School District Safety

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Active Shooter - SS7024AE (8 Min)
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Incidents involving active shooters continue to be in the news. These acts of violence are becoming more commonplace in today’s society, and although your chances of being a victim of an active shooter incident are minuscule, it is important your organization and your associates plan and be prepared for such an incident. Active shooters can strike where we live, where we work, where we study, where we shop or any other environment. No business or institution is immune to the potential of an active shooter attack. The purpose of this informational training is not to alarm viewers, but to enlighten them regarding some of the elements of an active shooter scenario and what they should do to be prepared to deal with such an act.
Crossing Guard Safety - SS7025AE (15 min)
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The goal? The safety of children. A Crossing Guard’s job is protecting them. What could be more important than that? In 2008, one-fifth (20%) of all children between the ages of 5 and 9 who were killed in traffic crashes were pedestrians. Roadway crossings are complex, with many things to pay attention to. Children have neither the experience, nor the ability to understand the complexity of an intersection. Their only experience with roadways may be crossing them or being driven on them. This program is designed to help the new or experienced crossing guard understand the regulations relating to traffic safety and how to safely help children cross the street.
Depending On You - SS7021AE (34 min.)
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This video will help all Mandated Reporters learn: Definitions of abuse How to recognize abuse Procedures for reporting abuse Liability for failure to report abuse And legal protections for reporters
Garage/Repair Shop Safety - SS7022AE (15 minutes)
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The repair shop has just about every hazard you can imagine due to the wide variety of work that’s performed there. This video is great for informing new employees what to expect and also for experienced employees to remind them of the many hazards they face and the steps they can take to prevent injury. Topics Include: PPE, Electrical Safety, Chemical Safety and Back Injury Prevention but it contains a wealth of information from around the shop.
Janitorial Safety - 15000A (13 min.)
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Janitorial workers have many, many responsibilities. It would probably be easier to talk about what they DON’T do than what you do on a daily basis. But, regardless of how many different tasks they perform or how busy they are, safety should be the top priority. It’s simply this. That’s what this program is all about, examining common hazards janitorial staff face on a daily basis and the steps they can take to minimize risk. Topics include: Personal Protective Equipment, PPE, Back Injury Prevention, Bloodborne Pathogens, Slips, Trips and Falls, Electrical Safety and Chemicals.
Janitorial Safety - 15000A (13 min.) SPANISH
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Janitorial workers have many, many responsibilities. It would probably be easier to talk about what they DON’T do than what you do on a daily basis. But, regardless of how many different tasks they perform or how busy they are, safety should be the top priority. It’s simply this. That’s what this program is all about, examining common hazards janitorial staff face on a daily basis and the steps they can take to minimize risk. Topics include: Personal Protective Equipment, PPE, Back Injury Prevention, Bloodborne Pathogens, Slips, Trips and Falls, Electrical Safety and Chemicals.
Pre-Trip Inspection: School Bus - SS7023AE (17 min.)
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Nothing is more important to the safety of your passengers than a quality pre-trip inspection. All too often, drivers just do a quick once-over, check the boxes and get in and drive. This can have tragic consequences. While the video doesn’t cover every single item that must be inspected, it does stress the importance of performing comprehensive, conscientious inspections every day. It also explains the reasoning behind some of the more common items all drivers must inspect.
Restaurant: Hazard Communications – SS6005AE (11 min.)
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Everyone is required to receive hazard communications training. This program meets OSHA/EPA standards for hazard communications. Deals with hazardous materials in the restaurant environment, chemical labels, and material safety data sheets.
Safe Food Handling - SS6027AS (23 min.) SPANISH
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According to the CDC, every year in the US, 48 million people are infected with a food borne illness, 128,000 are hospitalized and 3,000 people die. Nobody wants this to happen; and,it doesn’t have to. Foodborne illnesses can be prevented.
Safe Food Handling – SS6027AE (23 min.)
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According to the CDC, every year in the US, 48 million people are infected with a food borne illness, 128,000 are hospitalized and 3,000 people die. Nobody wants this to happen; and,it doesn’t have to. Foodborne illnesses can be prevented. The first step is education. This program provides basic, introductory instruction on the six major elements of food handler safety: Food-borne illnesses Time and temperature control Personal hygiene Preventing contamination Cleaning and sanitizing equipment and utensils and Housekeeping and maintenance. Other topics include temperature control, preventing cross-contamination. This is a great program for both new and experienced staff.
School Bus Inspection - SS7016AE (9 mins)
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School Bus Safety (Elementary School Students) – Every year children are hurt while riding on a school bus. This video provides a basic review stressing the importance of safety on the school bus. Topics covered in this safety video include: follow your teacher’s instructions, waiting for the bus, follow your bus driver’s instructions, never put your body (hands, arms, or head) out of any bus window, and getting off the bus.
Suspensions And Expulsions - SS7020AE (18 mins)
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The program outlines exactly what violations and misconduct will lead to disciplinary action and what forms this disciplinary action may take. Real students who have been suspended and expelled give their true stories which vividly depict the consequences of not following school rules. Topics include: Theft Weapons Dangerous Behavior Drugs Sexual Misconduct Poor Grades After viewing this program students will have a better idea of what is expected of them in school.
Working with Special Needs Children - SS7026AE (11 min)
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Working with Special Needs Children – 7026A (11 min) Working with children that have special needs…it’s a unique job, an important job. There are a lot of people depending on you, not just the kids. But, the kids are why you’re here, right? Right. Part of your job is safety. The safety of your kids and your own personal safety. Isn’t a safe environment what we want for everyone? In this program we’ll cover a few common safety-related issues and discuss ways you can minimize or reduce risk. Safety is everyone’s responsibility.