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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.

2023 Overview Series: Office Fire Prevention and Response
Product Code: OVFPR

This program discusses ways to prevent fires in the office, how to respond to an emergency, participating in fire drills, and the use of fire extinguishers.
CAL / OSHA: Fire Prevention & Response
Product Code: COFP

This program provides an overview of best fire safety practices recommended by California OSHA and explains how preventing and responding to fires appropriately can reduce the risk of property damage, injuries and fatalities.
CAL / OSHA: Fire Extinguishers
Product Code: COFE

This program provides an overview of the proper use of fire extinguishers by employees. It also explains how and when to use a fire extinguisher and makes clear when you should not use a fire extinguisher.
Employees taking the appropriate precautions to prevent the spread of COVID19 coronavirus at work
Protecting Yourself Against COVID-19: The New Coronavirus
Product Code: COVID19

Your health and wellness, as well as the health and wellness of your co-workers, friends and loved ones, depends on your ability to control the spread of COVID-19 and other strains of corona and influenza viruses. This program discusses the simple and practical measures we all can take to help prevent contagious illnesses from spreading in our homes, workplaces and communities.
COVID-19: Staying Safe at Work for Employees
Product Code: CVDW

This is a comprehensive safety guide for your employees so they can avoid infection as they return to work amidst the pandemic. This program explains the control measures found in a typical workplace infection control plan and explains how those measures are put into practice to prevent the spread of COVID-19 at work.
Employees taking the appropriate precautions to prevent the spread of COVID19 coronavirus at work
COVID-19: Staying Safe at Work for Employers
Product Code: CVDS

This program explains the control measures found in a typical workplace infection control plan and how those measures are put into practice to prevent the spread of COVID-19 at work. In addition to explaining the virus's symptoms and its modes of transmission, this video discusses what your responsibilities as an employer, manager or supervisor are.
Employees taking the appropriate precautions to prevent the spread of contagious illnesses at work
Preventing the Spread of Contagious Illness
Product Code: PSCI

This program includes information about H1N1 (Swine Flu), Avian Flu, SARS (a respiratory illness caused by a coronavirus), and MRSA in addition to seasonal flu. The origins and symptoms of these illnesses are discussed as well as the general hygiene and prevention measures required to prevent the spread of these illnesses throughout your organization.
Workers staying safe while working at home
Remote Worker: Safety, Health and Security
Product Code: RWRK

There are many benefits of remote work for both the employee and employer; however, it is important that all parties understand their responsibilities related to the safety and health of remote workers as well as the cyber security of their operations. This program explains those responsibilities as well as OSHA regulatory requirements regarding remote work and employer policies. 

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.
A workplace fire in an industrial setting that could have been prevented with safe work practices
Fire Safety for Industrial Workers
Product Code: FSIN

Due to the hazardous and flammable materials often used or stored at industrial facilities, fires at these locations can have disastrous consequences.
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.
A worker making the correct fire extinguisher decisions and putting out a fire in the workplace
Fire Extinguishers: How & When
Product Code: FEHW

In order to use a portable fire extinguisher to put out the fire, employees must determine: the type of material burning and class of fire present, if they know how to use the appropriate fire extinguisher and if the fire is in its beginning stages.
An example of a dangerous workplace fire that was preventable involving some chemical barrels
Fire Prevention Safety
Product Code: FPS

To save their lives and the lives of their co-workers; employees must know the proper procedures for preventing fires, in addition to the correct response actions to take in the event of a fire.
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 group of workers discussing their plan of action if an emergency evacuation is ever required
Emergency Evacuation
Product Code: EMEV

No matter what the emergency, from a burning building to a natural disaster; commitment for the safety and health of every employee should be the highest priority.
Severe Weather Safety: Prepare, Survive & Recover
Product Code: SWS

Lightning, flooding, pounding hail, tornadoes, and hurricanes cause property damage, injuries, and fatalities in all parts of the world every year. It is imperative that everyone be prepared for inclement conditions, no matter where they live and work.
Workplace Violence - Recognizing the Threat & Active Shooter: How To Survive
Product Code: WPVL

This program helps us understand what signs to notice in a potentially violent person as well as what actions we should take if and when we feel the threat of violent behavior and/or an Active Shooter.
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.
An example of violence in the workplace that all employees should be aware of to remain safe at work
Violence in the Workplace
Product Code: VIW

Workplace deaths due to violence rank second only to vehicular accidents in causes of on-the-job fatalities. To avoid the consequences of these violent acts, each employee must be able to recognize the signs of violence and know how to guard against it.
The results of a worker not acting after identifying warning signs of violence in the workplace
Workplace Violence: I Could Have Saved A Life That Day
Product Code: WSAL

I Chose To Look The Other Way, a very popular safety poem, is used as the foundation for this powerful film. Brought to life through the blending of poetry and program, the program's dramatic storyline teaches viewers some compelling lessons on workplace
Employees following security procedures to help keep all workers safe and secure at work
Security Awareness
Product Code: SCAW

This program is designed to increase viewers' awareness of security issues and help them to understand what they can do to remain secure while at work, traveling or at home.
EMT Martin Lesperance discussing first aid techniques that should be used until help arrives
First Aid: Until Help Arrives
Product Code: FAID

In this program, best-selling author/EMT Martin Lesperance shares experiences and tips he's learned from 25 years of working in emergency services while showing viewers how to respond in a variety of emergency situations.
Electrical Contact Release Training
Product Code: ECR

People who receive an electric shock are unable to release themselves from contact with an energized conductor or circuit part. These incidents likely prove fatal without immediate assistance gaining release.  When electrical workers, their coworkers and potential responders are trained in electrical contact release and first aid, it greatly increases the odds of surviving an electric shock.
2024 NFPA 70E for Electrical Workers
Product Code: NFPA24W

This program provides electrical workers with an understanding of the requirements of the 2024 NFPA® 70E® that relate to the safe performance of electrical work. It explains the dual hazards of electric shock and arc flash as well as the factors that contribute to the severity of injury.
Bonding and Grounding of Flammable Liquids
Product Code: BGFL

This program demonstrates how to prevent electrostatic discharge while transferring flammable liquids by using the proper equipment and PPE.