Maryland occupational safety and health


Download 0.51 Mb.
Date conversion29.03.2017
Size0.51 Mb.
1   2   3   4   5   6   7   8


A Welcome Interruption, GFCI, Safety Short Production, Inc. (1989) - Need for and operation of ground fault circuit interrupters. 6:20 minutes
Construction Electrical Safety, Coastal Training Technologies (1993) - A brief explanation of the OSHA and NEC standards for working near, installing, and repairing electrical wiring and equipment on construction sites. 10 minutes
Electrical Bonding and Grounding, Educational Resources, Inc. (1990) - How static electricity can be reduced using grounding and bonding. Techniques to help prevent explosions ignited by static electricity. 10 minutes
Electrical Safety: Basic Principles [English, Spanish, and Portugese], Coastal Training Technologies - Anyone working with electricity must know and apply basic safety principles and proper emergency procedures. This popular program defines common electrical terms and explains housekeeping and circuit protection devices.
Electrical Safety Beware the Bite, Coastal- Electrocution is the second biggest killer of employees in general industry. OT protect you, (OSHA) published rules for safe electrical work practice. Following these regulations can help you work safely. Covers: Engineering controls, safe work practices & personal protective equipment (PPE). 20 minutes, VHS video

Electrical Safety: NFPA 70E, Summit Training Source - NFPA 70E will train employees on the hazards of working with electrical currents. English and Spanish. 17:40 minutes. DVD and facilitator guide.

Electrical Safety In the Laboratory, National Safety Compliance

This production is designed to train all employees in the use of GFCI’s. It explains how the system works and the elements of the mandatory GFCI written program. 13:00 Minutes DVD

Electrical Safety for Non-Electrical Workers, NUS Training Corporation (1991) -

Basic electrical concepts, personal injuries, avoiding electrical hazards and responding to electrical emergencies. 20 minutes

Electrical Safety for Non-Electricians, CLMI

Covers common terms used in the electrical industry, conditions that could cause an insulator to become a converter and other important topics that are necessary to know in order to avoid an electrical accident that could cause death.18:00 minutes. DVD

Electrical Safety for the Qualified Worker, Coastal Training Technologies (2004).

Be sure your qualified electrical workers are well informed about safety procedures. This training program will teach them the proper methods and precautions to avoid electrical shock, serious burns and arc flash accidents. Topics covered include: Correct PPE; Lockout/tagout procedures; NFPE 70E; Arc Flash hazard analysis. Includes employee handbook. 15 minutes. DVD and VHS

Electrical Safety: Controlling the Hazards, Summit Training Source, Inc. - Featuring

footage from a variety of workplace settings, this program teaches any type of worker how to identify potential electrical hazards, as well as steps to take to prevent electrical incidents from happening in the first place. Includes facilitator guide and employee handbook. 13 minutes

Ground Fault Circuit Interrupter, National Safety Compliance

This production designed to train all employees in the use of GFCI’s. It explains how the system works and the elements of the mandatory GFCI written program. 11:00 minutes. DVD

Hazard Recognition for Utility Workers, Coastal Training Technologies (2004) - Utility workers are exposed to workplace dangers daily. Teach your employees how to recognize the hazards they face. This training program uses hazard scenarios specific to utility workers to illustrate the three causes of accidents, the importance of looking for and correcting unsafe conditions, and how to control the hazardous energy in a situation to prevent accidents and injury. Includes employee handbook. 18 minutes
High-Impact Life and Death Series Electrical Safety, CLMI

This dynamic video will help your employees re-focus on the lifesaving power of lock-out/tag-out by showing life and death consequences of inappropriate actions. Employees discover how lock-out mistakes cause serious injuries and death. 19:00 minutes. DVD

Shock Proof: Qualified Employee, Summit Training Source, Inc. (2004) - This program features scenes from a wide variety of workplace settings, making it relevant to all types of workers. Covers how to recognize electrical hazards; Safety practices to reduce the risk; and Best safety practices when working on energized parts. Includes facilitator guide and employee handbook. 21 minutes

