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Accident Investigation

Accident investigation
Number: VT01293 Material:Video, 22 minutes Industry: All Industries
Describes how to effectively conduct an accident investigation including the purpose of accident investigation, interviewing the witnesses, gathering and analyzing the information, and implementing improvements.
Summit Training Source, 1987
 
Accident investigation: examining the details
Number: DVD017 Material: DVD 19 min Industry: All Industries
Provides a walk-through of the incident analysis process, including examining the accident scene, interviewing witnesses, reviewing records, analyzing information, and communicating recommendations.
Summit Training Source, 2009
 
Accident investigation: Just the facts
Number: VT01416 Material: Video, 18 minutes Industry: Construction
Covers how to effectively conduct an accident investigation including the purpose of accident investigation, gathering the facts, interviewing the witnesses, analyzing the information, and implementing improvements.
Assoc General Contractors of America, 1991
 
How to investigate an accident
Number: VT01581 Material: Video, 13 minutes Industry: All Industries
Presents the basics of accident investigation including interviewing witnesses, fact gathering, analyzing data, and the points to remember when completing an accident report.
Digital 2000, 1999
 
Incident investigation
Number: VT01299 Material: Video, 17 minutes Industry: All Industries
Provides training on the methods and techniques required to discover the accurate cause of an incident including physical evidence, fact finding, data gathering, interviewing witnesses, analyzing details, and effective corrective actions.
Summit Training Source, 1995


Accident Prevention
See also Construction Safety; Job Safety Analysis; and Industrial Safety

Accident prevention: Staying a step ahead
Number: VT01263 Material: Video, 18 minutes Industry: General Industry
Covers the basics for setting up a company safety program including establishing procedures for reporting hazards, hazard assessment and correction, and employee training. NOTE: Washington State may have stricter standards than OSHA.
WA State Dept of Labor & Industries, 1992
 
Accidents: It can't happen to me
Number: VT01575 Material: Video, 10 minutes Industry: General Industry
Covers, through interviews with workers, the basic causes and prevention of accidents including safety attitudes and practices.
Digital 2000, 1997
 
Can you spot the hazard?
Number: VT01638 Material: Video, 6 minutes Industry: All Industries
Covers conducting a workplace inspection, identifying hazards including fire and electrical, and safety measures including housekeeping and personal protective equipment.
Safety Shorts, 1999
 
Construction accidents: It can't happen to me
Number: VT01616 Material: Video, 8 minutes Industry: Construction
Covers, through interviews with workers, the basic causes and prevention of accidents including safety attitudes and practices.
Digital 2000, 1997
 
Dark ages of safety
Number: VT01533 Material: Video, 12 minutes Industry: All Industries
This humorous video uses black and white footage from the 20's, 30's, and 40's to emphasize the importance of following safety procedures.
Digital 2000, 1995
 
Hazard recognition
Number: VT01737 Material: Video, 5 minutes Industry: General Industry
Covers the skills and techniques for recognizing common types of hazards found in the workplace.
Summit Training Source1990
 
Hazard recognition: Out of the ordinary
Number: VT01667 Material: Video, 13 minutes Industry: General Industry
Covers how to identify potential hazards in the workplace through work area inspection and common hazards including contact with objects and equipment, improper lifting, falls, exposure to harmful substances.
Summit Training Source, 2000
 
It only takes a second...
Number: VT01682 Material: Video, 4 minutes Industry: All Industries
This powerful video shows, through work and driving accident re-enactments, how easily accidents can happen and the consequences of not taking the time to think safety.
Aurora Pictures, 1995
 
Pro-active safety attitudes: Looking out for number one
Number: VT01620 Material: Video, 15 minutes Industry: All Industries
Through re-enactments of real-life accidents, discusses the importance of accident prevention and protection, safety equipment and safety habits.
Coastal Training, 1994
 
Safety attitude
Number: VT01309 Material: Video, 6 minutes Industry: General Industry
Discusses hazard awareness, following safe work practices, and creating a safe work environment.
Summit Training Source, 1990
 
Safety-- It's your responsibility
Number: VT01275 Material: Video, 19 minutes Industry: General Industry
Uses dramatized situations to show the role supervisors play in promoting and maintaining safety.
US Postal Service, 1982
 
Safety awareness: don't be a dummy
Number: DVD033 Material: DVD 11 minutes Industry: General Industry
This video reviews how employees can accept personal responsibility for safety by inspecting their work areas and equipment for unsafe conditions. The video also reviews how to recognize and respect potential hazards. Finally, utilization of PPE and following safe work practices are reviewed. (English/Spanish)
Summit Training Source, 2000s
 
Safety on trial
Number: VT01767 Material: Video, 35 minutes Industry: Construction
This video was developed to assist the general contractor in establishing work rules to prevent accidents, explains the role of the employer in worker safety, and shows how an accident can devastatingly alter a workers life.
WA State Dept of Labor & Industries, 1994
 
Safety: the good fight
Number: DVD034 Material: DVD 15 minutes Industry: General Industry
Features Ron Hayes, the father of a young man who died on the job, speaking on the importance of taking personal responsibility for working safely. (English/Spanish)
Coastal Training Technology, 2004
 
What's wrong with this picture?
Number: VT01704 Material: Video, 15 minutes Industry: All Industries
This humorous video asks employees to identify lifting, PPE, HazCom, and fire protection hazards in a variety of video clips; the segments are repeated with narration and graphics that explain the hazards or unsafe acts.
Training Network-LIP, 1998
 

Aerial Lifts
See also Scaffolding; and Walking and Working Surfaces
Aerial lift safety
Number: VT01506 Material: Video, 7 minutes Industry: All Industries
Demonstrates safe operating procedures, pre-operation inspection, work site evaluation and safe work practices.
Summit Training Source, 1998
 
Aerial lift safety
Number: DVD069 Material: video 14 minutes Industry: All Industries
Describes the various types of aerial lifts, pre-operational inspections and safe use. Covers the use of fall protection and the hazards of working near electrical lines. (English / Spanish)
Summit Training Source, 2005
 
Boomlifts in construction
Number: VT01528 Material: Video, 10 minutes Industry: Construction
Covers startup inspections, lifting principles, hazards including overhead power lines, and safe operating procedures.
Coastal Training, 1996
 
Bucket truck safety: Training for operators
Number: VT01699 Material: Video, 18 minutes Industry: All Industries
Covers safety and operation issues, explains what can go wrong, and how to prevent these situations from happening.
J.J. Keller & Associates, 2000
 
Scissor and aerial work platform safety
Number: VT01678 Material: Video, 15 minutes Industry: Construction
Highlights the hazards of working on elevated platforms including overhead power lines, pre-operation inspection, and safe work practices.
Assoc General Contractors of America, 2000
 
Scissor lifts for construction
Number: DVD048 Material: DVD 10 minutes Industry: Construction
Discusses the safe operation of elevated work platforms, showing a variety of lifts in various industrial environments. Covers operator training, stability, inspection, safe driving and fall prevention. (English / Spanish)
Coastal Technologies Corp. 2007
 
Scissor lifts in construction
Number: VT01531 Material: Video, 9 minutes Industry: Construction
Discusses pre-operation inspections, lifting principles, hazards such as overhead power lines, and safe operating procedures.
Coastal Training, 1996
 

Agricultural Machinery

Agricultural vehicle safety orientation
Number: VT01532 Material: Video, 12 minutes Industry: Agriculture
Covers basic safety measures including defensive driving techniques and pre-operation inspection.
Digital 2000, 1994
 
Agricultural vehicle safety orientation
Number: VT01534 Spanish Material: Video, 12 minutes Industry: Agriculture
See previous description.
Digital 2000, 1994
 
Farm & ranch safety management by Stan Anthony
Number: S565.A58 Material: book, 231 pages Industry: Agriculture
Provides safety guidelines to help farmers/ranchers identify and eliminate agricultural safety hazards.
Delmar Publishers, 1995
 
Machinery safety: A close call
Number: VT01512 Material: Video, 9 minutes Industry: Agriculture
Discusses hazards associated with agricultural machinery including entanglements, pinch and crush points.
Kansas State University, 1993
 
Safe harvest
Number: VT01543 Material: Video, 24 minutes Industry: Agriculture
Features farmers who were involved in harvesting equipment accidents who discuss pre-operation inspections, hazards, training, and safety procedures.
Kansas State University, 1988
 
Tractor safety: Consider the flipside
Number: VT01312 Material: Video, 15 minutes Industry: Agriculture
Discusses the importance of ROPS (roll over protective structures) to prevent death or injury due to tractor overturn.
Case International, 1995
 

Agricultural Operations
See also Grain Elevators
Farmstead safety: Do it everyday!
Number: VT01542 Material: Video, 7 minutes Industry: Agriculture
Focuses on hazards and safety measures including machinery and equipment, grain storage, and housekeeping.
Kansas State University, 1994
 
Minimizing the risks of skin cancer
Number: VT01513 Material: Video, 12 minutes Industry: All Industries
This Video, while geared toward farmers, covers safety measures for anyone required to work long hours in the sun including wearing sunscreen and protective clothing, gives SPF ratings for various types of clothing.
Kansas State University, 1995
 
Pesticides and you: A primer on pesticide handling and storage
Number: VT01514 Material: Video, 29 minutes Industry: All Industries
This Video, while geared toward farmers, explains and describes safe handling, storage, containment, and application of pesticides for anyone using these chemicals.
Kansas State University, 1997
 

Asbestos

Asbestos awareness
Number: VT00359 Material: Video, 6 minutes Industry: General Industry
Covers the identification and uses of asbestos, where it is found and its health hazards.
Summit Training Source, 1990
 
Asbestos awareness: Are you at risk?
Number: VT01565 Material: Video, 19 minutes Industry: All Industries
Discusses the three forms of asbestos, how they are used, possible locations, recognizing damage and deterioration, hazard communication, health effects, housekeeping requirements, and personal protection.
Coastal Training, 1992
 
Asbestos exposure: Within safe limits
Number: VT01590 Material: Video, 15 minutes Industry: Construction
Describes how asbestos is used in construction, its effect on the body, and how workers can protect themselves from exposure.
Assoc General Contractors of America, 1998
 
Asbestos removal: Jobsite techniques
Number: VT01126 Material: Video, 20 minutes Industry: Construction
Covers safe asbestos removal from job site preparation to clean up.
Sheet Metal & Air Conditioning Industry, 1988
 

Automobile Repair and Servicing

Don't blow it: Asbestos safety
Number: VT01268 Material: Video, 15 minutes Industry: Automotive Repair
Discusses asbestos, its health effects, and removal methods used to control exposure during brake replacement.
US Environ Protection, 1986
 
Protecting workers in auto body shops
Number: VT01629 Material: Video, 17 minutes Industry: General Industry
Discusses personal protective equipment, use of spray paint guns, ventilation of spray booths and sanders, and health hazards such as metal dusts and paint.
US National Institute for OSH, 1995
 

Back Safety
See also Materials Handling
Back injury prevention: Construction
Number: VT01370 Material: Video, 5 minutes Industry: Construction
Explains how the back functions, safe lifting techniques, and prevention of back injuries.
Digital 2000, 1993
 
Back safety
Number: VT00360 Material: Video, 6 minutes Industry: All Industries
Covers how the back functions, proper lifting techniques, good posture, and prevention of injuries.
Summit Training Source, 1990
 
Back safety: lift well, live well
Number: DVD022 Material: DVD 15 minutes Industry: All Industries
Almost everyone has experienced some sort of back pain. Sometimes it can be insufferable. Back injuries are often avoidable, this videos shows ways to "head off back pain" when you use your head and remember to protect your back from stress. Includes printable guides and PowerPoint presentations. (English / Spanish)
Coastal Training Technologies, 2004
 
Back safety: The ergonomic connection
Number: VT01683 Material: Video, 14 minutes Industry: All Industries
Explains ways to prevent back disorders including how the back works, proper body mechanics, common back injuries, risk factors, and preventive measures.
Summit Training Source, 1992
 
Back to basics: Construction back injury prevention
Number: VT01406 Material: Video, 18 minutes Industry: Construction
Explains how the back functions and the causes and prevention of back injuries including proper lifting techniques and good work posture.
Assoc General Contractors of America, 1992
 
Back your back: Back & Muscle injury prevention
Number: VT01276 Material: Video, 19 minutes Industry: General Industry
Explains the causes and prevention of back injuries and lifting techniques.
WA State Dept of Labor & Industries, 1992
 
Construction back safety
Number: VT01600 Material: Video, 10 minutes Industry: Construction
Covers safety techniques including correct posture, proper lifting procedures, and preventing back injuries.
Coastal Training, 1992
 
Lifting safely: Construction
Number: VT01318 Material: Video, 12 minutes Industry: Construction
Explains how the back functions, safe lifting methods, and how to prevent back injuries.
Digital 2000, 1993
 
Minimizing back strain on the job
Number: VT00147 Material: Video, 24 minutes Industry: General Industry
Covers explains how to reduce the day-to-day strains of lifting, sitting, and bending, how back injuries occur, and techniques for reducing back injuries including proper lifting.
Primedia Workplace Learning, 1985
 
Preventing back injuries and other CTD's
Number: VT01710 Material: Video, 18 minutes Industry: Construction
Discusses how the body works, the best body positions for doing work, back function and injury, proper lifting, proper shoveling, and the three risk factors for cumulative trauma injury, which are force, position, and repetition.
National Roofing Contractors Assoc, 1996
 
Safe lifting
Number: VT01649 Spanish Material: Video, 5 minutes Industry: All Industries
Explains how the back functions, safe lifting methods, and how to prevent back injuries.
Training Network-LIP, 1994
 
Shoveling safety
Number: VT01476 Material: Video, 6 minutes Industry: Construction
Covers using the right shovel for the job, inspection, and proper technique to avoid back injury.
Training Network-LIP, 1990
 
Strains and sprains: a public concern
Number: DVD016 Material: DVD 20 min Industry: all industries
Discusses how to avoid muscle strains and other injuries in workplace environments that requires lifting. (English / Spanish)
Coastal Training Technologies, 2009
 

Backhoes
See also Construction Equipment

Backhoe safety
Number: VT01503 Material: Video, 18 minutes Industry: Construction
Emphasizes safe operating techniques including pre-operation inspection, safety procedures, unloading from trailers, and digging near underground and overhead utilities.
Zomar Productions, 1992
 
Backhoe/loader operation
Number: VT01740 Material: Video, 16 minutes Industry: Construction
Covers backhoe operation safety including planning the job, trenching and backfilling, working a spoil pile, and lifting techniques
Assoc General Contractors of America, 2001
 
Backhoe/loader operations and safety
Number: VT01371 Material: Video, 5 minutes Industry: Construction
Covers general backhoe safety practices, operating rules, and maintenance procedures.
Digital 2000, 1993
 

Bloodborne Pathogens
See also Healthcare; and Laboratory Safety

Bloodborne pathogens
Number: VT00412 Material: Video, 20 minutes Industry: All Industries
Describes basic bloodborne disease transmission and precautions, decontamination, and minimizing the risk of infection through proper housekeeping and personal protective
Coastal Training, 1992
 
Bloodborne pathogens
Number: VT01577 Material: Video, 9 minutes Industry: All Industries
Covers information on HIV and Hepatitis B, transmission, work accident first aid procedures, and exposure prevention.
Digital 2000, 1998
 
Bloodborne pathogens
Number: VT01733 Material: Video, 6 minutes Industry: All Industries
Discusses HIV, Hepatitis B and C including the hazards, means of transmission, misconceptions about
exposure, symptoms of infection, and proper protective measures.
Summit Training Source, 1990
 
Bloodborne pathogens
Number: DVD066 Material: DVD 14 minutes Industry: All Industries
Explains how employees in general industry can protect themselves from bloodborne diseases by using universal precautions. Describes exposure routes, personal protective equipment, decontamination, and exposure procedures. (English / Spanish)
Summit Training Source, 2008
 
Bloodborne pathogens case histories
Number: VT01592 Material: Video, 21 minutes Industry: General Industry
Through the retelling of real-life stories, discusses bloodborne disease transmission, safe work practices, PPE, housekeeping, and engineering controls for first responders.
Coastal Training, 1995
 
Bloodborne pathogens: just the facts
Number: DVD039 Material: DVD 14 minutes Industry: General Industry
This DVD will give viewers a picture of the risks of exposure, the kinds of diseases potentially present in blood and bodily fluids, and the best practices to implement in order to stay safe in the event of exposure.
Coastal Training Technologies, 2008
 
Bloodborne pathogens: Know the risk
Number: VT01633 Material: Video, 19 minutes Industry: All Industries
Covers common sense guidelines for workers including information on bloodborne diseases, transmission, exposure risk, preventing or minimizing exposure risk, housekeeping, and the proper use, removal and disposal of PPE.
Coastal Training, 1997
 
Bloodborne pathogens: Protect yourself
Number: VT00454 Material: Video, 15 minutes Industry: General Industry
Covers basic bloodborne disease transmission and precautions for workers including first-aid safeguards, decontamination procedures, and proper housekeeping for first-on-the-scene co-workers.
Coastal Training, 1992
 
Bloodborne pathogens: Protect yourself
Number: VT001715 Spanish Material: Video, 15 minutes Industry: General Industry
See previous description.
Coastal Training, 2000
 
Bloodborne pathogens: universal precautions
Number: DVD015 Material: DVD 14 min Industry: All Industries
Explains how employees in general industry can protect themselves from bloodborne diseases by using universal precautions. Describes exposure routes, personal protective equipment, decontamination, and exposure procedures.
Summit Training Source, 2008
 
Bloodborne pathogens: What employees must know
Number: VT01698 Material: Video, 15 minutes Industry: General Industry
 
Preventing bloodborne disease
Number: VT00421 Material: Video, 18 minutes Industry: General Industry
Discusses bloodborne disease transmission, precautions, decontamination measures, and personal protective equipment for first responders and first aid providers.
Primedia Workplace Learning, 1992
 

Bridge Construction

Bridge construction safety: Safe span
Number: VT01423 Material: Video, 10 minutes Industry: Construction
Covers bridge construction hazards and safety measures including falls, cranes, and scaffolds.
Assoc General Contractors of America, 1993
 

Cold Stress
See also Heat Stress
Hypothermia
Number: VT01604 Material: Video, 7 minutes Industry: All Industries
Discusses how to recognize the warning signs and how to prevent it including wearing the proper cold-weather PPE.
Summit Training Source, 1998
 

Compressed Gases
See also Welding and Cutting
Compressed gas cylinders
Number: DVD063 Material: DVD 15 minutes  
Demonstrates how improper handling of cylinders can cause damage and injury. Covers: potential hazards; pre-use inspection and testing; best safety practices for handling and use; and proper storage and transportation. (English / Spanish)
Summit Training Source, 2005, 2000.
 
Compressed gas cylinders: Storage
Number: VT01471 Material: Video, 10 minutes Industry: Construction
Discusses safety rules and procedures for the safe storage of compressed gas cylinders.
Digital 2000, 1992
 
Compressed gas cylinders: Using and handling
Number: VT01472 Material: Video, 8 minutes Industry: Construction
Explains the hazards and procedures for the safe use, storage, and handling of compressed gas cylinders.
Digital 2000, 1992
 
Compressed gases: Safe handling
Number: VT01453 Material: Video, 18 minutes Industry: All Industries
Provides information on both flammable and non-flammable compressed gases including classifications, labeling, handling cylinders, valves and leaks.
Coastal Training, 1995
 
Gas cylinders: Handling and storing
Number: VT01401 Material: Video, 7 minutes Industry: General Industry
Shows the proper storage and handling procedures for many types of gases contained in cylinders.
Summit Training Source, 1990
 
Working safely with compressed gases
Number: VT01697 Material: Video, 15 minutes Industry: All Industries
Covers the proper handling and storage of full and empty containers, emergency procedures, and the physical hazards of compressed gases.
J.J. Keller & Associates, 1995
 

Concrete Construction

Concrete construction safety: Laying the groundwork
Number: VT01751 Material: Video, 13 minutes Industry: Construction
Covers the hazards associated with concrete construction.
IL Onsite S&H Consultation Program, 2002
 
Operation safe site: Concrete
Number: VT01203 Material: Video, 11 minutes Industry: Construction
Discusses safety procedures when working in concrete construction including form and shoring systems.
Assoc Contractors of Mid- Florida, 1980
 
Pave your way to safety: Concrete paving safety
Number: VT01571 Material: Video, 14 minutes Industry: Construction
Covers general safety procedures for concrete paving including concrete hazards, heavy equipment, personal protective equipment, paving equipment maintenance, and traffic control.
Assoc General Contractors of America, 1993
 

Confined Spaces

Complete confined spaces handbook by John F. Rekus
Number: T55.R45 Material: book, 381 pages Industry: All Industries
Covers recommended procedures and guidance for safe entry into confined spaces
Lewis Publishers, 1994
 
Confined space atmospheric testing
Number: VT01663 Material: Video, 17 minutes Industry: General Industry
Reviews the how and when to test, atmospheric hazards, procedures for proper pre-testing, and how to respond when air is determined to be unsafe.
Coastal Training, 1992
 
Confined space case histories
Number: VT01434 Material: Video, 14 minutes Industry: All Industries
Shows re-enactments of real-life confined space accidents and reviews what went wrong including atmospheric testing, ventilation and permits.
Coastal Training, 1995
 
Confined space case histories
Number: VT01716 Spanish Material: Video, 14 minutes Industry: All Industries
See previous description.
 
