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Video Training Library

Spanish Video Training Library

If you are an NJM workers' compensation or commercial auto policyholder, you can request safety videos for loan to your company by using our interactive Video Training Library to view a list of videos available with a description of the program. You can use these videos for safety training and meetings.

Procedure to Borrow Videos

Contact NJM to borrow videotapes and DVDs by:

Place your request as far in advance of the showing date as possible. A two-week notice is usually necessary (occasionally there may be a waiting list). Videos will be lent on a first-come, first-serve basis.

Please complete the return evaluation form that is enclosed with the video. All videos should be returned on or before the due date to:

NJM Insurance Group
Attn: Engineering Department
301 Sullivan Way
West Trenton, NJ 08628-0227

Videos should be insured for $600 when you are returning them by either Parcel Post or UPS only.

Please package videos properly. All copyright laws must be observed.

NOTE: Videos are available only to NJM workers' compensation and commercial auto policyholders

Video Descriptions

Behavior Modification

#841 – HAZARD RECOGNITION AND CONTROL

To be safe, always take a second look. A situation may seem harmless until take a deeper look to see the potential hazards. Show your workers the three root causes of accidents and the ways they can recognize, avoid and prevent them. This program covers: hazard recognition, spotting unsafe conditions and practices and responsibilities of supervisors, team leaders and employees.

(DVD FORMAT – 17 Minutes)

 

#987 – EVERY CHOICE MATTERS

This program features emotional interviews with those who lost loved ones and others who were injured themselves in on-the-job incidents. Help motivate your employees to make the safe choice each and every time with this high-impact program. It goes beyond the usual how-to's to help wake up complacent attitudes and deliver a safety message that everyone can relate to. This DVD includes multiple training scenes that can be played as one continuous program or used as short, powerful meeting openers.

(DVD FORMAT – 19 Minutes)

 

#988 – EMPLOYEE INVOLVEMENT: THE KEY TO SAFETY

What really matters to your employees; their hobbies, friends and family? And what do they need to best enjoy all of those things; their health and a steady income. This video encourages employees to participate in safety programs and outlines how they and their organization can benefit by getting involved. It describes how employees can become involved, including performing good housekeeping practices, properly conducting safety inspections and incident investigations. It also looks at effective ways employees can have their voices heard by communicating their safety concerns as individuals and as part of a safety committee.

(DVD FORMAT – 18 Minutes)

Bloodborne Pathogens

#614 – GÉRMENES PATÓGENOS TRANSPORTADOS POR LA SANGRE: PRECAUCIONES EN EL LUGAR DE TRABAJO APLICABLES AL MEDIO INDUSTRIAL (BLOODBORNE PATHOGENS: WORKPLACE PRECAUTIONS FOR INDUSTRY)

This is the Spanish language version of #613. This video is geared toward housekeeping or janitorial personnel, laboratory workers, emergency or first aid squad members, or others who may have occupational exposure to blood. This program follows the training requirements of 29 CFR 1910.1030. Taking precautions to protect yourself are emphasized. This program cites several examples of bloodborne pathogens, including Hepatitis B Virus and HIV and other potentially infectious body fluids. Potential routes of entry, universal precautions, exposure control plan, personal protective equipment, clean-up protocols and the importance of hand-washing are covered. All blood and body fluids should be treated as if they were infected. The HBV vaccine and reporting exposures are also reviewed.

(VHS FORMAT – 16 Minutes)

 

#640 – PATÓGENOS CONTAGIADOS POR SANGRE: PREGUNTAS Y RESPUESTAS

This is the Spanish language version of #639. This video is good for general industry training. It begins with an explanation of what a bloodborne pathogen is, and describes Hepatitis B, Hepatitis C and Human Immunodeficiency Virus (HIV). Explained are how bloodborne pathogens enter the body, how to clean up a spill and proper disposal procedures, using universal precautions, personal protective equipment (PPE), what to do if a coworker is injured, proper removal of gloves, clean up of contaminated clothing and waste, the importance of hand washing and Hepatitis B testing.

(VHS FORMAT 11 Minutes)

 

#935 – BLOODBORNE PATHOGENS: FIRST RESPONDER

This program covers precautions concerning bloodborne pathogens, making it ideal for workers who are on the scene of accidents. It will provide your employees with elementary information on bloodborne diseases. What HBV, HIV and AIDS are, how these diseases are contracted, first-aid procedures, decontamination procedures and housekeeping are some of the topics covered in this DVD.

(DVD FORMAT – 18 Minutes)

Chemical Safety

#861 – HEXAVALENT CHROMIUM EMPLOYEE TRAINING

This is the Spanish version of #860. Hexavalent Chromium is essential to a number of industrial applications: chromate pigments are used in dyes, ink and plastics, chromic acid is used in chrome plating, and chromates are used to prevent corrosion in paints and other coatings. While these compounds can be very beneficial they can also be harmful or lethal to those employees exposed to them. This program discusses the safe work practices these workers must follow to avoid exposures to this hazardous substance.

(DVD FORMAT – 18 Minutes)

Confined Spaces

#983 – CONFINED SPACE ENTRY: PERMIT REQUIRED!

Help protect your employees from the dangers of working in confined spaces. This best-selling program addresses OSHA 1910.146 and reviews the details on how to prepare a confined space entry permit. It also offers suggestions for training a confined space entry team, entry permit requirements, safe atmospheric testing and training the entry team.

(DVD FORMAT – 23 Minutes)

Construction Safety

#934 – CONSTRUCTION STAIRWAY AND LADDERS: THE FIRST STEP

This program reviews the crucial safety precautions employees should take when using ladders and stairways. Proper set-up, use, inspection and maintenance of stairways and ladders are discussed in this DVD.

