winter Driving - AP3263E (16 min)

    This attention grabbing safety video dramatically illustrates the importance of adjusting our driving techniques when winter rolls around. Aurora’s famous Larry character also appears in this video making one winter driving mistake after another; mistakes we can all learn from. When the Rules Change also includes a powerful interview with a woman who was involved in fatal wintertime crash – an event that changed her life forever. The video addresses: * Vehicle preparation for winter * Adjusting schedules for winter driving conditions * Maintaining good visibility * Winter driving techniques, including intersections, cornering, skid control, braking and slowing down * Winter survival supplies and techniques
  • Winter Driving Hazards - English - W1076

    Winter weather is driving full of treacherous hazards including, ice, poor visibility, winds, snow, rain and more. Each weather condition and the risks involved with driving in each specific condition are discussed. Viewers will learn how to prevent unsafe incidents, starting with awareness, and how to generally stay safe despite the imminent dangers that every driver must face in the cold months.

Electrical Safety - Lockout/Tagout

  • Arc Flash - M253E (16 mins)

    Arc Flash focuses on what arc flash is, its hazards and how employees can avoid it on the job. Electricity is so common in our homes and workplaces that we normally don’t think twice about using it. But electricity kills and injures thousands of people every year, so it’s important to understand its hazards and know how to avoid them. Electricity poses two major hazards to people who work with it. The most intense is arc flash, a violent release of electrical energy that causes severe injuries and fatalities. The second is shock, which can cause burns, internal injuries, cardiac arrest… even be fatal. Topics covered in this program include shock and how to aviod it, what arc flash is, personal protective equipment, creating an electrically safe condition, avoiding arc flash situations and more. This VOD program is one of the most effective and efficient ways to get employees the training that they need, in a classroom or individually through their desktop or tablet computer.
  • Arc Flash - M253S (15 mins) Spanish

    Arc Flash focuses on what arc flash is, its hazards and how employees can avoid it on the job. Electricity is so common in our homes and workplaces that we normally don’t think twice about using it. But electricity kills and injures thousands of people every year, so it’s important to understand its hazards and know how to avoid them. Electricity poses two major hazards to people who work with it. The most intense is arc flash, a violent release of electrical energy that causes severe injuries and fatalities. The second is shock, which can cause burns, internal injuries, cardiac arrest… even be fatal. Topics covered in this program include shock and how to aviod it, what arc flash is, personal protective equipment, creating an electrically safe condition, avoiding arc flash situations and more. This VOD program is one of the most effective and efficient ways to get employees the training that they need, in a classroom or individually through their desktop or tablet computer.
  • Aviation Lockout/Tagout - SS4000AE

    Lockout/Tagout procedures may be necessary for many pieces of equipment in your facility during maintenance or repair. This program is a great tool for training “affected” and “authorized” employees in lockout/tagout procedures. This includes workers in maintenance areas. A lack of knowledge pertaining to proper lockout/tagout procedures can have tragic results.
  • Aviation Lockout/Tagout - SS4000AS Spanish

    Lockout/Tagout procedures may be necessary for many pieces of equipment in your facility during maintenance or repair. This program is a great tool for training “affected” and “authorized” employees in lockout/tagout procedures. This includes workers in maintenance areas. A lack of knowledge pertaining to proper lockout/tagout procedures can have tragic results.
  • Electrical Safety - M098E (18 mins)

  • Electrical Safety - M098S (18 mins.) Spanish

  • Electrical safety for Non-Electricians - AP3140E (17 mins)

    This comprehensive program is designed for general employees to raise awareness about electrical hazards and help prevent common electrical injuries. The valuable information helps protect employees on and off the job. Topics include: * Basic Electrical Terms and Definitions * Common Electrical Hazards * Safety Practices to Prevent Injury Included are several brief reenactments of electrical mishaps that will be reviewed to determine the primary contributing factors and to identify safe work practices that would prevent the mishap. Short interviews with people who have actually experienced electrical mishaps will help reinforce the safety message.
  • Electrical safety for Non-Electricians - AP3140S (19 mins.) Spanish

    This comprehensive program is designed for general employees to raise awareness about electrical hazards and help prevent common electrical injuries. The valuable information helps protect employees on and off the job. Topics include: * Basic Electrical Terms and Definitions * Common Electrical Hazards * Safety Practices to Prevent Injury Included are several brief reenactments of electrical mishaps that will be reviewed to determine the primary contributing factors and to identify safe work practices that would prevent the mishap. Short interviews with people who have actually experienced electrical mishaps will help reinforce the safety message.
  • Electrical Safety in the Laboratory - M19005E

    Electrical Safety in the Laboratory emphasizes the need for safety when using electricity, and discusses how to reduce the potential for accidents involving electrical shock, fire and explosions. Today, laboratories rely on a vast array of electrically powered equipment. To work safely with this equipment, employees need to understand how electricity works, be aware of common electrical hazards and know how to use electricity safely. Areas covered in the course include how electricity works, common electrical hazards, fuses, circuit breakers and grounding, using and maintaining electrical equipment, accidents and emergency procedures, and more.
  • Lockout Tagout Refresher (Employee) - A4929E

    Lockout/tagout is a procedure that isolates a piece of equipment form its energy source. Its purpose is to prevent a piece of equipment from accidentally starting up while a person is performing maintenance or repairs. Before you perform any work that requires lockout/tagout, make sure that you've been properly trained.
  • Lockout/Tagout - SS1036AS (14 mins) Spanish

    It is estimated that over 100 workers are seriously injured every day due to failure to properly lockout-tagout equipment. This program covers the purpose of lockout-tagout, the hazards associated with the accidental release of stored energy, proper lockout-tagout procedures for attaining zero energy state, proper startup procedures and special situations. Referred by many professionals as the best training program in the market, Lockout-Tagout creates an awareness and respect for the hazards and motivates your workers to follow best practices to prevent incidents and ensure their safety.
  • Lockout/Tagout Procedures – SS1036AE (14 mins)

    It is estimated that over 100 workers are seriously injured every day due to failure to properly lockout-tagout equipment. This program covers the purpose of lockout-tagout, the hazards associated with the accidental release of stored energy, proper lockout-tagout procedures for attaining zero energy state, proper startup procedures and special situations. Referred by many professionals as the best training program in the market, Lockout-Tagout creates an awareness and respect for the hazards and motivates your workers to follow best practices to prevent incidents and ensure their safety.
  • Operating Electric Pallet Jacks Safely - E2474E (15 mins)

    Electric pallet jacks, often called pallet trucks, are designed for lifting and transporting palletized materials over relatively short distances. They come in many different types and styles and are vital to daily operations in today's industry. Even though they seem simple to use, they can be very dangerous when used by an untrained operator or in an unsafe manner. This program discusses how to safely operate electric-powered pallet jacks so operators can deliver their loads while avoiding injury and property damage. Topics include pre-operational inspection, driving and handling characteristics, lifting, moving and placing loads, avoiding incidents involving pedestrians, traveling on sloped surfaces and working on loading docks
  • Operating Electric Pallet Jacks Safely - E2747S - Spanish (15 mins)

    Electric pallet jacks, often called pallet trucks, are designed for lifting and transporting palletized materials over relatively short distances. They come in many different types and styles and are vital to daily operations in today's industry. Even though they seem simple to use, they can be very dangerous when used by an untrained operator or in an unsafe manner. This program discusses how to safely operate electric-powered pallet jacks so operators can deliver their loads while avoiding injury and property damage. Topics include pre-operational inspection, driving and handling characteristics, lifting, moving and placing loads, avoiding incidents involving pedestrians, traveling on sloped surfaces and working on loading docks
  • Safe Electrical Work Practices and the 2018 NFPA 70E - E1717

    This video explains the important changes and updates contained in the 2018 NFPA 70E and explains how electrical workers can be protected from both the shock hazard and arc flash hazard presented by exposed energized parts. The 2018 NFPA 70E places an emphasis on controlling risk. Other key changes include: Revised reference tables for establishing approach boundaries and selecting arc-rated clothing & PPE An additional unit of measure for incident energy, selecting arc-rated PPE, and establishing an arc flash boundary Updates of key definitions An explanation of employer and employee responsibilities
  • Safe Electrical Work Practices and the 2018 NFPA 70E - E1717S Spanish

    This video explains the important changes and updates contained in the 2018 NFPA 70E and explains how electrical workers can be protected from both the shock hazard and arc flash hazard presented by exposed energized parts. The 2018 NFPA 70E places an emphasis on controlling risk. As such, the electrical safety program, the shock hazard assessment, and the arc flash hazard assessment must now consider the likelihood as well as the severity of injury related to an electrical hazard. When controlling risk, the 2018 regulation now requires that a specific hierarchy of controls be followed. Another new requirement is that the potential for human error be considered in all risk assessments. Annex Q has been added to help explain how human performance can be applied to workplace electrical safety. The required elements of the Electrical Safety Program have been revised to now include a written job safety plan in addition to a job briefing, inspection of equipment, incident investigation, and risk assessment. Other key changes include: Revised reference tables for establishing approach boundaries and selecting arc-rated clothing & PPE An additional unit of measure for incident energy, selecting arc-rated PPE, and establishing an arc flash boundary Updates of key definitions An explanation of employer and employee responsibilities
  • Solid Waste: Lockout Tagout - SS10035AE (13 min.)