Confined space emergency rescue
Number: VT01650 Material: Video, 14 minutes Industry: All Industries
Covers the hazards of confined spaces, the proper use of safety and rescue equipment, and rescue pre-planning and training.
Summit Training Source, 1994
 
Confined space entry
Number: VT01687 Material: Video, 25 minutes Industry: All Industries
Covers characteristics and types of confined space, hazards, control measures, entry permits, personal protective equipment, and rescue techniques.
Primedia Workplace Learning, 1993
 
Confined space entry: Clearing the air
Number: VT01567 Material: Video, 16 minutes Industry: Construction
Discusses the dangers of confined space entry, entry permits, air quality testing, ventilation, rescue procedures and personal protective equipment.
Assoc General Contractors of America, 1991
 
Confined space entry: Construction
Number: VT01369 Material: Video, 5 minutes Industry: Construction
Explains hazards, procedures, and safety measures for entry into confined spaces including atmosphere testing.
Digital 2000, 1993
 
Confined space entry: Permit required!
Number: VT01435 Material: Video, 12 minutes Industry: All Industries
Covers the dangers of working in confined spaces and safety precautions including entry permit requirements, safe atmospheric testing, ventilation, and personal protective equipment.
Coastal Training, 1990
 
Confined Space Entry: Permit Required
Number: DVD013 Material: DVD 20 min Industry: All Industries
Explains the hazards of confined spaces and demonstrates the precautions you must take when working in or around these spaces.
Summit Training Source, 2005
 
Confined space entry: plan and prepare
Number: DVD023 Material: DVD 22 minutes  
Helps employees understand what a confined space is, the hazards associated with it, and the steps to follow to maintain a safe work environment. Includes entry permits, hazard controls, entry teams, and rescue procedures.
Coastal Training Technologies, 2010
 
Confined space hazards
Number: VT01302 Material: Video, 5 minutes Industry: All Industries
Explains types of confined spaces, atmospheric and physical hazards, and safe work practices.
Summit Training Source, 1990
 
Confined space hotwork: Checklist to safety
Number: VT01454 Material: Video, 20 minutes Industry: All Industries
Describes the hazards and the safety precautions required for confined space hotwork including hotwork permits, atmospheric testing, safety equipment, fire watch, and emergency rescue.
Coastal Training, 1992
 
Confined space rescue
Number: VT01303 Material: Video, 6 minutes Industry: All Industries
Demonstrates simulated rescue situations, proper use of rescue and retrieval equipment, and rescue procedures.
Summit Training Source, 1990
 
Confined space rescue
Number: VT01599 Material: Video, 31 minutes Industry: General Industry
Reviews proper confined space entry, technical rescue procedures, different types of rescue systems and equipment, and developing the rescue team.
Coastal Training, 1991
 
Confined space ventilation
Number: VT01651 Material: Video, 18 minutes Industry: All Industries
Reviews the safety precautions required for confined space ventilation including the when and how to ventilate, atmospheric hazards, types of mechanical ventilation, and techniques.
Coastal Training, 1992
 
Confined spaces, deadly places
Number: VT01626 Material: Video, 21 minutes Industry: All Industries
Based on real-life incidents that show the hazards that can befall untrained workers and permit violators including confined space hazards, oxygen deficiency, toxic atmospheres, engulfment, flammable or explosive atmospheres, and mechanical hazards
Safe Expectations, 1992
 
Confined spaces: A training program for employees
Number: VT01517 Material: Video, 25 minutes Industry: General Industry
Covers identification of confined space hazards, discusses entry permits, reviews training needs, and outlines standard requirements such as atmospheric testing and personal protective equipment.
J.J. Keller & Associates, 1993
 
Construction confined space entry
Number: VT01455 Material: Video, 12 minutes Industry: Construction
Covers skills for working safely in confined spaces including how to identify confined spaces, their hazards including oxygen deficiency and toxic gases, safety procedures and entry permits.
Coastal Training, 1992
 

Construction Equipment
See also Backhoes; Cranes, Hoists and Conveyors; Forklifts
Avoiding struck by/hit by: Construction
Number: VT01549 Material: Video, 18 minutes Industry: General Industry
Covers safety precautions around heavy equipment and rotating/pivoting machinery, construction vehicle movement signals and alarms, proper stacking of building materials, protection from falling objects, and the use of personal protective equipment.
J.J. Keller & Associates, 1996
 
Construction equipment safety: Multiple choice
Number: VT00354 Material: Video, 24 minutes Industry: Construction
Covers heavy equipment operation safety through accident re-enactments that are freeze-framed at the actual moment of judgment. Viewers are asked to spot the hazards before the action is resumed.
Allied Digital Technologies, 1984
 
Construction equipment safety: Shake hands with danger
Number: VT00259 Material: Video, 23 minutes Industry: Construction
This award winning video shows re-enactments of hazardous situations faced by workers who operate and maintain heavy construction equipment, to stress the need to follow safe work practices.
Allied Digital Technologies 1984
 
Skid steer loader safety
Number: VT01677 Material: Video, 8 minutes Industry: Construction
Covers safety hazards including limited driver visibility, rollovers and contact with power lines; and safety procedures including pre-use inspection, refueling, and carrying the load.
Assoc General Contractors of America, 1994
 
Trailering construction equipment safely
Number: VT01696 Material: Video, 14 minutes Industry: Construction
Covers how to safely load, transport, and unload construction equipment from trailers.
Assoc General Contractors of America, 1996
 
Working around construction equipment
Number: VT01428 Material: Video, 5 minutes Industry: Construction
Discusses backing accidents and safe work practices for heavy equipment operators.
Assoc General Contractors of America, 1992
 

Construction Safety
See also specific subjects such as Accidents, Fall Protection, Lockout/Tagout, OSHA, Residential Construction,, Scaffolding, Welding and Cutting, etc.
Construction emergency medical response
Number: VT01674 Material: Video, 15 minutes Industry: Construction
Covers what workers should do in an emergency situation and assists contractors in the development of an emergency medical plan.
Assoc General Contractors of America, 1999
 
Construction health risks
Number: VT01232 Material: Video, 15 minutes Industry: Construction
Discusses health hazards found on the construction-site including the effects of toxic chemicals, asbestos, welding fumes, and silica
Florida AFL-CIO United Labor Agency, 1989
 
Construction jobsite safety
Number: VT01550 Material: Video, 20 minutes Industry: Construction
Covers how to recognize and avoid jobsite hazards such as power tools, heavy equipment, scaffolds, electrical, falls and safety measures such as personal protective equipment and emergency action plans.
J.J. Keller & Associates, 1996
 
Construction repetitive stress injuries
Number: VT01639 Material: Video, 5 minutes Industry: Construction
Covers one of the fastest growing types of workplace injuries, its symptoms, proper work techniques, and the effects of overexertion, incorrect posture, and excessive force.
Safety Shorts, 1998
 
Construction safety Choice or chance?
Number: VT01280 Material: Video, 15 minutes Industry: Construction
Highlights the four leading causes of fatalities on construction job sites and stresses that safety is also the worker's responsibility.
OSHA Office of Information & Consumer Affairs, 1996
 
Construction safety essentials
Number: VT01548 Material: Video, 23 minutes Industry: Construction
Discusses jobsite hazards such as scaffolding, ladders, confined spaces, excavations, and safety measures such as personal protective equipment and fall arrest systems.
Vocam, 1997
 
Construction safety: New hire safety orientation
Number: VT01388 Material: Video, 10 minutes Industry: Construction
Discusses basic jobsite safety procedures including fire extinguisher use, hearing protection, hazardous substances, fall protection, housekeeping, electrical safety, ladders, and lifting.
CoreMedia Training Solutions, 1991
 
Construction safety planning by David V. MacCollum
Number: TH443.M Material: book, 285 pages Industry: Construction
Provides a broad overview and summary of safety considerations when planning for both large and small construction
Van Nostrand Reinhold, 1995
 
Construction safety practices and principles by Robert Peyton and Toni C. Rubio
Number: TH443.P4 Material: book, 266 pages Industry: Construction
Discusses how to integrate safety into jobsite operations including written safety and health programs, hazard communication, and safety training.
Van Nostrand Reinhold, 1991
 
Construction worker safety orientation: Getting the job done safely
Number: VT01569 Material: Video, 12 minutes Industry: Construction
Outlines basic jobsite safety measures including personal protective equipment, manual material handling, fall protection, electrical hazards, excavations, and housekeeping.
Assoc General Contractors of America, 1995
 
Construction worker safety orientation: Getting the job done safely
Number: VT01607 Spanish Material: Video, 12 minutes Industry: Construction
See previous description.
Assoc General Contractors of America, 1995
 
Jobsite safety inspection: Controlling the field
Number: VT01582 Material: Video, 13 minutes Industry: Construction
Discusses how to conduct jobsite safety inspections, developing and using safety checklists, identifying and eliminating hazards, follow-up on problem areas, and employee training.
Assoc General Contractors of America, 1991
 
Pile driving safety: Firm footing
Number: VT01410 Material: Video, 15 minutes Industry: Construction
Describes common pile driving hazards and safety measures including overhead power lines, equipment inspection, and driving the pile.
Assoc General Contractors of America, 1993
 
Safety: The bottom line
Number: VT01694 Material: Video, 19 minutes Industry: Construction
Designed to demonstrate the value of establishing a sound safety programs and the economic benefits.
Assoc General Contractors of America, 1997
 

Construction Trades

Carpenters: A study of hazards in the construction industry
Number: VT01153 Material: Video, 12 minutes Industry: Carpentry and Floor
Focuses on general safety and health hazards faced by carpenters on the construction-site including scaffolding, ladders, personal protective equipment, and power tools.
Florida AFL-CIO United Labor Agency, 1986
 
Ironworkers: A study of hazards in the construction industry
Number: VT01098 Material: Video, 25 minutes Industry: Structural Steel
Discusses jobsite hazards and safety precautions including ladders, scaffolds, rigging, setting beams, bolting and welding. NOTE: Body belts are no longer acceptable as part of a personal fall arrest system.
Florida AFL-CIO United Labor Agency, 1987
 
Masonry trades: A study of hazards
Number: VT01122 Material: Video, 13 minutes Industry: Construction
Covers construction-site hazards and safety measures including lifting techniques, cement dust, power tools and equipment, wall bracing and supports, and limited access zones.
Florida AFL-CIO United Labor Agency, 1989
 
Operating engineers: A study of hazards in the construction industry
Number: VT01123 Material: Video, 18 minutes Industry: Construction
Discusses hazards and safety measures when operating cranes and heavy equipment including pre-operation inspection, load lifting techniques, power lines, and carrier operations.
Florida AFL-CIO United Labor Agency, 1988
 
Painters and allied trades: A study of hazards
Number: VT01161 Material: Video, 26 minutes Industry: Painting and Paper
Covers jobsite safety and health hazards including ladders, scaffolds, abrasive blasting, spray painting, and hazardous chemicals. NOTE: Body belts are no longer acceptable as part of a personal fall arrest system.
Florida AFL-CIO United Labor Agency, 1987
 
Plumbing and pipefitting trades: A study of hazards
Number: VT01168 Material: Video, 20 minutes Industry: Construction
Covers construction-site hazards and safety measures including power tools, ladders, welding, and toxic fumes.
Florida AFL-CIO United Labor Agency, 1990
 
Sheet metal workers: A study of hazards
Number: VT01169 Material: Video, 17 minutes Industry: Sheet Metal
Discusses fabrication and installation hazards including shop machinery, slings and hoists, ladders, power tools, and electricity.
Florida AFL-CIO United Labor Agency, 1987
 

Corrosives

Chemical handling: Corrosives
Number: VT01486 Material: Video, 12 minutes Industry: All Industries
Reviews basic information about corrosives including characteristics, hazards, PPE, exposure symptoms,
labeling, handling and storage.
Coastal Training, 1992
 
Corrosives
Number: VT00363 Material: Video, 5 minutes Industry: General Industry
Covers the hazards associated with corrosives, including battery acid and phosphates, proper handling and storage in the work environment.
Summit Training Source, 1990
 

Cranes, Hoists, and Conveyors
See also Rigging
Chains, cranes, & slings
Number: VT01362 Material: Video, 5 minutes Industry: General Industry
Covers equipment pre-use inspection, load handling and sling angles.
Training Network-LIP, 1992
 
Chains, cranes, slings and hoists
Number: VT01363 Material: Video, 12 minutes Industry: General Industry
Covers pre-use inspections, maintenance and proper use of lifting devices including equipment protection, safe load capacities and sling angles.
Training Network-LIP, 1994
 
Conveyors
Number: VT01640 Material: Video, 6 minutes Industry: General Industry
This humorous video gives an overview of conveyor hazards including nip points and falling materials, and preventive measures including guards, warning signs, and safe work practices.
Safety Shorts, 1996
 
Crane and sling safety: Inspection and use
Number: VT01390 Material: Video, 19 minutes Industry: General Industry
Covers basic safety procedures when working with overhead and boom cranes including daily pre-operation inspection, maintenance, lifting procedures, and proper use techniques.
CoreMedia Training, 1992
 
Crane operations: hand signals
Number: DVD071 Material: DVD 14 minutes Industry: All Industries
Covers the basics of hand signals when working with cranes. (English / Spanish)
Summit Training Source, 2000s
 
Crane operation safety
Number: VT01535 Material: Video, 12 minutes Industry: Construction
Focuses on the basic procedures for the safe operation of overhead and boom cranes including pre-operation inspection, pre-lift check, and sling maintenance and inspection
Industrial Training Systems1995
 
Crane safety: overhead operations
Number: DVD070 Material: DVD 19 minutes Industry: Construction
Presents safe work practices for operating overhead cranes. Includes common terminology, daily inspections, and the use of slings and lifting attachments. (English / Spanish)
Summit Training Source, Inc. 2007
 
Crane safety awareness for site superintendents
Number: VT01186 Material: Video, 8 minutes Industry: Construction
Highlights common hazards associated with construction mobile crane operations and discusses management responsibilities for safe operation on the jobsite.
OSHA Office of Construction & Engineering, 1992
 
Crane safety: Construction
Number: VT01315 Material: Video, 13 minutes Industry: Construction
Covers mobile crane pre-operation inspection, refueling, potential hazards such as power lines, load capacities, lifting procedures, and safety
Digital 2000, 1992
 
Crane safety: Play it safe
Number: VT01420 Material: Video, 15 minutes Industry: Construction
Covers crane safety practices for crane operators and riggers including daily pre-work inspection and maintenance, proper loading and moving a load, and surveying the jobsite for hazards such as overhead power lines.
Assoc General Contractors of America, 1992
 
Hoists and slings
Number: VT01635 Material: Video, 14 minutes Industry: All Industries
Covers various types of hoists and slings, factors to consider when choosing a hoist or sling, safety practices, inspection procedures, proper care and storage.
Summit Training Source, 2000
 
Indoor cranes: Safe lifting operations
Number: VT01602 Material: Video, 19 minutes Industry: General Industry
Covers how to safely operate shop-operated power hoist equipment and discusses pre-operation safety inspections, basic rigging techniques, and lifting and moving the load.
Coastal Training, 1991
 
Manbaskets in construction
Number: VT01485 Material: Video, 10 minutes Industry: Construction
Covers safety measures including proper procedures for hoisting manbaskets using a crane or derrick.
Coastal Training, 1997
 
Mobile cranes
Number: VT01509 Material: Video, 5 minutes Industry: All Industries
Discusses pre-location set-up, pre-operation inspection, safe operating techniques, and planning the lift.
Summit Training Source, 1990
 
Mobile cranes: Safe operations
Number: DVD067 Material: DVD 15 minutes Industry: General Industry
Describes safe operating practices for mobile cranes, including pre-operational set-up and inspection, planning a lift and load chart interpretation. (English / Spanish)
Summit Training Source, Inc.
 
Mobile crane capacities: Construction
Number: VT01675 Material: Video, 19 minutes Industry: Construction
Provides information for the crane operator to make correct reductions in mobile crane capacities including crane inspection, leveling, wind effects, dynamic loading and duty cycle work.
Assoc General Contractors of America, 2000
 
Mobile crane load charts
Number: VT01656 Material: Video, 5 minutes Industry: All Industries
Covers load chart interpretations and usage including the importance of factoring in all variables for each lift.
Summit Training Source, 1990
 
Mobile crane setup: Construction
Number: VT01676 Material: Video, 19 minutes Industry: Construction
Provides information for the safe setup of mobile cranes including site condition hazards, leveling, blocking and planning the lift.
Assoc General Contractors of America, 2000
 
Pendant controlled crane safety
Number: VT01669 Material: Video, 14 minutes Industry: General Industry
Covers safety considerations including pre-operation inspection, safe operating procedures, rigging, slings, use of hooks, moving and setting the load, and storage of the crane and block.
Summit Training Source, 1997
 
Safe operation of overhead cranes: Pendant controlled
Number: VT01613 Material: Video, 19 minutes Industry: General Industry
Covers the major steps that should be followed to insure safe operation of pendent controlled overhead cranes and hoists including pre-operation inspections, operational checks, hand signals, weight capacity, planning the lift, and shutdown procedures.
Safetycare, 1995
 
Safe stone slab handling II: focused on facilities with overhead cranes
Number: DVD044 Material: DVD 60 minutes
This video demonstrates the best practices for safe stone slab handling. It includes practices recommended by the Occupational Safety & Health Administration (OSHA), and the hazards of not following proper procedures. This DVD is divided into eight sections that review accidents, slab handling, overhead cranes, forklifts, slings and clamps, material handling with containers and flatbeds, and employee and consumer training.
 
