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A FOOT CLOSER TO SAFETY (5 min)(SV-0555)
A worker's feet are two of his most important tools. This video illustrates the necessity of proper foot protection and highlights the basic types of safety shoes.

A LADY NAMED CAMILLE (29 min)(SV-0173)
In 1969 this hurricane savagely and brutally struck the Gulf Coast. This video shows the catastrophic damage caused by the 25 foot storm surge and highlights the true story of a group of people who ignored urgent pleas to evacuate and, instead, planned a hurricane party! While hundreds of lives were lost, thousands were actually saved due to emergency plans, trained rescue teams and help from volunteer groups.

A MATTER OF TIME (10 min)(SV-0186)
At 55 MPH a vehicle travels about 150 feet in two seconds --- about the time it takes to change a radio station on the car radio. In only that length of time a person may have walked by, a car may pull into your path, a child may dart into the street, a traffic light could change, road/street conditions can drastically change, etc., etc., etc. This straight-to-the-point video is a quick, effective way to remind viewers just how dangerous driving can be.

A SAFE RIDE (12 min)(SV-0440)
This video shows you how to properly enter and exit elevators and escalators safely.

A STAR IS BORN (12 min)(SV-0038)
Describes how to participate in OSHA's Voluntary Protection Program. DONATED BY: ETHYL CORPORATION - BATON ROUGE

A TOOL TO WORK WITH: "ADA" (18 min)(SV-0218)
In sensitizing employees toward disabled workers, this video defines disability, job functions and qualifications, reasonable accommodations and establishes ones protected. (Includes: Booklet)

A USER'S GUIDE TO PLANET EARTH: ENVIRONMENT (31 min)(SV-0276)
Tom Selleck hosts this practical and informative program that quizzes viewers on their environmental awareness. Celebrities ask a variety of questions regarding land, air, water and energy issues and follow with an explanation of the answers. This is informative on recycling, reducing garbage, preserving forests, fighting air pollution, and decreasing water and energy usage. (Includes: Presenter's Brochure and quiz)

A WELCOME INTERRUPTION...GFCI (6:20 min)(SV-0519)
Electrical shock, especially with power tools, is an ever-present danger in the work place. Ground Fault Circuit Interrupters are a major safety aide in prevention of this danger. This tape explains both the need for and the operation of GFCI installation.

ABC'S OF LANSCAPE PRUNING (20 min)(SV-0980)
Covers the purpose and proper techniques of pruning. Three important reasons to prune, techniques to maintain plant health, pruning tools and when to prune.

ACCIDENT CAUSES AND PREVENTION(SV-1018)
Short program for training employees on the primary causes of accidents/unsafe acts. The majority of safety efforts should be aimed at reducing these types of acts.

ACCIDENT CAUSES AND PREVENTION (16 min)(SV-0011)
Covers the five major causes of accidents in the workplace: stress, negligence, recklessness, over-exertion and fatigue. Helps employees and supervisors identify behavior that might lead to hazards.

ACCIDENT CAUSES AND PREVENTION - 2ND EDITION (16 min)(SV-0466)
Some accidents can't be avoided but the majority are caused by factors we can control such as stress, negligence, recklessness, over-exertion and fatigue. An awareness of these causes can lead to an understanding of how to prevent accidents.

ACCIDENT INVESTIGATION (22 min)(SV-0993)
This thorough approach to accident investigation helps you uncover trends, plan additional training and stay legally prepared: data gathering, and response including reports and records.

ACCIDENT INVESTIGATION (12 min)(SV-0200)
Reducing accidents and injuries in the workplace and preventing a recurrence of the same or similar accident or incident is the "key" result desired from an accident investigation. This program includes: 1) Types of accidents; 2) Outcomes of accidents; 3) Contributory factors leading to accidents; 4) Composition of investigation: a. gathering information; b. isolating essentials; c. determining corrective measures; d. implementing actions; 5) Benefits of investigations.

ACCIDENT INVESTIGATION (15 min)(SV-0386)
Rather than the traditional approach of depicting an accident and following the ensuing investigative process, this unique and effective process views the accident through the eyes of the investigator who never saw the incident. Therefore, he must resort to effective investigative techniques to uncover the truth. Includes: Reference Guide

ACCIDENT INVESTIGATION (5 min)(SV-0102)
Three scenarios are shown in this video as illustrations of step-by-step procedures for accident investigations. Automobile accidents, worker's compensation accidents and a general liability accident are depicted. Employees and the investigators should find this video informative and helpful. DONATED BY: CABLEVISION OF BATON ROUGE

ACCIDENT REPORTING (5:00 min)(SV-0763)
This video covers the importance of reporting and investigating, finding the cause of the accident and follow up communications with employees.

ACCIDENTS: "IT CAN'T HAPPEN TO ME"(SV-1019)
This program explains how accidents occur and how they can be prevented. Contains interviews with people who have been involved in accidents, injuries, or near misses; including a discussion with a surviver of the MGM Grand Hotel fire.

ACID SUITS (11 min)(SV-0045)
How to inspect, don, work with and care for chemical protective suits. DONATED BY: BASF CORPORATION

ACRYLONITRILE - HAZARDS AND HANDLING (10 min)(SV-0047)
An overview of the OSHA ACN Standard, including information on the health hazards of ACN, proper handling and PPE required. DONATED BY: BASF CORPORATION

AERIAL LIFT SAFETY (7:24 min)(SV-0619)
Aerial lift platforms make hard-to-reach jobs accessible while reducing the hazards and labor associated with ladders and platforms. This NEW program demonstrates safe operation procedures, pre-operation inspection, work site evaluation and safe work practices.

AIR BAGS - NOW (10 min)(SV-0070)
Provides strong documentation for the life-saving benefits of air bags. Crash-test footage demonstrates how air bags and safety belts each complement the other in providing the best available occupant protection in automobile crashes.

AIR PURIFYING RESPIRATORS (5:22 min)(SV-0546)
This live-action program demonstrates care and storage of different types of air purifying respirators and the hazardous situations where they are worn. Also, the correct procedure for fit testing, both qualitative and quantitative, is demonstrated in this fast-paced program. It is valuable in teaching workers about the importance of respiratory protection.

AIR PURIFYING RESPIRATORS (6:30 min)(SV-0663)
Live-action program demonstrates care and storage of different types of air purifying respirators and the hazardous situations in which they are worn. Proper fit testing, both qualitative and quantitative, is also demonstrated. Teach workers how important respiratory protection is to their health.

AIR-PAK - OPERATOR AND MAINTANCE (15 min)(SV-0345)
For information on proper operation and maintenance of self-contained breathing apparatuses, this is an easy-to-understand presentation. DONATED BY: CAPITOL ULTRASONICS, INC.

AIRBORNE CONTAMINANTS MONITORING (10 min)(SV-0960)
Measuring: direct reading vs. lab analysis, advantage and limitations of on-site direct reading, four types of site monitoring, their purpose and, information derived, and personal monitoring and exposure variables.

AIRBORNE HAZARDS (5:25 min)(SV-0548)
Filmed in industry, this live-action video describes the nature of airborne contaminants and the effect they have on our respiratory system. Also, the importance of the appropriate respirator is covered.

AIRBORNE HAZARDS (6:30 min)(SV-0662)
This live-action video describes the nature of airborne contaminants and the effects they have on our respiratory system. State-of-the-art video graphics demonstrate how the respiratory system works and teaches the importance of selecting the appropriate respirator for the job.

ALCOHOLISM IN THE WORKPLACE (9:00 min)(SV-0733)
An awareness program on the hazards of alcohol on the job, or being under the influence of alcohol when reporting to work.

ALONG FOR THE RIDE - BICYCLING (17:25 min)(SV-0307)
One is introduced/familiarized with proper rules of the road for cycling. (DONATED by: DOT National. Highway. Traffic Safety Admin)

ALUMINUM ALKYLS (CHEMICAL APPLICATION HANDLING) (10 min)(SV-0346)
Aluminum Alkyls are highly reactive with a variety of materials. As with any reactive compound, these versatile chemicals must be handled with care and attention to proper procedures. For safety in every phase of working with these chemicals, learn from this program, along with the reference manual. Includes Procedures Manual. (Donated by: Albemarle Corporation)

AMERICANS WITH DISABILITIES ACT(SV-1020)
This video presents information regarding the Americans with Disablilities Act that was signed into law July 26, 1990. This law protects qualified people with disabilities from discrimination in areas of employment, public service, public transportation, public accomodation and telecommunication.

AMERICANS WITH DISABLITIES ACT (14 min)(SV-0894)
Employers must make reasonable accommodations and give the same employment consideration to the disabled. Explains: the S section of this federal anti-discrimination statute, effects to work space accommodations, effects on accessibility to public facilities and applications in hiring and firing.

AN EMPLOYEE'S GUIDE TO WORKING WITH HAZARDOUS MATERIALS (16 min)(SV-0142)
The most effective way to control one's exposure to hazardous materials is to be prepared. Correct information and serious training, properly applied, will make the job easier and safer.

AN OUNCE OF PREVENTION - FIRST AID (14 min)(SV-0375)
Would you know what action to take if: 1) Someone is bitten by an animal; 2) Someone is suffering from heat exhaustion; 3) An insect leaves its stinger in a person's skin; 4) A person is suffering an allergic reaction to "Whatever". Includes: Review and quiz

ANATOMY AND BEHAVIOR OF FIRE (25 min)(SV-0019)
Examines elements and behavior of fire. Creates understanding by demonstrating flame spread, back draft, phases of burning, classes of fire and heat transfer.

ANCHORAGES (17 min)(SV-0234)
Professional stunt men are sure to grab your employees' attention and show them the importance of proper fall protection. Complying with OSHA's Fall Protection Standards, this addresses: 1) Guidelines for safe hookup; 2) General rules for identifying anchorage points; 3) Tips for hooking up safely; 4) Complies with OSHA 1910.128-131.

ARC CUTTING AND GOUGING (13 min)(SV-0103)
Safety rules and various techniques of arc cutting and gouging are addressed in this video according to their use in the following procedures: 1) Metal Arc Cutting; 2) Arc-Air Gouging; 3) Plasma Arc Cutting, DONATED BY: CAJUN ELECTRIC COMPANY

ARC WELDING SAFETY(SV-1021)
An excellent review of ARC welding safety and the health hazards associated with this type of welding operation.

ARC WELDING SAFETY (11:00 min)(SV-0696)
Excellent program for all persons operating arc welding machines and equipment. Basic safety rules, operating procedures and improves the awareness of each person's individual responsibility when operating this equipment. Strongly supports fire prevention.

ARC WELDING SAFETY (6:00 min)(SV-0859)
This video covers keeping the work environment safe and free of combustibles, inspecting the welding unit, the importance of proper grounding, and protection from infrared radiation.

