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Accident Investigation
Bloodborne Pathogens
Communicating for Safety
Confined Space
  • Clearing the Air: Confined Space Entry (VHS)

    Dramatization of confined space. Discusses the definition of a confined space and the potential confined spaces on a construction site. Hazards of confined space, procedures for confined space entry, such as testing and air monitoring, Lockout/Tagout, personal protective equipment, competent person, and rescue rules. (18 minutes)

  • Confined Space Entry (Safety Bites) (VHS)

    Confined spaces and a confined space entry safety program for public works employees are reviewed. Training in the risk and hazards for each entry are also discussed. Copyright 1992. (5 minutes)

  • Confined Spaces, Deadly Places (VHS)

    Explanation of Confined Spaces. Hazards of Confined Space work. Shows situations which can cause death in Confined Spaces. Discusses proper procedures for Confined Space Entry and the reason for the procedures. (22 minutes)

  • Confined Spaces: A Training Program For Employees (VHS)

    With this program, you can meet OSHA's general education and specialized training requirements. It gives your employees tips and techniques for working safely in permit-required confined spaces, and identifies the hazards they commonly face. It also explains the role-specific responsibilities for confined space entrants, attendants, entry supervisors, and the on-site rescue and emergency team. (18 minutes)

  • Survival by Permit (VHS)

    Deals with OSHA's Confined Space Standard. Video runs through all the requirements under the standard such as entry permits, lockout/tagout procedures, air monitoring/testing, stand-by person requirements, personal protective equipment to be used, etc. It also shows an emergency rescue of an employee who had fainted in a confined space due to an allergic reaction to a bee sting. (16 minutes)

  • 5th Reason (Speeding) (VHS)

    Dramatic speed by a driver in front of an actual student truck driver class. The driver explains how “The 5th Reason – Speeding” caused an accident in which he caused. Excellent short presentation which gets everybody thinking! Copyright 1997. (7 minutes)

  • Attitude, Professionalism, and Safety (VHS)

    Expresses the point that “just getting by” is not good enough when driving. Video talks about how the driver has to plan ahead to avoid accidents – it uses trick pool shots to emphasize planning ahead. Also talks about how being a professional driver includes portraying the company in a positive manner through good customer relations. Good message. Copyright 1990. (14 minutes)

  • Defensive Driving - 15-Passenger Vans (VHS)

    Give your 15-passenger van drivers the training they need to operate safely. This new program will give them needed information about • Loading and handling • Common causes of rollovers • Safety guidelines • Buckling up. (13 minutes)

  • Defensive Driving - Prepare for the Worst (VHS)
    Good basic video on defensive driving techniques in fog, rain or snow.  Discusses emergency procedures and personal safety issues.  (18 minutes)
  • Drive Safely (VHS)

    General driving content. Six questions to safer driver: vehicle condition. Driver condition. Defensive driver. Seatbelt use. Speed limits. Pedestrian and bicyclist awareness. (20 minutes)

  • Driving Straight Trucks (VHS)
    Basic driving tips and information including backing, driving in traffic, accident situation, and pre-trip inspections. (14 minutes)

  • Extreme Driving Conditions - Winter (VHS)

    Safe tractor/trailer operation in winter conditions, Western United States special concerns, precautions to be taken when driving in fog. Interviews with tractor/trailer driving instructions, fleet operation managers, and drivers. Instruction and footage to maneuver out of a jackknife situation. Excellent practical discussion and footage of safe tractor/trailer operation in winter, mountains, and fog. (20 minutes)

  • Hazard Perception (VHS)

    Driving safety. Trucks, tractors/trailer driving safety. Attitudes towards driving, driving footage. Narration in conjunction with actual road footage. Interviews with general manager and drivers of trucking company. Very good content and message. (25 minutes)

  • In the Blink of an Eye (Intersections/Lane Changes) (VHS)

    The story depicted in this video is a true story. The driver recounts that this accident happened in a fraction of a second. Video talks about always being in a hurry and that bending/stretching the rules will catch up with you. It emphasizes that drivers need to pay attention to the road and what they are doing. Video is short and to the point. Really gets you thinking. Copyright 1999. (8 minutes)

  • Low Visibility and Driving (VHS)

    Basic driver education type information dealing with visibility hazards associated with fog, wet roads, rain, snow, oversized/wide loads, and night/day time driving. Brief information on stopping distance also touched on as well as pre-trip safety tips. Produced 1993, information still applicable. (15 minutes)