    In most industries it is as simple as turning off the power and installing a lock to prevent the power from being turned back on. In the solid waste industry the purpose is the same, protecting employees, but the energy sources we need to control aren’t usually controlled by just a circuit breaker. This program takes a detailed look about how to properly lock and block trash hauling vehicles during maintenance and clean out operations.
  • Supermarket: Lockout/Tagout (7 min.) - 11002AS

    Failure to lock out and tag machinery before working on it is a major cause of injury and death in the United States. Workers can be electrocuted or lose fingers, hands, arms, or suffer severe crushing injuries because machinery is inadvertently turned on while being serviced or maintained. Lockout/Tagout prevents these in juries. This short program is designed to explain basic lockout/tagout procedures, some terminology used in the procedures and general requirements.
  • Supermarket: Lockout/Tagout (7 min.) SS 11002AE

    Failure to lock out and tag machinery before working on it is a major cause of injury and death in the United States. Workers can be electrocuted or lose fingers, hands, arms, or suffer severe crushing injuries because machinery is inadvertently turned on while being serviced or maintained. Lockout/Tagout prevents these in juries. This short program is designed to explain basic lockout/tagout procedures, some terminology used in the procedures and general requirements.
  • To The Point About: Lockout/Tagout Programs - ETP05E (14 mins)

    Our workplace is full of hazards, hazards that can hurt us or kill us. Controlling these hazards and preventing injuries is the point of our safety and health program. One such hazard is the unexpected starting of machines or other unplanned releases of hazardous energy. Controlling hazardous energy can prevent injuries and save lives. That is the point of our facility’s “Energy Control” or “Lockout/Tagout” program. And that is the point of this program. Topics the energy control plan, situations requiring lockout/tagout, lockout/tagout devices, energy control procedures and returning equipment to service.
  • To The Point About: Lockout/Tagout Programs - ETP05S (14 mins) Spanish

    Our workplace is full of hazards, hazards that can hurt us or kill us. Controlling these hazards and preventing injuries is the point of our safety and health program. One such hazard is the unexpected starting of machines or other unplanned releases of hazardous energy. Controlling hazardous energy can prevent injuries and save lives. That is the point of our facility’s “Energy Control” or “Lockout/Tagout” program. And that is the point of this program. Topics the energy control plan, situations requiring lockout/tagout, lockout/tagout devices, energy control procedures and returning equipment to service.

Emergency Preparedness and Fire Safety

  • Active Shooter & Workplace Violence - E1412E

    Emergencies involving violence are unfortunately a real possibility in today’s workplace. This can also include encountering an active shooter on the premises. One of your job responsibilities is to be prepared and know how to respond should such an emergency occur at your workplace. Knowing the proper procedures to follow during an emergency could mean the difference between life and death. The purpose of this program is to familiarize you with basic response practices when encountering workplace violence, practices that will help you to be prepared for and to respond to a violent emergency. Topics include indicators of potentially violent behavior, how to respond to violent behavior, how to respond to an active shooter situation and how to react when law enforcement arrives at an active shooter scene.
  • Active Shooter & Workplace Violence - E1412S SPANISH

    Emergencies involving violence are unfortunately a real possibility in today’s workplace. This can also include encountering an active shooter on the premises. One of your job responsibilities is to be prepared and know how to respond should such an emergency occur at your workplace. Knowing the proper procedures to follow during an emergency could mean the difference between life and death. The purpose of this program is to familiarize you with basic response practices when encountering workplace violence, practices that will help you to be prepared for and to respond to a violent emergency. Topics include indicators of potentially violent behavior, how to respond to violent behavior, how to respond to an active shooter situation and how to react when law enforcement arrives at an active shooter scene.
  • CPR AED Awareness Training – SS1070I (31 min.)

    Included in this video is a step by step approach on what to do for an adult cardiac emergency, calling 911, and a comprehensive description and demonstration section on how to perform CPR for the adult age group. A brief introduction to the AED (Automated External Defibrillator), the importance of this life-saving device and how to operate one.
  • Earthquake Safety SS1005IE (12 min.)

    Earthquakes, like tornadoes and hurricanes, hit with little or no warning. Being properly prepared can make all the difference in how you & your workplace are affected. This program teaches you how to prepare for the emergencies, from storing supplies and “Earthquake-Proofing” your environment to training your employees in all emergency & evacuation procedures. Learn how to greatly reduce the impact of earthquakes or any natural disaster.
  • Emergency Evacuation: Hospitality – SS5016AE (12 min.)

    Explains the essentials of evacuations, precautions to take, and what to do in case of an emergency. Although designed for large buildings, it can be adapted to any size facility.
  • Emergency First Aid – SS1058IE (19 min.)

    First Aid is the immediate card given to the injured or suddenly ill person, it is temporary assistance until proper medical professionals are available. This training program is designed to provide information so that you can help a victim that is in need of first aid. This program discusses many life threatening situations such as CPR, shock, bleeding, drowning and poisoning.
  • Emergency Preparedness & Response - E1403S (22 min.) SPANISH

    While they may be rare, fires, severe weather, chemical spills or exposures, severe injuries, medical emergencies, workplace violence and other emergency situations often occur without warning. Employees have the responsibility to be prepared and know how to respond should such an emergency occur at their workplace. Knowing the proper procedures to follow during an emergency could mean the difference between life and death. The purpose of this program is to familiarize viewers with basic emergency response practices that will help them be prepared for and respond to a crisis or an emergency.
  • Emergency Preparedness & Response - E1403 (22 min.)

    While they may be rare, fires, severe weather, chemical spills or exposures, severe injuries, medical emergencies, workplace violence and other emergency situations often occur without warning. Employees have the responsibility to be prepared and know how to respond should such an emergency occur at their workplace. Knowing the proper procedures to follow during an emergency could mean the difference between life and death. The purpose of this program is to familiarize viewers with basic emergency response practices that will help them be prepared for and respond to a crisis or an emergency.
  • Emergency Preparedness: An Employee's Responsibility – SS1051I (25 min.)

    No one can predict when an emergency will happen. For this reason, everyone in your facility must be prepared. Proper preparedness can help minimize the loss of life and property damage should a disaster occur. This program is comprehensive and will educate your workforce about how they can prepare for disasters such as floods, fires and hurricanes and how they can help prevent the impact of workplace violence, terrorism and arson. This program is a great way to raise awareness in your company an ensure that your employees know what to do when a disaster strikes.
  • Emergency Preparedness: An Employee’s Responsibility - Spanish - SS1051IS

    No one can predict when an emergency will happen. For this reason, everyone in your facility must be prepared. Proper preparedness can help minimize the loss of life and property damage should a disaster occur. This program is comprehensive and will educate your workforce about how they can prepare for disasters such as floods, fires and hurricanes and how they can help prevent the impact of workplace violence, terrorism and arson. This program is a great way to raise awareness in your company an ensure that your employees know what to do when a disaster strikes.
  • Evacuation Procedures - M240AS

    with answers. Evacuation Procedures provides the information employees need to learn what steps to take to act quickly and safely during an evacuation. Dealing with an emergency is never easy. Neither is evacuating a facility when one is happening. Very few people can think clearly or act logically in a crisis, and our urge to get out can easily turn into panic. The result can often be a stampede that causes injuries and property damage. But it doesn’t have to be that way, because you can help to ensure that an evacuation is calm and orderly.The course includes information on the Evacuation Team, preparing yourself for an evacuation, basic evacuation procedures, evacuating multi-story buildings, coping with fires and explosions, dealing with HAZMAT emergencies, and more. This VOD program is one of the most effective and efficient ways to get employees the training that they need, in a classroom or individually through their desktop or tablet computer.
  • Evacuation Procedures - M240E

    Evacuation Procedures provides the information employees need to learn what steps to take to act quickly and safely during an evacuation. Dealing with an emergency is never easy. Neither is evacuating a facility when one is happening. Very few people can think clearly or act logically in a crisis, and our urge to get out can easily turn into panic. The result can often be a stampede that causes injuries and property damage. But it doesn’t have to be that way, because you can help to ensure that an evacuation is calm and orderly.The course includes information on the Evacuation Team, preparing yourself for an evacuation, basic evacuation procedures, evacuating multi-story buildings, coping with fires and explosions, dealing with HAZMAT emergencies, and more. This VOD program is one of the most effective and efficient ways to get employees the training that they need, in a classroom or individually through their desktop or tablet computer.
  • Fire Extinguisher Training - SS5072AS (5 mins) Spanish

    Fire Extinguishers…your first line of defense in the event of a fire. Does everyone on your staff know how to use one and when to use one? This program covers the basics of HOW to properly use a fire extinguisher and WHEN to use it.
  • Fire Extinguisher Training - SS5072AE (5 mins.)

