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COVID-19: Construction Awareness Training SS2206AE
Description | Coming March 2020
The Coronavirus or, Covid 19 is a serious health concern world over. This short video helps dispel some myths surrounding the coronavirus and gives viewers information and common sense tips to help them remain safe. Topics include: What are the Signs and Symptoms? What Should you Do if you Think you Have Been Exposed to or Infected? How is it Diagnosed? This program also addresses some of the unique challenges present in Construction related to prevention of COVID-19.
COVID-19: Retail/Grocery Training SS2207AE
Description | Coming March 2020
COVID-19 is a highly contagious coronavirus closely related to the SARS and MERS viruses. Covid-19 appears to be more easily transmitted than either SARS or MERS but less severe. Illnesses associated with Covid range from mild to severe, including respiratory issues resulting in death. With that being said, you can understand why the grocery stores must do their part to help contain the virus. Grocery and meal delivery services are seeing huge spikes in business but there are still shoppers going into the store, so how can YOU stay safe? This program explains how.
Fall Protection in Construction Environments SSC0023AE
Description | Coming March 2020
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. Workers who work in any environment above 4 feet or 6 feet in construction need fall protection training and need to wear fall protection equipment in these circumstances. Physical Barriers as well as personal fall arrest systems are discussed.
Hospital Series: Injury Prevention The Basics SS0626
Description | Coming April 2020
This basic training video will help prevent those careless injuries that happen within the healthcare setting. They may include slips, trips, and falls all the way to bumps and bruises or more serious injuries. This new Hospital Orientation overview is a great complement to your existing safety program. Topics covered also include: Preventing trips slips and falls Standard Precautions bumps bangs & bruises equipment use proper body mechanics, handling soiled linen, trash and much more
Hospital Series: Slips Trips Falls SS0626
Description | Coming April 2020
IT Management "Don't click that link" SS0626
Description | Coming March 2020
This new video explains what to be aware of when online and looking at emails, such as malware, phishing, what links you can click on and what links you should not. 8 minutes English & Spanish
Landscape Safety Orientation SS3053AE
Description
Landscaping equipment can be dangerous when not handled properly. Trimmers, mowers, and other sharp utensils are just a part of the job, and they can cause serious injury in the hands of an untrained worker. Program not only covers general safety when using common equipment, tool safety and proper body mechanics, it also addresses basic safety protocols for handling chemicals used in landscaping businesses.
Medical Marijuana in the Workplace: What Employers Should Know SS9021AE
Description
Since drug testing cannot show where marijuana was ingested, it will be hard to prove that it was consumed while an employee was at work or on work premises. In some states, employers are permitted to have substance abuse policies to: Put employees on notice that drug tests will occur; Warn employees that recreational use of marijuana might cause a positive test result; and Outline what the policy is concerning a positive result on a drug test. This video will explain awareness and procedures.
Nail Gun Safety SS0626
Description | Coming April 2020
Recognizing & Preventing Sexual Harassment: SB1300 & 1343 SS1099IE
Description | Coming April 2020
Jan 16, 2019 · California’s anti-sexual harassment law received a major update in 2019 with the passage of Senate Bill 1343 (SB 1343), which now requires all employers based in California (with at least five employees) to provide sexual harassment prevention training to all employees, not just supervisors. Re-training is still required every two years, but this biennial requirement now includes regular employees as well as Supervisors.
Return To Work Procedures SS9019AE
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Overview of what an employer should do to help an injured worker return to work
Service Animals In The Workplace SS0625
Description | Coming March 2020
Service animals do not have to be professionally trained and can be trained by their owners. This vide covers common questions about service animals in the workplace. The Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) defines service animals as dogs that are individually trained to do work or perform specific tasks for an individual with a disability, including physical, sensory, psychiatric, intellectual, or other mental disability.
Winter Walking and Driving SS1010JE
Description
Winter...snow and ice. They go together. Snow and ice are slippery for vehicles and people. This video teaches viewers how to drive and walk safely in these slippery hazardous conditions.