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"UPDATING OSHA 7 HOSPITALITY" SS0626
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OSHA 7 Hospitality All In One SS5034A (60 Min.) Description Seven Annual Training Courses in one. All mandatory hospitality trainings presented in a concise, easy to understand format. Bloodborne Pathogens Training – Hospitality – SS5029A (10 min.) Fire Extinguisher Training - SS5072AE (5 min.) Back Injury Prevention – SS5006A (11 min.) GHS – Hazard Communications – SS5049A (17 min.) Lockout/Tagout – Hospitality – SS5030A (10 min.) Preventing Slips & Falls – SS5025A (10 min.) PPE – It’s Your Call – Hospitality – SS5046A (8 min.)
A Million Excuses - SS1055IE (9 Min.) UPDATED
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This video, although humorous, delivers hard-hitting impact for all employees. The program examines the “million” excuses offered by employees for not following established safety policies and procedures, not wearing Personal Protective Equipment and for not using common sense on the job. When employee’s see the excuses in this program, it may cause them to examine some of their own attitudes which may be unsafe.
Accidents: The People Factor SS2302AE (9 Min.)
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We talk a lot about safety. We have training programs, safety audits, governmental agencies, the list goes on and on. With all of this attention to safety, you'd think workplace accidents would be a thing of the past. They're not. Why do they keep happening? The simple answer is People. This video examines the role people play in workplace injuries
California Workplace Violence SB 553 SS1123AE (9 Min.)
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Join us in our comprehensive training video on California Workplace Violence SB 553, where we dive into the critical aspects of this legislation to help employers and employees understand their rights and responsibilities. This engaging video will cover the key elements of SB 553, such as recognizing workplace violence, preventing it, and complying with the law's reporting and training requirements. With real-life examples, expert insights, and practical advice, our training video ensures you stay informed and equipped to create a safer and more secure work environment in the Golden State. Whether you're a seasoned HR professional or a new employee, this video is a valuable resource for promoting workplace safety and compliance with SB 553.
Cannabis Industry Safety SSCB03AE (15 Min.)
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Working in the cannabis industry can give you a rewarding experience but it does not come without safety risk. With the proper training and education these risk can be minimized, giving you the ability to return home from work safe and healthy. There are many jobs within the cannabis industry all the way from cultivating to sales and this video will help you understand the associated safety hazards.
Construction Safety Orientation The Basics SSC0020E (28 Min.)
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Construction Safety...that's a very broad subject. This video covers a variety of topics and is designed as a basic overview of issues and hazards present on most construction sites. It is a great Orientation video for new employees or a refresher for experienced ones.
Conveyor Safety Basics SS1119IE (6 Min.)
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You must be aware of the functions and potential dangers of all equipment in the facility, especially conveyor belts. That is why we are here. Unnecessary workplace accidents often occur when workers do not stop and think before they act, and/or don’t take the necessary precautions to prevent accidents. That’s why it’s so important to keep focused when working with or around all conveyor belts.
Ergonomics - What's Wrong With This Picture? – SS1049I (10 min.)
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In this video, students are shown scenes of office employees at work and are asked to identify the hazards present. The clips are played back with narration and graphics explaining the problem and how to correct it. This method can make the training more interesting to employees weary of standard safety videos.
Fall Protection: Equipment and Safe Practices SS1118IE (11 Min.)
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Falls in the workplace are one of the most common types of injuries on the job, and the goal of this program is to provide employers and employees with information on recognizing potential fall hazards at their work sites, and suggest ways to avoid, minimize, control or prevent them. The audience will learn how to identify factors that contribute to common fall hazards, and how to analyze their own work areas for those hazards. The video covers: The OSHA Fall Protection Standard Fall Protection Plans Housekeeping and Engineering Controls Personal Protective Equipment and more....
GFCI: The Facts SS1133AE (6 Min.)
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Working safely with Ground Fault Circuit Interrupters (GFCIs) is crucial to prevent electrical shocks and fires. GFCIs are electrical devices designed to protect you from electrical hazards by shutting off power to a circuit if it detects a ground fault, which can occur when electricity leaks to the ground instead of following its intended path.
Hospitality Accident & Incident Investigation SS5123AE
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According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, a worker is injured on the job every 5 seconds. Workplace injuries and illnesses cost industry over $175 billion annually. The immediate cause of incidents is usually obvious. But unless the true root cause(s) are identified and corrected, the probability of a similar type incident occurring is high. A properly conducted Incident Investigation is one of the most effective tools and an essential component of all successful incident prevention programs. Incident Investigation program uses broadcast quality images and graphics to capture the audience's attention and communicate in a clear and concise fashion the purpose and importance of Incident Investigation, the skills and techniques required to conduct an effective investigation, how to identify the true root causes of an incident and develop corrective actions, and the importance of communication and follow up. Topics covered include: Taking immediate action at the scene of the incident, Gathering facts and information, How to take effective pictures and document an incident scene, Techniques for interviewing witnesses, Methods for analyzing the facts and information gathered, Developing corrective actions, Implementation and communication, and The importance of follow up. When an incident occurs in the workplace something happened that shouldn't have, or didn't happen that should have. A proper Incident Investigation will answer why and enable you to prevent its recurrence in the future. This program provides the content and tools necessary to effectively train your managers, supervisors, safety committee members and other employees to conduct a proper Incident Investigation. WATCH
Hot Work & Fire Prevention SS11082EE (12 Min.)
