Part I: Proper Handling – Potential hazards, labels material safety data sheets, and work practices. 20 minutes
Part II: Health Hazards – Personal protective equipment, health effects, signs of exposure, routes of entry, ventilation, and work habits. 20 minutes
Decontamination, National Fire Protection Association (1986) – For emergency service personnel. Guidelines for developing standard operating procedures for decontamination during hazardous materials incidents. 24:41 minutes
First on the Scene, Chemical Manufactures Association (1986) – Example cases, health hazards, protective equipment, rescue, and emergency actions. 32 minutes
Flammable Liquids, Valley Videos, Inc. (1991) – Brief introduction mentioning forklift safety around flammable liquids drums. 7 minutes
Haz Mats! Case Studies for Emergency Responders, National Fire Protection Association (1989) – Pre-emergency planning, rescue, containment, control tactics, clean up, evacuation, protective equipment, long duration incidents, and decontamination. 29:50 minutes
Introduction to Chemical Safety, NUS training Corporation (1987) – Chemical hazards, controlling exposure. 12 minutes
Introduction to Process Management, NUS Training Corporation (1992) 0 OSHA’s process safety management standard. 12 minutes
Introduction to Reactive and Explosive Materials, NUS Training Corporation (1988) – Describes and demonstrates the destructive power of each of the eight classifications of reactive and explosive materials. 22:45 Minutes
LP Gas: Emergency Planning & Response, National Fire Protection Association (1986) – Characteristics of liquid propane gas, kinds of fire emergencies that can arise and recommended strategies. 19:17 minutes
Teamwork, Chemical Manufacture’s Association (1985) – Emergency response. 36:55 minutes
HAZARD COMMUNICATION (“Right-to-Know”) MSDS: Read it Before You Need it, [English, Spanish, and Portuguese], Coastal - The more you know about the materials you work with, the more you can protect yourself from their dangers. One way to understand these materials is to read their Material Safety Data Sheets, or MSDSs. These informational sheets tell you about a material's safety components, its dangers, and how to work with it safely. DVD
Hazard Communication: A Health Responsibility, Coastal training technologies (1989)- OSHA standard, material safety data sheets, identifying chemicals, warning labels, written hazard communication program, training, physical and health hazards. 19 minutes
Hazard Communication for Safety, Blue Prints for Safety
The topic of hazard communication may seem technical at first, but this guide is designed to present a simple, step-by-step approach to developing a hazard communication program. This program will help you make sure that all of you employees are trained in the safe use of hazardous materials. Includes DVD, participant handbooks, training binder and booklets. Also available in Spanish. 17 minutes
Hazard Communication: Satisfying the OSHA Standard, Wumbus
This video will go over the information needed in order to safely protect yourself from hazards associated with the use, transportation, machinery and disposal of dangerous chemicals. DVD. 27:09 Minutes. Also available in Spanish.
Hazard Communication: The Message is Safety, CLMI
This DVD is essential as an orientation for your construction workers, explains the Hazard Communication Standard. 14:00 minutes. DVD
Hazard Communication: The Road To Safety: VHS
Covers identifying potential hazards, warning labels and material safety data sheets. Trainer’s Toolkit includes leader’s guide and employee handbook. 16 minutes
Hazard Communication: The Road To Safety, Coastal 16:00 Minutes DVD (Also in Spanish) 16:00 Minutes
This DVD features the training content of Hazard Communication: The Road To Safety video. It includes essential information to help you comply with this frequently-cited standard and to help employees identify hazards, understand warning labels and MSDSs.
Hazard Communication: Your Key to Chemical Safety [English and Spanish], Blueprints - Despite years of training on Hazard Communication, employees often ignore the hazards of chemicals in the workplace. CLMI’s new video program takes a fresh approach to this topic and gives practical information on the use of chemicals to answer the following four questions: What am I working with? Can it hurt me? How do I protect myself? What do I do if something goes wrong? The program also covers new information on the new Global Harmonization labeling system. 15:00 minutes. DVD
Hazard Communication: Your Safety Net, Safety 101. Coastal. (2000)
If your employees are working with chemicals, hazard communication is their safety net. This important program focuses on the essentials to safely work with chemicals. 16 minutes. VHS. Includes booklet.
