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  • Back Care for Maritime Industry
    A Two-Part Instructional Video Series
    NTSC Format
    - Back Care for Maritime Industry offers comprehensive injury prevention and loss control recommendations for maritime employers who operate commercial vessels or shoreside production sites. The most common form of industrial injury, back sprains and strains cost maritime employers millions of dollars each year. They account for about a third of all workplace injuries and 40-60 percent of total injury costs. The hard physical work, the moving platforms and the cold, damp atmospheres that characterize the maritime workplace mean that back injuries are even a bigger problem for maritime employers than for industry in general. The good news is that a committed program of back injury management can dramatically reduce the frequency of injury within the maritime workplace. The bad news is that many companies simply don’t pay adequate attention to back injury risks. Let these concise, entertaining videotapes do the job for you.

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    • Part 1: Lift it Safely: A Guide for Maritime Employees
    • Part 2: Minimize the Risk: The Role of Management
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  • Back Care for Maritime Industry
    A Two-Part Instructional Video Series
    PAL Format
    - Back Care for Maritime Industry offers comprehensive injury prevention and loss control recommendations for maritime employers who operate commercial vessels or shoreside production sites. The most common form of industrial injury, back sprains and strains cost maritime employers millions of dollars each year. They account for about a third of all workplace injuries and 40-60 percent of total injury costs. The hard physical work, the moving platforms and the cold, damp atmospheres that characterize the maritime workplace mean that back injuries are even a bigger problem for maritime employers than for industry in general. The good news is that a committed program of back injury management can dramatically reduce the frequency of injury within the maritime workplace. The bad news is that many companies simply don’t pay adequate attention to back injury risks. Let these concise, entertaining videotapes do the job for you.

    You receive:
    • Part 1: Lift it Safely: A Guide for Maritime Employees
    • Part 2: Minimize the Risk: The Role of Management
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  • Onboard First Aid: Immediate Actions
    NTSC format
    - Get your hands on this new video training program based on STCW requirements effective Feb. 1, 2002. Parts 1 and 2 of this three-tape set feature medical professionals portraying shipboard personnel as they demonstrate the immediate actions required for stabilizing the condition of an ill or injured crewmember. Part 3 is a Test cassette that allows the viewer to evaluate his or her understanding of the subject matter, as a means of boosting retention and measuring comprehension. Part 4 s a Workbook which serves as a study guide that can be issued to crew personnel. Included in the Workbook are test forms that can be used for scoring and certification of those who complete the program. Targeted at entry-level personnel, Onboard First Aid: Immediate Actions serves as a companion to the 10-tape Maritime Medical Emergencies Video Series (available separately) that demonstrates comprehensive treatment procedures and case management strategies for injuries and illnesses that commonly occur at sea. (Added: 2001-12-20 Rating: 0.00) Rate It
  • Onboard First Aid: Immediate Actions
    PAL format
    - Get your hands on this new video training program based on STCW requirements effective Feb. 1, 2002. Parts 1 and 2 of this three-tape set feature medical professionals portraying shipboard personnel as they demonstrate the immediate actions required for stabilizing the condition of an ill or injured crewmember. Part 3 is a Test cassette that allows the viewer to evaluate his or her understanding of the subject matter, as a means of boosting retention and measuring comprehension. Part 4 s a Workbook which serves as a study guide that can be issued to crew personnel. Included in the Workbook are test forms that can be used for scoring and certification of those who complete the program. Targeted at entry-level personnel, Onboard First Aid: Immediate Actions serves as a companion to the 10-tape Maritime Medical Emergencies Video Series (available separately) that demonstrates comprehensive treatment procedures and case management strategies for injuries and illnesses that commonly occur at sea. (Added: 2002-01-03 Rating: 0.00) Rate It

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