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Welding, grinding, cutting, open flame and other spark-producing tools and operations are all capable of starting dangerous fires in our workplaces. Collectively known as hot work, such processes require specific permits and procedures be followed to prevent the ignition of vapors, liquids and solids that may be in or near the work area. Careless hot work operations can quickly lead to fires, extensive property damage, severe injuries or death. This program discusses the safe work practices that should be taken to prevent such incidents and reviews the responsibilities of those workers involved in hot work tasks.
Housekeeping in an Industrial Environment (10 Min) SS1120AE
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The word “housekeeping” is often associated with household vacuuming, dusting, mopping floors, reducing clutter – or maybe someone cleaning a hotel room. In industrial workplaces, “housekeeping” means much more, and is a critical component of any safety program. Good housekeeping not only helps prevent accidents and injuries, it can improve productivity, boost morale and impress clients and visitors. It’s also an OHSA requirement.
Laboratory Electrical Safety - SS19020AE
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Electricity can be a potential hazard anywhere, even a laboratory. This videos helps viewers identify potential hazards and outlines what steps to take to minimize risk.
Laboratory Eye Wash & Safety Showers - SS19021AE
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In a laboratory environment, there is possibly no more important knowledge than how to properly operate an eye wash station or safety shower. This knowledge can mean the difference between an accident and a catastrophe.
Laboratory Flammables & Explosives - SS19023AE (11 Min.)
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There are many different chemicals and compounds in the laboratory. Some of thse have the potential to cause fires& explosions. This video takes a look at how to properly muse, store and dispose of these chemicals safety to avoid a tragic situation.
Laboratory Handling Gas Cylinders - SS19024AE (10 Min.)
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Gas cylinders, if not handled properly can cause serious damage to property and grave injuries to employees. This program outlines how to safely use and store cylinders to eliminate risk.
Laboratory Safety Orientation - SS19022AE
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There are a variety of potential hazards in a lab environment. This program takes a basic look at these hazards and shows ways to minimize risk.
MIPP for Supervisors - SS5082AE (9 Min.)
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Each hotel must have an Musculoskeletal Injury & Illness Prevention Program. This video outlines the responsibilities of Supervisors in this program and what they must do to comply with regulations.
MSHA Machine Guarding & Conveyors SSM003E (11 Min.)
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machine guarding is an important part of any safety program and mining operations are no different. This video explains what guarding does and what employees need to know to work safely around mining machinery such as conveyors.
MSHA Personal Protective Equipment SSM001E (12 Min.)
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The U.S. Department of Labor's Mine Safety and Health Administration (MSHA) develops and enforces safety and health rules for all U.S. mines regardless of size, number of employees, commodity mined or method of extraction, and federal law requires that all miners receive basic and annual refresher training. This program outlines PPE training requirements for mining operations.
MSHA Powered Haulage Equipment SSM002E (10 Min.)
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Mining operations have a lot of powered equipment operating simultaneously. It's important that everyone, not just operators remain aware and vigilant to prvent serious accidents. This training offers an overview of everyone's responsibilities on site.
Narcan Naloxone Safety - SS1133AE (6 Min.)
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This video explores the crucial topic of Naloxone safety, a powerful tool in the fight against opioid overdoses. Naloxone, also known as Narcan, has the potential to save lives when administered correctly, but it's essential to use it safely and responsibly. Join us as we cover key aspects of Naloxone safety, including how to recognize the signs of an opioid overdose, the proper administration of Naloxone, and the importance of calling 911 for professional assistance. Whether you're a healthcare professional, a first responder, or someone who wants to be prepared to help a loved one in need, this video will provide valuable insights into Naloxone safety and its role in combatting the opioid crisis. Together, we can make a difference and save lives. Watch now and share this vital information with your community.
Onboarding with Joan SS1137AE (21 Min.)
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Join us for an immersive onboarding experience tailored for our newest team members! In this comprehensive training video, we'll walk you through everything you need to know to hit the ground running in your new role. From introductions to key team members to an overview of company policies and procedures, this video will ensure you're equipped with the knowledge and resources to excel from day one. Get ready to feel confident and empowered as you embark on this exciting journey with us!
OSHA's Top Citations - SS1121AE (9 Min.)
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Discover the critical safety insights you need to know! Join us as we delve into OSHA's Top 10 Violations, shedding light on the most common workplace hazards and how to prevent them. Whether you're an employer, employee, or just concerned about workplace safety, this video is a must-watch. Stay informed, stay safe!
Panel Saw Safety SS1117IE (8 Min.)
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This video addresses proper workspace setup, the basics of making cuts, general safety procedures, and proper maintenance.
