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  • Preventing Hand Injuries
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    Preventing Hand Injuries

    Hand injuries on the job can happen for many different reasons and the results of those injuries can be life-changing. In less than a second, hands can be cut, crushed, burned or even worse.

  • Preventing Retaliation in the Workplace
    • 2007

    Preventing Retaliation in the Workplace

    Preventing Retaliation in the Workplace Recognize. Respond. Resolve. The strongest weapon you have in preventing retaliation in your workplace is training your employees.

  • Preventing Slips Trips and Falls - General Industry
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    Preventing Slips Trips and Falls - General Industry

    Provides detailed information about how to create a safe environment for both employees and customers. 

  • Preventing Workplace Bullying
    • 2012

    Preventing Workplace Bullying

    Through vignettes that illustrate bullying on the part of both leaders and co-workers, this program teaches viewers that the keys to preventing workplace bullying.

  • Principles of Probable Cause
    • 2000

    Principles of Probable Cause

    The Principles of Probable Cause training program teaches by scenarios, the principles of detaining suspects for probable cause.

  • Principles Of Security
    • 2001

    Principles Of Security

    Each correctional facility has its own unique security requirements, but the principles of security are the same everywhere.

  • Problem Exercises – Staff-Inmate Relations
    • 2001

    Problem Exercises – Staff-Inmate Relations

    A number of problem situations correctional officers encounter on the job are dramatized. After each situation, the video is stopped and officers are asked to assess the problem and decide how to handle it.

  • Problem Solving For First Line Supervisors

    Problem Solving For First Line Supervisors

    This program will improve the problem solving skills of both new and experienced supervisors by allowing them the opportunity to fine-tune their decision-making skills in the non-threatening environment of the classroom.

  • Professional Email Etiquette

    Professional Email Etiquette

    Avoid embarrassing errors and make your best impression on customers and colleagues.

  • Professionalism 101
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    Professionalism 101

    The Professionalism Series provides essential information on the big issues like dress codes and asking for a raise as well as on matters seldom covered like dealing with office politics and surprise visits from higher-ups.

  • Proper Lifting Techniques

    Proper Lifting Techniques

    Keeping Your Workplace Safe: You can’t rely on instinct when it comes to lifting properly. Learn techniques for lifting heavy or oversized objects.

  • Protecting Your Back
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    Protecting Your Back

    We never think about what’s going on inside our back until something goes wrong. And even then, once we know what’s wrong, we’re in a hurry to get better. 

  • Protecting Your Knees
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    Protecting Your Knees

    How often do we think about our knees? Probably not much, unless they’re causing you pain. If you have a physical job, our knees can take a beating if we’re not paying attention to how we’re using them. 

  • Protecting Your Shoulders
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    Protecting Your Shoulders

    The Protecting Your Shoulders training program will cover the things your employees can do to keep their shoulders healthy.

  • Re-imagine! Business Excellence in a Disruptive Age
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    Re-imagine! Business Excellence in a Disruptive Age

    Tom Peters

    Based on Tom Peters' latest book, this video visits seven companies that are using innovation and "out-of-the-box" thinking to excel in today's business world.

  • Ready. Set. CHANGE!
    • 2008

    Ready. Set. CHANGE!

    Reacting Smarter. Adapting Faster. Engaging Together.
    As organizations change with increasing speed, so does the pace in which employees must respond. Employees need the skills to react, adapt, and engage together.

  • Reasonable Suspicion
    • 2000

    Reasonable Suspicion

    The Reasonable Suspicion training program reviews the legal issues for stopping, detaining, and pat searches.

  • Recession as Opportunity with Tom Peters
    • 1992

    Recession as Opportunity with Tom Peters

    Tom Peters

    In a re-release of Tom Peters classic program "Recession as Opportunity," you will learn Tom Peters six strategies for surviving a recession (and for positioning yourself for future growth).

  • Recognizing Drug and Alcohol Abuse For Managers

    Recognizing Drug and Alcohol Abuse For Managers

    Do you know an alcoholic or an illegal drug addict? Chances are good that you do – chances are good that you work with one, too.

  • Red Meeting Opener
    • 2010

    Red Meeting Opener

    SpiritClips

    A short film, Red reveals through the power of metaphor that all it takes is one person to end a cycle of harassment and intimidation in the workplace.

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