Streaming Safety Videos

Streaming Safety Videos

At PLM, we are committed to you and your business throughout your entire time as an insured. We understand that there is no good time to experience a loss and that is why we like to work with you to prevent those that are avoidable.

We are pleased to offer our customers streaming safety training videos through Mastery Technologies and Driver’s Alert. Our streaming safety video programs are another way that we aim to keep you safe. By providing you the tools to ensure that your business is safe, we hope to help you thrive.

As a PLM customer, you can work with your Loss Control Representative to identify the areas where training is needed, as well as map out a training video plan for your business. Our experienced loss control staff will hand-select courses to ensure that the information is most pertinent to you and your business.

Watch this Sample Video from Mastery Technologies:

“Fire Extinguishers: Ready to Respond”

To browse the PLM streaming video library through Mastery Technologies, click on the type of training topics you are interested in. Click on a title for an overview of the course.

Drivers / Lift Operators

Aerial Work Platforms: Safe Operation of Scissor and Boom Lifts

This training course is on the safe operation of aerial work platforms, specifically scissor and boom lifts. The improper use of aerial lift work platforms may cause equipment to tip, resulting in serious injury or death. This course explains training and authorization, stability factors, tip-over prevention, pre-operational inspection, testing control functions, safe operating practices, Personal Protective Equipment and fall prevention.

Crane Signal Person Basic Training

Cranes are undoubtedly among the most important pieces of equipment on large construction sites. However, due to their massive size, they are quite dangerous to work around. In spite of this potential danger, there are keys to ensure safe operation of a crane; one way is to learn and understand the proper ways of communication between the signal person and the load operator through the material presented in this video. Knowing and following these proper methods of communication helps secure a safer work environment.

Driving Safety: The Basics

This training focuses on the importance of basic driving safety and is divided into several major sections; Preparing to Drive Safely, The Fundamentals, Driving with Other Vehicles, Driving at Night and in Bad Weather, Distracted Driving and Road Rage, and Handling an Emergency.

Driving: Distracted Driving: At What Cost?

Distracted driving is the cause of up to 50 percent of vehicle collisions annually, with at least three distracted driving crashes occurring every minute of every day. This online video training presents strategies for eliminating or avoiding self-created distractions, and supplies ways to handle uncontrollable distractions.

Driving: Heavy Trucks: Judging Speed and Distance

A major cause of fatal crashes is driving too fast. This safety training video shows professional truck drivers why they should adjust their speed under different conditions such as poor visibility, curves, and hills.

Forklift Operator Safety: Handle with Care

In this training lesson, you will focus on four major techniques and rules of operation to help you raise the level of your forklift safety: inspection, stability, safe operation, and loading trucks and trailers.

Overhead Cranes: Overhead Crane Safety

While using an overhead crane may seem simple, it is actually a complex machine that needs to be understood so that it can be used safely. This video course teaches the proper way to work with overhead cranes, educates the viewer on the different types of overhead cranes, explains how to do proper inspections of the crane and things to know about before loading the crane, how to properly load the crane, and safe usage practices.

Electrical Safety

Arc Flash Protection and Safe Electrical Work Practices: To The Point

Electric shock and exposure to an arc flash are the two main electrical risks to electrical industrial workers. This video training discusses training and engineering systems to create a safe work environment.

Electrical Safety For Qualified Workers

Qualified workers must understand the many hazards presented by working with energized parts and know how to protect themselves through safe practices. This online training program informs the viewer of the safest methods to work with electricity.

Electrical Safety: What Everyone Should Know

Electricity and electrical devices are part of every modern workplace, but how electricity functions is often misunderstood. The video explains the exact risks electrical currents pose to the human body and informs workers about the resources which guard against electrical mishaps such as insulation, guarding, grounding, circuit protection devices, and the proper inspection and use of cords and plugs.

Electricity: Electrical Safety for Non-Electricians

This electrical safety training course explains electrical hazards to the general (non-electrician) employee. The video covers electrical basics, hazard identification, avoiding dangerous mistakes and how to respond to an electrical mishap.

Lockout / Tagout Training for Employees

This online course educates workers about the importance of controlling energy, especially the control of hazardous energy, known as lockout/tagout procedures. This video explains what an Energy Control Program is, as listed by OSHA Standards, and what should be included in your company’s plan. The focus of this course is on understanding the importance of knowing your company’s procedures for lockout/tagout to isolate an energy source.

Fire Safety

Combustible Dust

This online video training class educates viewers about combustible dust. OSHA has identified more than 130 products that pose a hazard for dust explosion. This video explores why dust is so combustible and explains the dust explosion pentagon. Use this video to educate employees about best practices to limit the risk of dust explosions.

Fire Extinguishers: Ready to Respond

With more than 150 fires occurring every day at work, proper extinguisher use is a much needed skill. This video teaches your employees about the causes of fires, what fuels them and what is needed to extinguish them. Increase your employee’s awareness and knowledge, and bolster your incident response capabilities with this comprehensive safety-training course.

Fire Prevention in the Office

Fires today can become even more dangerous when they consume furniture, computers, and other office equipment, as the materials these objects are made of can produce toxic fumes. Learn about common causes of office fires, how to prevent them, and how to deal with one should it occur.

