Video Library

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A B C D E F G H I K L M N O P R S T V W Y

 

Hearing / Noise  

1267 - MSHA Hearing Conservation Employee Training (DVD) 11 Min. / 2001

Stresses to miners the importance of wearing hearing protection at all times when hazardous noise levels are presents. Topics include effects of noise on hearing, conservation program, medical surveillance, assessment and selection/use of hearing protection. Also available in Spanish on DVD only. See Spanish video section.

1320 - Hearing Loss Prevention DVD 14 Min. /

Demonstrate to employees the importance of wearing proper hearing protection in all situations where noise can be hazardous. Types of hearing protection, symptoms of hearing loss and dangers of off-the-job noise.

536 - Hearing Conservation Employee Training (Mine Safety) 11 min. / 1993

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Defensive Driving

1014 - Aware Driver: DDC /

1019 - Let Them Through – It Could Be /

1020 - Safety Advice From EMS (SAFE) /

1031 - Danger Signs – Vandalizing Road Signs /

1035 - Street Smarts /

1036 - America Brakes For Safety – ABS Education Alliance /

1037 - Don’t Hang Out in the No Zone /

1206 - Look, Listen & Live /

1207 - Bucket Trucks /

1208 - Intersections /

1209 - Passenger Vans and Shuttle Bus Operations I /

1210 - Passenger Vans and Shuttle Bus Operations II /

1211 - Hoods Under the Hood /

1213 - The Moment of Impact /

1214 - Speeding Cars /

1217 - City Driving /

1218 - Night Driving /

1219 - Lone Driver /

1220 - Sharing the Road with Rolling Rigs /

1224 - Beating a Blowout /

1225 - Motorcycle Safety /

1226 - Good Driving is an Attitude /

1232 - Five Rules of Defensive Driving /

1244 - Driver Attitude /

1298 - 101 Days of Summer Safety (DVD) 20 Min. /

This video provides a variety of safety tips that will help protect employees from common hazards of the summer season. Topics include summer driving, sunburn, heat related illnesses, sports, swimming, boating, personal watercraft, and unique hazards of unfamiliar areas in the summer.

1363 - Safety's Top 10 Causes of Workplace Injury (DVD Only) 19 Min. / 2010

Topics include the prevention of the following causes of workplace injuries: workplace violence, repetitive motion injuries, body parts being caught in or crushed by equipment, motor vehicle collisions, the body being struck by objects, the body striking against objects, falls to lower levels, same-level slips and falls, overexertion and unsafe acts.

1382 - Cell Phones in the Workplace: A Dangerous Distraction (DVD) 13 Min. / 2011

This program discusses how sending and receiving text messages can cause us to lose focus on doing our jobs safely and efficiently as well as the importance of always following your company’s policy regarding cell phone use. Also featured are several workplace scenarios that illustrate the tragic consequences of ignoring these polices in order to text when it is unsafe or prohibited.

1397 - Hang Up & Drive: The Jacy Good Story (DVD Only) 18 Min. / 2012

This dynamic program features Jacy Good and her fiancee Steve recalling the tragic crash that killed her parents as a result of another driver using his cell phone. In May 2008, Jacy and her parents were enjoying a great day of accomplishment...Jacy's college graduation. That day was shattered, however, when a devastating collision took the lives of Jacy's parents and left her in a coma. Her brain injury has left her with physical, speech, and cognitive impairments, but Jacy's story is an inspiration.

1406 - Texting & Driving The Facts (DVD Only) [CC] 8 Min. / 2013

Texting and driving is actually more dangerous than talking on the phone while driving. Your reaction time is reduced by approximately 35 percent when writing or reading text messages while driving. This program explains why texting and driving is so unsafe and includes testimonials that describe real-life consequences of such risky behavior

18 - Preventing Motor Vehicle Collisions (DVD & VHS available) 20 min / 2005

Martin Lesperance, EMT, recalls stories of collision scenes he has attended to illustrate the consequences of the most common driving errors. Viewers will understand the importance of the 100% commitment to safe vehicle operation in preventing privately-owned vehicle collisions

19 - I Could See it Coming (for Cargo Van Operators) 15 min. / 2005

20 - Defensive Driving: A Crash Course. 16 min. / 1996

Defensive attitude, distractions, city driving, freeways, rural roads.

22 - Driving: Risk & Responsibilities [CC] 18 Min. / 1999

23 - Preventing Motor Vehicle Collisions: It All Rides On You 20 Min. / 2004

24 - Distracted Driving: At What Cost? 13 Min. / 2004

25 - The Alert Driver: A Trucker's Guide to Sleep, Fatigue & Rest In Our 24-Hour Society 19 Min. / 2005

26 - Winter Driving: When The Rules Change 15 Min. / 2005

Video demonstrates the different hazards associated with driving in winter weather and how to properly adapt to those changing conditions.

28 - Safe Operation & Use of All-Terrain Vehicles (DVD) 14 Min. /

This DVD discusses the safe operating procedures that must be followed to avoid injuries while riding an all-terrain vehicle.

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Hand Safety / Foot Safety 

1250 - High Impact Hand Safety (DVD) 17 Min. /

Re-creates 15 work related accidents involving hands and fingers. This dynamic video shows viewers that a commitment to hand safety is the key to maintaining an injury-free workplace or even saving ones life. Filled with re-creations of actual accidents from OSHA files.

1256 - Box Cutter/ Utility Knife Safety (DVD Only) 8 Min. /

This video begins with a series of accidents caused by the unsafe use of utility knives. The mishaps are then carefully examined to reveal the underlying causes, as well as the precautionary steps, that would prevent similar incidents. Topics include proper use and handling of box cutters and utility knives, using the correct knife for the job, knife maintenance and inspection and proper blade changing and disposal Also available in Spanish on DVD only.

1263 - Powered Hand Tool Safety (DVD) /

This program explains general safety principles related to the use of a wide range of electric and pneumatic tools as well as risks, safety procedures and personal protective equipment applicable to particular tools. Included are demonstrations showing safe techniques for the use of a range of powered hand tools.

1366 - Lessons Learned from Hand Injuries (DVD Only) 19 Min. / 2010

This program features reenactments of workplace hand injury scenarios to teach valuable safety lessons. Causes and effects of hand injuries. Selection and use of protective gloves. Nip points and entanglement hazards. The use of assist devices. Using hand and power tools safely. Preventing Cumulative Trauma Disorders.

1393 - Foot Protection (DVD Only) 12 Min. /

Every year, hundreds of thousands of people are injured in the workplace because they weren't wearing the proper footwear. Many of us tend to think of shoes in terms of styles, but they are a part of your personal protective equipment that must effectively protect your feet from hazards.

1395 - Safely On Your Feet (DVD Only) 12 Min. / 2001

Every year, hundreds of thousands of people are injured in the workplace because they weren’t wearing the proper footwear. The fact that we have so many foot-related injuries indicates that employees are wearing work shoes that inadequately protect them from the hazards they face on the job. Many of us tend to think more about shoes in terms of styles, but safety shoes are more than a different style. They are part of your personal protective equipment that must effectively protect your feet from hazards that you encounter in your workplace. 2001 12 min.

208 - PPE: The Right Choice 14 / 2002

This video features actual industrial workers who describe the impact of their decisions regarding the use of PPE.

32 - Blink and You Could Lose Your Hand 18 Min. / 1995

Recounts the story of a mill worker who suffered a severe hand injury while operating a papermaking machine.

559 - Small Falls Are A Big Deal (Spanish) (VHS & DVD) 19 Min. / 2004

Topics include the importance of wearing proper footwear, recognizing and controlling slip and tip hazards, transitional area and changing walking surface conditions, correcting fall hazards, situational awareness and moving from one level to another.

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Flagger Safety

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Welding 

1412 - Preventing Fires During Hot Work Operations (DVD Only) 15 Min. / 2013

Welding, grinding, cutting, open flame and other spark producing tools and operations are all capable of starting dangerous fires in our workplaces. This program discusses the safe work practices that should be taken to prevent such incidents and reviews the responsibilities of those workers involved in hot work tasks.

383 - High Impact Metal Working Safety /

Working with metal.

52 - Mig Welding (Procedural Training) / 1995

53 - High Impact Welding Safety (*Very Graphic*) 19 Min. / 1995

Flammables and combustibles in welding areas and personal protective equipment

54 - High Impact Welding Safety (*Very Graphic*) (VHS & DVD available) 17 Min. / 1997

This powerful program uses 6 accident recreations to remind viewers that welding and cutting operations are inherently dangerous and workers who weld must follow all safety rules to protect themselves from serious injury or death. Also available in Spanish DVD only

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Eye Safety

208 - PPE: The Right Choice 14 / 2002

This video features actual industrial workers who describe the impact of their decisions regarding the use of PPE.

551 - Eye Protection: Why Gamble (Spanish) 14 Min. / 1991

62 - Eye Safety / 1989

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Confined Space

1351 - Confined Spaces and the Entry Permit System (DVD Only) [CC] 15 Min. / 2002

Explains what is a confined space, a permitted confined space, and how to implement a confined space entry permit system

1379 - Life & Death: Confined Space Safety (DVD) 19 Min. / 2007

Training topics of the video include duties and responsibilities of each participant in confined space entry: the entrant, the attendant and the entry supervisor. Other topics include the entry permit system, duties of rescue team members, air testing and monitoring, lockout and line breaking procedures and use of personal protective equipment in confined spaces.

70 - Confined Space Rescue 31 Min. / 1993

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Forklift Safety

1264 - High Impact: Forklift Safety (DVD) 20 Min. /

This video re-created eight accidents to show life threatening consequences of incorrect and unsafe lift truck operation.

1338 - Electric Pallet Jack (DVD) 12 Min. /

Examines proper safety procedures for operating and maintaining powered pallet jacks. Topics include operator safety rules, daily maintenance procedures, and general safety procedures when operating this equipment.

1383 - Elevated Work Platform Safety (DVD Only) 19 Min. / 2011

While there are many different styles of lifts designed for various applications and site conditions, they all have one thing in common: the potential for serious injury or death when operated in a careless manner. Electrocution, falls, crushed body parts and tip-overs are just a few examples of incidents that often result from unsafe operation. How leverage, weight capacity and other factors affect elevated work platform stability. What to check during a pre-operational inspection. Why it is important to inspect the path of travel and work area before use. How to safely drive the vehicle. How to avoid falls from elevated platforms.

1396 - Forklift Safety Lessons for the Safe Operator (DVD Only) 15 Min. / 2011

Topics include training and qualification, pre-operational inspection, mounting and exiting forklifts safely, the stability triangle, preparing for hazards before traveling, traveling with a load and safe operation around pedestrians. Use of maintenance platforms, types and classes of forklifts and sloped surfaces are other issues addressed in the video.

1398 - Forklift Stability Essentials (DVD Only) 18 Mins. / 2012

Every year people are injured and killed in incidents involving forklifts. Forklift stability is a major factor in many accidents. WARNING: This programme contains graphic re-enactments of accidents that may offend some viewers.

1416 - Forklift Safety Lessons for the Safe Operator (DVD Only) 15 Min. / 2013

The purpose of this program to show operators the safe work practices they must follow to avoid injuries and property damage. Topics include: 1. Training and qualification as well as types and classes of forklifts. 2. Pre-operational inspection, mounting & exiting safely, and parking the forklift properly. 3. Preparing for hazards before traveling and the Stability Triangle. 4. Traveling with a load and safe operation around pedestrians. 5. Use of maintenance platforms, sloped surfaces and good lighting.

95 - High Impact Forklift Safety (*Very Graphic*) 19 Min. / 1994

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Lead

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Logging Safety / Chainsaw Safety

110 - Hazard: Logging Safety Program / 1987

111 - Put’er There (Directional Felling) / 1990

112 - Woods Truckin’ Safety: No Boss on Your Back / 1990

114 - Mechanical Harvesting Safety / 1990

1356 - Chainsaw Accidents: The Consequences 9 Min. /

VERY GRAPHIC. Several occupations use chainsaws. Employees get complacent about the dangers, since they have used a chainsaw for years with no problem. Uses reverse psychology for chainsaw safety by showing what can happen if an employee chooses the road to accidents route.