Shock Proof: Unqualified Employee, [English, Spanish, and Spanish subtitles – DVD only], Summit Training Source, Inc. (2004) - This program features scenes from a wide variety of workplace settings, making it relevant to all types of workers. Covers why electricity is hazardous; How to recognize common electrical hazards; and How to prevent electrical accidents and injuries. Includes facilitator guide and employee handbook. 16:30 minutes. DVD and VHS

Take Electricity Seriously, DuPont (1993) - A culmination of several home video clips of actual accidents involving electrical contacts at work and home. 14 minutes



A Bit about Backs, Blueprints 2 (CLMI), Training Kit

Help deter back injury in your workplace with this unique, three-module program about back injury prevention. Each module opens and closes with a brief comedy club act that highlights humorous aspects of back care. Its refreshingly entertaining approach will help employees retain useful information that reinforces positive behavior. Includes instructor guide, DVD and participant handbook. Includes module 1, 2 & 3. 40:00 minutes.

Back Safety For First Respondents, Coastal (2004)

While your EMTs, firefighters and law enforcement officers take care of others, you have to take care of them. To keep them healthy, lean on these solid safety techniques and exercises to keep their back muscles strong and flexible. Covers back structure, repetitive stress/illnesses/reverse stretching, common first responders back injuries, proper lifting techniques and training points for handling stretchers, gurneys and fire hoses. 21 Minutes, DVD. Also available in Spanish.

Back Injury Prevention, Blueprints - Back injuries are the #1 workplace safety problem and the #1 workers' compensation expense. Using common sense, simple exercises, proper lifting procedures and having an understanding of back stress can help you teach employees to take care of their backs. It's your key to reinforcing a company-wide culture that embraces healthy and injury-free workplace. 11:00 minutes. DVD

Back Injury Prevention for Safety, Blueprints. Trainer’s kit.

This guide is designed to provide a step-by-step approach to developing a back injury prevention program for your company. This program will help you train employees to understand how the back works and how to make choices to protect themselves.

Includes trainer’s guide, 5 participant handbooks, CD-ROM and DVD. 13:45 minutes.

Cumulative Trauma Disorders: Prevention for Employees, Comprehensive Loss Management, Inc. (2003) - This comprehensive program arms your employees with valuable, ergonomically correct information, helping them to understand what cumulative trauma disorders are, their causes, and most importantly, how to prevent injuries from occurring. Includes instructor's guide and employee handbook. 16 minutes
Elements of Back Care: General Industry, Blueprints. Trainer’s kit

This program will teach employees how to properly care for their backs and prevent injuries. Topics covered include the basic function and design of the back, body mechanics and movement, the importance of periodic stretching throughout the day, and various stretches and exercises. Includes DVD, instructor’s manual and 5 participant handbooks. 14 minutes

Elements of Back Care: Healthcare Industry, Blueprints - Elements of Back for the Health Care Industry, educates employees on how to properly care for their backs and prevent injuries in a health care setting. This program covers proper techniques for patient movements and transfers. Also included is information on the use of transfer tools to make jobs easier and safer. 16:00 minutes. DVD
Elements of Ergonomics for Safety, Blueprints. Trainer’s kit

This program is designed to provide a step-by-step approach to developing and ergonomics program for your company. This program help you analyze and adapt jobs to make them safer and train employees to understand how to work in ways that protect themselves from injury. Includes trainer’s guide, 5 participant handbooks, CD-ROM and DVD. 24:00 minutes

Ergonomics and You, NUS Training Corporation (1991), - On-the-job safety: sitting, standing, manipulating and lifting. 20 minutes

Ergonomics: the Practical Approach, Safety care Inc. (1993) – Job design, workplace design, environmental conditions, health and safety, and productivity. 19 Minutes
Ergo Safe, Comprehensive Loss Management, Inc. (1992) – a systematic method of ergonomic task analysis.