ARTICULATED LOADER SAFETY (18 min)(SV-0061)
This program illustrates for operators the safe use of and the proper, safe service and maintenance procedures. The first half is on operation, while the second half deals with maintaining them in proper, reliable operating condition. DONATED BY: J. I. CASE CO.

AS IT SHOULD BE DONE (WORKPLACE. PRECAUTIONS. AGAINST BLOODBORNE PATHOGENS) (24:10 min)(SV-0199)
Similar to SV-191, it covers the same areas of concern about educating employees about ways to help prevent contamination/diseases that are transmitted via bloodborne pathogens/bodily fluids. (Compliance Manual available with/without this video)

ASBESTOS AWARENESS (6:17 min)(SV-0620)
Live action video trains workers to respect this serious hazard. Covers identification and uses of asbestos, where it is found and why it is hazardous to your health.

ASBESTOS AWARENESS (20:40 min)(SV-0342)
One of the serious health concerns in our environment today is from airborne asbestos contamination. The presence of asbestos itself does not create a health hazard unless the material is disturbed to the extent that fibers are released to the atmosphere. Asbestos in the environment is everyone's concern. Protect yourself and others by being aware of the dangers and using common sense in its presence. The EPA through the National Emission Standards for Hazardous Air pollutants, (NESHAP) regulates asbestos use and controls its disposal into the environment. Includes: Guide Booklet.

ASBESTOS AWARENESS (23 min)(SV-0328)
After viewing this program one should be familiar with: 1) Hazard communication; 2) Monitoring; 3) Permissible exposure limits; 4) Regulated areas and warning signs. Includes: Guide Booklet

ASBESTOS AWARENESS: CONTROLLING EXPOSURE (23 min)(SV-0471)
Describes basic OSHA principles and work practices to help employees control their exposure to airborne asbestos fibers. Asbestos-containing materials; OSHA asbestos work classes; revised PEL's, TWA and Excursion Limit; required work practices; engineering controls; other safety measures.

ASBESTOS BUILDING INSPECTIONS (11 min)(SV-0895)
This severe health hazard requires caution to safely identify and remove it from structures: definitions: types of asbestos, friable and usage categories; why asbestos is harmful to the body; qualifications for inspection, abatement and supervisory personnel; pre-inspection planning, walking-through and sample collection; and report writing, record keeping and legal concerns.

ASBESTOS CEMENT PIPE CUTTING/MILLING (8 min)(SV-0896)
Help your affected employees minimize their risk of exposure to this carcinogen: health effects of asbestos. Personal hazard reduction: smoking, PPE, proper tool and water use for cutting, milling hazardous waste disposal for scrap pipe.

ASK ANY DUMMY - SEAT BELTS MAKE SENSE (18 min)(SV-0078)
Humor effectively combined with vivid and persuasive controlled car crashes teach the wisdom of buckling up. Stars of the video are Vince and Larry, two anthropometric dummies that have experienced crashes with and without seat belts.

AVOIDING ELECTRICAL HAZARDS (19 min)(SV-0116)
In compliance with the new OSHA Electrical Safety Standard, areas covered include: 1) Keeping the environment safe; 2) Personal protection; 3) Safe work procedures; 4) Working on energized circuits; 5) Working near equipment and lines; 6) Lockout/Tagout.

AVOIDING ELECTRICAL HAZARDS IN MINES (15 min)(SV-0289)
Being adept at recognizing potential electrical hazards is a real "plus" in all jobs. This program addresses that need in mines. Though it is dedicated to "mine safety" it is generic enough to benefit others.

AVOIDING SLIPS, TRIPS AND FALLS: STEP BY STEP (17 min)(SV-0449)
Each year more than 200,000 American workers are injured as the result of slips and falls. This video program alerts your employees to the serious consequences of falls and explains how most falls can be prevented. 1) negotiating slippery surfaces; 2) controlling hazards; 3) Proper equipment.

BACK AT WORK (16 min)(SV-0366)
Reviews proper lifting procedures and makes workers realize how important lifestyle is when it comes to avoiding back injuries. It is likely to make a positive impact on every aspect of employee's performance at home and at work. Covers lifestyle, proper lifting, consequences of shortcuts, posture, exercise and physical fitness.

BACK CARE AND SAFETY (15 min)(SV-0162)
Back injuries can have a dramatic effect on one's personal life. Topics included are: 1) How the back works; 2) Potential effects of back injuries; 3) Common types of back injuries; 4) Good back care and safety practices; 5) Basic back exercises; 6) Proper lifting techniques. (Includes Presenter's Guide)

BACK IN DEMAND (16 min)(SV-0002)
Shows plant employees a new and better way to lift and carry objects of various shapes and sizes.

BACK INJURY PREVENTION (5:00 min)(SV-0776)
This video covers the anatomy of the back and using the back's power zone to lift.

BACK INJURY PREVENTION THROUGH EXERCISE(SV-0897)
Simple stretching exercises can prevent back pain ands injury that affects 8 out of 10 people in their lifetime. Emphasize the importance of exercise in back injury prevention. Back anatomy and curves, importance of warming up before working.

BACK ON CALL (8 min)(SV-0341)
Different lifting techniques and proper exercises for the back are addressed in this video, produced by the civilian naval department.

BACK SAFETY (6:27 min)(SV-0621)
Prevent the most common workplace injury today: BACK INJURY. This popular program demonstrates proper lifting, the importance of fitness and preventing injuries both on and off the job.

BACK SAFETY (7 min)(SV-0487)
A demonstration of how the back works and proper procedures to be taken to avoid back injury.

BACK SAFETY - SERVICE INDUSTRY VERSION (5:15 min)(SV-0677)
Prevent the most common workplace injury today, BACK INJURY. This popular program demonstrates proper lifting and the importance of fitness and preventing injuries on and off the job.

BACK SAFETY: REAL, REAL-LIFE(SV-1014)
Whether you have a physically demanding job, one that requires a lot of lifting or bending over, or you have less active one, such as sitting behind a desk, the potential for injuring your back is very real. This series covers the dangers your back faces every day on the job.

BACK-WISE: BACK INJURY PREVENTION (18 min)(SV-0211)
Basic understanding of the back and how it functions will help one keep a healthy back. Topics include: 1) Mechanics of the spine; 2) Facts about back disorders; 3) Maintaining a healthy back; 4) Stretching and warm-up exercises. (Includes: Instructor's Book)

BACKHOE SAFETY (5:00 min)(SV-0811)
This video covers pre-operation vehicle inspection, rules for braking and staying in gear, and limited reliability of hydraulics.

BACKHOE/LOADER OPERATIONS (9:00 min)(SV-0692)
General safety practices and operating rules for anyone assigned the job of operating a backhoe loader. Explains basic operator maintenance procedures.

BACKING AND PARKING FOR CARS AND LIGHT TRUCKS(SV-1003)
Backing accounts for 30% of all accidents. Backing and parking accidents are preventable. Reviews: recognizingmoving and fixed spot, safest type parking space and backing vs. pulling into a space.

BACKING AND PARKING SAFETY (6:50 min)(SV-0686)
In this program you will learn proper techniques for safely parking and backing motor vehicles to help you avoid accidents.

BACKING SAFETY (5:00 min)(SV-0820)
This video covers Pre-trip inspection, hand signal coordination with a helper, vehicle's "cone of invisibility" and extra care in school zones.

BAR-B-QUE HAL (5 min)(SV-0579)
Outdoor Bar-B-Que is enjoyable for the whole family. Before the fun begins there are a few safety tips to remember. This humorous video points out some basic requirements to keep in mind for Bar-B-Que cooking at home.

BARGES AND EMERGENCY RESPONDERS (35 min)(SV-0460)
This video was made to provide the experienced responder with a basic understanding of barges, and to highlight challenges posed by barge incidents, which occur on inland or intracoastal waterways. The program covers barge anatomy, determining the presence of hazardous materials, barge safety features, emergency response issues, and governments role in barge incidents.

BARRICADES - THE FORBIDDEN ZONE (5 min)(SV-0580)
Barricades can prevent serious injury or even save lives but when ignored, they might as well not be there. This video looks into the who, what, when, where and why of barricades while offering tips on how to use them effectively.

BASIC ELECTRICAL SAFETY (6:00 min)(SV-0747)
This video covers the purpose of third (grounding) prong, classifcations of electricity; low & high voltage static electricity, alternating current, and response for electric shock.

BASIC ELECTRICAL SAFETY IN THE WORKPLACE(SV-1023)
Program designed to make employees aware of basic electrical safety in the workplace. Includes information about plugs, cords, cables, disconnect switches, hand/power tool safety, and other electrical safety requirements.

BASIC ELECTRICAL SAFETY ON THE JOB SITE (11:00 min)(SV-0704)
Meets mandatory training in electrical safety. Explains how to avoid specific electrical hazards. Excellent for individuals exposed to electricity on the job site.

BASIC FIRST AID FOR SUPERVISOR (11 min)(SV-0898)
When accidents occur, supervisors must be prepared to act. Review their responsibilities: Emergency vs. minor first aid treatment, elements of a good first aid program and treatments of common injuries.

BATTERY CHARGING SAFETY (10 min)(SV-0899)
Charging batteries is a potential hazard for many forklift, stacker and pallet jack users: Use of personal protective equipment; battery fluid hazards and exposure procedures; avoiding electrical hazards; moving batteries; and safe charging, maintenance and storage.

BATTERY SAFETY (8:00 min)(SV-0785)
This video covers unsafe battery handling and resulting injuries, PPE for skin and eye burn prevention, safe battery charging and safe vehicle jump starting.

BE SAFE ON YOUR BIKE: - L.A.P.D. (12 min)(SV-0106)
Professionally produced and highly entertaining, this video is designed primarily to appeal to youngsters. Its excellence, however, will hold the interest of most adult viewers. Emphasis is common-sense bicycling skills and defensive driving concepts. It strongly encourages use of protective headgear for all cyclists. Additionally, it features members of the U. S. Cycling Team and typical family members ranging from novices to parents of such children. DONATED BY: EXXON CHEMICAL

BEAT THE HEAT: PREVENTING AND TREATING. HEAT DISORDERS (17 min)(SV-0388)
For employees who must perform their jobs in the heat, the reality is that it can cause bodily illness/injury, work site injury or even death. Addresses: 1) Thermo-regulation of the body; 2) Importance of replenishing fluids; 3) Prevention/treatment. Includes: Guide Booklet

BETTER SAFE THAN SORRY: MANLIFTS (20 min)(SV-0350)
See this presentation for informative information on safe operation of aerial lifts in industrial environment. (DONATED BY: CAPITOL ULTRASONICS)

BICYCLE SAFETY CAMP (25 min)(SV-0120)
Wear a helmet, use signal turns and look both ways before leaving a driveway or a stop sign. Ride in a straight line, no swerving and concentrate on the path ahead. Kids who sing along with "Bicycle Safety Camp" get all these important lessons and more. DONATED BY: BATON ROUGE BICYCLE CLUB

BLOODBORNE PATHOGENS(SV-1024)
Designed as an information/training tool for employees who are not normally exposed to blood or body fluid. Provides employees with important, precautionary information for avoiding exposure.

