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This compelling meeting opener shows how taking a shortcut to save time can have devastating consequences for you and your loved ones. Ted has to decide whether to bypass a series of safety rules during a maintenance procedure so he could get to his son's baseball game on time, or follow the rules and arrive late. Viewers will see how the right choice allowed Ted to see Brad play and how the wrong choice cost him his life.
This four-minute, upbeat music video spotlights common slip, trip and fall hazards in unique and entertaining fashion. Inspired by the Rolling Stones tune, "Satisfaction," the custom lyrics to this music video provide a warning to those workers who move about the workplace in an unsafe manner. The program features a variety of realistic slip, trip and fall stunts that teach memorable lessons on distracted walking, running, poor housekeeping, improper ladder use, spills, moving equipment...
While it only takes a second to suffer a traumatic workplace injury or even death, it also only takes a second to be safe. That's the theme of this new meeting opener that features 12 incidents resulting from unsafe acts. This follow-up to the original "It Only Takes A Second" is the perfect tool for grabbing your employees' attention at the start of any safety meeting.
Your employees will have a better sense of safety awareness after watching this three-minute meeting opener. Good for all work environments, the video features a series of incidents that result in injury. This video is the perfect tool for starting any safety meeting!
This five-minute meeting opener features a variety of dramatic injury re-enactments designed to grab your employees' attention. Viewers can relate to the distractions, haste and lack of attention that lead to these mishaps. Show your employees that sometimes all it takes to prevent an injury is to take a moment to stop and think.
Everyone needs positive reinforcement. In this unique presentation, friends and family members say "thank you" to the employees who have helped keep their loved ones safe by correcting hazards, speaking up about unsafe acts and participating in the company's safety program. This upbeat safety message will set an optimistic tone for your next safety meeting.
This is the story about how one wrong step or one wrong action can change your life forever. Candace Carnahan had worked at a local paper mill three years and was familiar with the environment; so familiar that she thought nothing of taking an often-used shortcut by stepping over a conveyor system that ran at floor level. One day she stepped too short, catching her foot in the conveyor and eventually losing her left leg from the knee down. In this video, Candace dramatically describes...
This seven-minute meeting opener focuses on the saga of John Spencer, a maintenance worker dedicated to safety. In fact, he had just won the monthly safety award at his plant. Unfortunately, John was killed at work before receiving the award after taking a shortcut.
This five-minute meeting opener uses graphic accident re-enactments set to music to force your employees to think about the consequences of unsafe acts. Viewers will be ready to devote their full attention to the upcoming training topic after watching this thought-provoking video.
This eye-opening four-minute meeting opener will capture your employees' attention and show them just how easily workplace injuries can happen. Features 10 graphic accident re-creations with actual worker testimony to set the tone for your next safety meeting.