Module 1: Survey and Analyze. 14 Minutes

Module 2: Focus and Eliminate. 16 Minutes
Industrial Ergonomics, National Safety Compliance. Safety meeting Kit Series

Cover recognizing ergonomic problems, potential adverse effects and pragmatic solutions employees can use to address to these problems. It focuses on potential ergonomic problems in manufacturing, assembly and warehouse situations. Topic covered include: physiology of the body, parts of the body most affected, eye strain, pragmatic preventative measures, correct use of office equipment, exercises and stress. Includes quiz, poster and booklet. DVD 13:00 minutes.

Musculoskeletal Documents: Preventing Work-Related Disorders, NIOSH. CD-ROM covers several topics involving work-related disorders, including ergonomics, lifting safety, and the elements of ergonomic programs.
Office Ergonomics, National Safety Compliance. Video/DVD Training Program

MARCOM's training products on "Office Ergonomics" address how to recognize ergonomic problems, the potential of adverse effects and practical solutions employees themselves can use to help deal with ergonomic problems in the office. DVD, 21:00 minutes. Includes DVD, booklet and quiz.

Office Ergonomics: If Only Your Computer Could Talk, Business Training Systems. Trainer’s Guide. This is an engaging video with an emphasis on video display terminals. An amusing "screen saver" named Bill takes control of the situation and teaches everyone all he knows about proper VDT set-up and other office issues such as material handling. VHS 18:00 minutes. Includes booklet.

Office Ergonomic Task Analysis, Blueprints - This program guides your office/ergonomic team step-by-step through identifying and analyzing the stress-causing conditions and bad habits that lead to discomfort and injuries. Classroom and field sessions teach participants how to make effective ergonomic improvements. 17:00 minutes. DVD
Putting on Your Ergonomics for Safety. Blue Prints. Instructor Guide.

Noted ergonomist, Dan MacLeod, leads you through this new 6-module program designed to provide a comprehensive overview of the basic principles of ergonomics. Issues addressed include the symptoms and risk factors of Musculoskeletal Disorders (MSDs), how to generate ideas for better tools, equipment and work methods, and ways in which ergonomic adjustments improve the overall efficiency of your business. Includes CD-ROM, workbook, instructor guide and DVD. 37:00 minutes.

Safety: Everyone’s Responsibility, Phoenix Safety Management (2005).

This presentation highly motivates workers and management to work as a team and not as adversaries, ultimately creating a safer work environment. This is the same quality video as the 47 minute version above. It has been edited to meet your requests for a shorter version. The core message will impact the viewing audience and produce extraordinary results. 19:00 minutes. DVD. 3 copies available. Also available in Spanish.

The Finest Tools, NIOSH (1980) – Hand and wrist disorders. Carpal tunnel syndrome, measurement of muscle exertion, ergonomic tool design. 20 minutes (3 copies)

Back Safety Attitude, ERI safety videos (1993) – Recreation of accident scenarios to demonstrate how making excuses can lead to trouble when our backs are involved. Includes leader’s guide and quiz. 10 minutes

The Last Straw: A Guide to Manual Material Handling, ITS Corporation (1993) – Anatomy of the back and proper lifting techniques to minimize the risk of injury. 18 minutes
Lifting and Carrying [English and Spanish language], Safety care, Inc. (1990) – Back injuries and the role of the spine. Lifting and carrying techniques, types of footwear. 12 minutes
Lifting Safely in Construction, National Safety Compliance

Aspects of this training program include how the back functions, safest methods of lifting and prevention of back injury. 12:00 minutes, DVD

Your Healthy Back, Educational Opportunities (1988)

Module II: Preventing Back Problems,–How the back works and causes of back injuries, common disorders and proper body mechanics and lifting techniques. 24 minutes
Preventing Terminal Illness: VDT Ergonomic Programs That Work, Labor Occupational Health Program (1992) – General overview. 20 minutes
VDTs – The Human Factor, National Safety Council (1985) – Common problems with video display terminal use, ways to improve lighting, seating and other work area problems. 10:08 Minutes (2 copies)
Working with Display Screen Equipment, safety care Inc. (1993) –General overview.