BLOODBORNE PATHOGENS (5:30 min)(SV-0622)
Train your workers to respect the hazards associated with BLOODBORNE PATHOGENS with this one-of-a-kind program. Video covers: (1) What BLOODBORNE PATHOGENS are; (2) Modes of transmission; (3) Proper protective measures; (4) Misconceptions about exposure.

BLOODBORNE PATHOGENS FOR NON-HEALTH CARE WORKERS(SV-1025)
Designed for all employees, even those who are not at occupational risk of exposure, to make them more aware of HIV and Hepatitus B viruses that can be transmitted through blood or body fluid. Helping an accident victim or performing CPR in an emergency could result in the transmission of a BBP.

BLOODBORNE PATHOGENS FOR THE SERVICE INDUSTRY(SV-0878)
Comply with the OSHA regulation and prevent accidental exposure to bloodborne pathogens: common bloodborne pathogens, their transmission routes and exposure situations, elements of an exposure Control Plan, prevention and handling exposure incidents.

BLOODBORNE PATHOGENS/CONSTRUCTION (17:00 min)(SV-0735)
This program explains the precautions to take when administering first aid on the construction site. Designed to prevent exposure to HBV and HIV and other bloodborne illnesses.

BOATING SAFETY (5 min)(SV-0557)
Every year more than 1,000 Americans die in boating accidents. Common boating hazards are described in this video and steps to take for avoiding accidents are discussed.

BONDING & GROUNDING (5:00 min)(SV-0772)
This video gives the definition of static electricity. It also covers the reducing effects of static electricity through grounding and the proper transferring of flammable liquids.

BONDING & GROUNDING OF FLAMMABLE LIQUIDS (9:00 min)(SV-0722)
Bonding and grounding of flammables is extremely important to reduce the exposure of explosions and fire due to static electricity during transfer of flammable liquids.

BOOMLIFTS IN CONSTRUCTION (10 min)(SV-0400)
Similar to above video, except with boom lift crane. Viewers learn safety procedures when working with and around the equipment.

BREAKER/JACK HAMMER SAFETY (6:00 min)(SV-0812)
This video covers warming-up to prevent back injury, wearing PPE for hearing, feet, hands, eyes, face, head and body. It also covers inspecting the breaker for safe use and hints for easier breaking.

BRINGING IN A BARGE (12:28 min)(SV-0175)
Basic nautical terms are introduced, along with ways of securing barges to docks and tugboats. Additionally, it features proper safety gear and the necessity of it. Another important feature is the careful observation of the area. (Includes Leader's Guide)

BUCKLE UP? - WHY BOTHER? (2:15 min)(SV-0147)
This short, to-the-point video gives answers to most frequent excuses for not wearing seat belts. It is geared to drivers of all ages.

BUCKLE-UP ON THE JOB (8 min)(SV-0294)
There is a common thread among these miners who were involved in heavy equipment accidents -- their lives were saved by seat belts! This "mine safety" video has a message for whom-so-ever. DONATED

BUILDING A PARTNERSHIP: CONTRACTOR SAFETY (23 min)(SV-0223)
This presentation is a straightforward and powerful program for improving the safety at any job site where the facility owner's employees and contractors work together. It provides a step-by-step process designed to open lines of communication between these groups and to develop a mutually supportive approach to safety. (Includes: Manual)

CAFETERIA SANITATION (6:40 min)(SV-0614)
The difference in cleaning vs. sanitizing; first-in/first-out method of food storage, practical steps to prevent spoiled food and spreading of germs.

CALIFORNIA SAFETY LAW(SV-1005)
On January 1, 1990 a new California State law took affect, calles Senate Bill 198. It represents a change of direction in California OSHA compliance efforts. It is designed to emphasize accident and injury prevention through effective safety programs and the strict enforcement of safety standards by California OSHA.

CALL BEFORE YOU DIG ANYTHING (8:00 min)(SV-0709)
Emphasizes the need to contact the necessary authorities before excavating or digging. Electrical, gas, utilities, telephone, and how to prevent accidents associated with digging operations.

CARBON MONIXIDE POISONING (14:00 min)(SV-0725)
Designed to train employees in hazards and safety procedures when exposed to carbon monoxide poisoning. Explains what causes carbon monoxide and how to prevent exposure to this hazard.

CARPAL TUNNEL (6:21 min)(SV-0623)
Excellent video uses state-of-the-art animation combined with live-action footage filmed in industries like manufacturing and meat processing to teach employees why carpal tunnel is a serious injury. Workers learn ways to eliminate the stresses that cause this repetitive motion injury.

CARPAL TUNNEL SYNDROME (6:00 min)(SV-0801)
This video covers the causes of CTS, anatomy of hand and wrist and prevention: proper positioning of wrists and hands.

CARTOON ALL-STARS TO THE RESCUE - MC DONALD'S CORP. (30 min)(SV-0093)
This video is an important resource in educating "kids" about the dangers of alcohol and other drugs. Nine year-old Corey is worried about her older brother, Michael. He's using drugs and stole her piggy bank to buy some more. TV's popular cartoon characters and a host of other animated all-stars leap into action to help turn Michael from the perils of drug-abuse while proving that there's a smarter way to go.

CDL "GENERAL KNOWLEDGE" WRITTEN REFRESHER TEST (30 min)(SV-0150-A)
This one includes a general overview of the NSC CDL requirements, including pre-trip and air brakes. (Teacher's Guide and Workbook included, with screening for pre-test, pre-trip and air brakes.) SV-150-A and SV-150-B may be used together.

CDL OFF ROAD TEST (10 min)(SV-0868)
Review the everyday maneuvers that your drivers must master. Includes: examiners instructions, turns, downgrades and upgrades, clearance concerns, an many more general driving techniques.

CDL PRE-TRIP INSPECTION (29:30 min)(SV-0149-B)
This NSC CDL video includes vehicle inspection, air brakes and pre-trip inspection. It includes a vignette of the pre-trip test. (Teacher's Guide and Workbook includes a pre-trip test.) SV-149-A and SV-149-B may be used together.

CDL ROAD TEST (10 min)(SV-0869)
Help your employees know exactly what to expect: vehicle inspection, basic control test, breakdown of passing scores for each test. Many valuable testing tips.

CDL SKILLS AND ROAD TEST (36:47 min) total time(SV-0149-A)
First Part - "Skills Test" --- (13:14 min) - This portion of the NSC CDL video summarizes requirements for the Skills Test for obtaining a Commercial Driver's License. (Teacher's Guide and Workbook included.)Second Part - "Road Test" --- (23:33 min) - This portion of the NSC CDL video summarizes the CDL road test and includes a vignette of it. (Teacher's Guide and Workbook included.) SV-149-A and SV-149-B may be used together.

CHAIN SAW SAFETY (5:00 min)(SV-0773)
This video covers avoiding burns, kickbacks and other chain saw injuries. It also covers PPE and proper tree cutting.

CHAIN SAW SAFETY (15 min)(SV-0233)
With chain saws being responsible for a large number of serious injuries and amputations annually, close attention to this program could help avoid some of these. Learn about: 1) proper usage; 2) safe procedures; and 3) maintenance.

CHANGE OF HABIT: CHEMICAL SPILLS(SV-1102)
Knowing how to take care of incidental chemical and waste spills can improve plant safety and protect the environment. This one focuses on the importance and ease of keeping such accidents from turning into major disasters.

CHEMICAL BURNS (5:31 min)(SV-0624)
Workers learn how safe work procedures and the use of chemical resistant personal protection can prevent burn injuries. First Aid measures are discussed, including the importance of safety showers and eye wash stations.

CHEMICAL DEPENDENCY (5:00 min)(SV-0835)
This video covers substances typically abused, documentation of signs of chemical dependency and what not to do when counseling employees.

CHEMICAL DEPENDENCY PROBLEMS (5:00 min)(SV-0836)
This video covers symptoms of cocaine or other drug use on the job particularly during shift work and documentation for chemical dependency problems.

CHEMICAL HAZARDS, IDENTIFICATION and TRAINING: INTRODUCTION and OVERVIEW (19 min)(SV-0123)
Chemicals may pose a health threat to employees who work with them. To protect workers from possible injury, "Right-To-Know" laws mandate that all employees working among hazardous chemicals be provided information about the chemicals and advised of the necessary safety precautions to use when handling them. This explains "Right-To-Know" and develops workers' understanding of their roles in being/staying informed.

CHEMICAL LAB SAFETY (11:30 min)(SV-0145)
In taking a common sense approach to laboratory safety, this covers proper handling of equipment and glassware, labeling of lab samples and personal hygiene in the lab. It also traces a chemical contamination scenario in the lab using a fluorescent chemical and black light to illustrate how improper handling can deposit a chemical in some "surprising" places. DONATED BY: G and E ENGINEERING

CHEMICAL PROCESS SAFETY (19 min)(SV-0194)
This introductory program will help ensure that all employees understand your company's chemical process safety program and will motivate them to take responsibility. 1) Complies with OSHA 1910.119; 2) Standard Operating Procedures (SOP's); 3) Employee and contractor training; 4) Preventive maintenance; 5) Written safety procedure updating; 6) Emergency procedures; 7) Compliance safety audits.

CHEMICAL PROTECTIVE CLOTHING (11 min)(SV-0961)
This video covers: Factors in choosing protection, comparing alternatives, performance requirements in order of importance for employee safety, heat stress and limitations and hazards.

CHEMICAL SAFETY(SV-1026)
Basic chemical safety program for employees whose jobs involve using, handling, storing, or disposing of chemicals. Meets general training requirements, targeting mainly those employees who use only small amounts of chemicals in their everyday work environments

CHEMICAL SAFETY II: HEALTH HAZARDS (20min)(SV-0432A)
Covers chemical health hazards and how to recognize them and prevent exposure to them.

CHEMICAL SAFETY III: FIRE AND EXPLOSION (25 min)(SV-0432B)
Program deals with the physical hazards of chemicals; how chemicals can start fires, cause explosions, or make a fire worse once it gets started.

CHEMICALS ALL AROUND US - CANCER RISK? (15:17 min)(SV-0098)
ABC-TV's "20/20" presents findings from nationwide authorities that suggest industrial chemicals, pesticides and carcinogens are not the leading cause of cancer today. This video offers interesting information about a modern concern. DONATED BY: TRIAD CHEMICAL AND AMPRO, INC.

