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Maintenance & Operations

Maintenance workers maintain all aspects of operations and equipment.  These programs target all the common areas that these "masters of the machinery" may be involved in on a daily basis, from climbing ladders to confined spaces to locking down a machine.

An industrial worker using a personal fall arrest system to illustrate the proper safety procedure
Surviving the Fall: Your Personal Fall Arrest System
Product Code: FSF

Falling just a short distance can generate huge forces and cause injury, even if you don't hit the ground. The proper use of fall protection equipment reduces these forces and prevents injuries.
Workers attempting to avoid serious injury while operating a variety of elevated work platforms
Elevated Work Platform Safety
Product Code: EVWP

While there are many different styles of lifts designed for various applications and site conditions, they all have one thing in common: the potential for serious injury or death when operated in a careless manner.
A worker using a personal fall arrest system properly to keep himself safe in case of a fall
Fall Arrest Systems
Product Code: FAS

Whether you use a personal fall arrest system every day or only once in your life, this is for certain: the system won't do any good unless it is used properly.
A worker using proper safety precautions and following safe work practices while using a ladder
Ladder Safety: A Practical Approach
Product Code: LS

This program discusses the basic precautions that will keep employees safe when using ladders. Viewers will also see the consequences of failing to follow these safe work practices.
Maintenance workers using safe work procedures to reduce the chance of getting injured while at work
Maintaining Your Safety
Product Code: MYS

In this program, maintenance workers learn how to overcome pressure and re-double their efforts to always follow safe work procedures. Also featured are reenactments of common maintenance incidents, testimonials and examples of safe work practices.
Maintenance workers using safe work procedures to reduce the chance of getting injured while at work
Maintaining Your Safety (Non-Graphic Version)
Product Code: MYSNG

In this program, maintenance workers learn how to overcome pressure and re-double their efforts to always follow safe work procedures. Also featured are reenactments of common maintenance incidents, testimonials and examples of safe work practices.
A maintenance worker avoiding injury by following his safety training and best work practices
High Impact: Maintenance Safety
Product Code: MTS

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 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 safety trainer explaining how to select, inspect, transport, set up and work on ladders safely
Ladder Safety
Product Code: LADD

A tragic fact is that every year 300 people are killed and 165,000 injured while using ladders. That’s about 1 death and 500 people injured per day and recent studies show those numbers are rising.
Sparks from a welder that could result in a fire like many hot work operations if not done safely
Preventing Fires During Hot Work Operations
Product Code: HWO

Welding, grinding, cutting, open flame and other spark producing tools and operations are all capable of starting dangerous fires in our workplaces. This program discusses the safe work practices that should be taken to prevent such incidents and reviews the responsibilities of those workers involved in hot work tasks.
A qualified electrical worker wearing the proper PPE and utilizing safe electrical work practices
Electrical Safety for Qualified Workers
Product Code: EQW

The purpose of this program is to explain the safety precautions a qualified electrical worker must always take to avoid needless tragedies while performing any type of electrical work.
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 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.
Operating Aerial Work Platforms Safely
Product Code: OPAW

Aerial work platforms are essential tools used to safely elevate personnel.  This program discusses some of the common hazards as well as safe work practices and operating techniques associated with aerial work platforms.
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.
Walking and Working Surfaces: Comprehensive Training
Product Code: WLK

This program discusses the requirements addressed in the recently-updated OSHA Regulation 29 CFR 1910 Subpart D, titled “Walking and Working Surfaces", so that viewers can make sure the surfaces on which they work or travel are safe and secure.
Walking and Working Surfaces
Product Code: WAWS

This program discusses the three most common topics addressed in the recently-updated OSHA Regulation 29 CFR 1910 Subpart D, titled “Walking and Working Surfaces", so that viewers can make sure the surfaces on which they work or travel are safe and secure.