1408 - Chain Saw Maintenance & Safety (DVD Only) 16 Mins. / 2013

Chainsaws are used extensively by a wide range of people in many industries. The chainsaw is of great assistance when fast cutting of timber is required. But, if the chainsaw is not properly maintained or is used incorrectly its potential for causing injury cannot be underestimated. Included in this program are sections which deal with the following: The components of the chainsaw, chain types and selection, chain components, sharpening the chain, setting the depth gauge, guide bar maintenance and chain assembly, chain tension, personal and operational safety

1409 - Safe Operation of Chainsaws (DVD Only) 14 Mins. / 2013

The chainsaw can be an extremely dangerous tool if not operated correctly. This program looks at a range of operational and cutting procedures that are crucial for the safe and successful operation of the chainsaw in all situations. Included in this program: •Preparing a chainsaw for use, starting the chainsaw, holding and operating the chainsaw, general lumbering/bucking and felling a tree. There is no doubt that a chainsaw can be a very dangerous tool and that there is no substitute for proper training and a professional approach to their use. However, if the saw is properly maintained and used according to safe work practices, safe and accurate cutting can be consistently achieved.

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Stress

120 - Danger Zone: Stress 13 Min. / 1990

121 DVD or 122 VHS - Working with Stress – A NIOSH – TV Production (DVD & VHS) 17 Min. / 2002

413 - Heat Stress (DVD) 16 Min. / 1984

Topics include the body’s response to heat; causes and prevention of heat rash and heat cramps; and, the dangers, symptoms and first aid treatments associated with heat exhaustion and heat stroke. Becoming acclimated to hot environments and general precautions for preventing heat stress are also covered in the program

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Compressed Gases

130 - Compressed Gases: Safe Handling 18 Min. / 1995

Flammable, non-flammable, and toxic gases and includes handling, labeling, and leaks and valves.

132 - Safe Handling of Gases 20 Min. / 2003

Discusses safe handling, types of gases, classification of gases,and the hazards involved.

1323 - Compressed Air Safety (DVD Only) 17 Min. /

Working safely with compressed air to prevent injuries, four workplace incidents that illustrate compressed air hazards are hard to identify; dangers of cleaning with compressed air, injuries to the human body, hearing protection needed, inspection & maintenance of equipment.

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Ergonomics 

PLEASE NOTE: The videos in this section apply mainly to general or industrial ergonomics or ergonomic theory. See our section on Office Ergonomics for videos that apply specifically to office settings.

1308 - Back Injury Prevention 15 Min. /

This video demonstrates exercises and safe lifting procedures that will help viewers to avoid painful back injuries; topics include ergonomics, posture, lift preparation, lifting precautions how to respond to back pain.

1363 - Safety's Top 10 Causes of Workplace Injury (DVD Only) 19 Min. / 2010

Topics include the prevention of the following causes of workplace injuries: workplace violence, repetitive motion injuries, body parts being caught in or crushed by equipment, motor vehicle collisions, the body being struck by objects, the body striking against objects, falls to lower levels, same-level slips and falls, overexertion and unsafe acts.

140 - Ergonomics: Your Body at Work [CC] 20 Min. / 1991

CTDs, worksite analysis, low-cost improvements and hand tools.

141 - Ergonomics: Solving the Puzzle 18 Mins. / 2000

Adjust equipment, change positions, and suggests solutions.

158 - Ergonomics – OSHA (DVD) /

159 - Industrial Ergonomics 17 Min. / 2003

Practical approach to industrial ergonomic issues.

161 - Dealing with Manual Handling /

164 - Back in Shape / 2000

Good video for general back care, health & fitness. Doesn’t pertain to lifting.

166 - Good Back Bad Back? It’s your choice. / 2000

168 - The Dummy Series: Back Safety (VHS & DVD) 14 Min. / 2005

Back injuries don’t just happen to dummies; they happen to real people who ignore basic back safety practices. Also available in Spanish on DVD only.

609 - Warehouse Manual Handling (The New Approach) 21 Min. / 2002

Latest warehouse manual handling techniques are demonstrated. Musculoskeletal disorders are explained and risk identification, assessment, and control are also covered.

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Back Safety 

1308 - Back Injury Prevention 15 Min. /

This video demonstrates exercises and safe lifting procedures that will help viewers to avoid painful back injuries; topics include ergonomics, posture, lift preparation, lifting precautions how to respond to back pain.

1340 - Powerlift: Lifting Training That Works (DVD) 19 Min. / 2008

Most of us have been trained to lift objects with the traditional bend your knees and keep your back straight technique, but it doesn't work. This method forces us to overuse our knees and legs and our backs still end up bearing the brunt of the load. Dr. Michael Schaefer has recognized the flaws of the conventional lifting technique and developed a safe, easy and stronger lifting position...The PowerLift (Also available in Spanish Ref: Video #1361)

1352 - Office Injury Prevention (DVD Only) 18 Min. / 2002

Nearly 40,000 office workers suffer disabling injuries every year. Many common causes of office injuries are covered in this program including: housekeeping, slips/trips/fall prevention, proper lifting, and strains just to name a few.

1361 - Powerlift: Lifting Training That Works (Spanish) (DVD only) 19 Min. / 2008

Most of us have been trained to lift objects with the traditional bend your knees and keep your back straight technique, but it doesn't work. This method forces us to overuse our knees and legs and our backs still end up bearing the brunt of the load. Dr. Michael Schaefer has recognized the flaws of the conventional lifting technique and developed a safe, easy and stronger lifting position...The PowerLift

161 - Dealing with Manual Handling /

164 - Back in Shape / 2000

Good video for general back care, health & fitness. Doesn’t pertain to lifting.

166 - Good Back Bad Back? It’s your choice. / 2000

168 - The Dummy Series: Back Safety (VHS & DVD) 14 Min. / 2005

Back injuries don’t just happen to dummies; they happen to real people who ignore basic back safety practices. Also available in Spanish on DVD only.

554 - Back Protection: Defending Your Safety Zone (Spanish) 19 Min. / 1997

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Air Quality / Ventilation

171 - Clean Air in Classrooms 22 Min. / 1994

Good indoor air quality video. Not just for schools.

172 - Industrial Ventilation / 1995

173 - Taking Action & Ventilation Basics /

Tools for Schools

190 - Air Purifying Respirators 19 Min. / 1998

When & how to use air purifying respirators, types of respiratory hazards, effects of airborne contaminants on the body, and fit testing.

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Respirators / Respiratory Protection

1252 - Respiratory Protection Program; Management Version DVD 20 Min. /

This video provides an overview of the employer’s responsibilities and discusses key components of a proper Respiratory Protection Program. Also available in Spanish. See Spanish Section.

189 - Maine Respiratory Protection: (Fit Testing) 2 Hrs. / 1999

ITV Class October 12, 1999

192 - The Care & Use of Air Purified Respirators 10 Min. / 1990

202 - Respirators: Your TB Defense and TB Respiratory Protection (DVD) 48 Min. / 2002

Designed to educate health care workers on proper respiratory protection. Administrator’ Review takes you step by step through developing a respiratory protection program for TB.

211 - The Respiratory Protection Program: Management Version 20 Min. /

For Managers: How to manage a respirator program

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Personal Protective Equipment

1292 - PPE: The Right Choice (DVD) 16 Min. / 2002

This video features actual industrial workers who describe the impact of their decisions regarding the use of PPE.

1312 - Safety Bob’s Construction Safety Orientation (VHS & DVD) 22 Min. /

Discussion based video, topics to include injury prevention, ppe, excavation & trenching, ladder & scaffold safety, fall protection, electrical safety & a good safety attitude.

1380 - High Impact: Power Tool Safety (DVD) 17 Min. / 2010

Topics include inspecting tools before use, selecting the proper tool for the job, being trained and authorized to use tools and correct body placement and tool positioning. Electrical extension cords, GFCI’s, dangers of compressed air, avoiding horseplay, recognizing fire hazards and using proper PPE are also covered.

1390 - Surviving the Fall: The Proper Use of Your Personal Fall Arrest System (DVD Only) 20 Min. / 2012

The proper use of a personal fall arrest system allows a worker to survive a fall, with minimal injury by not only preventing the falling worker from hitting the ground, but also by limiting the amount of force imparted onto the worker when the fall is arrested. In this program, viewers will see fall protection equipment deployed in actual fall events and learn the proper selection and use of these devices. In addition to safe work practices, such as 100 percent tie-off techniques, emphasis is placed on having a rescue plan in place should a fall occur.

1391 - Surviving the Fall: The Proper Use of Your Fall Arrest System (Short version) (DVD Only) 10 Min. / 2007

The proper use of a personal fall arrest system allows a worker to survive a fall, with minimal injury by not only preventing the falling worker from hitting the ground, but also by limiting the amount of force imparted onto the worker when the fall is arrested. In this program, viewers will see fall protection equipment deployed in actual fall events and learn the proper selection and use of these devices. In addition to safe work practices, such as 100 percent tie-off techniques, emphasis is placed on having a rescue plan in place should a fall occur.

1393 - Foot Protection (DVD Only) 12 Min. /

Every year, hundreds of thousands of people are injured in the workplace because they weren't wearing the proper footwear. Many of us tend to think of shoes in terms of styles, but they are a part of your personal protective equipment that must effectively protect your feet from hazards.

1394 - Shattered-The Jeff Walters Story (DVD Only) 16 Min. /

Jeff Walters, a young newlywed, was more interested in earning the respect of his co-workers than being concerned for his own safety. After climbing the conveyor without doing a lockout or wearing fall protection, Jeff fell 19 feet when the conveyor started unexpectedly. This program teaches the critical safety lesson that risk-taking is never worth it and that any supposed reward of a shortcut is only a facade.

189 - Maine Respiratory Protection: (Fit Testing) 2 Hrs. / 1999

ITV Class October 12, 1999

190 - Air Purifying Respirators 19 Min. / 1998

When & how to use air purifying respirators, types of respiratory hazards, effects of airborne contaminants on the body, and fit testing.

192 - The Care & Use of Air Purified Respirators 10 Min. / 1990

195 - Personal Protective Equipment 10 Min. / 1995

201 - Personal Protective Equipment in General Industry 17 Min. /

202 - Respirators: Your TB Defense and TB Respiratory Protection (DVD) 48 Min. / 2002

Designed to educate health care workers on proper respiratory protection. Administrator’ Review takes you step by step through developing a respiratory protection program for TB.

203 - PPE – (Personal Protective Equipment) 20 Min. / 2002

204 - One Will Die: The John Martin Story (VHS & DVD) 20 Min. / 2005

Re-enactment of an industrial accident that strongly demonstrates why personal protective equipment should be worn and safety practices to be followed.

208 - PPE: The Right Choice 14 / 2002

This video features actual industrial workers who describe the impact of their decisions regarding the use of PPE.

209 - Personal Protective Equipment: Reality in the Public Sector (*VERY GRAPHIC*) 19 Min. / 2007

A first-hand look at the consequences of not wearing PPE through a worker's recounting of his accident. (*Very Graphic*)

408 - Working Safely with Hand & Power Tools (VHS & DVD) 17 Min. / 2004

Viewers are shown the basic safety rules that will greatly reduce the risk of injury during hand and power tool use. Safety Attitude and good judgment is needed when using tools. Equipment inspection & PPE is also discussed.

458 - High Impact Awareness (*Very Graphic*) 18 Min. / 1996

This video describes the importance of the 3 rules of personal protection: 1) Always take responsibility for your personal safety; 2)Never attempt to perform any task unless you have been trained and authorized; 3) Always follow job procedures and company rules

470 - Safety Now 18 Min. / 2000

Introduces employee to those safety principles of importance in their day to day tasks. This video explores the topics of risk management, PPE, handling hazardous material, good housekeeping, lockout/Tagout, manual handling and fire safety.

551 - Eye Protection: Why Gamble (Spanish) 14 Min. / 1991

565 - One Will Die: The John Martin Story (Spanish) 20 Min. / 2005

Re-enactment of an industrial accident that strongly demonstrates why personal protective equipment should be worn and safety practices to be followed.

602 - PPE Hazard Assessment /

Assist employees in identifying potential hazards

611 - Maintenance Safety / Hazard Assessment 17 Min. / 2003

Job Safety Analysis – How to look at the duties your employees perform to recognize potential hazards that may cause injury, illness, or death.

62 - Eye Safety / 1989

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Accident Investigation

206 - Accidents Aren’t Just One of Those Things (VHS & DVD) 20 Min. / 2006

20-year firefighter and paramedic veteran, Martin Lesperance, takes his experiences and molds them into entertaining and thought-provoking safety presentations on preventing accidents. General Audience. Also available in Spanish on DVD only

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Fire Safety / Fire Extinguishers

1309 - Fire Prevention Safety (DVD) 19 Min. /

This program shows viewers the steps they can take to prevent a workplace fires and what to do if one starts. Types and uses of extinguishers, classifications of fires and emergency procedures are covered.