CHILDREN ON SAFETY BELTS (9:25 min)(SV-0035)
Young survivors of automobile accidents come together to reinforce the importance of safety belt use. Children and adults can learn a lesson from their candid stories.

CHILDSAFE - VIDEO LIBRARY VOL. #1 (30 min)(SV-0076)
"Childsafe" is a critical safety summary of the typical American home. The narrator guides viewers through the bedroom, bathroom, kitchen, garage and patio pointing out the dangers to small children. Text is based upon principles by the American Academy of Pediatrics, Chicago, IL.

CHLORINE SAFETY (5:00 min)(SV-0804)
This video covers respiratory protection for good ventilation, use of engineering controls and monitoring of the safety process. It also covers MSDS and Chlorine Institute's Emergency Plan including toll-free number.

CHLORINE SAFETY (8:35 min)(SV-0178)
This program examines hazards associated with chlorine, its chemical characteristics, how to detect and locate chlorine leaks, emergency first aid and chlorine emergency repair kits. (Includes Leader's Guide)

CHOICES (12 min)(SV-0114)
This video addresses two causes of spinal cord injury resulting in paralysis. Six young people who have sustained such an injury discuss their feelings. Three of these people were in automobile accidents and were not wearing their seat belts. The other three were injured diving into shallow water. These people were rehabilitated at Shepherd Spinal Center and speak from personal experience.

CHOLESTEROL CONTROL-EATERS GUIDE (30 min)(SV-0900)
Join AT&T, Shell Oil, Xerox and many other companies who are using this vide4o to promote employee health. Covers challenging but necessary diet changes and great tips for food shopping, snacking and restaurant strategies.

CITY DRIVING TACTICS (20 min)(SV-0156)
Within one mile on a city street, a driver has to make approximately 58 separate decisions --- nearly one decision every second! This program illustrates the important driving tactics needed for safe city driving.

CLEAN-UP AND HOUSEKEEPING (9 min)(SV-0286)
This video stresses proper safety practices and precautions for avoiding hazards. While restricted mostly to MINE SAFETY, it is generic enough in message that others will benefit from it.

CLOSE-UP OF A CRISIS - A BATON ROUGE EXPLOSION (22 min)(SV-0101)
An examination of the explosion and fire at the Baton Rouge Exxon Refinery on December 24, 1989, is the focus/purpose of this video. It points out the importance of training employees to handle emergencies. The value of this is evident in the reactions of the well-trained, well-prepared employees at all department levels as they worked together to resolve this emergency. DONATED BY: EXXON REFINERY.

CO2 - THE BASICS (20 min)(SV-0358)
Of the varied fire-extinguishing agents, there is a definite need for CO2 - Carbon Dioxide for specific fires. Learn basics, limitations, procedures, etc. (DONATED BY: CSS ATLANTA)

COCAINE: THE TICKING CLOCK (5 min)(SV-0543)
The fastest growing economic and health problem in America today is the problem of dealing with cocaine in the workplace.

COMMUNICATION BASICS FOR SUPERVISORS (6:00 min)(SV-0839)
This video covers communication vs. simply talking, using gestures, signal, body language, listening skills and feedback. It also covers handling complaints from employees.

COMMUNICATIONS FOR SUPERVISORS (8:00 min)(SV-0838)
This video covers sharing company news with employees, fair, frank and private employee evaluations, the establishment of an open door policy and the refusal to play favorites.

COMMUNITY CARE AND EMERGENCY RESPONSE (10:30 min)(SV-0046)
Community awareness and emergency response in Geismar. Demonstrates how: 1. Information is provided to employees and surrounding communities. 2. Emergency response is coordinated between plants and local officials. DONATED BY: BASF CORPORATION

COMPRESSED GAS CYLINDERS - WORKING SAFELY (12 min)(SV-0498)
The energy possessed by a compressed gas cylinder creates a virtual missile if not handled with the utmost care. Covers positioning cylinders properly, storage incompatibilities, and fittings/connections.

COMPRESSED GAS CYLINDERS-SAFE HANDLING (6:00 min)(SV-0774)
This video covers DOT regulations for storage and use of compressed gas cylinders, ICC or DOT specifications markings, basic safety rules for moving, carrying, lifting and rules for extreme weather conditions.

COMPRESSED GAS CYLINDERS-SAFE USE (7:00 min)(SV-0775)
This video covers DOT regulations, using extreme caution with this potentially hazardous equipment, cylinder storage rules, and handling leaks and tagging cylinders.

COMPRESSED GASES: SAFE HANDLING (18 min)(SV-0373)
Proper handling of compressed gases requires special skills and training is the focus of this program. 1) Classifications and labeling; 2) Valves and leaks; 3) Handling cylinders; 4) Flammable, non-flammable and toxic gases.

COMPRESSED GASES: USE OF ACETYL/OXYGEN FOR CUTTING (42 min)(SV-0288)
Produced in cooperation with Pennsylvania Dept. of Energy, it shows proper use of oxygen and acetylene for cutting, inspection procedures for tanks and gauges, hose cleaning, and ways to blow oxygen and acetylene tank valves. A "mine safety" video that is generic enough in nature to benefit others.

CONDUCTING A SAFETY AUDIT (5:00 min)(SV-0764)
This video covers assessment and evaluations rules for an organization's safety program, employee perceptions of safety as a priority, auditing your medical and first aid procedures and auditing without assigning blame.

CONFINED SPACE - AIR MONITORING (5:50 min)(SV-0625)
Use this video to teach workers the type of atmospheric hazards found in confined spaces, procedures for measuring those hazards and the proper use of air-monitoring equipment.

CONFINED SPACE ATMOSPHERIC TESTING (17 min)(SV-0212)


CONFINED SPACE CASE HISTORIES (14 min)(SV-0445)
In this video program, re-enactment of real-life confined space accidents emphasize the importance of following proper confined space safety procedures. Once your workers see and hear these gruesome stories, they will be hard-pressed not to follow proper procedures. Safe atmospheric testing and monitoring; training the entry team; ventilation; and personal protective equipment.

CONFINED SPACE ENTRY(SV-1027)
A comprehensive program detailing the hazards associated with different types of confined spaces. Also covers the role of personnel during confined space work as well as the training requirements for rescue operations.

CONFINED SPACE ENTRY (11:00 min)(SV-0727)
Meets training requirements for anyone working or entering a confined space. Explains the rules, procedures, emergency procedures and more.

CONFINED SPACE ENTRY (29 min)(SV-0236)
Fundamental information to help address requirements for OSHA's new standards is included in this program. Upon completion, employees should: 1) Be able to identify/recognize "Confined Spaces"; 2) Recognize types of possible hazards that can be encountered in these spaces; 3) Be familiar with written "Permit-required Confined Space" Program, including use of "Entry Permit"; 4) Know what duties and responsibilities employees filling the three major roles in Confined Space Entry work have. (Reference Guide included)

CONFINED SPACE ENTRY (10 min)(SV-0339-A)
* This is one of a five-part series continued from the four videos (SV-132-A, B, C and D) on UNDERGROUND SAFETY. This series is developed as use for toolbox safety talks. Pamphlet, reinforcing key points, is available with each video. This video addresses the potential dangers involved with Confined Space Entry --- there is the obvious difficulty entering and exiting, along with the potential for a dangerous atmosphere.

CONFINED SPACE HAZARDS (5:10 min)(SV-0626)
This live-action video covers what a CONFINED SPACE is and its associated hazards. It motivates workers to respect potential hazards.

CONFINED SPACE HOTWORK (20 min)(SV-0213)
This video was developed to help employees identify hazardous conditions while safely performing hot work in confined spaces. It was developed in conjunction with OSHA standards and contains information necessary to instruct new employees and update experienced ones. (Includes: Guide Booklet)

CONFINED SPACE RESCUE (31 min)(SV-0131)
Following the latest OSHA standards and recommendations this is designed to help protect employees from the dangers of working within permit spaces. It also demonstrates safe rescue techniques since 60 percent of all confined space fatalities are rescuers. Areas covered include: 1) Worker orientation; 2) OSHA rescue requirements; 3) Defining technical rescue; 4) Needs assessment; 5) Developing the Rescue Team.

CONFINED SPACE RESCUE (5:20 min)(SV-0627)
Aimed at workers who perform emergency rescues, this program demonstrates simulated rescue situations to teach workers the importance of a pro-active approach and proper use of rescue and retrieval systems.

CONFINED SPACE SAFETY II: TESTING CONFINED SPACES (25 min)(SV-0433)
Shows and talks about the different types of confined spaces. Also discusses different equipment to use to pick up gases and toxic fumes in confined spaces and how to use it.

CONFINED SPACE VENTILATION (18 min)(SV-0226)


CONFINED SPACES: AIR MONITORING (9 min)(SV-0478)
It is critical that employees utilize continuous air monitoring practices when working in confined spaces. OSHA requires the monitoring of oxygen, flammable liquids and vapors, and toxicity in that order.

CONFLICT COMMUNICATION SKILLS (14 min)(SV-0369)
No matter how well you use your conflict communication skills, there may be people who refuse to respond in a rational way. Learn how to recognize and defuse a possible hostile situation through use of conflict communication skills. Includes: Reference Quiz

CONSTRUCTION & MAINTENANCE ZONE TRAFFIC CONTROL (5:00 min)(SV-0813)
This video covers contributing factors of accidents caused by ineffective traffic controls, developing a traffic control plan with help from APWA, warning devices and their proper placement and training flagging operators.

CONSTRUCTION BACK SAFETY (10 min)(SV-0435)
This program will teach you how you can work hard and still prevent back pain by learning how to work smart and safely.

CONSTRUCTION ELECTRICAL SAFETY: CURRENT CONTROL(SV-1094)
The electricity coming into a construction site can be dangerous-even deadly. This program will help train construction workers in the safe way to work around electricity in addition to discussing protective devices and safe work practices.

CONSTRUCTION FALL PROTECTION (11 min)(SV-0204)
Alerting employees to the consequences of falls and explaining how falls can be prevented is the aim of this video. It addresses: 1) How to negotiate slippery surfaces; 2) How to control hazards; 3) How to avoid falls; 4) Necessary/proper equipment.

CONSTRUCTION FORKLIFT SAFETY (15:00 min)(SV-0694)
This program is designed to meet mandatory training requirements for anyone operating forklifts on the job site. Program details forklift engineering principles, safe operating rules and operator maintenance. Excellent program to improve forklift performance and safety.

CONSTRUCTION FORKLIFTS(SV-1090)
This award winning training package shows how forklift accidents can be prevented with the safe operating procedures and proper training and will help you comply with OSHA's Powered Industrial Truck Standard. The package includes the VIDEO, Construction Forklifts:Extending Your Reach, employee handbooks, and inspection checklists.

