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General Safety

If you didn't see what you were looking for in the other topics, it will probably be here!  From office safety to machine guarding hazards to working around conveyers,  its in our general safety category.  There are many programs in this topic, so you might want to look though them all.


A warehouse worker unaware of potential workplace hazards and put himself in the line of fire
In the Line of Fire!
Product Code: ILF

The line separating safety from danger is sometimes quite small. This hazard recognition program discusses many workplace hazards and outlines general principles that can help employees prevent putting themselves In The Line of Fire!
A warehouse worker unaware of potential workplace hazards and put himself in the line of fire
In the Line of Fire! (Non-Graphic Version)
Product Code: ILFNG

The line separating safety from danger is sometimes quite small. This hazard recognition program discusses many workplace hazards and outlines general principles that can help employees prevent putting themselves In The Line of Fire!
A caution sign for Safety's Top Ten causes of workplace injury that every worker should know
Safety's Top 10 Causes of Workplace Injury
Product Code: STTN

While the top ten lists you see in magazines and on late night talk shows are created to get laughs, the list in this program focuses on a subject that is no laughing matter…causes of workplace injuries.
A manager providing an overview to employees of their workplace safety roles and responsibilities
An Introduction to Workplace Safety
Product Code: IWS

This program provides an overview of the roles and responsibilities of both the company and the employee in regard to safety and how these elements fit together to form a comprehensive safety program.
An office worker with bad judgment and lacking a positive safety attitude leaning back in a chair
Office Injury Prevention
Product Code: OIP

Office workers sometimes forget about their most important workplace responsibility: their safety. This program stresses the importance of office safety and how a good safety attitude and using good judgment are the real keys to injury prevention.
An industrial worker using compressed air in a safe manner to avoid serious injury at work
Compressed Air Safety
Product Code: CAS

This program stresses the importance of working safely with compressed air to prevent injuries. Featured are four workplace incidents that illustrate the fact that compressed air hazards are often not easily recognized, but still can have tragic consequences.
A worker encounters a workplace hazard resulting in a close call near miss incident to be reported
Close Calls and Near Misses
Product Code: CCNM

This program stresses to employees the importance of reporting all close calls and near miss incidents so that proper action can be taken to improve work conditions and prevent injuries.
A worker failing to use proper machine guarding or safety device is injured by a machine at work
Machine Guarding & Operator Safety
Product Code: MGOS

IThis program explains these hazards and discusses how injuries can be avoided through the proper use of machine guarding, safety devices and safe work practices.
Welders working while being aware of the potential hazards of their job to stay safe at work
Creating Safety in Welding Operations
Product Code: WSO

Welders take pride in their work...after all, their welds are visible for all to see. To avoid injury, welders must also take pride in their safety and make sure safety is also visible for all to see.
A worker who did not take responsibility for his own safety injured by a workplace hazard
Making Safety Work: An Overview of Workplace Safety
Product Code: MSW

In just an instant, a workplace injury can transform a productive worker into one who is unable to work. This is why workplace injuries must be prevented and why all employees are needed to make our safety program work.
A re-creation of an accident from the OSHA files which resulted in the injury or death of a worker
High Impact: Safety Awareness
Product Code: SAW

Filled with re-creations of actual accidents from OSHA files, this film has proven to be a highly effective training tool through its scared-straight, graphic nature.
A worker demonstrating how to adjust loose clothing while at work to avoid serious injuries or death
Long Hair and Loose Clothing Safety
Product Code: LHLCS

Moving machinery and other objects in industrial operations can unexpectedly "bite" you much like a creature in the wild.  Many of these injuries are compounded when the victim is pulled into the action of the equipment; resulting in lacerations, amputati
A hand tool in use by a worker who is aware of potential dangers and is behaving in a safe manner
Working Safely with Hand and Power Tools
Product Code: WSHPT

Hand and power tools have become so common in the daily performance of our jobs that we often become complacent about their dangers. Use this program to emphasize the importance of having a good safety attitude and exercising good judgment while using han
A conveyor system which presents many hazards to workers if safe work practices are not followed
Conveyor Safety in the Workplace
Product Code: CSW

