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Remember Charlie – 30 years later! (New Release)Select options
Remember Charlie – 30 years later! (New Release)
Released in early October/2021 – In this personalized one-on-one safety presentation Charlie talks about his journey from death’s door following a refinery explosion, and the cost of an accident then and even to this date, 30 years later, from a shortcut he took at his job resulting in being burned over 50% of his body, five years in hospital, the loss of his family, the loss of everything he treasured. Charlie drives home the importance of following safety procedures in this highly personal, private look at what happened to one man, and how it could happen to any one of us.
Employee Injury Prevention Training – Online Streaming$798.00 – $2,798.00 Select options
Employee Injury Prevention Training – Online Streaming
Award-Winning Injury Prevention Video Packages for Leadership and Employees, designed by Michael Melnik, a nationally recognized speaker and injury prevention specialist who has played an instrumental role in the national back injury prevention programs at major corporations nationwide. Streaming available 24/7 via computer, tablet and smartphones. Choose your desired package (click here for package demo and details) and the number of users.$798.00 – $2,798.00
Stopping Normalization of Deviance: A Safety Program with Astronaut Mike MullaneSelect options
Stopping Normalization of Deviance: A Safety Program with Astronaut Mike Mullane
This English-language video contains a 30-minute discussion on the dangers of normalizing deviances from safety best practices and how to protect yourself and team from falling victim to this normalizing phenomenon.
Astronaut Mullane’s comments are lavishly supported with rarely seen NASA videos and photos making it extremely easy for any audience (including non-technical audiences) to follow and understand the message. You do not need to be a rocket scientist to be thoroughly educated, inspired, and motivated by the contents of this video!
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