CONTROLLING ABSENTEEISM (7:00 min)(SV-0840)
This video covers setting examples, decreasing absenteeism through good working conditions and rapport among supervisor/staff.

CONTROLLING AUTO SKIDS(SV-0874)
Demonstrate That skidding, though one of the most dangerous driving hazards, is both preventable and controllable. Includes: vehicle control, brake application, brake pumping and its limitations, traction, control of front wheel, as well as hydroplaning.

CONTROLLING TARDINESS (7:00 min)(SV-0841)
This video covers motivating employees to avoid being late, employee education regarding punctuality policy and counseling for the employees.

CONVEYOR SAFETY (7 min)(SV-0290)
Introduces basic hazards found around conveyor belts and stresses accident prevention. This "mine safety" video is generic enough to benefit others. DONATED

CORPORATE CRIMINAL LIABILITIES ACT (18 min)(SV-0901)
Although based on the California "Managers Go To Jail Law" smart business people across the country should note this new trend in criminal prosecution of managers. Purpose and goals of such laws. Good faith efforts required to avoid prosecution, including documentation, legal specifics, including discussion of terminology used in the California Law and list of regulatory agencies affecting you.

CORROSIVES (6:16 min)(SV-0628)
Train workers on the hazards associated with corrosives, including battery acid and phosphates. Live-action footage covers proper handling and storage of corrosive materials in the work environment.

CPR PROVIDERS (7:00 min)(SV-0802)
This video covers preventing bloodborne pathogens, overview of CPR technique: unblocking airways, why breathing through victim's mouth helps. It also covers general steps to take when finding unconscious victims and the importance of taking a certified training course.

CRANE AND SLING SAFETY (19 min)(SV-0385)
Overhead and jib boom cranes and slings are found in almost every industry in one form or another. Operators forget that any misuse or any breakdown in equipment can be a potential disastrous safety hazard. See proper techniques for safe use and procedures for daily inspections. Includes: Reference Guide

CRANES, CHAINS AND SLINGS (5 min)(SV-0612)
Shows importance of daily inspection of hoisting equipment; safe operation of equipment; types of hooks; and centering loads on hooks.

CRANES, CHAINS, SLINGS& HOISTS(SV-1028)
This program meets OSHA training requirements for employyees who operate jib hoists or cranes. Program explaind sling angles, safety techniques, inspection procedures, and much more.

CRAWLER SAFETY (18 min)(SV-0058)
This is a step-by-step, safety-emphasis video for training customer service personnel. First half is operating procedure while the second half concentrates on regularly scheduled service and maintenance. DONATED BY: J. I. CASE CO.

CRIMES OF OPPORTUNITY (30 min)(SV-0192)
Special segments of this video demonstrate how to protect oneself from becoming a victim of crimes of opportunity/preventable crimes. Segments include: 1) Car breaking down in an unfamiliar neighborhood; 2) When one is working late, alone; 3) Should you feel you're being followed; 4) If an armed assailant confronts you; 5) When using public transportation; 6) Alone, on the street, after dark.

CUSTOMER SERVICE-RETAIL (10 min)(SV-0938)
With a professional, helpful attitude employees can boost sales, encourage repeat customers and thus ensure the success of your company: 1)damage in poor customer service. 2)customer turnoffs and how to avoid them 3)knowledgeable and helpful attitude 4)tactful handling of a problem customer.

CUTTING IT SHORT - PART I (5 min)(SV-0559)
Mowing the yard can be dangerous if the rules of safety are ignored. Through the TV classic "Dragnet" we are reminded to always practice safety when using a power mower.

CUTTING IT SHORT - PART II (5 min)(SV-0560)
Riding lawn mowers can be dangerous - even deadly - when safety is ignored. A journey through the TV classic "Twilight Zone" stresses riding mower safety.

D.O.T. DRUG AND ALCOHOL TESTING (20 min)(SV-0329)
Even though the percentage of commercial drivers who use drugs is low, it only takes one driver to cause a major disaster. This video explains the drug-testing system to supervisors and employees, thus helping to alleviate their fears.

DANGER-HAZARDOUS DUTY: LOADING DOCKS(SV-1100)
Loading docks and warehouses are among the most dangerous areas in any workplace. Halpless Hal learns about safety while working on the docks.

DANGER: BENZENE (5 min)(SV-0577)
Benzene is a colorless liquid chemical and a key ingredient in many products and industrial processes. Handled carelessly, it can pose a major health and safety risk for workers. It is crucial to remember this substance is both toxic and highly flammable. Safety tips are provided for safe work habits.

DEADLY DETOUR: BARRICADE SAFETY II (5 min)(SV-0591)
Barricades can prevent serious injury, or even save a life, but only if they are observed and maintained. Driving around road construction and barricades is not only tricky; it can be dangerous to both drivers and road crews.

DEADLY MIX (45 min)(SV-0091)
Dan Rather hosts this "48 Hours" production, portraying today's social dilemma of people driving while intoxicated. Families of drunk driving victims and imprisoned drunk drivers are interviewed, providing a rare look/insight into the problem. This is hard-hitting, factual and persuasive.

DECONTAMINATION (6:40 min)(SV-0630)
Proper decontamination procedures must be understood and respected to prevent exposure to yourself and others who come in contact with you. This NEW program teaches employees the importance of following proper decontamination procedures.

DEFENSIVE DRIVER...WHO ME? (8:30 min)(SV-0027)
A humorous, behavioral approach to defensive driving. Keys in on weather conditions, tailgating, mental awareness and other key points for driving safely and defensively.

DIET NUTRITION AND CANCER PREVENTION (11 min)(SV-0902)
Increase health awareness and motivate employees to make positive changes. This video includes seven easy-to-implement diet guidelines, as well as food choices and preparation tips for cancer prevention. Also covers other controllable cancer risk factors.

DIET RIGHT (5 min)(SV-0532)
Proper diet and exercise lead to a more rewarding and healthier life style. This video covers most of the "do's and don'ts."

DIGGING BAR/PICK SAFETY (5:00 min)(SV-0793)
This video covers types of digging bars: sharp points vs. digging blades, keeping tools sharp using grinders, inspecting for splinters, loose heads on picks, proper personal protective equipment and preventing strains and sprains.

DISABLED VEHICLE, ACCIDENT PROCEDURE AND TRUCK FIRES(SV-0949)
Encourage professional behavior even in difficult circumstances. Includes: Pre-trip inspection, emergency equipment. Disabled Vehicle: roadside safety, notification. Accidents: information exchange, notification, professional behavior. Truck Fires: typical causes, possible actions.

DISCIPLINE SAFETY ENFORCEMENT (6:00 min)(SV-0844)
This video covers elements of safety program, proper documentation and counseling and why enforcing safety rules is important.

DISCIPLINE/COUNSELING (6:00 min)(SV-0842)
This video covers equal rule enforcement, no paper work = no counseling in legal terms, and what and what not to say during counseling.

DISCIPLINE: PERFORMANCE STANDARDS (6:00 min)(SV-0843)
This video covers fair and equal enforcement of rules, reviews to keep employee informed and encouragement for employees to improve their job performance.

DISCIPLINE: THE HOT STOVE THEORY (6:00 min)(SV-0845)
This video covers discipline similar to the hot stove theory and discipline as a counseling rather than "writing up" suspension or firing.

DISHWASHER, BUS PERSON AND MAINTENANCE PERSON SAFETY (13 min)(SV-0985)
A good safety attitude is essential when working in these service jobs. Familiarize your employees with hazards and ways to avoid them. Includes teamwork and safety awareness, proper dressing, footwear, and grooming preventing cuts and burns, chemical and electrical hazards and back injury prevention.

DISPOSAL OF HAZARDOUS WASTE(SV-0966)
Description of the hazards of paper trail. Receiving requirements, responsibilities of the generator, time limitations on storage and accumulation, storage and disposal of hazardous wastes.

DOG BITE PREVENTION (12 min)(SV-0903)
Minimize this very real hazard by making informed and professional decisions when encountering dogs: Treat all dogs as hazards, respect their turf. Observing presence of dog and its behavior. Preventive practices, and actions to use if confronted. What to do in the event of a bite.

DOG BITE PREVENTION (3:00 min)(SV-0806)
This video covers avoiding dog bites, distraction of angry dogs and "let sleeping dogs lie."

DON'T GET BURNED BY CHRISTMAS (12 min)(SV-0255)
More fires occur during the winter and the holiday season than any other time. This public education presentation covers ways to avoid some holiday tragedies: 1) Outlines causes of Christmas season fires; 2) Details proper selection, placement and decoration of trees; 3) Illustrates disposal techniques; 4) Shows four steps to maximize home fire precautions.

DON'T LET UP: ANTI-LOCK BRAKING SYSTEM (9 min)(SV-0465)
General Motors and AAA Foundation for Traffic Safety co-sponsored this video to introduce viewers to key concepts of how ABS works. New and/or young drivers are introduced to simulated emergency situations in a car without ABS and one with ABS. REMEMBER --- under normal driving conditions a vehicle with ABS will not stop any faster than a vehicle without ABS, so, ALWAYS MAINTAIN A SAFE FOLLOWING DISTANCE. Points to remember about ABS include: 1) steer ability; 2) stability; 3)stop ability. Includes: Guide Booklet

DOT HM-126F-TANKER INSPECTION (20 min)(SV-0994)
Comply with HM_126F, which requires specialized training for drivers operating cargo tanks or 100 gallon portable tank vehicles: conditions requiring tanker tests, inspections, periodic retesting and inspection, compliance sates, and required qualifications of inspector an inspection facilities.

DRINKING AND DRIVING: A DEADLY COMBINATION (22 min)(SV-0155)
A vivid account with a strong message discourages "any/all" ages from driving while under the influence. While being honored for her work, Jane has "only two" glasses of wine to celebrate with her coworkers. The events that follow as she routinely leaves work to pick up her child and go home are strong deterrents to drinking and driving.

DRIVER ATTITUDE (6:10 min)(SV-0629)
This motivational program covers safe driving procedures, seatbelt use and the effects of drugs and alcohol on driving.

DRIVER'S DAILY LOG(SV-1069)
Overviews the basic requirements and the importance of the hours of service regulations.

DRIVING DRUNK: YOUR CHOICE? (20 min)(SV-0356)
A powerful, effective presentation to curtail or stop drunk driving is in this video. It covers alcohol, drugs, driving and the driver or would-be driver. Includes: Guide Pamphlet

DRIVING IN DANGEROUS SITUATIONS (14 min)(SV-0451)
Sometimes operators must handle forklifts in dangerous situations. This crucial video program will help operators avoid accidents by reviewing special techniques for specific situations. Special driving techniques; slippery surfaces; heavy traffic areas; loading docks; inside trailers/ramps.

