Safety Orientation Training Videos & Courses
For most people starting a new job can be confusing and even a bit stressful. There’s a lot to learn ranging from where the break room is to how to sign up for benefits to learning the new job itself. While no one expects a new employee to remember everything right away, it is important to make safety an immediate job priority.
The goal of this training program is to help you understand some of your job responsibilities that include safety. Safety is a major part of your job, no matter where you work or what type of job you perform. Meets OSHA training requirements for training new employees on safety basics.
While not transmitted through casual contact, bloodborne pathogens present a risk in just about any workplace. That’s why it’s important to train all employees, not only those in positions where exposure hazards are a routine part of their jobs. (DVD or Video Streaming)
Includes Loading Dock & Warehouse Safety and Material Handling Equipment Safety programs.
Release - 2005
OSHA's 1910.38 requires that each company develop a workable Emergency Action Plan. With the new threats facing our society today, such a plan is required not only for compliance, but also for survival. Make sure your organization has a well thought out plan in place by following the guidelines provided in this program.
Video Streaming Also AvailableAs a healthcare professional, you know that your patients continually rely on you for their health and safety – but what about your own? It can only take a minute of neglect on your part or that of a co-worker for you to become a patient yourself.
Train your new or existing emergency response team to effectively respond to hazardous-substance incidents.
Healthcare workers in long-term care facilities face the same risks as those who work in hospitals. However, the intensive personal care needed by most residents can increase your employees' risk.
Safety Orientation - Don't take short cuts or risks. There's only one-way to perform your job. If it can't be done safely, we don't want you to do it. That's our policy and your obligation. Accident and injury statistics compiled over the last 50 years throughout the world have reveal that 85% to 98% of all accidents are caused by unsafe acts of employees such as taking short cuts, violating safety rules, or job procedures.