Covered in this program are the various hazards posed by conveyor systems and the safe work practices that employees must follow to prevent injuries.
A worker demonstrating safe work practices by following good housekeeping and teamwork procedures
Housekeeping: Teamwork in Industry
Product Code: HTI

This fast-moving program uses several re-creations of situations to demonstrate how housekeeping and teamwork are the keys to working safely and productively.
An employee aware of potential workplace hazards while walking and avoids serious injury or death
Pedestrian Safety
Product Code: PDS

More then 25 million workers suffer some type of injury while walking at work each year. Like other on-the-job injuries, these can be prevented. This program shows the importance of maintaining an awareness of walking hazards.
A re-creation of an actual workplace accident from OSHA files resulting in the injury of a worker
High Impact: Workplace Safety
Product Code: WLPS

Filled with re-creations of actual accidents from OSHA files, this film has proven to be a highly effective training tool through its scared-straight, graphic nature.
A worker demonstrating safe work practices while using an industrial knife to prevent injuries
Knife Safety in the Workplace
Product Code: KSW

This program discusses common industrial knife safety rules and work practices for each cutting task to prevent disabling lacerations, which often require months of intensive therapy for recovery.
A worker distracted on the job by his cell phone creating a dangerous and unsafe work environment
Cell Phones in the Workplace: A Dangerous Distraction
Product Code: CPWD

Our cell phones are powerful tools that make our lives easier by allowing us to have instant access to information and communication. However, when they are used at the wrong time and in the wrong manner, these same devices can get us in trouble at work and cause serious injury.
A warehouse worker demonstrating safe material handling techniques to avoid workplace injuries
Move It Safely: Avoiding Injuries While Moving Materials
Product Code: MVT

This program discusses the techniques, precautions and safe work practices you can follow so that when an object must be moved, you are able to "Move It Safely".
An example of a workplace accident that viewers can learn from to avoid serious injuries
Life & Death: Industrial Safety Attitudes
Product Code: LDISA

As a subdivision of our best-selling "High Impact Series", this program has a very unique approach where it starts on the scene of an accident and works backwards. With the characters and audience playing the part of an accident investigator, they use the clues to solve the mystery of how the incident occurred.
Two workplace dummies illustrating how workplace accidents can happen when safety rules are ignored
The Dummy Series: Industrial Safety
Product Code: DSIS

In this program, our workplace "dummies" show just how easily accidents can happen. This comprehensive orientation program covers sixteen specific training topics essential for new hires.
A machinist properly using a machine guard or safety device to avoid machine guarding hazards
Machine Guarding Hazards
Product Code: MGH

In today's work environments, many machines are used to make our jobs easier, safer and more productive.  Various types of equipment can bend, punch, press and perform countless operations. As useful as these machines are, their movement and operation can create extreme hazards.
A machinist properly using a machine guard or safety device to avoid machine guarding hazards
Machine Guarding Hazards (Non-Graphic Version)
Product Code: MGHNG

In today's work environments, many machines are used to make our jobs easier, safer and more productive. Various types of equipment can bend, punch, press and perform countless operations. As useful as these machines are, their movement and operation can create extreme hazards.
A worker following safe work practices to avoid injury while operating a machine to bend sheet metal
High Impact: Metal Working Safety
Product Code: MTW

Filled with re-creations of actual accidents from OSHA files, this film has proven to be a highly effective training tool through its scared-straight, graphic nature.
A worker following safe work practices to avoid injury while operating a machine to bend sheet metal
High Impact: Metal Working Safety (Non-Graphic Version)
Product Code: MTWNG

Filled with re-creations of actual accidents from OSHA files, this film has proven to be a highly effective training tool through its scared-straight, graphic nature.
An office worker injured by a filing cabinet tipping over because safe work practices were ignored
Office Safety
Product Code: OFS

In today's workplaces, more and more of us now work in offices and with computers.  While there are no jackhammers or forklifts, health and safety is just as important in the office as it is in a manufacturing plant, a construction site or on the road.
A worker using a power tool and following safe work practices to avoid serious injury while at work
High Impact: Power Tool Safety
Product Code: PTS

