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Video Safety Training is Cost-Efficient

Video safety training is the most cost-efficient method of training for today’s companies. Clear training is vital to keeping workers safe on the job. Similarly, a solid knowledge of safety practices relevant to the job is crucial. According to elearningindustry.com, a learner will only remember 10% of text content. Typically, they remember 65% of visual content. However, we remember 95% of audio-visual content.

Because it works, Video Training is here to stay. As a result, it is the new normal. Videos keep learners’ attention. Equally important, people enjoy videos. Actually, research confirms videos help companies train smarter.

OSHA-compliant training is essential for today’s businesses. The need for consistent material is abundant. Likewise, the safety of our employees depends on it. Additionally, in today’s world flexibility is necessary. Furthermore, the ability to include on-site and remote workers is a benefit of this type of training.

Video-based learning is quickly becoming a basic training need. In essence, employees benefit from watching a video. In fact, according to Forrester Research, employees are 75% more likely to watch a video than to read materials. Video training ensures uniformity of information presented. This is essential for safety in the workplace.

10 reasons to choose video-based training:

  1. Videos are persuasive
  2. Videos are effective and engaging
  3. Increased information retention
  4. Video supports teaching at the moment of need
  5. It is flexible and accessible
  6. Addresses the different learning styles
  7. Video is a cost-effective solution
  8. Video training boosts work productivity
  9. Videos can extend training across internal and off-site employees
  10. Video training ensures consistency in safety training materials

As shown above, Safety training must be uniformly taught. In addition, consistency in training employees according to OSHA standards is critical. This should not be taken lightly. With this in mind, we offer OSHA-compliant materials that cover everything you need for training compliance.

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Infectious Disease Control Training Course Video Kit

The COVID-19 pandemic has changed the way many of us look at workplace hygiene. While before it was commonplace to let a cold run through a facility or to come to work sick, this culture has now dramatically shifted. Pandemic planning is based on traditional infection prevention and industrial hygiene practices, focusing on engineering, administrative, and work practice controls, and personal protective equipment use. Employers and employees should use this training guide to help identify risk levels in workplace settings, determine any appropriate control measures to implement, and take the necessary steps to protect your workers and their families.

Workplace Infectious Disease Control Training Class Topic Overview:

  • COVID-19 information
  • Resources for current information
  • Steps to reduce workplace exposure
  • Identify and isolate sick employees or others at the workplace
  • Implement workplace controls
  • Following existing OSHA standards
  • Classifying worker exposure to infectious diseases

Our easy-to-use video kit provides all the necessary materials for running successful training with minimal prep, including:

  • 17-minute Pandemic Preparedness Training Video
  • Pandemic Preparedness PowerPoint Presentation for classroom use
  • Printable documents, including:
    • Training outline
    • Compliance Manual
    • Completion Certificate & Wallet Cards / ID card
    • Attendance Log / Sign-in Form
    • Employee Quiz and Answer Key
    • Pandemic Preparedness supplemental documents

Course Outcomes

Employees and managers who take this course will be able to work together to spot potential disease-spreading risks throughout the workplace. Employees will also understand quarantine control measures and other preparation steps to minimize exposure.

Who should take this course?

Employees in all industries, especially construction, manufacturing, warehouses, general industry, and clerical.

The following are free previews of the Workplace Infectious Disease Control Safety Training videos:

Infectious Disease Control Training Video Kit

The COVID-19 pandemic has changed the way many of us look at workplace hygiene. While before it was commonplace to let a cold run through a facility or to come to work sick, this culture has now dramatically shifted. Pandemic planning is based on traditional infection prevention and industrial hygiene practices, focusing on engineering, administrative, and work practice controls, and personal protective equipment use. Employers and employees should use this training guide to help identify risk levels in workplace settings, determine any appropriate control measures to implement, and take the necessary steps to protect your workers and their families.

Workplace Infectious Disease Control Training Class Topic Overview:

  • COVID-19 information
  • Resources for current information
  • Steps to reduce workplace exposure
  • Identify and isolate sick employees or others at the workplace
  • Implement workplace controls
  • Following existing OSHA standards
  • Classifying worker exposure to infectious diseases

Our easy-to-use video kit provides all the necessary materials for running successful training with minimal prep, including:

  • 17-minute Pandemic Preparedness Training Video
  • Pandemic Preparedness PowerPoint Presentation for classroom use
  • Printable documents, including:
    • Training outline
    • Compliance Manual
    • Completion Certificate & Wallet Cards / ID card
    • Attendance Log / Sign-In Form
    • Employee Quiz and Answer Key
    • Pandemic Preparedness supplemental documents

Course Outcomes Employees and managers who take this course will be able to work together to spot potential disease spreading risks throughout the workplace. Employees will also understand quarantine control measures and other preparation steps to minimize exposure. Who should take this course? Employees in all industries, especially construction, manufacturing, warehouses, general industry, and clerical.