  • Motor Vehicle Awareness: Easy as ABCD (VHS)

    Emphasizes the ABCD's of defensive driving which include: Alertness, buckling-up, courtesy, and driving defensively. Narration in conjunction with actual road footage. Good content and message. (19 minutes)

  • Night Operation (VHS)

    Driving safety. Night driving footage filmed mainly throughout Southeastern Wisconsin. Brief interviews with safety professionals and drivers of area trucking companies. Very good content and message. (9 minutes)

  • Roads of Winter (VHS)

    Basic content. Good refresher for winter conditions. Winter road conditions. Footage combined with questions and answers. (25 minutes)

  • Transport Trailer Safety (VHS)

    Specifically deals with the proper loading, unloading, and tie down procedures of light to heavy construction equipment using transport trailers. Illustrations are used with rollers, track equipment, rubber tired equipment, as well as the use of trailer winches. (24 minutes)

  • Transport Trailer Safety (DVD)

    Specifically deals with the proper loading, unloading, and tie down procedures of light to heavy construction equipment using transport trailers. Illustrations are used with rollers, track equipment, rubber tired equipment, as well as the use of trailer winches. (24 minutes)

  • Vehicle Backing (VHS)

    Driving footage, driver interviews. Interviews safety tips with professional driver instructor. Actual trucking footage with tips for backing up vehicles. (25 minutes)

  • Winter Driving Safety (The Rules Have Changed) (VHS)

    The basis for good control of the vehicle in the winter. Video is based on operation of tractor/trailer but has very good points for all trucks. Actual footage of how to handle an ice skid condition for a tractor/trailer. Very good content, presentation, and footage. Copyright 1996. (12 minutes)

Drugs and Alcohol
  • Medication and Safety (VHS)

    Viewers will see a worker almost cause a chemical to overflow, due to the side effects experienced from an OTC cold medicine taken. In another situation, an employee recklessly drives a forklift after having increased the dosage of prescription medicine. Viewers will be shown the mistakes that these employees made while taking their medications and the steps that they should have taken to ensure they were using these medicines correctly, safely, and with the proper care. (13 minutes)

  • Think Again: Substance Abuse on the Job Site (VHS)

    Review of drug and alcohol abuse on the job site and what can be done to help control/eliminate it. (14 minutes)

Electrical Safety
  • Construction Electrical Safety: Current Control (VHS)

    General overview of safe practices as well as dangers associated with the use of electricity on the job site. (11 minutes)

  • Electricity - Our Invisible Friend (VHS)

    Excellent explanation and demonstration on the basics of electricity. Presents a clear and informative explanation on the behavior/patterns of electricity and why it is important to deal with it in a safe manner. (17 minutes)

  • Hunt Down Electrical Hazards (Safety Now Program) (VHS)

    Brief explanation of guidelines regarding safe use of electrical equipment and machinery. Explains what to look for in locating possible hazards with electrical systems and hardware. Basic prevention of electrical fires and electrical shock accidents. (8 minutes)

  • Take Charge: Working Safely with Temporary Electricity (VHS)

    Using job site settings, it outlines how to identify hazards, how to isolate wiring and what to inspect for when using temporary wiring. Also touches on Lockout/Tagout, the use of GFCIs, the Assured Grounding Program and how electricity works in general. Produced 1991. (17 minutes)

Emergency Preparedness
  • Emergency Evacuation Procedures (VHS)

    Why it is important to know and follow emergency evacuation procedures. Why it is important to remain calm during evacuation procedures. What should be done if an employee is the first one on the scene of a chemical spill, a fire, an explosion or a natural disaster. Why it is important to meet for a head count. Why it is important to keep aisles and exits clear. What steps to take to secure a work area before evacuating a building. Actions to take to protect yourself in case of fire, explosion or chemical spill. (9 minutes)

  • How to Respond in an Emergency (Safety Now Program) (VHS)

    Brief explanation of planning and training needed to prepare employees for possible emergencies such as fires, storms, bomb threats, earthquakes, or other emergencies. Emphasis in on planning and training for prompt and proper response. (8 minutes)

Fall Protection
  • Construction Fall Protection: Get Arrested! (VHS)

    Good overview of guardrails, personal fall arrest systems, anchorage points, life lines and other components of fall protection systems. (Does not address residential fall protection.) (11 minutes)