1364 - Fire Safety For Industrial Workers (DVD Only) 18 Min. / 2010

Due to the hazardous and flammable materials often used or stored at industrial facilities, fires at these locations can have disastrous consequences. Why good housekeeping and proper handling and storage of flammable materials are important in preventing industrial fires. How fires are ignited and how they can be extinguished. What precautions to take when electrical hazards are present or when performing hot work. How to safely evacuate an area during a fire emergency. What the five classes of fire are and what extinguishing agents are used to put them out. How to decide when to use a fire extinguisher to put out a fire; and how to use it properly utilizing the PASS method. What to do if someone suffers a fire-related injury.

1368 - Fire Safety for Office Workers (DVD Only) 15 Min. / 2009

While office workers often don’t think much about the potential for fire while performing their jobs, there are more than 1,000 fires in office environments each year. Such factors as employee complacency, office equipment and appliances that generate heat and large amounts of paper and other combustible materials can all contribute to office fires resulting in major property damage, serious injuries and fatalities. This program discusses how to prevent these and other factors from contributing to the ignition of fires and how to respond if a fire were to break out. Topics include good housekeeping, controlling electrical fire hazards, emergency action plans, evacuation procedures, classes of fire and their extinguishing agents, the importance of using the appropriate fire extinguisher, using the PASS system to extinguish a fire and treating fire-related injuries.

1377 - Fire: Countdown to Disaster (DVD) [CC] 16 Min. / 1984

Demonstrates how quickly a fire can grow and spread showing how fire really happens. Covers the basic knowledge to understand the nature and dangers of fire growth. Smoke, fire and flames are examined and how fire is not what you see in Hollywood movies.

1378 - Fire Extinguishers at Work (DVD) 17 Min. / 1999

Topics include identifing the most common types of fire extinguishers, classification of fires, how to select a fire extinguisher to use, describes different fire conditions, and when and how to use a fire extinguisher.

1403 - Combustible Dust (DVD Only) 8 Min. / 2012

If a combustible dust explosion occurs, it often results in severe injuries, burns or deaths. Employees can reduce the potential for dust explosions by being aware of the risks and following safe work practices to mitigate those risks as well as by following the company's emergency contingency plan.

1404 - Good Housekeeping: Everyone's Responsiblity (DVD Only) 17 Min. / 2013

Good housekeeping is everyone's responsibility. It doesn't matter what position you hold or what type of task you are performing; keeping your work area tidy and free of clutter should be every employee's obligation. It's part of your commitment to safety and your actions go a long way in showing your co-workers that you want everyone to go home safe at the end of each day.

1411 - Emergency Preparedness & Response (DVD Only) 22 Min. / 2013

Knowing the proper procedures to follow during an emergency could mean the difference between life and death. The purpose of this program is to familiarize viewers with basic emergency response practices that will help them be prepared for and respond to a crisis or an emergency.

212 - Identifying Fire Hazards / 1989

214 - Fire Extinguishers: How & When? (VHS & DVD) 15 Min. / 2001

This program stresses to viewers the importance of making the right decision when a workplace fire breaks out. What class, fire extinguisher needed, and is the fire incipient stage. Fight or flight. Also available in Spanish on DVD only.

216 - Office Fire & Evacuation [CC] 18 Min. / 1997

The video demonstrates what to do in a fire emergency and shows personnel how to evacuate a building quickly and calmly. Emergency control measures are also discussed long with common office emergencies.

217 - Fire Awareness [CC] 16 Min. / 1999

This video is designed to introduce employees to the basic fire principles and the principles of extinguishment. It demonstrates the importance of good fire prevention.

218 - Stop It Buring [CC] 15 Min. / 1999

This video shows the basic principles of fire and fire extinguishment. It describes the basic types of fire, extinguisher agents and methods of extinguishment.

219 - Fire Safety [CC] 19 Min. / 1999

240 - HazMat/WMD Awareness 25 Min. / 2006

Designed for plant personnel, security guards, police, highway workers, firefighters and EMTs who may be first on the scene of a hazmat incident. This exciting, action-filled program shows Awareness Level personnel initiating emergency actions that bring about positive outcomes. Includes NFPA 471, Competencies for Responders to Hazardous Materials & Weapons of Mass Destruction Incidents.

470 - Safety Now 18 Min. / 2000

Introduces employee to those safety principles of importance in their day to day tasks. This video explores the topics of risk management, PPE, handling hazardous material, good housekeeping, lockout/Tagout, manual handling and fire safety.

483 - Emergency Action Plan: The Team Approach 19 Min. / 2007

The basic aspects of life-saving emergency action planning, including evacuation procedures, importance of simulations and the responsibilities of all personnel.

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Crane Safety / Sling Safety

1311 - Industrial Crane Safety (DVD) 21 Min. /

Operator training and authorization, three types of crane inspections, three most common hitches, sling angles & force of load, before lifting the load and safely lifting & moving a load. Also available in Spanish. See Spanish Section.

1318 - High Impact: Crane Safety (VHS & DVD) 18 Min. /

5-reenactments of accidents involving indoor cranes, safe work practices, inspections of crane & components, how to determine weight of load capacity of crane, hand signals and safe work procedures for crane repair.

1370 - Crane Signal Person Basic Training (DVD Only) 17 min. / 2010

Basic training on crane signaling. Communication between the crane operator and signal person is important for construction site safety. Miscommunication between the two can lead to catastrophic injuries.

222 - Overhead Cranes: Safe Operation 18 Min. / 1995

223 - Inspection, Care and Storage of Slings / 1994

224 - Crane Safety 14 Min. / 1995

226 - Industrial Crane Safety (DVD) 20 Min. / 2007

This new video demonstrates the safe work practices and pre-cautions necessary to keep these employees and their co-workers out of harms way while cranes and hoists are being rigged or operated. (Also available in Spanish)

226 - Industrial Crane Safety (DVD) (Spanish) 20 Min. / 2007

This new video demonstrates the safe work practices and pre-cautions necessary to keep these employees and their co-workers out of harms way while cranes and hoists are being rigged or operated.

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Trenching / Excavation

1312 - Safety Bob’s Construction Safety Orientation (VHS & DVD) 22 Min. /

Discussion based video, topics to include injury prevention, ppe, excavation & trenching, ladder & scaffold safety, fall protection, electrical safety & a good safety attitude.

234 - Cave-in: Trenching & Shoring Safety 18 Min. / 1994

235 - Backhoe Safety & Operation 10 Min. / 2005

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Carbon Monoxide

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Kitchen / Restaurant Safety

1256 - Box Cutter/ Utility Knife Safety (DVD Only) 8 Min. /

This video begins with a series of accidents caused by the unsafe use of utility knives. The mishaps are then carefully examined to reveal the underlying causes, as well as the precautionary steps, that would prevent similar incidents. Topics include proper use and handling of box cutters and utility knives, using the correct knife for the job, knife maintenance and inspection and proper blade changing and disposal Also available in Spanish on DVD only.

280 - Kitchen Safety / 1995

Safety Care video

283 - Kitchen Care [CC] 18 Min. / 1997

This video covers kitchen worker concerns from receiving food deliveries to serving in the dining room. Personal responsibility and teamwork in the kitchen is shown as a strong part of overall safety.

287 - Slips, Trips & Falls (VHS & DVD) 12 Min. / 2004

288 - Small Falls Are A Big Deal (VHS & DVD) 19 Min. / 2004

Topics include the importance of wearing proper footwear, recognizing and controlling slip and tip hazards, transitional area and changing walking surface conditions, correcting fall hazards, situational awareness and moving from one level to another.

608 - Glassware Washing Hazards 10 Min. / 2000

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Fall Protection / Ladder Safety / Scaffold Safet

1273 - Fall Arrest Systems 19 Min. /

This video shows viewers how too properly select and use personal fall arrest systems (PFAS) so they can work safely above ground. Topics include forces involved in falls, components of the PFAS, inspection of, selection of, legal tie-off points, and calculating the fall distance. Also available in Spanish on DVD only.

1277 - Ladder Safety: A Practical Approach (DVD) 19 Min. /

Covers basic precautions that will keep employees safe when using ladders and consequences of failing to follow these safe work practices. Includes: selecting the right ladder, transporting, setting-up on uneven / unstable surfaces or rounded objects, standing / working on ladders safely and use of multi-function ladders.

1312 - Safety Bob’s Construction Safety Orientation (VHS & DVD) 22 Min. /

Discussion based video, topics to include injury prevention, ppe, excavation & trenching, ladder & scaffold safety, fall protection, electrical safety & a good safety attitude.

1359 - Maintaining Your Safety (DVD) 20 Min. / 2010

Maintenance workers maintain all aspects of operations and equipment. They are such an important part of the process that they feel pressure to get all repairs done fast! In this program, In addition to developing and maintaining a good safety attitude, other topics include: job hazard analysis, lockout/tagout, ladder safety, elevated work platforms, fall protection, use of hand and power tools, electrical safety and arc flash protection.

1363 - Safety's Top 10 Causes of Workplace Injury (DVD Only) 19 Min. / 2010

Topics include the prevention of the following causes of workplace injuries: workplace violence, repetitive motion injuries, body parts being caught in or crushed by equipment, motor vehicle collisions, the body being struck by objects, the body striking against objects, falls to lower levels, same-level slips and falls, overexertion and unsafe acts.

1390 - Surviving the Fall: The Proper Use of Your Personal Fall Arrest System (DVD Only) 20 Min. / 2012

The proper use of a personal fall arrest system allows a worker to survive a fall, with minimal injury by not only preventing the falling worker from hitting the ground, but also by limiting the amount of force imparted onto the worker when the fall is arrested. In this program, viewers will see fall protection equipment deployed in actual fall events and learn the proper selection and use of these devices. In addition to safe work practices, such as 100 percent tie-off techniques, emphasis is placed on having a rescue plan in place should a fall occur.

1391 - Surviving the Fall: The Proper Use of Your Fall Arrest System (Short version) (DVD Only) 10 Min. / 2007

The proper use of a personal fall arrest system allows a worker to survive a fall, with minimal injury by not only preventing the falling worker from hitting the ground, but also by limiting the amount of force imparted onto the worker when the fall is arrested. In this program, viewers will see fall protection equipment deployed in actual fall events and learn the proper selection and use of these devices. In addition to safe work practices, such as 100 percent tie-off techniques, emphasis is placed on having a rescue plan in place should a fall occur.

1394 - Shattered-The Jeff Walters Story (DVD Only) 16 Min. /

Jeff Walters, a young newlywed, was more interested in earning the respect of his co-workers than being concerned for his own safety. After climbing the conveyor without doing a lockout or wearing fall protection, Jeff fell 19 feet when the conveyor started unexpectedly. This program teaches the critical safety lesson that risk-taking is never worth it and that any supposed reward of a shortcut is only a facade.

1400 - The Tallest Tool in the Tool Box: Using Ladders Safely (DVD Only) [CC] 15 Min. / 2013

Every worker, from experienced trade professional to the home handy-person, needs to know how to use their tools to get the job done right. When the job is above the ground, consider the ladder as another tool in the tool box that you need to know how to use to get the job done safely. This program reviews the safe work practices that must be followed to avoid injuries while climbing and working on ladders. Topics include selecting the right ladder for the job, ladder inspection, proper ladder setup, ensuring ladder stability, climbing and descending ladders safely and working safely on ladders.

1404 - Good Housekeeping: Everyone's Responsiblity (DVD Only) 17 Min. / 2013

Good housekeeping is everyone's responsibility. It doesn't matter what position you hold or what type of task you are performing; keeping your work area tidy and free of clutter should be every employee's obligation. It's part of your commitment to safety and your actions go a long way in showing your co-workers that you want everyone to go home safe at the end of each day.

1405 - Ladder Safety (DVD Only) 17 Min. / 2013

Ladders are a pretty common and useful fixture both on and off the job. Most of us have probably used one or more types of ladders in our lifetime and you may feel familiar with and comfortable working with ladders, but there’s more to working safely with ladders than just setting one up and climbing it. •Selecting the right ladder for the job. •Inspecting ladders. •Transporting and setting up ladders. •Ascending and descending ladders with "3 points of contact". •Working on ladders safely with the "belt buckle rule". •Additional safety tips when using ladders.

289 - Working Safely at Height 17 Min. / 2003

291 - Slips, Trips, and Falls (VHS & DVD) / 1988

Re-enactments of common incidents.

293 - High Impact Fall Protection (*Very Graphic*) 19 Min. / 1997

295 - Scaffolds: Safety at All Levels [CC] 18 Min. / 1997

Role of competent person, assembly, inspection, and fall protection.

299 - Fall Arrest Systems 15 Min. / 2003

300 - Falls in the Workplace 11 Min. / 2003

301 - Ladder Safety: A Practical Approach 19 Min. / 2006

Covers basic precautions that will keep employees safe when using ladders and consequences of failing to follow these safe work practices. Includes: selecting the right ladder, transporting, setting-up on uneven/unstable surfaces or rounded objects, standing/working on ladders safely and use of multi-function ladders.

