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10-4 Defensive Driving SS1087IE (11 Min.)
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The 10-4 Defensive Driving System is a great program for new or experienced drivers. Following the principles outlined in this video will help reduce your chances of an accident regardless of the driving habits of those you share the road with.
Agriculture: Heat Stress SS16040E (8 Min.)
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The risk of becoming ill or even dying of over-exposure from the effects of heat is serious at all times, and even more so in the summer months. Too many workers are hospitalized and even die from heat-related illnesses. Program discusses techniques for controlling and preventing heat stress, and the first aid procedures necessary to treat the symptoms of heat exposure.
ATV Safety: Operation of All Terrain Vehicles SS1091IE (9 Min.)
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ATV's or all terrain vehicles can be a very useful tool in your workplace. These machines can add great efficiency to your work day but it is important to know the safety concerns regarding ATV's. This program will give you some tips on how to safely operate your ATV, keeping you and everyone around you out of harms way.
Cal OSHA’s AB2774 UPDATED SS9001AE
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On January 1, 2o11, the State of California is facing a new legislation currently known as AB2774, that could radically affect how Cal/OSHA defines the term “Serious Violation”. Other states are likely to follow. At present a serious violation is one where there is a substantial probability that death or serious physical harm could result from the event. Examples in but are not limited to serious exposure to a chemical exceeding and established permissible exposure limit or violation of any standard regarding the use of a carcinogen and usually result in higher penalties.The new law will redefine the term “Serious Violation” and change the way the Division of Occupational Safety and Health also known as DOSH establishes such violations. This could lead to far more citations, higher penalties, more enforcement actions and serious violations that are much harder to contest. The penalties could result in one year in jail and/or a $1, fine.Managers and supervisors are at risk. This program explains the new laws and how to prevent such conditions and penalties.
Cell Phone Hands Free Driving Awareness - SS1089IE
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Driving while using your cell phone is a recipe for disaster. In today's day and age technology is more available than ever, and so are the associated hazards. This video covers some of the statistics and also gives the tips needed to drive safely.
Cold Stress and Hypothermia 1090IE (9 Min.)
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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.
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.
Crystalline Silica Safety - SS1091IE (10 Min.)
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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.
Dog Bite Prevention SS3051A (9 Min.)
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Keep employees safe from dog and other animals bites on the job with this Dog Bite Prevention Video. The video will show workers how to avoid getting bitten by dogs to the begin with, how to avoid potentially hostile animals, and what to do in case of a dog bite. This training video is an ideal training tool for postal workers, meter readers, and others who come in contact with pets on a regular basis.
Forklifts and the Pedestrian SS1038GE (8 Min.)
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The most common accident seen in forklifts is striking a pedestrian. This means as a pedestrian you need to be extremely vigilant when working around forklifts, and the same goes for the forklift operator too. This program focuses on the safety of pedestrians, and the things you can do to make sure you will have a safe workday.
Hotel Security: Not On My Watch - SS5070AE (6 mins)
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Security...it's a part of your job, no matter what part of the property you work in. The Front Desk, Housekeeping, Engineering, Valet and others have an equal responsibility when it comes to maintaining the security of your facilities. This responsibility is awareness; keeping your eyes open for suspicious activity, knowing what to look for and reporting it when you see it. You can help protect yourself, your co-workers and your guests from tragedy. This video tells you how.
Human Trafficking: See Something, Say Something SS1086I (12 Min.)
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Human Trafficking is the illegal trade of human beings for the purpose of sexual exploitation, forced labor or modern day slavery. It happens every day and you may be a witness to it. What can you do to help stop it? This video explains how.
Needlestick Prevention - SS14026AE (10 Min.)
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Needlestick Injury Prevention program is designed to heighten awareness relating to needlestick injuries and to provide measures you can use to reduce these potentially serious injuries. First, we’ll look at some basic statistics and then we’ll review important safety rules, reporting injuries, and information relating to the prevention of needlestick injuries. OSHA estimates that 5.6 million workers in the health care industry and related occupations are at risk of occupational exposure to bloodborne pathogens. According to NIOSH, it is estimated that 800,000 needlestick injuries occur annually. This program is designed to heighten awareness in needlestick injuries and to provide measures to reduce serious injuries.
