Start your own fire prevention and safety crusade with this gripping video. Learn the four classes of fire, fire prevention and how to use a fire extinguisher. The 20-minute video is only one component of this comprehensive training kit, which would be a perfect addition to your current training curriculum.
This DVD features life-saving information on common hospital fire situations and will ensure your healthcare employees understand how to respond initially to a fire emergency as well as proper evacuation protocols.
Learn valuable information about fire statistics in the home, basic fire safety tips and some handy acronyms to help employees remember the important steps to handling a fire in a home care environment.
This leading program covers essential knowledge on fires to ensure the safe evacuation of patients in the event of a fire emergency. Learn how to lead through fire doors, the swing carry method, and the two person single file carry method.
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 training on how to use fire extinguishers.
Disaster preparedness is critical in healthcare. This vital training will help safeguard your patients' and employees' lives, as well as the facility itself, by educating you on how to best prepare for potential disaster and emergency.
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.
Home healthcare workers face the same threats as those in a healthcare facility, including the risk of infection and exposure to hazardous wastes. This training program outlines the many threats home healthcare workers face and details proven methods of prevention and best work practices, including how to assess the safety of a home.
Safety Orientation is one of the most important parts of the healthcare profession. Without healthy staff members, those who are ailing won't improve. Be sure to brief new employees on slips, trips and falls as ell as electrical hazards, fire safety and medical waste.