In the supermarket, the potential for a slip, trip or fall exists in many forms. Foot traffic, slick or wet surfaces, obstacles…all of these can contribute to a slip or fall. We say “contribute” because these things are not the only cause of an incid..
If safety is so important, why do accidents and injuries continue to occur? Government statistics estimate 5.7 million workplace injuries and illnesses occur annually with associated costs over $170 billion. This dynamic new program addresses a compl..
There are many things to keep in mind when working in a convenience store; safety and security should be at the top of that list. This program was developed to increase employee awareness in areas such as proper housekeeping and safe lifti..
This chemical dependency video explains the effects of drugs such as alcohol, marijuana, cocaine and prescription drugs in relation to work efforts. Detection of chemical use on the job is reviewed and how supervisors can approach the abuser.
Knives are necessary yet potentially dangerous tools. This video is targeted towards anyone who uses knives but focuses on a food service environment. Describes proper personal protective equipment, “how to” information on storing, cleaning and handl..
This program was developed to educate your associates about the dangers of meth and the devastating effects it has on lives, jobs and property.
How To Spot Potential Problems
Security Tips to Prevent Risk
What to Do If A ..
Any type of box cutter can cause an injury if used improperly. Box cutters are so common, they are often taken for granted and their danger ignored. This program is designed to provide employees information, that, if followed, will reduce their risk ..
The Supermarket/Grocery environment presents a broad range of safety training challenges. This program touches on many of the most common hazards and examines ways to minimize risk.
Viewers receive brief, overview training on a variety of topics i..
Lifting, bending, stooping, pushing, pulling, handling and carrying objects of varying sizes, shapes and weights is inevitable in a supermarket, but it can be done safely. Nearly all back injuries can be reduced or eliminated by using the principles ..