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Jacy Good discussing the potential hazards of driving while texting or talking on a cell phone
Hang Up and Drive: The Jacy Good Story
Product Code: HUD

Jacy and Steve discuss the dangers of multi-tasking, texting and other unsafe acts while driving, and also remind viewers of the steps we all should take to prevent the temptation to use our cell phones when behind the wheel.
Employees following proper procedure while evacuating a building because of an emergency situation
Emergency Preparedness & Response
Product Code: EPR

Knowing the proper procedures to follow during an emergency could mean the difference between life and death. The purpose of this program is to familiarize viewers with basic emergency response practices that will help them be prepared for and respond to a crisis or an emergency.
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.
An industrial crane being operated in a safe manner to avoid potential workplace hazards
Safe Use & Operation of Industrial Cranes
Product Code: UOIC

Due to the serious hazards presented by crane operation, crane operators must be fully qualified and 100 percent committed to the safe operation of their crane.
A worker using proper bloodborne pathogens safety precautions compliant with OSHA regulations
Bloodborne Pathogens Training Video
Product Code: BPTE

Many workers make the mistake of thinking that only healthcare providers are at risk from exposure to bloodborne pathogens.
Safety Bob's Comprehensive Construction Safety Orientation
Product Code: SBCC

Construction work is very dangerous, as nearly 1,000 workers are killed and thousands of others are injured on construction job sites each year. Construction Safety Specialist Bob Synnett discusses the hazards of construction work.
A worker that received proper training using a fire extinguisher to put out a fire in the workplace
Fire Extinguisher Basic Training
Product Code: FEBT

This program will provide viewers with the basic information they need to react safely in a potentially dangerous situation involving a fire.
An industrial worker following the OSHA Respiratory Protection Standard and safety training
Breathe Safely: The Proper Use of Respiratory Protection
Product Code: PURP

The purpose of this program is to provide employees with an understanding of the respiratory hazards they may encounter in their work areas and how to use the proper respiratory protection to prevent exposures to such hazards.
A trainer explaining the proper treatment, storage and disposal of hazardous waste according to RCRA
Resource Conservation Recovery Act - RCRA
Product Code: RCRA

Paying close attention to hazardous waste regulations and staying in compliance not only avoids fines and penalties in the short run, but more importantly, it protects jobs, benefits the company and protects our environment and community in the long run.
A discussion of the contributing factors of injuries following the return of an employee to work
Back to Work - Back to Safety
Product Code: BWBS

This is a "must see" program for employees returning to work after spending some time away whether due to the holidays, summer vacation, or other absence.
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.
Silica Employee Training
Product Code: SLCA

While silica has many valuable uses, it can also present a danger when workers are exposed to excessive amounts of crystalline silica dust.  In fact, each year there are hundreds of deaths and thousands of illnesses attributed to harmful exposures to silica dust.
A worker suffering the life-threatening effects of a heat related illness or heat stress
Understanding & Preventing Heat - Related Illnesses
Product Code: UPHR

As the temperature rises this summer and we continue to perform our regular job duties, the potential for heat-related illnesses increases dramatically. Your employees must be vigilant in their efforts to prevent them.
Hazard Communication, the GHS & You
Product Code: HCGY

This program features four real-life scenarios that underscore the importance of being able to quickly obtain health, safety and hazard information related to hazardous chemicals and substances in the workplace.
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.
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.
What's Wrong with This Picture? GHS & HAZCOM
Product Code: WWP

There are an estimated 880,000 hazardous chemicals used in the workplace. Hundreds of new ones are introduced every year. This tremendous volume places over 40 million workers in situations of potential exposure to one or more chemical hazards.
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.
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.
Safety Leadership: An Essential Safety Element
Product Code: LSHP

In this program, we will see how good Safety Leadership helps everyone make better safety decisions, while also illustrating how poor Safety Leadership can quickly undermine the entire safety process.
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.
A safety trainer discussing forklift operator safety and avoiding injury while operating a forklift
Forklift Operator Safety
Product Code: FOPS

In an effort to avoid an incident and potential injury, this forklift safety training program provides viewers with the basic information they need to know regarding the three areas of forklift safety: how a forklift operates; how to safely lift, carry and place a load; following the rules of the road.
An example of potential hazards while working in confined spaces and not following safety training
Survive Inside: Employee Safety in Confined Spaces
Product Code: SIC

Confined spaces can be dangerous, but they don't have to be. No matter what role employees play in their organization's confined space entry program, they must understand their responsibilities and have the knowledge and skills to perform them properly.
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 presenter explaining an example of an eye injury caused by not following eye safety training
Protecting Our Sight
Product Code: POS

This program discusses the protective devices and precautions we can utilize to prevent eye injuries while stressing the importance of assessing the hazards of each job task and avoiding common pitfalls that often lead to these incidents.
A worker following safe work practices while using a box cutter or utility knife to avoid injury
Box Cutter / Utility Knife Safety
Product Code: BCUK

This attention-grabbing program begins with a series of accidents caused by the unsafe use of utility knives.
2018 NFPA 70E: Safe Electrical Work Practices
Product Code: NFPA18