(DVD FORMAT – 13 Minutes)

Driving Safety

#813 – SAFE WINTER DRIVING

Winter driving presents special hazards, including rain, snow and ice. If drivers follow the special safety techniques in this program, they can avoid the risks. Also covered in this DVD are basic emergency equipment needed, the skid, and stopped and stranded.

(DVD FORMAT – 17 Minutes)

 

#826 – THE BLINDFOLD EFFECT

This dramatic video focuses on three driving situations that involve more than half of all collisions: following too closely, intersections and backing. Through collision reenactments and demonstrations of safe driving procedures, the video teaches tactical driving techniques that will improve every driver's skill and awareness.

(DVD FORMAT – 17 Minutes)

 

#832 – TRUCK DRIVING: CONTROLLING SKIDS

Prompt, effective action is crucial when tractor-trailers start to skid, for jackknifing may easily result. This program explains how most skids can be avoided, even in less than ideal conditions. When skidding is unavoidable, as it sometimes is, the program demonstrates in detail how to handle front-wheel, trailer-wheel and drive-axle skids; all-wheel skids; power skids; spinouts; and hydroplaning. Proven techniques for recovering from both tractor and trailer jackknifes are documented.

(DVD FORMAT – 17 Minutes)

 

#833 – DEFENSIVE DRIVING: PREPARED FOR THE WORST

Defensive drivers know how to deal with road hazards, poor weather conditions, vehicle collisions and crime. This program shows how to stay in control by being prepared for the worst. Topics covered in this DVD are: weather, night driving, breakdowns, accidents, road construction and personal security.

(DVD FORMAT – 18 Minutes)

 

#854 – DRIVEN TO DISTRACTION

This program discusses the everyday distraction we encounter while driving, the single glance at the phone, a quick check of the MP3 player and how those distraction can cause a crash. Every two miles, the average driver makes about 400 observations and makes 40 different decisions, each of which is a potential accident. Removing potential distractions before driving such as plug in your CDs and MP3 player first, put your phone on silent mode, better yet, turn them off. If you really need to do something while driving, the best option is to always pull over. Driving is a demanding, full-time job, and this program drives home the message that concentration while on the road is critical to your safety.

(DVD FORMAT – 16 Minutes)

 

#887 – EMOTIONAL WRECK

Aggressive driving is responsible for 1,500 deaths each year. This DVD give an eye-opening look at what constitutes aggressive driving, what contributes to it and how one driver's acts can cause a domino effect of bad decisions that may lead to a tragedy. Learn the official definitions and see examples of aggressive driving, understand its causes and effects, see past deadly psychological traps and apply safe driving practices to avoid or defend against aggressive driving.

(DVD FORMAT – 23 Minutes)

 

#905 – SAFE DRIVING: REAL, REAL LIFE®

This DVD teaches drivers that attitude is the key to safe driving. Topics covered are road rage, proper vehicle maintenance and awareness while driving.

(DVD FORMAT – 19 Minutes)

Electrical Safety

#814 – ELECTRICAL SAFETY: BEWARE THE BITE!

This DVD shows workers how to protect themselves from electrical shock and what to do if danger strikes. Topics covered are: Conductivity, Lockout/Tagout, Safety Work Practices, Personal Protective Equipment and Emergency Response.

(DVD FORMAT – 20 Minutes)

 

#834 – ELECTRICAL SAFETY: WORKING AROUND LIVE CIRCUITS

This program teaches electrical workers the basic safety measures for working on live circuits, how to choose the testing equipment that is right for the job and how to follow the rules and regulations of the National Electrical Code for electrical equipment installation and electricity use.

(DVD FORMAT – 7 Minutes)

 

#835 – ELECTRICAL SAFETY: BASIC PRINCIPLES

When working around electricity, maintaining personal safety depends on understanding the basic electrical safety principles, safe work practices, correct emergency response procedures and the government codes and regulations that apply.

(DVD FORMAT – 15 Minutes)

 

#885 – ELECTRICAL SAFETY FOR THE QUALIFIED WORKER

This cutting-edge program helps workers avoid tragedies by training them to wear proper PPE, test circuits and equipment properly, take proper protective measures and follow the National Electric Code guidelines. Correct PPE, lockout/tagout procedures, NFPA 70E and Arc Flash hazards analysis are covered.

(DVD FORMAT – 18 Minutes)

Ergonomics

#612 – LOS MOVIMIENTOS CORRECTOS II: LA ERGONOMÍA EN EL LUGAR DE TRABAJO (THE RIGHT MOVES II: ERGONOMICS IN THE WORKPLACE)

This is the Spanish language version of #611. In 1913 Henry Ford created the first assembly line and revolutionized the production process. Repetitive tasks plus awkward body positions combine to cause stress and strain. Ergonomics is defined as well as common cumulative trauma disorders. The program reviews manual material handling factors such as vertical distance, reaching, frequency, size, shape, floor conditions, need to push/pull, stability, distance carried, grip and space, and provides examples and solutions. Management considerations discussed are performing an ergonomic job analysis, assessing accident history, using a team approach, breaks and rotation and reporting symptoms immediately. The importance of recognizing deficiencies and applying controls as well as a list of self-assessment questions are given.

(VHS FORMAT – 18 Minutes)

Eye Safety

#815 – EYE PROTECTION: SEE THE WHOLE PICTURE

This DVD will make sure your employees understand the importance of proper eye protection with a detailed look at Personal Protective Equipment eyewear and a discussion of how eye injuries can be avoided, as well as the emergency procedures to be followed if an accident occurs.

