Accident Investigation Training Videos
Business Training Media's workplace accident investigation training videos for managers are an essential tool for organizations to educate their managers on how to investigate workplace accidents and prevent them from happening again.
"Safety Housekeeping and Accident Prevention" training programs demonstrate to employees how to prevent workplace accidents by paying attention to safety housekeeping considerations. Available in English or Spanish.
Hazard Communications In Manufacturing, Accident Reporting and Investigations, Accident Investigation
This is a short refresher training course containing 3 videos in 1.
Documentation is legal proof of something you have accomplished. Documentation is written proof and it’s designed to demonstrate your accomplishment to regulatory agencies. In the event of legal action, documentation is part of your legal defense. To demonstrate your proof, the documentation must be written or you must otherwise be able to reconstruct or demonstrate what you’re trying to prove.
Accident investigation is an important part of a supervisor's responsibility and accident prevention. An investigation answers the questions of who, what, when, where, how, and why. This safety video program will concentrate on the importance of conducting a thorough investigation and why the information is necessary
Human Behavior - Reducing Unsafe Acts - The Insurance Industry, Governmental agencies, and the National Safety Council have analyzed employee accident investigations over the years and have determined that the overwhelming cause of most industrial accidents and injuries can be attributed to the unsafe acts of employees. That's a rather bold statement; putting the blame on employees.
Safety And The Supervisor - All of a sudden your boss says safety is your responsibility. Oh no, not another job. Now you're burdened with accident reports, safety training, making sure employees follow safety rules and wear appropriate personal protective equipment when required. Safety is your responsibility. You’re a supervisor.
OSHA’s Eleven - Every factory, mill, and office in this country could well post a cautionary sign next to its front entrance. Warning: working may be hazardous to your health. Safety and loss prevention in the hospitality industry is a job that never ends ensuring that associates have a safe work environment and follow safety rules is a task that demands knowledge, constant vigilance, and dedication.