PPSO-Proprietary Private Security Officer - SS5077AE (3 Min.)
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Proprietary Private Security Officer, what exactly does that mean? This video explains exactly that and what responsibilities and duties a PPSO does and doesn't have.
Propane Safety - Fueling your Forklift - SS1032GE
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This program focuses on the key fundamentals to safely handle propane tanks in relation with forklifts. From safe storage to switching out tanks, this program is a great f0r anyone that will be working with propane tanks and forklifts.
Reducing Liability Claims SS5076AE (11 Min.)
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No matter how well your safety and security program is developed, taught and executed, claims are still bound to happen. This video teaches techniques to more effectively handle both guest and employee incidents and reduce your property's associated liability.
Restaurant Personal Hygiene - SS6030A (8 Min.)
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Hygiene practices in restaurants is more important than in almost any other industry. Our associates hygiene can have a direct impact on the health of our customers. This video provides the basics of restaurant hygiene.
Trenching and Shoring: Excavation Safety SSC003E (13 Min.)
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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.
Winter Driving in Extreme Weather Conditions SS1088I (10 Min.)
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This video will help you understand some of the hazards associated with winter driving. Some of the topics include safe speeds, hydroplaning, braking and pre-trip inspection. Winter Driving Safety SS1088I (10 Min.)
Workplace Harassment: Abuse of Power - SS9102AE (8 Min.)
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Workplace harassment includes unwanted verbal or physical behavior regarding sex, gender, gender identity, religion, race, skin color, sexual orientation, physical or mental disability and age. Harassment can target almost any personal characteristic, and occur between any two people…co-workers, managers, or even non-employees like clients, contractors, or vendors. In addition, the victim of harassment is not only the person who is the intended target, but anyone affected by the offensive behavior. Harassment can lead to a hostile, volatile workplace, which is why it is important that your associates know how to properly recognize this behavior and respond correctly. handling these situations wrong can lead to retribution and escalation, so everyone at your facility should be properly trained.
Workplace Harassment: Comprehensive Employee Training - SS9113AE (50 Min.)
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Not dealing with workplace harassment can undermine the success and morale of any organization. We all want an environment where everyone is able to do their best and work together effectively as a team. To accomplish this goal we all need to be aware that harassment exists and it must not be tolerated on any level. In this video we’ll define some common types of harassment and you will learn what to do in these situations. Failure to respond to a complaint can result in your company being liable for monetary damages when an employee has to seek intervention from a governmental agency or file a lawsuit. We all need to learn to recognize harassment and work together to stop it. This video is a great way to start.
Workplace Harassment: Comprehensive Management Training - SS9112AE (60 Min.)
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Not dealing with workplace harassment can undermine the success and morale of any organization. We all want an environment where everyone is able to do their best and work together effectively as a team. To accomplish this goal we all need to be aware that harassment exists and it must not be tolerated on any level. In this video we’ll define some common types of harassment and you will learn what to do in these situations. Failure to respond to a complaint can result in your company being liable for monetary damages when an employee has to seek intervention from a governmental agency or file a lawsuit. You may be personally liable if you harass an employee or if someone complains to you and no action is taken. By being prepared, you can take appropriate action to investigate and resolve claims of harassment. Early resolution of all harassment claims prevents costly administrative or legal action.
Workplace Harassment: Discrimination - SS9108AE (15 Min.)
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Workplace harassment includes unwanted verbal or physical behavior regarding sex, gender, gender identity, religion, race, skin color, sexual orientation, physical or mental disability and age. Harassment can target almost any personal characteristic, and occur between any two people…co-workers, managers, or even non-employees like clients, contractors, or vendors. In addition, the victim of harassment is not only the person who is the intended target, but anyone affected by the offensive behavior. Harassment can lead to a hostile, volatile workplace, which is why it is important that your associates know how to properly recognize this behavior and respond correctly. handling these situations wrong can lead to retribution and escalation, so everyone at your facility should be properly trained.
Workplace Harassment: Online Harassment - SS9111AE (9 Min.)
