Search for Videos: Subject "Safety (General) & Health"

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Using Pesticides Safely: A Six-Part Video Series for Training Registered Employees University of Maryland Cooperative Extension AV-VD096 DVD 2012 © DVD, 67 min. 6 modules. 1. Pesticide Laws and Regulations 2. Pesticide Label 3. Protecting the Pesticide Handler 4. Guidelines for Proper Pesticide Handling 5. Pesticides and the Environment 6. Integrated Pest Management
Safe Tree and Brush Removal Illinois Dept. of Transportation AV-VD091 DVD 2003 DVD, 19 min. This video covers the various reasons for removing trees and brush, proper chain saw operation, and safety precautions. Use on a computer.
Working Safely with PesticidesUniversity of Arizona University of Arizona AV-VD072 DVD 2009 © DVD, 18 min. When working with pesticides, one should read the information on the MSDS, read the container labels, and use personal protective equipment. The video also covers accident situations, symptoms of poisoning, and disposal and storage of pesticides.
When Disaster Strikes - Are You Prepared? Training Network AV-VD061 DVD 2002 © DVD, 22 min. Disasters can be man-made or natural and can occur at any time. This program is designated to help reduce fear and uncertainty through preparation and planning. Disaster situations such as fire, terrorism, mail and bomb threats, tornadoes and floods are discussed.
Video Guide to Chain Saw Safety Video Communications AV-VD041 DVD 2005 © DVD, 23 min. Includes a reference guide. Describes how to effectively and safely use the chain saw. Covers personal protective equipment, features, maintenance, and operations
Safety Doesn’t Happen By Chance Films Media Group AV-VD047 DVD 2001 © DVD, 12 min. This program provides a concise guide to basic construction safety concerns and practices. Topics include: personal protective equipment; tool safety rules and tips; electrical safety practices; hazard communication; and ladder and scaffold safety.
Meth Lab Waste Recognition for Adopt-A-Highway Volunteers Colorado Dept. of Transportation AV-VD012 DVD 2004 DVD, 7 min. This video is directed toward Adopt-a-Highway volunteers and describes materials and equipment sometimes found along highways that have been used in meth labs. These items should be considered hazardous and dangerous and should be reported to authorities.
Mega Disasters: Oil Apocalypse A&E Television Networks AV-VD038 DVD 2007 © DVD, 50 min. The oil that runs our world won't last forever. Will alternative energy save us or is it already too late? This video explores the risks and the worst of what could happen when the oil runs out.
Lightning Safety 101, Short Course National Lightning Safety Institute AV-VD028 DVD 1999 © DVD, 12 min. This video describes lightning safety tips for recreation and work situations, inside and outside.
Just Horsing Around Safety Shorts Production, Inc. AV-VD043 DVD 1992 © DVD, 5 min. Joking around on the job is no laughing matter, as this video shows.
Hand and Power Tool 2005 Update Training Network; Marcom AV-VD062 DVD 2005 © DVD, 18 min. This video teaches employees about this potential dangers of hand and power tools. Also addressed are PPE, safety practices, and maintenance.
Driving Distractions of the Professional Driver Wumbus Corporation AV-VD053 DVD © DVD, 16 min. The video stresses the importance of limiting distractions while driving. It shows common driving behaviors and external elements that are distractive. Safety and pre-trip planning are stressed.
Chainsaw Safety, Maintenance, and Cutting Techniques International Society of Arboriculture AV-VD051 DVD 2006 © DVD, 173 min. Divided into six lessons on chainsaw safety (43 min.), routine maintenance (46 min.) and cutting techniques (84 min.) Includes a workbook.
Backing, Parking, and Intersections Wumbus Corporation AV-VD052 DVD 2006 © DVD, 18 min. This video covers the key elements of proper and safe backing and parking. It also addresses driving safely through intersections.
Back Care in Construction Insight Media AV-VD045 DVD 1995 © DVD, 13 min. Examining potential hazards in construction-related activities, this program examines safe lifting and handling techniques for materials and equipment. It also covers leg power, the power zone, and the 10:1 ratio.
Working Around Flammables and Combustibles: Hazards Safety Shorts AV-V1011 VHS 2003 © 1/2" VHS, 5 min. Flammable and combustible materials pose serious health and fire dangers. Ensure safety by recognizing the hazards.