    Fire Extinguishers...your first line of defense in the event of a fire. Does everyone on your staff know how to use one and when to use one? This program covers the basics of HOW to properly use a fire extinguisher and WHEN to use it.
  • Fire Extinguishers - M046S (20 mins) Spanish

  • Fire Prevention 101 - SS5068AE (5 mins)

    Few things can be more terrifying and catastrophic than a fire. That is why training and education is so important. This video looks at ways fires can be prevented and covers the basics of fire prevention, conditions that contribute to fires and steps employees can take to minimize the risk of a potential fire in a unit.
  • Fire Prevention 101 - SS5068AS (5 mins) Spanish

    Few things can be more terrifying and catastrophic than a fire. That is why training and education is so important. This video looks at ways fires can be prevented and covers the basics of fire prevention, conditions that contribute to fires and steps employees can take to minimize the risk of a potential fire in a unit.
  • To The Point About Fire Prevention & Response - ETP07 - Spanish

    Work materials, equipment and other objects are all at risk for catching on fire in our workplaces. Correcting fire hazards and knowing how to respond to a fire can prevent injuries and save lives. This program discusses how workers can prevent fires and how they should respond should one occur. Topics include classes of fire, good housekeeping, storage of flammable materials, hot work precautions, responding to fires.
  • To The Point About Fire Prevention Response - ETP07

    Work materials, equipment and other objects are all at risk for catching on fire in our workplaces. Correcting fire hazards and knowing how to respond to a fire can prevent injuries and save lives. This program discusses how workers can prevent fires and how they should respond should one occur. Topics include classes of fire, good housekeeping, storage of flammable materials, hot work precautions, responding to fires.
  • To The Point About Proper Use of Fire Extinguishers - ETP10 (11 min.)

    Everyone in your facility should be trained in the proper use of fire extinguishers. Explains the different classes of fires, types of fire extinguishers, the key word PASS, life safety, and other tips.
  • To The Point About Proper Use of Fire Extinguishers - ETP10 (11 min.) Spanish

    Everyone in your facility should be trained in the proper use of fire extinguishers. Explains the different classes of fires, types of fire extinguishers, the key word PASS, life safety, and other tips.
  • Using Fire Extinguishers - M294E (16 min)

    "Using Fire Extinguishers" looks at different types of fires, discuss how they should be put out, and explain how employees can use extinguishers effectively and safely if a fire emergency occurs. Topics covered in these products include: How fires burn. "Classes" of fires. Dry chemical and carbon dioxide extinguishers. Water and foam extinguishers. Using a fire extinguisher. Maintaining fire extinguishers. and more.

Ergonomics Training

  • Ergonomics - What's Wrong With This Picture? – SS1049I (10 min.)

    In this video, students are shown scenes of office employees at work and are asked to identify the hazards present. The clips are played back with narration and graphics explaining the problem and how to correct it. This method can make the training more interesting to employees weary of standard safety videos.
  • Industrial Ergonomics - SS1082IE (9mins)

    The official definition of Ergonomics is this...to apply engineering controls and scientific principles when designing a work environment that accommodates the employee in relation to the workplace, product, equipment, tools, workspace and organization of the work. The objective of ergonomics is to fit the task to the worker, rather than forcing the worker to adapt to the existing conditions. To put it simply, ergonomics is about making your job more user friendly. This video does exactly that and along the way you’ll learn how to prevent CTDs and other cumulative injuries by recognizing the warning signs before they cause pain and discomfort. The Goal? Fewer injuries and CTD's, improved productivity with less time off the job due to ergonomic injuries, and an overall better quality of life, on and off the job.
  • MIPP Ergonomic Housekeeping Training - SS5073AE (17 mins.)

    This video addresses common causes of housekeeper strains and injuries. Ergonomic principles and postures are taught as a way to increase comfort and increase safety. Early recognition of symptoms is taught as the key to preventing injuries. Proper postures while making beds, vacuuming, cleaning the bathroom and others are presented in an easy to understand way.
  • MIPP Ergonomic Housekeeping Training - SS5073AS (17 mins.) Spanish

    This video addresses common causes of housekeeper strains and injuries. Ergonomic principles and postures are taught as a way to increase comfort and increase safety. Early recognition of symptoms is taught as the key to preventing injuries. Proper postures while making beds, vacuuming, cleaning the bathroom and others are presented in an easy to understand way.
  • Office Ergonomics: Adjusting Your Workstation - SS1057IE (14 min.)

    This unique approach to Ergonomics training, begins by asking each viewer to select what area of their body, if any, is experiencing pain or discomfort. They are shown common postures that can cause or contribute to the conditions. The viewer is then lead through a comprehensive and specific method of adjusting a workstation to maximize neutral postures and minimize pain, discomfort and strain. This program also points out the multitude of other factors outside of the workplace that can contribute to musculo-skeletal disorders. This encourages viewers to take steps to adopt neutral postures in all of their activities.
  • To the point about Ergonomics - ETP15

    When parts of our bodies are subjected to awkward positions, we risk the development of musculoskeletal disorders (MSDs). Using proper work practice controls in both office and industrial settings can prevent these types of injuries. This program discusses how workers can use these controls to reduce, control or eliminate ergonomic risk factors. Topics include engineering & administrative controls, work practice controls for various body parts, how to lift & carry loads properly, and how & why to report symptoms of MSDs.
  • Understanding & Controlling Ergonomic Risk Factors - E4761S SPANISH

    Ergonomics can be complicated, but this program provides a simple explanation all employees can understand. Ergonomic controls are used in almost all workplaces to prevent musculoskeletal disorders (MSDs), often called cumulative trauma disorders or repetitive stress injuries. Workers often ignore the signs and symptoms of these disorders until a chronic condition has developed and they often don’t know the measures they can take to prevent them. That’s the purpose of this program–to explain what ergonomics and musculoskeletal disorders are and the measures your organization takes to control ergonomic risk factors. More importantly, the program reviews work control practices that workers can follow to prevent musculoskeletal injuries and illnesses. It also features both office and industrial settings to illustrate important lessons about ergonomics.
  • Understanding Controlling Ergonomic Risk Factors - E4761E

    Ergonomics can be complicated, but this program provides a simple explanation all employees can understand. Ergonomic controls are used in almost all workplaces to prevent musculoskeletal disorders (MSDs), often called cumulative trauma disorders or repetitive stress injuries. Workers often ignore the signs and symptoms of these disorders until a chronic condition has developed and they often don’t know the measures they can take to prevent them. That’s the purpose of this program–to explain what ergonomics and musculoskeletal disorders are and the measures your organization takes to control ergonomic risk factors. More importantly, the program reviews work control practices that workers can follow to prevent musculoskeletal injuries and illnesses. It also features both office and industrial settings to illustrate important lessons about ergonomics.

Forklifts & Material Handling

  • Aerial Lift Work Platform – SS1025G SPANISH

    Aerial work platforms provide access to work areas that were one difficult or impossible to reach. But, there are potential hazards involved. That’s why anyone operating an aerial work platform must be trained and authorized before using the equipment. This program covers a broad range of topics including: Pre-Shift Inspections Operating Controls Safe Operating Procedures Driving and Steering Speed Control Fall Protection and others.
  • Aerial Lift Work Platform – SS1025GE (15 min.)

    Aerial work platforms provide access to work areas that were one difficult or impossible to reach. But, there are potential hazards involved. That’s why anyone operating an aerial work platform must be trained and authorized before using the equipment. This program covers a broad range of topics including: Pre-Shift Inspections Operating Controls Safe Operating Procedures Driving and Steering Speed Control Fall Protection and others.
  • Bucket Truck Safety - SS1021GS

    Bucket trucks are great tools used in a broad range of industries for a variety of uses. They allow workers to reach places they could not normally reach and do jobs they could not normally do alone. But, there are dangers workers may face…and that’s what this program is all about…the hazards associated with Bucket Trucks and steps that can be taken to help minimize risk and keep your employees, and those working around them, safe.
  • Bucket Truck Safety – SS1021GE (12 min.)