Working around cranes
Number: VT01451 Material: Video, 19 minutes Industry: General Industry
Covers hazards and safety measures around cranes including wire rope/lifting and signaling.
Coastal Training, 1995
 

Demolition

Demolition safety: What goes up must come down
Number: VT01573 Material: Video, 12 minutes Industry: Construction
Describes the demolition process and safety measures including on-site preparations, pre-stressed concrete hazards, signs and barricades, cranes, and debris removal.
Assoc General Contractors of America, 1993
 

Driving Safety

Driver attitude
Number: VT00364 Material: Video, 5 minutes Industry: All Industries
Covers safe driving procedures, seat belt use, and the effects of drugs and alcohol on driving.
Summit Training Source, 1990
 
Driver's safety: Thinking ahead
Number: VT01741 Material: Video, 14 minutes Industry: Construction
Provides instruction on safe driving practices for construction workers required to operate motor vehicles while on the job.
Assoc General Contractors of America, 1996
 
Driving safety: Highway-rail crossing safety
Number: VT01713 Material: Video, 18 minutes Industry: Commercial Vehicles
Shows a reenactment of a train/school bus crash to illustrate the dangers of not following safety procedures when crossing railroad track, also includes a ten-step procedure for safe driver actions.
Idaho Dept of Law Enforcement, 1991
 
Driving safety: The safety zone
Number: VT01714 Material: Video, 16 minutes Industry: All Industries
Addresses what safety precautions car drivers should take when driving in close proximity to trucks including the difference in weight ratios, blind spots, turning space, safe driving distances, and stopping distance.
Idaho Dept of Law Enforcement, 1995
 

Egress
See also Emergency Action Plans
Egress/exit safety
Number: VT01641 Material: Video, 5 minutes Industry: General Industry
Discusses exit doors, safe exits, clear paths, blocked exits, and employee awareness of exit locations.
Safety Shorts, 1992
 
Means of egress
Number: VT01475 Material: Video, 5 minutes Industry: General Industry
A Laurel and Hardy spoof showing the consequences of improperly marked exits and blocked exits.
Kirkwood Community College, 1995
 

Electrical Safety
See also Lockout/Tagout
Arc Flash : Live to Tell
Number: DVD011 Material: DVD 16 min Industry: All Industries
This DVD reviews the 2009 version of NFPA70E. In this review the definition of an arc flash is provided. The necessary documentation and regulations related to an arc flash incident are identified. Critical approach boundary areas are explained as well as job planning and hazard analysis. Finally, lockout/tagout procedures and proper PPE applications are reviewed. (English / Spanish)
Dupont Sustainable Solutions, 2010
 
Avoiding electrical hazards
Number: VT01430 Material: Video, 19 minutes Industry: General Industry
Discusses working safely around electricity including personal protection, working on energized circuits, lockout/tagout, and working near power lines.
Coastal Training, 1989
 
Avoiding electrical hazards
Number: VT01614 Spanish Material: Video, 19 minutes Industry: General Industry
See above description
Coastal Training, 1994
 
Basic electrical safety
Number: VT01281 Material: Video, 7 minutes Industry: All Industries
Discusses the properties of electricity, its hazards, and working safely with electric powered tools and equipment.
Training Network-LIP, 1992
 
Basic electrical safety Construction
Number: VT01387 Material: Video, 7 minutes Industry: Construction
Discusses the properties of electricity and the hazards involved in working with electric power tools and equipment including grounding, extension cords, inspection and maintenance, and working in wet weather.
CoreMedia Training, 1991
 
Basic electrical safety in the workplace
Number: DVD042 Material: DVD 10 Minutes Industry: General Industry
Designed to make employees aware of plugs, cords, and other electrical safety requirements in the workplace.
Business & Legal Reports, 2001
 
Basic electrical safety on the job site
Number: VT01313 Material: Video, 11 minutes Industry: Construction
Reviews the principles and properties of electricity, its hazards, and the safe use of electrical equipment and extension cords on the job site.
Digital 2000, 1992
 
Basic electrical safety on the job site
Number: VT01499 Spanish Material: Video, 11 minutes Industry: Construction
See previous description.
Digital 2000, 1992
 
Construction electrical safety
Number: VT01456 Material: Video, 10 minutes Industry: Construction
Covers the properties of electricity, electrical hazards, accident response, and proper work practices including the safe use of power tools and equipment.
Coastal Training, 1993
 
Construction temporary electricity: Take charge
Number: VT01426 Material: Video, 18 minutes Industry: Construction
Covers electrical hazards found on the jobsite, how electricity works, safety measures, GFCIs, extension cords, power tools, and temporary power installations.
Assoc General Contractors of America, 1991
 
Contractor beware: Guide to power line safety
Number: VT01708 Material: Video, 16 minutes Industry: Construction
Covers safety precautions when working near overhead or underground power lines including how electricity can kill, operating cranes and heavy equipment such as backhoes, and calling electric utilities before you dig.
Connecticut Light & Power 1997
 
Electrical case histories: Fatal shock
Number: VT01439 Material: Video, 22 minutes Industry: General Industry
Covers, through re-enactments of real-life electrical accidents, the principles of electrical safety including the dangers of electrical shock, personal verification of lockout/tagout, response to electrical emergencies, and PPE.
Coastal Training, 1994
 
Electrical power generation: High voltage
Number: VT01488 Material: Video, 27 minutes Industry: General Industry
Presents safety information for electric utilities operations including working on or near exposed energized parts and overhead power lines.
Coastal Training, 1994
 
Electrical principles
Number: VT01558 Material: Video, 14 minutes Industry: All Industries
Demonstrates basic electrical principles including how electricity works, electrical circuits, grounding, and circuit protection devices such as GFCIs.
Coastal Training, 1988
 
Electrical safety and asbestos abatement
Number: VT01094 Material: Video, 12 minutes Industry: Construction
Covers electrical fundamentals and hazards. NOTE: OSHA does not require explosion-proof lighting or equipment unless another hazard is present which would require its use.
Intl Assoc of Heat and Frost Insulators, 1987
 
Electrical safety in construction
Number: VT01380 Material: Video, 19 minutes Industry: Construction
Covers both temporary and permanent jobsite installations of electricity including GFCIs, temporary hook-ups, power tools and cord sets.
J.J. Keller & Associates, 1996
 
Electrical safety overview
Number: VT01282 Material: Video, 10 minutes Industry: General Industry
Discusses the properties of electricity and its hazards, the inspection and care of electrical equipment and power tools, and safe work practices including grounding, GFCIs, and lockout/tagout.
Digital 2000, 1993
 
Electrical safety: basic principles
Number: DVD037 Material: DVD 15 minutes Industry: General Industry
Discusses electricity, electrical circuits, insulators and conductors, and electrical paths.
Coastal Training Technologies, Inc. 2004
 
Electrical safety: Basic principles
Number: VT01664 Material: Video, 16 minutes Industry: General Industry
Covers the basic principles of electricity, reviews safe work conditions and procedures, emergency response procedures, electrical circuits, insulators and conductors, grounding, and circuit protection devices such as GFCIs.
Coastal Training, 2000
 
Electrical safety: Construction
Number: VT01372 Material: Video, 5 minutes Industry: Construction
Covers basic safety rules when working with electrical tools and equipment including plugs, cords, and GFCIs.
Digital 2000, 1993
 
Electrical safety: Ground Fault Circuit Interrupters
Number: VT01580 Material: Video, 11 minutes Industry: Construction
Covers what GFCI's are all about, how they work, and general safety procedures for protection against electrical shock.
Digital 2000, 1992
 
Electrical safety: Ground Fault Circuit Interrupters
Number: VT01726 Spanish Material: Video, 11 minutes Industry: Construction
See previous description
Digital 2000, 1992
 
Electrical safety: Real, real-life
Number: VT01601 Material: Video, 13 minutes Industry: General Industry
Explains, through re-enactments of real-life situations, hazards and safety practices when working with or around electricity including PPE, proper grounding, and the use of GFCIs.
Coastal Training, 1998
 
Electrical safety: Real, real-life
Number: VT01717 Spanish Material: Video, 13 minutes Industry: General Industry
See previous description.
Coastal Training, 1998
 
Electrical safety: Safe work practices
Number: VT01304 Material: Video, 5 minutes Industry: General Industry
Describes electrical hazards, maintaining proper work distances from electrical sources, proper tools and equipment, and personal protective equipment.
Summit Training Source, 1990
 
Electrical safety: The hazards of electricity
Number: VT01400 Material: Video, 6 minutes Industry: General Industry
Covers the basic principles of electricity, the causes of electrocution and electrical shock and electricity as the source of fire.
Summit Training Source, 1990
 
Fatal shock: electrical case histories
Number: DVD043 Material: DVD 24 minutes Industry: General Industry
Covers key points about how to avoid electrical hazards by maintaining safe conditions in your work environment and using safe work procedures on the job.
Coastal Training Technologies, 2007
 
Pole topping safety: High voltage electrical
Number: VT01761 Material: Video, 10 minutes Industry: Utilities
This Video, for utilities workers and linemen, shows examples of acceptable and effective pole top removal practices.
WA State Dept of Labor & Industries, 2000
 
Use of electrical equipment in hazardous locations
Number: VT01352 Material: Video, 16 minutes Industry: All Industries
Discusses the three classifications of hazardous locations and requirements for approved electrical equipment.
Utility Workers Union of America, 1987
 
Working around high voltage
Number: VT01429 Material: Video, 6 minutes Industry: Construction
Discusses safety measures when working around overhead and underground power lines including what to do if contact does occur.
Assoc General Contractors of America, 1992
 

Emergency Action Plans
See also Egress
Emergency action plan: crisis under control
Number: DVD051 Material: DVD 16 minutes Industry: General Industry
Uses the backdrop of the evacuation and cleanup of the World Trade Center site to help employees and safety team members understand the vital importance of emergency planning and evacuation drills. These programs will also help teams "think the unthinkable" in creating, implementing, and refining emergency action plans. (English / Spanish)
Coastal Training Technologies, 2004
 
Emergency action plans: I plan to live
Number: VT01642 Material: Video, 5 minutes Industry: General Industry
This humorous video covers warning signals, responsibility lists and assignments, exit routes, and evacuation procedures.
Safety Shorts, 1992
 
Emergency action plans: Spiral to disaster
Number: VT01636 Material: Video, 24 minutes Industry: All Industries
Using the Piper Alpha oil rig explosion as a backdrop, covers what makes a good Emergency Action Plan including awareness of work-area hazards, risk analysis, training, safe work practices, emergency procedures, and evacuation drills.
Coastal Training, 2000
 
Emergency evacuation: getting out alive
Number: DVD050 Material: DVD 15 minutes  
Gives an overview of what to do in different emergency situations such as fire, earthquake, explosions and hazardous materials. (English / Spanish)
Coastal Training Technologies, 2004, 2000.
 
Emergency evacuation training
Number: VT01522 Material: Video, 18 minutes Industry: General Industry
Gives step-by-step instructions on procedures to follow in an emergency including the important role of pre-planning exit routes, egress, assembly areas, lines of authority, and all-clear signals.
Safe Expectations, 1990
 
Fire! Getting out alive
Number: VT01524 Material: Video, 18 minutes Industry: General Industry
Discusses how to prepare for a fire emergency including exit posting and egress, fire drills, emergency evacuation plans, and employee fire education and preparation training.
Safe Expectations, 1995
 
Preparing your office for an earthquake
Number: VT01762 Material: Video, 7 minutes Industry: All Industries
Identifies potential hazards, shows how to lessen damage with simple preventive measures, and lists items for emergency kits.
WA State Dept of Labor & Industries, 2001
 

Ergonomics
See also Back Safety
Basic ergonomics
Number: VT01637 Material: Video, 5 minutes Industry: All Industries
This humorous video provides a definition, gives a short history, and covers its relevance in the workplace.
Safety Shorts, 1989
 
Carpal tunnel
Number: VT00361 Material: Video, 5 minutes Industry: General Industry
Describes carpal tunnel syndrome and ways to eliminate the stress caused by this repetitive motion injury.
Summit Training Source, 1990
 
Ergonomic programs that work
Number: VT01498 Material: Video, 21 minutes Industry: General Industry
Discusses various aspects of an ergonomics program by visiting four companies and reviewing their programs.
OSHA Office of Information & Consumer Affairs, 1998
 
Ergonomics awareness education
Number: VT01759 Material: Video, 26 minutes Industry: General Industry
Describes musculoskeletal disorders, work related causes, recognizing hazards, identifying common measures to reduce these hazards, risk factors, and the importance of early reporting
WA State Dept of Labor & Industries, 2002
 
Ergonomics in the workplace
Number: VT01393 Material: Video, 18 minutes Industry: General Industry
Addresses production line tasks, cumulative trauma disorders, identification of workplace activities that can cause CTD such as manual materials handling, and prevention measures.
Primedia Workplace Learning, 1995
 
Ergonomics: Solving the puzzle
Number: VT01623 Material: Video, 18 minutes Industry: General Industry
Covers how to create an ergonomic work environment, how to reduce repetitive motion injuries, and how to create a successful ergonomics program.
Coastal Training, 2000
 
Ergonomics: Your body at work
Number: VT01624 Material: Video, 20 minutes Industry: General Industry
This award winning video reviews ergonomic mechanics, cumulative trauma disorders and contributing factors, worksite analysis, and low-cost ergonomic worksite improvements.
Coastal Training, 1991
 
Hand/arm vibration syndrome
Number: VT01270 Material: Video, 25 minutes Industry: All Industries
Covers the cause, symptoms, assessment, and treatment of this cumulative trauma disorder.
US National Institute for OSH, 1990
 
Power zone ergonomics
Number: VT01631 Material: Video, 10 minutes Industry: General Industry
Covers manufacturing and office work station design including visual access, work reach zones, standing, and hand-wrist stress.
IL Onsite S&H Consultation Program, 2000
 
Repetitive stress injuries: Manufacturing
Number: VT01644 Material: Video, 6 minutes Industry: General Industry
Covers the symptoms of this painful disorder, proper work techniques, and the effects of overexertion, incorrect posture, lifting, twisting, and improper wrist positions.
Safety Shorts, 1998
 

Excavations

Competent person and soils testing
Number: VT01504 Material: Video, 27 minutes Industry: Construction
Defines the role and responsibilities of the "competent person," explains the soil classification system, shows five easy field tests for determining soil types including by means of a pocket penetrometer, and preparing for an OSHA inspection.
Zomar Productions, 1992
 
Construction shoring safety
Number: VT01505 Material: Video, 24 minutes Industry: Construction
Covers installation of timber, screwjack and hydraulic shoring systems, determining soil types, sheeting designs, and safety hazards unique to trenching operations.
Coastal Training, 1990
 
Construction trenching and shoring
Number: VT01459 Material: Video, 10 minutes Industry: Construction
Covers safety guidelines including site evaluation, protective systems, and emergency response.
Coastal Training, 1992
 
Excavations : safe work essentials
Number: DVD068   Industry: General Industry
This videodisc reviews the different types of excavations, potential hazards, protective measures, and safe work practices that should be used when on an excavation site. (English / Spanish)
Summit Training Source, Inc. 2000s
 
Excavation and trenching safety: On solid ground
Number: VT01418 Material: Video, 18 minutes Industry: Construction
Covers identifying jobsite hazards and conditions, access and egress to trench, hazardous atmospheres, emergency rescue, methods of sloping, shoring and shielding, and soil classification.
Assoc General Contractors of America, 1990
 
Excavation safety for workers: In the trenches
Number: VT01415 Material: Video, 14 minutes Industry: Construction
Discusses trench hazards, how hazards can be reduced through sloping and shielding, and how to safety work in and around them.
Assoc General Contractors of America, 1996
 
Excavations, trenches and shoring
Number: VT01294 Material: Video, 14 minutes Industry: Construction
Provides an overview of protective systems, regulatory requirements and safe work practices.
Summit Training Source, 1996
 
Excavations: 29 CFR 1926, Subpart P
Number: VT01242 Material: Video, 23 minutes Industry: Construction
Discusses the hazards associated with excavation operations and safe work practices and control measures to prevent accidents.
OSHA Office of Training and Education, 1992
 
Survival in excavation: Safe working around existing utilities
Number: VT01706 Material: Video, 20 minutes Industry: Construction
This Video, an orientation for excavators, describes how to safely plan the job from start to finish.
Assoc General Contractors of America, 1996
 
Trench emergency: Cave in!
Number: VT01468 Material: Video, 14 minutes Industry: Construction
Reviews, through showing an actual cave-in, the dos and don'ts of trench rescue including the dangers posed by trenches, shoring and shielding, and preparing a rescue team.
Coastal Training, 1993
 
Trenching and excavation safety
Number: VT01659 Material: Video, 18 minutes Industry: Construction
Explains the hazards created by digging trenches and excavations, how these hazards can be reduced by sloping, shielding, and shoring systems, and emphasizes personal and work safety.
Zomar Productions, 1987
 
Trenching and shoring
Number: VT01378 Material: Video, 5 minutes Industry: Construction
Explains trenching basics such as soil classification and various types of shoring and shielding.
Digital 2000, 1992
 
Trenching and shoring operations
Number: VT01322 Material: Video, 12 minutes Industry: Construction
Explains how to avoid cave-ins by following safety precautions including proper sloping, types of shoring, types of shielding, and soil classification.
Digital 2000, 1992
 
Trenching and shoring operations
Number: VT01502 Spanish Material: Video, 12 minutes Industry: Construction
See previous description.
Digital 2000, 1992
 
Trenching and shoring safety: Cave-in!
Number: VT01431 Material: Video, 18 minutes Industry: Construction
Covers trench hazards and cave-in prevention including site evaluation, soil testing, protective systems, and emergency response.
Coastal Training, 1994
 
Trenching and shoring: Safety training program
Number: VT01555 Material: Video, 19 minutes Industry: Construction
Covers safety and health hazards including falling rock or soil and oxygen deficiencies, soil classification, competent person, installation of protective support systems, sloping including and benching, and emergency
J.J. Keller & Associates, 1993
 

Explosives and Blasting

Working safely around explosives
Number: VT01574 Material: Video, 5 minutes Industry: Construction
Covers basic safety procedures including storage facilities, transportation, loading the charge, and blasting area
Assoc General Contractors of America, 1992
 

Eye Protection
See also Personal Protective Equipment
Eye and face protection: Safety gear
Number: VT01518 Material: Video, 11 minutes Industry: All Industries
Describes different types of safety glasses, goggles, face shields, and helmets used to protect the eyes and face from debris, chemicals, and dangerous light.
Aims Multimedia, 1989
 
Eye and face protection: Safety gear
Number: VT01727 Spanish Material: Video, 11 minutes Industry: All Industries
See previous description.
Aims Multimedia, 1989
 
Eye safety
Number: VT00144 Material: Video, 20 minutes Industry: General Industry
Covers the importance of eye protection, common eye injuries, and the selection and use of eye protection.
Primedia Workplace Learning, 1985
 
Eye safety
Number: VT00365 Material: Video, 5 minutes Industry: General Industry
Discusses three kinds of eye hazards, the specific type of eye protection for each hazard, and proper first aid procedures are demonstrated.
Summit Training Source, 1990
 
Eye safety: no second chances
Number: DVD019 Material: DVD 21 min Industry: All Industries
Eye safety on the job is the subject of this video. Most eye injuries can be avoided by using eye safety protective equipment and following simple safety procedures. The three main causes of eye injuries - flying debris, chemicals and infection - are discussed to stress the importance of using adequate protection to prevent these injuries.
Summit Training Source, 1999
 
Eye safety: Your eyes are different
Number: VT01653 Material: Video, 14 minutes Industry: General Industry
Stresses, through its depiction of near misses and computer graphics, the need to consistently wear eye protection, common eye injuries, and how to choose the correct type of eyewear for the job.
CoreMedia Training 1994
 
Eyewashes and safety showers
Number: VT01702 Material: Video, 12 minutes Industry: All Industries
Reviews the correct operation and use of eyewashes and safety showers, equipment testing, accident prevention, reading MSDS, and proper procedures in chemical contact.
Training Network-LIP, 1994
 
Protecting your eyesight
Number: VT01763 Material: Video, 7 minutes Industry: General Industry
Shows dramatic examples of what happens when proper eye protection is not worn and the difference between regular glasses compared to goggles stamped ANSI Z87.
WA State Dept of Labor & Industries, 2003
 

Fall Protection
See also Housekeeping; Walking and Working Surfaces
Construction fall protection: Get arrested!
Number: VT01557 Material: Video, 11 minutes Industry: Construction
This humorous video covers the effective use of body harness and lanyard in personal fall arrest systems, as well as positioning systems, proper anchorage techniques, floor hole covers, and guardrail construction.
Coastal Training, 1998
 
Construction fall protection: Get arrested!
Number: VT01615 Spanish Material: Video, 12 minutes Industry: Construction
See previous description.
Coastal Training, 1998
 
Construction fall protection: Hook Up
Number: VT01487 Material: Video, 10 minutes Industry: Construction
Discusses fall hazards, the three types of fall arrest systems, fall arrest distances, choosing anchorage and tie-off points, equipment inspection, proper use of equipment, and the rescue of fallen workers.
Coastal Training, 1995
 
Fall free: Employer training
Number: VT01289 Material: Video, 25 minutes Industry: Construction
Covers the requirements of 1926 Subpart M for supervisory and management personnel including fall hazards and their controls, protective systems, management responsibilities, and employee training requirements.
Chicago Construction Safety Council, 1995
 
