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 respiratory, head, foot, hand, body, and hearing protection.

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.

Sexual Harassment: Managers Training Course Video Kit

Managers and supervisors play an important role in keeping the workplace free of sexual harassment. There are specific steps, duties, and obligations which must be carried out in the effort to maintain a fair, safe, and productive workplace for all employees.

Sexual Harassment: Managers Training Topic Overview:

  • Basis of Sexual Harassment
  • Sexual Harassment Defined
  • Definitions
  • Types of Sexual Harassment
  • Sex Stereotyping
  • Transgender Rights
  • Potential Victims and Harassers
  • Where Can Harassment Occur?
  • Retaliation
  • Company Policy
  • Management Responsibilities
  • Investigative Process
  • Steps of a Fact-Finding Investigation

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

  • 20 Minute Sexual Harassment: Managers Training Video
  • PowerPoint Presentation for classroom use (English and Spanish)
  • Printable documents, including:
    • Program outline (English and Spanish)
    • Compliance Manual
    • Completion Certificate & Wallet Cards / ID card
    • Attendance Log / Sign-In Form
    • Employee Quiz and Answer Key (English and Spanish)
    • Sexual Harassment and AB1825 Supplemental Documents

Course Outcomes

After completing this workplace training, your management team should have a good understanding of sexual harassment and what steps to take to implement workplace controls and procedures to minimize its presence at work.

Who should take this course?

This course is suitable for supervisors, managers, human resources staff and for use to train the trainer.

The following are free previews of the Sexual Harassment: Managers training videos:

Sexual Harassment: Employees Training Course Video Kit

It is the employer’s responsibility to provide a workplace that is protected from health and safety hazards to the greatest extent possible. While we often focus on physical hazards, emotional toxicity can be just as harmful. Unfortunately, many of your employees, colleagues or peers may be subjected to workplace harassment.

While the EEOC addresses the various forms of harassment equally with the same oversight and enforcement, this training program will only cover the area of sexual harassment. Our training course will help your employees gain valuable insight and empathy for their peers, identify toxic behavior and help them work together to create a healthier work environment.

Sexual Harassment: Employees Training Class Topic Overview:

  • Basis of Sexual Harassment
  • Definition of Sexual Harassment
  • Types of Sexual Harassment
  • Sex Stereotyping
  • Effects of Sexual Harassment
  • Inappropriate Conduct and Behavior
  • Where Can Harassment Occur?
  • Potential Victims and Harassers
  • Preventing Sexual Harassment at Work
  • Retaliation
  • Actions to Take if Sexual Harassment Occurs

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

  • 20 Minute Sexual Harassment: Employees Training Video
  • English and Spanish 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
    • Sexual Harassment and AB1825 Supplemental Documents

Course Outcomes

After completing this workplace training, your workers will understand have an understanding of toxic sexual harassment behavior and how to recognize and prevent it at work.

Who should take this course?

All employees should be trained in sexual harassment. This course is also suitable for refresher training.

The following are free previews of the Sexual Harassment: Employees training videos:

Sexual Harassment: Managers Training Video Kit

Most people are familiar with the issue of Sexual Harassment. While many employees often joke about the issue, it is a very serious problem for employers. The number of sexual harassment cases reported each year to the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) is alarmingly high. Sexual harassment can be very detrimental to the company, its employees and to the employee’s family and friends.

With the passage of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, the agency known as the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) was created to promote equal opportunity in employment through administrative and judicial enforcement of the federal civil laws. While the EEOC addresses various forms of harassment equally with the same guidance, this training program will only cover the area of sexual harassment.

While the EEOC addresses the various forms of harassment equally with the same oversight and enforcement, this training program will only cover the area of sexual harassment. Our training course will help you identify inappropriate or toxic behaviors in your workplace, help you handle complicated harassment situations and prevent them from happening in the future.

Preventing Sexual Harassment (for Managers) Training Class Topic Overview:

  • The various forms of sexual harassment
  • Ways to avoid sexual harassment in the workplace
  • Your company’s written policy
  • The law in regard to sexual harassment
  • How to properly investigate a complaint

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

  • 20 Minute Preventing Sexual Harassment for Managers Training Video
  • Preventing Sexual Harassment for Managers 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
    • Sexual Harassment and AB1825 Supplemental Documents

Course Outcomes

After completing this workplace training, your management team should have a good understanding of sexual harassment and what steps to take to implement workplace controls and procedures to minimize its presence at work.

Who should take this course?

This course is suitable for supervisors, managers, human resources staff and for use to train the trainer.

Sexual Harassment: Employees Training Video Kit

It is the employer’s responsibility to provide a workplace that is protected from health and safety hazards to the greatest extent possible. While we often focus on physical hazards, emotional toxicity can be just as harmful. Unfortunately, many of your employees, colleagues or peers may be subjected to sexual harassment.

Our training course will help your employees gain valuable insight and empathy for their peers, identify toxic behavior and help them work together to create a healthier work environment.