    Bucket trucks are great tools used in a broad range of industries for a variety of uses. They allow workers to reach places they could not normally reach and do jobs they could not normally do alone. But, there are dangers workers may face…and that’s what this program is all about…the hazards associated with Bucket Trucks and steps that can be taken to help minimize risk and keep your employees, and those working around them, safe.
  • Crane Safety in Industry - M122E

    "Crane Safety" points out to employees that over 90% of crane-related accidents are caused by human error... and that they are the key to preventing these incidents. Topics covered in these products include: Recent changes in the OSHA crane regulations. Operator certification. Equipment inspection and hazard assessment. Boom, jib and overhead cranes. General and operational safety devices. Crane operations and hand signals. Working around power lines. and more.
  • Crane Safety in Industry - M122S Spanish

    "Crane Safety" points out to employees that over 90% of crane-related accidents are caused by human error... and that they are the key to preventing these incidents. Topics covered in these products include: Recent changes in the OSHA crane regulations. Operator certification. Equipment inspection and hazard assessment. Boom, jib and overhead cranes. General and operational safety devices. Crane operations and hand signals. Working around power lines. and more.
  • Electric Pallet Jack - English - 1013GE

    Examines proper safety procedures for operating and maintaining powered pallet jacks. Topics include: Operator safety rules Daily maintenance procedures And general safety procedures.
  • Electric Pallet Jack – SS1013GS (12 min.)

    Examines proper safety procedures for operating and maintaining powered pallet jacks. Topics include: Operator safety rules Daily maintenance procedures And general safety procedures.
  • Forklift Operator Training - SS1024GS (18 min.) SPANISH

    This program utilizes video shot on location as well as 3D animations to train new or experienced employees in the importance of safe operation and the responsibilities of professional lift truck operations, and the skills and techniques operators can use to help ensure workplace safety and incident prevention. Anyone required to operate forklifts must be trained in accordance with mandated standards. Training must include a wide variety of topics including engineering principles, forklift operating rules, equipment characteristics, differences between a forklift and a car, environmental hazards, operator maintenance, hazardous locations, surface operating conditions, site-specific operations, potential hazards, and other pertinent information. This video does just that and is a great training aid for training new operators or as refresher training for experienced operators.
  • Forklift Operator Training – SS1024GE (18 min.)

    This program utilizes video shot on location as well as 3D animations to train new or experienced employees in the importance of safe operation and the responsibilities of professional lift truck operations, and the skills and techniques operators can use to help ensure workplace safety and incident prevention. Anyone required to operate forklifts must be trained in accordance with mandated standards. Training must include a wide variety of topics including engineering principles, forklift operating rules, equipment characteristics, differences between a forklift and a car, environmental hazards, operator maintenance, hazardous locations, surface operating conditions, site-specific operations, potential hazards, and other pertinent information. This video does just that and is a great training aid for training new operators or as refresher training for experienced operators.
  • Forklift Safety Lessons For The Safe Pedestrian - E4733

    Forklifts can be very dangerous for both operators and employees out on the floor. In fact, 20 percent of all forklift incidents involve pedestrians being struck by a lift truck. In such an incident, it’s the pedestrian that will suffer an injury or even death. These workers can avoid this by paying attention to the surroundings, staying a safe distance away from forklifts and following proper procedures. That’s the purpose of this program–to show viewers the precautions they can take to prevent serious, often traumatic injuries that occur when forklifts come into contact with pedestrians.
  • Forklift Safety Lessons For The Safe Pedestrian - E4733S SPANISH

    Forklifts can be very dangerous for both operators and employees out on the floor. In fact, 20 percent of all forklift incidents involve pedestrians being struck by a lift truck. In such an incident, it’s the pedestrian that will suffer an injury or even death. These workers can avoid this by paying attention to the surroundings, staying a safe distance away from forklifts and following proper procedures. That’s the purpose of this program–to show viewers the precautions they can take to prevent serious, often traumatic injuries that occur when forklifts come into contact with pedestrians.
  • Forklift Safety: The Experienced Operator - SS1022GS (14 min.) SPANISH

    Aimed at experienced operators, this program communicates the importance of operating a forklift in a professional and safe manner and creates an awareness and respect for the potential hazards they may encounter. It establishes that the forklift operator is responsible for their safety and the safety of the people around them. Forklift Safety: The Experienced Operator will motivate your drivers to use the operating skills and techniques they’ve been taught to prevent accidents and injuries.
  • Forklift Safety: The Experienced Operator – SS1022GE (14 min.)

    Aimed at experienced operators, this program communicates the importance of operating a forklift in a professional and safe manner and creates an awareness and respect for the potential hazards they may encounter. It establishes that the forklift operator is responsible for their safety and the safety of the people around them. Forklift Safety: The Experienced Operator will motivate your drivers to use the operating skills and techniques they’ve been taught to prevent accidents and injuries.
  • Operating Electric Pallet Jacks Safely - E2474E (15 mins)

    Electric pallet jacks, often called pallet trucks, are designed for lifting and transporting palletized materials over relatively short distances. They come in many different types and styles and are vital to daily operations in today's industry. Even though they seem simple to use, they can be very dangerous when used by an untrained operator or in an unsafe manner. This program discusses how to safely operate electric-powered pallet jacks so operators can deliver their loads while avoiding injury and property damage. Topics include pre-operational inspection, driving and handling characteristics, lifting, moving and placing loads, avoiding incidents involving pedestrians, traveling on sloped surfaces and working on loading docks
  • Operating Electric Pallet Jacks Safely - E2747S - Spanish (15 mins)

    Electric pallet jacks, often called pallet trucks, are designed for lifting and transporting palletized materials over relatively short distances. They come in many different types and styles and are vital to daily operations in today's industry. Even though they seem simple to use, they can be very dangerous when used by an untrained operator or in an unsafe manner. This program discusses how to safely operate electric-powered pallet jacks so operators can deliver their loads while avoiding injury and property damage. Topics include pre-operational inspection, driving and handling characteristics, lifting, moving and placing loads, avoiding incidents involving pedestrians, traveling on sloped surfaces and working on loading docks
  • Operating Order Selectors Safely - E2475 - Spanish (17 mins)

    Order selectors, sometimes called order pickers, allow us to move materials, supplies and merchandise to and from storage areas more efficiently than ever before. Like all other powered industrial trucks, they can be extremely hazardous if safe work practices are not followed. Operators of order selectors have a responsibility to operate them in a safe manner at all times. This program examines some common hazards posed by the operation of order selectors and how to control these hazards through safe operating practices. Topics include order selector stability characteristics, pre-operational inspection, lifting and stacking materials properly, fall prevention, safe traveling techniques, preventing injuries to pedestrians and properly parking the vehicle.
  • Operating Order Selectors Safely - E2475E (17 mins.)

    Order selectors, sometimes called order pickers, allow us to move materials, supplies and merchandise to and from storage areas more efficiently than ever before. Like all other powered industrial trucks, they can be extremely hazardous if safe work practices are not followed. Operators of order selectors have a responsibility to operate them in a safe manner at all times. This program examines some common hazards posed by the operation of order selectors and how to control these hazards through safe operating practices. Topics include order selector stability characteristics, pre-operational inspection, lifting and stacking materials properly, fall prevention, safe traveling techniques, preventing injuries to pedestrians and properly parking the vehicle.
  • Reach Truck Safety - SS1027GS

    Reach trucks, also known as narrow aisle trucks, are designed to operate in warehouses with narrow aisles. These trucks have some things in common with standard sit down forklifts, but also have some unique features that need to be taken into account in order to operate safely. This program covers: Pre-shift inspections Load capacities Basic safe operating procedures Turning and lifting And engineering principles
  • Reach Truck Safety – SS1027GE (13 min.)

    Reach trucks, also known as narrow aisle trucks, are designed to operate in warehouses with narrow aisles. These trucks have some things in common with standard sit down forklifts, but also have some unique features that need to be taken into account in order to operate safely. This program covers: Pre-shift inspections Load capacities Basic safe operating procedures Turning and lifting And engineering principles
  • To The Point About Safe Forklift Operation - ETP09 (11 min.)

    Unsafe operation of forklifts often contributes to property damage and employee injuries. Ensuring that drivers operate forklifts in a safe manner can prevent injuries and save lives. This program reviews the proper operating procedures forklift operators must follow to keep themselves and their co-workers safe. Topics include operator training and certification, pre-operational inspection, maintaining a truck’s stability, lifting and placing loads, safe driving techniques and loading docks and trailers.
  • To The Point About Safe Forklift Operation - ETP09 (11 min.) Spanish

    Unsafe operation of forklifts often contributes to property damage and employee injuries. Ensuring that drivers operate forklifts in a safe manner can prevent injuries and save lives. This program reviews the proper operating procedures forklift operators must follow to keep themselves and their co-workers safe. Topics include operator training and certification, pre-operational inspection, maintaining a truck’s stability, lifting and placing loads, safe driving techniques and loading docks and trailers.