Covers identifying potential hazards, warning labels and material safety data sheets. Trainer’s Toolkit includes leader’s guide and employee handbook. 16 minutes
Hazardous Materials Handling: Hazard Communication, Summit Training Source - Part of the Hazardous Materials Handling series. Covers the importance and procedures of container labeling and Material Safety Data Sheets. 14 minutes. DVD and support material kit.
Right to Know, Summit Training Source - Hazard communication training on MSDSs, as well as terms and labeling compliance. 6:00 minutes. DVD
Right-to-Know for the Food Retailing Industry, MARCOM. Regulatory Meeting Series
Created specifically to assist food service facilities of all types in complying with federal, state and municipal "Right-To-Know" regulations, these products address the major education and training requirements in these "chemical hazard" laws. Includes quiz, employee training log, sample MSDS, poster and booklet. DVD 33:00 minutes
The System that Works, Comprehensive Loss Management, Inc. (1990)
Overview of the “right-to-know” program for the construction industry. 20 minutes
LABORATORY SAFETY Controlling Your risk: HIV in the research Laboratory, Howard Hughes Medical Institute (1994) – Provides an understanding of the risk for occupationally acquired AIDS. Illustrates how laboratory workers can minimize the risk of infection from bloodborne diseases. 28 minutes (2 copies)
Lab Safety: Under the Hood, Coastal Training Technologies (1998) – Designed to help employees develop safe work practices while in the lab and recognize common laboratory hazards. Includes chemical and health hazards, MSDS and exposure limits, and PPE and emergency procedures. Includes employee handbook. 18 minutes
Safety in the Research Laboratory, Howard Hughes Medical Institute – Makes laboratory personnel aware of the hazards associated with biomedical research and provides instruction in safe techniques to enable workers to protect themselves.
Set One (1991): Radionuclide Hazards, chemical hazards, and emergency response, 34 minutes
Set Two (1995): Centrifugation hazards, chemical storage hazards, and glassware washing hazards. 30 minutes
Set Three (1997): Mammalian cell culture hazards, X- ray diffraction hazards and assessing risks of toxic chemicals. 13 minutes
Safety: Isn’t It worth It? Fisher Scientific Company (1981) – Safety and health in the laboratory, safe handling of chemicals procedures, hazard control, protective equipment, and housekeeping. 13 minutes
SPRAY FINISHING and PAINTING Dual Protection, NIOSH (1984) –Protect the product and the worker in painting and coating operations. Health hazards, spray equipment health hazard controls, personal protection equipment. 14 minutes
Safety Orientation for the painting Industry, Painting and Decorating Contractors of America (1994) – basics of a safe work environment, hazard communication, material responsibilities. 24 minutes
UNDERGROUND STORAGE TANKS Tank Closure Without Tears: An Inspector’s Safety Guide, The New England Interstate water Pollution Control Commission (1990) - Hazard control of underground storage tanks, removal and permanent closure. 30 minutes (2copies)
HEALTH, OCCUPATIONAL See also: Hazardous and Toxic Substances, Personal Protective Equipment BLOODBORNE PATHOGENS and INFECTION CONTROL
Bloodborne Pathogens: Know The Risk! Coastal Video Communications (1997)- Risk of employee exposure, AIDS and hepatitis B, transmission of bloodborne diseases, minimizing risk, housekeeping, and proper waste disposal. Good for non-health care workers. Includes employee handbook and answers to quiz. 19 minutes
Bloodborne Pathogens: Know The Risk! [English, Spanish, and Portugese], Coastal Training Technologies - This DVD features the training content of Bloodborne Pathogens: Know The Risk video Vital information on HBV, HCV and HIV, transmission, minimizing risk, housekeeping and proper waste disposal, Risk of employee exposure to AIDS, Transmission of Bloodborne disease, and good for non-health care workers. Includes handbook and answers to quiz. 19 minutes. DVD
Bloodborne Pathogens: Protect Yourself, ( English and Spanish Versions), Coastal Video Communications(1997)- Basic precautions for all employees. Includes employee handbook and answers to quiz. 15 minutes
Bloodborne Pathogens: A Sharper Image, Coastal training Technologies (2001) – Treatment and prevention of bloodborne pathogens, personal protective equipment, engineering controls, and safe work practices. Includes employee handbook and answers to quiz. 19 minutes
Bloodborne Pathogens/Construction, National Safety Compliance
Designed to prevent exposure to HBV, HIV, and other bloodborne illnesses, this video explains the precautions necessary when administering first aid at a construction site.