This program explains the important changes and updates contained in the 2018 NFPA 70E Standard and discusses how electrical workers can be protected from both the shock and arc-flash hazards presented by exposed energized parts.
An industrial worker following the OSHA Respiratory Protection Standard and safety training
The Respiratory Protection Program: Employee Version
Product Code: RPPE

Exposure to hazardous chemicals in the form of dusts, fumes, mists and gases may cause lung damage, cancer and other serious ailments to vital organs and the central nervous system. This program shows employees how this plan works to protect them from res
A construction worker preparing for safety training orientation presented by Safety Bob Synnett
Safety Bob's Construction Safety Orientation
Product Code: COS

With over 25 years of experience as a construction safety professional, Bob Synnett is dedicated to teaching new and inexperienced workers how to stay safe on the job.
An example of a worker who does not understand how to prevent slips trips and falls in the workplace
Fall Factors: Understanding & Preventing Slips, Trips and Falls
Product Code: FFUP

Slips, trips and falls result in more than 15 million workplace injuries each year and are the third leading cause of disability among employees. In addition, injuries related to falls are the second leading cause of on-the-job fatalities. The good news is that these accidents can be prevented.
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 worker with a bloody hand injury that could have been prevented with proper safety training
High Impact: Hand Safety
Product Code: HS

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 person attempting to walk safely on ice during winter conditions to avoid injury and stay safe
Winter Walking: Staying On Your Feet
Product Code: WWSF

By its very nature, winter walking is a seasonal safety issue and limited to several months. Yet thousands of serious injuries happen every winter. The personal and financial impacts of a wintertime injury can last throughout the year for the individual and for the employer.
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.
A worker controlling hazardous energy by following his lockout / tagout or LOTO safety training
Lockout / Tagout Training for Employees
Product Code: LTTE

Understanding how to properly control hazardous energy is one of the keys to workplace safety. This program reviews the procedures used to control this energy, commonly known as lockout/tagout.
A preventable workplace accident that injured a worker when his coworker chose to look the other way
I Chose To Look The Other Way: Three Stories of Workplace Safety
Product Code: DONM

This is the 2nd installment of our best-selling, behavioral-based program which brings Don Merrell's popular "I Chose To Look the Other Way" safety poem to life.
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 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.
Several workers with hand injuries discussing their workplace accidents and what they learned
Lessons Learned from Hand Injuries
Product Code: LLHI

Viewers will see the traumatic consequences of becoming distracted, using improper gloves, wearing jewelry around moving machinery, failing to pay attention to our work and attempting job tasks we aren’t qualified to perform.
An unsafe driver operating a vehicle while being distracted by paperwork and not paying attention
Distracted Driving: At What Cost?
Product Code: DDWCNH

Most drivers are unaware of how often they are distracted from the most important task at hand - driving the vehicle safely. This program is designed to raise a driver's awareness of the potentially tragic consequences of driving while distracted.
A worker crushed in a forklift accident that could have been avoided by following safety training
More High Impact: Forklift Safety
Product Code: MSAF

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 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 worker following his company's hearing conservation program and wearing proper hearing protection
Hearing Conservation & You
Product Code: HRGC

Follow along as Steve, Jerry and a group of co-workers receive their annual training on hearing conservation. Jerry and the others understand and follow their training, while Steve does not.
An example of how a file cabinet in an office is fuel for a fire which is one contributing factor
Fire Safety for Office Workers
Product Code: FSOF

While office workers often don't think much about the potential for fire while performing their jobs, there are more than 1,000 fires in office environments each year.
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.
A worker witnessed a coworker perform an unsafe act and chose to speak up to prevent injury or death
I Chose To Look The Other Way
Product Code: CLOW

Our best-selling program of all time! Based on the popular safety poem of the same name by Don Merrell, this powerful program shows how "speaking up" about unsafe acts can save lives and help to develop a positive safety culture.  Click Here for another version of this Top Seller!
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.
A warehouse worker safely operating an electric pallet jack to avoid injury in the workplace
Operating Electric Pallet Jacks Safely
Product Code: OEPJ

This program discusses how to safely operate electric-powered pallet jacks so operators can deliver their loads while avoiding injury and property damage.
A worker injured by an ergonomic hazard found in the workplace that could have been prevented
Understanding & Controlling Ergonomic Risk Factors
Product Code: UCER

Ergonomic controls are used in almost all workplaces to prevent Musculoskeletal Disorders (MSDs).  Ergonomics can be complicated, but this program provides a simple explanation all employees can understand.
A worker that suffered an eye injury because he was not wearing the proper eye protection
That's Why You Wear Eye Protection
Product Code: EPS

Workers in North America suffer more than 1,000 eye injuries each day. Perhaps the most disturbing aspect of this statistic is that 90% of these injuries could be prevented by the use of proper eye protection.
Electrical equipment workers may encounter where basic electrical safety training may be required
Electrical Safety for Everyone
Product Code: ESEV

This program provides viewers with a general understanding of how electricity works while showing them the actions they can take to prevent becoming part of an energized electrical circuit.
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 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.
One of the 1000 eye injuries that occur every day because they were not trained on eye safety
High Impact: Eye Safety
Product Code: ES

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.