General Safety

  • Accident Investigation for Everyone - E2485E (23 mins)

    This program features safety professional Tom Harvey. Accident investigation is a key component of an effective safety process, but very few investigations achieve their intended purpose. All too often the focus of an investigation is finding someone responsible for an incident, but it should really be about finding facts, finding real causes and finding the fixes that will prevent the incident from happening again. For an accident investigation to be successful, it must lead to proactive safety improvements and injury prevention. This program will help everyone involved in an investigation – management, employees and investigators – understand their roles in the process. Viewers will also learn how to recognize common mistakes made during investigations and how to make the right changes that can prevent injuries and improve workplace safety.
  • Accident Investigation for Everyone - E2485S (23 mins) Spanish

    This program features safety professional Tom Harvey. Accident investigation is a key component of an effective safety process, but very few investigations achieve their intended purpose. All too often the focus of an investigation is finding someone responsible for an incident, but it should really be about finding facts, finding real causes and finding the fixes that will prevent the incident from happening again. For an accident investigation to be successful, it must lead to proactive safety improvements and injury prevention. This program will help everyone involved in an investigation – management, employees and investigators – understand their roles in the process. Viewers will also learn how to recognize common mistakes made during investigations and how to make the right changes that can prevent injuries and improve workplace safety.
  • Accidents Aren't just one of those things - E4576E (11 mins.)

    Accidents Aren't just one of those things - concise - goes into the New Release tab & the General Safety tabWith 20 years of experience as a firefighter and paramedic, Martin Lesperance has treated thousands of injuries and medical emergencies that have resulted from the poor choices and decisions people make every day. As a best-selling author and popular safety speaker, Martin takes his experiences and molds them into entertaining and thought-provoking safety presentations. In this program, Martin addresses many important safety issues that all employees need to hear.
  • Accidents Aren't Just One of Those Things - E4576S (11 mins.) Spanish

    Accidents Aren't just one of those things - concise - goes into the New Release tab & the General Safety tabWith 20 years of experience as a firefighter and paramedic, Martin Lesperance has treated thousands of injuries and medical emergencies that have resulted from the poor choices and decisions people make every day. As a best-selling author and popular safety speaker, Martin takes his experiences and molds them into entertaining and thought-provoking safety presentations. In this program, Martin addresses many important safety issues that all employees need to hear.
  • Aerial Lifts in Industrial and Construction Environments - M171E

    Reaching high places can be challenging in many work environments. But whether they're on a construction site, changing light bulbs in a warehouse, or performing outdoor utility work, employees often use aerial lifts to help them access work areas that would otherwise be almost impossible to get to. Topics covered in the program include: The types of aerial lifts and the training required to operate them. The hazards associated with using aerial lifts. "Pre-start" and "worksite" inspections. Setting up, operating and moving an aerial lift. Working on the ground near an aerial lift. and more.
  • An Extra Effort For Safety Sake: Safety Behavior – SS1065IE (15 min.)

    If safety is so important, why do accidents and injuries continue to occur? Government statistics estimate 5.7 million workplace injuries and illnesses occur annually with associated costs over $170 billion. This dynamic new program addresses a complex issue with a light touch and an important message. Everyone is responsible and accountable for safety. Whether a new employee, 20-year veteran, or plant manager, this program is ideal for everyone at your site. An Extra Effort for Safety Sake addresses the importance of safety, the financial and emotional impact accidents and injuries can have, why safety needs to be a part of every task performed, and best practices to prevent incidents from occurring at your site. Filmed in multiple locations, this program will have a positive and lasting impact on your safety culture and motivate all employees to incorporate safety into every task they perform to help create an accident free work environment.
  • An Extra Effort For Safety Sake: Safety Behavior – SS1065IS (15 min.) SPANISH

    An Extra Effort For Safety Sake: Safety Behavior-1065I (15 min.)If safety is so important, why do accidents and injuries continue to occur? Government statistics estimate 5.7 million workplace injuries and illnesses occur annually with associated costs over $170 billion. This dynamic new program addresses a complex issue with a light touch and an important message. Everyone is responsible and accountable for safety. Whether a new employee, 20-year veteran, or plant manager, this program is ideal for everyone at your site. An Extra Effort for Safety Sake addresses the importance of safety, the financial and emotional impact accidents and injuries can have, why safety needs to be a part of every task performed, and best practices to prevent incidents from occurring at your site. Filmed in multiple locations, this program will have a positive and lasting impact on your safety culture and motivate all employees to incorporate safety into every task they perform to help create an accident free work environment.
  • Basic Electrical Safety – SS1016IE (10 min.)

    Program designed to make employees aware of basic electrical safety in the workplace. Review of safety requirements on plugs, cords, cables, disconnect switches, hand/power safety, and other electrical safety equipment.
  • Brian's Story - E4673E (12 mins)

    Jeff Bell received the phone call that every parent fears. His son Brian, a young man full of potential and promise, had been killed on the job. In this powerful presentation, Jeff Bell introduces his son Brian and takes the audience step by step through the events leading to his death. During his presentation, Jeff, an experienced safety facilitator for a large paper mill, takes every opportunity to explain what is required to prevent such tragedies.
  • Brian's Story - E4673S (13 mins) Spanish

    Jeff Bell received the phone call that every parent fears. His son Brian, a young man full of potential and promise, had been killed on the job. In this powerful presentation, Jeff Bell introduces his son Brian and takes the audience step by step through the events leading to his death. During his presentation, Jeff, an experienced safety facilitator for a large paper mill, takes every opportunity to explain what is required to prevent such tragedies.
  • Carbon Monoxide - SS5063AE (12 mins)

    Carbon Monoxide…odorless, colorless, deadly, and it could be in your property. Everyone needs to be aware of this potential threat. This program address: What is carbon monoxide and why is it dangerous How carbon monoxide is generated and how it is handled in occupied spaces Symptoms of carbon monoxide poisoning Maintaining fuel-fired equipment to minimize carbon monoxide accumulation Following the recommendations outlined in this program can help you reduce the threat of carbon monoxide on you property.
  • Cold Stress - AP4655E (8 mins)

    Anyone who works outside on a regular basis knows – at some point or another – you’re going to experience cold and wet weather conditions. These working conditions can threaten your ability to do your job safely, as cold can have negative effects on the body. This is known as cold stress. Cold and wet weather can begin to have negative affects on the body in temperatures as high as 59 degrees Fahrenheit. This safety video helps employees understand and recognize, why it’s important to keep an eye our for the effects of cold stress. Topics Include: Hypothermia Symptoms and Prevention Frostbite Symptoms and Treatment Trench Foot Treatment
  • Confined Space Entry - M254S (27 mins) Spanish

  • Confined Space Entry – M254E (19 mins)

    Confined spaces are responsible for many deaths every year due to lack of training. Video covers risks and safety standards for confined spaces. Gives detailed information on testing, ventilation, and rescue procedures.
  • Confined Spaces: The Silent Killers – SS1022HE (19 min.)

    Provides an overview of the general hazards associated with confined spaces, basic atmospheric testing requirements, and more. The emphasis for this program is the Attendant. Generally, this person is the least trained, yet has the life and death responsibility for those entering the confined space. This program helps the attendant understand his/her responsibilities.
  • Crane Safety in Industry - M122E

    "Crane Safety" points out to employees that over 90% of crane-related accidents are caused by human error... and that they are the key to preventing these incidents. Topics covered in these products include: Recent changes in the OSHA crane regulations. Operator certification. Equipment inspection and hazard assessment. Boom, jib and overhead cranes. General and operational safety devices. Crane operations and hand signals. Working around power lines. and more.
  • Crane Safety in Industry - M122S Spanish

    "Crane Safety" points out to employees that over 90% of crane-related accidents are caused by human error... and that they are the key to preventing these incidents. Topics covered in these products include: Recent changes in the OSHA crane regulations. Operator certification. Equipment inspection and hazard assessment. Boom, jib and overhead cranes. General and operational safety devices. Crane operations and hand signals. Working around power lines. and more.
  • Dealing with Hazardous Spills - M281S

    Hazardous materials are a part of many work situations. They can be found in many different types of facilities and on many job sites... from manufacturing and construction to retail and office environments. Some organizations have to deal with hazardous materials as part of their daily business, and have detailed plans and highly trained workers to handle a sudden spill. But other facilities only have to handle these materials infrequently, and may not have given much thought to what must be done in case of a spill. MARCOM's training products on "Dealing With Hazardous Spills" are designed to help employees who seldom have to face the dangers of a hazardous spill deal with a cleanup situation. All of the products... the new "Micro-Learning" and full-length online courses as well as the DVDs and interactive CD courses... discuss topics that are integral to employees' understanding of these issues. Topics covered in these products include: The Hazard Communication Plan. The Emergency Response Plan. Five levels of OSHA's HAZMAT training. Initial spill response. Spill containment. Instruments used to identify chemicals involved in a spill. Additional hazards of a spill site. and more.
  • Electrical Safety - M098E (18 mins)

  • Electrical safety for Non-Electricians - AP3140E (17 mins)

    This comprehensive program is designed for general employees to raise awareness about electrical hazards and help prevent common electrical injuries. The valuable information helps protect employees on and off the job. Topics include: * Basic Electrical Terms and Definitions * Common Electrical Hazards * Safety Practices to Prevent Injury Included are several brief reenactments of electrical mishaps that will be reviewed to determine the primary contributing factors and to identify safe work practices that would prevent the mishap. Short interviews with people who have actually experienced electrical mishaps will help reinforce the safety message.
  • Electrical safety for Non-Electricians - AP3140S (19 mins.) Spanish

    This comprehensive program is designed for general employees to raise awareness about electrical hazards and help prevent common electrical injuries. The valuable information helps protect employees on and off the job. Topics include: * Basic Electrical Terms and Definitions * Common Electrical Hazards * Safety Practices to Prevent Injury Included are several brief reenactments of electrical mishaps that will be reviewed to determine the primary contributing factors and to identify safe work practices that would prevent the mishap. Short interviews with people who have actually experienced electrical mishaps will help reinforce the safety message.
  • Emergency First Aid – SS1058IE (19 min.)

