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No need to panic. Our fire and emergency safety programs will ignite the awareness your team needs to address any emergency.

fire and emergency safety training

Teamwork in Crisis: Miracle of Flight 232

A CRM Release

Teamwork in Crisis is the unforgettable story of the crash of United Airlines Flight 232 and how the unprecedented teamwork of all involved turned what could have been a major tragedy ...into a miracle.

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Fire Safety: Alert, Aware, Alive

Would your employees know what to do if a fire broke out in your facility? This DVD features  life-saving information on the different types of fires, how they can be prevented and what to do in the event of fire.

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Lessons from Ground Zero: Emergency Action Plan

This training will help your emergency action team recognize the importance of their work, and guide them in creating and refining your site-specific plan. It can also be used to help all employees grasp why implementing such a plan is so vital.

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Lessons From Ground Zero: Evacuation

Witness the amazing contrast between the successful evacuations of more than 18,000 survivors during 9/11, versus the much slower evacuation that took place following the World Trade Center bombing in 1993.

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Incident Command System: When Duty Calls

The National Incident Management System (NIMS) was established by the federal government to help all responders work together. This program will help emergency responders and those responsible for your facility know their roles and responsibilities in an emergency.

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Incident Command System: When Seconds Count

This award-winning training program will help you to establish an emergency response plan, respond to an incident and demonstrate tips to get the situation under control.

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Fire Extinguishers: Your PASS to Safety

When fire breaks out, you have only seconds to respond. This DVD features first class training on fire safety and will give your employees accurate and concise annual training on how to use fire extinguishers.

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Portable Fire Extinguishers: Protecting People and Property

When it comes to fires, seconds wasted can spell certain doom. Help your employees identify when they should fight or when they should flee a fire. If they fight, this training will ensure they know how to properly operate the fire extinguisher.

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Emergency Action Plan: Crisis Under Control

With new threats facing our society today, an Emergency Action Plan is required not only for OSHA compliance, but also for survival. Make sure your facility has a plan in place by following the guidelines provided in this program.

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Infection Control Essentials: Every Action Counts

This program offers a comprehensive and easy-to-understand method of improving your facility's infection control practices. Learn how infection spreads, how to identify the sources of infections, and how to implement other important precautions and procedures for containing and preventing infections in your facility.

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Emergency Evacuation: Getting Out Alive

Learn the general procedures that should be followed in case of any kind of an emergency. This training course shows how to survive through emergencies such as earthquakes, fires, explosions, hazardous material spills and chemical releases.

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Emergency Response Driving

Risks are present anytime you get behind the wheel, but when you turn on the lights and sirens in an emergency vehicle, those risks are multiplied. Teach your drivers what it means to drive in emergency response situations and driving tips to make sure every trip is a safe one.

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Lessons From Ground Zero: 2 Part Training Documentary

You always have to prepare for the worst, and there's no better way to learn how than by watching the experts do it. Your staff will learn from those who protected the rescuers during the World Trade Center evacuations, on February 26, 1993 and again on September 11, 2001.

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