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Trucking and Transportation Safety Training Package - Choose Any 10 Videos From This Series

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13001A   TRUCKING SAFETY ORIENTATION
(English or Spanish) (12 Min.)
Meets OSHA requirements for training employees in exposed general hazards. Addresses footwear, clothing, personal protection, lifting safely, material handling, forklift safety, and general safety requirements in a terminal distribution center.

13002A   HAZARD COMMUNICATIONS FOR THE TRUCKING AND WAREHOUSE INDUSTRY
(English) (16 Min.)
Required by OSHA for training all employees in chemicals/hazardous materials used in the workplace. Explains material safety data sheets, labeling, and basic safety when using these materials.

13003A   SAFE LIFTING FOR THE TRUCKING AND WAREHOUSE INDUSTRY
(English) (13 Min.)
The variety of lifting tasks in the distribution industry require specific techniques to be accomplished safely. Provides an in depth look at proper lifting techniques under difficult conditions, and hazards resulting from incorrect methods. It is definitely a must see program for employees before an accident occurs. Good for retraining employees who experienced a back injury.

13004A   TRUCKING INDUSTRY - VEHICLE PRE-TRIP INSPECTION  
(English) (9 Min.)
This is an excellent refresher for drivers on what to inspect on the rig before beginning a haul. Explains fifth wheel, king pin, O ring, and other inspections required before operating the vehicle.

13005A   DOT ALCOHOL AND DRUG RULES  
(English) (49 Min.)
One hour program designed to meet the DOT requirements for training truckers in substance abuse and drug testing program.

13006A   SAFE OPERATION OF MOTOR VEHICLES
(English) (18 Min.)
Program designed for anyone operating a motor vehicle on freeways or city driving. Explains many basics of the laws as a reminder of awareness of information drivers should know, but have a tendency to forget. California Highway Patrol provides assistance showing drunk driving arrest, court appearance, community service, and much more. High impact for anyone operating an auto, light truck, or other on-the-road vehicle.

13007A   FLEET SHOP SAFETY AND HAZARDOUS MATERIALS
(English) (16 Min.)
Awareness program for fleet mechanics exposed to hazardous materials in their jobs.

13008A   SHOP SAFETY FOR THE TRUCKING AND WAREHOUSE INDUSTRIES
(English or Spanish) (22 Min.)
Safety orientation program for mechanics and persons working in automotive/fleet maintenance facilities.

13009A   THE CONSEQUENCES OF DRIVING A MOTOR VEHICLE UNDER THE INFLUENCE
(English) (11 Min.)
Designed to graphically demonstrate the consequences of driving under the influence. A drunk driver is pulled over, given a sobriety field test, taken to jail, and then appears before a judge for sentencing. Excellent program to make people aware of their driving responsibilities. Portions of the video shot on location with actual Highway Patrol officers and police.

13010A   LOADING AND UNLOADING TRAILERS
(English) (14 Min.)
Instructs individuals who load and unload trailers. Covers safe lifting, safety precautions when driving on or off the trailer with lift equipment, and more.

13011A   MOTORCOACH INSPECTION LEVEL ONE
(English) (36 Min.)
Describes the process for planning and conducting motorcoach Destination, En Route, and Terminal inspections. Explains the applicability of the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Regulations (FMCSR) while differentiating between a truck and a motorcoach.

13012A   ROAD RAGE
(English) (16 Min.)
Aggressive driving, erratic/dangerous behavior on our highways is becoming an everyday occurrence. This short training program is designed to illustrate this behavior and what can be done to prevent people from causing road rage or being a victim of aggressive driving of others. Explains prevention techniques and what to do if you experience hostile or dangerous drivers. Program demonstrates how individuals can change their aggressive behavior. Exam With 20 Questions Available On Diskette.

13013A   THINK N DRIVE
(English or Spanish) (20 Min.)
This is an excellent training program for beginners or advanced students. This particular video is unique, in that it shows driving conditions in today's busy, fast-paced environment and illustrates many new applications that are not found in standard DD courses.

13014A   PREVENTING SLIPS AND FALLS IN TRUCKING
(English) (8 Min.)
Most injuries in trucking are caused by truck drivers slipping and falling from their vehicles during entry and exit from the vehicle.  This training program was developed to train truckers how to properly enter/exit the vehicle, using the three point triangulation system, in addition to the proper footwear and other safety basics.  This program, if implemented will greatly reduce accidents and injuries from trucking slips and falls.  Good for all truck drivers, not just 18 wheelers.