(DVD FORMAT – 20 Minutes)

 

#888 – EYE PROTECTION: WHY GAMBLE?

Compliance with OSHA's Eye Protection Standard (1910.133) is made easier with this program, which reviews how to avoid injury and the emergency procedures to follow if an accident occurs.

(DVD FORMAT – 15 Minutes)

Fire Safety

#803 – FIRE EXTINGUISHERS: HOW AND WHEN TO USE THEM

This DVD covers the following topics: when not to fight a fire, the four classes of fires, types of fire extinguishers, maintenance of fire extinguishers and the PASS system. Viewers will also learn the safe operating procedures for various types of fire extinguishers.

(DVD FORMAT – 15 Minutes)

 

#989 – FIRE EXTINGUISHERS: YOUR PASS TO SAFETY

When fire breaks out, your workers only have seconds to respond. Every delay can be costly, even fatal. Give your employees accurate and concise annual training on fire extinguisher use. This program explains ways to eliminate the three elements, different fire extinguishers and their uses, classes of fire, the PASS procedure and when to call the fire department.

(DVD FORMAT – 17 Minutes)

First Aid

#816 – FIRST AID: PREPARED TO HELP

Being first on the scene of a workplace accident can be cause for panic. But with the training provided in this program, you can be confident that your employees can keep their cool, respond swiftly and apply life-saving measures. Get first-aid tips and learn these emergency response principles: Survey the scene, send someone to call for emergency response help, calm yourself and gain the confidence of the victim, assess the victim's condition.

(DVD FORMAT – 18 Minutes)

Forklift Operation

#818 – FORKLIFT MANEUVERS: ALL THE RIGHT MOVES

This program reviews the most important forklift safety issues — from operating conditions to load manipulation. With this important information, your forklift drivers will be equipped to operate safely and avoid accidents. Is ideal for new and experienced forklift operators and will help them receive and maintain their OSHA certification. It covers: OSHA compliance training requirements; loads and stability that affect forklift safety; lifting people; and staying safe on the forklift when dealing with hazardous operating conditions.

(DVD FORMAT – 26 Minutes)

 

#819 – FORKLIFT BASICS: SAFE FROM THE START

This program provides details on the powered industrial truck, from the way it's constructed to the way it works. It will help your operators understand the factors that affect forklift balance and maneuverability. Topics of discussion cover: powered industrial trucks; forklift operator safety; design and controls; pre-use inspection; and operator's manual.

(DVD FORMAT – 23 Minutes)

 

#858 – FORKLIFT FUNDAMENTALS: GET THE FACTS

This program gives you the help you need to comply with OSHA's Powered Industrial Truck Standard (1910.178). Familiarize your workers with the basics of safe forklift practices with this enlightening program. Powered industrial trucks, power plant inspections and equipment inspections are covered in this program.

(DVD FORMAT – 21 Minutes)

 

#859 – FORKLIFT OPERATIONS: CARRY THE LOAD

This program gives you the help you need to comply with OSHA's Powered Industrial Truck Standard (1910.178). Familiarize your workers with the basics of safe forklift practices with this enlightening program. Reduce the risk of forklift accidents with this valuable program. Topics covered in the program area operating conditions; vehicle and pedestrian traffic, special hazards and proper load manipulation.

(DVD FORMAT – 21 Minutes)

General Safety

#459 – HEAT STRESS

This video begins with a review of the four types of heat exposure: heat rash, heat cramps, heat exhaustion, and heat stroke. What to do to prevent heat stress is then covered. Examples of how to recognize heat stress are given and identification of employees at highest risk for heat exposure are given.

(VHS FORMAT – 8:30 Minutes)

 

#575 – MANTENIMIENTO DE LAS ÁREAS VERDES: ¡SEA UN PROFESIONAL! (GROUNDSKEEPING SAFETY: BE A PRO!)

This video is the Spanish language version of #559. This video is suitable for both employees and supervisors. It provides a fairly comprehensive set of guidelines for the use of Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) and safe work procedures while operating mowers, tractors, chain saws and other groundskeeping equipment. The safe use of chemicals also is covered. This video should be especially helpful for lawn maintenance companies, landscape contractors and country clubs.

(VHS FORMAT – 17 Minutes)

 

#578 – MANTENIMIENTO EN LA JARDINERÍA (LANDSCAPE MAINTENANCE SAFETY)

This video is the Spanish language version of #577. This video discusses various equipment, chemicals and techniques for safely conducting landscape maintenance. The first area reviewed is proper dress, eye protection, hearing protection, foot protection and respiratory protection. The difference between a commercial mower and a home-use mower is covered as well as the importance of proper maintenance, care of batteries and keeping blades sharp. Topics such as turning mower off during maintenance, removing the key, stopping for an unusual noise, clearing the area, ejecting items from the chute, mowing across slopes, pushing hand mowers, refueling hot engines, fire extinguishers, safety cans, grounding and static electricity are discussed. The proper uses of string trimmers, working safely with chemicals, and using Material Safety Data Sheets (MSDS) are covered. Chainsaw and chipper safety are also reviewed. Emphasis is on following company safety procedures and policies.

(VHS FORMAT – 16:57 Minutes)

 

#720 – SPEAK UP! COMMIT TO GIVE FEEDBACK

This is the Spanish language version of #704. This video is part of an interactive training session totaling about 60 minutes that focuses on addressing people's fears, anxieties, and excuses that keep them from speaking up when unsafe behavior is observed. It analyzes why most people don't confront the situation and why they should, along with what can be gained by approaching the situation diplomatically. The program emphasizes a three-step approach: Ask, Get Commitment, and Follow Up in order to help people approach the situation.