Fire Safety and Response: To The Point

Correcting fire hazards in the workplace can prevent injuries and saves lives. With this training, employees learn how to increase their response time when dealing with fire hazards and to understand the proper controls and procedures needed in fire prevention. Employees learn the different classes of fires, how to safely store hazardous and flammable materials and the steps for evacuating the premises.

Fire Safety: Step Back for Safety

This training video readies all workers, whether stationed in cubicles or on the line, for the threat of uncontrolled blazes. This course aligns with OSHA’s standards on fire safety, which likewise promote vigilant prevention and preparedness measures such as proper handling of hazardous materials and maintained exit routes.

Fire: Industrial Fire Prevention

This video reviews and provides information needed for fire prevention and management if a blaze does break out. The video addresses ignition sources, classes of fires, ways to extinguish flames and safe handling of flammable materials. The program combines this information with job-specific pointers for workers using welding and electrical equipment, paying special attention to the unique fire risks these jobs pose, as well as the threats caused by sparks and static electricity.

Good Housekeeping: Everyone's Responsibility

This video training course teaches viewers about the importance of good housekeeping practices in the workplace. Examples are shown and explained.

Hot Work Safety and the Permitting Process

This course is designed to help manage the risks of hot work so it can be performed safely, and is intended for anyone in industrial or construction settings, whose work utilizes flames or produces sparks in non-fire safe areas. Learn how to conduct hot work safely and comply with OSHA requirements.

Preventing Fires During Hot Work Operations

Careless hot work can quickly lead to fires, extensive property damage, injury, and even death. Preventing injury and property damage is critical when performing hot work and you will gain the necessary information to do so through this video training. Gain an understanding of the responsibilities of those actually performing the hot work and what safety precautions need to be followed when engaging in these activities.

Working Safely With Compressed Gas Cylinders

The average cylinder of compressed gas weighs in around 80 pounds, so unsafe handling can easily result in a sprain, strain, bruise, or broken bone. Additionally, the contents of a gas cylinder, which can be explosive, flammable or toxic, pose additional hazards to workers. This video educates viewers on how to work safely with compressed gas cylinders.

General Safety / Safety Management

Active Shooter and Workplace Violence

Emergencies involving an active shooter in the workplace are unfortunately a real possibility. This training video outlines indicators of violent behavior, how to respond to violent behavior, how to respond to an active shooter situation, and how to react when law enforcement arrives at an active shooter scene.

Active Shooter: Surviving an Attack

This course examines what to do, including preparing for an attack, recognizing and surviving an attack, running and hiding from a shooter, fighting an assailant, and what to do when law enforcement arrives.

Emergency Preparedness and Response

This training teaches the proper procedures for basic emergency response during a crisis or emergency, including General Preparedness information, Fire Emergencies, Medical Emergencies, Chemical Spills and Releases, Chemical Exposures, Severe Weather Emergencies, Earthquakes, Workplace Violence, and Active Shooters.

Evacuation Procedures

To ensure employee safety, this training video covers basic evacuation procedures in the context of fires, explosions and hazmat emergencies. The course also demonstrates how to clear multi-story buildings in an orderly fashion.

Hazardous Materials Labels

In order to safely handle hazardous materials, workers need to know the characteristics of the particular substance they are using. This course disseminates five different types of labels developed for hazardous materials: DOT labels, United Nations identification numbers, Hazardous Materials Identification System labels, National Fire Protection Association labels, and EPA hazardous waste labels. This course has been updated to include GHS container labels and Safety Data Sheets (SDS) for GHS compliance.

Machine Guarding and Operator Safety

Machine operators who try to “cheat, defeat, or override” safety guards and practices put themselves at risk of injury and even death. This safety training course teaches the importance of using machine guarding and safety devices, as well as following safe handling practices.

Process Safety Management

This video training program shows how people, places and processes unite to enact a workplace’s process hazard analysis and safety plan. Viewers learn why it is critical to take emergency response training seriously and know how to implement the emergency action plan. The training discusses confined space safety hazards, the role of the hot work permit in an area where combustible materials are present and lock-out and tag-out procedures to de-energize equipment.

Safety Decision Making: Overcoming Human Nature

Safety, and safe decision making, often go against human nature. We are frequently tempted to take a path of least resistance, opting to perform something quickly rather than safely. However, it is vital that the most important thing on your mind while at work is safety, and not ease or convenience. This Video On Demand training addresses how exactly safety can run against human nature, as well as what we can do to make sure we remain safe while working.

Safety Leadership: An Essential Safety Element

Many workplaces are wrought with hazards, and workers can be seriously injured or killed if precautionary measures are not taken. Offered in both English and Spanish, this course discusses the challenges of our human nature, the importance of consistent leadership, the importance of being able to speak up, discipline and enforce rules. Finally, it talks about negative consequences, setting and leading by example, and the traits of a good safety leader.

These videos can be utilized for individual training or for group presentations.  Please contact your Loss Control Representative for additional information and to have videos assigned to you or your staff.

If you cannot find a topic on the list or are interested in additional training resources, please speak with your LC Rep. We also have steaming video resources available through Driver’s Alert for PLM customers.

Driver’s Alert eLearning course topics:

  • Driver Safety
  • DOT Compliance
  • Workplace Safety
  • HR/Leadership Development
  • Health & Wellness

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Contact your Loss Control Representative today to start designing a streaming training video program for your organization.

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