13015A   LEVEL 1 INSPECTIONS
(English) (15 Min)
Roadside inspections are part of life for professional drivers. The main purpose of roadside inspections is to give the commercial motor vehicle and its driver and on-the-spot safety check. If you know your truck and you’re sure it’s ready for inspection, it will make the stop little more than a slight delay. This program prepares drivers for these inspections and teaches drivers from the inspectors what they are looking for and how to pass these inspections.

13016A  HOURS OF SERVICE
(English) (14 Min.)
This program easily breaks down the proper way to document legal on duty time. Some hours of service laws do very slightly from state to state however this program discusses the laws established by the Federal Motor Carrier's Safety Administration. The program first starts by discussing the 11hr/14hr. rule, 7-60 rule, 8-70 rule. The program also goes over the driver's daily log sheet, and monthly log sheet. This program will teach you the proper way to calculate on and off duty time.

13017A  TRANSPORTATION PROFESSIONALS - NUTRITION AND HEALTH
(English) (15 Min.)
This program gives good insight into why good nutrition is important as bad nutrition can lead to problems such as heart attack, weight gain, diabetes, and other health related problems. This program talks about eating right and getting proper exercise while on the road.

13018A  DRIVING IN EXTREME WEATHER CONDITIONS
(English) (10 Min.)
This program discusses several different types of conditions that you might encounter while driving such as heavy rain, snow, black ice, poor visibility, construction, and driving at night. This program offers several good suggestions to help you avoid an accident.

13019A  HEAVY TRUCK BRAKING SYSTEM AND BRAKING TECHNIQUES
(English) (10 Min.)
This program teaches the viewer about the different types of braking system found on large trucks and how they are different than smaller cars. This program illustrates how important maintaining the braking system is and how much force must be used to stop a fully loaded truck within a short distance. The program shows the difference between standard braking systems and ABS enabled systems and how they work.

13020A SAFE BACKING OF TRACTOR TRAILER RIGS
(English) (11 Min.)
This video discusses some of the mechanics and techniques required in the backing of large vehicles such as Tractor Trailers however the techniques may also apply to other large vehicles. This program talks about the cone of invisibility that is present when you are backing a large vehicle and how to minimize accidents, injuries, and property damage.  This program also teaches you the proper way to dock your trailer safely so as to avoid an accident such as the trailer creeping forward from the dock.

13021A  HOURS OF SERVICE FOR PROPERTY CARRYING VEHICLES
(English) (9 Min.) VHS $160.00 | DVD $160.00
This program easily breaks down the hours of service laws established by the Federal Motor Carrier's Safety Administration. The program first starts by discussing the 11hr/14hr. rule, 7-60 rule, 8-70 rule. This program does NOT cover the driver's daily log.

13022A  BOBTAILING AND JACKKNIFING
(English) (8 Min.) This video explains what "Bobtailing" a tractor is and why it is dangerous. It also explains the basics of braking and it explains different ways braking can affect the trailer and cause it to "Jackknife.”

13023A  INTERSECTIONS - EXPECT THE UNEXPECTED
(English) (7 Min.)
This video illustrates the dangers that can happen when crossing through an intersection. This video shows different scenarios of common events that can happen when going through an intersection.

13024A  DRIVER’S DAILY LOG
(English) (8 Min.)
This program explains what guide lines the Federal Motor Carrier's Safety Administration requires as to what type of information is to be recorded on the driver’s daily log. This program shows examples of how a driver can record their daily log activities and how to properly document them.

13025A  REST STOP ROUTINES
(English) (14 Min.)
Working in the trucking industry increases a person’s risk for developing musculoskeletal problems and other health problems due to the long hours in the same sedentary position. Many muscular problems occur from the position a person works in, long hours in this position, and the vibrations from the truck. This program is designed to show you a few things that you can easily do to counteract the negative effects on the body that commonly affect people in the trucking industry.

13026A  EATING FOR ENERGY
(English) (12 Min.)
A lot of what we eat at truck stops, plazas, and  restaurants taste good but aren’t good for us. Eating right can often be a challenge but it doesn’t have to be difficult. We need to know what foods are good for us and what amounts of them we should consume.

13027A  CSA 2010 AND HOW IT AFFECTS YOUR ORGANIZATION
(English) (15 Min.)
CSA 2010 builds on FMCSA’s current processes for assessing and improving the safety performance of motor carriers and drivers through a new safety measurement system and a new suite of tools. This program introduces you to CSA 2010, goes over the basics, talks about the Safety Measurement System (SMS), training,  explains what carriers are supposed to do, talks about early contact, investigations,  and it explains how CSA 2010 effects you.

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