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Asbestos Awareness in the Workplace - SSM19022E
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"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 - SSM19022S (9 min.) Spanish
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"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 - SS1090IS (10 Min.) Spanish
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Crystalline Silica can be found throughout many industries. Respirable crystalline silica are the small particles created when cutting, sawing, grinding, drilling, and crushing stone, rock, concrete, brick, block, and mortar. This program covers basic safe work practices that employees should know and follow to help prevent harmful exposure to crystalline silica.
Dealing With Hazardous Spills – M206E
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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
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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.)
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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
Description
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)
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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.
GHS: Hazardous Materials Labels SS2001FE (8 Min.)
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This GHS Container Labeling Training Video will help your employees understand the six types of information contained on a Globally Harmonized System (GHS) label as well as how to understand the 9 types of pictograms used in a GHS labeling program. This training DVD was created specifically to help you with the OSHA GHS compliance standard
GHS: Hazardous Materials Labels SS2001FS (8 Min.) Spanish
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This GHS Container Labeling Training Video will help your employees understand the six types of information contained on a Globally Harmonized System (GHS) label as well as how to understand the 9 types of pictograms used in a GHS labeling program. This training DVD was created specifically to help you with the OSHA GHS compliance standard.
GHS: Safety Data Sheets-The Basics SS2002FE (5 Min.)
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Explains the new GHS format for Safety Data Sheets (SDS's) adopted by OSHA when they revised their hazard communication standard. Available in English & Spanish
GHS: Safety Data Sheets-The Basics SS2002FS (5 Min.) Spanish
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Explains the new GHS format for Safety Data Sheets (SDS's) adopted by OSHA when they revised their hazard communication standard. Available in English & Spanish
GHS: The Basics - SS1050FE (5 Min)
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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 – SS1043FE
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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
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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
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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
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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
Description
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.
HazCom, the GHS & You – E1515E (14 min.)
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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
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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.)
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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.) Spanish
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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.)
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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.)
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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.)
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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.)
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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.)
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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.)
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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.)
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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.)
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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
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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
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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.
Safety Showers Eye Washes in the Laboratory - M19002E
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Employees may never need a safety shower or an eye wash... but if they do, knowing where they are located, and the proper procedures for using them, can prevent serious injury or possibly even save a life. Topics covered in these products include: Getting to eye washes and safety showers in an emergency. Operating showers and eye washes. Exposure to corrosive substances. Testing eye wash and shower equipment. Using showers and eye washes properly. and more.
Staffing Services Safety - SS1040A (10 min)
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Staffing Services: This video serves as a basic safety orientation video to train temporary employees in the “general hazards to which they may be exposed”. A site-specific training will be provided by the client, this video covers the basics of a broad range of general safety topics including: Safe Lifting/Back Injury Prevention Ladder Safety Tools & Machinery Forklifts & Material Handling Equipment Hazard Communications/ Chemicals Emergency Procedures Confined Spaces On the Job Injuries