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Hazard Communication in the Hospitality Industry
20 min, 2013, Marcom
This video introduces employees to the Hazard Communication regulations and provides training on the various groups of chemicals found in the hospitality environment. Created specifically to assist hospitality facilities of all types in complying with federal, state and municipal Hazard Communication regulations, the course addresses the major education and training requirements in these chemical hazard laws.
Globally Harmonized System for Hazard Communications - Hospitality
16 min, 2012, Safety Source
This program, focused on the hospitality industry, fully explains the changes to OSHA’s Hazard Communication Standard brought about by its’ adoption of the Globally Harmonized System, or GHS. The video covers in detail the key points of the change, replacement of the MSDS with the Safety Data Sheet, the hazard classification system, new pictograms, and the updated labeling requirements. Use this program to train both your employees and supervisors on the elements of the new system.
Valet Safety Essentials
14 min, 2012, Safety Source
As a valet parking professional, safety is extremely important as the hazards you could face are many. Vehicle traffic, sometimes in close quarters, other drivers not paying attention, weather, handling baggage, and parking in tight spaces are just a few of these. Equally important is customer service and courtesies extended to your guest. This program is an excellent training tool for new associates and can also be used as refresher training for experienced personnel.
Breakthrough Safety Leadership for Hospitality
12 min, 2011, Safety Source
Your property’s safety systems are in place. They’re solid. They work - if they’re implemented properly. Breakthrough Safety Leadership trains your employees to focus on the behaviors that lead to a safe environment, and to not focus solely on the end result which could be “Zero Accidents” or some other accident reduction goal. This program takes you on a step by step, detailed journey through the entire Breakthrough Leadership process and trains employees and Management how to focus on executing existing programs properly and influencing behaviors to achieve your company’s safety goals.
Universal Housekeeping Safety Training for the Hospitality Industry
22 min., 2006, Safety Source
Safe housekeeping is key to performance in the hospitality industry. This fantastic and easy-to-understand video highlights common hazards, and teaches housekeepers how to recognize them and take the steps necessary to minimize or eliminate risk.
Norovirus: Facts & Prevention
17 min., 2005, Safety Source
Did you know as many as half of all food related outbreaks of illness may be caused by the norovirus? This program teaches employees the basics about prevention and what this common virus can do to the public.
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.
Preventing Slips & Falls (Hospitality)
9 min., 2005, Safety Source
Slips and falls can happen to almost anyone and anywhere on your property. This video takes a look at several different scenarios and examines steps that can be taken to prevent future injuries.
Hazard Communication (Hospitality Industry)
10 min., 1998, Safety Source
Detailed information is provided for material safety data sheets and labeling, as well as in-depth coverage of hazard communications.
Lock-out/Tag-out (Hospitality Industry)
10 min., 2004, Safety Source
Lock Out/Tag Out procedures may be necessary for many pieces of equipment in your facility during maintenance or repair. This video will ensure that all of your employees are aware of when this critical compliance issue applies to them.
Bloodborne Pathogens - Infection Control (Hospitality Industry)
10 min., 2004, Safety Source
Increases employees awareness on exactly what bloodborne pathogens are, their potential effects on employee health, and how to reduce exposure to BBP, HIV, and HBV.
Basic Principles For Restroom Cleanup
20 min., 2001, Video Communications
Acquaints maintenance staff with the latest techniques in cleaning & maintenance for restrooms.
Hotel Housekeeping Safety
12 min., 1996 LIP
Encourages housekeeping staff to protect guests and themselves.
Maintenance Person Safety
13 min, 1996, Training Network
Ensure maintenance workers make a conscientious effort to work and act safely on the job.
12 min., 1994, Safety Source
This program provides laundry workers with an overview of their safety responsibilities and outlines techniques designed to minimize potential risks. It also addresses machine guarding, safe lifting, heat-related concerns, and others.
12 min, 1994, CLMI
This housekeeping program is designed to provide a step-by-step approach to developing a housekeeping program for your company. This program will help you train employees to understand the importance of housekeeping and to implement methods to help keep the workplace clean and safe.
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