DRIVING SAFETY-COUPLING AND UNCOUPLING(SV-0995)
Perfect for introduction or quick review of several important safety topics for your tractor-trailer drivers.

DRIVING SAFETY-EXTREME WEATHER(SV-0867)
Perfect for introduction or quick review of several important topics for your tractor-trailer drivers.

DRIVING SAFETY-NIGHT DRIVING(SV-0866)
Perfect for introduction or quick review of several safety topics for your tractor-trailer drivers.

DRIVING SAFETY-SEEING HAZARDS(SV-0996)
Perfect for introduction or quick review of several important safety topics for your tractor-trailer drivers.

DRIVING SAFETY-TRUCK FIRES(SV-0997)
Perfect for introduction or quick review of several important safety topics for your tractor-trailer drivers.

DRUG ABUSE & WHAT TO DO ABOUT IT (12:00 min)(SV-0734)
Designed more for supervisory personnel to recognize the symptoms of drug abuse and then how to deal with the problem. Excellent course for supervisors and management personnel.

DRUG TESTING (8:00 min)(SV-0837)
This video covers the employee drug testing process, confidentiality, and why employees are tested.

DRUG TESTING IN THE WORKPLACE (11 min)(SV-0904)
Employees use drug screening to discourage use and ensure safety. Explain your basic drug policies and the testing procedure. When testing may be required and when to seek treatment, and screening: Employees rights, chain of custody records and positive results.

DRUG USE AND ABUSE (9 min)(SV-0488)
Research shows that drug abusers compared to drug free employees are: absent from work more often, less productive, more likely to file medical claims and incur more medical costs, more prone to injure someone else on the job.

DRUM HANDLING (18 min)(SV-0243)
This is one from a Hazwoper Training Series that is designed to comply with the joint OSHA/EPA Hazardous Waste Operations and Emergency Response Standard, OSHA 1910.120. It includes: 1) Inspecting drums and worksites; 2) Handling and moving drums; 3) Opening/sampling; 4) Characterization/staging; 5) Decontamination.

DUMP TRUCK SAFETY (5 min)(SV-0611)
Video shows importance of pre-startup equipment inspection; checking tires and brakes; working with helper or coach; and stopping distances and reaction.

DUST MASK RESPIRATORS (6:15 min)(SV-0631)
This NEW program discusses the proper use, care and storage of the dust mask and how it relates to a safe respiratory protection program.

EDITH SUPERSTARS (13 min)(SV-0053)
Award winner designed to teach children the elements of E.D.I.T.H. (Exit Drills in the Home).

EGRESS/EXIT SAFETY (5 min)(SV-0589)
While your building may have emergency exits, which meet safety codes, you might not be able to escape disaster because you can't exit safely. Learn from three key points discussed in this video: 1) Obstructions; 2) Exit doors; 3) How to exit safely.

ELECTRIC PALLET JACK(SV-1029)
This program explains proper procedures for operating and maintaining electric pallet jacks.

ELECTRICAL BURNS (5 min)(SV-0518)
The greatest danger in treating victims of electrical burns is shock hazards to the rescuers. This video covers this and all the basic precautions of initial treatment of electrical burns.

ELECTRICAL EMERGENCIES: PROPER RESPONSE(SV-1011)
This video covers crucial information such as the three levels of electric shock, common causes and classification of fire and proper first aid measures that should be administered to victims of shock or smoke inhaltion.

ELECTRICAL GROUNDING (28 min)(SV-0293)
Basic principles of electrical grounding are shown in this video. Circuits explained include: 1) Voltage on frame of machine with no grounding; 2) Voltage on frame of machine with no electrical fault; 3) Voltage on frame of machine with an electrical fault; 4) Examples of "peg grounding" with electrical faults on different phases; 5) Proper electrical grounding techniques; 6) Ways to avoid electrical hazards by using proper grounding procedures. This "mine safety" video is generic enough to enlighten other industries. DONATED

ELECTRICAL HAZARDS: AVOID THE RISK(SV-1009)
This video discusses safe work practices that every electrical worker should employ in order to avoid the risk of electrical shock or electrocution. It also provides guidelines for working with electrical circuits, proper grounding procedures, as well as controlling electricity by using proper lockout/tagout methods

ELECTRICAL HAZARDS: COMMON MISTAKES (6 min)(SV-0475)
The three most common hazards are electrical shock, fire and explosion. All are the products of improper maintenance and/or use of electrical equipment.

ELECTRICAL PRINCIPLES: (ELECIAL SAFETY) (14 min)(SV-0115)
This program complies with the new OSHA Electrical Safety standard and covers: 1) How electricity works; 2) Electrical circuits; 3) Proper grounding; 4) Circuit protection devices.

ELECTRICAL SAFETY AWARENESS (14 min)(SV-0241)
A brief explanation about how electricity works is given. After showing what can happen if/when one comes into contact with power lines, it demonstrates (with some examples) precautions necessary for working safely around power lines both on-the-job and at home. DONATED BY: GULF STATES UTILITIES COMPANY

ELECTRICAL SAFETY OVERVIEW(SV-1030)
Geared toward all audiences concerned about electrical safety awareness. Covers basic safety rules that apply when working with electrical equipment.

ELECTRICAL SAFETY RELATED WORK PRACTICES STANARD(SV-1031)
This program is designed to meet OSHA requirements for training authorized and non-authorized personnel in electrical hazards. Meets mandatory requirements for training who not only work with electricity, but also operate electrical equipment.

ELECTRICAL SAFETY-QUALIFIED EMPLOYEES (5:48 min)(SV-0633)
Over 100 workers are killed on the job each year by electrocution and thousands suffer the effects of electrical shock. Reduce these accidents by training qualified workers on: (1) Identifying energized parts; (2) De-energizing potentially dangerous systems; (3) Safe clearance distances; (4) Precautionary measures to ensure safety.

ELECTRICAL SAFETY-SAFE WORK PRACTICES (4:40 min)(SV-0634)
Prevent injuries and property damage by training workers to respect electricity and the potential dangers it presents. Program covers: (1) Safe work practices; (2) Safe distances from electrical hazards; (3) Inspecting equipment; (4) Proper PPE.

ELECTRICAL SAFETY: BASIC PRINCIPLES(SV-1008)
When working around electricity, maintaining personal safety requires knowledge and application of basic electrical safety principles, safe work practices, and correct emergency response procedures. This video provides definitions for several terms commonly used among electrical workers.

ELECTRICAL SAFETY: THE HAZARDS OF ELECTRICITY (5:53 min)(SV-0632)
Appropriate for all workers, this live action video helps prevent accidents by training employees on: (1) Fundamentals of electricity; (2) Main causes of electrocution and electrical shock; (3) Electricity as a source of fire.

ELECTRICAL SAFETY: WORKING AROUND LIVE CIRCUITS(SV-1010)
This video is specially designed to provide vital lessons for qualified electrical workers and discusses requirements for qualification as specified by OSHA. It also highlights ways to reducing risk of injury by adhering to the rules and guidelines of the National Electrical Code.

ELECTRICITY: SAFETY AT HOME (20 min)(SV-0077)
Neglectful or thoughtless use of electricity can be dangerous, even fatal. In this film a utility field inspector uses dramatic vignettes to instruct people on using electricity safely in homes. Illustrations of typical potential dangers include: 1) Pulling plugs out of outlets by their cords: 2) Making faulty assumptions about circuit breakers, power lines and insulation; 3) Operating electrical appliances while touching water; 4) Using a three-pronged plug in a two-pronged extension cord.

Emergency Action Plan(SV-1075)
This program will teach your employees the basic aspects of emergency action planning. They will learn evacuation procedures as well as the importance of simulations and the responsibilities of all personnel.

EMERGENCY ELEVATOR EVACUATION (17 min)(SV-0906)
Trains fire fighter how to perform emergency elevator rescue in high rise buildings. Covers the fire fighting rescue team, equipment, and the four different types of elevator rescuers.

EMERGENCY ELEVATOR OPERATION (10 min)(SV-0907)
Details methods for taking control of elevators after a smoke detector has been activated. All Phase I and Phase II operational procedures.

EMERGENCY PREPAREDNESS (14 min)(SV-0125)
Companies will be able to maintain employee safety in an emergency by following this program's guidelines on developing an emergency plan. The program features knowing what departments and facilities to contact for assistance, how to announce an emergency and conduct an evacuation, as well as how to handle the media, etc. In effect, it explains the purpose and function of a Crisis Management. Team and demonstrates a practice drill.

EMERGENCY PREPAREDNESS (6 min)(SV-0492)
React to emergencies based on knowledge and practice, and respond in a clear, thoughtful manner. Video illustrates basic steps to follow in a disaster.

EMERGENCY PREPAREDNESS AT WORK(SV-1032)
This program explains how workers should prepare for emergencies such as earthquakes, hurricanes, tornados and other. Provides training to reduce property damage and prevent injuries during such emergencies.

EMPLOYEE SAFETY FOR RETAIL(SV-0939)
individual awareness and elimination of unsafe acts will help your employee achieve a great safety record. Slips/fall hazards and avoiding them, broken glass, pins and scissors. Cardboard cutter safety, ladder, stair and escalator safety, electrical and fire safety.

EMPLOYEE SAFETY ORIENTATION(SV-1033)
Required by OSHA for training all employees in the "general hazards" to which they may be exposed. Helps promote a safe attitude in any work environment.

EMPLOYEE SAFETY ORIENTATION (6:00 min)(SV-0757)
This video covers avoiding accidents due to inattention or short comings, providing counseling, stating consequences and time allowed for behavior correction. It also covers training and authorization required for use of equipment and chemicals, rules of fire prevention and prevention of back injuries.

EMPLOYER'S RIGHTS AFTER AN OSHA INSPECTION (13 min)(SV-0908)
This information is taken directly from OSHA's own literature. Learn exactly what your options are after having received a citation: *Violations: willful, serious and repeated *Posting requirements for citations *Options: agreeing to or contesting citations *Follow-up inspections.

EQUIPMENT AND MACHINE GUARDING (15 min)(SV-0379)
According to the title, guarding is provided for the safety of workers and/or passersby who might accidentally come in contact with them. These guards should not be removed for convenience, shortcuts, etc.

ERGONOMICS(SV-1034)
This program meets the training requirements for this new area of safety. Outlines the four major elements that form the core of any ergonomics plan.

ERGONOMICS AND YOUR HEALTH: EMPLOYEE EDUCATION (13 min)(SV-0121)
As employees learn to give a little extra attention to their workspace and to their activities in it, they are rewarded with more energy, job satisfaction and fewer aches and pains.

ERGONOMICS AT WORK (14 min)(SV-0017)
Details the benefits of ergonomics to employees and management. Features examples of solutions to typical health problems and makes recommendations for correcting them.

