Safety Videos

Below is the description of the safety videos we currently have available for your use. Click on a title and complete the "Contact Us" Form to request a video.

  • "1. Accident Investigation In The Workplace" (22 minutes)
    The purpose of an investigation is to find the cause of an accident, prevent future occurrences, not to fix blame. An unbiased approach is necessary to obtain objective findings. This is an excellent video that illustrates an actual accident investigation and the proper techniques used to perform an accident investigation.
  • "2. Accident Reporting And Investigation (C-1)" (14 minutes)
    How can management work to improve on the job safety for you and your co-workers when you do not report accidents? How can hazards be fixed if the people with the authority to fix them do not know they exist? You play a key role in promoting safety in your company. To help you in that role, this video will discuss a 5 point action plan which allows you to react more effectively when an accident occurs.
  • "3. It Only Takes A Second" (3 minutes)
    This video is designed to grab the viewer’s attention and focus their thoughts on safety. The video is an excellent tool to set the stage for discussion on nearly any safety issue.
  • "5. Shortcuts (B-4)" (7 minutes)
    Statistics show that the majority of on the job accidents are caused by human failure in the form of unsafe acts; like taking shortcuts. This video show employees the most common shortcuts taken on the job and explains why they are so dangerous.
  • "6. Star Witness - Accident Reporting" (5 minutes)
    Observing details of an accident and accurately reporting them can save lives. Once the course of an accident is understood, measures can be taken for future prevention’s.
  • "7. Back Belts" (5 minutes)
    Back belts can help reduce lifting-related back injuries, if used correctly. TV reporters go “inside” industry to illustrate proper and improper use of back belts.
  • "8. Back On Track: Back Pain And Injury Prevention Program" (40 minutes)
    Back pain is one of the most common reasons for time lost from work. But for the most part, it is a preventable problem. This program will provide participants with the information needed to take control and keep themselves free from back pain misery. The video demonstrates exercises the employee can do to increase strength and flexibility in the back.
  • "12. Save Your Back Program: Patient Transfer" (40 minutes)
    This program addresses the unique back problems faced by health care providers who regularly deal with patient handling, positioning and transferring. The principles and techniques taught in this program not only reduce the risk of injury to health care providers, but will ensure that the patient is safer and more comfortable as well. This video is organized into 3 parts. An instructor's manual is included.
  • "13. Worker's Enemy Number One" (5 minutes)
    Forty percent of all work related injuries involve the back. This video explains how to avoid back injury through common sense practice.
  • "14. Charging Up On Battery Safety" (5 minutes)
    Automobile batteries present more dangers than most think. Battery hazards and proper safety maintenance procedures are covered.
  • "19. Protection Against Hepatitis B In The Workplace" (5 minutes)
    Hepatitis B is a potentially life threatening bloodborne pathogen that infects a quarter million people every year. Precautions, vaccination, training and counseling for protecting against Hepatitis B in the workplace are discussed.
  • "16. Bloodborne Pathogen Overview" (5 minutes)
    Examine what you need to know about the OSHA standard. Covered are: plans, engineering and work controls, personal protection equipment, universal precautions, vaccinations, training, counseling and record keeping.
  • "17. Preventing Disease Transmission" (19.5 minutes)
    Along with training on your company’s Exposure Control Plan, this video provides excellent training in OSHA’s 29CFR 1910.1030, Bloodborne Pathogens standard. This video contains segments in how infections occur, diseases of greatest concern, and preventing disease transmission. Closed Caption
  • "18. Protection Against Aids In The Workplace" (5 minutes)
    The deadly HIV virus can be passed from a bleeding worker. The ways to safely administer first aid to such victims and the importance of proper accident cleanup are suggested.
  • "20. Confined Space Entry: Out In The Open" (20 minutes)
    This video complies with OSHA 29CFR 1910.146. This program addresses the types of confined spaces and the importance of control measures. Protective equipment and rescue techniques are demonstrated.
  • "21. Once Too Many - Confined Space Entry" (5 minutes)
    When entering a confined space, a few basic safety procedures will ensure a healthy exit. The rules for entering a confined space are outlined.
  • "22. Permit Required Confined Space" (5 minutes)
    More dangerous than the expanse of outer space are the mysterious “Confined Spaces” here on earth. Learn how to “come back alive” from “inner space.” Know the categories and examples of confined spaces, how to be aware of certain atmospheric conditions within a confined space, and what OSHA requires of employers with respect to confined spaces.
