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Accident Investigation / Hazard Recognition



For an accident investigation to be successful, it must lead to proactive safety improvements and injury prevention. More often than not, there were incidents leading up to the accident that if corrective action were taken, could have prevented it from happening. The overall goal is to prevent similar accidents from happening again.

A team of workers following their training and investigating a reported accident in the workplace
Accident Investigation for Everyone
Product Code: AIFE

Accident investigation is a key component of an effective safety process, but very few investigations achieve their intended purpose.
A manager and workers discussing Job Safety Analysis
Job Safety Analysis, Safety Awareness and You
Product Code: JSA

Detailed in the video is the process of developing a successful job safety analysis, including the sequence of dividing a job into steps, analyzing those steps for hazards and creating control measures for each step.
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 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.
The result of The Tenerife Tragedy when leading indicators or warning signs were not recognized
Leading Indicators: The Tenerife Tragedy with Jeff "Odie" Espenship
Product Code: TENE

In this presentation, fighter pilot and safety speaker Jeff “Odie” Espenship discusses the three leading indicators that led to this tragedy and encourages viewers to slow down, re-plan and refocus when these warnings appear in our workplaces.
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.