    First Aid is the immediate card given to the injured or suddenly ill person, it is temporary assistance until proper medical professionals are available. This training program is designed to provide information so that you can help a victim that is in need of first aid. This program discusses many life threatening situations such as CPR, shock, bleeding, drowning and poisoning.
  • Evaluating Near Misses To Prevent Accidents – BBCS1008E (8 min.)

    Approximately 6 million employees are injured on the job every year. Video emphasizes the importance of taking any near miss seriously. It will show employees the essential role they play in reporting and evaluating near-miss-situations – and in helping their employer take appropriate steps to ensure that accidents that were previously waiting to happen .. never do.
  • Fall Protection - M260E (12 mins)

    Fall Protection provides the information employees need to work safely when they are off the ground, and satisfies the major training requirements in the OSHA Standard on Fall Protection. Falls are the second leading cause of death each year in the United States (after traffic accidents)! Over 10,000 people are killed every year as a result of falls…and 200,000 to 300,000 people are disabled. Eight-five percent of all falls that occur on the job result in lost work time. Areas covered in the course include the seriousness of fall hazards, types of environments where falls may occur, the fall protection plan, concentrating and keeping a clear head, the importance of housekeeping in preventing falls, measures that can be taken to protect against falls, protective equipment, and more.
  • Fall Protection - M260S (12 mins) Spanish

    Fall Protection provides the information employees need to work safely when they are off the ground, and satisfies the major training requirements in the OSHA Standard on Fall Protection. Falls are the second leading cause of death each year in the United States (after traffic accidents)! Over 10,000 people are killed every year as a result of falls…and 200,000 to 300,000 people are disabled. Eight-five percent of all falls that occur on the job result in lost work time. Areas covered in the course include the seriousness of fall hazards, types of environments where falls may occur, the fall protection plan, concentrating and keeping a clear head, the importance of housekeeping in preventing falls, measures that can be taken to protect against falls, protective equipment, and more.
  • Fighting Fatigue in the Workplace - M309E (15 mins)

    Tired people make mistakes. That's why workplace fatigue can significantly increase the likelihood of employees being hurt, even killed, on the job. It also reduces productivity and increases expenses. Each year, fatigue costs U.S. businesses more than $130 billion dollars. But it can be prevented. MARCOM's training products on "Fighting Fatigue in the Workplace" discuss the causes of fatigue, the hazards that it creates and what employees can do to avoid it. All of the products... the new "Micro-Learning" and full-length online courses as well as the DVDs and interactive CD courses... discuss topics that are integral to employees' understanding of these issues. Topics covered in these products include: What fatigue is and what causes it. The hazards of fatigue. Reducing fatigue in the workplace. How "sleep hygiene" can help. The role of healthy diet and exercise. and more.
  • First Aid - M209E

    First aid is the immediate care given to the injured or suddenly ill person. It is temporary assistance that is rendered until competent medical care, if required, arrives and takes over. This program has been designed to help provide basic information that will help you properly apply first aid that can save lives, reduce recovery time and can possibly be the difference between temporary disability or lifelong disability for the victim.
  • First Aid - M209S SPANISH

    First Aid is the immediate card given to the injured or suddenly ill person, it is temporary assistance until proper medical professionals are available. This training program is designed to provide information so that you can help a victim that is in need of first aid. This program discusses many life threatening situations such as CPR, shock, bleeding, drowning and poisoning.
  • Heat Stress: Facts and Prevention - SS1007IE

    Heat Illness...it can happen to just about anybody working in hot or humid conditions. It can be serious. It can be fatal. But, it' doesn't have to be. A few simple, easy to do steps can mean the difference between just another day at work and a serious medical emergency. This video outlines these steps in an easy to understand manner.
  • Housekeeping & Accident Prevention - M278 Spanish

    Safety Housekeeping and Accident Prevention provides workers with the information they need to recognize on-the-job hazards and explains how they can prevent them. Employees need to understand how to maintain a neat and orderly work environment and develop other good safety habits that will help them to create a safer workplace for everyone. Workplace accidents cause nearly 5,000 deaths and 3 million injuries every year. But many of these incidents could have been prevented. Good housekeeping and safety practices can significantly reduce accidents and injuries in any type of work environment. This program will provide workers with the information they need to recognize on-the-job hazards and explain how they can prevent them. Topics covered include developing a good safety attitude; maintaining a neat and orderly work environment; using tools and equipment; identifying and storing hazardous materials; hazardous materials cleanup and disposal, personal protective equipment and more.
  • Housekeeping & Accident Prevention - M278E

    MARCOM's Video On Demand (VOD) program on Safety Housekeeping and Accident Prevention provides workers with the information they need to recognize on-the-job hazards and explains how they can prevent them. Employees need to understand how to maintain a neat and orderly work environment and develop other good safety habits that will help them to create a safer workplace for everyone. Workplace accidents cause nearly 5,000 deaths and 3 million injuries every year. But many of these incidents could have been prevented. Good housekeeping and safety practices can significantly reduce accidents and injuries in any type of work environment. This program will provide workers with the information they need to recognize on-the-job hazards and explain how they can prevent them. Topics covered include developing a good safety attitude; maintaining a neat and orderly work environment; using tools and equipment; identifying and storing hazardous materials; hazardous materials cleanup and disposal, personal protective equipment and more. This VOD program is one of the most effective and efficient ways to get employees the training that they need, in a classroom or individually through their desktop or tablet computer. The program can be delivered through your distributor or loaded onto your own delivery system.
  • Housekeeping In Manufacturing – SS1021IE (12 min.)

    An important aspect of safety is good housekeeping. The importance of good housekeeping is often overlooked. Proper housekeeping prevents injuries, fires and other safety hazards. This program emphasizes everyone’s cooperation and effort in keeping their workplace clean, orderly, and safe.
  • Housekeeping: Slips, Trips and Falls Facts Prevention - SSCN001 (6 mins)

    Housekeeping/Slips, Trips & Falls A construction site can become a very messy place. But, the longer it stays that way, the more dangerous it becomes. This video outlines the connection between good housekeeping and injury prevention, especially slips, trips & falls. Common trip and fall hazards are shown and the root causes are examined for maximum impact.
  • I Chose To Look The Other Way: Three Stories Of Workplace Safety - E1418E

    In this dramatic telling of the popular “I Chose To Look The Other Way,” viewers will witness examples of three common scenarios of workers not speaking up about safety. The storylines feature a failure to follow lockout/tagout, an employee neglecting to wear PPE and a worker choosing not to wear fall protection as the primary causes of incidents that result in fatalities; however, your employees will learn that the root cause of each was a reluctance to speak up. They will be convinced that speaking up about unsafe acts is critical in the prevention of workplace injuries. Some of the other safety concerns addressed in the program include supervisors, rushing, habits, shift work and intimidation.
  • I Chose To Look The Other Way: Three Stories Of Workplace Safety - E1418S SPANISH

    In this dramatic telling of the popular “I Chose To Look The Other Way,” viewers will witness examples of three common scenarios of workers not speaking up about safety. The storylines feature a failure to follow lockout/tagout, an employee neglecting to wear PPE and a worker choosing not to wear fall protection as the primary causes of incidents that result in fatalities; however, your employees will learn that the root cause of each was a reluctance to speak up. They will be convinced that speaking up about unsafe acts is critical in the prevention of workplace injuries. Some of the other safety concerns addressed in the program include supervisors, rushing, habits, shift work and intimidation.
  • I2P2: Injury and Illness Prevention Programs - M252E

    I2P2: Injury and Illness Prevention Program provides employees with important information on how this organized approach to workplace safety can significantly reduce accidents and injuries, and how the workers themselves can play a major role in making the program work. Every day 12 workers die on the job, and more than 10,000 workers suffer serious job-related injuries. But the real tragedy is that most of these incidents could be prevented. Employers and employees can work together to find and fix the hazards in their workplace, before people get sick, injured or even killed. Areas covered in the program include what is I2P2, management responsibilities and employees’ participation, hazard identification, assessment, prevention and control, education and training, program evaluation and improvement and more.
  • Industrial Ergonomics - SS1082IE (9mins)