17:00 minutes. DVD
Bloodborne Pathogens for Corrections, Coastal Training Technologies (2001)- Jail can be violent place. Fights, drugs, rapes, searches and other events can expose employees to infected bodily fluids. Based on OSHA 29 CFR 1910.1030, this vital video program will help workers keep dangerous bloodborne diseases locked away. Topics include: Bloodborne diseases; Transmissioon; Exposure Control Plan. Note:Graphic images 22 minutes
Bloodborne Pathogens: A Healthcare Refresher [English, Spanish, and Portugese], Coastal Training Technologies - This program is short and to the point! It's ideal for retraining healthcare professionals who have already received initial training. 11 minutes. DVD
Bloodborne Pathogens for Law Enforcement, Coastal Training technologies (2002)- As law enforcement personnel, you face dangers everyday. The transmission of bloodborne diseases doesn’t have to be one of them. This program reviews the essential elements of exposure control. Topics include: HBV, HIV and AIDS; infectious material; work controls, housekeeping, PPE. Note: Graphics images 19 minutes
Bloodborne Pathogens for School Employees: The Straight Facts, Coastal Training Technologies- This program takes a closer look at the three main bloodborne pathogens putting your faculty at greatest risk in the job- Hepatitis B, Hepatitis C and HIV. The video also addresses the standard precautions school employees need to follow in order to protect themselves form transmission.15 Minutes
Effective Infection Control: A Training Program For Your Dental Office, American Dental Assocaition (1998)- One Program of three units, each consisting of a videotape segment and accompanying workbook material. 55 minutes
Unit 1: Principles and Fundamentals of Infection Control-Infectious disease and essential infection control practices, including immunization, hand washing, and personal protective equipment.
Unit 2: Clinical Procedures- Infection control practices during the provision of clinical care. As an aid to learning and applying these practices, the clinical period is divided into three phases; pre-treatment, clinical care and post- treatment.
Unit 3: Sterilization and Disinfection- Detailed information on the types and uses of liquid chemical agents for disinfection and sterilization.
Hepatitis B, The Virus, The Disease, CHIASMA, Inc., for Merck, Sharpe and Dohme (1994)- Traces infection from site of entrance to liver cells and replication within host DNA. The etiology of three exposures: immunization, chronic carrier and necrosis. 19 minutes
Infection Control and Standard Precautions, Medcom, Inc.(1997)- Overview of infection control: preventing nosocomial infections, the chain of infection, and means of prevention for health care workers. 22 minutes
Rescue BBP: Nothing to Fear, Coastal Training Technologies (1997)- How to minimize risk of exposure by understanding bloodborne diseases and transmission, housekeeping and proper waste disposal. Trainer’s toolkit includes employee handbook, leader’s guide, answers to quiz, and overhead transparencies. 22 minutes
DISEASES, OCCUPATIONAL Health Hazards in the Workplace, Health Educ Tech (1986)- 25 minutes each
Education Employees: Administration, art, auto mechanic, building/ grounds, custodial, food service, graphic art, metal shop, science, and transportation.
Government Employees: Administration, custodial, vehicle-equipment, fire fighting, health, clerical, painting, parks, plumbing, law enforcement, sewer/waste, streets, road building and maintenance, and water treatment.
Occupational Dermatoses, NIOSH (1970)-Statistics, predisposing factors, chemical causes, mechanical causes, biological agents, controls, personal protective equipment. 33 minutes
Poison Oak & Ivy Training, Tec Labs – This video makes plant identification, prevention, and treatment of poison oak and ivy easy to understand and simple to put into action, helping to reduce worker lost time. DVD 11:00 minutes.