The following are free previews of the Workplace Infectious Disease Control Safety Training videos:

Fall Protection Training Video Kit

Various OSHA standards include specific provisions covering fall protection and/or personal fall arrest systems (PFASs) and falling object protection. This program will focus on CFR 1910 Subpart D for general industry and CFR 1926 Subpart M for the construction industry. Fall protection must be provided for each employee on a walking/working surface with an unprotected side or edge at the height required by the OSHA standard applicable to their workplace. In general industry the elevated height level is four feet or more above a lower level. In the construction industry OSHA mandates employers to implement fall prevention measures and prevent falling objects whenever the employee is six feet or more above a lower level. In some construction situations the height requirement for protection can be different. It is important to know which OSHA regulation is applicable to your work environment and to provide fall protection equipment, such as fall safety harnesses when required. Fall Protection Safety Training Class Topic Overview:

  • Guardrail Systems
  • Safety Nets
  • Covers
  • Personal Fall Arrest Systems (PFAS)
  • Controlled Access Zone
  • Warning Line System
  • Safety Monitor System
  • Required Fall Protection
  • Falling Object Hazards
  • Fall Protection Training

Our easy-to-use video kit provides all the necessary materials for running a successful training, including:

  • 26-minute Fall Protection Safety Video
  • Fall Protection Safety PowerPoint Presentation for classroom use
  • OSHA Standard 29 CFR 1910 Subpart D & 1926 Subpart M compliant content
  • Printable documents, including:
    • Training outline
    • Compliance Manual
    • Completion Certificate & Wallet Cards / ID card
    • Attendance Log / Sign-In Form
    • Employee Quiz and Answer Key
    • Fall Protection supplement printout

Course Outcomes After completing this training, your employees will be certified in understanding concepts covered in OSHA Standard 29 CFR 1910 Subpart D & 1926 Subpart M. They should exhibit understanding of the importance of fall protection and how to recognize fall hazards. Who should take this course? Construction workers who are new to the company in orientation or need a refresher course.

Fall Protection Training Course Video Kit

Various OSHA standards include specific provisions covering fall protection and/or personal fall arrest systems (PFASs) and falling object protection. This program will focus on CFR 1910 Subpart D for general industry and CFR 1926 Subpart M for the construction industry.

Fall protection must be provided for each employee on a walking/working surface with an unprotected side or edge at the height required by the OSHA standard applicable to their workplace. In general industry the elevated height level is four feet or more above a lower level. In the construction industry OSHA mandates employers to implement fall prevention measures and prevent falling objects whenever the employee is six feet or more above a lower level. In some construction situations the height requirement for protection can be different. It is important to know which OSHA regulation is applicable to your work environment and to provide fall protection equipment, such as fall safety harnesses when required.

Fall Protection Safety Training Class Topic Overview:

  • Guardrail Systems
  • Safety Nets
  • Covers
  • Personal Fall Arrest Systems (PFAS)
  • Controlled Access Zone
  • Warning Line System
  • Safety Monitor System
  • Required Fall Protection
  • Falling Object Hazards
  • Fall Protection Training

Our easy-to-use video kit provides all the necessary materials for running a successful training, including:

  • 26-minute Fall Protection Safety Video
  • Fall Protection Safety PowerPoint Presentation for classroom use
  • OSHA Standard 29 CFR 1910 Subpart D & 1926 Subpart M compliant content
  • Printable documents, including:
    • Training outline
    • Compliance Manual
    • Completion Certificate & Wallet Cards / ID card
    • Attendance Log / Sign-In Form
    • Employee Quiz and Answer Key
    • Fall Protection supplement printout

Course Outcomes

After completing this training, your employees will be certified in understanding concepts covered in OSHA Standard 29 CFR 1910 Subpart D & 1926 Subpart M. They should exhibit understanding of the importance of fall protection and how to recognize fall hazards.

Who should take this course?

Construction workers who are new to the company in orientation or need a refresher course.

