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Workplace Security Awareness - Concise
10 min, 2012, ERI Safety Videos
Once there was a time when we came to work with no question about our security, but times have changed. Now we arenít sure what dangers or threats we may encounter. The purpose of this video is to increase awareness of workplace security issues and help us to understand what we can do to remain secure on the job.
14 mins, 2009, Marcom
Existing OSHA, SARA Title III, and numerous state regulations call for all facilities to meet a number of Emergency Preparedness/Crisis Management requirements. This program will assist facilities in complying with these regulations and help them prepare for potential emergency situations.
Pandemic Flu: The Facts
10 mins, 2009, Safety Source
The threat of a global influenza epidemic is very real. Now is the time to insure your company is prepared. This program is a great way to raise awareness in your workplace and train your employees on the proper universal precautions they need to take to protect themselves and contain the spread of disease. Ensure that employees will act and react in a calm, confident manner in the event of an outbreak or potential outbreak situations.
The Top Five Things You Need to Know About The Flu
15 mins, 2009, Wumbus
In The Top Five Things You Need To Know About The Flu, viewers will be taken on a tour of the top five most effective ways to avoid the flu during flu season, and beyond. The reality of the flu will be discussed along with the reality of each individual's ability to prevent it. After watching this presentation, employees will have the tools necessary to take more responsibility for their own health and likely prevent the flu from affecting themselves and those around them.
Preventing The Spread Of Contagious Illness
20 mins, 2009, ERI
This new program, which includes information about seasonal flu, avian flu, SARS and MRSA in addition to swine flu, explains the origins and symptoms of these illnesses as well as the general hygiene and prevention measures required to prevent spreading and contracting all contagious illnesses. The video stresses prevention and the personal responsibility required to avoid spreading an illness or infection.
12 mins, 2008, Safety Source
Earthquakes, like tornadoes and hurricanes, hit with little or no warning. Being properly prepared can make all the difference in how you & your workplace are affected. This program teaches you how to prepare for the emergencies, from storing supplies and "Earthquake-Proofing" your environment to training your employees in all emergency & evacuation procedures.
Avian Flu - Get The Facts, Not The Hype!
12 min., 2006, Safety Source
The avian flu has been an increasingly discussed topic among the media and medical associations since the threat of a global epidemic is very real. This video is a great way to raise awareness in your workplace and give your associates the tools they need to act in a calm confident manner in the event of an outbreak or potential outbreak.
Food Security Awareness - First Line of Defense
35 min., 2006, JJ Keller
With this training program, you can have an immediate improvement on plant security with very little time all while helping maximize the effectiveness of your overall security investment. Reinforce the importance of security awareness in all phases of product handling from receiving ingredients to processing and shipping.
Security Awareness: Management Training
22 min., 2005, Safety Source
According to the Department of Homeland Security, hotels are soft targets. Ensure that your property managers respond effectively and appropriately to emergencies with as little disruption to guests as possible. This video is a great way to train management on what threat levels are and what action must be taken to minimize risk regardless of the threat level.
Severe Weather Alert - Are You Prepared?
15 min, 2003, ERI Safety Videos
Severe weather can occur at any place at any time with little or no notice. This practical, realistic video trains workers to be prepared for severe weather and reviews the meanings of severe warnings and watches.
What To Do About Workplace Emergencies
17 min, 2001, Training Network
The excellent video is packed with vital information that your employees must know to ensure safety in a workplace emergency. This program focuses on establishing an Emergency Action Plan and written policies & procedures.
Emergency Evacuation Procedures
9 min, 1999, BBP
A man-made or natural disaster could occur at anytime. The purpose of this video is to explain your company's evacuation procedures and the importance of each employee's role in following them.
Making A Difference - Emergency Medical Response (For Construction)
13 min, 1998, CLMI
This in-depth video covers implementation, performance, and practice of emergency response plans.
Bomb Threat Procedures
19 min, 1997, Training Network
This comprehensive video provides critical information that your employees must know in case of a bomb threat. Train employees on what to look for and how to react to a bomb threat.
Emergencies - Hurricanes, Tornadoes & Floods
16 min, 1996, Training Network
Prepare now for natural disasters! Natural disasters threaten lives and property each year. Prepare now!
14 min, 5 employee handbooks, instructor's guide including UPDATED Administrative Text section (updated 2007), MS. Word software templates for written program, recordkeeping forms, and exercises, written emergency program, 1995, CLMI
Ensures that employees are familiar with essential procedures for maintaining safety, and meets OSHA training requirements.
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