13 minutes


Cave-In! Trenching and Shoring Safety [English and Spanish]], Coastal Training Technologies (1994) – Every year about 400 U.S. workers die in trenches and 6,400 workers are seriously injures in trench cave-ins. Your employees need to understand trench hazards and how to prevent cave-ins. 18:00 Minutes, DVD

The Competent Person and Soils Testing, Zomar Productions, Ltd. (1990)-Overview. 27 minutes
Excavation-29 CFR1926 Subpart P, National Audiovisual Center (1992)-Overview of trenching and shoring requirements if the standard. 23 minutes
Excavations, Trenches & Shoring, Summit Training Source, Inc. (1996)-Overview of protective systems, regulatory requirements, and safe work practices. Includes facilitator guide and employee handbook. 15:40 minutes
In the Trenches: Excavation Safety for Workers, CLMI

This video teaches the viewer how to work in and around excavations and trenches safely.

14:00 minutes, DVD. Available in Spanish
In the Trenches: Excavation Safety for Workers, The Associated General Contractors of America. This video covers protective systems (3) and how to use them. Also talks about safe work habits and emergency procedures. Discusses what a competent person is and the skills he/she must possess. 15:00 Minutes. DVD.
Trenching and Shoring Safety, Long Island Productions, Inc. (1993) – Comply with OSHA 1926.650-652. Before the excavation, soil classification, support systems, sloping and benching, timber and aluminum hydraulic shoring, emergency response for cave-ins. 13:31 minutes

Fall Protection, National Association of Home Builders. See demonstrations of safe work practices and equipment in ways that meet OSHA’s requirements. The video highlights key prevention measures through the use of guardrails, personal fall arrest systems, slide guards, safety nets, aerial and fork-lift baskets, and other safety equipment. Start reducing exposure to falls on your jobsites today! The DVD contains two 30-minutes videos, one in English, and the other in Spanish.

Fall Protection: The Right Connection, Coastal – In buildings and on scaffoldings, the dangers run high and your safety standards have to tower above the risks. Heighten yours now with this highly valuable information on fall protection equipment, safety measures and fall emergency response. Topics covered include guardrails, personal fall arrest systems, positioning devices, proper use and maintenance, and rescue from height.
Construction Fall Protection for Safety, Blue Prints for Safety, Trainer’s Kit

Some accidents don't allow you the time to learn from your mistake. Falling from a dangerous height is on accident that rarely offers you a second chance. This program teaches your employees the importance of using the correct fall protection. The informative video provides a detailed illustration of the various types of fall protection and how to properly use them to avoid a deadly fall. Includes trainer’s guide, 5 participant handbooks, CD-ROM and DVD. 12:00 minutes

Dancing Alone, National Erectors Association – Video details true story of a man who lost his life in an on-the-job fall and the effect his death had on the family. 11 Minutes
Don’t Fall for it: Preventing Slips, Trips, and Falls, ITS Corporation (1989) – Causes of falls and how to prevent them. 20 Minutes

Heightened Awareness: Fall Protection in the Construction Industry, Associated General Contractors of America

This DVD video is an excellent resource to help you comply with OSHA’s Fall Protection Standards for construction. Make sure your employees know the eight types of fall protection: guardrails, safety nets, personal fall arrest systems, warning lines, controlled access zones, safety monitors, and a fall protection. 20 minutes, DVD

Fall Protection: Preparation, Application and Safety, Wumbus, DVD

Falls from any height can be dangerous. Whenever you are working 6 or more feet high, OSHA requires fall protection. This video goes over the different types of fall protection, when to use them and how to use them properly so that they can help avoid accidents. DVD. 19:56 minutes. Also available in Spanish.

