Safety Videos

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757 SCAFFOLD SAFETY Fire Safety and Security
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Training program for anyone working on or near scaffolding. Basic safety rules, operating procedures and how to use scaffolds safely without injury. Meets minimum legal training requirements for scaffold safety.

7.32 MINS.
769 SAFETY TRAINING AND EMERGENCY PREPAREDNESS Fire Safety and Security
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This program introduces students to HAZWOPER Emergency Preparedness. Explains how petroleum products were formed, the first oil well, petroleum refining and emergency preparedness for petroleum products. Can be used for all industries, since many chemicals and products are petroleum based.

8.56 MINS.
790 FIRE EXTINGUISHER TRAINING AND USE Fire Safety and Security
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A Fire Extinguisher is simple, but to be effective people must be trained how to use the equipment in the event of an emergency. This training program explains the various classes of fire, different types of equipment, key word Pass and many other tips for emergency use of fire extinguishers.

15.03 MINS.
798 RETAIL SECURITY Fire Safety and Security
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Basic employee security program, employee theft, deterrents, handling cash, credits, shoplifting, and more.

11.00 MINS.
838 SUBCONTRACTOR SAFETY Fire Safety and Security
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Excellent program to provide training to subcontractors on the job site. Subcontractors may not have adequate safety training and could pose a hazard to other contractors on the job site. Helps reduce liability and injury exposures.

11.18 MINS.
840 FLAMMABLE LIQUIDS SAFETY Fire Safety and Security
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Designed as a training program for employees working with flammable liquids. Explains LEL, UEL, flashpoints and other pertinent information that all employees working with flammable should know and understand.

9.22 MINS.
768 EARTHQUAKE SAFETY Miscellaneous
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Earthquakes can occur anywhere, and emergency preparedness is important. This video explains emergency consideration in dealing with earthquake emergencies.

12 MINS.
804 WASTE MANAGEMENT Miscellaneous
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This program will introduce you to the concept of waste minimization, how it works, and useful tips on how to begin your program, as well as showing you how to turn waste chemicals into a profit centre.

12 MINS.
833 DOG BITE PREVENTION Miscellaneous
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Dog bites have been recognized as the number one injury for meter readers, mail carriers, and residential service employees. This video details the techniques for recognizing problem animals as well as confrontation avoidance.

13 MINS.
777 STRESS MANAGEMENT Occupational Health
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This program is designed to explain stress on the job, how to manage and control it. Recognition of stress symptoms, how it interferes with productivity, and how it can become a serious liability if not properly managed are covered.

19 MINS.
782 HOW TO STOP BLEEDING Occupational Health
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Features a medical doctor explaining the basics of how to stop bleeding in an emergency. Realizing the hazards of transmitting HIV or HBV by contact with contaminated human blood, it is still impor- tant for everyone to be aware of life saving emergency procedures, whether at work, home or play.

9.18 MINS.
784 HEARING CONSERVATION Occupational Health
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Excellent program to teach employees the fundamentals of noise, hearing loss and conservation. Explains graphically how the ear works, what causes hearing loss and how to prevent such hearing damage. Good program for all industries.

12.08 MINS.
792 DRUG TRAINING PROGRAM IN THE WORKPLACE Occupational Health
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Program designed by drug testing consultants to help allay an fears of persons who may be tested for substance abuse in the workplace. Complements any testing program currently or soon to be enforced in all organizations. Explains screening safeguards, testing procedures, medical review officer confidentially and more. Interviews with substance abusers, counsellors and undercover drug enforcement officers.

42 MINS.
794 HEALTH FACTORS IN WELDING OPERATORS Occupational Health
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Excellent program for welders. It explains a variety of precautions to take, possible health problems involved in welding operations, and tips on how to generally improve the employees’s health.

27.10 MINS.
795 CARPAL TUNNEL SYNDROME Occupational Health
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This program explains what carpal tunnel syndrome is, how to prevent it and what employees can do to reduce the efforts of carpal tunnel syndrome.