Sexual Harassment: Employees Training Class Topic Overview:

  • Basis of Sexual Harassment
  • Definition of Sexual Harassment
  • Types of Sexual Harassment
  • Sex Stereotyping
  • Effects of Sexual Harassment
  • Inappropriate Conduct and Behavior
  • Where Can Harassment Occur?
  • Potential Victims and Harassers
  • Preventing Sexual Harassment at Work
  • Retaliation
  • Actions to Take if Sexual Harassment Occurs

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

  • 20 Minute Sexual Harassment: Employees Training Video
  • English and Spanish 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
    • Sexual Harassment and AB1825 Supplemental Documents

Course Outcomes

After completing this workplace training, your workers will understand have an understanding of toxic sexual harassment behavior and how to recognize and prevent it at work.

Who should take this course?

All employees should be trained in sexual harassment. This course is also suitable for refresher training.

Forklift Load Stability Training Course Video Kit

Forklifts are used in a variety of different settings.  They can be used to move, raise, and lower large objects, pallets, crates, or other containers.  As with any equipment or tool, there are many possible hazards associated with their use. Exceeding the capacity of the forklift presents serious hazards such as tip-overs, falling loads, loss of steering control, collision, and being struck by a falling load.  A forklift’s capacity is the manufacturer’s guideline for how much weight the forklift can safely lift.

The stated capacity of a forklift only applies to the load center indicated on the data plate.  If the load is not centered at the specified position, the forklift’s capacity will be reduced.  Loads come in all shapes and sizes, not just symmetrical boxes.  An example is standard pipe or unstacked lumber that is not tied together.  The load size, position, and weight distribution critically affect the forklift’s capacity and the stability of the truck.

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

 19-minute Forklift: Load Stability Safety training video developed by industry specialists

  • Forklift Load Stability 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
  • Forklift Operator Safety Training supplemental printouts

Course Outcomes

After completing this training workers will have a better understanding of safe forklift operation and how to properly balance their forklift while hauling loads to avoid collisions or loss of control.

Who should take this course?

New or seasoned employees who will operate a forklift in your facility. This training is also suitable for managers, refresher training, or to train the trainer.

The following are free previews of the Forklift Load Stability videos:

Forklift Load Stability Training Video Kit

Forklifts are used in a variety of different settings.  They can be used to move, raise, and lower large objects, pallets, crates, or other containers.  As with any equipment or tool, there are many possible hazards associated with their use. Exceeding the capacity of the forklift presents serious hazards such as tip-overs, falling loads, loss of steering control, collision, and being struck by a falling load.  A forklift’s capacity is the manufacturer’s guideline for how much weight the forklift can safely lift.

The stated capacity of a forklift only applies to the load center indicated on the data plate.  If the load is not centered at the specified position, the forklift’s capacity will be reduced.  Loads come in all shapes and sizes, not just symmetrical boxes.  An example is standard pipe or unstacked lumber that is not tied together.  The load size, position, and weight distribution critically affect the forklift’s capacity and the stability of the truck.

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

  • 19-minute Forklift: Load Stability Safety training video developed by industry specialists
  • Forklift Load Stability 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
  • Forklift Operator Safety Training supplemental printouts

Course Outcomes

After completing this training workers will have a better understanding of safe forklift operation and how to properly balance their forklift while hauling loads to avoid collisions or loss of control.

Who should take this course?

New or seasoned employees who will operate a forklift in your facility. This training is also suitable for managers, refresher training, or to train the trainer.

Workplace Violence Training Course Video Kit

In recent years many workplace deaths attributed to violence have gained much public attention due to increased media coverage. It seems as though every other week another story is reported on a violent death occurring at a workplace because of a disgruntled or former employee, a domestic dispute playing out at work, or a heated dispute between workers.

Homicide has become a leading cause of fatal occupational injuries in the United States. While homicide is the most extreme form of workplace violence, it represents a very small number of workplace violence incidents. Most incidents that occur at the workplace deal with lesser cases of assault, threats, harassment and other violent acts and generally receive less media coverage. It is estimated that nearly two million American workers report being a victim of workplace violence each year with many more acts of violence going unreported.

For employers and workers both, this is a difficult topic that is about more than compliance. Our training course is designed to give all members of your work team an understanding of workplace violence risks and warnings, plus techniques to help prevent hostile situations.

Our training course on workplace violence contains everything needed to comply with the standard, including:

  • Types of Workplace Violence
  • Warning Signs
  • Risk Factors
  • Reducing Workplace Violence

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

  • 17 Minute Workplace Violence Safety Training Video
  • Workplace Violence 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
    • Workplace Violence supplemental documents

Course Outcomes

Workers who complete this training will leave with an understanding of the risks of workplace violence situations and how to spot the warning signs of a potential threat.

Who should take this course?

All employees in all industries can benefit from this training, including supervisors and management. This training is also good for a refresher course or can be used to train the trainer.

The following are previews of the Workplace Violence Training videos: