Human Resources / Supervisor Training


Course Name AMOUNT TO BUY
Communications for Supervisors $17.99/view
  Communications For Supervisors - Communication is the foundation of leadership. There are literally hundreds of ways we communicate with speech, hands, eyes, body language, direction, the way we talk with others, the way we listen. Communication is more than talking. Your effectiveness as a supervisor depends somewhat on your verbal skills, your attitude towards people, your non-verbal gestures and signals and certainly, your listening skills.
Discipline: The Supervisor’s Role $17.99/view
  Discipline: The Supervisor's Role - What could be more important than discipline in any organization? But, how do you achieve effective discipline? What is the key to success?
Documentation of Safety Efforts $17.99/view
  Documentation Of Safety Efforts - Documentation is legal proof of something you have accomplished. Documentation is written proof and it's designed to demonstrate your accomplishment to regulatory agencies. In the event of legal action, documentation is part of your legal defense. To demonstrate your proof, the documentation must be written or you must otherwise be able to reconstruct or demonstrate what you're trying to prove. Topics covered in this safety video include: determining the best training methods, proving that the employee received the training, written safety policies and procedures, Hazard Identification and Correction Program, enforcement of safety rules, written counseling, and disciplinary action.
Understanding People – A Supervisor’s Perspective $17.99/view
  A Supervisor’s Perspective - This program will not cover each element of human behavior or the many theories of psychology, but we will provide some understanding of the more common theories, so you'll be better equipped to understand why your employees act and perform their jobs the way they do. The objective is to understand your employees and the leadership requirements necessary for dealing with each different personality. Topics covered in this safety video include: Abraham Maslow: Theory Of Hierarchy, McGregor’s Theory, Hawthorne studies, job content or hygiene, feedback, perception, attitude development, and motivation. Runtime: 23 Min.
Supervisor Leadership - Improving Immigrant Worker Performance $17.99/view
  Supervisor Leadership - Improving Immigrant Worker Performance - As we have discussed in other training programs, Management, Supervisors, and other employees are in challenging times today in the workplace. Misunderstandings, poor communications, and decreasing productivity are the leading causes of these challenges resulting in accidents, injuries, illnesses and of course, lower efficiency and productivity. This program is designed to explain how Native supervisors and management can improve the assimilation of immigrant workers into the workplace. The stakes are high, but the benefits are enormous for those organizations who understand their workforce and help immigrants be better employees.
Introduction to OSHA $17.99/view
  Introduction To OSHA - Today's workers go to their jobs confident that they will return safely, and in good health. While hazards still may be encountered on the job, for the most part these risks are controlled. Prior to the OSHA Act more than 14,000 workers died and more than 50 million workers suffered disabling injuries every year simply by doing their jobs. Since OSHA was created, work-related deaths have decreased by more than 62% and work-related injuries decreased by more than 42%.
Spanish Speaking Workforce $17.99/view
  Spanish Speaking Workforce: Communication For Safety And Effective Production - Welcome to our program on communicating with your Latino workforce. This program will help you understand the Latino culture, beliefs, and to improve safety and work performance. Our objective is to help you understand the important elements of understanding and how to motivate your Latino workforce for safety and productivity.
Sexual Harassment – What Employees need to know (Long Version) $17.99/view
  Sexual Harassment - What Employees Need to Know program defines sexual harassment, provides tips on how to recognize sexually harassing behavior and what to do if you are a victim. In order to be productive and to do the best job they could do, they must have a working environment free from discrimination. Discrimination of any type has no place in an organization and sexual harassment is perhaps the most destructive form of discrimination. But what exactly is sexual harassment? It's not always as easy to define as you may think. In this program, we'll define what sexual harassment is, give you tips on how to recognize sexually harassing behavior, and advise you on what you should do if you're a victim of sexual harassment.
Responsibilities of a Supervisor $17.99/view
  Responsibilities Of A Supervisor - You're responsible for productivity, efficiency, safety, security, housekeeping, the list is endless. When something goes wrong, it's your responsibility. "What exactly are your responsibilities and liabilities, your capabilities, and limitations?" Well, that's what this program is all about. Let's start with a few basic statements. Your primary responsibility is also the most difficult…managing other people. The success you'll have in people management is directly related to a number of skills.
Safety and the Supervisor $17.99/view
  Safety And The Supervisor - All of a sudden your boss says safety is your responsibility. Oh no, not another job. Now you're burdened with accident reports, safety training, making sure employees follow safety rules and wear appropriate personal protective equipment when required. Safety is your responsibility. You're a supervisor. You're responsible for everything your employees do or fail to do, nothing new. The company safety manager or coordinator isn't responsible for safety. The supervisor is the only person having direct control over employees; therefore, the supervisor is absolutely responsible and accountable for safety. Let's take a look at exactly what this responsibility means and basically how safety programs should work.
Setting the Example for Your Employees $17.99/view
  Setting The Example For Your Employees - One of the most powerful tools supervisors can use is setting a good example. You're not going very far up the leadership ladder without it. Your people observe your actions every day. They know more about your habits than you do. The example you set will influence your employees more than your words.
Sexual Harassment - What Managers Need to Know (California Requirements) $17.99/view
  Sexual Harassment - What Managers Need To Know - (California Requirements) - Discrimination of any type has no place in any organization, and sexual harassment is perhaps the most destructive form of discrimination. To accomplish this goal, we all need to be aware that sexual harassment exists and it must not be tolerated on any level. As a manager or supervisor you can help stop sexual harassment before it gets started. An employee's best defense against sexual harassment may be as simple as using the word NO.
Sexual Harassment In The Workplace $17.99/view
  Sexual Harassment in the Workplace program defines sexual harassment, provides tips on how to recognize sexually harassing behavior and what to do if you are a victim. In order to be productive and to do the best job they could do, they must have a working environment free from discrimination. What exactly is sexual harassment?
Supervisor’s Role In Injury Claims $17.99/view
  Supervisor's Role In Injury Claims - An employee reports an injury to the supervisor. There are specific procedures you need to follow, to make sure both the employee and the company are properly protected and that legal and insurance requirements are fulfilled. It's the supervisor's responsibility.
Emergency Evacuation $17.99/view
  Emergency Evacuation program covers evacuation procedures in emergency situations with emphasis on safety. Concern and commitment for the safety and health of all employees is a high priority. Throughout the world, there are disasters of many types such as hurricanes, floods, bombs, toxic chemical releases, radioactive releases, fires, tornados, earthquakes, and other disasters. One of the most important considerations in surviving any type of disaster is preparing for the emergency.
How To Investigate an Accident $17.99/view
  How to Investigate an Accident program explains workplace accidents may lead to property damage or work injuries. There are non-injury accidents and injury accidents. Most companies provide a safe and healthy work environment. Companies and supervisors must take an active role in accident prevention and accident investigation as an integral part of their safety program. Accident investigation is an important part of accident prevention. This program addresses the basics of accident investigation and accident prevention with emphasis on safety procedures.
HUMAN ASPECTS OF SAFETY: HOW TO PREVENT ACCIDENTS $17.99/view
  Human Aspects of Safety: How to Prevent Accidents program analyzes unsafe acts in the workplace and how to avoid them. All humans have the same basic needs – to be safe, secure, have enough to eat and have a happy life. Some of the things that apply to almost everyone during our work day – how do we prevent accidents - we follow safety rules, policies and procedures.
Injury and Illness Prevention Plan $17.99/view
  Injury and Illness Prevention Plan is one of the most important documents a company can have as a safety guidebook. The Injury and Illness Plan is a guide to prevent injuries and illnesses. Some states have made these IIPPs mandatory. Congress is debating on whether to make these IIPPs mandatory for all businesses thru the Occupational Safety and Health Act or OSHA.
JOB SAFETY ANALYSIS "Find It Before It Finds You" $17.99/view
  Job Safety Analysis "Find It Before It Finds You” program provides the steps to be taken when performing a JSA. There are many tools which organizations use to help reduce and eliminate accidents and injuries. One of the more important tools is what we call the job safety analysis. It's been around for a long, long time. JSA or Job Safety Analysis is just fancy words for finding out potential job hazards and unsafe procedures so we can reduce accidents. In recent years, job hazard analysis has crept into the safety vocabulary as OSHA requires hazard assessments in many of their standards.
Personal Liability In The Workplace Pranks And Harassment $17.99/view
  Personal Liability in the Workplace-Pranks & Harassment program was developed from the high demand for this training. Liability for pranks and harassment in the workplace is extremely high, with record lawsuits stemming from not only the practice of such actions, but from companies ignoring the problem and not taking action to prevent it. This training demonstrates to all employees that there could be personal liability for such action, as well as company liability. Program explains the problem and provides the steps to take to prevent such actions in the workplace. The training includes phone calls, broadcasting derogatory jokes, calls, postings on the Internet and social media outlets. This program should be viewed by all employees, supervisors and management, to reduce individual and company liability.
Preventing And Responding To Workplace Violence $17.99/view
  Preventing and Responding to Workplace Violence program discusses the causes of workplace violence and prevention strategies. Workplace safety has become a major concern to managers and employees alike. With incidents like what happened at Columbine High School and Virginia Tech, educational institutions are not immune to these types of incidents. Media attention has resulted in fear and apprehension, yet these less common than is popularly believed.
Reporting For Work - Your Safety Responsibilities $17.99/view
  Reporting for Work-Your Safety Responsibilities is a reminder about basic safety information. The program provides some safety tips and documentation on training and safety information. You are in control of safety at work and home. This program is about basic safety information and a better understanding of safety.
SEXUAL HARASSMENT - WHAT EMPLOYEES NEED TO KNOW $17.99/view
  Sexual Harassment - What Employees Need to Know program defines sexual harassment, provides tips on how to recognize sexually harassing behavior and what to do if you are a victim. In order to be productive and to do the best job they could do, they must have a working environment free from discrimination. Discrimination of any type has no place in an organization and sexual harassment is perhaps the most destructive form of discrimination.
Sexual Harassment - What Managers Need To Know $17.99/view
  Discrimination of any type has no place in any organization. Sexual harassment is the most destructive form of discrimination. Not dealing with sexual harassment can undermine the success of morale in any organization. Managers can help prevent sexual harassment by making sure everyone is knowledgeable of the company’s policy on this subject. This program will explain the manager’s role in sexual harassment situations and how to resolve them.
Sexual Harassment What Employees Need To Know $17.99/view
  Sexual Harassment - What Employees Need to Know program provides information on how to handle a complaint. In this video, you will learn what Sexual Harassment is, how to prevent it or stop it, and how to report it if it happens to you. Sexual harassment is against the law and your company’s policy. Under federal law, sexual harassment is an unwelcome sexual advance, requests for sexual favors and other verbal or physical conduct of a sexual nature requiring the employee to consent as a condition of employment.
Sexual Harassment An Investigators Guide $17.99/view
  Sexual Harassment - An Investigator's Guide program provides on-camera experiences by professionals on how to investigate a sexual harassment complaint. After the interviews are completed, the investigator will examine the objective facts in order to reach a conclusion. These facts include: whether the complaint was raised in a timely manner, if not why? Whether similar complaints had been raised previously; the motivation for the complainant as to fabricate the story; the motivation for the alleged harasser to deny the incidents, whether anything of substance claimed by the complainant or the alleged harasser was proven to be untrue.
SHIFTWORK FATIGUE $17.99/view
  Shift Work - Preventing Fatigue can affect work performance. People who work rotating shifts suffer a higher rate of illness and death than day shift workers. Experience and statistics show that human error is the primary cause of 85% to 98% of accidents and injuries. If a person does not get his required sleep, he accumulates a sleep debt, which can only be eliminated through sufficient amounts of sleep. Sleepiness is the brain's signal that warns you that you need to sleep.
SUPERVISOR LEADERSHIP EXCELLENCE - COMMUNICATIONS FOR SUPERVISORS $17.99/view
  Supervisor Leadership Excellence-Communications for Supervisors program provides important tips on communicating with your employees. Communication is the foundation of leadership. There are literally hundreds of ways we communicate with speech, hands, eyes, body language, direction, the way we talk with others, the way we listen. Communication is more than talking. Your effectiveness as a supervisor depends somewhat on your verbal skills, your attitude towards people, your non-verbal gestures and signals and certainly, and your listening skills.
Understanding People - A Supervisors Perspective $17.99/view
  Understanding People – A Supervisor’s Perspective program is designed to provide an overview of how these relationships occur and the sic psychology of human behavior. - The most important aspect of leadership is the relationship developed between management and employees. This relationship determines the organization’s efficiency, discipline, safety, security, productivity.
UNSAFE ACTS - HUMAN BEHAVIOR (SUPERVISOR) $17.99/view
  Unsafe Acts - Human Behavior is the cause of most accidents. This is according to the Insurance Industry, Governmental agencies and the National Safety Council who have analyzed employee accident investigations over the years. We have determined that the overwhelming cause of most industrial accidents and injuries can be attributed to the unsafe acts of employees.
Spanish Speaking Workforce: Communication For Safety and Effective Production $17.99/view
  Spanish-Speaking Workforce: Communication for Safety and Effective Production program will help you understand the Latino culture, beliefs, and to improve safety and work performance. Our objective is to help you understand the important elements of understanding and how to motivate your Latino workforce for safety and productivity.
Improving Immigrant Work Performance and Safety $17.99/view
  Supervisor Leadership - Improving Immigrant Worker Performance program is designed to explain how native supervisors and management can improve the assimilation of immigrant workers into the workplace. As we have discussed in other training programs, Management, Supervisors, and other employees are in challenging times today in the workplace. Misunderstandings, poor communications, and decreasing productivity are the leading causes of these challenges resulting in accidents, injuries, illnesses and of course, lower efficiency and productivity. The stakes are high, but the benefits are enormous for those organizations who understand their workforce and help immigrants be better employees.
Introduction To Workplace Safety (For Spanish and English Speaking Employees) $17.99/view
  Introduction To Workplace Safety - In the workplace, no matter what country or business where you work, everyone has the same goal. Personal safety is important for a good life for you and your family, with the benefits of a good job and ability to provide for your family. Safety earns you respect because it requires responsibility, effort and working with a team spirit to be accident free.
New Rule on Record-Keeping - OSHA Form 300 $17.99/view
  The New Rule on Recordkeeping-OSHA Form 300 was implemented for compliance effective January 1, 2002. The revisions provide better information and occupational illnesses and injuries and causes. Emphasis is placed on better protection of an employee’s privacy. The new rule was created to help employers identify workplace hazards and correct conditions hazardous to employees by maintaining records and tracking injuries, illnesses, and their causes. The new rule simplifies the recordkeeping system and the use of technology for employees.
YOUR RIGHT TO FILE A COMPLAINT WITH OSHA $17.99/view
  Your Right to File a Complaint with OSHA process. If you think your job is unsafe and you want to ask for an inspection, contact OSHA. It is confidential. If you have been fired, demoted, transferred or discriminated against in any way for using your rights under the law, you must file a complaint with OSHA within 30 days of the alleged discrimination. Topics discussed include: Complaint filing options, how to file your discrimination complaint, when can a complaint be filed, who can complain, and what information must the employee provide.
WHY IS OSHA IMPORTANT TO YOU? $17.99/view
  Why is OSHA Important in the workplace is covered in this program. Prior to the OSHA Act more than 14,000 workers died and more than 50 million workers suffered disabling injuries every year simply by doing their jobs. Since OSHA was created, work-related deaths have decreased by more than 62% and work-related injuries decreased by more than 42%. This video is designed to teach you why OSHA is as important to you as a worker.
Imminent Danger Refusing to Work Because Conditions are Dangerous $17.99/view
  When you believe working conditions are unsafe or unhealthful, you should call your employer's attention to the problem. If your employer does not correct the hazard or disagrees with you about the extent of the hazard, you also may file a complaint with OSHA. This video is a guide to help you understand what conditions could cause you to refuse to work in "good faith."
SAFETY ORIENTATION IN OFFICE ENVIRONMENTS $17.99/view
  Safety Orientation for Office Environments program focuses on safety in an office environment and how to avoid injuries. Most office workers do not consider safety as part of their responsibilities. The most important part of office safety is thinking safety on the job in an office environment. Injury statistics show that 85 to 98% of all accidents/injuries result from unsafe acts of employees. Although there is no heavy equipment, there is still potential for injuries such as slips and falls, electrical safety and exposure to chemicals and fires. When people take shortcuts or forget about safety, that’s when an injury occurs.
 
 
 

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