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Aerial Lift Work Platform – SS1025GE (15 min.)
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Aerial work platforms provide access to work areas that were one difficult or impossible to reach. But, there are potential hazards involved. That’s why anyone operating an aerial work platform must be trained and authorized before using the equipment. This program covers a broad range of topics including: Pre-Shift Inspections Operating Controls Safe Operating Procedures Driving and Steering Speed Control Fall Protection and others.
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.
Bucket Truck Safety - SS1021GE (12 Min.)
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Bucket & Boom trucks are great tools and have many uses. They allow us to reach places we could not normally reach but there are dangers you may face. That’s what this program is all about, the hazards associated with Bucket Trucks and steps you can take to help minimize your risk and keep you, and those working around you, safe.
Compressed Air Safety - SSE2131E (17 mins)
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This video stresses the importance of working safely with compressed air to prevent injuries. Featured are four workplace incidents that illustrate the fact that compressed air hazards are often not easily recognized but still can have tragic consequences. Topics include: Dangers of cleaning with compressed air How compressed air can injure the human body Use of hearing protection in noisy environments Inspection and maintenance of compressed air equipment Components of compressed air systems
Compressed Gas Cylinders: Safety Basics - SSC0031AE (10 Min.)
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Stored compressed gases are essential components in all areas of American industry. Compressed gas cylinders hold fuel, breathable air and chemicals that can produce devastating results if they are accidentally released or leak. This program shows the viewer the types of hazards associated with the gases, how the gases are compressed and stored and how the cylinders should be handled. The viewer will also learn how to connect gas cylinders to service lines and fixtures and how to control gas leaks.
Crystalline Silica Safety - SS1090IE (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 (7 Min.)
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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.
Forklift Battery Charging: Safety Basics - SS1044GE (6 Min.)
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Charging batteries of forklifts and other material handling equipment can present safety hazards. These programs outlines the potential hazards, personal protective equipment, proper charging techniques and emergency procedures.
GHS - Hazard Communications: Right To Know - SS1051FE (18 Min.)
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This video fully explains the (GHS) Globally Harmonized System and how it is to be integrated with your current HAZCOM program. The video fully explains the key points of the change, replacement of MSDS with the new SDS, new symbols and labels, plus new classification. This program trains employees, supervisors and management on the elements of the new system.
GHS: Hazardous Materials Labels SS2001FE (8 Min.)
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This GHS Container Labeling Training Video will help your employees understand the six types of information contained on a Globally Harmonized System (GHS) label as well as how to understand the 9 types of pictograms used in a GHS labeling program. This training DVD was created specifically to help you with the OSHA GHS compliance standard
GHS: Safety Data Sheets-The Basics SS2002FE (5 Min.)
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Explains the new GHS format for Safety Data Sheets (SDS's) adopted by OSHA when they revised their hazard communication standard. Available in English & Spanish
GHS: The Basics - SS1050FE (5 Min)
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GHS or Globally Harmonized System is a method of identifying chemicals and their associated hazards. This video provides viewers with the basics of this program and describes the resources they can use to properly identify the hazards they may face, protective measures to minimize these hazards and other pertinent information.
Grinding and Abrasive Wheels SS1097IE (10 Min.)
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Grinding and Abrasive Wheels program provides the viewer with information on the proper use and operation of grinders in a safe manner. There are a variety of jobs in foundry operations in industries requiring the use of grinders. They can be portable grinders or fixed bench grinders. It's a safe job if you follow the rules. If you ignore safety or ignore proper grinding procedures, it can be an extremely hazardous job. We don't intend to cover all the safety rules associated with grinding. We just want to provide some information to make you more aware of safety when operating grinders.
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.
Heat Stress: Facts & Prevention - SSG001E (9 Min.)
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Heat Illness...it can happen to just about anybody working in hot or humid conditions. It can be serious. It can be fatal. But, it' doesn't have to be. A few simple, easy to do steps can mean the difference between just another day at work and a serious medical emergency. This video outlines these steps in an easy to understand manner.
Ladder Safety – SS8019AE (10 mins)
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This video deals with the safe way to use stepladders, straight ladders and platform ladders, as well as common hazards associated with improper ladder use. Explains the 4:1 rule when placing straight ladders, the belt buckle rule, 36″ requirement for straight ladders above landings and more. A great program for new or experienced workers.
Property Management: Back Injury Prevention SS1017DE (9 Min.)
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There are some unique lifting situations in Property Management. Some of the work is office related and some is maintenance and grounds keeping. Whether you work in the office or outside, proper lifting is important to prevent back injuries. Some situations covered in this video include moving and working on appliances, handling trash bags, handling trash left out by dumpsters, such as furniture, tires and other heavy objects, clear pathways and wet surfaces. Video discusses safe lifting techniques that can be used by everyone.
Scissor Lifts Safety - SSC0021E (8 Min.)
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Accessing high places can be difficult in many work environments. To reach these areas, many workers use scissor lifts. Nearly everyone has seen a scissor lift. They're common on construction sites, both inside and out, and are often found in warehouses and other large buildings as well. Topics covered in the program include: The types of scissor lifts and the training needed to operate them. The hazards associated with using scissor lifts. "Pre-start" and "worksite" inspections. Setting up, operating and moving a scissor lift. Working on the ground near a scissor lift. and more.
Slips Trips & Falls SS1064IE-5 Concise Version
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When most people think of workplace injuries they visualize high-risk activities. Slips, trips and falls are the second-leading cause of workplace injuries and fatalities. Over 50% of them occur at ground level. Slips, trips, and falls are 100% preventable.
Slips, Trips and Falls – SS1064IE (12 min.)
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When most people think of workplace injuries they visualize high-risk activities. Slips, trips and falls are the second-leading cause of workplace injuries and fatalities. Over 50% of them occur at ground level. Slips, trips, and falls are 100% preventable. This new, engaging and fast-paced program will motivate your employees to recognize and respect the common causes of slips, trips and falls, and teach them procedures and techniques to prevent them from occurring and causing injury. This program will have a positive impact at your work site.