  • "23. Working In Confined Spaces (C-4)" (16 minutes)
    The purpose of this video is to help your employees recognize and prepare for the hazards involved in working in confined spaces. This video will also provide your employees with an overview of the possible dangers and some steps for working safely in confined spaces.
  • "25. Egress/Exit Safety" (5 minutes)
    What a way to die. What if your building has emergency exits, but you can’t escape disaster because you can’t exit safely? Obstructions, exit doors, and safe exits are covered.
  • "26. Natural Disaster Preparedness" (5 minutes)
    Fear of a disaster such as a hurricane can be minimized by planning. The viewer is taken into a hurricane - prone plant and is shown how planning pays off.
  • "27. Driving Defensively I" (5 minutes)
    Be aware of dangers in daily driving routines. It is no picnic. Presume the worst. Underestimating the over confidence or carelessness of the other driver, or yourself, can wreck your auto and your life.
  • "28. Driving Defensively II" (5 minutes)
    A continuation of the ways driving defensively helps prevent accidents.
  • "30. Flagging Operations And Procedures" (22 minutes)
    This video was produced by South Carolina Department of Highways and Public Transportation (SCDHPT) to train flagging techniques. This video shows possible hazards that may occur while flagging and how flaggers can prevent possible accidents that may result in serious injury or death.
  • "33. A Welcome Interruption - GFCI" (5 minutes)
    Ground faults are the most common cause of electrical shock. The Ground Fault Circuit Interrupter prevents electrical shock and satisfies regulatory rules concerning protecting employees from ground-fault electrical shock. Learn how it can save you from a “shocking” interruption in your work or your life!
  • "36. Environmental Awareness: Recipe For A Cleaner World" (20 minutes)
    This training program is designed to help employees join their employer’s team aimed at protecting the environment. The program organizes the morass of EPA regulatory programs by covering the basic EPA programs: the clean air act, clean water act, resource conservation and recovery act, comprehensive environmental response, compensation and liability act, emergency planning and community right-to-know act, toxic substances control act and the federal insecticide, fungicide and rodenticide act. The program shows how individual actions in a specific job tie into the big picture. It’s a great team-building tool. It shows how protecting the environment involves everyone, just as it benefits everyone. Closed Caption
  • "37. Hand Tool Safety" (5 minutes)
    This video alerts viewers to the potential hazards of simple hand tools and illustrates how common sense is the best tool of all. Screwdriver, hammer, wrench and ratchet safety are demonstrated.
  • "39. Machine And Equipment Safety (C-2)" (14 minutes)
    This video shows your employees the five most common mechanical hazards they face from any machine with moving parts: rotating parts, sharp edged and pointed parts, in-running nip points, crushing parts, and flying particles. The video shows your employees how they can protect themselves from those hazards.
  • "40. Machine Safety Guards" (5 minutes)
    Machine guards protect the worker from dangerous moving machine parts. See how machine guards work and learn some safety tips to keep in mind when using them.
  • "41. Shock Hazards - Power Tools" (5 minutes)
    Improperly used or maintained power tools can injure or kill. Learn simple ways to prevent electric shock from power tools.
  • "42. Shortcut To Disaster - Part I - Chain Saws" (5 minutes)
    When using chain saws, safety begins by being prepared. Hapless Hal looks at proper clothing and procedures prior to using a chain saw.
  • "43. Shortcut To Disaster - Part II - Chain Saws" (5 minutes)
    Chain saws, when properly used, can be invaluable tools. Hapless Hal demonstrates safe procedures in using a chain saw.
  • "44. Table Saws" (5 minutes)
    A tool is only as safe as the worker who uses it. For that reason, never use a table saw, or any power operated tool, unless you know the hazards of the machine and the safe method of operation.
  • "45. What A Grind" (5 minutes)
    Grinding wheels, used throughout industry, are real work horses. Key points covered include proper setup and grinder usage - with a special test for detecting a damaged wheel.
  • "46. Basic Ergonomics" (5 minutes)
    Ergonomics, the science of matching man to machine, can affect the working conditions of each employee. This video humorously introduces this important concept.
  • "47. Body Mechanics: Preventing Pain And Strain (B-4)" (12 minutes)
    More then ¼ of on the job injuries suffered each year are sprains and strains resulting from improper body movements, with half of these injuries involving the back. This video shows your employees the correct ways to move their bodies while providing them with the means for strengthening their muscles, helping to reduce injuries on and off the job.