559 - Small Falls Are A Big Deal (Spanish) (VHS & DVD) 19 Min. / 2004

Topics include the importance of wearing proper footwear, recognizing and controlling slip and tip hazards, transitional area and changing walking surface conditions, correcting fall hazards, situational awareness and moving from one level to another.

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Injury Management / Workers' Comp. / OSHA Recordkeeping

1399 - Back to Work – Back to Safety (DVD Only) 19 Min. / 2013

Distraction, falling out of routine, reporting for work exhausted, forgetting about common hazards, not being aware of workplace changes, frustration, poor job planning and organization, depression and mood swings are all common contributors to workplace incidents after spending time away from work. This program explains and illustrates each of these issues through a series of examples, testimonials and incident reenactments.

164 - Back in Shape / 2000

Good video for general back care, health & fitness. Doesn’t pertain to lifting.

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Rigging

1311 - Industrial Crane Safety (DVD) 21 Min. /

Operator training and authorization, three types of crane inspections, three most common hitches, sling angles & force of load, before lifting the load and safely lifting & moving a load. Also available in Spanish. See Spanish Section.

1318 - High Impact: Crane Safety (VHS & DVD) 18 Min. /

5-reenactments of accidents involving indoor cranes, safe work practices, inspections of crane & components, how to determine weight of load capacity of crane, hand signals and safe work procedures for crane repair.

222 - Overhead Cranes: Safe Operation 18 Min. / 1995

223 - Inspection, Care and Storage of Slings / 1994

224 - Crane Safety 14 Min. / 1995

226 - Industrial Crane Safety (DVD) 20 Min. / 2007

This new video demonstrates the safe work practices and pre-cautions necessary to keep these employees and their co-workers out of harms way while cranes and hoists are being rigged or operated. (Also available in Spanish)

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Office Safety / Office Ergonomics / Video Display Terminals

1352 - Office Injury Prevention (DVD Only) 18 Min. / 2002

Nearly 40,000 office workers suffer disabling injuries every year. Many common causes of office injuries are covered in this program including: housekeeping, slips/trips/fall prevention, proper lifting, and strains just to name a few.

1371 - Ergonomics for the 21st Century (DVD Only) 14 min. / 2007

Ergonomics is the science of arranging and adjusting the work environment to fit the employee's body. It applies to every job and every type of workstation, and is each employee's responsibility that they are aware of ergonomic hazards and take the steps to reduce them.

1389 - Office Material Handling 2012 (DVD Only) [CC] 19 Mins. / 2012

Video covers material handling in an office setting. Research indicates that unsafe material handling is the most common cause of work related injuries in the office. These injuries cause personal suffering and loss of income and also cost businesses and national economies.

1417 - Active Shooter & Workplace Violence (DVD Only) 10 min / 2014

Emergencies involving violence are unfortunately a real possibility in today's workplace. This can also include encountering an active shooter on the premises. One of your job responsibilities is to be prepared and know how to respond should such an emergency occur at your workplace. Knowing the proper procedures to follow during an emergency could mean the difference between life and death. *"Active Shooter & Workplace Violence" footage from American Training Resources program entitled, Emergency Preparedness & Response (EPR).”

216 - Office Fire & Evacuation [CC] 18 Min. / 1997

The video demonstrates what to do in a fire emergency and shows personnel how to evacuate a building quickly and calmly. Emergency control measures are also discussed long with common office emergencies.

354 - Safety in the Office (Safety Pays series) / 1992

519 - Violence On The Job (DVD) 27 Min. / 2004

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MSDS / Hazard Communication / Chemicals

1254 - Hazard Communication: Right to Know (DVD) /

This video will discuss types of physical and health hazards, how chemicals enter the body, how to read the information contained on chemical labels, Material Safety Data Sheets (MSDS) and the wrong way and right way to drive home the message.

1285 - HAZCOM: Employee Training (DVD) 12 Min. /

This video explains what information is contained on chemical labels and on a MSDS. Introduces the written hazcom plan & typical training session. Also available in Spanish DVD only

1334 - Hazard Communication Training for Employees 17 Min. / 2008

This program explains how employees can work safely with chemicals by understanding the key elements of your organization's Hazard Communication Program.

1388 - Hazard Communication & The Global Harmonizing System (DVD Only) 22 Min. / 2012

Implementing the Globally Harmonized System, or GHS, helps ensure improved quality and consistency in the classification and labeling of all chemicals, which in turn improves an employee's ability to quickly understand critical safety information. This program is designed to help employees understand the three key elements of the GHS: Hazard Classification, Container Labeling and Safety Data Sheets.

1401 - Concise Hazard Communication & The Global Harmonizing System Employee Training (DVD Only) [CC] 12 Min. / 2013

This short concise program is designed to help employees understand the three key elements of the GHS: Hazard Classification, Container Labeling and Safety Data Sheets.

361 - MSDS: READ IT BEFORE YOU NEED IT /

362 - High-Impact Hazard Communication Training 19 Min. / 2002

366 - HAZARD COMMUNICATION /

374 - X-RAY Diffraction Hazards 9 Min. / 1999

375 - Chemical Storage Hazards 11 Min. / 1999

376 - Centrifugation Hazards 9 Min. / 1999

377 - Assessing Risks of Toxic Chemicals 11 Min. / 1999

378 - Mammalian Cell Culture Hazards 8 Min. / 1999

379 - Radionuclide Hazards 8 Min. / 1999

382 - Hazard Communication for Public Employees 19 Min. / 2007

This important training program will provide your employees with elementary knowledge of dangerous chemicals: what they are and how to work with them safely.

470 - Safety Now 18 Min. / 2000

Introduces employee to those safety principles of importance in their day to day tasks. This video explores the topics of risk management, PPE, handling hazardous material, good housekeeping, lockout/Tagout, manual handling and fire safety.

552 - Hazard Communication: The Road to Safety (Spanish) 16 Min. / 1995

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Machinery & Tools

1263 - Powered Hand Tool Safety (DVD) /

This program explains general safety principles related to the use of a wide range of electric and pneumatic tools as well as risks, safety procedures and personal protective equipment applicable to particular tools. Included are demonstrations showing safe techniques for the use of a range of powered hand tools.

1283 - High Impact Metal Working Safety (DVD) 19 Min. /

Machine actions and hazards, maintaining mental concentration, personal protective equipment. (Video applies to all machines - not just metal working machines.)

1290 - Conveyer Safety in the Workplace (DVD) 17 Min. /

Hazards posed by conveyor systems and the safe work practices that employees must follow to prevent injuries. Testimonials from injured workers. Topics include shear, pinch & nip points, guarding, employee contact, maintenance, signs, housekeeping, & emergency stop devices

1350 - Operator Safety Training for Mechanical Power Presses / 2001

Covers the basic safety principals of using mechanical power presses.

1359 - Maintaining Your Safety (DVD) 20 Min. / 2010

Maintenance workers maintain all aspects of operations and equipment. They are such an important part of the process that they feel pressure to get all repairs done fast! In this program, In addition to developing and maintaining a good safety attitude, other topics include: job hazard analysis, lockout/tagout, ladder safety, elevated work platforms, fall protection, use of hand and power tools, electrical safety and arc flash protection.

1363 - Safety's Top 10 Causes of Workplace Injury (DVD Only) 19 Min. / 2010

Topics include the prevention of the following causes of workplace injuries: workplace violence, repetitive motion injuries, body parts being caught in or crushed by equipment, motor vehicle collisions, the body being struck by objects, the body striking against objects, falls to lower levels, same-level slips and falls, overexertion and unsafe acts.

1380 - High Impact: Power Tool Safety (DVD) 17 Min. / 2010

Topics include inspecting tools before use, selecting the proper tool for the job, being trained and authorized to use tools and correct body placement and tool positioning. Electrical extension cords, GFCI’s, dangers of compressed air, avoiding horseplay, recognizing fire hazards and using proper PPE are also covered.

385 - Equipment and Machine Guarding / 1996

404 - Conveyor Safety in the Workplace 18 Min. / 2002

408 - Working Safely with Hand & Power Tools (VHS & DVD) 17 Min. / 2004

Viewers are shown the basic safety rules that will greatly reduce the risk of injury during hand and power tool use. Safety Attitude and good judgment is needed when using tools. Equipment inspection & PPE is also discussed.

409 - Machine Guarding Hazards (DVD) 14 Min. /

This program covers various hazards, the importance of guarding, safety devices, why guards must not be removed or bypassed and worker testimonials.

471 - In the Line of Fire (VHS & DVD) 14 Min. / 2006

The line separating safety from danger is sometimes quite small. This hazard recognition program discusses many workplace hazards: sudden release of tension & gravity, moving machinery and path of travel, flying debris, automated machinery, energy control and contact with stationary hazards.

558 - In the Line of Fire (Spanish) 14 Min. / 2006

The line separating safety from danger is sometimes quite small. This hazard recognition program discusses many workplace hazards: sudden release of tension & gravity, moving machinery and path of travel, flying debris, automated machinery, energy control and contact with stationary hazards.

582 - High Impact Lockout Tagout Safety (*Very Graphic*) 19 Min. / 1996

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Temperature / Weather

1298 - 101 Days of Summer Safety (DVD) 20 Min. /

This video provides a variety of safety tips that will help protect employees from common hazards of the summer season. Topics include summer driving, sunburn, heat related illnesses, sports, swimming, boating, personal watercraft, and unique hazards of unfamiliar areas in the summer.

1381 - Understanding & Preventing Heat Related Illness (DVD) 16 Min. / 2011

As the temperature rises this summer and we continue to perform our regular job duties, the potential for heat-related illnesses increases dramatically. Collectively known as heat stress, these illnesses are serious and can even cause death in some cases. Your employees must be vigilant in their efforts to prevent them. Illnesses include heat cramps, heat rash, heat syncope and the potentially fatal heat exhaustion and heat stroke, which account for over 400 worker deaths each year.

26 - Winter Driving: When The Rules Change 15 Min. / 2005

Video demonstrates the different hazards associated with driving in winter weather and how to properly adapt to those changing conditions.

413 - Heat Stress (DVD) 16 Min. / 1984

Topics include the body’s response to heat; causes and prevention of heat rash and heat cramps; and, the dangers, symptoms and first aid treatments associated with heat exhaustion and heat stroke. Becoming acclimated to hot environments and general precautions for preventing heat stress are also covered in the program

414 - Severe Weather Alert: Are You Prepared (DVD) 15 Min. / 2006

This DVD shows viewers the precautions they must take to remain safe during a severe thunderstorm or tornado. Includes emergency preparedness plans, severe weather watches & warnings, hazards of severer thunderstorms & tornadoes, and responding to severe weather.

553 - Heat Stress (Spanish) 16 Min. / 1988

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Rim Wheel Safety

423 - Reasons Behind the OSHA Rules 5 Min. / 1992

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Manbaskets

430 - Man Baskets / 1990

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General Safety / Safety Awareness

1256 - Box Cutter/ Utility Knife Safety (DVD Only) 8 Min. /

This video begins with a series of accidents caused by the unsafe use of utility knives. The mishaps are then carefully examined to reveal the underlying causes, as well as the precautionary steps, that would prevent similar incidents. Topics include proper use and handling of box cutters and utility knives, using the correct knife for the job, knife maintenance and inspection and proper blade changing and disposal Also available in Spanish on DVD only.

1269 - High Impact Safety Awareness (DVD) 18 Min. /

Increases employee awareness of common safety hazards.

1287 - The Dummy Series: Industrial Safety (DVD) 21 Min. /

This video covers many specific training subjects essential for new employees, while stressing the importance of a good safety attitude.

1298 - 101 Days of Summer Safety (DVD) 20 Min. /

This video provides a variety of safety tips that will help protect employees from common hazards of the summer season. Topics include summer driving, sunburn, heat related illnesses, sports, swimming, boating, personal watercraft, and unique hazards of unfamiliar areas in the summer.

1312 - Safety Bob’s Construction Safety Orientation (VHS & DVD) 22 Min. /

Discussion based video, topics to include injury prevention, ppe, excavation & trenching, ladder & scaffold safety, fall protection, electrical safety & a good safety attitude.

1316 - Close Calls & Near Misses (DVD) 17 Min. /

Stresses to employees the importance of reporting all close calls and near miss incidents so the proper action can be taken to improve work conditions and prevent injuries.

1332 - Ready, Willing and Able DVD 22 Min. /

Employees being ready, willing and able to give and accept constructive safety feedback is one of the most powerful and effective ways to improve workplace safety. In this unique presentation, Safety Professional Tom Harvey encourages viewers to have the confidence and courage to engage in a constructive safety conversation when a safety problem arises.

