The best strategies for preparedness focus on prevention, awareness, and immediate response. Utilize these courses to strengthen your organization's expertise and readiness. Safety is an essential component in every employee's job responsibilities.

Be proactive and start preparing today.

Workplace Safety

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"Security Awareness -- 'Target DENIED' (revised - 2017)

Site security is a daily reality. Facility access, vandalism and erratic workplace behavior are now recognized as very significant concerns. Industrial security is adapting. Facilities install cameras, perimeter lighting and fencing. Guards are hired, emergency shut-off systems and alarms are tested, evaluated and may be upgraded. Every employee should be aware of these measures.


This course contains both an English and a Spanish language program that provides a general overview of facility security practices and procedures. Chapters include: Area and Data Access, Suspicious Activity, Security Violations and Reporting. Also included are a quiz and an acknowledgement of training document. 

English program - 13:20 minutes (with a closed-caption option)

Spanish program - 15:30 minutes

Additional Options

These 3 options link to related training material:

  1. Active Shooter and Workplace Violence


  2. Active Shooter: Surviving an Attack


  3. Emergency Planning


Workplace Strategies for Pandemic Preparedness

The Center for Disease Control (CDC) has developed strategies to address epidemic and pandemic outbreaks; however, they also stress that prevention training and crisis planning is a corporate social responsibility. Pandemic Preparedness features five segments modeled after the Homeland Security Pandemic Plan. Participants will discover how to prepare for a pandemic, what to be aware of, how to prevent contracting and spreading viruses, and how to assist the community in the event of an epidemic or pandemic spread.

Businesses that provide critical services including healthcare, telecommunications, electricity, and other vital utilities have an imperative responsibility to create a business continuity plan ensuring limited service disruptions in the event of a pandemic. Your employees, your customers and your community all depend on you to remain in operation during critical times.

(13 minutes) 

Additional Options


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the first few minutes (no log-in required).

For Evaluation Only.

Not for training.


1. Overview
2. Introduction
3. Follow All Security Procedures-Area Access
4. Follow All Security Procedures-Document

    and Data Access
5. Stay Alert For Security Violations & Suspicious Activity
6. Report Any Violations Or Suspicions
7. Review 


Click the ▶︎ on the video window to watch

the first few minutes (no log-in required).

For Evaluation Only.

Not for training.


1. What Is a Pandemic?

2. Pandemic Impact

3. Pandemic Influenza Plan

4. Be Prepared

5. Be Aware

6. Don’t Pass It On

7. Keep Your Distance

8. Help Your Community

9. Summary

Excal Visual Inc

​PO Box 4463

Avon, CO. 81620

Toll Free: 1-888-925-6554

Office: 303-413-0847

Fax: 303-413-0683


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