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  • "50. Eye Injuries" (5 minutes)
    Injuries to the eye can happen instantly. Graphically depicting such injuries is the method used to encourage proper eye protection.
  • "51. Safety Showers and Eye Washes" (12 minutes)
    Your employees must be able to move fast in an emergency. This video covers:* Accident preparation: MSDS, Hazardous Communication program, shower and eye wash location, * Eye Wash: correct use and treatments,* Safety Shower: correct use and treatment* Housekeeping and equipment testing.
  • "52. Fire Extinguisher Training And Use" (15 minutes)
    Comply with 1910.157 and ensure that your employees understand fire extinguisher classifications and use. This video covers:• Checklist for monthly extinguisher inspections and servicing guidelines,• Extinguisher classifications,• Use: PASS method, tips and safety,• Fire prevention: housekeeping, flammable storage, electrical inspection, fire hazards,• Fire department involvement in emergencies.
  • "55. Heat Can Kill - Heat Stroke" (5 minutes)
    Learn to identify heat stroke symptoms and administer proper first aid treatment.
  • "56. Heat Stress (C-4)" (14 minutes)
    The effects of heat can creep up on you, and before you realize it, you are suffering from health problems that range from minor discomfort to life threatening complications. This video shows your employees what heat stress is, what the symptoms are, how to prevent it, and what to do if it happens to them.
  • "57. Thermal Burns" (5 minutes)
    Approximately two million burn injuries happen a year and 7,000 people die from those injuries. Burn accidents in the workplace can be prevented with an understanding and respect for the hazards. In this program you will learn how to identify the severity of burns, first aid measures for burn victims, and safe work practices to prevent burns.
  • "60. Operating A Forklift Safely" (25 minutes)
    This training program will provide your company with an effective tool generating employee confidence, developing safe work habits and increasing productivity. This program was developed in conjunction with the OSHA standard, 29CFR 1910.178. It contains the information necessary to instruct new employees and to update experienced operators.
  • "61. Commitment To Safety: Safety Orientation (C-1)" (17 minutes)
    One of the most important things you, as a supervisor, can do to promote safety in your department and company is to make sure each of your employees understand the importance of working safely and making the commitment to do so at all times. This video focuses on 10 key areas of safety giving you a chance to kick off or review your safety orientation program.
  • "62. Employee Responsibilities" (5 minutes)
    Safety in the workplace is no accident. Employees can help reduce accidents and injuries by fulfilling specific responsibilities for safety.
  • "63. Improving Employee Safety Performance" (22 minutes)
    This video describes a simple but very effective system for identifying and correcting employee work practices that could lead to injury, illness or environmental harm. It also includes techniques supervisors and team leaders can use to reinforce good employee health and safety performance.
  • "64. Managing Safety And Health" (21 minutes)
    This video explains the principles of effective health, safety and environmental protection management, and stresses the importance of maintaining a planned, consistent prevention effort based on clearly defined objectives. It stresses the importance of providing effective leadership. A manual is also available upon request.
  • "65. On Any Given Day" (5 minutes)
    Accidents can happen at any time, often without warning. General statistics and the benefits of taking safety seriously are presented in this attention grabbing video.
  • "66. Safety Matters – A Video for DSN Agencies" (53 minutes)
    This video along with the accompanying workbook can be a useful tool with which to provide employee orientation. Portions of the tape can also be used to accompany other training on any of the following topics: Backs and Lifting, Slips and Falls, Vehicle Safety, Fire Safety, Accident Reporting, Safety Inspections, Safety in the Community.
  • "67. There’s No Magic To Safety" (5 minutes)
    A successful safety program is a team effort between employee and employer. This video reminds employees that rules, regulations, posters and clever safety presentations alone won’t make for a safer workplace. The employee must get involved for it to work. It doesn’t happen magically.
  • "68. The Safety Mentor" (5 minutes)
    The word mentor refers to a wise advisor or teacher. Learn how safety mentoring works and how it can be used to prevent accidents.
  • "69. Workplace Safety: Everybody’s Business" (23 minutes)
    This program shows you how to prevent accidents and work safely in office and industrial settings. This program briefly covers falls, lifting techniques, materials handling, forklift safety, fire safety, Hazard Communication, and using personal protective equipment.
  • "70. Work Zone Safety (C-2)" (13 minutes)
    This video makes employees aware of the existence of their work zones and teaches them how to identify the parameters of a work zone. Then it offers guidelines they can use to make their work zones safe for themselves and for others.