Fall free: Toolbox talk
Number: VT01288 Material: Video, 9 minutes Industry: Construction
Focuses on the proper use of fall arrest equipment including body harnesses, lanyards, and lifelines.
Chicago Construction Safety Council, 1995
 
Fall prevention: Elevated work surfaces
Number: VT01394 Material: Video, 21 minutes Industry: All Industries
Covers safety procedures for working on and inspection of elevated work surfaces including aerial lifts and scaffolds.
Primedia Workplace Learning, 1993
 
Fall protection for construction: Heightened awareness
Number: VT01413 Material: Video, 20 minutes Industry: Construction
Covers types of fall protection systems and where they should be used including personal fall arrest systems, guardrails, safety nets, floor covers, warning lines, and controlled access zones.
Assoc General Contractors of America, 1995
 
Fall protection for construction: Heightened awareness
Number: VT01515 Spanish Material: Video, 20 minutes Industry: Construction
See previous description.
Assoc General Contractors of America, 1995
 
Fall protection for ironworkers
Number: VT01749 Material: Video, 17 minutes Industry: Construction
Covers fall restraint systems, fall arrest systems, positioning devices, equipment inspection, and controlled decking zones.
Coastal Training, 2001
 
Fall protection: Construction
Number: VT01556 Material: Video, 24 minutes Industry: Construction
Covers fall protection systems including guardrails, nets, personal fall arrest, positioning devices, warning lines, floor and hole covers, and controlled access zones.
J.J. Keller & Associates, 1995
 
Fall protection: personal fall arrest system
Number: DVD031 Material: DVD 19 minutes Industry: General Industry
Addresses the use and maintenance of personal fall arrest equipment and creates an awareness for fall hazards.
Summit Training Source, 2005
 
Fall protection: Taking control
Number: VT01295 Material: Video, 11 minutes Industry: All Industries
Discusses how to recognize potential fall hazards, developing a pro-active safety attitude, and the proper use and care of fall protection equipment including anchor points, rope grabs, full body harnesses, lanyards, and lifelines.
Summit Training Source, 1994
 
Fall protection: The basics
Number: VT01537 Material: Video, 11 minutes Industry: All Industries
This humorous video covers engineering controls such as guardrails, barriers, and nets; and personal fall arrest systems including body harnesses, lifelines, lanyards, and anchorages
Industrial Training Systems, 1996
 
Fall protection : The Right Connection
Number: DVD009 Material: DVD 20 min Industry: All Industries
Describes types of fall protection (guardrails, handrails, positioning devices, andpersonal fall arrest systems). Encourages viewers to set up fall protection systems correctly and keep them in good condition. (English / Spanish)
Coastal Training Technologies, 2007
 
How far is that fall?
Number: VT01511 Material: Video, 22 minutes Industry: Construction
Covers fall distance calculations for personal fall arrest systems as found in OSHA regulation 1926.502(d)(16).
OSHA Office of Training and Education, 1998

Fire Extinguishers

Fire extinguisher operation: Construction
Number: VT01568 Material: Video, 5 minutes Industry: Construction
Discusses classes of fires, types of fire extinguishers, inspection, operation, and location on the jobsite for visibility and accessibility.
Assoc General Contractors of America, 1995
 
Fire extinguisher safety
Number: VT01391 Material: Video, 11 minutes Industry: General Industry
Discusses knowing your company's fire escape plan, finding out where fire extinguishers are located at your worksite, the four classes of fires, types of fire extinguishers, and their proper use.
CoreMedia Training, 1996
 
Fire extinguisher training
Number: VT01373 Material: Video, 5 minutes Industry: All Industries
Covers fire extinguisher basics, types of fire extinguishers, the four classes of fires, and proper use techniques.
Digital 2000, 1993
 
Fire extinguishers
Number: VT01507 Material: Video, 5 minutes Industry: All Industries
Covers the classification of fire extinguishers, the type of fire for which they are suited, and their proper use.
Summit Training Source, 1990
 
Fire prevention: Construction
Number: VT01578 Material: Video, 12 minutes Industry: Construction
Discusses fire hazards and prevention on the job site including proper storage of flammables, safety cans, electrical safety, good housekeeping practices, and the types and use of fire extinguishers.
Digital 2000, 1992
 
Fire Safety: alert, aware, alive
Number: DVD024 Material: DVD 17 minutes
This DVD gives information on the different types of fires, how they can be prevented and what to do in the event of fire.
Coastal Training Technologies, 2004
 
Portable fire extinguishers
Number: VT01492 Material: Video, 14 minutes Industry: All Industries
Discusses the four difference classes of fire, how to choose the appropriate fire extinguisher and the basics of fire extinguisher use.
Coastal Training, 1990

Fire Prevention
See also Egress; Emergency Action Plans; Fire Extinguishers
Construction fire prevention: Avoid the heat
Number: VT01405 Material: Video, 15 minutes Industry: Construction
Discusses fire hazards and prevention on the job site including proper storage of combustibles and flammables, control of welding sparks and fire watch, safety cans, housekeeping, and the types and use of fire extinguishers.
Assoc General Contractors of America 1992
 
Fire safety
Number: VT01551 Material: Video, 15 minutes Industry: General Industry
Presents the elements of combustion, the classes for fire, fire hazards commonly found in the workplace, types and use of fire extinguishers, and evacuation procedures.
J.J. Keller & Associates, 1993
 
Fire safety: Real, real-life
Number: VT01559 Material: Video, 15 minutes Industry: All Industries
This humorous video covers all of the important essentials of fire safety through reenactments of fire situations, and discusses the elements and classes of fire, fire prevention, fire extinguishers, emergency action plans.
Coastal Training, 1998
 
Fire safety: There's no second chance
Number: VT01460 Material: Video, 20 minutes Industry: General Industry
Re-creates a workplace fire and discusses the elements and classes of fire, fire prevention, emergency action plans, types of fire extinguishers and their use.
Coastal Training, 1996
 
Fire! In the workplace
Number: VT01440 Material: Video, 17 minutes Industry: General Industry
Covers the recognition of potential hazards, the fire triangle, classes of fires, fire extinguisher use, and how to extinguish small fires.
Coastal Training, 1989

First Aid

Chemical burns
Number: VT00362 Material: Video, 5 minutes Industry: General Industry
Discusses safe work practices, the use of chemical-resistant personal protection, and first aid measures.
Summit Training Source, 1990
 
Thermal burns
Number: VT00393 Material: Video, 5 minutes Industry: General Industry
Shows how to prevent heat related burns using safe work practices and the do's and don't when treating a burn victims.
Summit Training Source, 1990
 

Flammable Materials

Chemical handling: Flammables
Number: VT01432 Material: Video, 14 minutes Industry: All Industries
Covers basic information about handling flammables and combustibles in the workplace including their characteristics and hazards, ignition, MSDSs, labeling, emergency response, handling and storage.
Coastal Training, 1992
 
Flammable liquids
Number: VT01305 Material: Video, 7 minutes Industry: General Industry
Covers the characteristics of, hazards of, and proper handling and storing of flammable liquids.
Summit Training Source, 1990

Food Service

It's a wonderful kitchen: Injury prevention for food service workers
Number: VT01496 Material: Video, 12 minutes Industry: Food Service
Identifies the most common food service-related injuries and methods of prevention including slips and falls, burns and scalds, and cuts.
NY State Dept of Health, 1991

Foot Protection
See also Personal Protective Equipment
Foot protection
Number: VT01374 Material: Video, 5 minutes Industry: All Industries
Discusses types of hazardous situations found on the job, foot injuries and the importance of wearing appropriate safety shoes and boots.
Digital 2000, 1993
 
Foot protection: Safety gear
Number: VT01519 Material: Video, 11 minutes Industry: All Industries
Explains how the foot works, workplace hazards to feet, classification of safety shoes, and the function of toe shields, metatarsal guards, and puncture-resistant soles.
Aims Multimedia, 1989
 
Foot protection: Safety gear
Number: VT01728 Spanish Material: Video, 11 minutes Industry: All Industries
See previous description.
Aims Multimedia, 1989

Forklift Trucks

Construction forklift safety
Number: VT01314 Material: Video, 14 minutes Industry: Construction
Covers pre-operation inspection, maintenance, safe operating procedures, and forklift engineering principles such as leverage and stability.
Digital 2000, 1991
 
Construction forklifts
Number: VT01457 Material: Video, 9 minutes Industry: Construction
Covers safe operating procedures for both fixed mast lift and extended reach forklifts including start-up inspections, lifting principles, rated load capacity, center of gravity, and moving a load.
Coastal Training, 1996
 
Construction forklifts: Extending your reach
Number: VT01593 Material: Video, 14 minutes Industry: Construction
Covers extended reach forklift safety including lifting principles, start-up inspections, load stability, leverage, rated load capacity, moving the load, electrical hazards, and safety procedures.
Coastal Training, 1999
 
Forklift case histories: Serious business
Number: VT01449 Material: Video, 18 minutes Industry: General Industry
Shows re-enactments of real-life forklift accidents, demonstrates the dangers of improper use, and discusses safe work practices, securing the platform and load, lifting, safe speed and turning, and awareness of surroundings.
Assoc General Contractors of America, 1992
 
Forklift driving skills
Number: VT00368 Material: Video, 5 minutes Industry: General Industry
Describes techniques for driving on wet, rough and inclined surfaces and proper procedures for load handling.
Summit Training Source, 1990
 
Forklift fundamentals: Get the facts
Number: VT01594 Material: Video, 18 minutes Industry: General Industry
Covers powered industrial truck design, controls and instrumentation, pre-operation safety inspection, the vehicle stability triangle and the factors that affect it.
Coastal Training, 1997
 
Forklift load capacity
Number: VT01654 Material: Video, 5 minutes Industry: General Industry
Demonstrates proper load balance and weight capacity, the importance of the three-point suspension system and the effect of the stability triangle.
Summit Training Source, 1990
 
Forklift operations: Carry the load
Number: VT01595 Material: Video, 19 minutes Industry: General Industry
Discusses operating conditions and hazards including surface conditions, lifting and putting down the load, load stability, traveling tips, working with stacks, special hazards, operating safety, vehicle and pedestrian traffic.
Coastal Training, 1999
 
Forklift operations: carry the load
Number: DVD025 Material: DVD 20 minutes Industry: General Industry
This program talks about forklift operating systems, special hazards and safety rules. It explains to forklift operators how to handle surface conditions, various loads and stability, proper load manipulation, stacking and unstacking, and vehicle and pedestrian traffic. Includes customizable Power-Point presentation and printable leader's guide.(English / Spanish)
Coastal Training Technologies, 2004
 
Forklift operations: safety driven
Number: DVD026 Material: DVD 20 minutes Industry: General Industry
Provides general guidelines for safely operating a powered industrial truck. Covers daily inspections, maintaining stability, driving a forklift, and handling loads (English / Spanish)
Summit Training Source, 2009
 
Forklift pedestrian safety
Number: VT01760 Material: Video, 10 minutes Industry: General Industry
This dramatic video is intended for people on foot who work in areas where forklifts are being used.
WA State Dept of Labor & Industries, 2003
 
Forklift pre-operation inspection
Number: VT01655 Material: Video, 5 minutes Industry: General Industry
Covers the pre-operation inspection checklist, proper forklift maintenance, and basic forklift features.
Summit Training Source, 1990
 
Forklift safe driving
Number: VT00371 Material: Video, 5 minutes Industry: General Industry
Demonstrates how accidents occur and safe driving techniques.
Summit Training Source, 1990
 
Forklift safe driving skills: The responsible operator
Number: VT01296 Material: Video, 14 minutes Industry: General Industry
Discusses hazard awareness and safety procedures, driving skills, interaction with pedestrian traffic, proper load handling and lifting, and techniques for driving on various surfaces such as ramps, inclines and dock plates.
Summit Training Source, 1995
 
Forklift safety: Loads of experience
Number: VT01392 Material: Video, 15 minutes Industry: General Industry
Focuses on the responsibilities of pedestrians who are working around lift trucks to prevent accidents including eye contact with the driver, safe distance, safe work zone, and safe drop zone.
CoreMedia Training, 1990
 
Forklift safety: On the go
Number: VT01584 Material: Video, 17 minutes Industry: Construction
This video on extended reach forklifts discusses pre-operation inspection, vehicle center of balance, load capacities, and safe operation including lifting, moving, and stacking loads.
Assoc General Contractors of America, 1994
 
Forklift Safety: The Color of Danger
Number: VT01526 Material: video 17 minutes Industry: General Industry
This award winning video uses re-enactments of actual accidents to show the consequences of a lapse in concentration or safe driving procedures in various industrial settings including docks and warehouses.
Allied Digital Technologies, 1982.
 
Forklift walk-behinds
Number: VT00372 Material: Video, 5 minutes Industry: General Industry
Covers the safe operation of handtrucks including pre-operation inspection and load capacity.
Summit Training Source, 1990
 
Forklifts and pedestrians
Number: VT00373 Material: Video, 5 minutes Industry: General Industry
Uses live-action accident scenarios to show how serious forklift accidents involving pedestrians can be prevented.
Summit Training Source, 1990

Foundries

Caution: Foundry at work
Number: VT01628 Material: Video, 10 minutes Industry: General Industry
Covers foundry operations, safe work practices, hazard control, and health and safety hazards including metal fumes, noise, heat, and silica.
US National Institute for OSH, 1997
 
Caution: Foundry at work (CC)
Number: DVD007 Material: DVD10 minutes Industry: General Industry
See previous description.
US National Institute for OSH, 1998
 
Caution: Foundry at work (CC)
Number: DVD08 Material: DVD10 minutes Industry: General Industry
See previous description. (Spanish)
US National Institute for OSH, 1998

Grain Elevators

Deadly dust II
Number: VT01540 Material: Video, 30 minutes Industry: Grain Elevators
Shows dramatic scenes of grain elevator explosions, the devastation caused by the blast, demonstrations on how and why these explosions occur, and emergency planning.
Kansas State University, 1990
 
Deadly dust III
Number: VT01541 Material: Video, 22 minutes Industry: Grain Elevators
Features two employees who survived major dust explosions, dramatic scenes of actual explosions, stop motion demonstrations of how primary and secondary explosions occur, and prevention measures.
Kansas State University, 1995
 
Grain elevator safety orientation
Number: VT01709 Material: Video, 14 minutes Industry: Agriculture
Demonstrates safe work practices including the use of PPE, electrical safety, ladder safety, slip hazards, truck and wagon grain unloading, entering grain bins, engulfment hazards, and grain dust explosion causes
IL Onsite S&H Consultation Program, 2001

Grinding Wheels

Grinding
Number: VT01402 Material: Video, 7 minutes Industry: General Industry
Discusses engineering controls, proper personal protective equipment, and techniques of safe grinding operations.
Summit Training Source, 1990
 
Grinding safety: The rule of Muldoon
Number: VT00526 Material: Video, 17 minutes Industry: General Industry
This humorous video covers grinding wheel speeds, guards, mounting procedures, and wheel operating rules.
Grinding Wheel Institute, 1985

Groundskeeping

Groundskeeping safety: Be a pro!
Number: VT01489 Material: Video, 17 minutes Industry: General Industry
Covers hazards and safety procedures for employees responsible for grounds or outdoor maintenance when using chemicals and equipment including basic PPE, tractors, riding mowers, brush-cutting equipment and blowers.
Coastal Training, 1997

Hand Protection
See also Personal Protective Equipment
Hand and arm protection: Safety gear
Number: VT01520 Material: Video, 11 minutes Industry: All Industries
Covers how to recognize workplace hand and arm hazards, the causes of traumatic and contact injuries, the reason for and use of guards on equipment and machinery, and choosing the proper gloves for the job.
Aims Multimedia, 1989
 
Hand and arm protection: Safety gear
Number: VT01729 Spanish Material: Video, 11 minutes Industry: All Industries
See previous description.
Aims Multimedia, 1989
 
Hand safety
Number: VT00376 Material: Video, 6 minutes Industry: General Industry
Covers the causes of hand injuries and prevention including the proper use of hand tools, knife safety, working with machinery and pinch points.
Summit Training Source, 1990

Hazard Communication
See also Material Safety Data Sheets
Employee's guide to working with hazardous materials
Number: VT01176 Material: Video, 16 minutes Industry: All Industries
Gives an overview of the hazard communication standard and an introduction to material safety data sheets.
S&H Council of Greater Omaha, 1991
 
Employee's guide to working with hazardous materials
Number: VT01365 Spanish Material: Video, 16 minutes Industry: All Industries
See previous description.
S&H Council of Greater Omaha, 1996
 
Hazard communication
Number: VT01668 Material: Video, 13 minutes Industry: General Industry
Reviews the differences between common hazardous materials, proper storage, labeling systems, material safety data sheets, exposure reduction, and safe handling procedures.
Summit Training Source, 1998
 
Hazard communication: elements of safety
Number: DVD029 Material: DVD 20 minutes Industry: General Industry
Provides an introduction to hazard communication. Covers the requirements of OSHA's hazard communication rule, chemical hazards, exposure limits, MSDSs and labels. (English / Spanish)
Coastal Training Technologies, 2006
 
Hazard communication in manufacturing
Number: VT01285 Material: Video, 5 minutes Industry: General Industry
Discusses material safety data sheets, labeling, handling and safe use of chemicals in the workplace.
Training Network-LIP, 1992
 
Hazard communication: informed for safety
Number: DVD027 Material: DVD 15 minutes Industry: General Industry
Discusses the prevalence of hazardous chemicals in industrial settings, the use of product labels and material safety data sheets to inform workers of possible dangers, and OSHA's hazard communication standard.
Summit Training Source, 2008
 
Hazard communication: signs for safety
Number: DVD028 Material: DVD 13 minutes Industry: General Industry
A program designed to keep employees safe and well-educated about chemical hazards. Covers labeling systems and Material Safety Data Sheets, safe handling of hazardous materials, differences between common hazardous materials and how to reduce or eliminate exposure.
Summit Training Source, 2002
 
Hazard communication: Training for employees
Number: VT01660 Material: Video, 18 minutes Industry: General Industry
Covers chemical safety, the importance of keeping an up-to-date hazardous chemical inventory, how to read MSDSs, labeling of containers, what an employee should do if they find an unlabeled container or no MSDS on a substance, and written hazcom programs.
J.J. Keller & Associates, 2000
 
Hazard communication: Training for employees
Number: VT01662 Spanish Material: Video, 18 minutes Industry: General Industry
See previous description.
J.J. Keller & Associates, 2000
 
Hazard communication: Your safety net
Number: VT01665 Material: Video, 14 minutes Industry: General Industry
Focuses on chemical hazards and safety precautions including exposure situations, ways to control chemical hazards, and reading and using material safety data sheets and warning labels.
Coastal Training, 2000
 
HazCom case histories: Learn from their mistakes
Number: VT01442 Material: Video, 20 minutes Industry: All Industries
Using re-enactments of real-life HazCom incidents, covers the importance of following safe work practices, reading material safety data sheets and warning labels, emergency response, and using personal protective equipment.
Coastal Training, 1994
 
Right-to-know
Number: VT00388 Material: Video, 5 minutes Industry: General Industry
Provides hazard communication training on MSDS terms and labeling compliance including proper container labeling.
Summit Training Source, 1990

Hazard Communication-Construction
See also Material Safety Data Sheets
Hazard communication standard 1926.59
Number: VT01243 Material: Video, 14 minutes Industry: Construction
Discusses chemical hazards in construction including materials safety data sheets, container labeling, employee training, and the requirements of the standard.
OSHA Office of Training and Education, 1993
 
Hazard communication training: The toxic time bomb
Number: VT01166 Material: Video, 15 minutes Industry: Construction
Discusses construction chemical hazards including hazard awareness, safe chemical handling procedures, employee right-to-know, and how to read labels and material safety data sheets.
Florida AFL-CIO United Labor Agency, 1988
 
Hazard communication: The message is construction safety
Number: VT01583 Material: Video, 14 minutes Industry: Construction
Covers construction chemical hazards including types of hazardous materials found on the jobsite, reading product labels and material safety data sheets, safe handling procedures, and the requirements of the standard.
Assoc General Contractors of America, 1997
 