14.37 MINS.
807 HYGIENE FACILITIES Occupational Health
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Employees working in Food and Beverage service must have adequate training in sanitation, bacte- ria growth, temperature controls, personal hygiene, food handling and insect/rodent control. This video explains the basic requirements.

4.14 MINS.
813 BIOLOGICAL HAZARDS (BLOODBORNE PATHOGENS) Occupational Health
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Designed as an information and training video providing precautionary information on exposure to bloodbourne pathogens (Hepatitis B and H.I.V. virus). Interesting video covering a wide range of occupations.

18.19 MINS.
828 CARBON MONOXIDE Occupational Health
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Define carbon monoxide poisoning and how to reduce the effects of this health hazard. Almost every industry is exposed to carbon monoxide, but very little attention is paid to the effects of this hazard. Excellent program for awareness and training.

14.21 MINS.
829 VIDEO TERMINAL SAFETY Occupational Health
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This program is designed for anyone using VDT’s, and helps explain some of the myths about elec- tromagnetic radiation and other effects of VDT usage. VDT’s are safe if used properly. This program explains how to avoid eye strain and the persistent neck and backaches associated with VDT usage.

10.53 MINS.
842 RECOGNIZING CHEMICAL DEPENDENCY AND WHAT TO DO ABOUT IT Occupational Health
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This program emphasizes symptom recognition, evaluation, and how to handle employees whose work or behaviour is below performance standards due to substance abuse. We do not dictate drug/alcohol policy, but have designed the program to interface with any company’s policy on drug/alcohol abuse in the workplace.

21.49 MINS.
716 WRITTEN SAFE WORK PROCEDURES AND PLANNED JOB OBSERVATION Occupational Safety
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WRITTEN SAFE WORK PROCEDURES AND PLANNED JOB OBSERVATION Only 10% of all accidents in the workplace are caused by unsafe conditions while 88% are caused by people. This video explains how to tackle the vast majority before they happen. There are five essential steps involved in developing the program to suit your environment. • Identify all critical jobs and the personnel. • List hazards and risks. • Divide duties into logical steps. • Compile check list of safety standards, incorporate list in job training, ensure that rules are followed. • Conduct a periodic job observation, analyze extent to which new standards are observed.

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717 SAFETY MATTERS Occupational Safety
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This program outlines basic job responsibilities, safe work practices on the job, including house- keeping, safe lifting, personal protective equipment. Meets requirements for training employees in the general hazards to which exposed.

12 MINS.
735 PREMISES AND HOUSEKEEPING Occupational Safety
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Introduction to the 5 Star Health & Safety System and Category 1, including buildings and floors, light-ing, ventilation, hygiene, pollution, housekeeping, stacking and storage, scrap and refuse disposal.

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736 ELECTRICAL, MECHANICAL AND PERSONAL SAFEGUARDING Occupational Safety
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Category 2 which includes guarding, ladders stairs and walkways and scaffolding, lifting gear, hazardous substances control, motorised equipment, portable electrical equipment, and general electrical installations, tools, ergonomics, protective equipment, clothing and safety signs.

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737 FIRE PROTECTION AND PREVENTION Occupational Safety
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Category 3: includes fire extinguishing equipment, means of escape, maintenance of equipment, storage of flammable or explosive materials, alarm systems, fire drills, security systems, and emergency planning.

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738 ACCIDENT RECORDING AND INVESTIGATION Occupational Safety
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Category 4: includes injury/disease record, incident reporting and investigation, damage reporting and investigation rehabilitation practices, incident statistics, insurance and apportioning of costs, and incident recall.