    The official definition of Ergonomics is this...to apply engineering controls and scientific principles when designing a work environment that accommodates the employee in relation to the workplace, product, equipment, tools, workspace and organization of the work. The objective of ergonomics is to fit the task to the worker, rather than forcing the worker to adapt to the existing conditions. To put it simply, ergonomics is about making your job more user friendly. This video does exactly that and along the way you’ll learn how to prevent CTDs and other cumulative injuries by recognizing the warning signs before they cause pain and discomfort. The Goal? Fewer injuries and CTD's, improved productivity with less time off the job due to ergonomic injuries, and an overall better quality of life, on and off the job.
  • Ladder Safety - SS8019AS (10 mins) Spanish

    This video deals with the safe way to use stepladders, straight ladders and platform ladders, as well as common hazards associated with improper ladder use. Explains the 4:1 rule when placing straight ladders, the belt buckle rule, 36″ requirement for straight ladders above landings and more. A great program for new or experienced workers.
  • Ladder Safety – SS8019AE (10 mins)

    This video deals with the safe way to use stepladders, straight ladders and platform ladders, as well as common hazards associated with improper ladder use. Explains the 4:1 rule when placing straight ladders, the belt buckle rule, 36″ requirement for straight ladders above landings and more. A great program for new or experienced workers.
  • Lockout Tagout Refresher (Employee) - A4929E

    Lockout/tagout is a procedure that isolates a piece of equipment form its energy source. Its purpose is to prevent a piece of equipment from accidentally starting up while a person is performing maintenance or repairs. Before you perform any work that requires lockout/tagout, make sure that you've been properly trained.
  • Maintaining Your Safety – E2932E (20 min.)

    Maintenance workers maintain all aspects of operations and equipment. They are such an important part of the process that they feel pressure to get all repairs done fast! In this program, maintenance workers learn how to overcome pressure and redouble their efforts to always follow safe work procedures. Also featured are reenactments of common maintenance incidents, testimonials and examples of safe work practices. In addition to developing and maintaining a good safety attitude, other topics include job hazard analysis, lockout/tagout, ladder safety, aerial lifts, fall protection, using tools properly and electrical safety.
  • Maintaining Your Safety – E2932S (20 min.) SPANISH

    Maintenance workers maintain all aspects of operations and equipment. They are such an important part of the process that they feel pressure to get all repairs done fast! In this program, maintenance workers learn how to overcome pressure and redouble their efforts to always follow safe work procedures. Also featured are reenactments of common maintenance incidents, testimonials and examples of safe work practices. In addition to developing and maintaining a good safety attitude, other topics include job hazard analysis, lockout/tagout, ladder safety, aerial lifts, fall protection, using tools properly and electrical safety.
  • Making Safety Work: Overview Of Workplace Safety & Responsibilities - E4742E

    In just an instant, a workplace injury can transform a productive worker into one who is unable to work. This is why workplace injuries must be prevented and why all employees are needed to make our safety program work. This program provides an overview of common workplace hazards and how they are to be controlled while also demonstrating the importance of each employee’s commitment and participation in the safety effort. Viewers will also see how easily injuries can occur when employees decide not to take responsibility for their safety.
  • Making Safety Work: Overview Of Workplace Safety & Responsibilities - E4742S SPANISH

    In just an instant, a workplace injury can transform a productive worker into one who is unable to work. This is why workplace injuries must be prevented and why all employees are needed to make our safety program work. This program provides an overview of common workplace hazards and how they are to be controlled while also demonstrating the importance of each employee’s commitment and participation in the safety effort. Viewers will also see how easily injuries can occur when employees decide not to take responsibility for their safety.
  • Manager on Duty Safety and Security - SS5061AE

    MARCOM's Video On Demand (VOD) program on Safety Housekeeping and Accident Prevention provides workers with the information they need to recognize on-the-job hazards and explains how they can prevent them. Employees need to understand how to maintain a neat and orderly work environment and develop other good safety habits that will help them to create a safer workplace for everyone. Workplace accidents cause nearly 5,000 deaths and 3 million injuries every year. But many of these incidents could have been prevented. Good housekeeping and safety practices can significantly reduce accidents and injuries in any type of work environment. This program will provide workers with the information they need to recognize on-the-job hazards and explain how they can prevent them. Topics covered include developing a good safety attitude; maintaining a neat and orderly work environment; using tools and equipment; identifying and storing hazardous materials; hazardous materials cleanup and disposal, personal protective equipment and more. This VOD program is one of the most effective and efficient ways to get employees the training that they need, in a classroom or individually through their desktop or tablet computer. The program can be delivered through your distributor or loaded onto your own delivery system.
  • Manager on Duty Safety and Security - SS5061AS

    Manager on Duty. What exactly does that mean? It might be easier to define what it DOESN’T mean because the responsibilities of a Manager on Duty involve every aspect of the entire operation…outside…inside…front of house…back of house…Associates…Guests…everything. This video focuses on some of the more vital issues relating to Safety and Security. A Manager on Duty may not be actually perform the duties or responsibilities in each issue we discuss, but they are responsible to ensure they are done, or not done, to protect the safety of our guests, property and our Associates. Topics include: guest privacy, evictions, DRAM shot, aggressive behavior, employee/guest injuries, noise complaints, drugs/weapons and many more.
  • Osha 7 (English)

    Six Mandatory Training Courses on one easy-to-use DVD. Plus an included Bonus PPE Module! Bloodborne Pathogens Training – Hospitality – SS5029A (10 min.) Fire Extinguisher Training - SS5072AE (5 min.) Back Injury Prevention – SS5006A (11 min.) GHS – Hazard Communications – SS5049A (17 min.) Lockout/Tagout – Hospitality – SS5030A (10 min.) Preventing Slips & Falls – SS5025A (10 min.) PPE – It’s Your Call – Hospitality – SS5046A (8 min.)
  • Osha 7 (Spanish)

    Six Mandatory Training Courses on one easy-to-use DVD. Plus an included Bonus PPE Module! Bloodborne Pathogens Training – Hospitality – SS5029A (10 min.) Fire Extinguisher Training - SS5072AE (5 min.) Back Injury Prevention – SS5006A (11 min.) GHS – Hazard Communications – SS5049A (17 min.) Lockout/Tagout – Hospitality – SS5030A (10 min.) Preventing Slips & Falls – SS5025A (10 min.) PPE – It’s Your Call – Hospitality – SS5046A (8 min.)
  • OSHA's Top 10 Violations - SS1045AE (27 mins.)

    This video serves as a guide to help you understand the ten most common OSHA violations and what your company and employees can do to help minimize the risk of an OSHA citation. Topics include: Fall Protection Hazard Communications Scaffolding Respiratory Protection Powered Industrial Trucks Lockout Tagout Ladders Electrical, Wiring Methods Electrical General Requirements Machine Guarding
  • Personal Hygiene In The Workplace – SS1009EE (10 min.)

    Personal hygiene can “make or break” a person’s success at their job, and it can cause discomfort and embarrassment that results in a breakdown of communication and productivity. This program has been developed as a tool for employers to be proactive in addressing the subject, as well as an aid to those managers and supervisors that find themselves in the position of needing to react and take action in the even of a complaint.
  • Personal Hygiene In The Workplace – SS1009ES (7 min.) Spanish

    Personal hygiene can “make or break” a person’s success at their job, and it can cause discomfort and embarrassment that results in a breakdown of communication and productivity. This program has been developed as a tool for employers to be proactive in addressing the subject, as well as an aid to those managers and supervisors that find themselves in the position of needing to react and take action in the even of a complaint.
  • Preventing the Spread of Contagious Disease - E2914E (22 mins.)

