Category: General Safety & Motivation



T086 - Destination Safety 1

A safe workplace begins with safety-conscious employees. In this video, gumshoe detective Joe Entrencher solves a case of increasing accidents at the ACME companies. Emphasis is placed on the active role of the employee.

Tone: Humorous / Language: English, Spanish / Caption: Open

Key Training Points: distorted thinking - frustration - attitude - depression and tempers - knowledge

 


T093 - Safety Programs

Employers spend millions of dollars each year on safety programs to help ensure the safety of their employees. Both managers and employees alike are reminded to share an equal responsibility to make the programs work.

Tone: Actuality / Language: English, Spanish

Key Training Points: awareness - communication - meetings - reporting

 

T112 - The Safety Mentor

The word mentor refers to a wise advisor or teacher. Learn how safety mentoring works and how it can be used to prevent accidents.

Tone: Actuality / Language: English

Key Training Points: benefits - "how to";

 


T121 - Just Horsing Around

Joking around on the job is no laughing matter. This video shows what can happen if a job is not taken seriously.

Tone: Drama / Language: English, Spanish / Caption: Open

Key Training Points: hazard potential

 

T138 - Self Interest Of Safety

The fact that the person who benefits most from a safe working method is the individual employee and his or her family will be stressed.

Tone: Drama / Language: English

Key Training Points: self-awareness - communication - benefits - responsibility

 

T164 - Safety In Unfamiliar Places

Anytime you begin work at a new or unfamiliar site, it's up to you to find out what hazards you might face, how to respond to them and what the standard emergency procedures are. The setting of a western gunfighter movie is used to show that, by following a few simple steps, you can keep yourself and others safe.

Tone: Drama / Language: English

Key Training Points: awareness - getting information - haz com - preparation

 

T179 - 3 Steps To Safety

A Job Hazard Analysis asks that workers and employers Define, Analyze and Prevent potential safety hazards before they occur. How to use this concept everyday is explained.

Tone: Humorous / Language: English

Key Training Points: job analysis break - break down steps - identify hazards - eliminate hazards

 

T183 - Redundant Redundancy Auxiliary Safety Procedures

A mysterious stranger foretells accidents that never happen because redundant safety measures are used to prevent disaster.

Tone: Humorous / Language: English

Key Training Points: types of procedures - failsafe methods - jackstands - safety valves - batch reactors

 


T189 - Silence Of The Slams - Motivational

Sal is the most unsafe crook in America. Will this guy wise up, or be sent to the chair, at the prison for the criminally unsafe? This video takes a humorous approach to selling employees on the concept of safety.

Tone: Humorous / Language: English

Key Training Points: self benefits - knowledge improves the risks

 

T195 - There's No Magic To Safety

A successful safety program is a team effort between employee and employer. This video reminds employees that they must get involved for a safety program to work; it doesn't happen magically.

Tone: Humorous / Language: English, Russian / Caption: Open

Key Training Points: statistics - rules and regulations - communication - reporting - teamwork

 


T209 - Peer Pressure

Peer pressure in the workplace can cause us to ignore vital safety practices. Learn to identify and deal with pressure from peers.

Tone: Actuality / Language: English -Spanish

Key Training Points: recognize the problem - what to do & not to do

 

T231 - Ificouldawouldashoulda

How does it feel to know you've gambled with safety - and lost? As Harvey falls to his fate, he looks at what he could, would and should have done to avoid his fatal fall.

Tone: Drama / Language: English

Key Training Points: awareness - personal protective equipment - following procedures

 

T233 - Dress Safe

Dress safe and sensibly and be aware that jewelry, loose clothing and long hair can put you at risk when operating or working near equipment in the office and in a plant.

Tone: Graphic / Language: English / Caption: Open

Key Training Points: protective clothing - potential dangers

 


T244 - Effective Safety Meetings

When used correctly, Safety Shorts videos can create a substantial impact on your safety program. By instructing your managers and supervisors on the simple process of effective meeting management, your Safety Shorts videos will go a long way in eliminating accidents.

Tone: Actuality / Language: English, Spanish

Key Training Points: importance - preparation - documentation - interaction - communication - resource guide

 


T263 - Employee Responsibilities

Safety in the workplace is no accident. Employees can help reduce accidents and injuries by fulfilling specific responsibilities for safety.

Tone: Drama / Language: English

Key Training Points: awareness - compliance - reporting

 

T275 - Proactive Safety

By adopting a proactive approach to safety, you take charge of your own destiny. Offered is a step-by-step program for getting started with Proactive Safety.

Tone: Actuality / Language: English

Key Training Points: total safety management - planning

 


T298 - How To Prepare For An OSHA Inspection

OSHA is authorized to conduct workplace inspections to enforce its standards. While employees may not be cited for safety violations, their safety performance on the job can affect the outcome of an inspection. Know your responsibilities for safety, and follow safety rules and regulations at all times.

Tone: Actuality / Language: English, Spanish

Key Training Points: compliance - reporting - cooperation

 


T299 - Workplace Fatalities

Every year, thousands of workers die from job-related accidents. Primary causes are highway traffic accidents, homicides, falls, contact with flying or falling objects and electrocution. To help prevent accidents, be alert for hazards, and follow safety and health instructions at all times.