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739 HEALTH AND SAFETY ORGANIZATION Occupational Safety
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Category 5: includes designated responsibilities for safety, person(s) made responsible for safety/occupational hygiene co-ordination, health and safety committees, first aid, safety promotion, annual report - loss control achievements, induction and job safety training, medical examinations, stress control, biological hazards, risk assessment, plant inspections by safety representatives, inter- nal safety audits, written safe work procedures, planned job observation, off-the-job safety, health and safety policy - management involvement and leadership.

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741 CRANES, CHAINS AND SLINGS Occupational Safety
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Lifting heavy items in the plant is a fact of life. So is the safe use of chains, slings and hoists. This video explains inspection, safety procedures, sling angles, hooks, and general rigging techniques.

141/2 MINS.
752 THE 5 STAR HEALTH & SAFETY MANAGEMENT SYSTEM Occupational Safety
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series examines the require-ments of each of the 78 elements in 4 to 6 minute modules on the following 5 tapes.

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755 FIT TESTING RESPIRATORS Occupational Safety
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Explains the need for and proper procedures for testing, maintaining and using respiratory equipment.

101/2 MINS.
761 EMPLOYEE SAFETY ORIENTATION Occupational Safety
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All employees must be made aware of the general hazards to which they are exposed. This program includes the basic requirements, electrical, mechanical, back injury prevention, fire protection, personal protective equipment and more.

15 MINS.
764 GAS MONITORING IN CONFINED SPACES Occupational Safety
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Excellent refresher for anyone using air monitoring equipment in confined spaces, emergency response operation and other areas where potentially hazardous gases exist. Emphasizes safety procedures, continuous air monitoring techniques and types of gases and oxygen deficiency.

121/2 MINS.
766 HOW TO DEVELOP AND IMPLEMENT A SAFETY PROGRAM Occupational Safety
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fully developing and implementing an effective safety program. These steps, when implemented have

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767 HAZARDOUS SUBSTANCES CONTROL, LABELS & WARNINGS Occupational Safety
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NFPA labelling and identification program is explained so employees, supervisors and other personnel are aware of the meaning of these labels and identification placards. Firefighters are particularly interested in this program, but it is extremely important that employees know and understand what these signs and placards means.

7.40 MINS.
775 HAZARDOUS MATERIALS. LEAKS, DRIPS, SPILLS Occupational Safety
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Very good program for anyone working in a repair shop, maintenance facility or other general main- tenance area. Explains the basic safety rules for working with a variety of chemicals and hazardous materials. e.g. solvents, flammables, glues, gases and other potentially hazardous materials.

15 MINS.
783 FORKLIFT SAFETY Occupational Safety
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A comprehensive program for anyone operating forklifts in the manufacturing environment. Teaches students engineering principles, operating safety rules and operative maintenance. Excellent program for operator trainee.

161/2 MINS.
785 SAFETY COMMITTEES - THE REAL STORY Occupational Safety
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In the limited time allowed by the manufacturing industry, effective health and safety committees may be difficult to achieve, but can be effective if properly used. In most cases, safety committees become a burden rather than providing true benefit. This program explains how to make them effective, without wasting time or effort.

12.09 MINS.
786 SAFETY AND ATTITUDE OF MIND Occupational Safety
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Program designed to help motivate employees to work efficiently, and to be more productive and be certain to include safety in their every day work habits. The training emphasizes the need to work safely to achieve productivity.

10.03 MINS.
787 CONFINED SPACE ENTRY Occupational Safety
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This program explains a specific procedure, hazards encountered and steps to be taken to prevent deadly mistakes in confined spaces.

111/2 MINS.
789 PEOPLE AND EQUIPMENT SAFETY IN WAREHOUSES, OPERATIONS Occupational Safety
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This program is designed for anyone working in a warehousing environment. Emphasizes the co-existence of forklift operators and personnel with the responsibility for safety upon both equipment operators and people who do not operate equipment, stresses how each individual has the responsibility for safety, and not only equipment operators.

