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Principle to Practice With David Lynn CSP
25 min, 2012, ERI
There are five basic safety principles that must be part of any successful safety program: management commitment, employee involvement, worksite analysis, hazard recognition and employee training. These concepts are also the key components of OSHA's Voluntary Protection Program. In this live presentation, safety professional and motivational speaker David Lynn discusses 15 real-world, successful techniques that can be used to put these five safety principles into practice. Designed as an awareness level program for safety leaders and managers, the program will help viewers change safety attitudes and culture at their organizations.
6 min, 2012, Falck-Alford Productions
Incidents are unplanned, undesired events that adversely affect the completion of a task. Even when there were no injuries or property damage, it is the responsibility of all employees to report all incidents so they may be properly investigated and analyzed. This Safety Short is ideal for pre-shift safety meetings, behavior-based programs, and provides a high-quality visual reference to be used as part of any safety training program.
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.
Depending On You - Child Abuse & Neglect Prevention for Mandated Reporters
33 min, 2011, Safety Source
All states have laws identifying Mandated Reports and require that they report child maltreatment. While what these professions are vary from state to state, they include teachers, health practitioners, childcare customers, clergy, and numerous other professions. Mandated Reporters have a vital responsibility to help protect our children. This training program is directed at all professions responsible for reporting child maltreatment and trains these individuals on their responsibilities under these state laws.
Safety Leadership – A Supervisor’s Responsibility
20 min, 2011, Training Network
A Supervisors commitment to safety can make or break any corporate safety plan, and directly impacts productivity results and costs. This training program is designed to emphasize safety responsibilities for supervisors, underscoring the fact that, while safety managers have overall responsibility for safety, supervisors retain the responsibility for their employees’ safety.
The OSHA Answer Book 11th Edition
This is a Book
by Mark Moran
There are many books written about OSHA but none that cover all this information in just one place. Every employer will want a copy of the new 11th edition, completely re-written, revised and updated with all the latest information. In the past 11 years, this book has sold more than 100,000 copies! The OSHA Answer Book is your one-stop resource designed to provide you with quick answers to complicated issues.
The Hazard Communication Answer Book
This is a book
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by Mark Moran
The Hazard Communication Standard is intended to insure that employers make their employees aware of the chemical hazards to which they may be exposed. Hazcom is one of the most important and one of the most frequently violated OSHA Standards and, with OSHA adopting the Global Harmonization Standard, will only become more confusing. To help companies better understand the Hazcom standard and the changes to be brought about by the Global Harmonization Standard we now offer The Hazard Communication Answer Book.
Cal-OSHA - New Laws on Serious Injuries
10 min, 2011, Safety Source
The new CAL-OSHA law AB 2774, radically affects how Cal-OSHA defines the term Serious Violation, and has far reaching consequences for employers, managers and supervisors. These changes could lead to far more citations, higher penalties, more enforcement actions and serious violations that are much harder to contest, including a provision for jail time for repeat offenders. These revisions put managers and supervisors at personal risk, and it is critical that they understand the new law and how it impacts their responsibilities. This program is designed to explain the new laws and how employers, managers, and supervisors can avoid conditions that may lead to severe penalties.
Job Safety Analysis
12 min, 2011, Falck-Alford Productions
A Job Safety Analysis (JSA) is a structured process that focuses on the relationship between the worker, the task, the tools and the work environment. The JSA process helps workers identify the hazards of the job, and then introduces steps to eliminate or reduce hazards to an acceptable risk level. When a JSA is performed correctly, it can be an effective accident prevention tool that increases workplace safety. This program trains employees on how to correctly perform the entire JSA process and serves as a valuable introduction or refresher to the Job Safety Analysis Process.
18 mins, facilitator_s guide, PowerPoint Presentation, and quiz, 2007, Training Network
When accidents occur in a workplace, managers need to be prepared to investigate each incident properly. This in-depth program trains managers to investigate each incident properly and thoroughly.
Superintendent - Supervisor Safety Responsibilities
23 min, 1996, Training Network
Supervisors, not safety managers, are solely responsible for the health and safety of employees. Your supervisor could be held criminally liable for workplace injuries or deaths.
14 min, 1996, Marcom
Accidents will happen. We have all heard that statement before. Unfortunately, sometimes it is true. In spite of our best efforts, things occasionally do go wrong. While many accidents seem to happen for obvious reasons, there may be things that contribute to an accident which are not always apparent. That is why it is vital to conduct a thorough accident investigation. This program trains employees on the steps that are taken in an accident investigation, and highlight how important it is for employees to fully cooperate with any inquiry. They also point out that while an investigation's focus is to determine the cause of an accident, the overall goal is to prevent similar accidents from happening again.
Effective Safety Committees
12 min, 1995, Training Network
Only half of all safety committees achieve what employees and managers anticipate. Learn the secrets of success with this training video.
Think And Be Safe Playing Cards - 15 Pack Bundle
This is not a DVD
15-pack bundle, Safety Health Publishing
Playing cards with a safety message on each card. Great for safety incentives, discussion starters at safety meetings, breakroom entertainment and sending safety messages home with employees.
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