Hazard communication: Your right to know
Number: VT01722 Material: Video, 12 minutes Industry: Roofing and Siding
Explains how to use material safety data sheets, labeling procedures for hazardous materials, and safety precautions.
National Roofing Contractors Assoc, 1990
 
HazCom for construction
Number: VT01461 Material: Video, 12 minutes Industry: Construction
Covers the dangers of working with and around chemicals, how to recognize construction site chemical hazards, hazard control, safety precautions and personal protective equipment.
Coastal Training, 1995
 
HazCom: Understanding labels
Number: VT01245 Material: Video, 8 minutes Industry: Construction
Discusses the importance of labels on hazardous materials, how to read them, and various types of labeling systems including that of the National Fire Protection Association which uses color coding to distinguish classes of hazards.
Laborers' National H&S Fund, 1993

Hazardous Substances
See also Asbestos; Corrosives; Flammable Materials; Lead; Silica; and Solvents
Case of the vicious vapor
Number: VT01473 Material: Video, 7 minutes Industry: All Industries
This humorous video deals with how to investigate a hazardous vapor incident including air sampling, personal protective equipment, and proper
Kirkwood Community College, 1995
 
Chemical handling: General principles
Number: VT01433 Material: Video, 16 minutes Industry: All Industries
Covers safe work practices for handling flammables, corrosives, and solvents including their characteristics and hazards, handling and storage.
Coastal Training, 1990
 
Chemical handling safety: the basics
Number: DVD049 Material: DVD 17 minutes Industry: General Industry
Shows how to identify certain chemical hazards, handle chemicals safely, and respond to chemical emergencies. (English / Spanish)
Coastal Training Technologies, 2010
 
Chemicals in the workplace
Number: VT01516 Material: Video, 15 minutes Industry: General Industry
Details material safety data sheets and labels, recognition of chemical hazards, safe handling techniques and storage, and personal protective equipment.
J.J. Keller & Associates, 1988
 
Formaldehyde
Number: VT01625 Material: Video, 14 minutes Industry: General Industry
Discusses health hazards and routes of entry into the body, hazard communication, personal protective equipment, and safe work practices.
Summit Training Source, 1995
 
Non-compatible chemicals: What you should know
Number: VT01337 Material: Video, 14 minutes Industry: General Industry
Discusses chemical groups and their hazards, storage requirements, and emergency procedures.
Intl Chemical Workers Union, 1987
 
Small spills and leaks
Number: DVD056 Industry: General Industry
Leaks and spills can cause serious problems, but you can understand ways to 'mop' them up with this program: supervisor notification, securing, cleanup/decontamination/PPE. (English / Spanish)
Coastal Training Technologies Corp. 2004
 
Spills
Number: VT00392 Material: Video, 14 minutes Industry: General Industry
Demonstrates containment, cleanup and decontamination procedures for small spills of hazardous chemicals.
Summit Training Source, 1990
 
Toxics
Number: VT01658 Material: Video, 5 minutes Industry: All Industries
Discusses why toxics are dangerous to health, ways to limit exposure, and safe handling procedures in order to prevent injuries and accidents.
Summit Training Source, 1990

Hazardous Substances-Construction
See also Asbestos, Corrosives, Flammable Materials, Lead, Silica and Solvents
Jobsite hazardous waste safety: handle with care
Number: VT01411 Material: Video, 17 minutes Industry: Construction
Reviews the proper way to handle the unexpected discovery of hazardous waste on the jobsite including stop work, notifying the designated person, and securing the site.
Assoc General Contractors of America, 1992

Hazardous Waste Operations

HAZWOPER: first responder awareness level
Number: DVD: 058 Material: DVD 15 minutes Industry: General Industry
This program explains the five levels of emergency response and describes what first responders at the awareness level need to know. (English / Spanish)
Coastal Training Technologies Corp.
 
HAZWOPER training: Awareness level
Number: VT01490 Material: Video, 20 minutes Industry: General Industry
Designed for all employees, discusses the standard, hazardous materials definitions, and the activities and workers covered by the standard.
Coastal Training Technologies, 1990

Head Protection
See also Personal Protective Equipment
Head protection: Hard hats
Number: VT01375 Material: Video, 5 minutes Industry: Construction
Covers hardhat construction, how hard hats work and the importance of wearing head protection on the job.
Digital 2000, 1993
 
Head protection: Safety gear
Number: VT01521 Material: Video, 10 minutes Industry: All Industries
Examines the features and benefits of wearing hard hats including how the suspension system works, adjustment, regular inspection, and maintenance.
Aims Multimedia, 1989
 
Head protection: Safety gear
Number: VT01730 Spanish Material: Video, 10 minutes Industry: All Industries
See previous description.
Aims Multimedia, 1989

Healthcare
See also Laboratories
Bloodborne pathogens standard: How it affects you, how it protects you
Number: VT01686 Material: Video, 20 minutes Industry: Health Care
Reviews standard precautions, HBV vaccinations, engineering controls, work practice controls, and personal protective equipment.
Coastal Training, 1992
 
Bloodborne pathogens: Long-term care
Number: VT01684 Material: Video, 23 minutes Industry: Health Services
Discusses safe work practices and precautions including workplace transmission, reducing the risk, and personal protective equipment.
Coastal Training, 1992
 
Bloodborne pathogens: Protect your dental environment
Number: VT01685 Material: Video, 19 minutes Industry: Health Services
Covers safe work practices for the dental worker including workplace transmission, dealing with sharp instruments, reducing the risk, and personal protective equipment.
Coastal Training 1992
 
Healthcare electrical safety
Number: VT01561 Material: Video, 18 minutes Industry: Health Services
Discusses the common hazards of using electrical monitoring and diagnostic equipment typical to the healthcare setting, basic electrical principles, and electrical safety guidelines.
Coastal Training, 1991
 
Healthcare ergonomics
Number: VT01562 Material: Video, 21 minutes Industry: Health Services
Covers cumulative trauma disorders and contributing factors, identifying hazards, proper lifting body mechanics, lifting and transferring of patients, workstation adjustments, and exercises.
Coastal Training, 1996
 
Healthcare PPE
Number: VT01563 Material: Video, 19 minutes Industry: Health Services
Covers types of PPE available to healthcare workers and how they work, how to identify hazards such as infectious and chemical, selection of PPE, proper use and removal, inspection and disposal.
Coastal Training, 1995
 
Healthcare safety orientation
Number: VT01564 Material: Video, 16 minutes Industry: Health Services
Gives employees an overview of workplace hazards and safety measures including slips and falls, back injuries, handling medical waste, chemicals, radiation, and the proper use of personal protective equipment.
Coastal Training, 1994
 
Long term care safety orientation: Work smart, be safe
Number: VT01753 Material: Video, 15 minutes Industry: Health Services
Intended as a safety orientation for new employees or as a refresher for current employees who work in the nursing home industry.
IL Onsite S&H Consultation Program, 2002
 
Respirators: Your TB defense
Number: VT01630 Material: Video, 16 minutes Industry: Health Services
Covers the history of TB, transmission, symptoms, and respiratory protection including types of respirators, how they work, fit testing, cleaning, inspection, and storage.
US National Institute for OSH, 2000
 
Respirators: Your TB Defense/TB respiratory protection
Number: DVD01 Material: DVD, 48 minutes Industry: Health Services
Discuss respiratory protection for healthcare workers, and gives step-by-step instructions for developing a respiratory protection program for tuberculosis.
US National Institute for OSH, 2002
 
Respirators: Your TB Defense/TB respiratory protection (CC)
Number: DVD02 Material: DVD, 48 minutes Industry: Health Services
Discuss respiratory protection for healthcare workers, and gives step-by-step instructions for developing a respiratory protection program for tuberculosis.
US National Institute for OSH, 2002
 
TB respiratory protection: Administrator's review
Number: VT01738 Material: Video, 48 minutes  
Industry: Health Services takes you step-by-step through developing a respiratory protection program for tuberculosis including risk assessment, standard operating procedures, respirator selection, and employee training.
US National Institute for OSH, 2002
 
Workers exposed: HIV and Hepatitis B
Number: VT00504 Material: Video, 10 minutes Industry: Health Services
Explains the means of transmission, the disposal of sharps, and how to clean up blood spills and vomit.
Oregon Occupational S&H Division, 1993
 
Workplace precautions against bloodborne pathogens: as it should be done
Number: VT01185 Material: Video, 25 minutes Industry: General Industry
Highlights OSHA requirements and discusses how health care workers can protect themselves against occupational exposure to Hepatitis B and HIV.
OSHA Office of Information & Consumer Affairs, 1992
 

Hearing Protection

Hearing
Number: VT00377 Material: Video, 5 minutes Industry: General Industry
Explains how the ear operates, the effects of noise, and the use of earmuffs and earplugs to prevent hearing loss.
Summit Training Source, 1990
 
Hearing conservation on the jobsite: Sound advice
Number: VT01424 Material: Video, 13 minutes Industry: Construction
Discusses noise on the jobsite and the reason for wearing hearing protection.
Assoc General Contractors of America, 1995
 
Hearing conservation: An employee review
Number: VT01273 Material: Video, 9 minutes Industry: All Industries
Discusses control of harmful noise, hearing protection, and noise-induced hearing loss.
VA Medical Center, 1991
 
Hearing protection: Safety gear
Number: VT01731 Spanish Material: Video, 13 minutes Industry: General Industry
Explains how the ear works, workplace noise hazards, the effects of noise, and the use of hearing protection including earmuffs and earplugs.
Aims Multimedia, 1989
 
Hearing safety
Number: VT00146 Material: Video, 18 minutes Industry: General Industry
Stresses the hazards of both short- and long-term exposure to common levels of industrial noise, and the correct use of various protective devices.
Primedia Workplace Learning, 1986

Heat Stress
See also Cold Stress
Heat stress
Number: VT01634 Material: Video, 5 minutes Industry: All Industries
Covers the effects of heat on the body, health hazards and their symptoms, and preventive measures.
Summit Training Source, 1990
 
Heat stress prevention
Number: DVD072 Material: DVD 13 minutes Industry: All Industries
Discusses how heat can be a serious health hazard. Covers how heat can cause physical stress on the body, the body's heat-controlling mechanisms, the two basic sources of heat in the workplace, and the symptoms and treatment of life-threatening heat disorders. (English / Spanish)
Summit Training Source, 1989
 
Heat stress prevention
Number: VT01297 Material: Video, 10 minutes Industry: All Industries
Discusses the dangers of excessive heat exposure, how the body reacts in high temperatures, and precautions to take to guard against heat stroke and
Summit Training Source, 1989
 
Heat stress: Don't lose your cool
Number: VT01666 Material: Video, 15 minutes Industry: All Industries
Discusses how to prevent or treat heat disorders including work procedures, fluid intake, eating habits, clothing, and acclimatization.
Coastal Training, 2000

Housekeeping

Housekeeping
Number: VT00379 Material: Video, 6 minutes Industry: General Industry
Discusses how proper housekeeping can reduce accidents including slips and falls and prevent fires.
Summit Training Source, 1990
 
Housekeeping on the jobsite
Number: VT01317 Material: Video, 10 minutes Industry: Construction
Discusses how good housekeeping can prevent accidents on the construction site including slips and falls.
Digital 2000, 1995
 
Housekeeping on the jobsite: The winning ticket
Number: VT01707 Spanish Material: Video, 13 minutes Industry: Construction
Explains the dangers of working on cluttered jobsites including slips and falls.
Assoc General Contractors of America, 1991
 
Housekeeping responsibilities
Number: VT01648 Spanish Material: Video, 5 minutes Industry: All Industries
Covers how good housekeeping can prevent accidents and fires including spill cleanup and oily rag disposal.
Training Network-LIP, 1994
 
Housekeeping: A matter of attitude
Number: VT01525 Material: Video, 16 minutes Industry: All Industries
This humorous video points out the impacts of sloppy housekeeping and why good housekeeping is an important aspect of safety because it can prevent accidents.
Safe Expectations, 1981
 
Housekeeping: It ain't like in the movies
Number: VT01530 Material: Video, 15 minutes Industry: All Industries
This humorous Video, an action adventure spoof, reviews the importance of preventing accidents through good housekeeping techniques including proper tool storage and eliminating
Coastal Training, 1995
 
Housekeeping: It ain't like in the movies
Number: DVD052 Material: DVD 15 minutes Industry: All Industries
This humorous Video, an action adventure spoof, reviews the importance of preventing accidents through good housekeeping techniques including proper tool storage and eliminating spills. (English / Spanish)
Coastal Training Technologies, 2005, 1995

Indoor Air Quality

Breathing easy: What you should know about indoor air quality
Number: VT01364 Material: Video, 13 minutes Industry: General Industry
Discusses the factors affecting indoor air quality including ventilation systems, temperature and humidity, and sources of contaminants.
Public Building Services,1992

Industrial Safety
See also Job Safety Analysis
Safety made easy: Checklist to OSHA compliance by John R. Grubbs and Sean M. Nelson
Number: T55.D39 Material: book, 198 pages Industry: General Industry
Provides a guide to understanding and complying with OSHA Title 29 CFR 1910.
Government Institutes, 1999
 
Safety orientation: It begins with you
Number: VT01300 Material: Video, 14 minutes Industry: General Industry
Discusses inspecting for and recognizing potential hazards and following safe work practices including lockout/tagout, lifting, forklift operations, housekeeping, bloodborne pathogens, confined spaces, and PPE.
Summit Training Source, 1996
 
Safety orientation: It takes a winning attitude
Number: VT01462 Material: Video, 18 minutes Industry: General Industry
Presents an overview of workplace safety to protect workers from the most common industrial hazards including lockout/tagout, PPE, bloodborne pathogens, lifting and fire safety.
Coastal Training, 1996
 
So you're the safety director!: An introduction to loss control and safety management by Michael V. Manning
Number: T55.M3516 Material: book, 174 pages Industry: All Industries
Covers evaluating and managing a company safety program, investigating accidents, preparing for and handling OSHA inspections.
Coastal Training, 1996
 
Supervisor's safety manual
Number: T55.S8156 Material: book, 341 pages Industry: All Industries
Covers safety management and training, hazards and prevention, and accident investigation.
National Safety Council, 1991

Job Safety Analysis

Job hazard analysis: A guide to identifying risks in the workplace by George Swartz
Number: T55.S93 Material: book, 205 pages Industry: All Industries
Provides a step-by-step guide to identifying and preventing occupational hazards on the job.
Government Institutes, 2001
 
Job safety analysis
Number: VT01752 Material: Video, 10 minutes Industry: All Industries
Offers an overview of job safety analysis including how to identify the hazards which are associated with each job step and identifying the proper way of doing the job.
IL Onsite S&H Consultation Program, 2000
 
Job safety analysis for construction: Step-by-step
Number: VT01572 Material: Video, 14 minutes Industry: Construction
Discusses the elements of the job safety analysis process used for planning work, and identifying and controlling potential job site hazards.
Assoc General Contractors of America, 1993

Job Stress

Working with stress
Number: VT01739 Material: Video, 17 minutes Industry: All Industries
Covers how job stress poses a threat to both the well-being of workers and companies, the body's physical and psychological responses to stress, and the causes and prevention of job stress.
US National Institute for OSH, 2002
 
Working with stress
Number: DVD005 Material: DVD, 17 minutes Industry: All Industries
See previous description.
US National Institute for OSH, 2002
 
Working with stress (CC)
Number: DVD006 Material: DVD, 17 minutes Industry: All Industries
See previous description.
US National Institute for OSH, 2002

Laboratory Safety

HIV in the research laboratory
Number: VT01748 Material: Video, 28 minutes Industry: General Industry
Identifies causes of laboratory-acquired infections and safety practices to protect against HIV.
Howard Hughes Medical Institute, 1994
 
Lab safety: Assessing risks of toxic chemicals
Number: VT01747 Material: Video, 11 minutes Industry: General Industry
Covers risk assessment, determining a chemical's inherent toxicity, potential routes of exposure, acute versus chronic toxicity, duration and frequency of exposure.
Howard Hughes Medical Institute, 1994
 
Lab safety: Chemical hazards
Number: VT01744 Material: Video, 10 minutes Industry: General Industry
Demonstrates safe work practices and procedures that apply when working with hazardous chemicals.
Howard Hughes Medical Institute, 1994
 
Lab safety: Chemical storage hazards
Number: VT01746 Material: Video, 11 minutes Industry: General Industry
Reviews the basic principles of safe chemical storage for organic and inorganic chemicals, acids, bases, flammables, toxics, caustics, oxidizers, and corrosives.
Howard Hughes Medical Institute, 1994
 
Lab safety: Emergency response
Number: VT01745 Material: Video, 12 minutes Industry: General Industry
Addresses fire, personal injuries, and radiation, chemical and biological spills and demonstrates proper safety procedures.
Howard Hughes Medical Institute, 1994
 
Lab safety: Handling hazardous chemicals
Number: VT01689 Material: Video, 21 minutes Industry: General Industry
Discusses the requirements of the Laboratory Safety Standard, hazard identification, exposure monitoring and PELs, recordkeeping, and emergency procedures.
Coastal Training, 1990
 
Lab safety: Practicing safe science
Number: VT01743 Material: Video, 29 minutes Industry: General Industry
Demonstrates safe practices, features reenactments of actual laboratory accidents, and poses questions to help the viewer recognize risks associated with scientific protocols.
Howard Hughes Medical Institute, 1994
 
Lab safety: Under the hood
Number: VT01603 Material: Video, 18 minutes Industry: General Industry
Discusses safe work practices, how to recognize common laboratory chemical and health hazards, laboratory hoods, how to use a Chemical Hygiene Plan and emergency procedures.
Coastal Training, 1998

Ladders and Stairways

Construction stairways and ladders
Number: VT01436 Material: Video, 12 minutes Industry: Construction
Discusses ladder and stairway hazards and safety precautions including proper setup and use, slope ratio, inspection and maintenance, and construction.
Coastal Training, 1992
 
Ladder safety
Number: VT01508 Material: Video, 6 minutes Industry: All Industries
Covers selecting the proper ladder for the job, inspection, truck racks, and proper set-up and use.
Summit Training Source, 1990
 
Ladder safety: Construction
Number: VT01381 Material: Video, 5 minutes Industry: Construction
Explains safe use requirements for ladders including proper set-up, inspection, 4:1 ratio, and climbing techniques.
Training Network-LIP, 1994
 
Ladder safety: Construction
Number: VT01570 Material: Video, 6 minutes Industry: Construction
Covers the safe use of ladders including inspection, 4:1 pitch ratio, the 3-point rule, safe climbing techniques, and job-made ladders.
Assoc General Contractors of America, 1992
 
Ladder safety: Construction
Number: VT01672 Spanish Material: Video, 6 minutes Industry: Construction
See previous description.
Assoc General Contractors of America, 1992
 
Ladder safety: every step counts.
Number: DVD074 Material: DVD 17 minutes Industry: General Industry
Explains how to properly select, set up, use and maintain portable ladders. Contains a short segment on fixed ladders and mobile ladder stands. (English / Spanish)
Summit Training Source, Inc. 2005
 
Ladder safety: Fall prevention
Number: VT01545 Material: Video, 12 minutes Industry: All Industries
Explains the principles of ladder selection, inspection, set-up and use, and safe climbing techniques.
Primedia Workplace Safety, 1993
 
Ladder safety: Step right up
Number: VT01279 Material: Video, 19 minutes Industry: General Industry
This humorous video demonstrates safety tips and procedures when using portable ladders including carrying, inspection, erecting, securing, and climbing.
Coronet/MTI Film & Video, 1981
 
Stairway and ladder safety: Success at the top
Number: VT01425 Material: Video, 17 minutes Industry: Construction
Discusses ladder and stairway safety including point of access, inspection, ladder ratings, and requirements for jobmade ladders and stairways such as height limits, lumber strengths, siderails, tie-down, treads, risers, and stair-rail heights.
Assoc General Contractors of America, 1991
 
Stairways and ladders: Construction safety
Number: VT01389 Material: Video, 7 minutes Industry: Construction
Mostly discusses ladder safety including step and straight ladder set-up, how to choose the proper ladder for the job, pre-use inspection, and slope ratio, and stairway safety inspection.
CoreMedia Training, 1991
 