  • Fall Protection (VHS)

    Brief video on recognizing potential fall hazards (both environmental and personal factors). Also discusses the components of a fall protection system including anchorage points, lanyards and full body harness. (7 minutes)

  • Hard Hat Safety Series - Fall Protection: What's Required and Beyond (VHS)

    Sub part M requirements. L.P.R. Construction Company of Colorado (innovator of fall protection) is used for examples. All types of fall protection are reviewed, including guardrails, personal fall arrest, and nets. Good attention to detail. (21 minutes)

  • Heightened Awareness: Fall Protection in the Construction Industry (VHS)

    Worksite conditions that lead to falls. Discussion of OSHA regulations regarding railings, excavations, leading edge, floor openings, fixed position systems, personal fall protection, and safety monitoring. In depth explanation of fall protection systems. (20 minutes)

  • How to Prevent Falls (VHS)

    The video points out unsafe acts and unsafe conditions that cause falls in stairways, ladders, raised platforms such as loading docks and scaffolding. (12 minutes)

  • Personal Fall Protection: Hook Up! (VHS)

    OSHA Fall Protection requirements. Use of body harnesses, lanyards, etc. Good demonstrations. Mostly high rise situations, but also good for lower level cases. Includes information on window cleaning and on high ladder climbing. (18 minutes)

Fire Extinguishers
Hazard Communication
  • Combative Residents: Mirror Their Reality (VHS)

    This important program discusses the problems, causes and various forms of combative behavior which occur in long-term care facilities and helps you learn how to prevent your employees from being victims of combative behavior. • Forms of combative behavior • Potential causes • Keys to the successful management of combative behavior • Learning to deal with combative incidents. (23 minutes)

  • Dementia + Alzheimer's Caregiving: Through the Looking Glass (VHS)

    There are five million victims of the Alzheimer's disease in the U.S. alone. This compelling, brand-new video is an expertly-produced training program designed to give your staff information that can help them make a difference. This program is ideal for refresher training for C.N.A.s and other caregivers who frequently interact with residents who have Alzheimer's. • Identify the three stages of Alzheimer's • Apply the person-centered approach to caregiving • Obtain guidelines for activities of daily living • Prevent instances of hitting, biting and wandering. (20 minutes)

  • Ergonomics: Watch Your Back

    Whether your staff is moving patients, test tubes, laundry or food, they need to protect their back from undue stress. All healthcare workers have a high risk of developing musculoskeletal disorders or back injuries. This important video will teach your staff: • General back safety • Symptoms of back problems • Recognizing the dangers • Preventing MSDs • Safe materials handling. (15 minutes)

  • Home Healthcare Violence: Be Smart, Be Safe (VHS)

    The problem of violence. The entire healthcare system in the United States is undergoing a fundamental change. Healthcare treatment is shifting from the hospital to the patient’s home. And your role as a home care provider is shifting to include more and more primary care. This program reviews the vital procedures that you and your employees should follow to minimize risk and have greater security when performing your very valuable work. • The problem of violence • The assault cycle • Pre-visit safety practices • Making safety your priority. (22 minutes)

  • Needlestick Prevention: Stick To Safety (VHS)

    Protect yourself and your staff from dangerous exposure to bloodborne pathogens with our important new video program. Knowing the rules of Sharp Safety can protect your staff from injury. This video program provides a thorough approach to sharps technology, safe handling techniques, and handling and disposing of sharps. • Facts on HBV, HCV and HIV • Information on HBV vaccinations • Five rules of sharps safety • What to do if you are stuck. (11 minutes)

  • Preventing Resident Falls In Long-Term Care (VHS)

    Falls are the cause of 40% of all nursing home admissions. Today, healthcare professionals are taking pro-active steps to minimize and eliminate risk factors before falls occur. This new video will take a look at some of the assessment tools and protective strategies you can use to take the guesswork out of fall prevention including: • Why the resident fell • Types of falls • Preventing falls • Making your long-term care facility safer for everyone. (19 minutes)

Heat Illness Prevention
  • Heat Illness Prevention (Flash Drive)

    This training program will look at the different components of heat stress. The purpose is to help you understand the hazards and dangers associated with heat stress and educate you on ways to prevent and protect yourself from illness and injury. (19:42 minutes)

  • Housekeeping: It's Everyone's Job (VHS)

    Housekeeping in an office/manufacturing setting reviews seven essential rules to good housekeeping controls. Copyright 1991. (10 minutes)

