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Fire Prevention in Healthcare Facilities Safety Video

The Fire Prevention in Healthcare Facilities training program look at the fire hazards that can be encountered in healthcare environments, discuss how fires can be prevented, and explain what employees should do in case a fire emergency occurs in their workplace.

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Patient Handling Safety Video

Business Training Media's new "Patient Handling Safety" training courses discuss the hazards that can be associated with patient handling tasks, and what healthcare workers can do to prevent accidents and injuries from occurring while they perform them.
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EMS Patient Lifting - Preventing Back Injuries DVD

This program is about taking a look at the unusual situations you encounter on a daily basis, to see if we can make your job easier and less likely to cause you an injury.
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Assisting The Patient With Self-Administration of Medication

This important program reviews the role of the nursing assistant in assisting residents with self-medication and addresses the most common routes of administration. This program is designed for Home Health
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Lifting Patients From Beds (DVD)

As a healthcare worker, you spend a good portion of your busy day moving and lifting patients. Not only do you risk hurting yourself in the process, but you may risk the safety of the patient as well.
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Lifting Patients From Chairs (DVD)

Lifting Patients From Chairs - There’s no easy, generic way to describe how to safely lift or move a patient. Each patient and each situation is unique. For example, during your busy day, you may have to move a patient from a bed to a wheelchair or from a wheelchair to a bathtub.
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Infection Control In The Home Settings - Video

We start with three key ideas in the home setting: Clean, Cost and Common sense. Then, we address specific home health aide responsibilities, including assessment of a home, client and hygiene to prevent the spread of infection.
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Mental Health Nursing Complete 5 DVD Series

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Follow along with this series of vignettes where nurses interact with clients experiencing a wide range of mental health challenges. In each situation there are two scenarios, the novice scenario helps students to see and anticipate some of the more common errors that a student nurse may make when first dealing with these clients.
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Initial Response DVD

Initial Response DVD is Part 1 of the Oil Spill Response Series. It provides OSHA training for clean-up personnel. This safety video is an overview of factors to consider during the response.

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How To Prevent The Travel Virus (DVD)

How To Prevent The Travel Virus - When planning a trip, it is important to consider any health problems that may arise. This program will provide tips you need to consider when planning your travel.
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SARS Update DVD

First reported in Asia in February 2003, the SARS outbreak has killed over 800 people. This program provides the latest information for healthcare workers and patients in an easy to understand format.
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Promoting Mobility in Healthcare: Transfer Techniques - Video

This program focuses on the safe transfer techniques of patients. It will demonstrate the use of good body mechanics by health care assistants and the correct use of assistive devices frequently used to promote mobility.
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Patient Decontamination DVD

Patient Decontamination DVD explains the importance of hospital decontamination plans for large numbers of causalities in the event of a major terrorist, hazmat or natural catastrophe resulting in contaminated patients. Without a plan, hospitals risk contamination of staff, patients and the facility.
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Combative Patient Training Online Training

This program helps the caregiver to recognize, understand and prepare for the patient’s combative behavior. The objective is to keep the caregiver safe while providing quality health care.

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COVID-19 Preparedness and Response Plan Download

Protect your customers, patrons, community, patients, employees, and yourself with this easy to implement COVID-19 action plan. Thoroughly researched to address CDC, OSHA, Infection Control and other requirements for employers.
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Keeping Patients on Dialysis Safe (Free Download)

Resource for patients on dialysis to learn more about protecting themselves from COVID-19 and the importance of not postponing treatments.
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Cleaning and Polishing Floors Without Slips and Falls (DVD)

A consistent sweeping program with a push or mechanical sweeper can help prevent slip and fall accidents. In wintertime when there is ice and snow, it is important to keep entrances free from melting snow. It is important to keep as much slippery materials from being carried inside the building. This program covers floor maintenance and preventing slips and falls.
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Combative Patient Training DVD

Combative Patient Training program helps the caregiver to recognize, understand and prepare for the patient’s combative behavior.

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What healthcare personnel should know about caring for patients with confirmed or possible coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) - Free Download

Healthcare personnel (HCP) are on the front lines of caring for patients with confirmed or possible infection with coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) and therefore have an increased risk of exposure to this virus. HCPs can minimize their risk of exposure when caring for confirmed or possible COVID-19 patients by following Interim Infection Prevention and Control Recommendations for Patients with Confirmed (COVID-19) or Persons Under Investigation for COVID-19 in Healthcare Settings.
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Safety Orientation - Nursing Training DVD

Safety Orientation – Nursing - Regardless of your job, safety is an integral part of your responsibility, which means no matter the task you perform, safety must be of vital concern.
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Safety In The Workplace (Healthcare) - Video

How can your workers minimize muscle pulls, fractures and other work related injuries? This program will give demonstrations for lateral transfers/re-positioning, lifting, ambulating, bath-tub-shower and toileting activities, lifting from the floor, guiding and slowing falls, daily activities and bedside assistance.
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COVID-19 Preparedness and Response Package

Protect your customers, patrons, community, patients, employees, and yourself with this easy to implement COVID-19 action plan. Thoroughly researched to address CDC, OSHA, Infection Control and other requirements for employers.
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Mental Health Nursing: Verbal & Physical Aggression DVD

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Unfortunately, mental health nurses may have to care for persons who, for a variety of reasons, may be physically threatening or aggressive.
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Mental Health Nursing: Dementia & Agitation DVD

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It can be very challenging for mental health nurses to care for persons with dementia like Alzheimer's disease. In this pair of vignettes, a novice tries to comfort and re-orient an older man with dementia in a nursing home.
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How To Prevent Slips and Falls (Healthcare) DVD

How to Prevent Slips and Falls program focuses on how you can prevent these hazards. First of all, it's important to understand that the vast majority of slips and falls occur because the person is not paying attention to where they are walking or what they're doing and they either trip on something or the floor surface is slippery. We can describe slips and falls as a dual cause accident. We say dual because there may be two causes.
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