Sensible Wood Cutting: Tips from the Pros Husqvarna Forest and Garden Co. AV-V1021 VHS 1993 © 1/2" VHS, 23 min. The basic tips and techniques of using chain saw are covered. It focuses on the personal protective gear, safety features of the chain saw, making a cutting plan, and various felling and cutting techniques.
Shock to the System Safety Shorts AV-V1014 VHS 1990 © 1/2" VHS, 5 min. The shock that often accompanies a serious injury can be as deadly as the injury. The symptoms of shock and proper treatment are demonstrated.
How to Select & Safely Use Herbicides Long Island Productions AV-V1017 VHS 1994 © 1/2" VHS, 14 min. This video describes how to select and apply herbicides safely and effectively to control week growth.
Near Misses Safety Shorts AV-V1007 VHS 1998 © 1/2" VHS, 5 min. Near misses are accidents that could have happened, but didn't. They can be used as a learning tool to identify possible hazards or dangerous operations so they can be corrected.
Master Driver: Extreme Weather Driving J.J. Keller & Associates, Inc. AV-V990 VHS 2004 © 1/2" VHS, 14 min. The video describes various extreme weather conditions and how to safely drive in the conditions.
Handwashing: Avoiding Germs and Viruses at Work Coastal Training Technologies Corp. AV-V986 VHS 2004 ©1/2" VHS, 7 min. The video explains how germs are spread and how to avoid germs by hand washing. Includes a booklet.
Your Precious Eyes: The Gory Story Long Island Productions, Inc. AV-V900 VHS 2000 © 1/2" VHS, 15 min. Graphic illustrations of eye injuries. The video stresses the importance of safety, protection, and prevention of eye injuries.
Workplace Safety 7-minute Solutions: The Importance of Hand Protection Long Island Productions Inc.; J.J. Keller & Associates, Inc. AV-V901 VHS 2001 © 1/2" VHS, 7 min. Covers a variety of hazards to the hands and stresses the importance of proper protective gear to prevent hand injuries.
Where Are Your Hands? Safety Short Production, Inc. AV-V568 VHS 1992 © 1/2" VHS, 5 min. Hand injuries account for a major portion of on-the-job accidents in today's workplace. This video outlines the "do's" and "don'ts" of hand safety.
What To Do About Workplace Emergencies Long Island Productions AV-V789 VHS 2001 © 1/2" VHS, 17 min. The Video describes the action to be taken in a variety of emergencies. Fires, earthquakes, chemical spills, bomb threats, and workplace violence are covered.
When Lightning Strikes Safety Short Productions AV-V520 VHS 1991 © 1/2" VHS, 5 min. Reviews safety procedures when lightning is around.
Violence in the Workplace Long Island Productions AV-V755 VHS 1996 © 1/2" VHS, 15 min. Violence can be physical, emotional, or verbal. The video describes the warning signs and precautions for avoiding or stopping violence.
Tree Trimming Safety Long Island Productions, Inc. AV-V452 VHS © 1/2" VHS, 19 min. This video covers the hazards and the safe use of equipment needed to trim trees, including ladders and chain saws. Proper tree trimming procedures are also covered.
Ticks: Disease Prevention Long Island Productions AV-V805 VHS 1993 © 1/2" VHS, 17min. Ticks, diseases, symptoms and protection are covered. Important for people who work outdoors.
Stash the Trash Long Island Productions Inc.; Memphis Light Gas and Water AV-V838 VHS 1988 © 1/2" VHS, 10min. A clean work environment is a safer work environment. Put the trash in the trash cans.
Slip, Slop & Slap Safety Short Production, Inc. AV-V516 VHS 1992 © 1/2" VHS, 5 min. Those that work outdoors are exposed to the risk of skin cancer. The video covers recognizing the disease and simple preventative measures.
Slips, Trips and Falls Coastal Video Communications Corp. AV-V461 VHS 1995 © 1/2" VHS, 5 min. This video covers the causes of slips, trips, and falls and what to do to avoid them. Ladder safety is included.
Shop Safety Long Island Productions, Inc. AV-V747 VHS 1993 © 1/2" VHS, 22 min. The video describes different types of accidents possible in shops and how to prevent them. It covers the safe use of equipment and tools.