Stairways and ladders: The first step
Number: VT01596 Material: Video, 18 minutes Industry: All Industries
This Video, which mostly covers portable and fixed ladders, reviews hazards and safety procedures including proper selection for the job, inspection, maintenance, set-up, climbing techniques, and load capacity.
Coastal Training, 1991
 
Stairways and ladders: The first step
Number: DVD057 Material: video 18 minutes Industry: All Industries
This Video, which mostly covers portable and fixed ladders, reviews hazards and safety procedures including proper selection for the job, inspection, maintenance, set-up, climbing techniques, and load capacity. (English / Spanish)
Coastal Training Technologies, 1991, 2005

Lasers

Laser safety: Construction
Number: VT01673 Material: Video, 8 minutes Industry: Construction
Covers the use of lasers in construction, the four classes of lasers, the hazards of laser light, proper eye protection, and safe operating practices including the posting of warning signs.
Assoc General Contractors of America, 1997

Lead

Advertencia a los peligros de plomo (lead)
Number: VT01386 Spanish Material: Video, 13 minutes Industry: Construction
Discusses lead hazards including health effects and personal protective
Chicago Construction Safety Council, 1996
 
Lead abatement: Safe practices
Number: VT01261 Material: Video, 26 minutes Industry: Construction
Discusses lead hazards and ways of preventing exposure in the construction industry.
Laborers-AGC Education and Training Fund, 1995
 
Lead exposure in construction: Caution!
Number: VT01705 Material: Video, 11 minutes Industry: Construction
Discusses sources of lead exposure, lead poisoning symptoms, protective measures, and the hazards of lead in the construction industry.
Western Consortium for Public Health, 1993
 
Lead exposure in construction: Exposing the facts
Number: VT01705 Material: Video, 17 minutes Industry: Construction
Describes how lead is used in the construction industry, its effects on the human body, and how workers can protect themselves from overexposure.
Assoc General Contractors of America, 1992
 
Lead in construction: Medical surveillance
Number: VT01265 Material: Video, 15 minutes Industry: Construction
Discusses medical examinations and surveillance program that employers are required to provide workers exposed to lead in construction.
Laborers-AGC Education and Training Fund 1993
 
Lead safety in the demolition industry
Number: VT01260 Material: Video, 15 minutes Industry: Wrecking and
Discusses lead exposure, its health effects, and ways of preventing exposure
National Assoc of Demolition Contractors, 1994
 
Lead safety in the demolition industry
Number: VT01266 Spanish Material: Video, 15 minutes Industry: Wrecking and
See previous description.
National Assoc of Demolition Contractors, 1994
 
Lead safety on the construction site: Employee
Number: VT01236 Material: Video, 29 minutes Industry: Construction
Discusses lead hazards, health effects, sources of lead exposure, medical surveillance, engineering and work practice controls, and abatement procedures.
Chicago Construction Safety Council, 1993
 
Lead safety on the construction site: Employer
Number: VT01237 Material: Video, 26 minutes Industry: Construction
Covers compliance programs, lead hazards, health effects, exposure assessment, control measures, OSHA requirements, recordkeeping requirements, and safety program evaluation.
Chicago Construction Safety Council, 1993
 
Lead standard
Number: VT01661 Material: Video, 6 minutes Industry: All Industries
Discusses how lead enters the body, the health hazards associated with overexposure, safety procedures, and preventive measures.
Summit Training Source, 1996
 
Lead: Treat it with respect
Number: VT01463 Material: Video, 17 minutes Industry: Construction
Discusses the dangers of lead hazards in construction, how lead enters the body, exposure limits, PPE, housekeeping, and medical surveillance.
Coastal Training, 1993
 
Lead: Treat it with respect
Number: DVD060 Material: video 17 minutes Industry: Construction
This program documents the dangers to workers from lead poisoning and the safety guidelines to use when exposed to lead in the workplace. (English / Spanish)
Coastal Training Technologies, 2011
 
Working safely with lead: Construction
Number: VT00547 Material: Video, 20 minutes Industry: Construction
Discusses the potential health hazards involved with overexposure to lead, routes of entry into the body, safety precautions and medical surveillance.
Primedia Workplace Learning, 1994

Lockout/Tagout

Construction lockout/tagout
Number: VT01458 Material: Video, 10 minutes Industry: Construction
Discusses the prevention of unexpected start-ups of equipment during servicing and maintenance including how lockout/tagout systems operate and a six-step safety procedure.
Coastal Training, 1992
 
Construction lockout/tagout: Take control
Number: VT01427 Material: Video, 20 minutes Industry: Construction
Reviews the types of hazardous energy found on the jobsite, identifying potential hazards, proper lockout/tagout procedures, and equipment re-energizing procedures.
Assoc General Contractors of America, 1993
 
Lockout for life! Lockout/tagout case histories
Number: VT01444 Material: Video, 20 minutes Industry: General Industry
Shows dramatic re-enactments of actual accidents, reviews the hazards of uncontrolled energy, details correct procedures for locking and tagging, proper equipment shutdown and isolation, and proper safety procedures.
Coastal Training, 1992
 
Lockout/tagout: Lighting in a Bottle
Number: DVD010 Material: DVD 16 min Industry: All Industries
Fatal injuries occur in workplaces when hazardous energy is released and lockout/tagout procedures are not in place. This video reviews the OSHA lockout/tagout standard and provides the six steps to proper lockout/tagout. Includes customizable Power-Point presentation, printable leader's guide, program outline and training points.
Coastal Training 2006
 
Lockout tragedy: Danger zone
Number: VT01750 Material: Video, 15 minutes Industry: General Industry
This high-impact video retells the story of a worker who lost his life in an avoidable accident involving improper lockout procedures.
Coastal Training, 2001
 
Lockout/Tagout: Employee Awareness
Number: DVD021 Material: DVD 14 minutes Industry: General Industry
Discusses why lockout procedures are important, an overview of the procedures, and your role in preventing accidents
Summit Training Source, 2009
 
Lockout/tagout for machine shop employees
Number: VT01239 Material: Video, 18 minutes Industry: General Industry
Discusses lockout/tagout procedures for machine shop employees.
National Tooling and Machining Association, 1992
 
Lockout/tagout for machine shop managers
Number: VT01238 Material: Video, 19 minutes Industry: General Industry
Discusses lockout/tagout procedures for machine shop employees.
National Tooling and Machining Association, 1992
 
Lockout/tagout procedures
Number: VT01306 Material: Video, 6 minutes Industry: General Industry
Covers proper procedures for isolating various types of hazardous energy including electrical, mechanical, hydraulic and pneumatic, and the procedures to take when restarting
Summit Training Source, 1990
 
Lockout/tagout safety procedures
Number: VT01277 Material: Video, 17 minutes Industry: General Industry
Discusses energy control during the maintenance and servicing of equipment. NOTE: Washington State may have stricter standards than Federal
WA State Dept of Labor and Industries, 1992
 
Lockout/tagout: Controlling the beast
Number: VT01470 Material: Video, 19 minutes Industry: General Industry
Graphically demonstrates the hazards of uncontrolled energy, reviews and explains the purpose of proper lockout/tagout procedures and the dangers if those procedures are not
Coastal Training, 1994
 
Lockout/tagout: Real, real-life
Number: VT01608 Material: Video, 18 minutes Industry: General Industry
This interactive video covers the when, where and why of lockout including safe work practices, proper locking/tagging procedures, and spotting potential dangers.
Coastal Training, 2000
 
Lockout/tagout: Real, real-life
Number: VT01718 Spanish Material: Video, 18 minutes Industry: General Industry
See previous description.
Coastal Training, 2000
 
Lockout/tagout: safety training for employees
Number: VT01552 Material: Video, 15 minutes Industry: General Industry
Provides an overview of the standard and demonstrates proper safety procedures including how to apply and remove safety devices, the requirements for locks and tags, inspections, recordkeeping, and maintaining lockout/tagout during shift changes.
J.J. Keller & Associates, 1995
 
Lockout/tagout: The process of controlling hazardous energy by Edward R. Grund
Number: T55.G77 Material: book, 429 pages Industry: General Industry
Covers safeguards and practices to protect workers when servicing, repairing, adjusting, and inspecting machinery, equipment, and processes.
National Safety Council, 1995

Logging Operations

Conducting a safety meeting in the field
Number: VT01250 Material: Video, 14 minutes Industry: Logging
Discusses how to conduct a safety meeting at the work site.
University of Idaho, 1992
 
Ground skidding
Number: VT01257 Material: Video, 11 minutes Industry: Logging
This Video, developed for Pacific Northwest logging, covers the basic safety procedures of ground skidding.
University of Idaho, 1992
 
Landing safety
Number: VT01251 Material: Video, 18 minutes Industry: Logging
This logging video discusses safety measures to be taken at landing areas.
University of Idaho, 1992
 
Line skidding
Number: VT01252 Material: Video, 16 minutes Industry: Logging
Covers safety procedures for skidding with a gravity yarder.
University of Idaho, 1992
 
Loading and hauling
Number: VT01253 Material: Video, 17 minutes Industry: Logging
Discusses safety procedures for drivers and loader operators during the loading and hauling of logs.
University of Idaho, 1992
 
Logging body mechanics
Number: VT01292 Material: Video, 22 minutes Industry: Logging
Discusses the prevention of back injuries for loggers working with chain saws and logging equipment.
Lumberjack Resource Development Council, 1995
 
Logging safely in the Intermountain Northwest
Number: VT01254 Material: Video, 18 minutes Industry: Logging
Gives an overview of logging operations and safety practices.
University of Idaho, 1992
 
Mechanized logging
Number: VT01255 Material: Video, 12 minutes Industry: Logging
Covers the basics of safe mechanized logging.
University of Idaho, 1992
 
Physics of falling
Number: VT01256 Material: Video, 14 minutes Industry: Logging
This Video, developed for Pacific Northwest logging, discusses the basics of safe tree falling including saw cuts.
University of Idaho, 1992

Machine Guarding

Machine guard awareness
Number: DVD020 Material: DVD 14 minutes Industry: General Industry
Teaches employees to recognize the hazards of machines and their moving parts, to understanding the purpose and function of machine guards, and to follow safe work practices. (English / Spanish)
Summit Training Source, 2008
 
Machine guarding
Number: VT01307 Material: Video, 7 minutes Industry: General Industry
Discusses different types of guards, the importance of not bypassing guards, and the use of guards in lockout procedures.
Summit Training Source, 1990
 
Machine guarding
Number: VT01395 Material: Video, 16 minutes Industry: General Industry
Provides an overview of machine hazards including point of operation and pinch points, the necessity and techniques of machine guarding, safety precautions, and guarding devices including sensors, restraints, pullbacks and gates.
Primedia Workplace Learning, 1989
 
Machine guarding
Number: VT01445 Material: Video, 14 minutes Industry: General Industry
Describes machine hazards, the categories and types of machine guards, the importance of using guards, the places where machine hazards occur such as pinch points, and safety control devices including pullbacks and gates.
Coastal Training, 1992
 
Machine guarding
Number: VT01719 Spanish Material: Video, 14 minutes Industry: General Industry
See previous description.
Coastal Training, 1992
 
Machine guarding: A management & employee safety program
Number: VT01700 Material: Video, 18 minutes Industry: General Industry
Explains the roles of management and employees, discusses the elements of a sound machine guarding policy, and maintaining a safe work environment.
J.J. Keller & Associates, 1995
 
Machine guarding: safeguard your future
Number: DVD012 Material: DVD 14 min Industry: All Industries
Practically every machine has some sort of machine guarding - a shield, automatic shutoff or even a laser curtain - to protect workers if a body part should come in contact wit the machine. In fact, OSHA requires specific machines to have specific guards. Make sure your employees understand the importance of knowing about and using the machine guards meant to protect them.
  • Safety guards
  • Safety devices
  • Lockout/tagout
  • PPE
Coastal Training Technologies, 2008
 
Machinery and machine guarding
Number: VT01755 Material: Video, 15 minutes Industry: General Industry
Covers ways to safeguard machinery and shows a variety of machine safeguarding techniques.
IL Onsite S&H Consultation 2Program, 2003

Material Safety Data Sheets
See also Hazardous Substances
HazCom: Understanding MSDS
Number: VT01246 Material: Video, 19 minutes Industry: Construction
Discusses the eight sections required on material safety data sheets including health hazards and exposure prevention.
Laborers' National H&S Fund, 1993
 
HazCom: Using MSDS
Number: VT01538 Material: Video, 12 minutes Industry: General Industry
This humorous video provides a basic overview of a typical material safety data sheet, how to read and use them, and the reasons to consult a MSDS when working with hazardous chemicals.
Industrial Training Systems, 1996
 
MSDS
Number: VT00383 Material: Video, 5 minutes Industry: General Industry
Explains how to read and use a material safety data sheet.
Summit Training Source, 1990
 
MSDS: Communicating chemical safety
Number: VT01546 Material: Video, 15 minutes Industry: All Industries
Provides a basic overview of a typical material safety data sheet including the types of information they contain, and why they should be consulted when working with chemicals.
Industrial Training Systems, 1994
 
MSDS: Read it before you need it!
Number: VT01464 Material: Video, 20 minutes Industry: General Industry
This video will help employees use and understand the various sections of material safety data sheets including exposure situations, hazard prevention and personal protection, toxicology, and disposal.
Coastal Training, 1993
 
MSDS: Read it before you need it!
Number: DVD054 Material: video 20 minutes Industry: General Industry
This DVD will help employees use and understand the various sections of material safety data sheets including exposure situations, hazard prevention and personal protection, toxicology, and disposal. (English / Spanish)
Coastal Training Technologies, 1993, 2004

Materials Handling
See also Back Safety; and Warehouses
From here to there: Moving things by hand
Number: VT01523 Material: Video, 13 minutes Industry: All Industries
Presents the fundamentals of manual materials handling including sizing up the item to be moved, proper lifting techniques, and the use of handcarts and trucks.
Safe Expectations, 1978
 
Material handling equipment safety
Number: VT01618 Material: Video, 9 minutes Industry: General Industry
Covers safe operating procedures for 2-wheel dollies, cages, manual pallet jacks, gas and electric forklifts, stock chasers, stock pickers and electric jacks.
Aims Multimedia, 1991
 
Materials handling and storage
Number: VT01474 Material: Video, 22 minutes Industry: General Industry
Discusses safety procedures when using common material handling equipment including forklifts, cranes, hoists, and conveyors.
Kirkwood Community College, 1995
 
Materials handling and storage: Hazardous and flammable materials
Number: VT01606 Material: Video, 9 minutes Industry: All Industries
This humorous video covers safety principles for the handling and storage large quantity hazardous and flammable materials including manual and equipment handling, stacking, proper storage techniques, and storage areas.
Industrial Training Systems, 1995
 
Materials handling safety: Making the right move
Number: VT01417 Material: Video, 14 minutes Industry: Construction
Discusses hazards and safety procedures when handling and storing construction materials including proper lifting techniques, storage areas, and safe stacking methods for materials.
Assoc General Contractors of America, 1992

Offices

Mailroom safety
Number: VT01734 Material: Video, 6 minutes Industry: All Industries
Covers how to recognize suspicious packages, helps dispel myths about the hazards presented by suspicious packages, and proper procedures for handling suspect mail.
Summit Training Source, 2002
 
Office safety
Number: VT01735 Material: Video, 5 minutes Industry: All Industries
Covers how to recognize potential hazards and take preventive measures to help eliminate incidents including slips and falls and back injuries.
Summit Training Source, 1990
 
Oops! Your office is showing
Number: VT01278 Material: Video, 15 minutes Industry: All Industries
Discusses how to identify the causes of office accidents and ways to prevent them including workstation design, and proper lifting techniques.
WA State Depart of Labor& Industries, 1992
 
Working smart: General office safety
Number: VT01452 Material: Video, 20 minutes Industry: General Industry
Discusses identifying office hazards and ways to prevent accidents including slips and falls, hazardous substances, flammable chemicals, and ergonomics.
Coastal Training, 1992

OSHA

All about OSHA
Number: VT01679 Spanish Material: Video, 8 minutes Industry: All Industries
Provides an introduction to OSHA for the Spanish-speaking workforce including Latino accident statistics, OSHA inspections, reporting job hazards, and employer responsibilities. NOTE: Mention is made of some Georgia
OSHA Atlanta West Area Office, 2000
 
OSHA 10-hour construction PowerPoint
Number: CD01 Material: CD10 Industry: Construction
Emphasizes hazard identification, avoidance and control in the following subjects: OSHA, electrical, fall protection, excavations, cranes, materials handling and storage, hand and power tools, ppe, scaffolds, and stairways
OSHA Office of Training and Education, 2003
 
OSHA 10-hour general industry PowerPoint
Number: CD02 Material: CD10 Industry: General Industry
Hazard identification, avoidance and control in the following subjects: OSHA, bloodborne pathogens, electrical, fire protection, flammable liquids, ppe, hazard communication, machine guarding, walking-working surfaces, and safety and health programs.
OSHA Office of Training and Education, 2003
 
OSHA at work
Number: VT01184 Material: Video, 22 minutes Industry: All Industries
Describes OSHA and its functions. NOTE:First two minutes of video contains extraneous material.
OSHA Office of Information & Consumer Affairs, 1991
 
OSHA in review
Number: VT01233 Material: Video, 10 minutes Industry: All Industries
Reviews the history of OSHA through film footage of former Assistant Secretaries.
OSHA, 1989
 
OSHA inspection: Overcoming the fear
Number: VT01691 Material: Video, 24 minutes Industry: All Industries
Discusses how to prepare for an OSHA inspection and what to expect including the opening conference, what is included in the inspection tour, the closing conference, types of violations and their penalties, and how to appeal a citation.
Coastal Training, 1994
 
OSHA inspection: Preparation and response by Rick Kaletsky
Number: T55.K26 Material: book, 438 pages Industry: All Industries
Covers how OSHA works, what employers need to do in order to have an effective safety and health program, and how to prepare for and respond to an OSHA work site inspection.
McGraw-Hill, 1997
 
OSHA on-site consultation program
Number: VT01756 Material: Video, 10 minutes Industry: All Industries
Provides an overview of the services provided by state OSHA Consultation Programs by presenting a jointly developed Industry/OSHA silica hazard control program.
IL Onsite S&H Consultation Program, 2002
 
OSHA recordables
Number: VT01736 Material: Video, 6 minutes Industry: All Industries
Covers the recording of workplace illnesses and accidents on the OSHA 300, 300-A, and 301 forms including what records must be kept and how to determine what goes on the record.
Summit Training Source, 2002
 
OSHA recordkeeping
Number: DVD030 Material: DVD 18 minutes Industry: All Industries
Describes what workplace incidents to report, how to report them according to OSHA standards, and how to keep the necessary records at the work site.
Summit Training Source, 2002
 
OSHA recordkeeping: On the record
Number: VT01681 Material: Video, 18 minutes Industry: All Industries
Discusses the revised OSHA recordkeeping system including how to distinguish between a recordable and non-recordable incident and the new OSHA 300, 300-A, and 301 forms.
Summit Training Source, 2001
 
OSHA recordkeeping: True to form
Number: VT01680 Material: Video, 13 minutes Industry: All Industries
Covers the revised OSHA recordkeeping system including an overview of changes, when to begin and end counting, employee privacy issues, procedures, and the new OSHA forms 300, 300-A and 301.
Coastal Training, 2001
 
OSHA recordkeeping : true to form
Number: DVD040 Material: DVD 35 minutes Industry: General Industry
This video talks how to be true to form with OSHA's record keeping procedures. It instructs how to record accidents and illness at the work place, how to make your workers aware of injuries and illnesses at the workplace and how to fill out OSHAs forms (300, 300A, 301). Includes printable leader's guide and customizable Power-Point presentation.
Coastal Training Technologies, 2004
 
OSHA top ten
Number: VT01771 Material: Video, 25 minutes Industry: General Industry
Points out the most common OSHA violations for general industry including machine guarding, lockout/tagout, hazard communication, warning signs and labels, and employee training.
Coastal Training, 2002
 