Fall Protection: Safety Partner, NUS Training Corporation (1996) – Working conditions, fall prevention, and fall arrest. Common examples of equipment used for each, typical personal fall arrest system, selection and care of equipment. 18:20 minutes
Fall Protection: What’s Required and Beyond, Coastal Training technologies (1995) – Review of the fall protection standard for walking/working surfaces in construction, with help choosing effective fall protection. 21 minutes
The First step to Danger, Safety short production, Inc. (1989) – Safety procedures for taking the first step down. 4:08 minutes
Personal Fall Protection Equipment, Education Resources Inc. (1992) – Basic principals of fall protection, anchorage point, snap hooks, harnesses, belts, shock absorbers, and system elongation. 24 minutes
Personal Fall Protection: One Step Beyond – [English, Spanish and Portuguese Version] Each Year, on average, between 150 and 200 workers are killed and more than 100,000 are injured as a resulit of falls. This training program, which is based on Subpart M, will show general industry employees how to protect themselves from such fatal falls. 13:00 Minutes, DVD

Preventing Slips, Trips, and Falls: General Industry [English and Spanish], Blueprints - Preventing Slips, Trips and Falls for General Industry, is designed to address the needs of a general industry work setting. The program provides detailed information about how to create a safe environment for both employees and customers. Program Highlights: The Mechanics of Slips, Trips, and Falls. Causes of Slips, Trips, and Falls. Identifying Areas Slips, Trips, and Falls May Occur. Tips for Avoiding Slip, Trip, and Fall Incidents. How to Responding to Accidents. 17:00 minutes. DVD

Residential Construction Fall Protection, Disc 1, WVU Safety and Health (2003)
Residential Construction Fall Protection, Disc 2, WVU Safety and Health (2003)
Slippin and Trippin, Safety Short Production, Inc. (1987)- Ways to prevent hazardous situations and encourage workers to keep work areas clean and free of debris. 5:37 minutes
Slips & Falls in Construction, National Safety Compliance

Using a proactive approach, this program highlights the individual’s responsibility for injury prevention. 10:00 minutes, DVD

Slips, Trips & Falls: Taking the Right Steps VHS Video: Coastal 19:00 Minutes

Slips, Trips and falls are a major cause of injuries both at work and at home. They can happen anywhere. Some injuries are minor, but others involve broken bones, serious back injuries, head trauma and even death. The good news is, preventing slips, trips and falls is not difficult. It takes a combination of being aware of your surroundings, practicing good housekeeping and using equipment properly. Covers: Preventing Slips, Trips & Falls. Also available in Spanish.

The First Step to Danger. Safety Shorts. VHS.

The National Safety Council reports that falls account for 13 percent of all accidental deaths, second only to motor vehicles. And statistics have shows the most fatal falls occur on the first step down from a high place. This video tape reviews safety procedures for taking that first step down. 4:08 minutes. VHS.


The Case of the Wrong Ladder, Educational resources Inc. (1991) – Do’s and Don’ts of using ladders, evaluating ladder quality. 18 minutes

Ladder Safety, Safety Short Production, Inc. (1989) – Dangers and safe use of various types ladders and portable steps. 6:21 minutes


Ladder Safety in Construction, National Safety Compliance.

Aspects of this training program include safety requirements for step and straight ladders, belt buckle rule, 4:1 ration and how to reduce ladder injuries due to incorrect procedures or unsafe behaviors. 9:00 minutes. DVD
Ladder Safety in Construction, Long Island Production, Inc. (1994) – Compliance with 1926. 1060, training on fall hazards, and picking the right ladder for the job. Step stools and ladders, metal ladders, straight ladders, platforms ladders. 5 minutes
Ladder Safety: Take the Right Steps, Summit training Source, Inc. (1996) – selecting the correct ladder, inspecting before use, setup, climbing techniques, maintenance and storage. 12:58 minutes
Stairways and Ladders: The First Step [English, Spanish, and Portugese], Coastal Training Technologies - Don't be deceived. Stairways and ladders may not appear to be as dangerous as scaffoldings, yet every year, over 34,000 workplace accidents involve stairways or ladders. Before your employees step on that stairway or ladder, they must review the crucial safety precautions in this program. They must understand why these stairway and ladder accidents occur and what they can do to prevent them. DVD

