Loss Control Lending Library

The IMT Loss Control Lending Library is a valuable resource in educating your staff and recognizing and reducing potential loss causing conditions. Our video library is designed to supplement your present loss control efforts. All DVDs have English and Spanish translations. To ensure our ability to provide service, we require that you return the discs by a traceable shipping service (i.e., UPS, Registered U.S. Mail, FedEx) of delivery within 10 days from the date of receipt. You may be held responsible for the full purchase price ($495) of any program not returned in a timely manner or lost when shipped via an untraceable shipping service.

Safety booklets are available to complement some titles in the lending library.

Contact your local Loss Control Representative or the IMT Home Office Loss Control team at losscontrol@imtins.com or 800-274-3531 to order yours today.

Motor Vehicle Safety

Educate your employees on the dangers of distracted driving. Topics include cell phone use, passengers, eating and drinking and working while behind the wheel.

This program stresses the importance of not giving in to distractions and keeping your full attention focused on the safe operation of the vehicle. Cell phones, texting, GPS navigation systems, maps, iPods and multi-tasking are discussed.

Do your employees treat driving like a game? Pushing buttons and playing recklessly as if they can just hit restart if something goes wrong? Give them an eye-opening look at how easily distractions can take over in the driver’s seat and remind them that in the game of life, there are no second chances.

An eye-opening look at what constitutes aggressive driving, what contributes to it and how one driver’s acts can cause a “domino effect” of bad decisions that may lead to tragedy. An exposé of the dangers of impatience, selfishness, obliviousness and competitiveness behind the wheel.

Winter driving presents special hazards, including rain, snow and ice. If drivers follow the special safety techniques in this program, they can avoid the risks. Basic emergency equipment, skidding and being stranded are covered as well.

Personal Protective Equipment

Pinched. Burned. Irritated. Cut. Sliced. These are just some of the ways hands can be injured. Get a firm grip on hand safety and prevent these accidents. Avoid the two types of hazards - machine and chemical - and understand the factors that determine the ideal PPE for a job. Make sure that employees know the glove types as well: leather, fabric and insulating gloves - when they are used and how they are to be checked, inspected and cared for. Handy program eh?

Do your employees understand the risk of losing their hearing? “It Makes Sense” teaches employees how the noise at work can be controlled and how they can protect themselves from hearing loss.

Proper personal protective equipment used correctly can prevent many workplace accidents. This program focuses on how PPE can be used to protect different parts of the body including the eyes, face, hands, feet, hearing and head.

This safety training program illustrates the different types of respirators, what they are used for and how to fit them correctly to maximize their protective qualities.

Program teaches employees how to protect themselves from bloodborne pathogens by learning about three types of viruses (HIV, HBV and HCV), how they spread, plus what common-sense precautions they can take to prevent infection.

When fire breaks out, your employees have only seconds to respond. Usually, they should evacuate and call for help, but there are times when they can stop the fire with an extinguisher. This covers classes of fires, extinguishers to use for each class, PASS procedures for operation and when to call 911.

Hazardous Substances/Chemicals

Ensure your employees know what they are working with, how to handle chemicals and what to do in an emergency. Covers hazard identification, personal protection and emergency response.

Did you know that more than 200 dust explosions have destroyed industries, communities and lives since 1980? Help sweep away these dangers with this program that explains how dust explosions occur. This shows you how to help prevent them through dust-ignition control, ventilation practices, engineering controls, and hazard assessment.

Hazard communication consistently ranks in OSHA’s top 10 list year after year. Inform your employees about the hazards of various chemicals they may be exposed to and help your organization stay in compliance with OSHA 1910.1200.

Hazardous Substances/Chemicals

Use this program to help your employees understand what a confined space is, the hazards that are associated with it and the steps to follow to maintain a safe work environment.

Keep your crew safe when working at a multi-employer site. This helpful program informs employees about the hazards they face on worksites with multiple “bosses” and the steps they can take to reduce the risk of incidents.

Outdoor/Off-the-Job Safety

All workers responsible for grounds keeping need this training to prevent injury and illness. Employees learn how to work safely with potentially dangerous tools and chemicals including tractors, mowers, brush-cutting equipment, etc.

Heat stress, heat stroke, heat rashes, heat cramps – all area dangerous to your employees. This training program can help them avoid the dangers of working in hot, humid conditions.

Either on the job or during recreational time, winter poses special dangers. Heat up some safety measures now against winter-related accidents. Signs and treatment of hypothermia and frostbite. Prevention of hypothermia and frostbite. Off-the-job winter safety.