Tone: Graphic / Language: English

Key Training Points: statistics - homicides - falls - electrocution

 

T300 - Near Misses

A near miss is any incident that could have led to property damage or injury to a person but didn't. When near misses occur, there is always an error- an error that could have been fatal. Use near misses as warning signs to identify unsafe acts or unsafe conditions that could lead to future accidents.

Tone: Humorous / Language: English

Key Training Points: errors - avoiding accidents - awareness - reporting

 

T303 - Job Hazard Analysis

Job related injuries occur every day in the workplace. Often these injuries occur because employees are not using proper procedures. Establishing safe job procedures is one benefit of a Job Hazard Analysis- a three-step process that involves carefully studying and recording each step of a job, identifying existing or potential job hazards, and determining the best way to perform the job to reduce or eliminate these hazards.

Tone: Actuality / Language: English

Key Training Points: identify and correct hazards in work area - the 3 steps to job hazard analysis

 

T311 - Safety Committees

Safety committees play an important role in a company's safety program. When run properly, a safety committee can increase safety awareness, and help achieve safety goals and objectives that will ultimately reduce accidents and injuries.

Tone: Actuality / Language: English

Key Training Points: identify and correct hazards in work area - the 3 steps to Job Hazard Analysis

 

T321 Can You Spot the Hazards?

Accidents and injuries occur every day in the workplace. Many are caused by unsafe acts; others are caused by unsafe conditions. To stay safe on the job, learn to spot and correct hazards before they cause accidents.

Tone: Drama / Language: English

Key Training Points: inspecting the work environment - identifying hazards - dressing safely

 

T322 Gas Cylinders - Welding, Cutting & Brazing

Gas cylinders used in welding, cutting and brazing operations contain potentially dangerous gases under high pressure. Certain actions, such as rough handling, exposure to electrical circuits or heat sources, and improper storage can lead to serious accidents. Make sure you're familiar with the potential dangers, and take precautions when handling, using, and storing fuel-gas cylinders.

Tone: Actuality / Language: English

Key Training Points: Hazards - Safe Handling & Use - Leaks - Proper Storage.

 

T323 - A Safety Story

In many cases, a person's safety is in his or her hands. Making a safe or an unsafe choice can make the difference between life and death. Learn how to help avoid accidents by taking responsibility for you own safety.

Tone: Dramatization / Language: English

Key Training Points: safe and unsafe choices - responsibility for safety - learning from past mistakes.

 

T324 Introduction to Safety - Office Safety

You may think you don't have to worry about safety if you work in an office. But thousands of office accidents happen every year, some serious. To help prevent office injuries, practice good housekeeping and use safe work practices.

Tone: Dramatization / Language: English

Key Training Points: Common causes of office accidents - eliminating hazards - Safe work practices

 

T325 Introduction to Safety - Warehouse

Warehouses can be dangerous because there is so much activity. Common injuries include back injuries related to heavy lifting and accidental injuries involving powered industrial trucks. To stay accident-free, use safe work practices and stay alert for potential hazards.

Tone: Dramatization / Language: English

Key Training Points: Back injuries - Forklift injuries - Safety rules and regulations - Safe work practices

 

T326 Introduction to Safety - Construction

The construction industry is one of the most dangerous because there are so many hazards present. Common causes of construction injuries include physical overload, falls, impact accidents, machinery accidents, and electrocution. To stay accident free, always be aware of hazards in you work environment.

Tone: Dramatization / Language: English

Key Training Points: Construction accidents - Common hazards - Safety measures.

 

T327 Introduction of Safety - General Industry

Most accidents are caused by unsafe acts. To stay safe on the job, follow all safety rules and regulations. Learn to recognize the hazards in your workplace and take steps to avoid or control them.

Tone: Dramatization / Language: English

Key Training Points: Common causes of accidents in the workplace - Hazard identification - Safety rules and regulations - Safe work practices

 

T330 - HAPLESS HAL PLAYS THE
BEHAVIOR-BASED SAFETY GAME

Every year, thousands of workers die from accidental injuries, and millions more suffer from disabling injuries. In the majority of these accidents, unsafe behaviors are either a direct cause or a major contributing factor. Behavior-based safety programs help employees reduce accidents by focusing on safe work behaviors.

Tone: Humorous / Language: English

Key Training Points: Consequences of unsafe acts - Changing work habits - Coaching - Measuring safety performances

 

T335 - Workplace Safety: Beating the Odds

When it comes to safety, you can't afford to take chances. Every year, over 5,000 workers are killed in work-related accidents, and another 3.8 million suffer disabling injuries. To reduce the risk of becoming an accident statistic, make safety a part of your job.

Tone: Dramatization Language: English

Key Training Points: Accident statistics - Unsafe acts - Accident costs - Safe work practices

 

T339 - Supervisor Safety Responsibilities

Supervisors are key figures in a company's safety efforts. By understanding and accepting responsibility for safety, supervisors can help assure a safe workplace and protect the employees they supervise from injury and illness.

Tone: Actuality Language: English

Key Training Points: Hazard prevention and control - Training - Employee involvement in safety - Emergency preparedness and accident investigation - Record keeping

 

T346 - Safety Signs


Safety signs provide a visual warning for hazardous situations. As part of their training, employees are required to have instruction in basic sign language. Understanding and obeying signs can help prevent accidents and save lives.

Tone: Actuality / Language: English

Key Training Points: OSHA specifications for signs - Key words and symbols - Color-coding - Accident prevention tags