Interactive CD-ROM's

The CD Roms offer a complete, easy-to-use solution for administering training on a computer. Each CD includes everything you need to:

  • Deliver training;
  • Customize content for site-specific information;
  • Track student performance;
  • Generate reports and certificates.

The CD Roms allow you to run high quality, interactive training programs on low-cost, multi-media PC's. Thus, you can train hundreds of users, individually, at their own pace and work location, while saving time and travel costs.

These CD Roms are compatible with both Novell Netware and Windows NT to allow training to be delivered over your existing network. Each CD Rom is also closed-captioned.

PRICE: $249.00 each (Prices Subject to Change)

  • Back Care

    CD2010 | Provides an in-depth look at employing proper lifting techniques, even under difficult conditions, and the hazards that can result from using incorrect lifting methods. Also covers used of back support devices and explains the functions and limitations of belts.

    Course goals:

    • Describes the anatomy of the back.
    • Demonstrates how to lift objects safely.
    • Describes how to wear a back support belt properly.
  • Bloodborne Pathogens

    CD2011 | An information/training program for employees who normally are not exposed to blood or body fluids. Provides valuable information on the HIV and Hepatitis B viruses, which can be transmitted through contact with an infected person's blood or body fluids, or items contaminated with blood.

    Course goals:

    • Defines the AIDS and Hepatitis B viruses.
    • Describes how bloodborne pathogens are transmitted.
    • Explains how to reduce the risk or exposure to these viruses.
  • Electrical Safety

    CD2012 | Covers basic safety rules when working with electrical equipment. Designed to meet OSHA requirements for training authorized personnel in electrical hazards.

    Course goals:

    • Illustrates how to work with electricity safely.
    • Identifies potential electrical hazards.
    • Describes the necessary steps to minimize the risk of serious electrical injury.
    • Explains proper electrical safety standards and work practices.
  • Emergency Response

    CD2013 | Explains how to prepare for emergencies at work in the event of an earthquake, tornado, or hurricanes. Covers specific actions and steps to take to reduce property damage and prevent injuries during these emergencies.

    Course goals:

    • Teaches life-sustaining measures to prepare and protect people in the event of an emergency.
    • Identifies safety steps to take before, during and after an emergency situation.
  • Eye Protection

    CD2014 | A comprehensive program covering all aspects of eye protection including the use or protective equipment.

    Course goals:

    • Identifies the appropriate eye protection for a variety of occupations.
    • Describes how to treat eye injuries.
    • Describes some general safety measures that can minimize the chance of an eye injury.
  • Fall Protection

    CD2015 | Exlains the OSHA standards for fall protection equipment, such as rails, nets, body belts and body harnesses. Also addresses required and alternative fall protection procedures.

    Course goals:

    • Illustrates why fall protection is important.
    • Describes the function of various types of fall protection equipment.
    • Describes the most effective ways to implement fall protection and rescue plans.
  • Fire Safety

    CD2016 | Presents OSHA's requirements for emergency preparedness training and reinforces safety orientation training in fire protection and electrical safety. Also explains the various classes of fire, different types of equipment, survival key work "PASS", and tips for emergency use for fire extinguishers.

    Course goals:

    • Shows how to minimize fire hazards in the workplace.
    • Identifies classes of fire extinguishers and demonstrates how to operate them.
    • Describes basic fire and electrical safety.
  • Forklift Safety

    CD2017 | A comprehensive program for anyone operating forklifts in the manufacturing environment. Covers engineering principles, operator safety rules, and maintenance.

    Course goals:

    • Explains how to operate a forklift safely and efficiently.
    • Describes basic forklift maintenance procedures.
  • General Office Safety

    CD2018 | General safety program designed for anyone working in an office environment. Explains the most common hazards in an office and the resulting injuries. Addresses the ergonomics of chairs, video display terminals, and desks. Also covers ladders, safe lifting, fire prevention, electrical safety and more.

    Course goals:

    • Teaches the basics of electrical, chemical, and fire safety.
    • Describes how to lift objects safely.
    • Shows how to avoid slips and falls.
    • Describes how to work comfortably at a desk.
  • Hearing Conservation

    CD2019 | Designed to heighten awareness of hearing conservation in the workplace. Explains the anatomy of the ear, how noise causes hearing loss, and how to prevent hearing damage.

    Course goals:

    • Identifies the basic types of hearing protection.
    • Describes the physiology of the ear.
    • Identifies common causes of hearing loss.
  • Lockout/Tagout

    CD2020 | This program meets the requirements for training employees in the new lockout/tagout procedures. Trains "affected and authorized" employees.

    Course goals:

    • Shows how lockout/tagout promotes a safer workplace.
    • Describes proper lockout/tagout procedures.
    • Compares lockout/tagout procedures to non-lockout maintenance.
  • Personal Protective Equipment

    CD2021 | Designed to emphasize the importance of using personal protection when required. Explains hard hats, gloves, eye protection, hearing protection, and respirators, including fit testing and maintenance.

    Course goals:

    • Identifies the basic types of PPE that are available and the situations for which each is appropriate.
    • Describes how to properly wear and maintain PPE.
  • Respirator Safety

    CD2022 | Explains the general requirements for an effective respiratory protection program. Covers the written plan, care, cleaning and storage of respirators and provides information on self-contained breathing apparatus. Gives employees important facts regarding the use of respirators and also explains procedures for testing and maintaining respiratory equipment.

    Course goals:

    • Describes the ten-step respirator safety program.
    • Identifies difference types of respirators, and demonstrates how to wear them.
    • Describes how to fit test respirators.
    • Describes common misuses of respiratory equipment.
  • Right To Know

    CD2023 | Presents the background and a basic understanding of OSHA's regulation on Hazard Communication (Right-To-Know) for industrial facilities. Describes the health and physical hazards associated with:

    Course goals:

    • Flammables and combustibles
    • Corrosives and oxidizers
    • Water reactants
    • Unstable material
    • Irritants and sensitizers
    • Toxins and carcinogens

    Gives examples of each hazard category and demonstrates precautions and use of PPE in order to avoid such hazards.

  • Slips, Trips, And Falls

    CD2024 | Make employees aware of slip and fall dangers and how to prevent these often-serious injuries. Covers floors, waxes, runners, and other aspects of slips and falls.

    Course goals:

    • Describes basic slip-and-fall prevention, techniques, including proper floor maintenance, correct use and cleaning of walk-off mats, and safe use of stairs and ladders.
    • Illustrates how to keep the workplace free of slip-and-fall related accidents.


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