  • "71. A Foot Closer To Safety" (5 minutes)
    A worker’s feet are two of his most important assets. The necessity of proper foot protection and basic safety shoe types is explained.
  • "72. Preventing Hand Injury: Three Lines of Defense (C-2)" (12 minutes)
    Unfortunately, hand injuries are near the top of the list among disabling industrial accidents. One reason for this type of injury is because people are careless about protecting their hands. This video will raise your employee's awareness level of the hand hazards they face on the job and at home and show them what they can do to protect their most valuable tools.
  • "73. Where Are Your Hands?" (5 minutes)
    Hand injuries account for a major portion of the on-the-job accidents. This video outlines the do’s and don’ts of hand safety.
  • "74. Haz Com: What Is It?" (5 minutes)
    Learn about chemical hazards, preventive measures and OSHA requirements.
  • "75. Haz Com: Labels" (5 minutes)
    Warning labels, warning signs and OSHA requirements are covered.
  • "76. Haz Com: MSDS" (5 minutes)
    An overview of OSHA requirements for material safety data sheets.
  • "77. What’s Wrong With This Picture? Hazard Communication Training" (17 minutes)
    This program complies with OSHA 29CFR 1910.1200. The video explains the importance of reading Material Safety Data Sheets (MSDS) and labels correctly, and stresses the employee’s responsibility to understand and always apply the training. Closed Caption
  • "78. First On The Scene: Hazardous Materials Safety" (28 minutes)
    Hazardous material incidents happen every day. As a first responder, the next hazardous incident could affect you and your community. What happens in the first few minutes of a hazardous incident can determine the outcome of the event. This video will cover some rules the first responder needs to be aware of and follow in the event of a hazardous incident. (A few seconds of the tape, after the 10 minutes mark, is erased. The video is still good and informative.)
  • "79. Judge, Jury and Executioner - H2S Gas" (5 minutes)
    Ignoring potential accidents can be a deadly mistake. The importance of keeping safety in mind and following procedures is portrayed in a company that uses deadly H2S gas.
  • "80. Safe Handling of Compressed Gas Cylinders" (8 minutes)
    Proper handling and storage of gas cylinders ensures safety and efficiency. This video includes safe lifting and moving of cylinders, loading for transport, avoid tampering with external numbers, marks and safety devices and general protection of cylinders.
  • "81. Up In Smoke - Flammable Liquids" (5 minutes)
    When handled improperly, flammable liquids spell disaster. Common mistakes and the proper handling of flammable liquids are demonstrated.
  • "82. Working With Hazardous Materials: 10 Steps To Greater Safety (B-1)" (10 minutes)
    The purpose of this video is to show your employees steps they can take to protect themselves and others from the danger of improper handling of hazardous materials in the workplace.
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  • "83. Heads Up For Safety - Overhead Dangers" (5 minutes)
    Potential dangers often loom above. The importance of keeping an eye out and up for hazards is shown.
  • "84. Every Man Should Know About His Prostate" (10 minutes)
    Most men are not aware of what the prostate is and the fact that Benign Prostatic Hyperplasia (BPH) is common among men over the age of 45. Through this video, your employees can learn what the prostate is, it’s function and the preventative checkups needed to assure problems are corrected early.
  • "85. Protect Your Hearing (B-1)" (10 minutes)
    Hearing loss is cumulative, which means an employee can lose ability to hear gradually until he or she develops a serious hearing disability. This video shows why your employees must be aware of the potential damage noise exposure can cause and how easy it is to protect their hearing.
  • "86. The Hearing Video" (17 minutes)
    Who’s affected by hazardous noise? How do you choose the right hearing protection? What’s the deal with the annual hearing test? These questions and more are answered this video. Produced in the style of a TV science show, the video uses vintage films, computer animation, and noise-defying stunts to demonstrate how your ears work, and the effects of hazardous noise on your hearing. It also demonstrates the proper use and maintenance of hearing protection, and shows what a hearing test is.
  • "87. Housekeeping: It Ain’t Like The Movies" (15 minutes)
    Did you know that falls are the cause of 10% of on the job deaths? Most of these deaths are due to poor housekeeping that could have been prevented. This video reviews the importance of good housekeeping and what to look for in your facility. Closed Caption
  • "89. OSHA Inspection: Overcoming The Fear" (20 minutes)
    This is an excellent video that takes you through an actual OSHA inspection. By doing so, it will increase your knowledge of OSHA inspections and prepare your company in advance of an inspection. At the same time it will take away some of the myths of an OSHA inspection.
