Emergency Planning & Response

Emergency Preparedness At Work $17.99/view
  Emergency Preparedness At Work - The Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) has concluded that the “Big One” will be the worst disaster in the United States since the Civil War. California is not the only earthquake prone area either. An estimated 44 of our 51 states are now considered to be earthquake prone. In fact, most parts of the world produce earthquake activity and it can happen anytime. This program is called “Emergency Preparedness in the Workplace” and it will save lives and prevent injuries if the steps within the program are followed. Topics included in this safety video are: safety measures during the earthquake, people are the number one priority, training, Pre-Emergency Drills, exits, fire suppression equipment, “Duck, Cover, and Hold,” aftershocks, entering or exiting damaged buildings, gas lines, downed power lines, telephones, water supplies, battery operated radios, vehicles, outdoor barbecues, hibachis, and camping stoves, shut off gas, home emergency supplies, isolation, and absence of emergency services.
Adult/Child and Infant CPR and AED $17.99/view
  Adult/Child and Infant CPR and AED program focuses on review of adult, child, infant CPR and obstructed airway. The Automated External Defibrillator (AED) will be introduced. The program provides information on CPR skills and techniques that may save a life. CPR compressions have changed which may be inaccurate. Based on research and technology, the National Standard recommendation for CPR is to include breaths with compressions. CPR is more effective with chest compressions and breaths.
Earthquake Safety (Misc.) $17.99/view
  Earthquake Safety program provides procedures to follow in the event of an earthquake that may save your life. Preparing for an earthquake is everyone's job. California and other parts of the country are subject to earthquakes and these earthquakes can occur any time of the year. To many Californians and others who live in earthquake-prone areas, the word “earthquake” means fear. What should we do when the windows start to rattle or the chandelier begins to swing slowly back and forth?
Electrical Safety Related Work Places Standard (Machinery) $17.99/view
  Electrical Safety Related Work Places Standard program will explain the new standard and safe work practices. In August 1990, OSHA issued a new standard on electrical safety related practices for general industry. These performance oriented regulations complement the existing electrical installation standards by addressing safe work practices as a means to prevent electrical injuries. The new standard adds sections 1910.331 through 1910.335 to sub-part S, which is actually the National Electric Code adopted by OSHA.
Emergency First Aid $17.99/view
  Emergency First Aid - First Aid is the immediate care given to the injured or suddenly ill person. It is temporary assistance that is rendered until competent medical care, if required, arrives and takes over. Emergency First Aid means dealing with urgent conditions. This program has been designed to help provide basic information that will help you properly apply first aid that can save lives, reduce recovery time and can possibly be the difference between temporary disability or lifelong disability for the victim. This training program is designed to provide information you can use to help victims, if you are the only person at the scene of an accident, or you are required to assist others.
What To Do In Case of an Emergency $17.99/view
  What to do in case of an emergency program is about emergency action to help you and your fellow workers in the event of a major emergency. No matter what job you have or in what industry, safety is your responsibility. It is management’s responsibility to provide safety training and information about your job, machines, equipment and potential hazards. Training is an ongoing process. The company must have written policies, procedures and personnel trained to respond to emergencies. Everyone in the organization should be familiar with emergency procedures.

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