Process Safety: Hazard Analysis - SS1015FE (15 mins)
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This video program explains the various hazard analysis techniques which can show what could go wrong with your process and the possible consequences to your employees, the environment and the rest of the facility. It provides in-depth information on how to organize a process safety hazard analysis, including quality team assembly and analysis techniques.
Restaurant: Preventing Slips And Falls – SS6025AE (9 min.) UPDATED
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Slips and falls can happen to almost anyone in your restaurant: guests, wait staff and kitchen staff. These events can happen anywhere on your property, outside, in dining area or back of house. This program discusses steps associates can take to minimize the risks of a slip, trip or fall in your restaurant. Slips, trips and falls are 100% preventable. This program will help your employees recognize slip, trip and fall hazards and take the steps necessary to prevent them.
Skid Steer Loader Safety Training SSC0025EE (7 Min.)
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If your employees use a skid steer loader or Bobcat on the job site, then you need this skid steer safety video. As you know, the skid steer is a very useful machine, but make no mistake, it can be dangerous. This skid steer training video teaches your employees several key concepts to keep them safe on the job.
Stormwater Pollution Prevention Program (SWPP) SS1124AE (11 Min.)
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When stormwater flows through parking lots, chemical storage areas, areas of outside industrial activity, waste management areas, material loading / unloading operations and similar areas, it can pick up debris such as: chemicals, fertilizers, fecal bacteria, pollutants and other hazardous materials. This now-contaminated stormwater can then flow untreated directly into nearby bodies of water used for swimming, drinking, recreation and farming. This program outlines your responsibility to prevent pollution and steps you can take to help reach this goal.
The Aging Workforce - Supervisor Version - SS5038AE (16 mins)
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The Census Bureau states that by 2020 the number of over 55 people in the workforce will increase by 73% while the number of young workers will increase only 5%. This program will help you develop and implement strategies that will allow you to capitalize on the strengths of this ever-growing sector of your employment base and be better prepared to handle the challenges that may arise as a result of the having older employees as part of your workforce.
UPDATED HIPAA Compliance - SS14017AE (18 min.)
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The Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act, or HIPAA, forbids sharing, transmitting or divulging of information designated as Protected Health Information or PHI of individuals. It’s designed to offer workers specific protections. Businesses are charged with the responsibility of complying with the provisions set forth in HIPAA and this program was designed to help you reach this goal. This program will help you understand what the HIPAA rulings mean, what your company must do and the steps that must be taken to bring your organization into compliance.
Updated Process Safety: Hazard Analysis - SS1015FS (15 mins) Spanish
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This video program explains the various hazard analysis techniques which can show what could go wrong with your process and the possible consequences to your employees, the environment and the rest of the facility. It provides in-depth information on how to organize a process safety hazard analysis, including quality team assembly and analysis techniques.
Welding Safety: The Basics SS1103AE (10 Min.)
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Welders help build our world. It’s a job vital to the construction of our future. It requires training, skill and a commitment to safety. Yes, safety. Because there are many facets of welding that are potentially hazardous. But, that doesn’t mean you have to get injured. Quite the opposite. There are safety policies and procedures that, if followed, will help minimize your risk of an injury to you, or those around you during welding operations.
Wet Floors: Slip & Fall Prevention S1131AE (5 Min.)
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Slips and falls are a common cause of injury in the workplace. While there are many contributing factors, one of the more common are wet, slippery floors. Floors can become wet from a variety of sources: spills, rain, or cleaning activities. If we can eliminate the wet floor or surface, we also eliminate the associated slips and resulting injuries.
Wild Weather & Trucking SS17043AE (10 Min.)
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This video provides valuable information and tips for truck drivers who must operate their vehicles in inclement weather. The video covers various types of weather conditions, including rain, snow, and ice, and offers practical advice on how to safely drive in each situation. Some of the topics discussed in the video include: The importance of regular vehicle maintenance to ensure optimal performance in inclement weather. How to check tire pressure and tread depth to prevent skidding or hydroplaning. The use of headlights, fog lights, and hazard lights to improve visibility. The significance of slowing down and increasing following distance during rain, snow, and ice. How to properly use turn signals, flashers, and other vehicle signals to communicate intentions to other drivers. The importance of staying calm and focused while driving in inclement weather.
Wildfire Safety SS1108IEE (6 Min.)
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Every year, wildfires burn across the U.S., and more and more people are living where wildfires are a real risk. Nearly 45 million homes abut or intermingle with wildlands and more than 72,000 U.S. communities are now at risk. But by working together residents can make their own property, and their neighborhood, much safer from wildfire.
Workplace Safety: Your Story Matters SS1114AE (6 Min.)
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Viewers will witness examples of three common scenarios of workers not speaking up about safety. The storylines feature a failure to follow lockout/tagout, an employee neglecting to wear PPE and a worker choosing not to wear fall protection as the primary causes of incidents that result in fatalities; however, your employees will learn that the root cause of each was a reluctance to speak up. They will be convinced that speaking up about unsafe acts is critical in the prevention of workplace injuries. Some of the other safety concerns addressed in the program include supervisors, rushing, habits, shift work and intimidation.