Shock Hazards: Power Tools Safety Short Production, Inc. AV-V570 VHS 1997 © 1/2" VHS, 5min. Improperly used or maintained power tools can injure or kill. Learn simple ways to prevent shock from power tools.
Safety Bite: Shoveling Safety Long Island Productions AV-V737 VHS 1990 1/2" VHS, 6 min. The video covers safe and efficient shoveling. Using the proper technique will reduce back injuries.
Safety Awareness II: The Gory Story Long Island Productions AV-V664 VHS 1998 © 1/2" VHS, 9 min. Through graphic pictures of actual injuries, this video will make you think about safety. You will be more aware of safety hazards, and potential accidents, and the importance of safety equipment and procedures.
Report to Work: Your Safety Responsibility Training Network; Long Island Productions AV-V917 VHS 1993 © 1/2" VHS, 10 min. The video covers basic safety principles, regardless of where you work.
Personal Protective Equipment Long Island Productions Inc.; J.J. Keller & Associates, Inc. AV-V840 VHS 2000 © 1/2"VHS, 15 min. Personal protective equipment (PPE), if worn and used properly, can keep you safe and healthy.
Outdoor Safety: Critters and Plants Safety Short Production, Inc. AV-V511 VHS 1992 © 1/2" VHS, 5 min. This video covers outdoor safety as it relates to poisonous plants and animals.
Myths About Personal Protective Equipment Long Island Productions AV-V641 VHS 1993 © 1/2" VHS, 10 min. This video covers eight common myths about PPE.
Make the Right Move: Materials Handling Safety Associated General Contractors of America AV-V885 VHS 1992 © 1/2" VHS, 15 min. Covers the safe movement of construction materials, whether moving them manually or with equipment.
Ladder Safety Training Network; Long Island Productions Inc. AV-V916 VHS 1997 © 1/2" VHS, 13 min. The video describes the correct and safe use of ladders.
Kellers Extreme 7 Minute Training: Rain Training Network; Long Island Productions Inc. AV-V918 VHS 2000 © 1/2" VHS, 7 min. Driving in heavy rain can be dangerous. This video addresses the safety procedures and looks at visibility, traction, hydroplaning, and mechanical problems.
Introduction to Safety: Construction Industry Safety Short Production, Inc. AV-V950 VHS 1999 © 1/2" VHS, 5 min. Reviews steps to follow to stay safe on construction sites. Stresses the use of personal protective equipment.
Hurricanes, Tornados & Floods Long Island Productions AV-V610 VHS 1996 © 1/2" VHS, 15 min. This video explains what to do in case of a hurricane, tornado, or flood. It is important to be prepared and plan ahead for these emergencies. The video reviews procedures for both, before and after, the severe weather.
Heat Stress Long Island Productions AV-V754 VHS 1994 © 1/2" VHS, 12 min. Heat Stress is described covering precautions to take to prevent heat stress. Symptoms and basic first aid are also covered.
Heat Illness Safety Short Production, Inc. AV-V759 VHS 1999 © 1/2" VHS, 5 min. Overexposure to high temperatures and humidity can lead to heat cramps, heat exhaustion, or heat stroke. Symptoms and proper treatment and prevention are covered in the video.
Hearing Conservation and Safety Long Island Productions, Inc. AV-V902 VHS 2000 © 1/2" VHS, 25 min. Covers how to protect your hearing according to OSHA regulations.
Heat Can Kill Safety Short Production, Inc. AV-V514 VHS 1988 © 1/2" VHS, 5 min. Heat stroke and heat exhaustion can occur in any type of hot working environment. The symptoms of each are described and the proper first aid treatment is outlined.
Hand Injuries: The Gory Story Training Network AV-V934 VHS 1999 © 1/2" VHS, 13 min. A graphic illustration of hand injuries. Stresses the use of proper protective gear and safe practices
Hand and Power Tools: Fleet Shop Long Island Productions AV-V740 VHS 1996 1/2" VHS, 16 min. The video demonstrates the proper use and care of hand and power tools found in a shop.
Hand and Power Tool Safety Long Island Productions, Inc. AV-V450 VHS 1992 © 1/2" VHS, 7 min. This video covers the safe and proper use of hand and power tools.
Employee Responsibilities Safety Short Production, Inc. AV-V625 VHS 1992 © 1/2" VHS, 5 min. Every employee is required to fulfill certain responsibilities for safety. Failure to do so can lead to accidents.
