The wake up call



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ACCIDENT INVESTIGATION & PREVENTION

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CLOSE CALLS: "THE WAKE UP CALL"
Get The Message Before It’s Too Late!
14 minutes (1996) 
Offers a dramatic look at "Close Calls and Near Misses," an important safety topic that is often overlooked.  Accidents are often preceded by some kind of close call involving unsafe conditions, unsafe actions, or minor injuries. Through dramatic accident scenarios and real life interviews, this video shows how to recognize these close calls and "Wake Up" to the danger they represent.


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WILL YOU BE HERE TOMORROW? 4 minutes (2001)

This shocking meeting opener will capture your employees’ attention and show them just how easily accidents can happen! Program features 10 graphic accidents along with worker testimony.




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INCIDENT INVESTIGATION12 1/2 minutes (1996)

Incident Investigation explains the difference between incidents and accidents.  The importance of following facility procedures for incident reporting is emphasized. The purpose of investigations, the investigation process, and the worker’s role in an investigation are explained. The program is intended for production, maintenance, and other personnel who have the potential to be involved in incidents which could result in personal injury, property damage, or harm to the environment.


PROCESS HAZARDS ANALYSIS - 9 minutes  (see Hazard Identification)

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TELLING YOUR SIDE OF THE STORY - 40 minutes (1989)
Investigation into a mysterious explosion and ensuing lawsuit.


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SUPERVISING SAFETY – YOU MAKE THE DIFFERENCE - 20 minutes
This video teaches supervisors how to spot accidents before they happen.


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SAFETY CARES: ACCIDENT REPORTING - 25 minutes
Accident investigation is an essential part of your overall safety program. This video gives tips to make the investigation run smoothly.


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INCIDENT PREVENTION - 14 minutes
A number of topics are included: Unsafe Acts vs. Unsafe Conditions, Reasons for an Incident Prevention Program, The Importance of Routine Maintenance, Using "What If" Tests, and the importance of effective communications.


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ACCIDENT CAUSES AND PREVENTION 2nd Edition - 16 minutes (1995)

Safety on the job looks at the five behaviors that cause accidents-stress, negligence, recklessness, over-exertion, and fatigue. Offers techniques for preventing potentially dangerous situations.



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HOW TO INVESTIGATE AN ACCIDENT - 13 minutes (1997)

Teaches supervisors the basic of accident investigation and the important points to consider when developing an accident report.




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PREVENTION OF THE MOST COMMON ACCIDENTS - 11 minutes (2000)
Accident prevention is more than common sense.  This video discusses how potential accidents can be recognized and prevented on a daily basis.


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REMEMBER CHARLIE 56 minutes (2001)

Imagine being burned over 45% of your body... and you have no one to blame but yourself. This critically acclaimed video presents the story of Charlie Morecraft, an Exxon refinery worker who was seriously injured in an explosion.




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THINK ABOUT THIS! – 5 minutes (2001)


The graphic accidents re-enacted in the program will force your employees to think about the personal consequences of unsafe acts and how those actions also affect the lives of their loved ones.

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DRIVE SAFELY-12 ½ minutes


 

LOCK-OUT / TAG-OUT: SIX STEPS TO SAFETY11 minutes

 

NEAR MISSES -7 minutes

This video shows employees the importance of reacting to near accidents and which responses are effective. The next time your employees have a near miss on the job, they’ll stop what they’re doing and correct the situation so that it can’t occur again. They won’t allow a near miss to become a direct hit the next time.


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STAR WITNESS ACCIDENT REPORTING5 minutes (1989)

Observing the details of an accident and reporting it can save you valuable time and money.




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ON ANY GIVEN DAY 5 minutes (1996)

Accidents can happen at any place, any time, and without warning. By simply paying a little more attention, and being a little more cautious, many disabling and potentially fatal accidents can be prevented. Just remembering to keep an eye open to any possible hazards can save a life –maybe even yours. A few eye opening statistics and suggested ways to improve safety, both at home and on the job are covered.




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DRESS SAFE - 5 minutes  (1996)

Dress safe and sensibly and be aware that jewelry, loose clothing and long hair can put you at risk when operating or working near equipment in an office as well as a plant.


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ACCIDENT INVESTIGATION14 minutes (1997)
Accident investigation takes the "mystery" out of working safely. Securing and accident scene, Root-Cause Analysis, investigative interviews, and reporting "Near Misses". Important information you need when you investigate an accident.

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ACCIDENTS: “IT WON’T HAPPEN TO ME”9 ½ minutes
Accident prevention is the responsibility of each individual. We must all consciously think about potential accident s and how to prevent them.

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PREVENTING INJURY INCIDENTS10 ½ minutes
In the construction industry, 85 – 90% of all accidents are caused by unsafe acts of employees.




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