  • "90. 3 Steps To Safety" (5 minutes)
    A Job Hazard Analysis asks that workers and employers Define, Analyze and Prevent potential safety hazards before they occur. How to use this concept everyday is explained.
  • "91. Lab Safety I - Chemical Hazards" (5 minutes)
    Laboratory workers are routinely exposed to hazardous chemicals. Safe work practices help keep exposures below limits and protect workers from health hazards.
  • "92. Lab Safety II - Potential Hazards" (5 minutes)
    Laboratory workers may be exposed to injury from fire, explosion, or corrosive agents. Safe work practices help reduce potential hazards, as well as secondary effects from toxic exposure.
  • "93. Ladder Safety" (5 minutes)
    Incorrectly used, a ladder can be one of the most dangerous tools in the workplace. This video offers a few guidelines on safe ladder use.
  • "94. Seven Steps To Ladder Safety (B-1)" (13 minutes)
    A ladder is one of the most commonly used and abused pieces of hardware in the workplace. This video gives your employees seven important safety rules to consider whenever they use a ladder, either on or off the job.
  • "95. Office Safety - Personal Workspace" (5 minutes)
    Clutter is the workplace often creates more than an eyesore - it can get in the way of safety. Stacks of paper, boxes, trash, and other items that collect throughout the work area can be fire hazards and can even block safe exits. The importance of an orderly workplace and its role in keeping hazards to a minimum are explained.
  • "96. Risky Business: Office Safety Program" (20 minutes)
    An excellent, humorous office safety program that recognizes many office hazards that may cause injury. The characters in this program are very humorous, but the hazards they encounter are very real.
  • "97. Groundskeeping: Be A Pro" (17 minutes)
    This video is based on a theme of “safe or sorry.” The program was written and produced for outdoor facilities maintenance folks and groundskeepers. The target audience is large industrial facilities, universities, government facilities, hospitals and school districts. The program stresses taking good care of yourself, knowing your equipment, safe fueling, mowing on slopes, hazards of pesticides, and personal protective equipment. Closed Caption
  • "98. Outdoor Safety - Critters and Plants" (5 minutes)
    The beauty and tranquillity of the outdoor world may be dangerously deceptive to the unwary and uniformed. Two surveyors learn valuable lessons in outdoor safety.
  • "99. Pesticide Primer" (5 minutes)
    Pesticides are made to kill. Whether they kill a pest or a person depends on the dose. Learn what you can do to reduce your exposure to pesticides and their possible effects.
  • "101. Personal Protective Equipment: You’re Covered" (17 minutes)
    Wearing the appropriate personal protective equipment (PPE) will help protect you while on the job. PPE is designed to protect you from hazards that cannot practically be removed from the work environment. In order for PPE to protect you it must be used properly. This program will supplement your in-house program by showing types of PPE available.
  • "103. Respiratory Safety: The Breath Of Life (C-4)" (16 minutes)
    Dust, fumes, mists, gases and vapors are present in most workplaces to me degree, resulting in potential respiratory hazards in certain areas. The purpose of this video is to increase your employees’ awareness of potential respiratory hazards in their workplace and to show them what they can do to protect themselves and others from harm.
  • "104. To Hear The Birds Sing - Respirators" (5 minutes)
    When toxic gases or fumes are present in the workplace, respirators are a requirement, not an option. Usage and maintenance are discussed.
  • "105. 3M Respiratory Training: Universal" (36 minutes)
    The objective of personal respiratory protection is to reduce worker exposure to dust, fumes, mists, gases and vapor contaminants from potentially hazardous levels and levels considered safe. No one respirator is effective against all contaminants. To train you on how to obtain proper fit, 3M has developed an entire series of short presentations, each of which details the correct fitting procedures for specific type of respirators. This video also contains a 5 minute presentation on fit testing.
  • "106. 4 Elements Of Respiratory Protection" (11 minutes)
    Today there is more awareness about respiratory hazards in the workplace than ever before and more is known on how to deal with those hazards effectively. This video talks about 4 essential elements for better understanding of respiratory protection. These 4 elements are: airborne contaminants, identifying workplace hazards, selecting proper respirators and training on respirator use.