Forklift/Crane/Mechanical Lift Safety

Forklift training for new and experienced operators. Refresh or educate on topics covering loads, stability, lifting, lowering and stacking loads, traveling and difficult maneuvers and hazardous operating conditions.

Scissor lifts provide a safe walking and working surface on construction sites; however, to cut down on accidents, all employees must be trained in safe and proper operations. This program will provide workers with a sharp and detailed knowledge of this useful machine.

Safety Attitudes/Pro-Active Safety

Explores the concept of wellness – the state of being at your physical, mental, emotional and spiritual best – and shows practical, every day steps employees can take towards achieving wellness. It covers health screenings, smoking, drug and alcohol abuse, vaccinations, diet, exercise, shift work and more. Help your employees understand the why’s, how’s and importance of being well with this informative program.

Featuring emotional interviews with those who have lost loved ones and others who have been seriously injured themselves in a workplace incident; this high-impact program will help motivate your employees to make the safe choice each and every time. The DVD includes multiple training scenes which can be played as one continuous program or used as short powerful meeting openers.

Using hazard scenarios to point out the direct, indirect and root causes of incidents, this safety training program will help employees recognize and control hazards and stay safe.

Don’t let your veteran employees get complacent about safety. This program will help stop this mindset from taking hold.

Through the inspiring story of a dedicated and experienced pilot, your employees will see how Captain Chesley Sullenberger brought Flight 1549 to a safe landing by calling upon the 4C’s: Competence, Compassion, Commitment and Communication, and how they can apply these same characteristics to their own life.


Remind your employees that it’s far better to take care of their backs before pain sets in. This program teaches workers how to “head off” back pain by using their heads and being aware of how to protect their backs from injury, through careful lifting and invigorating exercise.

Back pains and other slight injuries at work are not a mystery. Put the pieces of this puzzle together to keep your employees physically and mentally fit and comply with OSHA’s Ergonomic Standards.

Every year, about six million people get hurt at work. And more than 400,000 are just like your employees…they work in offices fraught with hidden and tricky dangers. This program shows how to cope with the risks so that your workers can negotiate their way safely around the dangerous jungle that is the office.

Good body mechanics, proper lifting and carrying techniques along with proper PPE and using the right tools for the job can go a long way to preventing costly strains and sprains. Help your employees recognize the warning signs that cause these injuries.

Supervisor Training

Meet the enforcer of health and safety standards at work.

OSHA standards can be tough, and if your company fails to meet them, it can be costly. Stock up on vital facts to get you through the rigid inspection process. This program provides you and your employees with information on OSHA: its goals and its dynamics. More importantly, it gives you a crucial understanding of OSHA standards, inspection procedures and expectations, penalties and citations and company responsibilities.

This program shows managers, supervisors and team leaders how to conduct the best safety meetings. Your organization will learn how to get the most from your safety meetings.

Hand Tool/Machine Safety

Make sure your employees understand the importance of knowing about and using machine guards meant to protect them. Learn about machinery hazards, types of machine guards, safe work practices and more.

A welder who fails to work safely can cause fires, burns, toxic exposures and electrical shock. This program provides details on pre-planning, personal safety, work area safety and equipment safety to prevent incidents.

Hazardous Energy

Protect your employees from the hazards of uncontrolled energy. Outlines OSHA mandated training. Explains how and why to lockout while reviewing vital lockout/tagout procedures.

Help ensure your workers avoid the devastation of an arc flash explosion. This training program will bring you and your workers up to speed on the 2009 version of NFPA70E.

Fall Protection

Working from height doesn’t have to be dangerous. This high-impact footage reinforces the need for proper use and maintenance of personal fall arrest systems and positioning devices. Rescue from height is covered as well.

When your workers are working at heights, you cannot let safety standards come crashing down. The training program based on Subpart M of OSHA Standard 1926, highlights fall protection measures for general industry employees.

Scaffold-related incidents result in 4,500 injuries and 50 deaths a year, which prompted OSHA to revise its scaffold standard. Make sure your worksites are in compliance with OSHA’s 1926.450-454 with this training program.

Slips, trips and falls are a leading cause of workplace fatalities and also costly liability losses. Learn prevention techniques, wet surface and poor weather condition strategies, ladder and stair safety as well as housekeeping tips.

Routine use of stairways and ladders can lead to careless incidents. Review essential safety procedures with your workforce. Portable, extension and fixed ladders are discussed.

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