1335 - Just A Second Ago: The Brad Livingston Story 21 Min. / 2009

Story of Brad Livingston’s decision to violate safety procedures, take short cuts, and condoning fellow employee unsafe acts resulting in his world being literally blown apart. Discusses how it affected his life, his family, and those he worked with. He tells his story to help motivate a safety culture to understand why they must always work safely.

1336 - Preventing the Spread of Contagious Illness 21 Min. / 2009

DVD includes information about seasonal flu, avian flu, SARS and MRSA in addition to swine flu, explains the origins and symptoms of these illnesses as well as the general hygiene and prevention measures required to prevent spreading and contracting all contagious illnesses. The video stresses prevention and the personal responsibility required to avoid spreading an illness or infection. It also covers measures to take at home once you are infected and how to prepare for and respond to a pandemic of an illness.

1358 - Safety Most Wanted Episode 2: The Accomplices (DVD) 20 Min. / 2007

Tom Clark shines the spotlight on three injury-causing culprits: the prankster horseplay, the “get it done” cowboy” and the infectious apathy are each exposed as a source of workplace injury. Through co-worker interviews, incident reenactments and testimony from the culprits themselves, viewers learn how to defeat these safety culprits and maintain a safe workplace

1359 - Maintaining Your Safety (DVD) 20 Min. / 2010

Maintenance workers maintain all aspects of operations and equipment. They are such an important part of the process that they feel pressure to get all repairs done fast! In this program, In addition to developing and maintaining a good safety attitude, other topics include: job hazard analysis, lockout/tagout, ladder safety, elevated work platforms, fall protection, use of hand and power tools, electrical safety and arc flash protection.

1362 - It's Up To Me (DVD) 14 Min. / 2010

Like its predecessor "I Chose To Look the Other Way", this program is based on another popular poem by Don Merrell. Its powerful safety message is brought to life through the combination of program and poetry.

1363 - Safety's Top 10 Causes of Workplace Injury (DVD Only) 19 Min. / 2010

Topics include the prevention of the following causes of workplace injuries: workplace violence, repetitive motion injuries, body parts being caught in or crushed by equipment, motor vehicle collisions, the body being struck by objects, the body striking against objects, falls to lower levels, same-level slips and falls, overexertion and unsafe acts.

1365 - I Chose To Look The Other Way (DVD Only) 12 Min. / 2009

Based on the popular safety poem of the same name by Don Merrell, this powerful program shows how "speaking up" about unsafe acts can save lives and help to develop a positive safety culture.

1367 - Knock It Off w/ Jeff "Odie" Espenship (DVD Only) 18 Min. / 2010

Jeff “Odie” Espenship is a United States Air Force A-10 Warthog fighter pilot and international airline pilot. Anyone can call a knock it off, whether you’re fresh out of training or been with the company for 30 years. Anytime you hear a knock it off, you must call a time out and stop the work immediately. Once a knock it off has been called, you need to listen and reassess the situation to get everyone’s situational awareness up to speed before returning to work. • We can’t rely on luck to save us from situations where a knock it off should have been called immediately. • We must share close calls and other experiences that occur in the workplace because we are the only ones who know what really goes on when no one is looking over our shoulders. We should embrace a culture in which people feel compelled, if not duty-bound, to say something when they witness safety rules being broken no matter how silly or trivial it may seem.

1373 - Take Time for Safety (DVD Only) 16 Min. / 2010

Being in a hurry is not the real cause of incidents and injuries, but rather a symptom of poor planning, poor choices and poor time-management--all of which can be prevented by proper preparation and organization.

1382 - Cell Phones in the Workplace: A Dangerous Distraction (DVD) 13 Min. / 2011

This program discusses how sending and receiving text messages can cause us to lose focus on doing our jobs safely and efficiently as well as the importance of always following your company’s policy regarding cell phone use. Also featured are several workplace scenarios that illustrate the tragic consequences of ignoring these polices in order to text when it is unsafe or prohibited.

1384 - Miracle on the Hudson Prepare for Safety (DVD Only) 26 Min. / 2011

Captain Chesley "Sully" Sullenberger relives the fateful day that he was forced to land Flight 1549 in the Hudson River. He'll share how he helped save hundreds of lives by calling upon the 4 "C's" – Competence, Compassion, Commitment and Communication. Your employees will see how they can acquire and apply these same characteristics in their own life, both on and off-the-job

1385 - Stored Energy: The Hidden Hazard (DVD Only) 17 Min. / 2011

While most people think about lockout hazards when discussing "stored energy," potential and elastic stored energy can also be very dangerous. This program is designed to raise your employees' awareness of all types of stored energy hazards in the work environments where they can be found. What the various types of stored energy are and the hazards they present. Stored energy hazards found in receiving areas. The dangers of products that are stored in bulk. Hazards of loaded pallets and other warehouse equipment.

1392 - Violence on the Job (DVD Only) [CC] 21 Min. / 2007

Center for Disease Control: Practical measures for identifying risk factors for violence at work, and taking strategic action to keep employees safe.

1402 - Leading the Way-Skills for Supervisors (DVD Only) 14 / 2011

Program will help supervisors improve leadership skills and give some effective team building tips. Topics: Leading effectively, building the team, focusing on safety, communication skills and time management.

1403 - Combustible Dust (DVD Only) 8 Min. / 2012

If a combustible dust explosion occurs, it often results in severe injuries, burns or deaths. Employees can reduce the potential for dust explosions by being aware of the risks and following safe work practices to mitigate those risks as well as by following the company's emergency contingency plan.

1404 - Good Housekeeping: Everyone's Responsiblity (DVD Only) 17 Min. / 2013

Good housekeeping is everyone's responsibility. It doesn't matter what position you hold or what type of task you are performing; keeping your work area tidy and free of clutter should be every employee's obligation. It's part of your commitment to safety and your actions go a long way in showing your co-workers that you want everyone to go home safe at the end of each day.

1407 - Job Safety Analysis, Safety Awareness and You (DVD Only) 16 Min. / 2012

There are a variety of methods used to protect workers from workplace hazards but all workplace injury prevention methods require an understanding and awareness of the workplace hazards to which workers may be exposed. In other words, the company and the worker must be aware of a workplace hazard before that workplace hazard can be controlled. A Job Safety Analysis or JSA, is a valuable risk assessment tool used to help accomplish this goal. This safety training video discusses the important roles played by both management and employees in recognizing and controlling workplace hazards and how this shared duty of hazard recognition and safety awareness aids in workplace injury prevention

1411 - Emergency Preparedness & Response (DVD Only) 22 Min. / 2013

Knowing the proper procedures to follow during an emergency could mean the difference between life and death. The purpose of this program is to familiarize viewers with basic emergency response practices that will help them be prepared for and respond to a crisis or an emergency.

1413 - Conflict Communication Skills (DVD Only) 14 Min / 2014

At some point in your work history, you will encounter some form of hostility. Whether it's an upset co-worker or a dissatisfied customer, your response can make the difference between a stressful or a pleasant work environment. The nature of hostility and how it affects those in the workplace. Basic conflict communication skills and how they can be used to defuse hostility. How to deal with people who do not respond rationally.

1417 - Active Shooter & Workplace Violence (DVD Only) 10 min / 2014

Emergencies involving violence are unfortunately a real possibility in today's workplace. This can also include encountering an active shooter on the premises. One of your job responsibilities is to be prepared and know how to respond should such an emergency occur at your workplace. Knowing the proper procedures to follow during an emergency could mean the difference between life and death. *"Active Shooter & Workplace Violence" footage from American Training Resources program entitled, Emergency Preparedness & Response (EPR).”

159 - Industrial Ergonomics 17 Min. / 2003

Practical approach to industrial ergonomic issues.

287 - Slips, Trips & Falls (VHS & DVD) 12 Min. / 2004

288 - Small Falls Are A Big Deal (VHS & DVD) 19 Min. / 2004

Topics include the importance of wearing proper footwear, recognizing and controlling slip and tip hazards, transitional area and changing walking surface conditions, correcting fall hazards, situational awareness and moving from one level to another.

437 - Unsafe Acts 15 Min. / 2004

449 - Recognition, Evaluation & Control of Hazards / 1991

455 - Safety and the Human Factor / 1993

457 - Some Mistakes Last Forever (Very Graphic) VHS 19 Min. / 1995

Attention-grabber! Features a reenactment of a graphic accident.

458 - High Impact Awareness (*Very Graphic*) 18 Min. / 1996

This video describes the importance of the 3 rules of personal protection: 1) Always take responsibility for your personal safety; 2)Never attempt to perform any task unless you have been trained and authorized; 3) Always follow job procedures and company rules

460 - Life and Death Series: Industrial Safety Attitudes (VHS & DVD) 19 Min. / 1999

This video explains various ways to communicate safety to staff and management.

462 - The Dummy Series Industrial Safety 19 Min. / 2003

Features “dummies” who have fallen down on their commitment to safety. Uses humor to represent real-life workers who commit unsafe acts.

470 - Safety Now 18 Min. / 2000

Introduces employee to those safety principles of importance in their day to day tasks. This video explores the topics of risk management, PPE, handling hazardous material, good housekeeping, lockout/Tagout, manual handling and fire safety.

472 - Do It For Me 16 Min. / 2007

General safety video where we witness children using common excuses to not wear safety gear and show how adults are using the same excuses. Video demonstrates how to change “childlike” attitudes toward safety.

477 - What's Your Excuse [CC] 16 min. / 2008

This program features many common workplace examples of people using excuses to justify unsafe acts. Our goal is to help viewers recognize risky excuses so they can stop, think and make a better choice.

519 - Violence On The Job (DVD) 27 Min. / 2004

520 - Watch Out for Assault: Staying Safe and Secure 13 Min. / 1993

522 - A Fighting Chance: Self – Defense Strategies for Women 72 Min. / 1993

523 - Dying to Work: Violence in the Workplace (For Employers) 43 Min. / 1995

524 - Violence in the Workplace 10 Min. / 1995

525 - Preventing Workplace Violence (DVD Only) 18 Min. / 2009

Incidents of aggressive behavior and physical conflict are less dramatic than robbery and murder but far more frequent. The effects of these incidents on employee morale are cumulative as stress builds and tempers flair until the situation becomes explosive. This video explains exactly what constitutes workplace violence and how employees should respond to it. Viewers will learn the warning signs that indicate that confrontation is possible and why it is important to report all incidents that involve aggressive behavior.

537 - Workplace Violence: The Calm Before the Storm (VHS) [CC] 25 Min. / 1994

This program is designed to help supervisors and employees identify the warning signs of workplace violence and methods to prevent it.

538 - Workplace Violence: First Line of Defense (Supervisors) 30 Min. / 1994

This program shows how to protect employees through a managed organizational response

557 - Maintenance Safety (*High Impact*) (Spanish) 19 Min. / 2002

593 - General Electrical Principles (VHS & DVD) 18 Min. / 2003

This video is designed to provide basic electrical safety training for employees who work around electrical equipment but aren’t qualified electricians.

605 - Remember Charlie 56 Min. /

Deeply moving portrayal of the devastating real-life consequences of the abuse of safety procedures. Motivates audiences to handle all aspects of their lives with greater awareness and appreciation of safety.

609 - Warehouse Manual Handling (The New Approach) 21 Min. / 2002

Latest warehouse manual handling techniques are demonstrated. Musculoskeletal disorders are explained and risk identification, assessment, and control are also covered.

610 - Maintenance Safety (High Impact) (VHS & DVD) 19 Min. / 2002

Re-enactments of actual workplace injury scenarios to motivate your employees to follow approved work practices.

611 - Maintenance Safety / Hazard Assessment 17 Min. / 2003

Job Safety Analysis – How to look at the duties your employees perform to recognize potential hazards that may cause injury, illness, or death.

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Bloodborne Pathogens

1289 - Bloodborne Pathogens (DVD) [CC] 11 Min. /

Provides an understanding of Bloodborne Pathogens and how they can enter the human body; preventing exposure, co-worker injuries and clean up of other potential infectious materials.

1337 - Bloodborne Pathogens Training for Employees (DVD) 18 Min. / 2009

Whether you work in transportation, manufacturing, retail, government, emergency services or any other occupation; one day you will have to deal with a situation that involves potentially infected blood. Video covers basic awareness of Universal precautions, How to effectively respond to an injured co-worker while preventing exposure and other steps to avoid exposures and clean up of potentially infected materials.

202 - Respirators: Your TB Defense and TB Respiratory Protection (DVD) 48 Min. / 2002

Designed to educate health care workers on proper respiratory protection. Administrator’ Review takes you step by step through developing a respiratory protection program for TB.