(VHS FORMAT – 10 Minutes)

 

#769 – EMPLOYEE SAFETY ORIENTATION

This is the Spanish language version of #768. This videotape covers policy and procedures in a variety of different work environments. Proper lifting, general safety, bloodborne pathogens, safe driving and hazard communications are all discussed briefly. Other subjects discussed include: smoking; alcohol and drug usage; drug testing; violence; sexual harassment and emergencies. It is designed for discussion breaks.

(VHS FORMAT – 22 Minutes)

 

#804 – THE KEVIN BAILEY STORY

Nothing delivers the importance of safety better than a true story. This unique and powerful presentation documents the devastating consequences of poor safety practices. Kevin Bailey suffered a traumatic amputation of his right leg at the hip and devastating injuries to his left leg after being caught in a powerful rotating shaft. Kevin discusses attitude, shortcut, PPE and the "real" costs of an accident and the effects it has on the entire family.

(DVD FORMAT – 20 Minutes)

 

#829 – WORKING SAFELY IN HOT ENVIRONMENTS

Any time high temperatures are combined with intense physical activity, the human body can experience various heat-related illnesses. This DVD stresses prevention of these illnesses by taking proper precautions, recognizing symptoms of heat stress and responding appropriately to these symptoms.

(DVD FORMAT – 19 Minutes)

 

#841 – HAZARD RECOGNITION AND CONTROL
To be safe, always take a second look. A situation may seem harmless until take a deeper look to see the potential hazards. Show your workers the three root causes of accidents and the ways they can recognize, avoid and prevent them. This program covers: hazard recognition, spotting unsafe conditions and practices and responsibilities of supervisors, team leaders and employees.

(DVD FORMAT – 17 Minutes)

 

#987 – EVERY CHOICE MATTERS

This program features emotional interviews with those who lost loved ones and others who were injured themselves in on-the-job incidents. Help motivate your employees to make the safe choice each and every time with this high-impact program. It goes beyond the usual how-to's to help wake up complacent attitudes and deliver a safety message that everyone can relate to. This DVD includes multiple training scenes that can be played as one continuous program or used as short, powerful meeting openers.

(DVD FORMAT – 19 Minutes)

 

#988 – EMPLOYEE INVOLVEMENT: THE KEY TO SAFETY

What really matters to your employees; their hobbies, friends, and family? And what do they need to best enjoy all of those things; their health and a steady income. This video encourages employees to participate in safety programs and outlines how they and their organization can benefit by getting involved. It describes how employees can become involved, including performing good housekeeping practices, and properly conducting safety inspections and incident investigations. It also looks at effective ways employees can have their voices heard by communicating their safety concerns as individuals and as part of a safety committee.

(DVD FORMAT – 18 Minutes)

 

Hand Safety

#807 – HAND PROTECTION: LESSONS FOR A LIFETIME

This programs features workers recounting their hand injuries. Your employee will learn the importance of protecting their hands with proper Personal Protective Equipment (PPE).

(DVD FORMAT – 20 Minutes)

 

#874 – KNIFE SAFETY IN THE WORKPLACE

The blade of a knife cannot tell the difference between cutting work material and slicing a hand or finger. That's why your employees must always keep their minds on safety when using industrial knives. They must follow safe work practices for each cutting task to prevent disabling lacerations, which often require months of intensive therapy for recovery. This program discusses common industrial knife safety rules and explains why a deep cut or laceration to a worker's hand can be so damaging.

(DVD FORMAT – 16 Minutes)

Harassment and Discrimination

#810 – SEXUAL HARASSMENT: YOU MAKE THE CALL (Office Version)

This DVD explains the different ways sexual harassment can be interpreted. Reviews Quid Pro Quo (this for that) and how it creates a hostile environment. It explains the point of view of perception over intention and how harassment can be experienced by a third party. This DVD also gives examples of company liability for sexual harassment and the importance of establishing a policy to deal with grievances.

(DVD FORMAT – 18 Minutes)

 

#811 – SEXUAL HARASSMENT: YOU MAKE THE CALL (Industrial Version)

This DVD explains the different ways sexual harassment can be interpreted. Reviews Quid Pro Quo (this for that) and how it creates a hostile environment. It explains the court's point of view of perception over intention and discusses how harassment can be experienced by a third party. This DVD also gives examples of company liability for sexual harassment and the importance of establishing a policy to deal with grievances.

(DVD FORMAT – 18 Minutes)

 

#900 – BEYOND SEXUAL HARASSMENT

It is illegal to discriminate based on race, national origin, religion, age, disability or perceived disability, or gender. These are known as protected classes. Even to people outside these protected classes, harassment may create a hostile work environment. This program advises that everyone know what harassment and discrimination are. Knowing your company policy and taking responsibility are also discussed. Several case studies with examples of disrespectful, unprofessional and some illegal forms are shown. Behaving in this manner can result in serious discipline, termination or legal action. The final message is treat others fairly and equally. This DVD is suitable for management and employees.

(DVD FORMAT – 15 Minutes)

Hazard Communication

#883 – HAZARD COMMUNICATION FOR NON-INDUSTRIAL EMPLOYEES

Dangerous chemicals cannot be avoided. Your employee will encounter them at work, in situations such as the simple task of changing a toner cartridge in a copy machine. The lack of expertise can be the cause of accidents. This program aims to inform them on safety measures that should be taken when dealing with potentially lethal substances.