  • Winning Ticket: Housekeeping on the Job Site (VHS)

    Stresses the importance for good housekeeping practices on a job site. Fine key categories supplement the video, which are: fire and explosion hazards, storage and organization, slips and trips, accident prevention, and emergency procedures. (11 minutes)

Job Hazard Analysis
  • Job Hazard Analysis: What Employees Can Do (Safety Now Program) (VHS)

    Explains job hazard analysis for detecting hazards in the workplace by observing jobs, determining the steps involved, identifying hazards, detecting unsafe acts and unsafe conditions, and determining methods to reduce or eliminate specific job hazards through various means such as guarding, PPE, ergonomics, and training. (8 minutes)

Ladder Safety
  • Lockout/Tagout - Your Key to Safety (VHS)

    This program will give your authorized, affected, and other employees the critical information they need to help prevent injuries and comply with OSHA's lockout/tagout training and retraining requirements. (20 minutes)

  • Lockout/Tagout Procedures: Key to Life (VHS)

    Begins with recreated work place accident that actually resulted in a fatality. Then addresses why Lockout/Tagout is needed and the proper procedures involved with the program such as power source identification, lock and tag uses, testing power source, devices to lockout/tagout power sources, and start up procedures. (16 minutes)

  • Lockout/Tagout: Controlling the Beast (Binder) (VHS)

    Uncontrolled energy can hurt, or even kill you. This video discusses OSHA's Lockout/Tagout Standard. It also teaches basic concepts about energy sources, what Lockout/Tagout is, and when to use it. (20 minutes)

  • Lockout/Tagout: Controlling the Beast (Tape only) (VHS)

    Uncontrolled energy can hurt, or even kill you. This video discusses OSHA's Lockout/Tagout Standard. It also teaches basic concepts about energy sources, what Lockout/Tagout is, and when to use it. (20 minutes)

  • Take Control: Lockout/Tagout (VHS)

    Stresses to contractors the importance of using Lockout/Tagout procedures on job sites. Identifies the necessary steps (seven) to be taken when performing Lockout/Tagout procedures on a job site. Also, the necessary steps (three) to be performed when releasing energy controls. (21 minutes)

  • Working Safely With Machinery (VHS)

    The video covers the 4 key categories of machine safety: preliminary assessment, PPE, guards and safety devices, and maintenance and repair. (12 minutes)

  • Burn Emergencies: Prevention and Response (VHS)

    The purpose of this video is to make employees aware of the burn hazards around them so that they can take steps to protect themselves and others from harm, and how to treat and identify types of burns. (10 minutes)

  • Medical Emergencies in the Workplace I (VHS)

    Life-Sustaining Response: This video covers basic emergency first response steps. (13 minutes)

  • Medical Emergencies in the Workplace II (VHS)

    Emergency First Response: This video contains emergency situations such as spinal injuries, broken bones, bleeding, shock, burns and choking. (17 minutes)

  • Medication and Safety (VHS)

    Viewers will see a worker almost caused a chemical to overflow, due to the side effects experienced from an OTC cold medicine taken. In another situation, an employee recklessly drives a forklift after having increased the dosage of prescription medicine. Viewers will be shown the mistakes that these employees made while taking their medications and the steps that they should have taken to ensure they were using these medicines correctly, safely, and with the proper care. (13 minutes)

  • Accidents Aren't Just One Of Those Things (VHS)

    Martin Lesperance, 20 years of experience as a firefighter and paramedic, shares his experiences and stories with a live audience. He addresses many important safety issues that all employees need to hear, including the following: Accidents aren’t “just one of those things;” the injuries we call “accidents” can be prevented. We all have reasons to work safely other than just ourselves. Why we must wear our personal protective equipment. If you notice a dangerous situation, fix it immediately. Martin Lesperance shares his experiences in a moving and effective way. (20 minutes)

  • Safety Starts with Awareness, Awareness Starts with You (DVD)

    The Bernie Inman Story: A hard hitting true story of how a workplace accident affects an entire family (not just the injured employee). CAUTION: Video does contain several graphic photographs of Bernie’s burned body. (20 minutes)

Office Ergonomics
Office Safety
  • Safety in the Office (VHS)

    Learn good office safety practices to keep co-workers and themselves safe on the job. (15 minutes)

  • The Case for Safety (VHS)