    This informative program, which includes information about seasonal flu, avian flu, SARS and MRSA in addition to swine flu, explains the origins and symptoms of these illnesses as well as the general hygiene and prevention measures required to prevent spreading and contracting all contagious illnesses. The video stresses prevention and the personal responsibility required to avoid spreading an illness or infection. Other topics include decontaminating work areas, special MRSA precautions, responding to a potential infection, medical diagnosis and treatment of contagious illnesses, measures to take at home once you are infected and how to prepare for and respond to a pandemic of an illness.
  • Preventing the Spread of Contagious Disease - E2914S (22 mins) Spanish

    This informative program, which includes information about seasonal flu, avian flu, SARS and MRSA in addition to swine flu, explains the origins and symptoms of these illnesses as well as the general hygiene and prevention measures required to prevent spreading and contracting all contagious illnesses. The video stresses prevention and the personal responsibility required to avoid spreading an illness or infection. Other topics include decontaminating work areas, special MRSA precautions, responding to a potential infection, medical diagnosis and treatment of contagious illnesses, measures to take at home once you are infected and how to prepare for and respond to a pandemic of an illness.
  • Principles to Practice - E2979

    There are five basic safety principles that must be part of any successful safety program: management commitment, employee involvement, worksite analysis, hazard recognition and employee training. These concepts are also the key components of OSHA's Voluntary Protection Program.
  • Principles to Practice – E2979S

    There are five basic safety principles that must be part of any successful safety program: management commitment, employee involvement, worksite analysis, hazard recognition and employee training. These concepts are also the key components of OSHA's Voluntary Protection Program.
  • Respiratory Protection: The Facts - SS1030BE (17 mins)

    Sometimes it is difficult to respect a hazard you can’t see or one that may take years to affect you. Respirators can provide protection, but only if they are worn and used properly. Respiratory Protection creates an awareness and respect for the hazards by demonstrating with highly effective graphics how the respiratory system works and the effects of different airborne hazards. The program covers proper use, care and maintenance of air-purifying respirators and the importance of proper selection and fit. Respiratory Protection will educate and motivate your worker on when and how to properly use their air-purifying respirator.
  • Rigging Safety - M123AS SPANISH

    Rigging Safety is designed to remind employees that over 90% of crane-related accidents are caused by human error… and that they are the key to preventing these incidents. We have all heard the phrase… A chain is only as strong as its weakest link. When it comes to crane operations, rigging can often be that weak link. How a load is attached to a crane can make the difference between a successful lift and an unfortunate accident. And rigging-related accidents can often be deadly, due to the large and heavy loads that are lifted. A small miscalculation, or a brief moment of inattention, and tragedy could strike. Once a load falls not much can be done to stop it, and there is little time for people to move safely out of the way. A coworker can be injured or killed, and expensive equipment and cargo could be damaged or destroyed… even the crane itself. Areas covered in the course include physical and mental preparation, personal protective equipment, equipment inspection, hazard assessment, slings, hitches, hand signals, load angles, and more. This VOD program is one of the most effective and efficient ways to get employees the training that they need, in a classroom or individually through their desktop or tablet computer.
  • Rigging Safety – M123E

    Rigging Safety is designed to remind employees that over 90% of crane-related accidents are caused by human error… and that they are the key to preventing these incidents. We have all heard the phrase… A chain is only as strong as its weakest link. When it comes to crane operations, rigging can often be that weak link. How a load is attached to a crane can make the difference between a successful lift and an unfortunate accident. And rigging-related accidents can often be deadly, due to the large and heavy loads that are lifted. A small miscalculation, or a brief moment of inattention, and tragedy could strike. Once a load falls not much can be done to stop it, and there is little time for people to move safely out of the way. A coworker can be injured or killed, and expensive equipment and cargo could be damaged or destroyed… even the crane itself. Areas covered in the course include physical and mental preparation, personal protective equipment, equipment inspection, hazard assessment, slings, hitches, hand signals, load angles, and more. This VOD program is one of the most effective and efficient ways to get employees the training that they need, in a classroom or individually through their desktop or tablet computer.
  • Rooftop Loading Safety - SS3025AE

  • Rooftop Safety - SS21002AE (7 mins)

  • Safe Electrical Work Practices and the 2018 NFPA 70E - E1717

    This video explains the important changes and updates contained in the 2018 NFPA 70E and explains how electrical workers can be protected from both the shock hazard and arc flash hazard presented by exposed energized parts. The 2018 NFPA 70E places an emphasis on controlling risk. Other key changes include: Revised reference tables for establishing approach boundaries and selecting arc-rated clothing & PPE An additional unit of measure for incident energy, selecting arc-rated PPE, and establishing an arc flash boundary Updates of key definitions An explanation of employer and employee responsibilities
  • Safe Electrical Work Practices and the 2018 NFPA 70E - E1717S Spanish

    This video explains the important changes and updates contained in the 2018 NFPA 70E and explains how electrical workers can be protected from both the shock hazard and arc flash hazard presented by exposed energized parts. The 2018 NFPA 70E places an emphasis on controlling risk. As such, the electrical safety program, the shock hazard assessment, and the arc flash hazard assessment must now consider the likelihood as well as the severity of injury related to an electrical hazard. When controlling risk, the 2018 regulation now requires that a specific hierarchy of controls be followed. Another new requirement is that the potential for human error be considered in all risk assessments. Annex Q has been added to help explain how human performance can be applied to workplace electrical safety. The required elements of the Electrical Safety Program have been revised to now include a written job safety plan in addition to a job briefing, inspection of equipment, incident investigation, and risk assessment. Other key changes include: Revised reference tables for establishing approach boundaries and selecting arc-rated clothing & PPE An additional unit of measure for incident energy, selecting arc-rated PPE, and establishing an arc flash boundary Updates of key definitions An explanation of employer and employee responsibilities
  • Safe Use & Operation Of Industrial Cranes - E4756E

    Cranes come in a wide variety of sizes, configurations and capacities to lift and transport various products and materials used in industry. Because of the serious hazards presented by crane operation, crane operators must be fully qualified and 100 percent committed to the safe operation of their crane. That is the purpose of this program–to review the safety rules, precautions and safe operating practices common to all cranes in order to help crane operators work safely with the specific cranes they operate
  • Safe Use & Operation Of Industrial Cranes - E4756S SPANISH

    Cranes come in a wide variety of sizes, configurations and capacities to lift and transport various products and materials used in industry. Because of the serious hazards presented by crane operation, crane operators must be fully qualified and 100 percent committed to the safe operation of their crane. That is the purpose of this program–to review the safety rules, precautions and safe operating practices common to all cranes in order to help crane operators work safely with the specific cranes they operate
  • Safe Walking In Hazardous Conditions - SS1077IE

    Walking, seems easy enough right? It is. But, in certain conditions, such as snow or ice, extra precautions must be taken. This video outlines not only the importance of proper footwear, but many different scenarios that workers and pedestrians face in winter conditions Black Ice, packed snow, slush they all have different characteristics and this video will demonstrate how to walk safely in each of them. Getting in and out of vehicles safely and going up and down wet or slippery stairs are also addressed.
  • Safety Awareness for New Employees - M250E (34 mins)

    Safety Awareness for New Employees addresses many of the most important safety issues confronting employees across a range of industries. Content is divided into concise chapters that look at commonly encountered workplace hazards, and how you can protect yourself from them, so new hires can start working safely right away. Topics covered include: slips, trips and falls, good housekeeping, ergonomics, using hand and power tools, forklift safety, electrical safety, lock-out/tag-out, hazard communication; fire prevention and personal protective equipment. Emergency procedures are discussed, including health, first aid and bloodborne pathogens.
  • Safety Awareness for New Employees - M250S (34 mins) Spanish

    Safety Awareness for New Employees addresses many of the most important safety issues confronting employees across a range of industries. Content is divided into concise chapters that look at commonly encountered workplace hazards, and how you can protect yourself from them, so new hires can start working safely right away. Topics covered include: slips, trips and falls, good housekeeping, ergonomics, using hand and power tools, forklift safety, electrical safety, lock-out/tag-out, hazard communication; fire prevention and personal protective equipment. Emergency procedures are discussed, including health, first aid and bloodborne pathogens.
  • Safety Committees - The Real Story - SS1008AS (9 min.) SPANISH

    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.
  • Safety Committees: The Real Story - SS1008AE (9 min.)

    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.
  • Safety Leadership for Everyone - E1702E (13 min)

    Every successful safety program is built on a foundation of essential elements. One such element is "Safety Leadership." Safety Leadership can be defined as "the influence of a person's words or actions on the safety decisions made by others." In this program, we will see how good safety leadership helps everyone make better safety decisions, while also illustrating how poor safety leadership can quickly undermine the entire safety process. Human nature tempts us to make a job easier or faster by making unsafe choices. The consistent presence of positive safety leadership helps all workers make wise safety decisions.
  • Safety Orientation – SS1039AE (13 min.)

    This is the most comprehensive Orientation program ever! All subject matter is covered in detail unlike other programs that just briefly touch on each topic. Provides training for a wide range of topics including: Employee Safety Responsibility PPE Bloodborne Pathogens Safe Lifting Sanitation and Personal Hygiene Electrical Safety Machines/Equipment Ergonomics and more
  • Safety Orientation For Industrial Environment - SS1043AE (18 min.)

    Employees in industrial environments face different hazards than those in office or warehousing environments. For this reason they need training that addresses the hazards they face in the course of their job. This program covers General Safety Rules, Workplace Hazards, PPE, Machine Guarding, Emergency Action Plans, Slips & Falls, Housekeeping, Working at Heights, Hand & Electrical Tools, Hazard Communication, Forklifts, Proper Body Mechanics and other vital information.
  • Safety Orientation For Industrial Environment - SS1043AS Spanish (18 min.)

    Employees in industrial environments face different hazards than those in office or warehousing environments. For this reason they need training that addresses the hazards they face in the course of their job. This program covers General Safety Rules, Workplace Hazards, PPE, Machine Guarding, Emergency Action Plans, Slips & Falls, Housekeeping, Working at Heights, Hand & Electrical Tools, Hazard Communication, Forklifts, Proper Body Mechanics and other vital information.