(DVD FORMAT – 17 Minutes)

 

#884 – HAZARD COMMUNICATION ELEMENTS OF SAFETY

This program is designed to inform employees about the hazards of various chemicals they may be exposed to in the workplace so they can stay safe. Topics include: physical & health hazards, how exposure occurs, personal protective equipment, material safety data sheets and chemical containers warnings and labels.

(DVD FORMAT – 19 Minutes)

 

#943 – HAZARD COMMUNICATION & THE GLOBAL HARMONIZING SYSTEM

This DVD addresses the implementation of the Global Harmonizing System or GHS which brings OSHA's Hazard Communication Standard more in line with international standards. This will help insure quality and consistency in the classification and labeling of all chemicals. The program will provide employees with an understanding of the three key elements of the GHS: Hazard Classification, container labeling and Safety Data Sheets.

(DVD FORMAT – 22 Minutes)

 

#944 – HAZARD COMMUNICATION AND GLOBAL HARMONIZING SYSTEM (Concise Version)

This DVD is the concise version of #943. It addresses the implementation of the Global Harmonizing System or GHS which brings OSHA's Hazard Communication Standard more in line with international standards. This will help insure quality and consistency in the classification and labeling of all chemicals. The program will provide employees with an understanding of the three key elements of the GHS: Hazard Classification, container labeling and Safety Data Sheets

(DVD FORMAT – 12 Minutes)

Health Facility Safety

#892 – IT'S YOUR BACK, DON'T BREAK IT

Designed specifically for home care workers, this video explains how to lift and move patients safely. It also describes how employees can protect their backs with good posture, diet and exercise.

(DVD FORMAT – 20 Minutes)

 

#893 – ERGONOMICS: WATCH YOUR BACK

Whether your staff is moving patients, test tubes, laundry or food, they need to protect their backs from undue stress. All healthcare workers have a high risk of developing musculoskeletal disorders or back injuries.

(DVD FORMAT – 15 Minutes)

 

#894 – PATIENT LIFTING SAFE STRATEGIES

Healthcare workers are at risk for serious back injuries. Back injures are not only painful, but also costly to both employee and employer. Show your employees how to lift properly and prevent injury according to the NIOSH Lifting Guidelines.

(DVD FORMAT – 16 Minutes)

 

#895 – PROTECTING YOUR BACK

Back injuries hurt a lot! They hurt your employees, your staffing levels, your efficiency, your morale, your workers' compensation claims and your insurance premiums. This program gives instructions on proper body mechanics, patient transfer techniques and exercises to avoid back injury.

(DVD FORMAT – 19 Minutes)

 

#896 – SLIPS, TRIPS, AND FALLS

Slips and falls account for more than 200,000 on-the-job injuries in the U.S. each year. This fast-paced program identifies major slip, trip and fall hazards that may endanger your employees. Topics covered in this program include negotiating slippery surfaces, controlling hazards and avoiding falls.

(VHS & DVD FORMAT – 14 Minutes)

 

#897 – HOME HEALTHCARE SAFETY ORIENTATION

This important program will help employees recognize the potential dangers of working in a home care setting. It provides important safety tips to protect your staff and patients. It discusses what to look for in the home, handwashing and safe work practices and handling medical waste and equipment.

(DVD FORMAT – 20 Minutes)

 

#898 – HEALTHCARE SAFETY ORIENTATION

As a healthcare professional, you know that your patients continually rely on you for their health and safety — but what about your own? It can only take a minute of neglect on your part or that of a coworker for you to become a patient yourself. Slips, trips and falls, fire safety and handling medical waste are covered in this program

(DVD FORMAT – 20 Minutes)

 

#985 – PROTECTING YOUR BACK

Back injuries hurt a lot! They hurt your employees, staffing levels, efficiency, morale, workers' compensation claims and insurance premiums. This program includes instruction on proper body mechanics, patient transfer techniques and exercises that will help you avoid what OSHA has called "the nation's number one workplace safety problem." This program shows you how to avoid injury through proper body mechanics, safe lifting techniques, back strengthening exercises and a bonus segment on avoiding injury during patient transfer.

(DVD FORMAT – 19 Minutes)

 

#990 – BACK SAFETY: LIFT WELL, LIVE WELL

Your employees had better watch their backs or risk suffering from back pain later in life. Get prevention techniques now before the pain sets in and hurts operations and profits. This program shows how you can 'head off' back pain through common sense and practical advice.

(DVD FORMAT – 14 Minutes)

Hearing Protection

#901 – HEARING PROTECTION SOUNDS GOOD TO ME

How humans hear, the PPE equipment that is used to protect the ears, and the effect of noise on the ear are all covered in this enlightening program. Your workers will understand why proper hearing protection is of paramount importance to protect their ears from harmful noise.

(DVD FORMAT – 14 Minutes)

Kitchen and Food Service Safety

#800 – RETAIL SAFETY ORIENTATION

This DVD does an excellent job covering the following topics: back safety, housekeeping, loading-dock safety, fire safety, hazard communication, bloodborne pathogens and the Exposure Control Plan required by OSHA, as well as basic first aid, personal hygiene and box-cutter safety in a retail setting. This is an excellent video for both the new employee and a good review for the experienced employee.

(DVD FORMAT – 20 Minutes)

Ladder Safety

#936 – STAIRWAYS AND LADDERS: THE FIRST STEP

Although they may not appear to be as dangerous as scaffoldings, every year stairways or ladders account for over 34,000 workplace accidents. Before your employees step on that stairway or ladder, they must review the crucial safety precautions in this program to understand why these accidents occur and what they can do to prevent them.