10.30 MINS.
791 DOCUMENTATION OF SAFETY EFFORTS Occupational Safety
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Teaches supervisors (and employees) the importance of providing written documentation for all safety and training efforts. More and more regulatory and legal agencies are requiring written documentation to “prove” that training and safety efforts are accomplished. This program outlines the standards and how to meet these requirements.

10 MINS.
799 FIRST AID FOR SUPERVISORS Occupational Safety
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Good programs for supervisors. Explains basics of first aid, types of injuries, and treatment. This gives the non-certified supervisor basic information which helps improve supervision of first-aid trained personnel and reinforces the need for good first-aid procedures in the workplace.

11 MINS.
800 OFFICE SAFETY Occupational Safety
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The program is designed for anyone working in an office environment. Explains the most common hazards and resulting injuries in an office. Program discusses chairs, ladders, office equipment, video display terminals, safe lifting, and basic fire prevention.

10 MINS.
802 KITCHEN SAFETY Occupational Safety
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Explains machine safety, slips and falls, chemicals, knives, food slivers, electrical safety and information necessary to prevent equipment and food preparation accidents and injuries.

13.17 MINS.
805 RESPIRATORY EQUIPMENT Occupational Safety
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Employees rarely understand the who, what, where, when and why of respirator use. They may have general ideas, but this program will give them the important facts regarding the use of a respirator. Employees will also feel more secure in wearing them once they know the correct procedure.

12.47 MINS.
806 PERSONAL PROTECTIVE EQUIPMENT Occupational Safety
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Excellent program designed to emphasize the importance of using personal protection when required. Explains hard hats, gloves, eye protection, hearing protection and other aspects of protective equipment.

7.45 MINS.
808 FIRE PROTECTION/ELECTRICAL SAFETY Occupational Safety
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Great program which teaches the employee more about these important subjects. Supplements the legal requirements for emergency preparedness training and reinforces safety orientation training in fire protection and electrical safety.

91/2 MINS.
809 EARTH LEAKAGE RELAYS Occupational Safety
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Excellent program, reviewing what earth leakage circuit breakers are all about, how they work and general safety procedures for protecting against electrical shock.

111/2 MINS.
810 CUSTOMER LIABILITY AND ACCIDENTS Occupational Safety
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Comprehensive program for all employees on customer accidents, slips/falls, property damage, vendors, and other aspects of third party liability.

131/2 MINS.
812 HOW TO PROPERLY USE COMPRESSED GAS CYLINDERS Occupational Safety
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Designed for anyone using compressed gas cylinders. Explains basic safety procedures, compressed gas cylinder hazards and how to properly use these cylinders.

8.24 MINS.
816 BACK INJURY PREVENTION/LIFTING SAFETY Occupational Safety
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The wide variety of lifting tasks in the manufacturing Industry require specific techniques to be accomplished safely. This program provides an in depth look at proper lifting techniques under difficult conditions and hazards resulting from incorrect lifting methods. It is definitely a “must see” program for employees before an accident occurs, and good for retraining employees who experience a back injury.

9/2 MINS.
817 WORKPLACE INSPECTIONS Occupational Safety
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Overview of what workplace inspections are all about, how to complete inspections forms, and the basics relating to unsafe acts and conditions found in any type of workplace.

11.42 MINS.
818 EYE PROTECTION, A NEW APPROACH Occupational Safety
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This program explains eye protection requirements in a humorous manner. You’ll find your employees respond well to this entertaining and informative tape.

121/2 MINS.
819 FORKLIFT INSTRUCTOR TRAINING - A NEW APPROACH Occupational Safety
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This video is actually three short programs in one (engineering principles, operating rules and equipment maintenance), for instructors/trainers to concentrate on each subject. (Training mate- rials are available)

181/2 MINS.
820 HAND AND WRIST INJURIES Occupational Safety
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Excellent program to train employees in preventing hand and wrist injuries. Explains how these injuries occur, the anatomy of the wrist and hand, and general prevention techniques to reduce these types of injuries.