465 - Bloodborne Pathogens 11 Min. / 1999

473 - As It Should Be Done: Workplace Precautions Against 24 Min. / 1990

475 - Hidden Dangers: HBV and the Healthcare Worker / 1992

476 - Universal Precautions (For Schools & Daycare Centers) / 1993

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Medical Emergencies

1253 - First Aid: Until Help Arrives (DVD) /

In this program, best-selling author/EMT Martin Lesperance shares experiences and tips he's learned from 25 years of working in emergency services while showing viewers how to respond in a variety of emergency situations.

1336 - Preventing the Spread of Contagious Illness 21 Min. / 2009

DVD includes information about seasonal flu, avian flu, SARS and MRSA in addition to swine flu, explains the origins and symptoms of these illnesses as well as the general hygiene and prevention measures required to prevent spreading and contracting all contagious illnesses. The video stresses prevention and the personal responsibility required to avoid spreading an illness or infection. It also covers measures to take at home once you are infected and how to prepare for and respond to a pandemic of an illness.

202 - Respirators: Your TB Defense and TB Respiratory Protection (DVD) 48 Min. / 2002

Designed to educate health care workers on proper respiratory protection. Administrator’ Review takes you step by step through developing a respiratory protection program for TB.

480 - Medical Emergencies in the Workplace I: Life Sustaining Response 13 Min. / 1992

483 - Emergency Action Plan: The Team Approach 19 Min. / 2007

The basic aspects of life-saving emergency action planning, including evacuation procedures, importance of simulations and the responsibilities of all personnel.

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Head Injury

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Tuberculosis

202 - Respirators: Your TB Defense and TB Respiratory Protection (DVD) 48 Min. / 2002

Designed to educate health care workers on proper respiratory protection. Administrator’ Review takes you step by step through developing a respiratory protection program for TB.

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Medication

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Mine Safety and Health

1267 - MSHA Hearing Conservation Employee Training (DVD) 11 Min. / 2001

Stresses to miners the importance of wearing hearing protection at all times when hazardous noise levels are presents. Topics include effects of noise on hearing, conservation program, medical surveillance, assessment and selection/use of hearing protection. Also available in Spanish on DVD only. See Spanish video section.

1410 - MSHA Surface Miner Training (3 Disc/DVD Set) 8+ Hours Total Training / 2008

The federal government’s Mine Safety and Health Administration (MSHA) requires mandatory training of surface miners. The twenty-seven-module Surface Miner Training curriculum (over 8 hours) is designed to help mine owners and operators meet the MSHA training requirements. The information provided in the courses is based on the insights and knowledge of experienced miners, extensive industry research, and MSHA best practices, and can be used in conjunction with supervised, on-site training as part of an approved training plan.Mine owners and operators can use Surface Miner Training courses to help provide the following training mandated under Title 30 CFR Part 46: New Miner Training, Newly Hired Experienced Miner Training, New Task Training, and Annual Refresher Training. Disk 1 covers: Introduction to Miner Training, Introduction to Mining Environment Hazard Recognition and Avoidance, Emergency Procedures Disk 2 covers: Health and Safety Aspects of Tasks, Statutory Rights of Miners, Line of Authority, Hazard Reporting Rules and Procedures Disk 3 covers: Respiratory Devices, First Aid

526 - GRAVEL PITS (GOOD BERMS SAVE LIVES) /

555 - Fall Protection (Spanish) 13 / 2002

556 - Lightning in Mining (Spanish) 14 / 2002

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Violence 

1363 - Safety's Top 10 Causes of Workplace Injury (DVD Only) 19 Min. / 2010

Topics include the prevention of the following causes of workplace injuries: workplace violence, repetitive motion injuries, body parts being caught in or crushed by equipment, motor vehicle collisions, the body being struck by objects, the body striking against objects, falls to lower levels, same-level slips and falls, overexertion and unsafe acts.

1374 - Managing High Risk Situations (DVD Only) [CC] 15 Min. / 2011

Employees and managers must be able to recognize and contain situations before they escalate into violent events. This program is an UPDATED version of the program entitled "Preventing Violence in the Workplace" (#525). Five realistic scenarios addresses some potential root causes of violent behavior, such as: termination, paranoia, estranged spouse / stalking, disciplinary action and sabotage.

1392 - Violence on the Job (DVD Only) [CC] 21 Min. / 2007

Center for Disease Control: Practical measures for identifying risk factors for violence at work, and taking strategic action to keep employees safe.

1413 - Conflict Communication Skills (DVD Only) 14 Min / 2014

At some point in your work history, you will encounter some form of hostility. Whether it's an upset co-worker or a dissatisfied customer, your response can make the difference between a stressful or a pleasant work environment. The nature of hostility and how it affects those in the workplace. Basic conflict communication skills and how they can be used to defuse hostility. How to deal with people who do not respond rationally.

1417 - Active Shooter & Workplace Violence (DVD Only) 10 min / 2014

Emergencies involving violence are unfortunately a real possibility in today's workplace. This can also include encountering an active shooter on the premises. One of your job responsibilities is to be prepared and know how to respond should such an emergency occur at your workplace. Knowing the proper procedures to follow during an emergency could mean the difference between life and death. *"Active Shooter & Workplace Violence" footage from American Training Resources program entitled, Emergency Preparedness & Response (EPR).”

519 - Violence On The Job (DVD) 27 Min. / 2004

520 - Watch Out for Assault: Staying Safe and Secure 13 Min. / 1993

522 - A Fighting Chance: Self – Defense Strategies for Women 72 Min. / 1993

523 - Dying to Work: Violence in the Workplace (For Employers) 43 Min. / 1995

524 - Violence in the Workplace 10 Min. / 1995

525 - Preventing Workplace Violence (DVD Only) 18 Min. / 2009

Incidents of aggressive behavior and physical conflict are less dramatic than robbery and murder but far more frequent. The effects of these incidents on employee morale are cumulative as stress builds and tempers flair until the situation becomes explosive. This video explains exactly what constitutes workplace violence and how employees should respond to it. Viewers will learn the warning signs that indicate that confrontation is possible and why it is important to report all incidents that involve aggressive behavior.

537 - Workplace Violence: The Calm Before the Storm (VHS) [CC] 25 Min. / 1994

This program is designed to help supervisors and employees identify the warning signs of workplace violence and methods to prevent it.

538 - Workplace Violence: First Line of Defense (Supervisors) 30 Min. / 1994

This program shows how to protect employees through a managed organizational response

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Evacuation

1417 - Active Shooter & Workplace Violence (DVD Only) 10 min / 2014

Emergencies involving violence are unfortunately a real possibility in today's workplace. This can also include encountering an active shooter on the premises. One of your job responsibilities is to be prepared and know how to respond should such an emergency occur at your workplace. Knowing the proper procedures to follow during an emergency could mean the difference between life and death. *"Active Shooter & Workplace Violence" footage from American Training Resources program entitled, Emergency Preparedness & Response (EPR).”

214 - Fire Extinguishers: How & When? (VHS & DVD) 15 Min. / 2001

This program stresses to viewers the importance of making the right decision when a workplace fire breaks out. What class, fire extinguisher needed, and is the fire incipient stage. Fight or flight. Also available in Spanish on DVD only.

216 - Office Fire & Evacuation [CC] 18 Min. / 1997

The video demonstrates what to do in a fire emergency and shows personnel how to evacuate a building quickly and calmly. Emergency control measures are also discussed long with common office emergencies.

218 - Stop It Buring [CC] 15 Min. / 1999

This video shows the basic principles of fire and fire extinguishment. It describes the basic types of fire, extinguisher agents and methods of extinguishment.

240 - HazMat/WMD Awareness 25 Min. / 2006

Designed for plant personnel, security guards, police, highway workers, firefighters and EMTs who may be first on the scene of a hazmat incident. This exciting, action-filled program shows Awareness Level personnel initiating emergency actions that bring about positive outcomes. Includes NFPA 471, Competencies for Responders to Hazardous Materials & Weapons of Mass Destruction Incidents.

483 - Emergency Action Plan: The Team Approach 19 Min. / 2007

The basic aspects of life-saving emergency action planning, including evacuation procedures, importance of simulations and the responsibilities of all personnel.

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Foreign Language

1251 - Respiratory Protection Program; Management Version (DVD) (Spanish) 20 Min. /

This video provides an overview of the employer’s responsibilities and discusses key components of a proper Respiratory Protection Program.

1255 - Hazard Communication: Right to Know (DVD) (Spanish) /

This video will discuss types of physical and health hazards, how chemicals enter the body, how to read the information contained on chemical labels, Material Safety Data Sheets (MSDS) and the wrong way and right way to drive home the message.

1257 - Box Cutter/ Utility Knife Safety (DVD) (Spanish) /

This video begins with a series of accidents caused by the unsafe use of utility knives. The mishaps are then carefully examined to reveal the underlying causes, as well as the precautionary steps, that would prevent similar incidents. Topics include proper use and handling of box cutters and utility knives, using the correct knife for the job, knife maintenance and inspection and proper blade changing and disposal.

1259 - High Impact “Qualified” Electrical Safety (DVD) (Spanish) /

This video covers most of the training requirements and safe work practices for qualified workers outlined in OSHA 1910 subpart (S). Topics include arching, arch blast, protective clothing, limited approach boundaries, use of voltage-rated gloves and other PPE, Performing live work and de-energizing equipment.

1261 - High Impact Electrical Safety (DVD) (Spanish) /

This program presents 10 accidents, their causes & their prevention.

1265 - High Impact; Forklift Safety (DVD) (Spanish) 20 Min. /

This video re-created eight accidents to show life threatening consequences of incorrect and unsafe lift truck operation

1268 - MSHA Hearing conservation Employee Training (DVD) (Spanish) /

This program stresses to miners the importance of wearing hearing protection at all times when working in areas where hazardous noise levels are present. Topics include effects of noise, hearing conservation program, medical surveillance, exposure assessments and selection/use of hearing protection.

1270 - High Impact Safety Awareness (DVD) ( Spanish) 18 Min. /

Increases employee awareness of common safety hazards

1272 - Safety Leadership for Everyone (DVD) (Spanish) 22 Min. /

Tom Harvey, Safety professional, discusses traits that make a good safety leader. Several true-to-life situations are used to illustrate his points. Topics include connecting safety messages with actions, setting examples, why safety prizes don’t work, recognizing safe actions of co-workers and “employee-powered” safety.

1274 - Fall Arrest Systems (DVD) (Spanish) /

This video shows viewers how too properly select and use personal fall arrest systems (PFAS) so they can work safely above ground. Topics include forces involved in falls, components of the PFAS, inspection of, selection of, legal tie-off points, and calculating the fall distance

1278 - Ladder Safety: A Practical Approach (DVD) (Spanish) 19 Min. /

Covers basic precautions that will keep employees safe when using ladders and consequences of failing to follow these safe work practices. Includes: selecting the right ladder, transporting, setting-up on uneven / unstable surfaces or rounded objects, standing / working on ladders safely and use of multi-function ladders.

1280 - Lessons Learned From An Arch Flash Tragedy (DVD) (Spanish) /

This video shows a real life tragedy resulting in life altering physical injuries. Mark received 2nd & 3rd degree burns when he did not follow good work practices. Topics include dangers of electrical work, hazards of jewelry, & flammable clothing, and proper PPE including clothing and tools.

1281 - With All Due Respect (DVD) (Spanish) 18 min. / 2003

Video on sexual harassment in the workplace not being tolerated.

1282 - Machine Guarding Hazards (DVD) (Spanish) 14 Min. /

Machine hazards identified and control measures to be taken; injured employee testimony after removing/bypassing guards.

1282 - Machine Guarding Hazards (DVD) (Spanish) 14 Min. /

Machine hazards identified and control measures to be taken; injured employee testimony after removing/bypassing guards.

1284 - High Impact Metal Working Safety (DVD) (Spanish) 19 Min. /

Machine actions and hazards, maintaining mental concentration, personal protective equipment. (Video applies to all machines - not just metal working machines.)

1286 - HAZCOM: Employee Training (DVD) (Spanish) /

This video explains what information is contained on chemical labels and on a MSDS. Introduces the written hazcom plan & typical training session.

1288 - The Dummy Series: Industrial Safety (DVD) (Spanish) 21 Min. /

This video covers many specific training subjects essential for new employees, while stressing the importance of a good safety attitude

1291 - Conveyer Safety in the Workplace (DVD) (Spanish) 17 Min. /

Hazards posed by conveyor systems and the safe work practices that employees must follow to prevent injuries. Testimonials from injured workers. Topics include shear, pinch & nip points, guarding, employee contact, maintenance, signs, housekeeping, & emergency stop devices

1293 - PPE: The Right Choice (DVD) (Spanish) 16 Min. / 2002

This video features actual industrial workers who describe the impact of their decisions regarding the use of PPE.

