SAFETY

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Dealing with Stress (DVD)

Employee handbooks (English/Spanish) available.

Coastal Training Technologies, 2008

It cannot be stressed enough: feeling strong and well-rested make your employees not only happy but also efficient. Through this award-winning program, both you and your employees gain ways to minimize stress, relax more and achieve company goals with more ease. The program highlights the stressful scenarios unique to industrial environments.

MRSA Awareness (DVD)

Employee handbooks (English/Spanish) available.

Coastal Training Technologies, 2008

There is widespread concern over the risk of exposure to the deadly MRSA infection. This staph infection is not confined to hospitals anymore and has become a new threat knows as community-associated MRSA. Help your employees protect themselves and their families with the information on how exposure occurs and the best ways to protect themselves in this timely training program.

Heat Stress for Public Employees: Seeing Red (DVD)

Employee handbooks (English/Spanish) available.

Coastal Training Technologies, 2008

Heat stress, heat stroke, heat rashes, heat cramps – all are dangerous to your employees. This training DVD will give them the knowledge they need to avoid the dangers of working in hot, humid conditions.

Bloodborne Pathogens: Just the Facts (DVD)

Employee handbooks (English/Spanish) available.

Coastal Training Technologies, 2008

Let this program help you meet the annual training requirement for any employee who can be reasonably expected to be exposed to blood or bodily fluid on the job and use it to prepare all employees to deal safely with this type of exposure. This will give all viewers a complete picture of the risks of exposure, the kinds of diseases potentially present in blood and bodily fluids and the best practices to implement in order to stay safe in the event of exposure.

Bloodborne Pathogens: First Responder (DVD)

Employee handbooks (English/Spanish) available.

Coastal Training Technologies, 2007

The machines and equipment found in most industrial settings involve hazards. If accidents happen, protect your industrial emergency responders from bloodborne pathogens at the scene in your workplace. Bloodborne pathogens can kill but with this award-winning program, designed for industrial employees, your workers will get the tips and training needed to guard themselves from such deadly organisms.

Bloodborne Pathogens: Know the Risk (DVD)

Employee handbooks (English/Spanish) available.

Coastal Training Technologies, 2007

Complies with annual training requirements (OSHA 1910.1030) and teaches all employees common sense guidelines to protect themselves from the serious threat of bloodborne disease in the workplace.

Bloodborne Pathogens: Protect Yourself (DVD)

Employee handbooks (English/Spanish) available.

Coastal Training Technologies, 2007

This informative program covers precautions concerning bloodborne pathogens, making it ideal for workers who are on the scene of accidents. It will provide your employees with elementary information on bloodborne diseases.

Infectious Disease Awareness and Prevention (Instructor Package-CD)

Rutgers/NTI 2004  

This course is targeted at transit employees who work directly with the public and those responsible for cleaning, servicing and maintaining transit vehicles.
60 Minutes: "The Science of Sleep"
Leslie Stahl
Airdate: 3/16/2008
CBS Broadcasting Inc. (C)

DVD

Fatigue is a critical element  in driver reaction times.  It is important for all drivers to have a firm understanding of fatigue awareness. Lesley Stahl finds out why we sleep and learns that sleep is as important to our health as nutrition and exercise.

Video excerpt: (Courtesy of cbsnews.com)
“The testing for alertness and reaction time has real-world relevance. Virginia Tech's Transportation Institute did a study of what causes car crashes. They got 241 volunteers to agree to have their cars wired with five cameras each. Over a year's time they found that driving drowsy was the riskiest behavior of all. 'You only need two seconds to have a lapse, in driving a car at 60 miles an hour, to drift completely out lane. You're off the road in four seconds. And those kinds of lapses and slowed reaction times begin to appear fairly early.’ The Exxon Valdez spill happened after midnight with a man at the helm who'd slept only four hours the night before; Chernobyl and Three Mile Island also occurred late at night and involved human error. And the assistant captain who crashed the Staten Island ferry into a pier, admitted that he felt exhausted before the accident.”

Have A Nice Day! Prepare, Identify; De-escalate, Defend (VHS)

San Diego Transit, National Transit Institute; 2001

Teaches operators skills and techniques for maintaining a safe environment on their buses. It encourages operators to focus on what they can do to help ensure that they have a nice day-every day. The program includes interactive lessons on preventing problems from the start, managing situations so they don't escalate out of control, and defending against a physical attack when all else fails. 

Working with Stress (DVD)

National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health (NIOSH) 2002

The nature of work is changing rapidly.  Now more than ever, job stress poses a threat to the well-being of workers and organizations. This video provides the public with the knowledge to overcome this threat.

Pocket Guide to Chemical Hazards

National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health (NIOSH) 2005

 

This video provides important safety information regarding chemical hazards.

 

Violence on the Job (DVD)

National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health (NIOSH) 2004

Safety and health at work for all people through research and prevention.

Respirators: Your TB Defense and TB Respiratory Protection: Administrator’s Review (DVD)

National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health (NIOSH) 2002

 

Emmy award winner Loretta Swit hosts this presentation of two highly requested NIOSH programs.  Respirators: Your TB Defense is designed to educate health care workers on proper respiratory protection. TB Respiratory Protection: Administrator’s Review takes you step-by-step through developing a respiratory protection program for tuberculosis.