Filled with re-creations of actual accidents from OSHA files, this film has proven to be a highly effective training tool through its scared-straight, graphic nature.
A re-creation of a workplace accident which injures a worker who ignored safe work practices
High Impact: Staying Alive in Industry
Product Code: SAI

Filled with re-creations of actual accidents from OSHA files, this film has proven to be a highly effective training tool through its scared-straight, graphic nature.
A worker demonstrating safe operating procedures while riding an all-terrain vehicle or ATV
Safe Operation & Use of All-Terrain Vehicles
Product Code: SOATV

ATV's can be useful around the facility, but unsafe operation can lead to serious injury or even death. This program discusses the safe operating procedures that must be followed to avoid injuries while riding an all-terrain vehicle.
Workers in an open trench and a machine on an excavation site where OSHA safety regulations apply
Trenching & Excavation Safety: The Scott May Story
Product Code: TREX

Before you dig, there's a lot you need to know, because the risks, just like the weight of the soil, are too great to take a chance. This type of work is dangerous, with more than 100 workers killed in trench accidents each year.
A welder demonstrating OSHA safety procedures to prevent accidents and injury while welding
High Impact: Welding Safety
Product Code: WDS

Filled with re-creations of actual accidents from OSHA files, this film has proven to be a highly effective training tool through its scared-straight, graphic nature.
A re-creation of an actual workplace accident from OSHA files resulting in the injury of a worker
High Impact: Workplace Safety (Non-Graphic Version)
Product Code: WLPSNG

Filled with re-creations of actual accidents from OSHA files, this film has proven to be a highly effective training tool through its scared-straight, graphic nature.
Examples of stormwater drainage that must follow the Stormwater Pollution Prevention Plan (SWPPP)
Stormwater Pollution Prevention Plan
Product Code: SWPP

Pollution spread by contaminated stormwater is a real problem and providing your employees with an understanding of your facility's  Stormwater Pollution Prevention Plan and the role each person plays in its success is the purpose of this program.
The Piper Alpha oil platform in the North Sea after the spiral to disaster which claimed 167 lives
Spiral to Disaster: Piper Alpha
Product Code: SDPA

This program utilizes a case study of the explosion and fire at the Piper Alpha oil platform in the North Sea which resulted in the loss of 167 lives.
An avoidable forklift accident involving a forklift operator and a pedestrian in a warehouse
Pedestrian - Forklift Safety Lessons for the Safe Pedestrian
Product Code: LPF

Forklifts can be very dangerous for both operators and employees out on the floor. In fact, 20% of all forklift incidents involve pedestrians being struck by a lift truck. In such an incident, it's the pedestrian that will suffer an injury or even death.
A work environment with a high potential for a combustible dust explosion without employee training
Combustible Dust
Product Code: CMBD

If a combustible dust explosion occurs, it often results in severe injuries, burns or deaths.  This program will review the precautions and procedures workers can follow to prevent dust incidents.
Industrial workers demonstrating good housekeeping practices after a chemical spill in the workplace
Good Housekeeping: Everyone's Responsibility
Product Code: GDH

This program reviews basic housekeeping practices that can prevent workplace fires and discusses other hazards that could contribute to employee injuries, but can be controlled by good housekeeping.
Employees responding to a workplace violence or active shooter emergency in the workplace
Active Shooter & Workplace Violence
Product Code: ASWV

The purpose of this program is to familiarize you with basic response practices when encountering workplace violence, practices that will help you to be prepared for and to respond to a violent emergency.
Working Safely with Compressed Gas Cylinders
Product Code: CGC

Compressed gas cylinders present some very specific hazards that can be the source of serious injury. This program reviews the safe work practices that can help workers prevent injuries and property damage when working with or around them.
New Hire Safety Essentials
Product Code: NHSE

All employees should be aware that our workplace contains hazards that can cause injury or death if not controlled or avoided, but new hires might not be fully aware of these hazards.