1295 - MORE High Impact: PPE (DVD) (Spanish) /

This program discusses the proper selection and use of PPE and shows painful examples of making poor decisions concerning our protection.

1297 - High Impact Workplace Safety (DVD) (Spanish) 20 Min. / 2002

This video reviews the causes of several workplace deaths and injuries and what we must do to prevent similar incidents from happening to us. Topics include PPE, training, authorization, safe work practices, dangers of shortcuts, LO/TO, signs & Hazcom.

1299 - 101 Days of Summer Safety (DVD) (Spanish) 20 Min. /

This video provides a variety of safety tips that will help protect employees from common hazards of the summer season. Topics include summer driving, sunburn, heat related illnesses, sports, swimming, boating, personal watercraft, and unique hazards of unfamiliar areas in the summer.

1300 - High Impact Welding Safety (DVD) (Spanish) 19 Min. /

This powerful program uses 6 accident recreations to remind viewers that welding and cutting operations are inherently dangerous and workers who weld must follow all safety rules to protect themselves from serious injury or death.

1302 - High Impact Fall Safety (DVD) (Spanish) 20 Min. / 1997

This video re-creates 10 accidents to show employees that short cuts and other common safety mistakes can lead to painful and sometimes fatal falls.

1303 - General Electrical Principles (DVD) (Spanish) 18 Min. /

This video is designed to provide basic electrical safety training for employees who work around electrical equipment but aren’t qualified electricians.

1304 - Lockout/ Tagout Training for Employees (DVD) (Spanish) 16 Min. /

Topics include types of energy sources, the energy control plan, situations requiring lo/to, lo/to devices, procedures and special lockout situations.

1305 - Eye Safety (High Impact) (DVD) (Spanish) 20 Min. /

This video reenacts work-related eye accidents. Features the personal accounts of six accident victims

1306 - Accidents Aren’t Just One of Those Things (DVD) ( Spanish) 20 Min. / 2006

20-year firefighter and paramedic veteran, Martin Lesperance, takes his experiences and molds them into entertaining and thought-provoking safety presentations on preventing accidents. General Audience.

1307 - Accident Investigation For Everyone (DVD) (Spanish) 22 Min. /

This program will help everyone involved in an investigation understand their roles in the process. Common mistakes made, how to make the right changes to prevent injuries and improve workplace safety

1310 - Fire Prevention Safety (DVD) (Spanish) 19 Min. /

This program shows viewers the steps they can take to prevent a workplace fire & what to do if one starts. Types and use of extinguishers, classes of fires and emergency procedures

1313 - Construction Safety Orientation (DVD) (Spanish) 22 Min. /

Discussion based video, topics to include injury prevention, ppe, excavation & trenching, ladder & scaffold safety, fall protection, electrical safety & a good safety attitude.

1315 - The Dummy Series: Back Safety (DVD) (Spanish) 14 Min. /

This video provides employees a basic awareness of several painful back injuries; topics include components of the spine, causes of injuries due to strains/sprains and exercise and good posture to prevent

1317 - Close Calls & Near Misses (DVD) (Spanish) 17 Min. /

Stresses to employees the importance of reporting all close calls and near miss incidents so the proper action can be taken to improve work conditions and prevent injuries.

1319 - High Impact: Crane Safety (DVD) (Spanish) 18 Min. /

5-reenactments of accidents involving indoor cranes, safe work practices, inspections of crane & components, how to determine weight of load capacity of crane, hand signals and safe work procedures for crane repair

1321 - Hearing Loss Prevention (DVD) (Spanish) 14 Min. /

Demonstrate to employees the importance of wearing proper hearing protection in all situations where noise can be hazardous. Types of hearing protection, symptoms of hearing loss and dangers of off-the-job noise.

1322 - Fire Extinguishers: How & When (DVD) (Spanish) 15 Min. /

This program stresses to viewers the importance of making the right decision when a workplace fire breaks out. What class, fire extinguisher needed, and is the fire incipient stage. Fight or flight

1324 - Compressed Air Safety (DVD) (Spanish) 17 Min. /

Working safely with compressed air to prevent injuries, four workplace incidents that illustrate compressed air hazards are hard to identify; dangers of cleaning with compressed air, injuries to the human body, hearing protection needed, inspection & maintenance of equipment

1325 - High Impact Hand Safety (DVD) (Spanish) 18 Min. /

Re-creates 15 work related accidents involving hands and fingers.

1326 - Preventing Motor Vehicle Collisions (DVD) (Spanish) 20 Min. /

Martin Lesperance, EMT, recalls stories of collision scenes he has attended to illustrate the consequences of the most common driving errors. Viewers will understand the importance of the 100% commitment to safe vehicle operation in preventing privately-owned vehicle collisions

1328 - Life & Death; Lockout/Tagout Safety (High Impact) (DVD) (Spanish) 19 Min. /

Topics of the program include employee complacency, training and authorization, the lo/to written procedures, isolating energy sources, use of lo/to devices and verification of Lo/to procedures

1329 - Working Safely with Hand and Power Tools (DVD) (Spanish) 17 Min. /

Viewers are shown the basic safety rules that will greatly reduce the risk of injury during hand and power tool use. Safety Attitude and good judgment is needed when using tools. Equipment inspection & PPE is also discussed

1330 - Back Injury Prevention (DVD) (Spanish) 15 Min. /

This video demonstrates exercises and safe lifting procedures that will help viewers to avoid painful back injuries; topics include ergonomics, posture, lift preparation, lifting precautions & how to respond to back pain.

1331 - Industrial Crane Safety (DVD) (Spanish) 21 Min. /

Operator training and authorization, three types of crane inspections, three most common hitches, sling angles & force of load, before lifting the load and safely lifting & moving a load.

1357 - Bloodborne Pathogens -Training for Employees (Spanish) (DVD) 18 Min. /

Whether you work in transportation, manufacturing, retail, government, emergency services or any other occupation; one day you will have to deal with a situation that involves potentially infected blood. Video covers basic awareness of Universal precautions, How to effectively respond to an injured co-worker while preventing exposure and other steps to avoid exposures and clean up of potentially infected materials.

1360 - I Chose To Look The Other Way (French) (DVD Only) 12 Min. / 2009

Based on the popular safety poem of the same name by Don Merrell, this powerful program shows how "speaking up" about unsafe acts can save lives and help to develop a positive safety culture.

1361 - Powerlift: Lifting Training That Works (Spanish) (DVD only) 19 Min. / 2008

Most of us have been trained to lift objects with the traditional bend your knees and keep your back straight technique, but it doesn't work. This method forces us to overuse our knees and legs and our backs still end up bearing the brunt of the load. Dr. Michael Schaefer has recognized the flaws of the conventional lifting technique and developed a safe, easy and stronger lifting position...The PowerLift

1372 - *"NEW* Maintaining Your Safety (DVD Spanish) 20 Min. / 2010

Maintenance workers maintain all aspects of operations and equipment. They are such an important part of the process that they feel pressure to get all repairs done fast! In this program, In addition to developing and maintaining a good safety attitude, other topics include: job hazard analysis, lockout/tagout, ladder safety, elevated work platforms, fall protection, use of hand and power tools, electrical safety and arc flash protection.

226 - Industrial Crane Safety (DVD) (Spanish) 20 Min. / 2007

This new video demonstrates the safe work practices and pre-cautions necessary to keep these employees and their co-workers out of harms way while cranes and hoists are being rigged or operated.

551 - Eye Protection: Why Gamble (Spanish) 14 Min. / 1991

552 - Hazard Communication: The Road to Safety (Spanish) 16 Min. / 1995

553 - Heat Stress (Spanish) 16 Min. / 1988

554 - Back Protection: Defending Your Safety Zone (Spanish) 19 Min. / 1997

555 - Fall Protection (Spanish) 13 / 2002

556 - Lightning in Mining (Spanish) 14 / 2002

557 - Maintenance Safety (*High Impact*) (Spanish) 19 Min. / 2002

558 - In the Line of Fire (Spanish) 14 Min. / 2006

The line separating safety from danger is sometimes quite small. This hazard recognition program discusses many workplace hazards: sudden release of tension & gravity, moving machinery and path of travel, flying debris, automated machinery, energy control and contact with stationary hazards.

559 - Small Falls Are A Big Deal (Spanish) (VHS & DVD) 19 Min. / 2004

Topics include the importance of wearing proper footwear, recognizing and controlling slip and tip hazards, transitional area and changing walking surface conditions, correcting fall hazards, situational awareness and moving from one level to another.

565 - One Will Die: The John Martin Story (Spanish) 20 Min. / 2005

Re-enactment of an industrial accident that strongly demonstrates why personal protective equipment should be worn and safety practices to be followed.

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Young Worker Safety

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Groundskeeping

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Electrical Safety / Lockout Tagout

1258 - High Impact “Qualified” Electrical Safety (DVD) /

This video covers most of the training requirements and safe work practices for qualified workers outlined in OSHA 1910 subpart (S). Topics include arching, arch blast, protective clothing, limited approach boundaries, use of voltage-rated gloves and other PPE, Performing live work and de-energizing equipment.

1260 - High Impact Electrical Safety (DVD) /

This program presents 10 accidents, their causes & their prevention.

1262 - Life & Death Electrical Safety (DVD) /

This video focuses on the electrocution death of Donna Myers who made an unauthorized adjustment of a conveyor. The investigation uncovers poor workmanship of past contractors which if corrected could have saved Donna's life.

1279 - Lessons Learned From An Arch Flash Tragedy (VHS & DVD) /

This video shows a real life tragedy resulting in life altering physical injuries. Mark received 2nd & 3rd degree burns when he did not follow good work practices. Topics include dangers of electrical work, hazards of jewelry, & flammable clothing, and proper PPE including clothing and tools.

1312 - Safety Bob’s Construction Safety Orientation (VHS & DVD) 22 Min. /

Discussion based video, topics to include injury prevention, ppe, excavation & trenching, ladder & scaffold safety, fall protection, electrical safety & a good safety attitude.

1314 - Lockout/ Tagout Training for Employees (DVD) 16 Min. /

Topics include types of energy sources, the energy control plan, situations requiring lo/to, lo/to devices, procedures and special lockout situations Also available in Spanish on DVD only

1327 - Life & Death; Lockout/Tagout Safety (High Impact) (DVD) 19 Min. /

Topics of the program include employee complacency, training and authorization, the lo/to written procedures, isolating energy sources, use of lo/to devices and verification of lo/to procedures

1359 - Maintaining Your Safety (DVD) 20 Min. / 2010

Maintenance workers maintain all aspects of operations and equipment. They are such an important part of the process that they feel pressure to get all repairs done fast! In this program, In addition to developing and maintaining a good safety attitude, other topics include: job hazard analysis, lockout/tagout, ladder safety, elevated work platforms, fall protection, use of hand and power tools, electrical safety and arc flash protection.

1369 - Lockout/Tagout Authorized Employees (DVD Only) [CC] 16 Min. / 2005

This program explains the authorized employees’ responsibilities for lockout/tagout. Topics include identifying energy sources, methods of isolating & lockout devices, steps involved in the lockout process, shift changes & outside contractors and getting equipment back on line.

1380 - High Impact: Power Tool Safety (DVD) 17 Min. / 2010

Topics include inspecting tools before use, selecting the proper tool for the job, being trained and authorized to use tools and correct body placement and tool positioning. Electrical extension cords, GFCI’s, dangers of compressed air, avoiding horseplay, recognizing fire hazards and using proper PPE are also covered.

1385 - Stored Energy: The Hidden Hazard (DVD Only) 17 Min. / 2011

While most people think about lockout hazards when discussing "stored energy," potential and elastic stored energy can also be very dangerous. This program is designed to raise your employees' awareness of all types of stored energy hazards in the work environments where they can be found. What the various types of stored energy are and the hazards they present. Stored energy hazards found in receiving areas. The dangers of products that are stored in bulk. Hazards of loaded pallets and other warehouse equipment.

1386 - More High Impact: Lockout/Tagout Safety Training (DVD Only) 21 Min. / 2011

This dynamic program shows viewers that a commitment to lockout / tagout safety is the key to maintaining an injury-free workplace or even saving one's life. Filled with re-creations of actual accidents from OSHA files, this film has proven to be a highly effective training tool through its scared-straight, graphic nature. Viewer can select graphic or non-graphic version.