Crane Safety Training Video Kit

In both construction and general industry, the need to move large and heavy loads is necessary and vital. There are many different machines and types of equipment which make this possible. One such piece of equipment is the crane. Cranes make it possible to lift, move, and lower loads and objects of all shapes and sizes. The first cranes were invented by the Ancient Greeks and used men or beast to power them. Today, cranes are more efficient and capable of doing more than the Ancient Greeks could ever have imagined.

As with any type of equipment or machinery, there are significant safety issues to be considered with the operation of a crane. Crane operators, and workers in close proximity to them, must follow certain procedures and guidelines to ensure their safety and those around them. This training program will provide an overview of the basics of crane safety.

Introduction to Crane Safety Training Class Topic Overview:

  • Safe Ground Conditions
  • Overview of Power Line Safety
  • How to Perform Crane Inspections
  • Safety Devices & Operational Aids
  • Crane operation
  • Overview of Crane Hand Signals
  • Maintenance & Repair

Our easy-to-use video kit provides all the necessary materials for running successful training, including:

  • 17-minute Introduction to Crane Safety Training Video written by industry professionals
  • Crane Safety PowerPoint Presentation for classroom use
  • OSHA Standard 29 CFR 1926 Subparts H, R, CC and 1910 Subpart N compliant content
  • Printable documents, including:
    • Training outline
    • Compliance Manual
    • Completion Certificate & Wallet Cards / ID card
    • Attendance Log / Sign-In Form
    • Employee Quiz and Answer Key
    • Crane Safety supplemental printouts

Course Outcomes

After completing this training, workers will be certified in the OSHA Standard 29 CFR 1926 Subparts H, R, CC and 1910 Subpart N.

Who should take this course?

Any workers who perform duties on construction sites or general industry settings where cranes are used. This training is also suitable for use to train the trainer, managers, supervisory staff and as a refresher course.

Crane Safety Training Course Video Kit

In both construction and general industry, the need to move large and heavy loads is necessary and vital. There are many different machines and types of equipment which make this possible. One such piece of equipment is the crane. Cranes make it possible to lift, move, and lower loads and objects of all shapes and sizes. The first cranes were invented by the Ancient Greeks and used men or beast to power them. Today, cranes are more efficient and capable of doing more than the Ancient Greeks could ever have imagined.

As with any type of equipment or machinery, there are significant safety issues to be considered with the operation of a crane. Crane operators, and workers in close proximity to them, must follow certain procedures and guidelines to ensure their safety and those around them. This training program will provide an overview of the basics of crane safety.

Introduction to Crane Safety Training Class Topic Overview:

  • Safe Ground Conditions
  • Overview of Power Line Safety
  • How to Perform Crane Inspections
  • Safety Devices & Operational Aids
  • Crane operation
  • Overview of Crane Hand Signals
  • Maintenance & Repair

Our easy-to-use video kit provides all the necessary materials for running successful training, including:

  • 17-minute Introduction to Crane Safety Training Video written by industry professionals
  • Crane Safety PowerPoint Presentation for classroom use
  • OSHA Standard 29 CFR 1926 Subparts H, R, CC and 1910 Subpart N compliant content
  • Printable documents, including:
    • Training outline
    • Compliance Manual
    • Completion Certificate & Wallet Cards / ID card
    • Attendance Log / Sign-In Form
    • Employee Quiz and Answer Key
    • Crane Safety supplemental printouts

Course Outcomes

After completing this training, workers will be certified in the OSHA Standard 29 CFR 1926 Subparts H, R, CC and 1910 Subpart N.

Who should take this course?

Any workers who perform duties on construction sites or general industry settings where cranes are used. This training is also suitable for use to train the trainer, managers, supervisory staff and as a refresher course.

Personal Protective Equipment Safety Training Course Video Kit

OSHA requires the use of Personal Protective Equipment to reduce employee exposure to hazards when engineering and administrative controls are not feasible or effective in reducing the exposure to acceptable levels. Employers are required to determine if PPE should be used to protect their workers. 29 CFR 1910.132 covers PPE and provides the regulations that employers must follow. Specific PPE, such as eye and face protection, respiratory protection, head protection and others are addressed in separate standards. Many other OSHA standards such as Hazard Communications, Bloodborne Pathogens, Electrical, and Permit-Required Confined Spaces require the use of PPE as it pertains to that particular topic. Employers and employees must understand how to use PPE. This training course covers not only the use, but how to maintain and sanitize PPE and requirements for its safe design.  Click here for an additional OSHA resource on “Personal Protective Equipment”)

Personal Protective Equipment PPE Training Class Topic Overview:

  • What is PPE?
  • Contents of the OSHA standard
  • Financial Responsibility
  • Hazard Assessment
  • Training
  • Types of PPE
  • Maintenance of PPE