(DVD FORMAT – 23 Minutes)

 

#845 – A PRACTICAL APPROACH TO LADDER SAFETY

This DVD is the Spanish language version of #844. Our safety while climbing or working on a ladder depends on following safe work practices: choose the correct ladder for the job; inspect the ladder before use; set up the ladder properly; and, use the ladder in a safe and proper manner. Viewers will see the consequences of failing to follow these safe work practices.

(DVD FORMAT – 18 Minutes)

 

#986 – STAIRWAYS AND LADDERS

Don't be deceived. Stairways and ladders may not appear to be as dangerous as scaffoldings, yet every year, over 34,000 workplace accidents involve stairways or ladders. Before your employees step on that stairway or ladder, they must review the crucial safety precautions in this program. They must understand why these stairway and ladder accidents occur and what they can do to prevent them. This program will show you how to identify and prevent stairway hazards and select and properly use a ladder.

(DVD FORMAT – 23 Minutes)

Lifting Safety

#576 – LEVANTANDO Y CARGANDO (LIFTING AND CARRYING)

This video is the Spanish language version of #427. It is estimated that 35% of all occupational injuries and 75% of all manual handling accidents and injuries involve the lifting and carrying of objects. This program presents the principles of correct lifting and carrying, as well as brief discussions of the anatomy and physiology of the neck and back and types of injuries which can result from improper lifting. This video is very comprehensive and is oriented toward a broad audience.

(VHS FORMAT – 11 Minutes)

 

#721 – DEALING WITH MANUAL HANDLING

This short video defines manual handling, including pushing/pulling/lifting of objects in the workplace. It also outlines the problems associated with this handling — including force, repetition, and fatigue. The videotape also discusses various methods of training that are important for controlling these hazards.

(VHS FORMAT – 10 Minutes)

 

#820 – SAFE LIFTING IN A SUPERMARKET ENVIRONMENT

This program covers the anatomy of the back and how it works. The importance of stretching and exercise is covered. Lifting various items in difficult situations is also reviewed. The importance of bending the legs when lifting is emphasized in this program.

(DVD FORMAT – 9 Minutes)

 

#821 BACK SAFETY FOR MATERIAL HANDLERS

Material handlers are some of the most frequent victims of back injury, but they practice the techniques taught in this program, they can keep their backs strong and in great shape. Back structure, repetitive stress illnesses/reverse stretching, proper lifting and warning signs of back injury are just some of the topics covered.

(DVD FORMAT – 17 Minutes)

 

 #872 – SAFE IN 8: BACK SAFETY

A quick refresher to assist you in becoming aware of your safety zone. Load awareness and the need for assistance from a coworker or mechanical device are reviewed. Proper lifting techniques with an emphasis on reverse stretching also are discussed.

(DVD FORMAT – 8 Minutes)

 

#892 – IT'S YOUR BACK, DON'T BREAK IT

Designed specifically for home care workers, this video explains how to lift and move patients safely. It also describes how employees can protect their backs with good posture, diet and exercise.

(DVD FORMAT – 20 Minutes)

 

#893 – ERGONOMICS: WATCH YOUR BACK

Whether your staff is moving patients, test tubes, laundry or food, they need to protect their backs from undue stress. All healthcare workers have a high risk of developing musculoskeletal disorders or back injuries.

(DVD FORMAT – 15 Minutes)

 

#894 – PATIENT LIFTING: SAFE STRATEGIES

Healthcare workers are at risk for serious back injuries. Back injures are not only painful, but also costly to both employee and employer. Show your employees how to lift properly and prevent injury according to the NIOSH Lifting Guidelines.

(DVD FORMAT – 16 Minutes)

 

#895 – PROTECTING YOUR BACK

Back injuries hurt a lot! They hurt your employees, your staffing levels, your efficiency, your morale, your workers' compensation claims and your insurance premiums. This program gives instructions on proper body mechanics, patient transfer techniques and exercises to avoid back injury.

(DVD FORMAT – 19 Minutes)

 

#902 – STRAINS AND SPRAINS: AVOIDING THE PAIN

Sprains and strains may not be considered serious workplace injuries, but they cause lost time, reduced wages and disrupt employee health and productivity. Show your employees how strains and sprains occur, how to recognize their warning signs and how to minimize them with proper posture, exercises and other simple adjustments.

(DVD FORMAT – 16 Minutes)

 

#910 – POWERLIFT: LIFTING TRAINING THAT WORKS!

The Spanish version of #909. Most of us have been trained to lift objects with the traditional "bend your knees and keep your back straight" technique. This DVD covers flaws of the traditional "squat lift" technique. Keeping the spine in a neutral position and the basics of the wide stance is addressed in Powerlift.

(DVD FORMAT – 19 Minutes)

 

#985 – PROTECTING YOUR BACK

Back injuries hurt a lot. They hurt your employees, staffing levels, efficiency, morale, workers' compensation claims and insurance premiums. This program includes instruction on proper body mechanics, patient transfer techniques and exercises that will help you avoid what OSHA has called "the nation's number one workplace safety problem." This program shows you how to avoid injury through proper body mechanics, safe lifting techniques, back strengthening exercises and a bonus segment on avoiding injury during patient transfer.

(DVD FORMAT – 19 Minutes)

 

#990 – BACK SAFETY: LIFT WELL, LIVE WELL

Your employees had better watch their backs or risk suffering from back pain later in life. Get prevention techniques now before the pain sets in and hurts operations and profits. This program shows how you can 'head off' back pain through common sense and practical advice.