Respirators: Your TB Defense, NIOSH (2000)- A brief description of respirator use in regards to tuberculosis, intended for healthcare workers. 14 minutes
Tuberculosis, Maryland Emergency Medical Services (1994) – Incidences of tuberculosis, transmission, exposure risk, protection and follow-up procedures. 15 minutes
Tuberculosis: Prevention and Practices for Health Care Workers, Medcom, Inc (1993)- Preventive measures, isolation procedures and practices for health care workers. 22minutes
FIRST AID & CARDIOPULMONARY RESCUSSITATION (CPR) A Second Chance for Life, Medcom, Inc. (1993)- Cases in which knowing CPR and first aid can mean life or death, vital techniques to use where there is heart failure or choking in and adult or a child. 23 minutes
Basic First Aid, AIMS Media (1991) – A how –to- video dealing with accidents in industry and construction. 17 minutes
First Aid, National Safety Compliance. Safety Meeting Kit Series
MARCOM's training products on "First Aid" show employees that knowing basic first aid can often limit the severity of any type of injury, or even prevent a death. Topics covered include: cuts and bleeding, muscle pulls and sprains, burns, broken bones, shock, artificial respiration and CPR and AED’s (Automated External Defibrillators). Includes quiz, training certificate, poster and employee. DVD 13:00 minutes
First Aid: Prepared to Help, [English, Spanish, and Portugese], Coastal - Being first on the scene of a workplace accident can be cause for panic. But with the training provided in this program, you can be confident that your employees can keep their cool, respond swiftly and apply life-saving measures. Get first-aid tips and and learn emergency response principles. DVD
The Heimlich Maneuver, Safety Short Production, Inc. (1989)-
How to recognize symptoms of choking and how to perform Heimlich maneuver on victims. 3:30 minutes
HEARING PROTECTION Hearing Conservation: What Do You Want to Hear?, [English, Spanish, and Spanish subtitles], Summit Training Source - This program will help prevent hearing loss and the associated costs at your site by creating an awareness and respect for noise hazards and motivating employees to protect their hearing. English and Spanish. 13:44 minutes. DVD and support material kit.
Hearing Loss, Films for the Humanities, Inc (1990)- Types of impairment, including hearing loss. Shows different ways in which mechanical aids, medication, and surgery can correct some problems. 26 minutes
Hearing Safety, Tel-A-Train (1985) – Hearing conservation program. Caused of hearing loss, noise, temporary threshold shift, hearing protectors and care of hearing protectors. 18 minutes
Industrial Noise, Special Spectrum, OSHA (1980)- Sources and effects of exposure, protection. How one company addressed noise in the workplace. 10 minutes
Noise and Hearing Conservation, Safetycare, Inc. (1989) – Engineering and administrative control, personal protection equipment. 13 minutes
Protect Your Hearing, Bureau of Business (1989)- Cumulative trauma Hearing Loss. 10 Minutes
HEAT and COLD STRESSBig Chill, The, Safety Short Production, Inc. (1992) – The basic “do’s” and “don’ts” for preventing or treating hypothermia. 5 minutes
Cold Weather Safety, NUS Training Corporation (1990)- Effects of wind chill and dampness on cold weather injuries, and symptoms and effects of trench foot, chilblains, hypothermia, frost bite, and safety precaution. 12 minutes
Heat Stress: Don’t Lose Your Cool, Coastal Training Technologies (2000)- Provides a no- nonsense approach to heat stress and how to prevent or treat heat disorders. Covers sunburn, acclimatization, heat rash, exhaustion, strike, fluid intake and eating habits, and clothing. Trainer’s toolkit includes leader’s guide and employee handbook. 14 minutes
Heat Stress in the Workplace, Educational Resources Inc. (1992) – How the body’s cooling system works, how to maintain fluids and minerals, what precaution to take to prevent heat stress. 14 Minutes
Heat Stress Prevention, Summit Training Source, Inc (1998)- Understand and use heat-response guidelines, including what is heat stress, how the body becomes overheated, how the body cools itself, warning sign and symptoms, treatment , and prevention. Includes facilitator guide and employee handbook. 11:45 minutes. Also available in Spanish.
Heat Stress: Staying Healthy, Working Safely, Wumbus
As our body temperature climbs, our ability to think clearly is compromised and we can easily become irritated, irrational and possibly violent. This video will help understand the hazards that come with working in the heat, and how to potentially minimize those hazards. Essentially, if we gain a solid understanding how the body works and begin to work with out bodies, we can easily maintain our optimum health while working in these extreme working conditions. DVD. 14:54 minutes. Also available in Spanish.