Protecting workers: How OSHA conducts inspections
Number: VT01258 Material: Video, 18 minutes Industry: All Industries
Describes the OSHA inspection process and OSHA services available to employers.
OSHA Office of Information & Consumer Affairs, 1994
 
Protecting workers: How OSHA writes standards
Number: VT01183 Material: Video, 13 minutes Industry: All Industries
Describes how OSHA standards are developed using the excavation standard as an example.
OSHA Office of Information & Consumer Affairs, 1992

Painting
See also Construction Trades
Spray painting: Dual protection
Number: VT01269 Material: Video, 14 minutes Industry: General Industry
Discusses the spray-painting process, its health hazards, and basic control strategies for dealing with these hazards.
US National Institute for OSH, 1984

Personal Protective Equipment
See also Eye Protection;, Foot Protection; Hand Protection; Head Protection; Hearing Protection; and Respiratory Protection
Personal protective equipment
Number: VT01287 Material: Video, 9 minutes Industry: All Industries
Discusses types of hazards found in the workplace and appropriate personal protective equipment.
Training Network-LIP, 1992
 
Personal protective equipment
Number: VT00386 Material: Video, 5 minutes Industry: All Industries
Demonstrates the proper use of personal protective equipment including hard hats, respirators, eye protection,
Summit Training Source, 1990
 
Personal protective equipment
Number: VT01286 Material: Video, 6 minutes Industry: All Industries
Covers the selection and use of hard hats, gloves, safety glasses, and earmuffs.
Training Network-LIP, 1992
 
Personal protective equipment for construction: Best strategy
Number: VT01407 Material: Video, 12 minutes Industry: Construction
Discusses the safety reasons for using PPE, sizing up the job, choosing the proper PPE, and the use of hard hats, earplugs and muffs, face shields, safety shoes, gloves, safety glasses and goggles, respirators, and fall protection.
Assoc General Contractors of America, 1995
 
Personal protective equipment for construction: Best strategy
Number: VT01646 Spanish Material: video 12, minutes Industry: Construction
See previous description.
Assoc General Contractors of America, 1995
 
Personal protective equipment for head, eye/face, hand, foot
Number: VT01398 Material: Video, 19 minutes Industry: All Industries
Discusses matching personal protective equipment with the hazards associated with the job, proper selection, fit, inspection, and maintenance of hard hats, safety glasses, gloves, and work
Primedia Workplace Learning, 1992
 
Personal protective equipment training
Number: VT01553 Material: Video, 22 minutes Industry: General Industry
Covers eye and face, head, foot, hand, hearing, and respiratory personal protective equipment, how to use it, fit testing, maintenance and inspection.
J.J. Keller & Associates, 1994
 
Personal protective equipment: Danger zone
Number: VT01652 Material: Video, 12 minutes Industry: General Industry
Stresses the importance of assessing hazards prior to PPE selection and includes demonstrations of the proper use and care of hard hats, safety glasses, goggles, respirators, gloves, and shoes.
Summit Training Source, 1992
 
Personal protective equipment: Real, real-life
Number: VT01493 Material: Video, 14 minutes Industry: All Industries
This humorous video discusses the use of various types of personal protective equipment and shows re-enactments of real-life situations and asks viewers to think how they would respond.
Coastal Training, 1997
 
Personal protective equipment: the right choice!
Number: DVD038 Material: DVD 20 minutes Industry: General Industry
Introduces the various types of PPE available and emphasizes why it should be worn. Features a graphic testimonial from a worker who neglected to wear the proper PPE. Includes resource material.
Coastal Training Technologies, 2007
 
Personal protective equipment: What's the difference?
Number: VT01723 Material: Video, 10 minutes Industry: Roofing and Siding
Covers the types of personal protective equipment needed to prevent injuries including hard hats, gloves, goggles, boots and the conditions in which it is needed.
National Roofing Contractors Assoc., 1990
 
Personal protective equipment: win the race to safety
Number: DVD041 Material: DVD 20 minutes
Discusses how to wear and adjust PPE, its limitations, and care, maintenance, and disposal of equipment. Discusses special protection issues relating to: eye and face, hearing, head, hand and foot, and full protective clothing.
Coastal Training Technologies, 2007
 
Personal protective equipment: You're covered
Number: VT01447 Material: Video, 18 minutes Industry: General Industry
Covers workplace hazards and the selection, care and use of head, eye/face, foot, hand, and hearing personal protective equipment including safety glasses, types and classes of hard hats, gloves, footwear, and ear muffs
Coastal Training 1994
 

Power Presses

Mechanical power press safety: Don't press your luck
Number: VT01446 Material: Video, 19 minutes Industry: General Industry
Discusses proper safety procedures, types of presses, safeguarding devices, press operation, inspection and maintenance.
Coastal Training, 1996
 

Process Safety

Contractor's guide to process safety management: a part of the process
Number: VT01585 Material: Video, 14 minutes Industry: Construction
Covers work safety in industrial process facilities including hazard control, worker training, and OSHA's Process Safety Management Standard.
Assoc General Contractors of America, 1994
 
Hazard recognition and control
Number: DVD059 Material: DVD 18 minutes Industry: All Industries
Designed to teach workers the key to job safety: recognizing and controlling hazards. This program uses hazard scenarios to demonstrate direct, indirect and root causes of accidents. Also outlines supervisor and team leader responsibilities.
 
It can happen here: Chemical disasters
Number: VT01171 Material: Video, 5 minutes Industry: Chemical
Describes the causes of toxic releases and explosions at chemical plants.
Intl Chemical Workers Union, 1989
 
Line breaking: Use a permit
Number: VT01443 Material: Video, 16 minutes Industry: Chemical
Discusses the dangers involved in not following process system safety procedures including line and equipment opening (LEO), LEO permits, lockout/tagout, line-breaking procedures and post procedures, and emergency response.
Coastal Training, 1992
 
Never again: Preventing chemical disasters
Number: VT01172 Material: Video, 49 minutes Industry: Chemical
Covers safety committees, risk analysis, and accidents.
United Steelworkers of America, 1989
 
Not by chance: Chemical disasters
Number: VT01175 Material: Video, 21 minutes Industry: Chemical
Discusses the risks of accidental chemical releases to workers and the general public.
AFL-CIO Industrial Union Department, 1990
 
Permit-required activities
Number: VT01690 Material: Video, 12 minutes Industry: Construction
Discusses high-risk contractor work that requires a special work permit including identifying potential hazards, safe work practices for hot work, confined space entry, excavations, asbestos, and lockout/tagout.
Summit Training Source, 1995
 
Process incident investigation
Number: VT01657 Material: Video, 18 minutes Industry: General Industry
Covers the methods and techniques of gathering evidence, interviewing witnesses, analyzing details, and documenting information.
Summit Training Source, 1993
 
Process safety for the hard hat crew
Number: VT01621 Material: Video, 12 minutes Industry: Construction
For contract employees working at chemical or petroleum facilities including how the Process Safety Standard applies to them, contract employee responsibilities, safe work practices, lines of communication, and handling emergencies and accidents.
Coastal Training, 1995
 
Process safety: Employee awareness
Number: VT01465 Material: Video, 15 minutes Industry: General Industry
Explains basic elements of the Process Safety Standard, the importance of following proper procedures, employee participation in process safety programs, incident investigation and follow-up.
Coastal Training, 1994
 
PSM & RMP awareness
Number: DVD064 Material: DVD 14 minutes Industry: General Industry
Gives an overview of the requirements of OSHA's process safety management standard and EPA's Risk Management Program regulation. (English / Spanish)
Summit Training Source, Inc. 2007
 

Residential Construction

Residential construction: Framing safety
Number: VT01764 Material: Video, 13 minutes Industry: Construction
Designed for general contractors, carpenters, and framers. Covers safe work practices including guardrails, raising walls, rolling trusses, and roof sheeting.
WA State Dept of Labor & Industries, 2000
 
Residential construction: Framing safety
Number: VT01768 Spanish Material: Video, 13 minutes Industry: Construction
See previous description.
WA State Dept of Labor & Industries, 2000
 
Residential construction: Roofing safety
Number: VT01765 Material: Video, 13 minutes Industry: Construction
Covers job preparation, walk-around safety inspections, ladder safety, fall protection, roofing hazards, and housekeeping.
WA State Dept of Labor & Industries, 1999
 
Residential construction: Roofing safety
Number: VT01769 Spanish Material: Video, 13 minutes Industry: Construction
See previous description.
WA State Dept of Labor & Industries, 1999
 
Residential construction: Siding safety
Number: VT01766 Material: Video, 13 minutes Industry: Construction
Covers safety work practices including job preparation, walk-around safety inspections, PPE, ladder safety, scaffold safety, and first aid.
WA State Dept of Labor & Industries, 1999
 
Residential construction: Siding safety
Number: VT01770 Spanish Material: Video, 13 minutes Industry: Construction
See previous description.
WA State Dept of Labor & Industries, 1999
 
Residential fall protection: Nailing it down
Number: VT01754 Material: Video, 13 minutes Industry: Construction
Covers fall hazards in the residential construction industry and hazard controls such as guardrails, controlled access zones, side rails, and PPE.
IL Onsite S&H Consultation Program, 2002
 
Residential fall protection: New options
Number: VT01291 Material: Video, 13 minutes Industry: Construction
Discusses interim fall protection measures during the rulemaking period.
OSHA Directorate of Technical Support, 1996
 

Respiratory Protection

Air purifying respirators
Number: VT00357 Material: Video, 7 minutes Industry: General Industry
Demonstrates the care and storage of air purifying respirators, the situations where they are worn, and proper fit testing.
Summit Training Source, 1990
 
Airborne hazards
Number: VT00358 Material: Video, 6 minutes Industry: General Industry
Describes airborne contaminants, their effect on the respiratory system, and the importance of selecting the right respirator for the job.
Summit Training Source, 1990
 
Construction respiratory protection: Breathing easier
Number: VT01408 Material: Video, 18 minutes Industry: Construction
Provides basic information about jobsite respiratory hazards, types of respirators, selection, fit testing procedures, use, inspection and maintenance.
Assoc General Contractors of America, 1993
 
Respirators and how to use them
Number: VT01319 Material: Video, 12 minutes Industry: All Industries
Covers typical workplace respiratory hazards, facts regarding respirator use, and various types of respiratory equipment.
Digital 2000, 1995
 
Respirators and how to use them
Number: VT01732 Spanish Material: Video, 12 minutes Industry: All Industries
See previous description.
Digital 2000, 1995
 
Respirators: SCBA care and maintenance
Number: VT01560 Material: Video, 15 minutes Industry: All Industries
Covers the care and use of the most common types of respirators including donning, fit testing, disassembly and reassembly, inspecting, and storing.
Coastal Training, 1991
 
Respiratory protection
Number: VT01377 Material: Video, 5 minutes Industry: General Industry
Covers common respiratory health hazards, and the inspection, use, and storage of respiratory equipment.
Digital 2000, 1993
 
Respiratory protection: Another world
Number: VT01466 Material: Video, 19 minutes Industry: General Industry
Discusses respiratory protection including when it is needed, airborne hazardous substances, hazardous atmospheres, types of respirators, fit testing, maintenance, and written programs.
Coastal Training Technologies, 1995
 
Respiratory protection for healthcare workers
Number: DVD047 Material: DVD 33 minutes Industry: Healthcare
This video provides a brief overview and general information regarding respirator use in a healthcare facility. It does not cover all of the requirements specified by OSHA's Respiratory Protection Standard at 29 CFR 1910.134. It gives a basic understanding of why a respirator may be used in a healthcare setting and how to properly use one. The video addresses the comprehensive plan that is needed if respirators are used in a healthcare facility. Finally, the myths surrounding respirators are addressed.
OSHA, 2011
 

Rigging
See also Cranes, Hoists and Conveyors
Crane rigging safety: Controlling the load
Number: VT01409 Material: Video, 17 minutes Industry: Construction
Discusses the basics of crane rigging safety including pre-use inspection of hooks and slings, planning the lift including determining the weight, stability of the load, and the center of gravity of the load, and choice of sling.
Assoc General Contractors of America, 1992
 
Manejo Seguro de las Losas de Piedra II
Number: DVD045 Material: DVD 60 Minutes Industry: Construction
This video demonstrates the best practices for safe stone slab handling. It includes practices recommended by the Occupational Safety & Health Administration (OSHA), and the hazards of not following proper procedures. This DVD is divided into eight sections that review accidents, slab handling, overhead cranes, forklifts, slings
and clamps, material handling with containers and flatbeds, and employee and consumer training.
(Spanish)
Marble Institute of America, 2010
 
Rigging equipment: Inspecting for safety
Number: VT01479 Material: Video, 15 minutes Industry: General Industry
Covers the importance of both regular and periodic inspections of rigging equipment and what signs of damage to look for on synthetic web slings, metal mesh slings, chain slings, wire rope, and rigging hardware.
Primedia Workplace Learning, 1990
 
Rigging equipment: Selection and care
Number: VT01480 Material: Video, 16 minutes Industry: General Industry
Introduces the characteristics, care and handling of slings (synthetic web, metal mesh, chain and wire rope) and hardware (hoist locks, shackles, eye bolts, and turn buckles) commonly used for overhead lifting in industry.
Primedia Workplace Learning, 1990
 
Rigging equipment basics
Number: DVD: 055 Material: DVD 20 Minutes Industry: All Industries
Introduces users of rigging equipment to the basics of rigging, and the safety needed to operate rigging equipment properly. (English / Spanish)
Coastal Training Technologies, 2004
 
Rigging safety
Number: VT01670 Material: Video, 13 minutes Industry: All Industries
Covers types of rigging, sling selection and inspection, pre-lift preparation, load control and dynamics, work site hazards, and safe work practices.
Summit Training Source, 1998
 
Rigging: specialized in safety
Number: DVD032 Material: DVD 16 minutes Industry: General Industry
Provides an introduction to rigging safety for cranes, derricks and hoists. Covers slings, planning the lift, and best work practices.
Summit Training Source, 2009
 
Safe rigging
Number: VT01481 Material: Video, 20 minutes Industry: General Industry
Explains the procedures involved in rigging for a safe lift, the importance of lift capacity rating, types of hitches, how to calculate the load weight for simple and complex shapes, and center of
Primedia Workplace Learning, 1990
 
Safe stone slab handling II: focused on facilities with overhead cranes
Number: DVD044 Material: DVD 60 minutes
This video demonstrates the best practices for safe stone slab handling. It includes practices recommended by the Occupational Safety & Health Administration (OSHA), and the hazards of not following proper procedures. This DVD is divided into eight sections that review accidents, slab handling, overhead cranes, forklifts, slings and clamps, material handling with containers and flatbeds, and employee and consumer training.
 
Wire rope: Above the hook
Number: VT01742 Material: Video, 18 minutes Industry: Construction
Provides anoverview of wire rope safety for crane operators including installation, inspection, maintenance, deficiencies, wedge sockets and block spinning.
Assoc General Contractors of America, 2001
 

Rim Wheels

Split rim tire safety
Number: VT01477 Material: Video, 6 minutes Industry: General Industry
Outlines how to remove and replace tires from rims and split rings, air pressure, and using a safety inflation cage
Training Network-LIP, 1990
 

Road Construction

Avoid hot mix hazards
Number: VT01566 Material: Video, 12 minutes Industry: Construction
Covers basic hot mix road construction safety including hot mix plants, hot mix transfer, dump trucks, heavy equipment, traffic control, and personal protective equipment.
Assoc General Contractors of America, 1993
 
Highway work zone safety: Work zone ahead
Number: VT01693 Material: Video, 12 minutes Industry: Construction
Provides basic safety training to road construction workers.
Assoc General Contractors of America, 1996
 
Work zone safety training
Number: VT01701 Material: Video, 18 minutes Industry: Construction
Covers the dangers of roadwork for construction and utility workers including traffic control, warning signs, flaggers, PPE, channeling devices, equipment inspection and maintenance.
J.J. Keller & Associates, 2001
 

Roofing Work
See also Residential Construction
Fire safety: Don't get burned
Number: VT01721 Material: Video, 10 minutes Industry: Roofing and Siding
Covers fire hazards and burn prevention by illustrating the correct use of kettles, tankers, LP gas tanks and torches, as well as proper emergency first-aid techniques.
National Roofing Contractors Assoc, 1990
 
Roofing contractor safety
Number: VT01632 Material: Video, 10 minutes Industry: Construction
Covers roofing safety awareness and safe work practices including falls, hot work, ladders, fires, material storage, cranes, weather conditions, personal protective equipment, housekeeping, and equipment use.
IL Onsite S&H Consultation Program, 2000
 
Safety awareness: It's up to you!
Number: VT01724 Material: Video, 13 minutes Industry: Roofing and Siding
Provides a summary of safety procedures including fall prevention, burns, proper lifting techniques and personal protective equipment.
National Roofing Contractors Assoc, 1993
 
Setting up a jobsite safely
Number: VT01725 Material: Video, 9 minutes Industry: Roofing and Siding
Explains the importance of planning and implementing safety procedures on the jobsite including setting up warning lines, ladder safety, and material safety data sheets.
National Roofing Contractors Assoc, 1994
 

Rubber Industry-Mills and Calendars

Mill safety and rescue in the rubber industry
Number: VT01544 Material: Video, 18 minutes Industry: Rubber Industry
Re-creates mill accidents, demonstrates rescue methods, and discusses mill hazards, machine guards, and safe operating procedures.
Rubber Manufacturers Association, 1997
 

Sawmills

X factor: Accidents in woods and millyards
Number: VT01527 Material: Video, 22 minutes Industry: Logging
This award winning video uses accident reenactments to explore the reasons behind accidents in the logging industry and in millyards.
Allied Digital Technologies, 1980
 

Scaffolding
See also Aerial Lifts; and Walking and Working Surfaces
Basic look at scaffolds for compliance officers
Number: VT01259 Material: Video, 21 minutes Industry: Construction
Discusses OSHA requirements for scaffolding and scaffold construction.
OSHA Office of Construction & Engineering 1994
 
Construction scaffold safety
Number: VT01529 Material: Video, 10 minutes Industry: Construction
Explains construction, inspection, and safety procedures including fall arrest systems for stationary, mobile, and suspension scaffolds.
Coastal Training, 1995
 
Construction stationary scaffolds
Number: VT01437 Material: Video, 11 minutes Industry: Construction
Covers safety practices for working on and around stationary scaffolds including hazards, construction, inspection, fall prevention, and use.
Coastal Training, 1997
 
Introduction to scaffolding safety
Number: VT01597 Material: Video, 22 minutes Industry: Construction
Discusses scaffold erection, hazards, and safe work practices.
National Ironworkers Training Fund, 1999
 
Mobile scaffold safety: Rolling towers
Number: VT01587 Material: Video, 12 minutes Industry: Construction
Describes mobile scaffold safety including erection and dismantling, 4:1 ratio, inspection, use, fall protection, and load capacity.
Assoc General Contractors of America, 1997
 
Scaffold hazard recognition
Number: VT01220 Material: Video, 24 minutes Industry: Construction
Shows jobsite situations and points out good and bad design and construction practices including base plates, frames, bracing, and planking.
CO Building & Construction Trades Council, 1982
 
Scaffold safety: Construction
Number: VT01320 Material: Video, 10 minutes Industry: Construction
Covers basic safety hazards and procedures when working on stationary, mobile and suspended scaffolds including erecting, inspection, guardrails, power lines, and load capacities.
Digital 2000, 1992
 
Scaffold safety: Construction
Number: VT01501 Spanish Material: Video, 10 minutes Industry: Construction
See previous description.
Digital 2000, 1992
 
Scaffolds: safety at all levels
Number: DVD036 Material: DVD 19 minutes Industry: General Industry
Scaffold-related incidents result in approximately 4,500 injuries and 50 deaths every year, which is why OSHA revised its scaffold standard. This program covers requirements of 1926.450-454. (English / Spanish)
Summit Training Source, 2004
 
Scaffolding safety: erecting & dismantling
Number: DVD035 Material: DVD 19 minutes Industry: General Industry
Provides a general introduction to the safety requirements for constructing and working on scaffolds specified in 29 CFR 1926.451. Covers erecting and dismantling, pre-planning inspection of scaffold components, load capacity, platform construction, access, fall protection, falling object protection, dismantling, and more.
Summit Training Source, 2004
 