    This video is designed to make employees more aware of the importance of safety and encourage them to take safety more seriously. The video covers four basic safety points: follow safety rules and procedures, keep everyone’s safety in mind, take action against hazards, and think “safety” before you act. (12 minutes)

Personal Protective Equipment
Power Tool Safety
  • On Your Guard: Power Tool Safety (VHS)

    Outlines basic power tool safety specifically on circular saws, radial arm saws, table saws, portable drills, portable sanders, bench grinders, angle grinders, and reciprocating saws. General electrical safety touched on as well. Produced 1992. (14 minutes)

Protect Your Hearing
  • Protect Your Hearing (VHS)

    Exposure of excessive noise throughout industry, office settings and household exposure which can cause cumulative hearing impairments. Briefly dissects the inner ear and its workings. The use of proper hearing precautions for both work and home. (8 minutes)

Repair Technicians
  • Safety Training for Repair Technicians (VHS)

    Deals with vehicle and equipment repair technicians. Discusses the top three injuries involved with this type of work which are eye, hand, and back. Video shows hazards associated with each, personal protective equipment to be worn, and corrective action to be taken to avoid such injuries. Also briefly talks about dollars saved for repair shop owners if these and other general work-related injuries are prevented. (22 minutes)

Repetitive Motion
  • Goin' Through the Motions (VHS)

    Causes and risk factors related to repetitive motion trauma. Good instructions for workers, not overly technical, current. (13 minutes)

  • Goin' Through the Motions for Supervisors (VHS)

    Good overview of repetitive motion trauma from supervisors standpoint. Good review of causes and methods to prevent repetitive motion trauma. Emphasis on industrial situations that cause carpal tunnel syndrome. (13 minutes)

  • Hand and Wrist Injuries (Safety Bites) (VHS)

    Brief description of various types of injuries to the hand and wrist, including fractures, sprains, fingertip injuries, lacerations, and nerve compression. Graphic pictures of some hand injuries. Discussion of first aid, surgery and other measures to treat hand and wrist injuries. (6 minutes)

  • Breathing Easier: The Basics of Respiratory Protection (VHS)

    Produced by AGC. Respiratory protection in construction as it applies to OSHA standards. Discussion of a Respiratory Protection Program which highlights the component parts of the program. Discussion of use, storage, inspection, medical review, and proper selection. Highlights the differences of respirators, the importance of proper use, and proper training. (18 minutes)

Robot Safety
  • Industrial Robot Safety Training Program (VHS)

    Highlights the rules and standards for safe operation of robotic equipment. The video presents provisions of the American Standard for Industrial Robotics and Robot Systems – safety requirements: ANSI/RIA R15.06-1999. Very good overview of robotic safety. (20 minutes)

Safety Economics
  • Safety: The Bottom Line (VHS)

    Identifies and explains the direct and indirect costs associated with workers' compensation claims (accidents/injuries). Reasons for establishing a comprehensive and formal injury-free safety program. Explains how and why safety generates profit. (18 minutes)

Seasonal Safety
  • Winter Safety (VHS)

    Outside workers encounter cold conditions. How to cope with hypothermia and frostbite. Good review of recognition and treatment. (15 minutes)

  • Safety Signs (VHS)

    This video emphasizes on paying attention to safety signs, learn to recognize the safety messages, keeping safety signs clear for others, and posting your own messages when necessary. (12 minutes)

  • Hot Work: Welding and Cutting Safety (VHS)

    Produced by AGC. Hazards associated with electric and gas welding units. Precautionary measures to be taken when welding or cutting. Discusses use of welding components, protective clothing, confined space precautions, eye protection, and general safety precautions. (14 minutes)

  • Safe Use of Compressed Gas Cylinders (Safety Bites) (VHS)

    A basic explanation of compressed gas cylinders, fourteen basic points are discussed, such as handling procedures, storage, regulator use, emergency procedures, etc. Good concise highlight showing the hazards of compressed gas cylinders. (6 minutes)

Workplace Violence
  • Safety and Security (VHS)

    This video contains dramatic scenarios that show what could happen if employees don’t work toward safety and security in the workplace. Be alert to intruders, observe posted warnings, practice after-hours safety, and support your company’s drug-abuse policy. (9 minutes)

  • Watch Out for Assault: Staying Safe and Secure (VHS)

    This video covers personal safety on the street, staying safe entering and exiting buildings and staying safe while inside buildings, and safety in your car. (13 minutes)

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