ERGONOMICS: THE PRACTICAL APPROACH (16 min)(SV-0282)
Ergonomics is the study of the relationship between people, the equipment they use and the physical environment in which they work. Application of the knowledge of this tri-fold relationship benefits one's well being and performance while improving both short- and long-term health and safety. Topics include: 1) Why/how ergonomics is applied; 2) General approach to address ergonomic hazards; 3) Human body and workspace design; 4) Static and muscular effort; 5) Controls and displays. This focuses on industrial ergonomics.

ERGONOMICS: WHAT SUPERVISORS NEED TO KNOW(SV-1017)
This video outlines necessary steps to ensure compliance with newly released OSHA standard.

ERGONOMICS: YOUR BODY AT WORK (20 min)(SV-0274)
This award-winning program creatively incorporates footage from "I Love Lucy" and features baseball Hall-of-Famer Jim "Catfish" Hunter, pointing out the dangers of repetitive motion and cumulative trauma disorders. Addresses both office and industrial: 1) Defines "ergonomics"; 2) Cumulative trauma disorders and contributing factors; 3) Work site analysis: low-cost improvements; 4) Modifying body mechanics; 5) Proper use of hand tools. (Includes: Guide Booklet)

EVERY TIME I LOOK AT MY HANDS (16 min)(SV-0395)
This effective hand-safety video features victims of hand injuries, which were avoidable. Each victim recounts how the accident happened and how, with proper precautions, these injuries could have been avoided. (DONATED BY: SONOCO PRODUCTS CO.)

EVERYTHING TO LOSE (20 min)(SV-0023)
This is a hard-hitting approach to plant safety. Demonstrates how following signs, directions and using common sense can help avoid careless accidents. DONATED BY: CRAWFORD CONSTRUCTION

EYE INJURIES (5 min)(SV-0576)
By simply wearing the proper eye protection, a worker's chances of receiving an eye injury are almost eliminated. The need for eye protection is emphasized by graphically depicting the types of injuries possible when this simple safety measure is ignored.

EYE PROTECTION (10:00 min)(SV-0737)
An effective program to make employees more aware of their responsibilities in wearing eye protection when provided. Explains different types of protection, first aid procedures, and more.

EYE PROTECTION (8:00 MIN)(SV-0778)
This video covers special protection needed for ultraviolet rays, handling acid or alkali exposures, and rules about contact lenses.

EYE PROTECTION: A NEW APPROACH(SV-1035)
A serious approach to eye to eye safety covering the when's, where's, and how's of eye protection. Discusses the amount of protection afforded by each type of eye protection and what to do in the event of an emergency.

EYE PROTECTION: SEE THE WHOLE PICTURE(SV-1012)
This will help your employees understand the importance of proper eye protection. Reviewing essential procedures, it focuses on avoiding eye injuries and also covers emergency procedures should an accident occur.

EYE PROTECTION: WHY GAMBLE? (20 min)(SV-0267)
Viewers are introduced to graphic eye injuries via interviews and clinical photographs, motivating use of proper eye protection. A portion of the program covers the proper first aid treatment for different eye injuries. (Guidebook included)

EYE SAFETY (19:56 min)(SV-0141)
Motivation through education is the idea behind this program. Three kinds of eye hazards are illustrated and the type of protection for each is discussed. Proper first aid procedures are demonstrated.

EYE SAFETY (5 min)(SV-0544)
There are over 90,000 disabling workplace eye injuries each year. Most could be prevented with proper selection and use of eye protection. This motivational video program stresses the importance of eye protection by showing workers common eye injuries and means of prevention.

EYE SAFETY (5:12 min)(SV-0635)
Over 90,000 disabling workplace eye injuries occur each year. However, most could be prevented with proper selection and use of eye protection. This motivational video program stresses the importance of eye protection by showing workers common eye injuries and how to prevent them.

EYE SAFETY (9 min)(SV-0224)
Apart from being painful and often disfiguring and debilitating, an eye injury is considered to be one of the most feared workplace injuries. Naturally, eye safety is an important consideration in many workplace situations. This program covers: 1) Structure of the human eye; 2) Types of eye injuries; 3) Hazards in the workplace; 4) Control measures.

EYE SAFETY - SERVICE INDUSTRY VERSION (5 min)(SV-0678)
This motivational program stresses the importance of eye protection by showing workers common eye injuries and how to prevent them.

Facility Security: The Critical Link(SV-1076)
Most emergency situations arise with very little warning, and we now know that a terrorist attack can strike in any form. This video highlights important points in maintaining facility security and explains that in an emergency situation, human intelligence is the critical link. • Bombs, fire, fraud, chemical and biological weapons • Security measures and ID checks • Perimeter security and building access • Recognizing suspicious activity • Electronic security and cyber-terrorism • HazMat safety/transportation

FACTS ABOUT AIDS (11 min)(SV-0159)
This up-to-date program reveals the latest government findings about AIDS and answers the most commonly asked questions about this deadly disease: 1) What is AIDS?; 2) How many people have AIDS?; 3) Why should I be tested for AIDS?; 4) How does the infection spread?; 5) Can I get AIDS from casual contact?; 6) How can I protect myself from AIDS?

FACTS ABOUT OSHA INSPECTIONS (16 min)(SV-0909)
OSHA ensures compliance with their regulations through inspections. Learn priorities, procedures and legal ramifications. OSHA's inspection priorities. Your records and injury rate. Inspection process, closing conference. Citation and penalties.

FACTS ABOUT THE HAZARD COMMUNICATION STANDARD (THE) (12 min)(SV-0008)
Introduces the Haz-Com standard and Right-to-Know training requirements. Describes responsibilities of manufacturers and employers, and shows how the standard helps workers protect themselves from chemical hazards.

FALL PROTECTION(SV-1036)
Explains the OSHA standards for fall protection including proper procedures and use of equipment.

FALL PROTECTION (10:00 min)(SV-0742)


FALL PROTECTION (6:40 min)(SV-0636)
Falls are second only to automobile accidents as the leading cause of workplace fatalities. This program teaches workers the importance of recognizing and respecting potential fall hazards.

FALL PROTECTION FOR IRON WORKERS (15 min)(SV-0301)
Professional stunt men are sure to grab your employees' attention and show them the importance of fall protection. 1) Complies with OSHA's proposed 1926.750; 2) Illustrates a 100-percent fall protection system; 3) Reduced one company's EMR to .5.

FALL PROTECTION: WHAT'S REQUIRED and BEYOND (20 min)(SV-0344)
For a well presented, enlightening concept of fall protection requirements and more, see this informative video.

FALLS (5 min)(SV-0585)
Falls are the easiest types of preventable accidents and yet are among the leading causes of accidental deaths. In this video we see some reasons falls occur and some preventive measures to take.

FAMILY DISASTER PLAN/SUPPLIES (24:38 min)(SV-0312)
As the title implies, this presentation might be used as a guide to assist in preparing for emergencies. DONATED BY: AMERICAN RED CROSS - BATON ROUGE CHAPTER

FAMILY TALK ABOUT DRINKING (32:03 min)(SV-0315)
Information in this video and in the accompanying guides is based on input from the Family Talk Advisory Panel -- a group of nationally recognized, independent authorities in the areas of child psychology, family counseling and alcohol treatment. Includes: Guide Booklets, etc. from Anheuser Busch

FATAL SHOCK: ELECTRICAL. CASE HISTORIES (24 min)(SV-0219)
These dramatic re-enactments of actual incidents prove the importance of following proper procedures and reporting unsafe electrical working conditions. Other areas covered include personal protective equipment and firm reasons for personal verification of electrical lockout/tagout.

FIGHTING THE STRAIN - ERGONOMICS (5 min)(SV-0573)
Ergonomics - the relationship between a worker and his/her work environment - can be used effectively to combat strain and fatigue. A simple re-design of the workplace can sometimes reduce injuries, absenteeism and mistakes. This video points out how to use ergonomics to create a more pleasant and productive environment.

FIRE ESCAPE - GETTING OUT ALIVE (5 min)(SV-0581)
The best way to survive a fire is to have a fire escape plan. In this video we learn tips on how to live through a fire emergency--what to do to get out of the fire and smoke alive.

FIRE EXTINGUISHER TRAINING (8:00 min)(SV-0710)
Educates employees on the proper and safe use of fire extinguishers and classes of fires.

FIRE EXTINGUISHER TRAINING (8:00 min)(SV-0788)
This video covers saving lives vs. property, extinguisher inspection, and extinguisher operation: PASS method and classes of fires.

FIRE EXTINGUISHERS (35 min)(SV-0291)
Produced in cooperation with West Virginia University, this video discusses means of extinguishing a fire, classes of fires and some of the extinguishers. In addition, it covers basic inspection techniques for stored pressure and cartridge-operated, dry-chemical extinguishers. This "mine safety" video is generic enough to be appreciated by others.

FIRE EXTINGUISHERS (5:59 min)(SV-0637)
This video educates the viewer on the classifications of fire extinguishers and the type of fire for which they are suited. It demonstrates proper use and federal requirements for storage and maintenance.

FIRE EXTINGUISHERS (7 min)(SV-0240)
Your viewers will see a demonstration of how to use fire extinguishers, the "PASS" system procedure and an explanation of the various classes of fires.

FIRE PREVENTION RESPONSIBILITY (10:17 min)(SV-0269)
Basic fire-prevention techniques are presented with the emphasis on employee responsibility for housekeeping, prevention of blocked emergency exits, electrical fire prevention and fire extinguisher use.

FIRE PROTECTION AND ELECTRICAL SAFETY (9 min)(SV-0910)
Excellent for new or experienced employees, covers fire extinguishers, sprinklers, housekeeping, chemicals, cords, receptacles and general electrical safety.

FIRE PROTECTION/ ELECTRICAL SAFETY(SV-1037)
Supplements the OSHA requirements for emergency preparedness training and reinforces safety orientation training in fire protection and electrical safety.

FIREARMS SAFETY AND THE HUNTER (30 min)(SV-0275)
This off-the-job video is applicable in various settings. Employees will learn and appreciate the following: 1) Common mistakes; 2) Firearm safety; 3) Basic safety rules; 4) Using good judgement.

FIREARMS SAFETY BEGINS IN THE HOME (22 min)(SV-0055)
Firearm safety can never be taken for granted: it involves much more than the storage and handling of guns. The precautions and rules presented in this program can prevent accidents not only in the home but wherever firearms are being kept and used.

FIRST AID FOR ACCIDENTS (20 min)(SV-0137)
A seriously injured person could die awaiting the arrival of trained medical personnel. In an emergency the victim's life may depend on the first aid knowledge of his/her fellow workers. Attention focuses on properly administering first aid, along with alerting employees to the high incidence of work-related accidents.