10.51 MINS.
822 HAND AND POWER TOOL SAFETY Occupational Safety
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Excellent program to help reduce injuries when using hand and power tools, explains electrical safety, impact tools, wrenches, cheater bars and miscellaneous safety tips when using different hand and power tools, emphasizes on safe use behaviour and attitude.

131/2 MINS.
823 STORING AND HANDLING COMPRESSED GASES Occupational Safety
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Explains how to handle cylinders, proper storage and general safe handling procedures and techniques are covered.

10 MINS.
831 HOW TO INVESTIGATE AN ACCIDENT Occupational Safety
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Teaches supervisors the basics of accident investigation, the important points to consider when developing facts for an accident report. Goes through a scenario of an accident investigation.

13.22 MINS.
834 ACCIDENT DOMINO SEQUENCE Occupational Safety
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Accident prevention is both a science and an art. It represents above all things control. Accident don’t just happen, they are caused by a sequence of events leading up to them. Factors that affect and follow a downgrading incident are: CONTROL: lack of self control • absence of supervisory control • lack of controlled standards PERSONNEL: lack of skill knowledge • unsafe attitude ignoring accepted safety standards UNSAFE ACTS: eliminating dangerous behaviour/conditions ACCIDENTS: undesired event which result in physical harm to people, damage to plant and/or loss to process INJURY/DAMAGE: loss of time/production • pain and suffering • damage COST: to victim/family, property/equipment damage and company profit lost Understanding how accidents happen is the first step in avoiding them. This video will help you do just that.

18 MINS.
839 GRINDING AND ABRASIVE WHEELS Occupational Safety
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Grinders and abrasive wheels are common and potentially dangerous tools. If improperly used, grinders can explode like hand grenades. This video explains safe use, procedures and maintenance of grinders and abrasive wheels.

131/2 MINS.
843 JOB SAFETY ANALYSIS Occupational Safety
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Program explains what Job Safety Analysis is all about and how to conduct a job safety analysis.

10 MINS.
778 TAPE ONE SAFETY TEST PROGRAM
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• Reporting to Work - Your Responsibilities • Personal Protective Equipment Responsibilities • Back Safety Responsibilities • Back Safety Overview • Office Ergonomics • Flammables/Combustibles

1 HOUR AND 8 MINS.
779 TAPE TWO SAFETY TEST PROGRAM
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• Fire prevention Responsibilities • Machine Guarding Responsibilities • Ergonomics • Safety of People and Equipment in Warehouse Operations • Bloodborne Pathogens for Non-Healthcare Workers • Environment & Your Responsibility

1 HOUR AND 9 MINS.
740 TROUBLED EMPLOYEE Supervisory/Management Leadership
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Behaviour, poor performance, accidents and injuries, attitude problems, can often be directly attributed to employees with personal problems. This program looks at some symptoms and what supervisors can do.

17.00 MINS.
759 TIME MANAGEMENT Supervisory/Management Leadership
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This program explains how to recognize time loss, how to find out where it’s going and basically how to organize the supervisor’s time to get the maximum return on investment. Good course on managing time, specially tailored for front line supervisors/lead persons.

20.00 MINS.
765 EMPLOYEE PRODUCTIVITY Supervisory/Management Leadership
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Program designed to help motivate employees to work efficiently, to be more productive and certainly to include safety in their every day work habits. Emphasis is on productivity, but the train- ing emphasizes the need to work safely to achieve productivity.

10.42 MINS.
770 SUPERVISOR LEADERSHIP EXCELLENCE “UNDERSTANDING PEOPLE Supervisory/Management Leadership
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Each supervisor and each employee is different with different wants, needs, motivations, personalities, and work habits. Understanding more about people and how to interact with or “reach” employees is the key factor in developing effective leadership skills. This program touches on Maslow, Herzberg, McGregor, and Hawthorne studies, as well as other manage- ment theories. Supervisors can make their own decisions as to which theory best fits their needs to develop a unique style of leadership, blending their personality, education and experience.

