PLEASE CHOOSE 10 VIDEOS FROM THE FOLLOWING LIST:
1002D BACK INJURY PREVENTION THROUGH EXERCISE
This program outlines pro-active approach to back injury prevention. Specifically, a routine of exercises will build up the strength and endurance of your back. Remember, a strong healthy back is less prone to injury.
1061I HOW FAR CAN YOU FLY?
“How Far Can You Fly?” – Wear Your Seat Belts (Non-Gory) - Our “Safety Expert,” C. Harley the safety investigator, reviews seat belts and why people should use them. This program contains extremely graphic images of the results of not wearing seat belts. This is an excellent motivational program to help employees understand the importance of wearing seat belts when operating or riding in a vehicle.
1071I DRIVING A MOTOR VEHICLE UNDER THE INFLUENCE
13005A DOT ALCOHOL AND DRUG RULES
(English) (49 Min.)
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.
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.
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.”
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.
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.
13029A FATIGUE MANAGEMENT
Shift Work Fatigue Surveys program focuses on understanding fatigue from shift work and procedures to cope with change. Surveys show that shift workers are chronically deprived of sleep and this group has approximately twice as many automobile accidents as regular 9 to 5 day workers. Inattentiveness and loss of alertness are among the most important contributors to human error. Experience and statistics have shown that human error is the primary cause of 85% to 98% of accidents and injuries. People who work rotating shifts suffer a higher rate of illness and death than day shift workers.
13034A DISTRACTED DRIVING
Distracted Driving program provides logical and factual information to help you make better driving decisions. There are three main types of distraction: Visual - taking your eyes off the road, Manual - taking your hands off the wheel, Cognitive – taking your mind off what you're doing. Distracted driving is any non-driving activity a person engages in that has the potential to distract him or her from the primary task of driving and increase the risk of crashing. While all distractions can endanger drivers' safety, texting is the most alarming because it involves all three types of distraction. This training video demonstrates distracted driving and the consequences of such actions. Driver distraction could present a serious and potentially deadly danger. In 2009, 5,474 people were killed in U.S. roadways and an estimated additional 448,000 were injured in motor vehicle crashes that were reported to have involved distracted driving. Distracted driving comes in various forms, such as cell phone use, texting while driving, eating, drinking, talking with passengers, as well as using in-vehicle technologies and portable electronic devices. An important addition to your Defensive Driving library.
17001A RADIO COMMUNICATIONS
All new program designed to help employees become familiar with the role and usage of radio in transportation. Covers all aspects of radios, including safety precautions.
17013A MURDER CYCLES (NON-GORY)
C. Harley - Murder Cycles (Non-Gory) "Murder Cycles" is another C. Harley program is targeted to anyone operating motorcycles. It explains personal protective equipment and much more. Cameo appearances and interviews with Larry Hagman (JR of Dallas TV series) and Senator Ben "Nighthorse" Campbell, both avid motorcyclists. Also contains footage from the Laughlin, Nevada motorcycle convention/rally.
17014A WEAR YOUR SEATBELTS (NON-GORY)
C. Harley - "How Far Can You Fly?" program topic is seat belts and why people should use them. This is an excellent motivational program to help employees understand the importance of wearing seat belts when operating or riding in a vehicle. C Harley, Safety Investigator, appears in this program
17017A DEFENSIVE DRIVING
This is not just another Defensive Driving course, but one that provides factual and specific information for a greater understanding of vehicle safety and driving. Course contains graphic images of accidents and actual accidents as they occurred. This course discusses blind spots, safe following distances and mirror adjustments. Included are reminders of railroad crossings, pedestrian courtesy and safety, vehicle condition and maintenance. Seat belt usage and condition and sharing the road are important topics discussed in this program. Other topics include the dangers of drowsy driving, how aging affects driving, sharing the road with trucks and smaller vehicles, driving the speed limit, road rage and how to prevent it, drinking and driving, hydroplaning and what to do in case of an accident. No driving course would be complete without mentioning the dreaded cell phones, ipods and texting. Distracted driving is fast becoming a recognized hazard in today’s driving environment.
7062A CARBON MONOXIDE POISINING
9001A JUMP START YOUR BATTERY
Great training for anyone handling acid batteries. This program explains battery construction, personal safety, jump-starting, and charging batteries. This program is also found as 10008a, being somewhat modified for the category in which it is found.
9002A MOTOR FLEET MAINTENANCE SAFETY VIDEO
Meets OSHA requirements for mechanic safety training. Addresses hazards associated with vehicle maintenance and repair. Explains basic tools, electrical hand tools, fire hazards, and more.
9004A ORIENTATION FOR AUTOMOTIVE PERSONNEL
This video instructs new and experienced personnel in general hazards exposure in an automotive shop, such as clothing, tool safety, maintenance, eye protection, electricity, etc. Meets OSHA training requirements. This video is also found in most all other categories, being somewhat modified for the category in which it is found.
9007A HAND AND POWER TOOL SAFETY
Good introduction to hand and power tool safety. Explains procedure for tool safety, housekeeping, and other safety procedures. Great refresher course.
9009A FLEET SHOP SAFETY AND HAZARDOUS MATERIALS
Addresses hazardous materials and safety issues common to the automotive shops. Specifically targets material safety data sheets, chemicals, asbestos, and safety procedures. This program is also found as 13008a, being somewhat modified for the category in which it is found.
9011A HAZARD COMMUNICATIONS
Meets OSHA's "right to know" requirements. Explains material safety data sheets, labels, and general information on using or handling hazardous materials. This video is also found in other categories as: 1003a, 2002a, 5002a, 17000a, 5-1015, being somewhat modified for the category in which it is found.
9012A HUMAN BEHAVIOR/REDUCING UNSAFE ACTS
Explains unsafe acts, written counseling, and information useful to management in efforts to eliminate accidents and injuries.
9017A CHAINS, CRANES, SLINGS, HOISTS
Excellent program for anyone using overhead cranes/jib hoists. Discusses slings, lifting, angles, safety procedures, inspection procedures, and more.
9021A FIRE EXTINGUISHER USE AND PROCEDURES
Instructs employees on all facets of fire extinguishers. Explains PASS and other necessary information to ensure proper use of fire extinguishers, and various classes of fire.
9030A FIRE EXTINGUISHER 2000
Fire Extinguisher 2000 program discusses the Classes of fires and the proper chemicals used to extinguish them in a safe manner. We cannot possibly cover all aspects of extinguishing agents and fire prevention in this program but the information will help you become more familiar with extinguishers, fire prevention and a better understanding of emergency action in the event of a fire.