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A team of workers following their training and investigating a reported accident in the workplace 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.
Arc Flash / NFPA 70E
These programs explain the safe electrical work practices required of the latest NFPA regulation while showing arc flash explosions, incident reenactments and FR clothing tests to convince electrical workers of the need to follow these critical safe work practices.
Back Injury Prevention
Over two million people experience back injuries every year on the job.  A person who suffers a back injury may have their life changed forever.  These programs cover proper techniques for lifting objects, importance of good posture and types of spinal injuries.
A worker witnessed a coworker perform an unsafe act and chose to speak up to prevent injury or death Behavioral Based
These programs demonstrate and encourage all employees to "speak up" if they see coworkers working unsafely and how to develop a positive attitude toward safety.  The approaches they take to driving this point home are diverse and quite unique.
Bloodborne Pathogens
Almost all employees in the workplace can be at risk from exposure to Bloodborne Pathogens.  To protect themselves they must be trained to learn specific precautions.  These programs include information on universal precautions, routes of entry, responding to exposure situations to name a few.
Confined Space
Employees must sometimes work in areas which have configurations that don't allow for regular safety precautions. These types of work areas are called confined spaces and learning how to safely work in these spaces is the purpose of these programs.
The construction site can be a very dangerous environment.  There are many safety hazards to deal with including ladders, scaffolding, trenching & shoring, fall prevention and PPE.  These are just a few of the programs available.
The global pandemic caused by COVID-19 has disrupted and changed many aspects of our lives.  The following programs will help explain and address many of the new issues that we are encountering on and off the job.  Solutions and protective measures are provided to promote the health, safety and productivity of workers by preventing the spread of the coronavirus.
A crane or hoist being operated or rigged in a safe manner by using safe work practices Crane Safety
Cranes and lifting devices are powerful, rugged machines that are critical to many industrial and construction operations.  These programs demonstrate safe work practices and precautions for both the crane operator and people who work around cranes.
An avoidable automobile accident where vital choices may have been ignored by the drivers Driving
Driving fatalities are the leading cause of workplace deaths in the United States.  In today's fast-paced society with countless distractions, these programs serve as a valuable tool for training employees that are required to operated company vehicles.  These tips will also be valuable off-the-job.
Electrical Safety
We are all familiar with the great things electricity can do for us, but we also need to know what it is and how it works in order to use it safely.  Whether you are looking to train on the NFPA70E Standard or a basic introduction to working around electricity, there will be a program to fit what your needs. 
Workers attempting to avoid serious injury while operating a variety of elevated work platforms Elevated Work Platforms
Elevated work platforms allow us to perform various tasks at heights that otherwise may be unreachable.  The potential is there for serious injury or death when operated in a careless manner.  Electrocution, falls, crushed body parts and tip-overs are just a few examples.
Examples of the MSDS, PPE, GHS pictograms and hazardous chemical containers to familiarize workers Environmental
Many EPA programs require companies to comply with local and federal environmental laws. These programs help employees identify the hazards in their surroundings; what regulations and requirements apply to their situations; and educate them to safely manage their specific job tasks.
To keep employees safe and injury-free, companies have set up programs to prevent injuries that result from repeated motions, poor posture, and vibrations or forces placed on our bodies while performing various job actions. These injuries are known as musculoskeletal disorders or MSD's.
Eye Safety
Workers in North America suffer more than 1,000 eye injuries each day.  Most disturbing is that 90% of these eye injuries could have been prevented by the use of proper eye protection.  These programs discuss various types of eye protection devices and how they help to prevent injuries.
A worker using a personal fall arrest system properly to keep himself safe in case of a fall Fall Protection
Falls represent one of the greatest hazards to our safety in the workplace.  These programs explain that by not following safety procedures, often employees will suffer painful and sometimes fatal falls.  Ladders, fall arrest systems, aerial lifts are just some of the areas covered.
A worker that received proper training using a fire extinguisher to put out a fire in the workplace Fire & Emergency
The effects of an emergency can be devastating. People can be hurt, some may die. Your facility can suffer serious physical damage, as can surrounding communities.   These programs focus on fire extinguisher use, evacuation plans, spread of contagious diseases to name a few.