(DVD FORMAT – 14 Minutes)

Lockout/Togout

#616 – LOTO: CIERRE Y ETIQUETA (LOTO: LOCKOUT/TAGOUT: YOUR TICKET TO SAFETY)

This is the Spanish language version of #615. The message of this training program is don't gamble with your life, use lockout/tagout procedures. Having a serious injury is compared to winning the lottery. The more chances you take, the greater your chance of getting injured. Examples of electrical, mechanical, chemical, thermal, pneumatic, hydraulic and stored energy hazards are given. Who procedures apply to and a basic lockout/tagout policy are covered, including: training, notification, pre-planning and review, identifying and neutralizing energy sources, lockout, tagout, testing the equipment and restarting the equipment. Zero mechanical state is also explained.

(VHS FORMAT – 15:30 Minutes)

 

#822 – LOCKOUT/TAGOUT: LIGHTNING IN A BOTTLE

Fatal injuries have occurred in workplaces when hazardous energy was released and lockout/tagout procedures weren't in place. This valuable program will help prevent that in your workplace. Kinds of energy lockout/tagout control; lockout/tagout basics; OSHA's Lockout/Tagout standard; the six steps of lockout/tagout and removing lockout/tagout devices after a job is complete are reviewed in this

(DVD FORMAT – 15 Minutes)

 

#877 – LOCKOUT/TAGOUT: TRAINING FOR EMPLOYEES

This DVD will show your employees how proper lockout/tagout procedures will protect them from injury when they are working around energized machinery. This is also an effective tool in helping you meet OSHA training requirements.

(DVD FORMAT – 16 Minutes)

Machine/Equipment Safety

#802 – MACHINE GUARDING PROTECTING YOU FROM HAZARDS

This DVD discusses common types of machine hazards, how they can be controlled and what actions must be taken to stay safe around moving equipment and machinery. Topics include: inspection and maintenance; fixed and adjustable guarding; hazards of bypassing and removing guards, and various types of safety devices.

(DVD FORMAT – 15 Minutes)

 

#991 – MACHINE GUARDING: SAFEGUARD YOUR FUTURE

Practically every machine has some sort of machine guarding — a shield, automatic shutoff or even a laser curtain — to protect workers if a body part should come in contact with the machine. In fact, OSHA requires specific machines to have specific guards. Make sure your employees understand the importance of knowing about and using the machine guards meant to protect them.

(DVD FORMAT – 14 Minutes)

Office Safety

#849 – OFFICE SAFETY

This program demonstrates how to lift properly as well as slips trips and falls in an office environment. It discusses the dangers of using a chair as a foot stool. Electrical and chemical hazards such as frayed cords, cracked outlets and household chemicals. Inspecting the office regularly and avoiding stress which can be a distraction is also discussed in this program.

(DVD FORMAT – 8 Minutes)

 

#908 – OFFICE SAFETY

The Spanish version of #907. This DVD addresses why office safety is just as much a concern as safety in other work environments. The dangers associated with electrical appliances and cords, equipment with blades, photocopiers and chemicals, as well as ergonomics and safe lifting are also covered.

(DVD FORMAT – 10 Minutes)

Off-The-Job Safety

#989 – FIRE EXTINGUISHERS: YOUR PASS TO SAFETY

When fire breaks out, your workers only have seconds to respond. Every delay can be costly, even fatal. Give your employees accurate and concise annual training on fire extinguisher use. This program explains ways to eliminate the three elements, different fire extinguishers and their uses, classes of fire, the PASS procedure and when to call the fire department.

(DVD FORMAT – 17 Minutes)

Personal Protective Equipment

#453 – HEARING PROTECTION: SOUNDS GOOD TO ME

How humans hear, the PPE equipment that is used to protect the ears, and the effect of noise on the ear are all covered in this enlightening program. Your workers will understand why proper hearing protection is of paramount importance to protect their ears from harmful noise.

(DVD FORMAT – 14 Minutes)

 

#610 – EQUIPADO PARA LA SEGURIDAD (EQUIPPED FOR SAFETY: PERSONAL PROTECTIVE EQUIPMENT

This is the Spanish language version of #609. This program covers the basics of Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) that may be required on the job. The video reviews different types of eye, hearing, respirator, head, hand, foot, fall and special clothing protection. The program provides an explanation of safety glasses with side shields, goggles, face shields and welding helmets. Two categories of hearing (muffs and plugs), respirator (air purifying and atmosphere supplying) and head protection (helmets and bump caps) are discussed. Choosing the correct glove for hand protection and steel toe and metatarsal guards on foot protection is covered. Fall protection devices and special protective clothing as well as maintenance, inspection, replacement, and proper storage of all PPE is emphasized. PPE is designed for one purpose — to protect you!

(VHS FORMAT – 13:42 Minutes)

 

#640 – PATÓGENOS CONTAGIADOS POR SANGRE: PREGUNTAS Y RESPUESTAS

This is the Spanish language version of #639.

(VHS FORMAT – 11 Minutes)

 

#806 – RESPIRATORY PROTECTION: A BREATH OF FRESH AIR

Understanding the details of OSHA standard 1910.134 with this vital training. It provides information on how the use and maintenance of respirators can prevent exposure to airborne hazardous substances.

(DVD FORMAT – 18 Minutes)

 

#823 – PERSONAL PROTECTIVE EQUIPMENT: DON'T START WORK WITHOUT IT

This DVD will teach your employees to wear the right PPE for each job — and use it correctly. It focuses on eye and face protection; hand and foot protection; hearing protection, basic PPE rules and head protection and how they can be used to protect the different parts of the body.

(DVD FORMAT – 13 Minutes)

 

#824 – PERSONAL PROTECTIVE EQUIPMENT: WIN THE RACE TO SAFETY

Bobby Labonte compares the dangers of auto racing with the hazards workers encounter every day on the job. He discusses all aspects of PPE, including safe use and maintenance, total body protection and hazard assessment.

