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Arc Flash: Facts and Prevention SS1086IE (10 Min.)
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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 avoid it, what arc flash is, personal protective equipment, creating an electrically safe condition, avoiding arc flash situations and more. This 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.
Crane Safety: Construction Environment SSC0022E (15 Min.)
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Cranes are powerful, versatile equipment in use at most construction sites sometime during the construction process. One mistake can lead to serious property damage, injuries of self or employees, or even death. This program covers necessary safety protocols for the safe operation of cranes, as well as safety measures to be taken by those who work around this type of machinery on the ground. It's a must see for new workers and seasoned crane operators alike.
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.
Electric & Manual Pallet Jack Safety SS1033GE
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Pallet Jacks are common tools in warehouse and other environments. There are hazards associated with their use for operators and those who work in the same areas. This program outlines the basics of pallet jack safety and provides the do's and dont's of safe operation. Manual, walk-along and ride-on equipment are all discussed.
Forklifts and the Pedestrians 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.
Hand & Power Tool Safety SS1094IE (10 Min.)
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Everyone uses Hand & Power tools. But, because they are common, people often forget about the hazards involved. 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. This program is a great place to start.
Housekeeping: Warming Up For Work (5 Min.) SS5080AE
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A housekeeper's body is moving all day. It can add up to discomfort, stiffness or pain. Nobody wants that to happen and it doesn't have to. This program takes a look at a few movements you can do before you begin your day, and throughout your day that can keep you feeling great.It only takes a few minutes and can make a big difference in how you feel on and off the job. Who doesn’t want that?
Indoor Heat Illness: Facts & Prevention - SS1099IE (9 Min.)
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Starting 1/1/2020 OSHA will required businesses to implement “Indoor Heat Illness” guidelines. Indoor heat and outdoor heat have similar effects on the body, but indoor heat stress is often overlooked. Heat Stress and resulting illness occurs every day in indoor environments. What can you do about it? This video is a great place to start.
Personnel Baskets & Aerial Lifts - SS1039GE (17 Min.)
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Falls are one of the leading causes of fatalities of construction workers. Working at height is inherently dangerous. The video provides the safety basics regarding work in aerial lifts and manbaskets. Topics include: Equipment Inspection, Worksite Inspections, Pre-work meetings, Proper equipment setup, Controls, Fall protection and more.
Spa Safety - SS5078AE (8 Min.)
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The Spa is a special place with special hazards. This short video takes a look at some of the common hazards in the spa and discusses ways that risk can be reduced for both employees and guests.
Traffic Control: Flagger Safety SS21003AE
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Being the Flagger at a construction or traffic control site is an important and dangerous job. You are responsible for the safe flow of traffic but you are also responsible for your personal safety. This video outlines methods and procedures that will keep the vehicles in your zone safe as well as you and people working in the traffic control zone.
Traffic Control: Safety Orientation SS21001AE (35 min)
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The program is a comprehensive look at hazards that everyone in a Traffic Control company may face in the course of their jobs. From Traffic Control procedures to Hazcom to safe Lifting, there's something for everyone in the company to take away. A great program for new employees or as a refresher for experienced employees.
Traffic Control: The Basics SS21002AE (9 min)
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The program is aptly titles as it covers the basics of Traffic Control including Zone Guidelines, Flagger Stations and basic procedures designed to keep flaggers, crew and traffic safe.
Unconscious Bias - SS9018AE (9 Min.)
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An unconscious bias is when discrimination and incorrect judgments occur due to stereotyping. These can occur automatically and without the person being aware of it. This video is an awareness training tool to help people recognize what unconscious biases they may have and what we can all do to reduce the effects of unconscious bias in our workplace.
Warehouse Safety: The Basics - SS1099AE (11 Min.)
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Warehouses play a critical role in our economy. They tend to be fast-paced and busy environments which can give rise to many different types of hazards. As a result, more employee fatalities occur in warehouses than in most other workplaces, and thousands of injuries occur there every year. This training program makes sure employees are informed about warehouse hazards and how to avoid them.
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.
Workplace Stress: The Basics - SS1098AE (10 Min.)
Description
In this fast-paced world, we are always encountering situations that can be stressful. Many of these occur at work. However employee stress, and its effects on their ability to do their jobs, is a subject that is often overlooked. This informative program trains your employees to identify potentially stressful situations and learn how to cope with them.
Workplace Stress: The Basics - SS1098AS (10 Min.) Spanish
Description
In this fast-paced world, we are always encountering situations that can be stressful. Many of these occur at work. However employee stress, and its effects on their ability to do their jobs, is a subject that is often overlooked. This informative program trains your employees to identify potentially stressful situations and learn how to cope with them.