  • "107. Scaffolds: Part 1 - General Requirements" (5 minutes)
    Scaffolds are used in construction for both interior and exterior work, and accidents occur frequently. While fall hazards account for a high percentage of injuries and fatalities, additional hazards include structural instability and overloading. These hazards can be minimized or controlled by proper design and construction of scaffolds.
  • "108. Scaffolds: Part 2 - Safe Work Practices" (5 minutes)
    Scaffold accidents happen frequently. While fall hazards account for a high percentage of injuries and fatalities experienced by scaffold workers, additional hazards include structural instability, overloading, falling objects, and electrocution. Before performing work on scaffolds, make sure you are familiar with the hazards and understand procedures for dealing with those hazards, including fall protection systems and falling object protection systems being used.
  • "110. Slippin' and Trippin'" (5 minutes)
    Injuries from slips and falls are the second highest workers compensation claims in the United States. This video shows workers a few simple housekeeping techniques to help reduce these hazards in the shop.
  • "111. Safe Stacking And Storage (B-4)" (12 minutes)
    By knowing correct methods for stacking and storage, employees will be able to recognize hazards and bring them to someone’s attention before they cause injury or damage. This video provides practical information employees will need to make your company safe for everyone.
  • "112. Safety And Substance Abuse (C-1)" (11 minutes)
    When people work under the influence of drugs or alcohol, their minds and bodies can’t function properly. Their reaction time is impaired, and that means they become safety hazards. The purpose of this video is to make employees aware of this danger and to show them what to do if they discover a co-worker is using drugs or alcohol on the job.
  • "113. Who’s The Boss - Drug Abuse" (5 minutes)
    In a work environment where safety and profit depend on clear thinking, drug use can not be tolerated. The adverse effects of drug use, the winners and losers of drug trade, are shown.
  • "114. Trenching Safety I" (5 minutes)
    Trenching cave-ins are deadly! Basic guidelines to ensure a safe trenching job are shown.
  • "115. Welding and Cutting Safety I" (5 minutes)
    Since the Iron Age, humankind has used intense heat to shape metals into the tools we need to live. It reshaped our world, but the power needed to fuse metals can destroy as well as create. Learn how to control the power used in welding and cutting, while complying with regulations.
  • "116. Welding and Cutting Safety II" (5 minutes)
    Today, manipulating metal through welding and cutting is still filled with challenges and hazards. Rules and regulations welders need to eliminate fire hazards are shown.
  • "117. Taking Control: The Workers’ Compensation Return To Work Connection" (27 minutes)
    The workers’ compensation costs in the Unites States have tripled over the last 10 years. Approximately $62 billion was spent on workers’ compensation in 1991 alone. This video is designed to provide practical, reasonable approaches to reducing workers’ compensation costs through managing injuries. The video is appropriate for front line supervisors, managers, HR professionals, Safety/Risk managers and Claims administrators.
  • "119. Workers’ Compensation: Cost Control Common Sense" (15 minutes)
    This video explains what workers’ compensation is and the importance of protecting the injured worker. It also helps managers and supervisors minimize the cost of injuries resulting from workers’ compensation disability costs.
  • "120. Workers’ Compensation: It’s All How You View It" (13 minutes)
    A Program For Managers A video training program designed to make managers aware of the role they play in workers’ compensation programs. This program reviews the potential cost of a common worker’s compensation claim, explains the manager’s three critical tasks that directly impact workers’ compensation costs and discusses a six-point system for managing and minimizing workers’ compensation costs.
  • "121. Workers’ Compensation: You Make It All Come Together" (10 minutes)
    A Program For Supervisors A video training program designed to make supervisors or team leaders aware of the role they play in the workers’ compensation program. This program covers the purpose and basic features of a workers’ compensation program and explains the five key roles that supervisors or team leaders may play. These roles include supervisor or team leader, investigator, first aid provider, reporter and referee.
  • "122. Workers’ Compensation: It Works For Me" (9 minutes)
    A Program For Employees A video training program designed to make employees aware of the general provisions of workers’ compensation. This program covers the purpose and basic features of a workers’ compensation program, and explains how workers’ compensation works when employees suffer an injury or occupational illness. Closed Caption
  • "123. Workplace Violence: Dealing With A National Epidemic" (28 minutes)
    This program is designed to provide real-world solutions to the problem of workplace violence. A panel of experts discuss risk-assessment teams, what each individual can do to reduce the chances of violence happening where they work, and how environmental design can reduce violence in the workplace. Closed Caption
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