Scaffold safety: Putting it all together
Number: VT01422 Material: Video, 15 minutes Industry: Construction
Provides step-by-step erecting procedures including worksite evaluation and preparation, selecting and inspection of scaffolding, siles, cross bracing, planking, access points, fall protection systems, and tie-ins to existing structures.
Assoc General Contractors of America, 1996
 
Scaffolding safety training: Construction
Number: VT01554 Material: Video, 17 minutes Industry: Construction
Provides an overview of the standard and demonstrates scaffolding techniques, reviews rules on selection and construction, use of guardrails and ladders, and preventing accidents due to falling objects, falls, overloading, and structural instability.
J.J. Keller & Associates, 1997
 
Scaffolding safety: Erecting and dismantling
Number: VT01403 Material: Video, 19 minutes Industry: Construction
Covers potential hazards, site evaluation and preparation, selecting and inspection of scaffolding, proper erecting and dismantling procedures, and safe work practices during erection
Summit Training Source, 1997
 
Scaffolding safety: Safe work practices
Number: VT01404 Material: Video, 12 minutes Industry: Construction
Demonstrates the potential hazards associated with scaffolds including falls, falling objects, power lines, load capacity, inspection, and safe work practices such as fall arrest systems and good housekeeping.
Summit Training Source, 1997
 
Scaffolds: Safety at all levels
Number: VT01448 Material: Video, 18 minutes Industry: Construction
Covers the requirements of 1926.450-454 including hazards, safe work practices, fall arrest systems, the role of the competent person, preassembly inspection, assembly, pre-shift inspection, and maintenance.
Coastal Training, 1997
 
Scaffolds: Safety at all levels
Number: VT01612 Spanish Material: Video, 18 minutes Industry: Construction
See previous description.
Coastal Training, 1998
 
Suspension scaffolds in construction
Number: VT01467 Material: Video, 10 minutes Industry: Construction
Covers safety procedures including recognizing hazards, access, hoisting, inspection, electrical hazards, and safe work practices.
Coastal Training, 1997
 
Swing stage scaffolds
Number: VT01589 Material: Video, 13 minutes Industry: Construction
Covers 2-point adjustable scaffold safety including correct rigging, operation, inspection, and personal fall arrest systems.
Coastal Training, 1997
 

Signs, Signals and Barricades

Construction signs and barricades
Number: VT01495 Material: Video, 10 minutes Industry: Construction
Gives an overview of signs, signals and barricades used on construction sites including road construction.
Digital 2000, 1995
 
Construction warning labels and signs
Number: VT01469 Material: Video, 16 minutes Industry: Construction
Discusses various labeling systems, the reason for warning labels and signs around the jobsite including chemical hazards and safety precautions.
Coastal Training, 1996
 
Construction warning signs
Number: VT01605 Material: Video, 4 minutes Industry: Construction
Deals with reasons to take warning signs, found on and around construction sites, seriously because they warn of potential safety hazards.
Assoc General Contractors of America, 1992
 

Silica

Dust control: It's everybody's business
Number: VT01382 Material: Video, 20 minutes Industry: All Industries
Discusses how to reduce worker exposure to silica dust including dust collection equipment.
US Mine Safety and Health Administration, 1996
 
Managing silica hazards: Construction
Number: VT01483 Material: Video, 14 minutes Industry: Construction
Discusses silica, its hazards, hazard assessment at the jobsite, engineering and work practice controls, personal protective equipment, and the employer's responsibilities.
Chicago Construction Safety Council, 1997
 
Silica exposure: It can leave you breathless
Number: VT01695 Material: Video, 13 minutes Industry: Construction
Covers the use of silica in the construction industry, its effects on the body, and how workers can protect themselves from the hazards.
Assoc General Contractors of America, 1999
 
Silica hazard awareness: Construction
Number: VT01482 Material: Video, 16 minutes Industry: Construction
Discusses silica, its hazards and health effects on the respiratory system, sources of silica exposure, and exposure protection.
Chicago Construction Safety Council, 1997
 
Silica safety awareness
Number: DVD062 Material: DVD 14 minutes Industry: All industries
Explains the risks of exposure to crystalline silica dust, what employers can do to ensure a healthy work environment, and best practices for those who work around silica. (English / Spanish)
Summit Training Source, Inc. 2008
 
Stop silicosis
Number: VT01383 Material: Video, 13 minutes Industry: All Industries
This black-and-white 1938 documentary discusses the causes of silicosis and its effects on the respiratory system.
USDOL, 1938
 

Solvents

Chemical handling: Solvents
Number: VT01619 Material: Video, 12 minutes Industry: All Industries
Provides general information on solvents including the effect of solvents on the body, exposure symptoms, handling and storage, safety rules, labeling, fire hazards, and emergency response.
Coastal Training, 1992
 

Tools
See also Electrical Safety; Hand Protection
Chainsaw leg protection
Number: VT01758 Material: Video, 4 minutes Industry: General Industry
This brief but graphic video demonstrates the devastating effects of the chainsaw on various materials including jeans, old chaps, and state of the art chaps.
WA State Dept of Labor & Industries, 2002
 
Cut-off saw safety
Number: VT01671 Material: Video, 9 minutes Industry: Construction
Reviews hazards, proper PPE, and safe operating practices including pre-use inspection, blade installation, refueling, startup, and guard positioning.
Assoc General Contractors of America, 1994
 
Hand and power tool safety
Number: DVD061 Material: DVD 20 minutes Industry: All Industries
Describes methods for preventing common accidents involving hand and power tools. (English / Spanish)
Summit Training Source, 2005
 
Hand and power tool safety
Number: VT01283 Material: Video, 7 minutes Industry: All Industries
Discusses the common hand and power tools involved in accidents including wrenches, drills and handsaws.
Training Network-LIP, 1992
 
Hand and power tool safety
Number: VT01284 Material: Video, 16 minutes Industry: All Industries
This humorous video reviews the basics of using tools including proper use, choosing the right tool for the job, inspection, and tool related accidents.
Training Network-LIP, 1991
 
Hand and power tool safety
Number: VT01384 Material: Video, 12 minutes Industry: All Industries
Covers general safety rules and proper techniques when using cutting, striking, and power tools including using the right tool for the job, storage and inspection, avoiding kickbacks, and PPE.
Training Network-LIP, 1994
 
Hand and power tool safety
Number: VT01598 Material: Video, 13 minutes Industry: All Industries
Discusses good safety attitudes and proper techniques as the key to injury-free use of hand and powers tools including wrenches, power drills and saws.
Training Network-LIP, 1996
 
Hand and power tool safety: Construction
Number: VT01379 Material: Video, 13 minutes Industry: Construction
Discusses tool care and inspection, grounding, and general safety rules including using the proper tool for the
Digital 2000, 1992
 
Hand and power tool safety: Construction
Number: VT01500 Spanish Material: Video, 13 minutes Industry: Construction
See previous description.
Digital 2000, 1992
 
Hand and power tools
Number: VT01376 Material: Video, 5 minutes Industry: All Industries
Covers general safety rules when using hand and power tools including wrenches.
Digital 2000, 1993
 
Hand tool safety overview: Give safety a hand
Number: VT01441 Material: Video, 15 minutes Industry: All Industries
Provides an introduction to hand tool safety including basic safety procedures, safe work practices, and proper use of wrenches, hammers, and screw drivers.
Coastal Training, 1994
 
Large power hand tool safety
Number: VT01617 Material: Video, 10 minutes Industry: All Industries
Covers safety risks and precautions that should be observed when working with the impact wrench, large power drills, portable band saws, and the roto
Aims Multimedia, 1991
 
Pneumatic fastening tools
Number: VT01611 Material: Video, 12 minutes Industry: All Industries
Covers the safe and effective use of pneumatic nailers and staplers including components, loading and operation, hoses and couplings, and air pressure.
Safetycare, 1995
 
Powder actuated tool safety
Number: VT01421 Material: Video, 5 minutes Industry: Construction
Reviews the hazards and safety measures associated with these tools including caution when working on walls and loading.
Assoc General Contractors of America, 1992
 
Power and hand tool safety
Number: VT01399 Material: Video, 21 minutes Industry: All Industries
Covers safety rules, good judgment and the proper methods of selection, inspection and use of both hand tools and portable power tools.
Primedia Workplace Learning, 1988
 
Power tool safety: On your guard
Number: VT01419 Material: Video, 14 minutes Industry: Construction
Hazards of circular, reciprocating and radial arm saws, drills, sanders, and bench and angle grinders including safety eyewear, the importance of reading and understanding the operator's manual, tool guards, proper use, and
Assoc General Contractors of America, 1992
 
Power tool safety: On your guard
Number: VT01720 Spanish Material: Video, 14 minutes Industry: Construction
See previous description.
Assoc General Contractors of America, 1992
 
Power tools
Number: VT01643 Material: Video, 8 minutes Industry: Construction
This graphic video covers safe power tool use and operation, electrical hazards, pre-use inspection and maintenance, and personal protective equipment.
Safety Shorts, 1996
 
Powered hand tool safety: Handle with care
Number: VT01609 Material: Video, 19 minutes Industry: All Industries
Discusses predicting and avoiding dangers when working with powered hand tools including safety procedures, pre-use inspection, and proper PPE.
Coastal Training, 2000
 
Powered hand tool safety: Handle with care
Number: DVD014 Material: DVD 21 minutes Industry: All Industries
Discusses three rules of power tool safety: avoid, learn, and, defend. Also examines basic do's and don'ts for the power tools used most often.
Coastal Training Technologies, 2004
 

Training

Safety meetings: Give'em what they want
Number: VT01622 Material: Video, 16 minutes Industry: All Industries
Discusses how to conduct successful safety meetings including determining your needs, executing a plan, keeping the meeting interesting, save time for questions, evaluate the training, and try out new material.
Coastal Training, 2000
 
Train the trainer
Number: VT01311 Material: Video, 5 minutes Industry: All Industries
Covers how to conduct effective safety meetings including meeting preparation, capturing audience attention, and leading effective discussions
Summit Training Source, 1990
 

Tree Trimming

Tree trimming safety
Number: VT01478 Material: Video, 6 minutes Industry: General Industry
Covers hazards including contact with energy sources and falling limbs and tool maintenance.
Training Network-LIP, 1990


Tunneling

Tunneling inspections
Number: VT01351 Material: Video, 18 minutes Industry: Construction
Covers safety and health problems, safety procedures and equipment used in tunneling.
Intl Union of Operating Engineers, 1988
 

Valves

Pressure valves
Number: VT01627 Material: Video, 5 minutes Industry: General Industry
Discusses hazards, injury prevention, and safe work practices.
Summit Training Source, 1990
 

Ventilation

Exhaust air ventilation systems: operation and maintenance
Number: VT01095 Material: Video, 18 minutes Industry: Construction
Describes how to set up and operate negative air filtration systems used in asbestos removal.
Intl Assoc of Heat and Frost Insulators, 1989
 
Industrial ventilation: a practical overview
Number: VT01188 Material: Video, 22 minutes Industry: General Industry
Discusses the principles of industrial ventilation to control the buildup of hazardous industrial chemicals in the air.
OSHA Office of Training and Education, 1991
 

Walking and Working Surfaces
See also Housekeeping; Ladders and Stairways; and Scaffolding
Construction slips and falls
Number: VT01645 Material: Video, 6 minutes Industry: Construction
This humorous video discusses the causes of slips and falls, proper footwear, and prevention including awareness of hazards and good housekeeping.
Safety Shorts, 1996
 
Elevated work safety
Number: VT01536 Material: Video, 12 minutes Industry: All Industries
This humorous video covers general safety procedures for working on tower and suspended scaffolds, aerial lifts, and roofs including proper setup, inspection, and fall arrest systems.
Industrial Training Systems, 1996
 
Elevated work surfaces: Getting it right at height
Number: VT01591 Material: Video, 21 minutes Industry: Construction
Discusses working on scaffolds, elevated and suspended work platforms, and roofs including the importance of planning and preparing the work, hazard recognition, safety procedures, and fall
Vocam, 1996
 
Slips and falls
Number: VT01310 Material: Video, 5 minutes Industry: All Industries
Discusses the causes of slips and falls on ladders, stairs, loading docks, and wet surfaces, preventive measures, and fall techniques.
Summit Training Source, 1990
 
Slips and falls in construction
Number: VT01321 Material: Video, 10 minutes Industry: Construction
Covers slip and fall hazards, basic safety rules, and hazard abatement including housekeeping.
Digital 2000, 1992
 
Slips and falls in construction
Number: VT01712 Spanish Material: Video, 10 minutes Industry: Construction
See previous description.
Digital 2000, 1992
 
Slips, trips and falls
Number: VT01510 Material: Video, 15 minutes Industry: All Industries
Uses falls performed by stunt people to demonstrate the importance of the correct use of ladders, stair safety, good housekeeping, picking up obstacles, cleaning up spills, and fall protection equipment.
Summit Training Source, 1990
 
Slips, trips and falls: keeping a step ahead.
Number: DVD073 Material: video 12 minutes Industry: All Industries
Covers the causes and prevention of slips, trips and falls. Includes ladders, stairways and fall protection equipment. (English / Spanish)
Summit Training Source, 2004
 
Slips, trips and falls: Real, real-life
Number: VT01610 Material: Video, 17 minutes Industry: All Industries
This interactive video uses "real-lift" situations to cover awareness and identification of potential dangers, taking action to minimize hazards including good housekeeping and spill cleanup, and minimizing improper use of equipment such as ladders.
Coastal Training Technologies, 2000
 
Walking and working surfaces: Watch your step!
Number: VT01484 Material: Video, 19 minutes Industry: All Industries
Discusses the proper use of equipment and procedures on various walking and working surfaces including ramps, scaffolds and platforms.
Coastal Training, 1995
 
Walking and working surfaces: Watch your step!
Number: DVD053 Material: DVD 19 minutes Industry: All Industries
Identifies hazards and accidents involving floors and working surfaces, and shows the worker how to avoid injury-causing situations. (English / Spanish)
Coastal Trainings Technologies, 2005
 

Warehouses

Warehouse safety: It's no mystery
Number: VT01494 Material: Video, 22 minutes Industry: General Industry
Covers the most common hazards in warehouses and how to correct them including lifting, housekeeping, driving and working around forklifts, hazard communication, PPE, and materials handling.
Coastal Training, 1997
 

Welding and Cutting
See also Compressed Gases
Arc welding operations: Construction
Number: VT01576 Material: Video, 11 minutes Industry: Construction
Reviews safety and health hazards including operating procedures, securing the work zone, ventilation, grounding, personal protective equipment, and fire prevention.
Digital 2000, 1992
 
Construction welding safety
Number: VT01438 Material: Video, 12 minutes Industry: Construction
Discusses the essentials of welding safety focusing on oxyfuel gas welding and cutting including operation procedures and safety equipment.
Coastal Training, 1993
 
Gas welding and cutting operations: Construction
Number: VT01579 Material: Video, 14 minutes Industry: Construction
Explains basic safety procedures and health hazards including equipment inspection, cylinder connections, valves, fire prevention, and metal fume fever.
Digital 2000, 1993
 
Gas welding and cutting operations: Construction
Number: VT01711 Spanish Material: Video, 14 minutes Industry: Construction
See previous description.
Digital 2000, 1993
 
Health and safety in welding and allied processes by Nigel C. Balchin
Number: TS227.8H Material: book, 231 pages Industry: All Industries
Identifies the hazards of major welding processes including gas welding, arc welding, brazing and soldering.
McGraw-Hill, 1993
 
Hot work permit
Number: VT01298 Material: Video, 13 minutes Industry: All Industries
Discusses proper procedures and safe work practices when performing hot work (welding, cutting, grinding) including identifying potential hazards including fires and explosions, permit procedures, and personal protective equipment.
Summit Training Source, 1996
 
Hot work: Welding and cutting safety in construction
Number: VT01414 Material: Video, 14 minutes Industry: Construction
Covers safe work practices and procedures for gas and arc welding and cutting operations including recognizing hazards, personal protective equipment, and equipment inspection.
Assoc General Contractors of America, 1994
 
Oxyacetylene safety
Number: VT01397 Material: Video, 22 minutes Industry: All Industries
Discusses the importance of following basic safety rules, ten safety rules are given and illustrated, and demonstrations show the dangers and effects of misuse of oxyacetylene equipment.
Primedia Workplace Learning, 1996
 
Oxyfuel gas cutting: The sure cut
Number: VT01491 Material: Video, 13 minutes Industry: All Industries
Details the principles of welding safety and provides specific procedures when performing oxyfuel gas cutting including safety equipment, hook-up procedures, hazardous fumes, and ventilation.
Coastal Training, 1990
 
Safety and health factors in welding and cutting
Number: VT01290 Material: Video, 30 minutes Industry: All Industries
Discusses general safety and health hazards associated with gas and arc welding and cutting as well as techniques for controlling or reducing these hazards including gases, chemical agents, hearing loss, and fire.
OSHA Office of Training and Education, 1990
 
Welding safety: Securing the work zone
Number: VT01450 Material: Video, 16 minutes Industry: All Industries
Explains proper procedures for oxyfuel and electric-arc welding, securing the 360-degree zone, proper ventilation, personal protective equipment, and fire.
Coastal Training, 1988
 
Welding: Respecting the hazards
Number: VT01301 Material: Video, 13 minutes Industry: All Industries
Discusses understanding and recognizing potential hazards, safe work practices, types of welding, inspecting the welding environment and equipment, proper personal protective equipment, and fire prevention.
Summit Training Source, 1996
 
Welding: Respecting the hazards
Number: DVD065 Material: video 16 minutes Industry: All Industries
Open flames in the work environment can be a risky. Welding safety teaches employees to recognize and respect the potential hazards and motivate them to use best safety practices to prevent property damage and injury. (English / Spanish)
Summit Training Source, 2000
 

Wholesale and Retail Trades

Health & safety Why care?
Number: VT01173 Material: Video, 14 minutes Industry: General Industry
Presents an overview of potential hazards and safety precautions for retail, wholesale and department store employees.
Retail, Wholesale and Dept Store Union, 1991
 
Health & safety Why care?
Number: VT01173S Spanish Material: Video, 14 minutes Industry: General Industry
See previous description.
Retail, Wholesale and Dept Store Union, 1991
 

Workplace Violence

Is it worth your life? Workplace violence prevention
Number: VT01262 Material: Video, 19 minutes Industry: Retail Trade
This video shows ways to prevent or defuse violent situations in retail stores. NOTE: Washington State has a Crime Prevention Code. OSHA uses the General Duty Clause to cover this workplace hazard.
WA State Dept of Labor & Industries, 1992
 
Targeting workplace violence
Number: VT01385 Material: Video, 19 minutes Industry: General Industry
Shows three scenarios (hospital/late night custodial/office) then discusses ways to prevent or defuse the situations.
Oregon Occupational S&H Division, 1997
 
Violence in the workplace
Number: VT01703 Material: Video, 15 minutes Industry: All Industries
Covers the underlying causes of workplace violence, warning signs, types of threats including aggressive behavior and verbal abuse, proper response to threatening words or actions, and handling disputes with co-workers.
Training Network-LIP, 1996
 
Violence on the job
Number: DVD03 Material: DVD, 27 minutes Industry: All Industries
Discusses practical measures for identifying risk factors for violence at work, and taking strategic action to keep employees safe.
US National Institute for OSH, 2004
 
Violence on the job (CC)
Number: DVD04 Material: DVD, 27 minutes Industry: All Industries
Discusses practical measures for identifying risk factors for violence at work, and taking strategic action to keep employees safe.
US National Institute for OSH, 2004
 

Youth

Protecting the working teen: Youth rules!
Number: VT01757 Material: Video, 15 minutes Industry: All Industries
Provides information to help employers provide a safe and healthful workplace for teenage workers as well as to recognize and eliminate workplace
IL Onsite S&H Consultation Program, 2003

Caution: Foundry at work (CC)
Number: DVD07 Material: DVD, 10 minutes Industry: General Industry
See previous description.
US National Institute for OSH, 1998