Best Strategy: Personal Protective Equipment Associated General Contractors of America AV-V888 VHS 1995 © 1/2" VHS, 17 min. Describes various work situations and the proper personal protective equipment.
Back Belts Safety Short Production, Inc. AV-V567 VHS 1992 © 1/2" VHS, 5min. Back belts can help reduce lifting-related back injuries, but they have to be used correctly. The proper and improper uses of back belts are illustrated.
Back to Basics Safety Short Production, Inc. AV-V019 VHS 1992 © 1/2" VHS, 5 min. This video shows what can cause back injuries and how to avoid them.
Back Safety Training Timeout Coastal Video Communications Corp. AV-V467 VHS 1994 © 1/2" VHS, 5 min. Video covers proper lifting techniques and the importance of exercise and good general fitness
Utility Safety in Work Zones Iowa State University; Iowa Dept. of Transportation AV-V836 VHS 1999 © 1/2" VHS, 14 min. This program shows the above ground and below ground hazards of utilities; the on-site and off-site consequences when the utilities are disrupted. The use of One Call to locate underground utility hazards is also stressed.
Applying Pesticides Correctly: Mixing/Loading, Storage and Disposal University of Florida AV-V725 VHS 1/2" VHS, 15 min, This video focuses on safe handling procedures to be used during mixing and loading of pesticides and during transport, storage, and disposal of pesticides.
Maintenance Person Safety: General Industry Long Island Productions AV-V729 VHS 1/2" VHS, 6 min. The video covers various safety procedures for maintenance personnel. It includes hazardous materials, personal protective equipment, lockout-tagout, electrical, and fire safety.
Tips from the Pros: Backhoe Loader VISTA Training, Inc AV-V807 VHS 2001 © 1/2" VHS, 16 min. Professional operators share their skills and expertise on the safe and efficient operation of backhoe loaders. Covers planning, trenching and backfilling, working a spoil pile, and lifting.
Tag, You’re It Safety Short Production, Inc. AV-V448 VHS 1992 © 1/2" VHS, 5 min. Shutting down and locking out machinery prior to making repairs is an important safety procedure. Lock out/tag out procedures are shown.
Motor Fleet Maintenance Safety Long Island Productions AV-V639 VHS 1998 © 1/2" VHS, 6 min. The video reviews safety procedures when working in fleet maintenance.
Lockout/Tagout of Construction Equipment Video Information System Training Associates, Inc. AV-V509 VHS © 1/2" VHS, 18 min. Demonstrates safe work practices in mobile equipment repairs. The video provides step-by-step procedures for lockout/tagout and for controlling hazardous energy releases.
Dump Truck Safety Training Network; Long Island Productions Inc. AV-V915 VHS © 1/2" VHS, 14 min. The video covers the maintenance and safe operation of dump trucks.
Bucket Trucks Safety Short Production, Inc. AV-V622 VHS 1992 © 1/2" VHS, 5 min. To help avoid risks such as falls and exposure to electrical hazards when using bucket trucks, learn and follow safe work practices.
Chainsaw Use and Safety National Arborist Assn. AV-V924 VHS © 1/2" VHS, 18 min. This video demonstrates the proper way to use chain saw while climbing, working from an aerial lift, performing take-downs, limbing, bucking, and more. Safety techniques are stressed.
Backhoe Loader: Safe Operating Techniques Video Information System Training Associates, Inc. AV-V500 VHS 1992 © 1/2" VHS, 15 min. This video provides safe operating practices for the backhoe loader in a variety of situations and uses.
Chainsaw Safety, Maintenance and Operation Forest Industry Safety & Training Alliance, Inc. AV-V809 VHS 1996 © 1/2" VHS, 19 min. Covers the proper maintenance and operation procedures for chainsaws. Safety is also stressed, including the use of personal protective equipment.
Trenchers: Stay Alert - Stay Alive Talus Resources AV-V367 VHS 1993 1/2" VHS, 13 min. This video addresses the safety methods and correct practices for trenching machinery operation.
Skin Safety with Cement and Concrete National Ready Mixed Concrete Assn.; Portland Cement Assn. AV-V794 VHS 1998 © 1/2" VHS, 15 min. Wet cement products like concrete mortar and grout can be hazardous to the skin when not handled properly. The video describes the hazards and how to safely work with we cement products.
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