Fire: Countdown to Disaster, National Fire Protection Association (1991) - Vividly demonstrates the rapid manner in which a fire can grow and spread in a structure. 17 minutes

Fire Extinguishers: How & When To Use Them, CLMI – Since fire is one of the most common hazards in the workplace, it is important for your employees to know how to properly use a fire extinguisher if a fire should break out. Of course, fire prevention is always the best safety policy to follow, but prevention is not always possible. This program will teach your employees how to calmly and effectively deal with fires and correctly use a fire extinguisher. 12:00 minutes. DVD. Also available in Spanish.
Fire Extinguishers: Your PASS to Safety, Coastal Training Technologies (2000) – Covers the three elements of fire and ways to eliminate them; different fire extinguishers and their uses; classes of fire; the PASS procedure; and when to call the fire department. Includes employee handbook. 10 Minutes
Fire Extinguisher for Safety, Blueprints, Trainer’s Kit

Since fire is one of the most common hazards in the workplace, it is important for your employees to know how to properly use a fire extinguisher if a fire should break out at your work site. Of course, fire prevention is always the best safety policy to follow, but prevention is not always possible. This program will teach your employees how to calmly and effectively deal with fires and correctly use a fire extinguisher. Includes trainer’s guide, 5 participant handbooks, CD-ROM and DVD. 11:00 minutes. Also available in Spanish.

Fire Safety: There’s No Second Chance, Coastal, Inc. (2002) – This program features the training content of Coastal’s Fire Safety: There’s No Second Chance video explains vital points on the elements and classes of fire, the proper use of fire extinguishers and emergency action plans. 20 Minutes. DVD includes Spanish, English & Portuguese versions.

Fire Power, National Fire Protection Association (1986) – Power and speed of an uncontrolled fire. 17:16 Minutes

Fire Prevention, Summit Training Course, Inc. (1998) – Live-action video filmed at a fire training center identifies the leading causes of fires 15:50 Minutes.
Petroleum Fire, National Fire Protection Association (1991) – Hazards, prevention and emergency response. 19:10 minutes
Portable Fire Extinguishers, Coastal training Technologies (1991)-Description and use of basic fire extinguishers for industry and construction. 14 minutes
Static Electricity, Iowa State University (1979) – Definitions, generation of static electricity, how to reduce or prevent static electricity. 10 Minutes
Static Electricity: The Unseen Danger, ITS Corporation (2001) – How to handle combustible materials safely and guard against static charges by effectively bonding and grounding equipment, tanks, and piping systems (for general industry). Includes leader’s guide and employee quiz. 25 minutes
Anhydrous Ammonia Coastal: 22:00 Minutes DVD (Also in Spanish)

Anhydrous ammonia plays a crucial role in making many necessities of life, but it can be toxic – even deadly. This video program covers basic facts about the chemical, while discussing personal protection and emergency response.

Asbestos Awareness: Are You at Risk? Coastal Technologies (1995) – Introduction to asbestos and how it is used. Includes employee handbook and answers to quiz. 19 minutes

Asbestos Awareness: Controlling Exposure, Coastal Training Technologies (1994) – Basic OSHA principles and work practices to help employees control their exposure to airborne asbestos fibers. Includes employee handbook and answers to quiz. 23 minutes

