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Bloodborne Pathogens
While not transmitted through casual contact, bloodborne pathogens present a risk in just about any workplace. 
Dr. Andrew Zolopa Stanford University School of Medicine 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 job... read more
Bloodborne Pathogens: Always Protect Yourself
Educate your employees on how to protect themselves from bloodborne pathogens.
This safety training program is designed to educate your employees on how to protect themselves from bloodborne pathogens.The Bloodborne Pathogens Always Protect Yourself training video presents the circumstances of an exposure situation from three perspectives: the victim, the responder and the co-... read more
Bloodborne Pathogens: Control Your Exposure
This program is filled with compelling arguments for the importance of taking the proper precautionary measures against exposure.
This safety training program is designed to heighten awareness about the important issue of bloodborne pathogens. The Bloodborne Pathogens Control Your Exposure training video portrays an employee receiving a post-exposure evaluation at an occupational clinic and is filled with compelling arguments ... read more
Bloodborne Pathogens: Protection In The Home Care Setting
Home healthcare providers can be exposed to blood and potentially infectious body fluid, regardless of specific responsibilities.
As a home healthcare provider, you can be exposed to blood and potentially infectious body fluids - regardless of your specific responsibilities. Bloodborne Pathogens Protection In The Home Care Setting outlines the proper precautions that you should follow to ensure your safety on the job. Covers O... read more
Employee Safety Orientation: Starting Out Right
While no one expects a new employee to remember everything right away, it is important to make safety an immediate job priority. 
Ten Fundamental Safety Topics for All EmployeesFor 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 eve... read more
Fire Basics in the Workplace
Shows the four classes of fires, how to prevent each kind of fire, the proper fire extinguisher to use, and how to use it properly.
The Fire Basics in the Workplace training program shows the four classes of fires, how to prevent each kind of fire, the proper fire extinguisher to use, and how to use it properly. Fire Basics in the Workplace also illustrates the classes of fire: Class A: Combustible Materials (wood, paper, fabric... read more
GHS Labels and Safety Data Sheets
OSHA is requiring that employees are trained on the new labels (e.g., pictograms and signal words) and Safety Data Sheet format.
The Globally Harmonized System (GHS) is an international approach to hazard communication, providing a new system for classification of chemical hazards, and a standardized approach to labels and safety data sheets. OSHA is requiring that employees are trained on the new labels (e.g., pictograms and... read more
Hazard Communication: GHS Your Key to Chemical Safety
Despite years of training on Hazard Communication, employees often ignore the hazards of chemicals in the workplace. 
Despite years of training on Hazard Communication, employees often ignore the hazards of chemicals in the workplace. The Hazard Communication GHS Your Key to Chemical Safety training program takes a fresh approach to HazCom and gives practical information on the use of chemicals to answer the follow... read more
HazCom for Healthcare: A GHS Overview
This is an OSHA Compliance topic that requires training by December 1st, 2013 for employees working with chemicals.
Healthcare workers are excited and proud to care for patients and help them live long, healthy lives. Yet, in this same environment, caregivers can expose themselves and their patients to many chemical hazards. The Occupational Safety and Health Administration’s (OSHA) Hazard Communication standard ... read more
HazMat Awareness: Starting Point for Safety
Emphasizes the total team effort required of shippers, handlers, and carriers in safely handling a hazardous material.
The Hazmat Awareness Starting Point for Safety training program emphasizes the total team effort required of shippers, handlers, and carriers in safely handling a hazardous material. Viewers are reminded that the MSDS contains the information individual employees need to know to protect themselves w... read more
HazMat: What You Need to Know
The number one goal of HazMat (HazCom) training is to reduce accidents and injuries. 
The OSHA Hazard Communication Standard (HCS or HazCom) requires that employees who work with potentially hazardous chemicals receive information about how to use these substances safely. This includes knowing how to read and understand the newly revised Globally Harmonized System (GHS) labels and 16... read more
H1N1 Flu (Swine Flu)
What You Need To Know There is widespread concern over the risk of exposure to the deadly H1N1 Flu (Swine Flu). The virus has one trait that could turn it into a global health emergency: the ability to spread from human to human.
What You Need To Know There is widespread concern over the risk of exposure to the deadly H1N1 Flu (Swine Flu). The Swine Flu virus has one very important trait that could turn it into a global health emergency: the ability to spread from human to human. Now is not the time to panic, now is the time... read more