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This program is specifically designed to inform viewers about atmosphere-supplying respirators — their benefits and limitations, selection, fit testing, cleaning, storage, and inspection procedures.
This program shows employees how to make a systematic evaluation of the entire chlorine system, determine if problem areas exist and make sure the system at your facility remains under control.
If your employees know the precautions they must take before entering a confined space, it can save their lives—and the lives of their coworkers.
This program is based on the real-life incidents that led to OSHA's rule making on confined space entry. It's a gripping account of the hazards that can befall untrained workers and permit violators.
This program reviews the importance of following confined entry requirements - including the ever important permit.
This program provides a basic overview of the safety procedures contractors need to be aware of in most facilities.
Use this video to train personnel who provide hazardous materials release response, site clean-up, supervision, environmental and personnel monitoring, and equipment decontamination.
If your employees come into regular contact with dogs, they must be able to recognize when they are in danger of an attack. And knowing what actions to take—and not to take—can mean the difference between their safety and serious injury.
Fall protection expert, Nigel Ellis, Ph.D., CSP, P.E., also appears in the program with comments about fall prevention. In addition to general safety regarding slips, trips, and falls, safety considerations for using stairways, ladders, and scaffolds are also discussed.
This video shows viewers how to inspect for abnormalities in equipment and faulty wiring which could result in an unexpected release of electrical energy through the body.
The program starts with a dramatic incident in which a worker receives a severe shock while working near electrical lines. After defining the difference between a qualified worker and an unqualified worker, the program goes on to describe various training, work practices, and preventive measures that these employees need to know.
This program covers the use of a wide variety of electrical circuit testing equipment, including volt meters, digital and analog VOM meters, amperage meters, and megometers. Viewers will learn the purpose for each device and its limitations.
Fires. Earthquakes. Hazardous materials exposure. The nature of emergencies makes it extremely important for every employee to be thoroughly trained in emergency evacuation procedures.
Hundreds of employees die each year and thousands more are injured because they didn’t use effective control measures to protect themselves from the release of hazardous energy.
This program provides employees with a basic orientation to ergonomics and how employees can contribute in an overall ergonomics safety program.
This program is geared to any managers or supervisors who would be involved in implementing, administering or maintaining a workplace ergonomics effort.
Simple modifications in posture, work habits, and workstation design to reduce discomfort, fatigue, and injury.
This program reviews the risk factors and symptoms associated with various cumulative trauma disorders (CTDs).
Falls from elevation are the number one cause of on-site occupational fatalities. Yet despite the alarming statistics, personal fall protection is the most under-utilized safety resource.
Special safety concerns for the use of stairways, ladders, and scaffolds are discussed. Throughout the program, actual accidents are shown with suggestions on how the accidents could have been prevented. Fall protection expert, Nigel Ellis, Ph.D., CSP, P.E., also appears in the program with comments about fall protection.