Safety Training DVD Combo-Pack: EHS Plus, 56 Disc

Safety Training DVD Combo-Pack: EHS Plus, 56 Disc

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Our EHS Plus Combo-Pack is our most comprehensive DVD set yet. With 56 individual DVDs, this set will keep your team engaged with over 18 hours of self-paced training content. Or use each one as a training supplement to your ongoing instructor-led program. Either way, you'll have loads of options to stay compliant with this huge set.

This 56 DVD set includes:

  1. Aerial Work Platform Safety
  2. Arc Flash Safety
  3. Asbestos Awareness
  4. Bloodborne Pathogens
  5. Combustible Dusts
  6. Compressed Air Fundamentals
  7. Compressed Gas Cylinder Safety
  8. Confined Space Entry - Permit Required
  9. Crane and Hoist Rigging Safety
  10. Emergency Action Plans
  11. Ergonomics for Industrial Environments
  12. Escape Respirators and SCSRs
  13. Fall Prevention and Protection
  14. Fire Extinguisher Safety
  15. Fire Safety
  16. First Aid for Common Injuries
  17. First Aid for Emergencies
  18. First Steps in All First Aid Situations
  19. Flammable and Combustible Liquids
  20. Forklift Safety
  21. Forklifts - Reducing Product Damage
  22. Formaldehyde Awareness
  23. Hand and Power Tools
  24. Hand Safety
  25. Hazard Communication GHS
  26. Hearing Conservation
  27. Heat Stress Causes
  28. Hexavalent Chromium
  29. Hot Work Permit
  30. Hot Work Safety
  31. Hydraulic Fluid Safety
  32. Hydrogen Sulfide Awareness
  33. Job Hazard Analysis
  34. Ladder Safety
  35. Laser Safety
  36. Lead Awareness
  37. Lead-based Paint Safety
  38. Line Breaking Safety
  39. Lockout Tagout
  40. Machine Guarding
  41. OSHA Electrical General Requirements
  42. Overhead Crane Basics
  43. Overhead Crane Operational Safety
  44. Pedestrian Safety
  45. Personal Protective Equipment
  46. Radiation Safety
  47. Respirators
  48. Safety and Health - Advanced
  49. Safety and Health - Basic
  50. Slips, Trips, and Falls
  51. Stormwater Pollution Prevention
  52. Supported Scaffold Safety
  53. Trenching and Excavation Safety
  54. Trenching and Excavation Soil Properties
  55. Valve Basics
  56. Valve Performance

Asbestos Awareness
Dispel some of the common myths about asbestos by educating your team about Asbestos Containing Materials (ACM) and how to work safely around them. This course describes the most common types of asbestos as well as the hazards asbestos may present. It provides an overview of the history of asbestos use, exposure limits, detection, prevention, and regulation. It also covers some of the potential effects of long-term exposure including asbestosis, lung cancer, and mesothelioma. Based on 29 CFR 1910.1001

Bloodborne Pathogens
This course defines bloodborne pathogens and describes common methods of transmission. It also provides details related to exposure risks, exposure prevention, and steps to take in the event of exposure to blood or potentially infected material. Hepatitis B, HIV, proper hygiene, and waste disposal are also discussed. Based on 29 CFR 1910.1030

First Steps in All First Aid Situations
The first moments of every emergency situation are always the most critical. Use this course to learn about the "DR. ABC" method and the importance of quickly calling 9-1-1. This course also explains how and when to perform artificial respiration and CPR, as well as how to use an automatic or semiautomatic external defibrillator (AED.) Based on 30 CFR Part 46.5.c.

First Aid for Emergencies
Be prepared to help in emergency situations. Use this course to prepare yourself and your team to recognize the symptoms of and provide first aid in various life-threatening emergency situations. A broad range of common emergencies are discussed, including heart attack, cardiac arrest, shock, choking, stroke, blood loss, amputations, poisoning, seizures, drug overdose, diabetic emergencies, and loss of consciousness. Based on 30 CFR Part 46.5.c.2

Compressed Air Fundamentals
Prepare yourself and your team to work safely with and around compressed air systems. Use this course to get a better understanding of the benefits and uses of compressed air. This course discusses the types of compressors (reciprocating, rotary screw, and centrifugal) , the relationship between pressure, temperature and volume, gauge vs. absolute pressure, and air quality considerations. Additional topics include air cooling and drying as well as managing airborne, oil, and moisture contamination.

Compressed Gas Cylinder Safety
Prepare yourself and your team to work safely with and around compressed gas cylinders. This course describes compressed gas cylinders and how they are commonly used. Use this training module to raise awareness about potential hazards and learn best practices for storage, transport, installation, and use of compressed gas cylinders. Missile hazards and types of compressed gases are also discussed.

Fire Extinguisher Safety
We see them hanging on the wall every day but most people know very little about fire extinguishers. Use this course to educate your team on the fire triangle, the types of fires that can occur in the workplace, and how and when to use a fire extinguisher. This course also describes when to evacuate and provides some proper maintenance tips for fire extinguishers. Based on 29 CFR 1910.15

Fire Safety
Be prepared to keep yourself and your team safe in the event of a fire. This course covers the nature of fire, preventative and protective measures, fire sprinklers, smoke detectors, alarms, extinguishers, evacuation, and the stop-drop and roll technique. Fire classifications and basic fire extinguisher use is also discussed. Based on 29 CFR 1910 Subpart L.

First Aid for Common Injuries
Unfortunately, everybody gets hurt at some point. Use this course to prepare yourself and your team to recognize the symptoms of and provide first aid for various common injuries and illnesses. This course discusses concussions, eye injuries, burns (heat and chemical) , fractures, dislocations, bites (insect, animal, and human) , and environmental exposure emergencies such as heatstroke, hypothermia, and dehydration. Based on 30 CFR Part 46.5.c.2

Hazard Communication
Get a better understanding of the importance of container labeling for a safer workplace. This course discusses OSHA's Hazard Communication Standard (HCS) and the requirements for a written Hazard Communication Program (HCP.) Learn about the four factors of chemical exposure and additional topics such as workplace chemicals, chemical exposure, chemical labeling, Material Safety Data Sheets (MSDS) , and methods of controlling physical and health hazards. Based on 29 CFR 1910.1200

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