- DVDPart of the Step Back for Safety Series, Fire Extinguisher - Be Prepared provides an overview of portable fire extinguisher use, placement, inspection and maintenance. (Available in English and Spanish)
- DVD A guide to developing a terrorism response plan for business & employees.
- DVD This program educates crewmembers on elements of fire, fire extinguisher types and usage, prevention, first responder actions, alarms and drills.
- DVD Develop an emergency evacuation plan! Training for personnel who may order or carry out an evacuation or shelter in place operation.
- DVD Discusses how spills commonly occur and provides an overview of the different types of oil as well as factors to consider during the response.
- DVD Examines types of information needed to manage, evaluate, and coordinate a hazmat incident safely.
- DVD Explains how incident commander implements best available strategic goals and tactical objectives to produce most favorable outcome to the incident.
- DVD How fires commonly begin and explains how fire may be expected to behave.
- DVD How to carry out investigations of hazardous materials leaks, spills and explosions.
- DVD Program one in the series discusses pre-planning to set up a systematic, coordinated approach to a hazmat accident, which may involve other agencies.
- DVD Responders learn how to determine response objectives, sources for hazard information, and how to evaluate risks.
- DVD Teaches how the diverse public and private agencies who respond to an oil spill share and manage resources for an effective, cohesive response.
- DVDThis five-program series provides comprehensive training to help meet OPA 90 and HAZWOPER requirements.
- DVD Designed for law enforcement, fire departments, emergency management and other emergency response organizations who are required by law to adopts the National Incident Management System.
- DVD Influencing the sequence of events to lead to a safe and successful termination of the incident.
- DVD Learn how to integrate HICS with the National Incident Management System.
- DVD The Incident Command System, determining objectives.
- DVDLearn the competencies. Apply them to your jurisdiction or facility. Every member of every fire and police department should be trained to respond at the Operations Level.
- DVDProvides training to emergency response personnel who may be called upon to respond to a leak, spill or a fire involving hazardous chemicals, or to a terrorist incident. A must for every training library.
- DVDThis program reviews the different levels of incidents and describes the likely impact on public health, safety and the environment.
- DVDCovers the establishment, responsibilities and structure of the ICS organization.
- DVDExplores the various resources needed to control and manage a crisis.
- DVDThis 3-program series explores the aspect of the Incident Command System from initial response to crisis management.
- DVDCovers specific areas that are crucial for marine personnel to understand in order to effectively fight fires aboard ship.
- DVDInstructs senior officers and their crews on how to tackle marine fires.
- DVDCompetence in basic fire fighting is one of four core elements of the Basic Safety Training that all ships are now required to provide, and all seamen are obligated to achieve.
- DVDEven the best ships can capsize or sink with terrifying speed, however, and equipment is only as good as the men and women who operate it.
- DVDInstructs employees on SPCC Plans, oil pollution regulations, effective oil storage and oil transfer procedures. It also instructs employees on “discharge procedure protocols”: first response measures to take when a discharge is discovered.
- DVD This 19-1/2 minute video instructs employees on SPCC Plans, oil pollution regulations, effective oil storage and oil transfer procedures. (Available in English, Spanish)
- DVD Reviews four types of common emergencies along with the responses that employees need to know! (Also available in Spanish, English/Spanish Combo)
- DVD This training kit is designed to help train non-HAZWOPER employees on dealing with a hazardous material (or hazardous waste) spill, leak or release. (Available in English, Spanish)