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Online Harassment is often called cyberbullying. This is where the harasser victimizes someone using the internet. Employers are embracing new technology in order to appeal to younger employees and reap the benefits of a digitally connected world. For example, instant messaging company applications offer convenience, speed and user-friendly interface. However, there can be a downside to this digital world. Your employees can utilize this technology to harass someone via text or any other online social platform.
Workplace Harassment: Personal Harassment - SS9103AE (9 Min.)
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Workplace harassment includes unwanted verbal or physical behavior regarding sex, gender, gender identity, religion, race, skin color, sexual orientation, physical or mental disability and age. Harassment can target almost any personal characteristic, and occur between any two people…co-workers, managers, or even non-employees like clients, contractors, or vendors. In addition, the victim of harassment is not only the person who is the intended target, but anyone affected by the offensive behavior. Harassment can lead to a hostile, volatile workplace, which is why it is important that your associates know how to properly recognize this behavior and respond correctly. handling these situations wrong can lead to retribution and escalation, so everyone at your facility should be properly trained.
Workplace Harassment: Physical Harassment - SS9114AE (9 Min.)
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Physical harassment is also often called workplace violence. This refers to a type of workplace harassment that involves physical attacks or threats. In some extreme cases, physical harassment may be classified as assault. Any physical gestures like playful shoving can potentially blur the line between appropriate or not appropriate, since it is the person on the receiving end who decides whether the behavior makes them uncomfortable or not. Physical harassment should be taken very seriously in the workplace and explained thoroughly in your codes of conduct and policies.
Workplace Harassment: Psychological Harassment - SS9104AE (12 Min.)
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Workplace harassment includes unwanted verbal or physical behavior regarding sex, gender, gender identity, religion, race, skin color, sexual orientation, physical or mental disability and age. Harassment can target almost any personal characteristic, and occur between any two people…co-workers, managers, or even non-employees like clients, contractors, or vendors. In addition, the victim of harassment is not only the person who is the intended target, but anyone affected by the offensive behavior. Harassment can lead to a hostile, volatile workplace, which is why it is important that your associates know how to properly recognize this behavior and respond correctly. handling these situations wrong can lead to retribution and escalation, so everyone at your facility should be properly trained.
Workplace Harassment: Retaliation - SS9106AE (7 Min.)
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Workplace harassment includes unwanted verbal or physical behavior regarding sex, gender, gender identity, religion, race, skin color, sexual orientation, physical or mental disability and age. Harassment can target almost any personal characteristic, and occur between any two people…co-workers, managers, or even non-employees like clients, contractors, or vendors. In addition, the victim of harassment is not only the person who is the intended target, but anyone affected by the offensive behavior. Harassment can lead to a hostile, volatile workplace, which is why it is important that your associates know how to properly recognize this behavior and respond correctly. handling these situations wrong can lead to retribution and escalation, so everyone at your facility should be properly trained.
Workplace Harassment: Sexual Harassment - SS9110AE (10 Min.)
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Sexual harassment is harassment that is sexual in nature and generally includes unwanted sexual advances, conduct or behavior. Sexual harassment in the workplace is a form of unlawful discrimination and is taken very seriously by the courts. A recent study found that 1 in every 4 women experience sexual harassment in the workplace. A similar poll found 1 in 10 men are experiencing sexual harassment as well. A fourth of men are concerned of becoming falsely accused of sexual harassment. Obviously, this training is vital to avoid harassment and its consequences.
Workplace Harassment: Third Party - SS9115AE (7 Min.)
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Third party harassment is a type of workplace harassment that’s initiated by a third party, someone from outside of the organization. Instead of the perpetrator being a boss, supervisor or colleague, he or she is a vendor, supplier, customer or client of the company.
Workplace Harassment: Verbal Harassment - SS9107AE (5 Min.)
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Workplace harassment includes unwanted verbal or physical behavior regarding sex, gender, gender identity, religion, race, skin color, sexual orientation, physical or mental disability and age. Harassment can target almost any personal characteristic, and occur between any two people…co-workers, managers, or even non-employees like clients, contractors, or vendors. In addition, the victim of harassment is not only the person who is the intended target, but anyone affected by the offensive behavior. Harassment can lead to a hostile, volatile workplace, which is why it is important that your associates know how to properly recognize this behavior and respond correctly. handling these situations wrong can lead to retribution and escalation, so everyone at your facility should be properly trained.