(VHS FORMAT – 19 Minutes)

 

#825 – FALL PROTECTION: THE RIGHT CONNECTION

This videotape is an excellent review of fall protection systems such as lanyards, anchoring, full body harnesses and personal arrest systems. Also covered is the rescue of employees who have fallen. Having a competent individual to assess working conditions for proper fall arrest systems, inspecting fall equipment and proper rescue procedures as well having a written plan is also addressed in this video.

(VHS & DVD FORMAT – 19 Minutes)

 

#933 – RESPIRATOR SAFETY: A SURE FIT

This DVD gives your employees a comprehensive look at the different types of respirators and how each protects against specific hazards. The program also trains employees on respirator selection, care and maintenance; fit-check and fit-testing procedures and employer responsibilities.

(DVD FORMAT – 14 Minutes)

Slips,Trips and Falls

#825 – FALL PROTECTION: THE RIGHT CONNECTION

This videotape is an excellent review of fall protection systems such as lanyards, anchoring, full body harnesses and personal arrest systems. Also covered is the rescue of employees who have fallen. Having a competent individual to assess working conditions for proper fall arrest systems, inspecting fall equipment and proper rescue procedures as well having a written plan is also addressed in this video.

(VHS & DVD FORMAT – 19 Minutes)

 

#862 – SLIPS, TRIPS, AND FALLS: TAKING THE RIGHT STEP

It may be hard to believe that slips, trips and falls are among the leading causes of on-the-job fatalities, but it's true. Emphasize the importance of taking proper caution with the new training program. When workers follow the precautions outlined, they will avoid accidents that can cause serious injury.

(DVD FORMAT – 18 Minutes)

 

#896 – SLIPS, TRIPS, AND FALLS

Slips and falls account for more than 200,000 on-the-job injuries in the U.S. each year. This fast-paced program identifies major slip, trip and fall hazards that may endanger your employees. Topics covered in this program include negotiating slippery surfaces, controlling hazards and avoiding falls.

(VHS & DVD FORMAT – 14 Minutes)

Stress Management

#808 – WORKING WITH STRESS

This DVD describes workplace factors that can create or exacerbate worker stresses and suggests practical measures for reducing job-related stress through changes in work organization.

(DVD FORMAT – 17 Minutes)

 

#937 – DEALING WITH STRESS

Feeling strong and well-rested makes employees happier people — and better workers. This program highlights the stress-producing scenarios that are unique to industrial environments. This DVD reviews industrial/office scenes, physical signs of stress, counteracting stress, diet, exercise, attitude and behavior.

(DVD FORMAT – 16 Minutes)

Supervisor Safety Training

#852 – INCIDENT REPORTING: YOU CAN SAVE A LIFE

It takes only a few words to keep an incident from becoming an accident. This powerful, It's-A-Wonderful-Life program stresses the importance of safety standards, ways to control hazards and the necessity of reporting unsafe work conditions. It's the Zero-Accident Mentality crucial to prevent accidents before they happen.

(DVD FORMAT – 15 Minutes)

 

#853 – ACCIDENT INVESTIGATION: ACCIDENT: WHAT TO DO

This program give you the steps for investigation an accident, surveying and securing the scene. The importance of having an accident investigation plan and who is responsible for the investigation; needs to be notified; controls the scene; talks to the media, etc. Having an investigation kit and what should be included in that kit. Gathering evidence and recommending changes after an accident occurs and following up on those recommendations are all critical to the investigation process.

(DVD FORMAT – 14 Minutes)

 

#890 – SAFETY MEETINGS: GIVE 'EM WHAT THEY WANT

Supervisors, managers and team leaders will learn how to lead, plan and conduct the most effective safety meetings with this training program.

(DVD FORMAT – 15 Minutes)

 

#939 – A SUPERVISOR'S GUIDE TO REASONABLE SUSPICION TESTING

This program explains the concept of "reasonable suspicion." Real-life scenarios faced by supervisors are used in this program, including "refusal to submit to a drug and alcohol test." Also includes information on speech, physical behavior and performance indicators of possible alcohol misuse or drug abuse, as required by 49, CFR 382.603.

(DVD FORMAT – 20 Minutes)

 

#970 – EFFECTIVE SAFETY COMMITTEES

Keeping your employees safe and free of injury should always be a top priority, but it may be overwhelming with the number of safety issues that need to be addressed. Your first response is to form a safety committee. But how do you keep this team on track and effective? This video provides information on how to train the safety committee members so they understand their roles and responsibilities and are able to make valuable contributions.

(DVD FORMAT – 17 Minutes)

 

Warehouse Safety

#830 – WAREHOUSE SAFETY: IT'S NO MYSTERY

Are you and your employees aware of the most common hazards in warehouses and how to correct them? Find out with this program. Topics covered in this program: Personal protective equipment; ergonomic and back safety; driving a forklift safely.

(DVD FORMAT – 22 Minutes)

Welding Safety

#931 – WELDING SAFE WORK WITH HOTWORK

This program provides details on pre-planning, personal safety, work-area safety and equipment safety to prevent hotwork incidents. Some of the topics covered are personal hazards, hazardous fumes and substances, and equipment safety.

(DVD FORMAT – 18 Minutes)

Workplace Violence

#938 – WORKPLACE VIOLENCE: THE CALM BEFORE THE STORM

This DVD will help supervisors and employees identify the warning signs of workplace violence and prevent it. This program reviews characteristics of a potentially violent employee, violence prevention program, stress management and conflict resolution.

(DVD FORMAT – 25 Minutes)