Don’t Blow It? EPA (1986) – Controlling asbestos dust in brake work. Vacuum, enclosure, wet methods, waste disposal. 18 minutes
Hazard Awareness/ Lead, 3M Corporation, Hazard Awareness Series (1984) – Overview of health hazards and protective measures. 12:08 minutes (2 copies)
Lead, ITS Corporation (1986) – Potential harmful effects of working with lead. Health problems and exposure limits associated with lead and precautions required by the OSHA lead standard. 10 minutes
Lead Safety: The OSHA Lead Standards for Construction and General Industry, International Film Bureau, Inc. (1993) – 29 CFR 1926.62, 29 CFR 1910.1025. Health Effects, exposure and control plan, medical surveillance program, air monitoring procedures, respiratory protection, hygiene and housekeeping, medical removal protection and benefits. 25 minutes
Lead Safety: Uncovering the Dangers, [English, Spanish, and Spanish subtitles], Summit Training Source - With the EPA now requiring all firms that come into contact with lead based paint to follow specific procedures, this video is perfect for employees that will be handling lead during renovation and repair projects done in buildings constructed before 1978. 12:43 minutes. DVD and support material kit
Personal Air Sampling for Lead, OSHA (1993) – Review of OSHA’s procedure for personal sampling for inorganic lead. 21 minutes

Working Safely with Lead, ITS Corporation (1993)- Describes symptoms of lead poisoning, methods for controlling exposure, exposure limits, training requirements, and medical surveillance programs. Includes employee handbook and 29 CFR 1926.62 (Lead in Construction with Maryland Amendments). 17 Minutes

Airborne Pathogens, Safety Shorts (2003) – Airborne pathogens spread through microscopic droplets released into the air, usually when an infected person coughs or sneezes. Help reduce risk of infection by practicing good hygiene and using infection control techniques to avoid risk of occupational exposure. 7 minutes
Ethylene Oxide, NIOSH (1983) – Sources of hazards, safe work practices. 20 minutes
Indoor Air Quality: Fundamental Improvements, Indoor Air Service, Inc. Educational Programs (1997) - On-site training program for the facility maintenance department. Trainer’s Toolkit 3 tapes, approximately 1hour
Innovations in Sander Ventilation, NIOSH (1987)- Control technology in woodworking operations. 8 minutes
Mold Awareness, Coastal Training Technologies (2003) – Molds are literally everywhere. While most molds are harmless to humans, some forms are believed responsible for respiratory illness. This informational video examines the different types of mold, explains how to reduce it in indoor environments and demonstrates what to do if your facility has a mold outbreak. 14 minutes
The Invisible Killer – Carbon Monoxide, Safety Short Production, Inc. (1989) – Recognition and treatment of exposure. 5 Minutes

Safety and Health Factors for Working with Silica, National AudioVisual Center (1990) Health hazards associated with breathing silica dust and methods of controlling these hazards. 22 minutes

Silica Exposure: It Can Leave You Breathless, CLMI

This video highlights the use of silica in the construction industry, its effects on the body and how workers can protect themselves from the hazards associated with silica exposure. 13:00 minutes. DVD. Also available in Spanish.

Silicosis: A Preventable Disease (1999), MSHA. In this video we will see a doctor answer questions about the health effects of silica exposure. 14 Minutes. DVD includes English & Spanish versions.
What Does The Term Silicosis Mean To You? (1998) Mine Safety and Health Administration The video is designed to raise the awareness of silicosis in the workplace and to stimulate a discussion of the disease. 13:00 Minutes. DVD version includes Spanish and English versions.
Chemical Handling: Flammables [English, Spanish, and Portugese], Coastal training Technologies (1992) – Basic information about flammables. Includes employee handbook and answers to quiz. 14 minutes. DVD and VHS
Chemical Handling Safety: Corrosives, Coastal Training Technologies (2003) – Teaches how to recognize corrosive materials and how to handle and use them safely. Covers identification and classification; solids, liquids and gases; emergency procedures; and storage and handling. 17 minutes

Chemical Handling Safety: Solvents, Coastal Training Technologies (2003) – Illustrates how knowledge and preparation, plus good work practices, will let you get the most of these materials and help keep you working safely. Covers common solvents, solvent hazards, protecting yourself, and accidents and emergencies. 16 minutes
Chemical Handling Safety: The Basics, Coastal Training Technologies (2003) – Covers the basics of chemical handling: hazard identification, personal protection and emergency response. 17 minutes
Chemical Safety, Tel-A-Train (1996)

1   2   3   4   5   6   7   8

The database is protected by copyright © 2017
send message

    Main page