1387 - 2012 NFPA 70E: Electrical Safety in the Workplace (DVD Only) 26 Min. / 2012

The most recent 2012 NFPA 70E standard has many changes and updates as compared to the outdated 2009 edition. In this program, the dual hazards of electrical shock and arc flash are clearly explained and highlighted with dramatic arc flash footage, full-scale explosions and realistic re-enactments of flammable clothing ignition, etc. All to convince electrical workers of the need to follow these critical safe work practices.

1394 - Shattered-The Jeff Walters Story (DVD Only) 16 Min. /

Jeff Walters, a young newlywed, was more interested in earning the respect of his co-workers than being concerned for his own safety. After climbing the conveyor without doing a lockout or wearing fall protection, Jeff fell 19 feet when the conveyor started unexpectedly. This program teaches the critical safety lesson that risk-taking is never worth it and that any supposed reward of a shortcut is only a facade.

1414 - Electrical Safety for Everyone (DVD Only) 21 Min. / 2013

All workers should know and practice basic electrical safety. Video covers How electricity works and why it is dangerous. How resistance relates to the flow of electricity and Ohm's law. What the two concepts of electrical safety are. How employees can avoid contacting energized conductors. How grounding, double-insulated tools and GFCI’s protect workers from electric shock. How to respond to a shock event.

1415 - Electrical Safety for the Qualified Worker (DVD Only) 20 Min. / 2013

The purpose of this program is to explain the safety precautions these employees must always take to avoid needless tragedies while performing any type of electrical work. Video covers the definition of a "qualified" worker as well as its very important and specific meaning. Understanding the various approach boundaries and the shock hazard of electricity. Use and care of voltage-rated gloves and PPE. The Arc Flash hazard and establishing the Arc Flash Boundary. The four PPE Levels related to Arc Flash Protection. Creating and verifying an “electrically safe condition” or a “zero energy state”. The few exceptions and limited conditions to allow energized work.

470 - Safety Now 18 Min. / 2000

Introduces employee to those safety principles of importance in their day to day tasks. This video explores the topics of risk management, PPE, handling hazardous material, good housekeeping, lockout/Tagout, manual handling and fire safety.

471 - In the Line of Fire (VHS & DVD) 14 Min. / 2006

The line separating safety from danger is sometimes quite small. This hazard recognition program discusses many workplace hazards: sudden release of tension & gravity, moving machinery and path of travel, flying debris, automated machinery, energy control and contact with stationary hazards.

558 - In the Line of Fire (Spanish) 14 Min. / 2006

The line separating safety from danger is sometimes quite small. This hazard recognition program discusses many workplace hazards: sudden release of tension & gravity, moving machinery and path of travel, flying debris, automated machinery, energy control and contact with stationary hazards.

579 - Electrical Safety in the Workplace [CC] 17 Min. / 1996

581 - Lockout for Life 21 Min. / 1992

Includes review of procedures and re-enactments of actual incidents.

582 - High Impact Lockout Tagout Safety (*Very Graphic*) 19 Min. / 1996

586 - High Impact Electrical Safety [CC] 18 Min. / 1993

587 - Power Line Safety Essentials for Contractors 23 Min. / 1995

589 - Basic Electrical Safety on the Jobsite (*Very Graphic*) 10 Min. / 1995

590 - High Impact Electrical Safety (*Very Graphic*) 19 Min. / 1990

Features ten dramatic electrical accidents.

591 - High Impact Lockout / Tagout Safety (*Very Graphic*) [CC] 19 Min. / 1999

Shows the Lockout/Tagout procedures and the causes of six accidents. The tape will make believers out of your people.

593 - General Electrical Principles (VHS & DVD) 18 Min. / 2003

This video is designed to provide basic electrical safety training for employees who work around electrical equipment but aren’t qualified electricians.

594 - Energized Electrical Work Permit 16 Min. / 2004

595 - Life and Death Series: Electrical Safety (*Very Graphic*) 19 Min. / 1999

Focuses on the electrocution death of a worker who was found lying next to a conveyor on the assembly line where she worked. Discusses proper electrical safety practices.

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Miscellaneous

1256 - Box Cutter/ Utility Knife Safety (DVD Only) 8 Min. /

This video begins with a series of accidents caused by the unsafe use of utility knives. The mishaps are then carefully examined to reveal the underlying causes, as well as the precautionary steps, that would prevent similar incidents. Topics include proper use and handling of box cutters and utility knives, using the correct knife for the job, knife maintenance and inspection and proper blade changing and disposal Also available in Spanish on DVD only.

1298 - 101 Days of Summer Safety (DVD) 20 Min. /

This video provides a variety of safety tips that will help protect employees from common hazards of the summer season. Topics include summer driving, sunburn, heat related illnesses, sports, swimming, boating, personal watercraft, and unique hazards of unfamiliar areas in the summer.

1312 - Safety Bob’s Construction Safety Orientation (VHS & DVD) 22 Min. /

Discussion based video, topics to include injury prevention, ppe, excavation & trenching, ladder & scaffold safety, fall protection, electrical safety & a good safety attitude.

1335 - Just A Second Ago: The Brad Livingston Story 21 Min. / 2009

Story of Brad Livingston’s decision to violate safety procedures, take short cuts, and condoning fellow employee unsafe acts resulting in his world being literally blown apart. Discusses how it affected his life, his family, and those he worked with. He tells his story to help motivate a safety culture to understand why they must always work safely.

1336 - Preventing the Spread of Contagious Illness 21 Min. / 2009

DVD includes information about seasonal flu, avian flu, SARS and MRSA in addition to swine flu, explains the origins and symptoms of these illnesses as well as the general hygiene and prevention measures required to prevent spreading and contracting all contagious illnesses. The video stresses prevention and the personal responsibility required to avoid spreading an illness or infection. It also covers measures to take at home once you are infected and how to prepare for and respond to a pandemic of an illness.

1353 - Preventing Sexual Harassment (For Employees) DVD [CC] 16 Min. / 2005

Most employees have heard the term "sexual harassment," but many of them do not know exactly what it means. More importantly, they may not be aware that some of the things they do might be considered sexual harassment. While most reported cases involve females being harassed by males, people of both genders, of any age and of any sexual orientation can be victims. This video discusses various forms of sexual harassment, explains how to avoid inadvertently sexually harassing someone and reviews the procedures employees should follow if they feel that they or a co-worker are being harassed.

1354 - Preventing Sexual Harassment (For Managers & Supervisors) DVD [CC] 15 Min. / 2002

Most managers and supervisors have heard about fines and lawsuits brought against companies that ignore sexual harassment. And while they are the first lines of defense in preventing sexual harassment incidents, many managers and supervisors don't know what constitutes harassment, or what they should do if it occurs. Complicating things is that recognizing sexual harassment can be difficult. Conduct that might appear harmless to one person could be harassment to others. This video looks at behaviors and actions that can constitute sexual harassment, discusses why managers and supervisors must pay particular attention to what they say and do and examines how to recognize sexual harassment in the workplace.

1355 - Handling a Sexual Harassment Investigation (DVD) 19 Min. / 2002

Any form of sexual conduct in the workplace may constitute sexual harassment if the actions or comments are unwanted or threatening. But recognizing sexual harassment is only half the battle. If action isn't taken quickly, and the situation is not resolved fairly, a company can face lawsuits and hefty fines. In fact, the company's reputation, business relationships and financial security could depend on how a manager or supervisor handles a sexual harassment incident. This program discusses a company's legal responsibility to prevent and deal with sexual harassment incidents, policies and procedures that should be followed when investigating allegations of sexual harassment and how to interview apparent victims, alleged harassers and potential witnesses.

1375 - A Policy Is Not Enough (DVD Only) [CC] 17 Min. / 2010

Several vignettes depicting various forms of disrespectful behavior. Communicating and coaching to employees the organization's harassment policy. Responding immediately to situations that could lead to harassment claims. Preventing retaliation against an employee who has reported an incident to their supervisor.

1376 - Preventing Harassment: Creating a Positive Workplace (DVD) 21 Min. / 2011

Topics include how harassment creates a hostile work environment, types of behavior that are considered harassment, conduct that constitutes sexual harassment, how to respond to unwelcome behavior and preventing your own behavior from being construed as harassment.

1382 - Cell Phones in the Workplace: A Dangerous Distraction (DVD) 13 Min. / 2011

This program discusses how sending and receiving text messages can cause us to lose focus on doing our jobs safely and efficiently as well as the importance of always following your company’s policy regarding cell phone use. Also featured are several workplace scenarios that illustrate the tragic consequences of ignoring these polices in order to text when it is unsafe or prohibited.

1384 - Miracle on the Hudson Prepare for Safety (DVD Only) 26 Min. / 2011

Captain Chesley "Sully" Sullenberger relives the fateful day that he was forced to land Flight 1549 in the Hudson River. He'll share how he helped save hundreds of lives by calling upon the 4 "C's" – Competence, Compassion, Commitment and Communication. Your employees will see how they can acquire and apply these same characteristics in their own life, both on and off-the-job

1399 - Back to Work – Back to Safety (DVD Only) 19 Min. / 2013

Distraction, falling out of routine, reporting for work exhausted, forgetting about common hazards, not being aware of workplace changes, frustration, poor job planning and organization, depression and mood swings are all common contributors to workplace incidents after spending time away from work. This program explains and illustrates each of these issues through a series of examples, testimonials and incident reenactments.

1411 - Emergency Preparedness & Response (DVD Only) 22 Min. / 2013

Knowing the proper procedures to follow during an emergency could mean the difference between life and death. The purpose of this program is to familiarize viewers with basic emergency response practices that will help them be prepared for and respond to a crisis or an emergency.

1417 - Active Shooter & Workplace Violence (DVD Only) 10 min / 2014

Emergencies involving violence are unfortunately a real possibility in today's workplace. This can also include encountering an active shooter on the premises. One of your job responsibilities is to be prepared and know how to respond should such an emergency occur at your workplace. Knowing the proper procedures to follow during an emergency could mean the difference between life and death. *"Active Shooter & Workplace Violence" footage from American Training Resources program entitled, Emergency Preparedness & Response (EPR).”

240 - HazMat/WMD Awareness 25 Min. / 2006

Designed for plant personnel, security guards, police, highway workers, firefighters and EMTs who may be first on the scene of a hazmat incident. This exciting, action-filled program shows Awareness Level personnel initiating emergency actions that bring about positive outcomes. Includes NFPA 471, Competencies for Responders to Hazardous Materials & Weapons of Mass Destruction Incidents.

530 - New Hire Orientation (Construction Series) / 1995

534 - With All Due Respect (VHS & DVD) 18 Min. / 2003

Video on sexual harassment in the workplace not being tolerated. Also available in Spanish on DVD only.

535 - NIOSH Safety Checklist Program for Schools (DVD) / 2003

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Security

1411 - Emergency Preparedness & Response (DVD Only) 22 Min. / 2013

Knowing the proper procedures to follow during an emergency could mean the difference between life and death. The purpose of this program is to familiarize viewers with basic emergency response practices that will help them be prepared for and respond to a crisis or an emergency.

1413 - Conflict Communication Skills (DVD Only) 14 Min / 2014

At some point in your work history, you will encounter some form of hostility. Whether it's an upset co-worker or a dissatisfied customer, your response can make the difference between a stressful or a pleasant work environment. The nature of hostility and how it affects those in the workplace. Basic conflict communication skills and how they can be used to defuse hostility. How to deal with people who do not respond rationally.

519 - Violence On The Job (DVD) 27 Min. / 2004

520 - Watch Out for Assault: Staying Safe and Secure 13 Min. / 1993

522 - A Fighting Chance: Self – Defense Strategies for Women 72 Min. / 1993

523 - Dying to Work: Violence in the Workplace (For Employers) 43 Min. / 1995

524 - Violence in the Workplace 10 Min. / 1995

525 - Preventing Workplace Violence (DVD Only) 18 Min. / 2009

Incidents of aggressive behavior and physical conflict are less dramatic than robbery and murder but far more frequent. The effects of these incidents on employee morale are cumulative as stress builds and tempers flair until the situation becomes explosive. This video explains exactly what constitutes workplace violence and how employees should respond to it. Viewers will learn the warning signs that indicate that confrontation is possible and why it is important to report all incidents that involve aggressive behavior.

537 - Workplace Violence: The Calm Before the Storm (VHS) [CC] 25 Min. / 1994

This program is designed to help supervisors and employees identify the warning signs of workplace violence and methods to prevent it.

538 - Workplace Violence: First Line of Defense (Supervisors) 30 Min. / 1994

This program shows how to protect employees through a managed organizational response

620 - DOT Hazmat Security Awareness 15 Min. / 2004

Over the road trucking & transportation industries.

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