23 MINS.
788 EMPLOYEE TRAINING RESPONSIBILITIES Supervisory/Management Leadership
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Preparation for training employees, their follow-up training and types of training most effective in the work environment are the main focus of this video. Each of these areas are covered with an eye toward maximum efficiency to save time, effort and money. It also emphasizes the need for supervisory participation in the training process.

22.30 MINS.
796 UNDERSTANDING DISABILITIES Supervisory/Management Leadership
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This program discusses people with mental or physical disabilities. Understanding some of the myths about the subject and the abilities of people with disabilities can be a self-fulfilling experience, which many carry over to improve “people” skills in the workplace and certainly society as a whole. Excellent program of value to all managers, supervisors and employees.

21 MINS.
814 THE TRAINING INSTRUCTOR Supervisory/Management Leadership
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Excellent program to teach supervisors and training instructors how to develop a lesson outline, how to make presentations, proper documentation of training efforts and more.

11.40 MINS.
815 SAFETY TIPS FOR NEW SUPERVISORS Supervisory/Management Leadership
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Developed for non-professional people assigned the job of coordinating a safety program. Explains fundamentals and some special tips necessary to develop an effective safety program.

13 MINS.
824 ABSENTEEISM/TARDINESS Supervisory/Management Leadership
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Supervisors are absolutely the key in reducing absenteeism and tardiness. This program explains the concepts, methods and follow-up necessary to achieve company goals in reducing these problems.

15.30 MINS.
825 SETTING THE EXAMPLE Supervisory/Management Leadership
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Excellent program designed to illustrate the concept of “setting the example”. It tries to raise the supervisor’s consciousness about leadership by example and reaping the benefits by increasing productivity, morale and cooperation among their employees.

23 MINS.
826 SEXUAL HARASSMENT Supervisory/Management Leadership
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This program takes a look at the problem, explains how to deal with it and offers useful tips in avoiding/eliminating sexual harassment, all without overstepping your current policies. The pro- gram is directed at employee-employer relationships, but also covers supervisor-employee relations.

13 MINS.
830 DISCIPLINE, THE SUPERVISORS ROLE Supervisory/Management Leadership
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Discipline is one of the least understood leadership skills. Without in any way distracting from your current policies and procedures, this program will explain what discipline is all about, how to achieve it, handling counselling and documentation, as well as how to avoid disciplinary actions.

23.00 MINS.
832 TEAM BUILDING Supervisory/Management Leadership
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Cooperation, team effort, morale, and attitudes are; all the things that make up an effective and aggressive team in the workplace. Team building skills are discussed, targeted to the many influences supervisors have on their employees.

12.00 MINS.
835 HIRING AND FIRING Supervisory/Management Leadership
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Maybe the supervisor is not in charge of hiring and firing, but one way or another they do have responsibilities in the process. Leadership skills and understanding how to properly implement hiring and firing procedures is critical to any organization.

19.00 MINS.
836 COMMUNICATIONS FOR SUPERVISORS Supervisory/Management Leadership
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How to develop better and more effective communications between management and employees. This program explains two-way communications, feedback, openness, honesty with employees, behaviour and generally how to gain the respect of employees.

23.00 MINS.
837 SUPERVISORS RESPONSIBILITIES Supervisory/Management Leadership
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Supervisors generally understand their job and responsibilities, but this program explains in more specific ways those responsible and how to accept accountability for actions taken. It’s not enough to be just “put in charge”.

19 MINS.
837 SUPERVISOR/EMPLOYEE REVIEWS Supervisory/Management Leadership
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Performance evaluations are an integral part of the effectiveness within an organization. Evaluating an employee’s performance is vital to feedback and good communications. This video emphasizes the supervisor’s responsibility in evaluating employee performance.

17.30 MINS.
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