Hypothermia, Summit Training Source - The program features contractors, maintenance workers, operators, and utility and delivery workers, the program creates an awareness and respect for the hazards associated with overexposure. DVD
Summer Safety, Tel-A-Train (1990) – Hazards of summertime: drowning, sunburn, heat exhaustion, snakes, insect bites, and poison ivy. 10 minutes
Winter Safety, Coastal Training Technologies (1993) – Signs, treatment, and prevention of hypothermia and frostbite. Off-the-job winter safety. Includes employee handbook and answers to quiz. 14 minutes
Working Safely in Hot Environments, CLMI - This video covers dangers associated with working in hot environments. These include heat stress, heat cramps, heat exhaustion, and heat stroke. 15:00 minutes. DVD. Also available in Spanish.
HUMAN BODY The Circulatory System: Hot and Cold, Films for the Humanities, Inc. (1993) – Range of mechanisms the human body uses to maintain a steady internal temperature and protect its vital organs. 26 minutes
Defense Mechanisms, Films for the Humanities, Inc. (1993) – Illustrates graphically how disease occurs. 28 minutes
The Immune System, Films for the Humanities, Inc. (1993) – Function of the healthy immune system, how it can reject an organ transplant, examples of drugs that repress the rejection process, uses and dangers of bone marrow transplants. 28 minutes
Respiration, Films for the Humanities, Inc. (1993) – Role of breathing in supplying oxygen. Explains the breathing mechanism, function of the diaphragm and ribs, chemical and neural aspects of breath, airways to, from and within the lungs, and how the exchange of gases takes place. Explains the cause and treatment of various breathing disorders. 28 minutes
The Skin, Films for the Humanities, Inc. (1993) – Examines the varied tasks done routinely by the body’s largest organ. 28 minutes
The Spine, Films for the Humanities, Inc. (1993) – Structure and functions of the spine.
INDUSTRIAL HYGIENE What in the World Is an Industrial Hygienist? American Industrial Hygiene Association (1992) – Industrial Hygienists are professionals dedicated to preventing work-related illness and injury, protecting people where they work and live. 12 minutes
SUBSTANCE ABUSE Drugs and Alcohol in the Workplace, Safety care Inc. (1991) - Identify problems and look at options available to deal with these problems. 21 minutes
Substance Abuse: Is It Our Problem, Mining Industry Committee on the substance Abuse(1990) - Methods to eliminate the abuse of alcohol and other drugs in the workplace. 34 minutes
VIBRATION SYNDROME Vibration Syndrome Part 1, National Audio-Visual Center (1992) – Hand/arm, whole body vibration. Causes, assessment, and treatment. 26 minutes
MACHINERY and EQUIPMENT AERIAL LIFTS Aerial Lift Safety, Summit Training Source, Inc. (1996)- Pre-operation inspection, preparing the work site, vehicle stabilization, proper means of travel and safe work practices, including work around electrical lines. 14:30 Minutes
Safe Operation of Scissors Boom Lifts, CLMI
Operating an elevator platform in an unsafe or improper manner can be very dangerous. This video shows the dangers of scissor boom lifts. It uses real-life examples. It also explains how to take care of the equipment and how to perform a workplace inspection to ensure the safety of the operators and pedestrians. 18:00 minutes. DVD
Scissors Lifts in Construction [English and Spanish], Coastal Training Technologies (1996) – Lifting principles, walk-around inspections, electricity, and operation. 9 minutes
The Sky’s the Limit: Aerial Work Platform Safety, CLMI
This video highlights potential hazards associated with construction work performed on elevated platforms. 15:00 minutes. DVD
BACKHOES Backhoe Opearations and Safety, Public Agencies Safety and Training Series, The Film Library (1990)- General information about safety in backhoe operations, daily pre-check and precautions. 7 minutes
Backhoe Safety and Operation, Long Island Productions, Inc. (1994) – General information about personal protective equipment, inspection and maintenance checklist. Operation: startup, driving, moving, and refueling. Digging: positioning, moving soil and loading trucks. 8 minutes
Loader Backhoe Safety, Siegel and Associates (1992) – Comprehensive safety framework for loader backhoe operation. Hands-on-realities of everyday tasks on the job.