A worker crushed in a forklift accident that could have been avoided by following safety training Forklifts / Powered Ind. Trucks
Forklift training and forklift safety essentials for operators, pedestrians and property owners. These forklift safety training videos are effective training resources that provide forklift operators and those working around forklifts with essential knowledge that will lead to a safer work environment. Whether you have completed forklift certification, occasionally drive a forklift, work around forklifts or are interested in the essentials of OSHA forklift training and safety, you will find that these programs explain forklift safety best practices, in easy to understand detail, for all workplace participants.
A worker following safe work practices to avoid injury while operating a machine to bend sheet metal 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.
These programs explain how employees can work safely with chemicals by understanding the key elements of your organization's Hazard Communication program.  Routes of entry, chemical manufacturer labels, NFPA and HMIS labels, MSDS sheets and written communication programs are all discussed.
Hand Safety
Hand, wrist and finger injuries account for 25% of all workplace injuries and put half a million people out of work each year.  Serious hand injuries have traumatic consequences and can affect every aspect of your life.
A worker injured in a preventable lockout / tagout accident caused by ignoring safety training High Impact / Graphic Videos
In this best-selling and popular series, programs feature GRAPHIC reenactments of accidents that occur in the workplace.  All programs in this series will be guaranteed to get your employees attention.  A large range of specific topics are available.
A worker using proper hearing protection and following his facility's hearing conservation program Hearing Conservation
Because hearing loss can be gradual, happening over a long period of time, we often don't recognize it's happening until it's too late. These programs explain how your company's hearing conservation program protects employees from the harmful effects of noise exposure.
Keynote / Safety Speakers
The nation's top safety speakers share in chilling detail their stories and how workplace accidents could and should have been prevented. Typical speaking fees for "live" presentations range from $5,000 up to $12,000 per session.  Share their stories at a fraction of that cost!
Lockout / Tagout
When is Lockout / Tagout required?  These programs will help to answer this along with who is considered an authorized employee, affected employee or other employee.  Types of energy sources, the energy control plan, LOTO devices and situations requiring a LOTO are discussed as well.
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.
The top 10 OSHA violations between October 1, 2008 and September 30, 2009 as reported by the US Dept of Labor, in order are: scaffolding, fall protection (construction), hazard communication, respiratory protection, lockout/tagout, ladders, powered industrial trucks, electrical, fall protection (training requirements).
2021-23 Overview Series
The Overview Series is designed to effectively promote comprehension and retention of the training material with each safety topic presented in an easy to follow outline format.
Are you sick of the excuses?  Employees that fail to use PPE are setting themselves up for an accident that could involve serious injury or death.  These dynamic programs cover all major aspects of workplace PPE.
Whether it's the dog days of summer or a cold winter's night, these Programs will help to keep your employees safe and aware of seasonal hazards.
Short Safety Videos / To The Point Series
Priced at only $249, these short informative safety programs get right "To The Point" about critical workplace safety topics without busting your budget.  Each program is approximately 12 minutes long and all programs have a consistent visual style and instructional method.  The DVD includes both the English and Spanish Versions for the same low price.

A re-enactment of a workplace accident resulting in a worker being injured from a slip, trip or fall Slips, Trips and Falls
The importance of wearing proper footwear, recognizing and controlling slip and trip hazards is essential in preventing fall injuries.  One of the biggest misconceptions is you have to fall 100 feet to be badly injured.  Some of the worst injuries can result from slipping on a step. These programs do a great job in driving the point home.
Examples of the MSDS, PPE, GHS pictograms and hazardous chemical containers to familiarize workers Spanish Sample Video
On-line previews are available in English only.  However, we have most of our titles available in a Spanish Version as well.  The content is the same as the English version, but with a Spanish audio dub-over.  This Sample Spanish title which can be previewed on-line will give you an idea of what to expect. 

A warehouse worker safely operating a reach truck avoiding injury by following safe work practices Warehouse Safety
The fatal injury rate for the warehousing industry is higher than the national average for all industries.  Over 100 warehouse employees are killed and 95,000 are injured in forklift accidents alone.  This is one of many areas of training that warehouse employees should receive.