Our easy-to-use video kit provides all the necessary materials for running successful training with minimal prep, including:

  • 24 Minute Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) Safety Training Video
  • Personal Protective Equipment Training PowerPoint Presentation for classroom use
  • OSHA Standard 29 CFR 1910.132-.138 compliant content
  • Printable documents, including:
    • Training outline
    • Compliance Manual
    • Completion Certificate & Wallet Cards / ID card
    • Attendance Log / Sign-In Form
    • Employee Quiz and Answer Key
    • PPE Training handouts

Course Outcomes

After completing this workplace training, your workers will understand basic workplace hazards and risks, as well as how to mitigate them. They will also understand the importance of personal hygiene, first aid, and avoiding repetitive stress injuries with proper ergonomic practices.

Who should take this course?

Any employee, supervisor, or manager that works in an office or clerical setting.

Drug and Alcohol Abuse: Employees Training Course Video Kit

Alcohol abuse and the use of illegal drugs is a major problem in the workplace. Substance abuse can hinder an employee’s ability to perform their job duties safely, accurately and efficiently. According to the Department of Labor, nearly three quarters of those who use illegal drugs also work and one in every ten people in the U.S. has an alcohol problem. Workplace drug and alcohol abuse are also serious problems in the workplace. This course will help your employees understand the dangerous and negative effects of drug and alcohol abuse in themselves and their co-workers. This training also serves to raise awareness to the warning signs of addiction and substance abuse problems at work and how they can seek help.

Drug & Alcohol Abuse for Employees Training Class Topic Overview:

  • Risk factors of drug and alcohol use
  • Signs of drug abuse & drug dependence
  • Recognizing substance self-abuse
  • Recognizing substance abuse in coworkers
  • Drug and substance abuse impact on employees
  • Understanding drug testing
  • Steps to overcome substance abuse

Our easy-to-use video kit provides all the necessary materials for running a successful training, including:

  • 15-minute Substance & Alcohol Abuse Training Video developed by industry professionals
  • Substance & Alcohol Abuse PowerPoint Presentation for classroom use
  • Printable documents, including:
    • Training outline
    • Compliance Manual
    • Completion Certificate & Wallet Cards / ID card
    • Attendance Log / Sign-in Form
    • Employee Quiz and Answer Key
    • Substance & Alcohol Abuse supplemental printouts

Course Outcomes

After completing this training, your employees will understand the importance of staying sober in the workplace and how to recognize substance abuse problems.

Who should take this course?

New and seasoned employees of all industries can benefit from this training. This training is also suitable for a refresher course and to train the trainer.

Personal Protective Equipment Safety Training Video Kit

OSHA requires the use of Personal Protective Equipment to reduce employee exposure to hazards when engineering and administrative controls are not feasible or effective in reducing the exposure to acceptable levels. Employers are required to determine if PPE should be used to protect their workers. 29 CFR 1910.132 covers PPE and provides the regulations that employers must follow. Specific PPE, such as eye and face protection, respiratory protection, head protection and others are addressed in separate standards. Many other OSHA standards such as Hazard Communications, Bloodborne Pathogens, Electrical, and Permit-Required Confined Spaces require the use of PPE as it pertains to that particular topic.

Employers and employees must understand how to use PPE. This training course covers not only the use, but how to maintain and sanitize PPE and requirements for its safe design. All PPE must be used and maintained in a sanitary and reliable condition.

Personal Protective Equipment PPE Training Class Topic Overview:

  • What is PPE?
  • Contents of the OSHA standard
  • Financial Responsibility
  • Hazard Assessment
  • Training
  • Types of PPE
  • Maintenance of PPE

Our easy-to-use video kit provides all the necessary materials for running successful training with minimal prep, including:

  • 24 Minute Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) Safety Training Video
  • Personal Protective Equipment Training PowerPoint Presentation for classroom use
  • OSHA Standard 29 CFR 1910.132-.138 compliant content
  • Printable documents, including:
    • Training outline
    • Compliance Manual
    • Completion Certificate & Wallet Cards / ID card
    • Attendance Log / Sign-In Form
    • Employee Quiz and Answer Key
    • PPE Training handouts

Course Outcomes

After completing this workplace training, your workers will understand basic workplace hazards and risks, as well as how to mitigate them. They will also understand the importance of personal hygiene, first aid, and avoiding repetitive stress injuries with proper ergonomic practices.

Who should take this course?

Any employee, supervisor, or manager that works in an office or clerical setting.