FIRST ON THE SCENE (30 min)(SV-0029)
Addresses the essentials for first responders on the scene for hazardous materials accidents. Shows right and wrong methods for handling this type of accident. DONATED BY: TRIAD CHEMICAL

FIT TEST RESPIRARTORS(SV-1038)
Explains the need and proper procedures for testing, maintaining and using respiratory equipment. Details comfort asessment and the qualitative test.

FIT TESTING RESPIRATORS (7:00 min)(SV-0779)
This video covers how to check for cracks and leaks, a demonstration of seal testing, and why testing for seals is important.

FLAGGING TRAFFIC SAFETY (5:00 min)(SV-0808)
This video covers avoiding potential traffic disasters, safe attire for day or night work and avoiding confrontation with the public.

FLAGGING/USE OF TRAFFIC PADDLES (15 min)(SV-0353)
Directing traffic, both on public highways and on premises of a work site, is of primary concern to move traffic and ensure safety of those following the instructions/directions. Learn how to gain confidence and respect while in control of safety of those involved. (DONATED BY: CRAWFORD CONSTRUCTION CO.)

FLAGGING:YOU'RE THE DIRECTOR(SV-1091)
The job of the flagger is crucial for preventing highway work zone accidents. However, flaggers are often not properly trained or worse, not trained at all. This program reviews vital flagging procedures.

FLAMMABLE LIQUIDS (6:27 min)(SV-0638)
Help prevent large-scale destruction due to improper handling and storage of flammable liquids. Video covers: (1) Proper handling; (2) Characteristics of flammable liquids; (3) Hazards associated with flammables.

FLEET RESPIRATORY PROTECTION (5:00 min)(SV-0821)
This video covers function of a respirator, protecting against dust, fumes, mists, and gases. It also covers types of respirators: disposable masks, half-masks, SCBA and air-line.

FLEET SHOP CHEMICAL SAFETY-AUTOMOBILE (5:00 min)(SV-0822)
This video covers hazardous materials awareness, including asbestos brake lining & gasoline, using Material Safety Data Sheets, safety containers and spray painting.

FLOORS, RAMPS AND BRIDGING DEVICES (18 min)(SV-0377)
Safety regulations refer to horizontal or near-horizontal surfaces on which a person could slip/trip. Key elements to accident prevention on these surfaces are: 1) Consideration of the area; 2) Inspection of surface and equipment; 3) Consideration of how the surface or equipment will be used. Includes: Reference Guide

FOOT PROTECTION (6:00 min)(SV-0780)
This video covers sprains and fractures defined, and protective shoes: steel-toed, metatarsal guards.

FOOT PROTECTION (11 min)(SV-0003)
Identifies three classifications of safety shoes and explains the functions of toe shields, metatarsal guards and puncture-resistant soles. Details the most common hazards of foot injury and how those injuries can occur.

FORKLIFT ENGINEERING PRINCIPLES (5:00 min)(SV-0786)
This video covers the lever & fulcrum principles, load center of a forklift: center of gravity, and stability triangle & the three-point suspension system.

FORKLIFT FUNDAMENTALS: CARRY THE LOAD (18 min)(SV-0431A)
This program goes over: 1) Operating conditions; 2) Special hazards; 3) Vehicle and pedestrian traffic; 4) Proper load manipulation.

FORKLIFT FUNDAMENTALS: GET THE FACTS (19 min)(SV-0431B)
This program goes over: 1) Powered industrial trucks; 2) Controls and instrumentation; 3( Power plant inspectors; 4) Equipment inspection.

FORKLIFT MAINTENANCE SAFETY (5:00 min)(SV-0787)
This video covers inspection of checklist before operation of both battery and gas forklifts, watching overhead to stay clear of ceilings, proper personal protective equipment for LP gas and battery changing procedures.

FORKLIFT MECHANICS SAFETY (18 min)(SV-0911)
Increase forklift mechanics, awareness of both personal and vehicle safety coves: Basic attire and PPE. Labeling and MSDS. Flash point, auto-ignition, combustible vs. flammable liquids and explosive atmosphere fire safety: extinguishers and housekeeping. Flammable liquids and static electricity. Specific hazards: paint products, petroleum products, batteries and asbestos.

FORKLIFT OPERATION - SAFETY ON THE JOB (19 min)(SV-0071)
In this highly effective film, forklift operators are motivated to "get that training" after watching what happens to a warehouse worker, who --- without adequate training --- offers to assist a co-worker operate a forklift. Procedures covered include picking up loads and carrying them forward, reverse, upgrade and downgrade, along with proper maintenance checks and emergency handling situations.

FORKLIFT OPERATOR SAFETY(SV-1040)
A comprehensive program for anyone operating forklifts in the manufacturing environment.

FORKLIFT SAFE DRIVING (6:18 min)(SV-0643)
Live-action video uses actual industrial scenes to demonstrate how accidents occur. Program motivates veteran drivers and new recruits to use safe driving techniques. Stresses the importance of driving as a professional and always using safe driving skills to prevent costly accidents, injuries and damage to equipment.

FORKLIFT SAFETY (7:00 min)(SV-0749)
This video covers OSHA rules, speed limits, parking safety and chocks and blocks.

FORKLIFT SAFETY (10 min)(SV-0484)
The forklift driver is in control and must anticipate and avoid problems. Forklifts are classified by their safety features, source of power, lifting capacity, operator position and type of lifting device.

FORKLIFT SAFETY FOR SUPERVISOR-HUMEROUS (24 min)(SV-0912)
With humor, help supervisors create an effective forklift operation training program: 1)Eligibility: physical exam including color and depth vision, good driving record. 2)Training: engineering principles, operating rules, inspection, maintenance, documentation, licenses. 3)Performance test: obstacle course, stacking. 4)Importance of enforcing rules.

FORKLIFT WALK BEHINDS (6:18 min)(SV-0644)
Live-action program looks at the fundamentals necessary for the safe operation of these hand trucks, including pre-operation inspection and understanding load capacity.

FORKLIFTS AND PEDESTRAINS (6:16 min)(SV-0641)
Excellent training for all employees who work in and around forklift areas. Live-action scenarios filmed in industry show how serious forklift accidents can be prevented.

FORMALDEHYDE SAFETY (7:01 min)(SV-0402)
In this program you will learn the hazards associated with formaldehyde and how to work with it safely.

FOUR ELEMENTS OF RESPIRATORY PROTECTION (11 min)(SV-0352)
See and understand the different types of respiratory fit testing, along with a description of the four elements of a respiratory program. (DONATED BY: CAPITOL ULTRASONICS)

FRAMER SAFETY (16 min)(SV-0913)
Meets requirements for framer safety. Excellent to introduce common hazards on a jobsite. Includes PPE, safety attitude, housekeeping, tool safety, electrical safety, ladder use, doing work "on the ground", forklifts, lifting, setting columns/walls, machine guarding, awareness of other trades and more.

FRAMER SAFETY (16:00 min)(SV-0711)
Orientation program for persons assigned to framing. Meets training requirements of exposure to general hazards.

FRIENDS FOR LIFE - (FOR MADD and SADD) (15 min)(SV-0140)
This one videos students during a SADD conference and covers their participation in the conference. DONATED BY: CREATIVE VIDEO PRODUCTIONS

GAS CYCLINDERS (6:52 min)(SV-0645)
Animation depicts the hazards that can result if gases contained in cylinders are handled improperly. The program motivates workers to properly store and handle the many types of gases contained in cylinders.

GAS WELDING SAFETY(SV-1041)
Program explains cylinder connections, valves, "cracking", and basic safety procedures to follow when performing fuel gas welding and cutting.

GAS WELDING SAFETY (14:00 min)(SV-0695)
Excellent program for experienced and inexperienced gas welders. Explains basic safety rules, operating procedures and makes these craft specialists more aware of their safety responsibilities. Strongly supports fire prevention.

GAS WELDING SAFETY (5:00 min)(SV-0860)
This video covers basic safety measures, keeping area free of combustibles, compressed gas cylinder safety specifications and protecting against infrared radiation.

GASES AT HOME AND WORK (5 min)(SV-0602)
Each and every day we are exposed to gases in our homes and at work. In this message tips are suggested for preventing exposures that could be harmful or even deadly.

GENERAL OFFICE SAFETY(SV-1042)
Explains the most common hazards and results that occur in the office. Program discusses: chairs, ladders, office equipment, video display terminals, safe lifting, fire prevention and more.

GENERAL OFFICE SAFETY (9:00 min)(SV-0715)
Demonstrates the most common office hazards and injuries. Excellent for office personnel and safety orientation training.

GENERAL SAFE WORK PRACTICES (12:00 min)(SV-0703)
Outlines basic job responsibilities, safe work practices such as housekeeping, safe lifting, personal protective equipment. Meets requirements for training in exposure to "general hazards."

GET IT STRAIGHT --- MC DONALD'S CORP. (20 min)(SV-0082)
McDonald's anti-drug program provides relevant information about the dangers of drug abuse along with the positive aspects of drug-free lifestyles. This award-winning film combines humorous vignettes with actual teen workshops.

GETTING CONTROL OF TIME (6:00 min)(SV-0846)
This video covers tracking time, meeting deadlines and setting priorities, avoiding procrastination and delegating authority, not responsibility.

GIMME SAFETY OR GIT ME OUTA HERE (15 min)(SV-0268)
Employees will love this "Saturday Night Live" type comedy that is perfect for introduction or review. It covers: 1) Fire protection; 2) Electrical safety; 3) Safe chemical handling; 4) Proper lifting.

GOLF COURSE MAINTENANCE SAFETY (14 min)(SV-0977)
Ensure employees work safely while maintaining your facilities in beautiful condition. 1)Dressing for sun protection and other PPE. 2)Inspection and repair of equipment. 3)Battery charging, handling and maintaining. 4)Material safety data sheets (MSDS).

GOOD DRIVING IS AN ATTITUDE (5 min)(SV-0504)
A driver's attitude is one of the most important aspects of safe driving. Explores why each driver should consider his/her mental state before getting behind the wheel.

GOOD HOUSEKEEPING IS GOOD BUSINESS (13 min)(SV-0040)
Covers all essentials for a good housekeeping program. DONATED BY: BASF CORPORATION

GOOD SAFETY IS GOOD BUSINESS (5 min)(SV-0513)
Safety is good business, both for employers and employees. It holds down costs, keeps businesses more competitive and protects people and jobs.

GRADE CROSSING SAFETY (PROFESSIONAL DRIVERS) (26 min)(SV-0251)
Two objects cannot simultaneously occupy the same space. This basic law of physics is graphically demonstrated in this program when this fact is violated. There is a wide variation in stopping distances for trains and trucks -- trucks have the ability to stop, preventing injuries. Trains do not have this ability. DONATED BY: KANSAS CITY SOUTHERN RAILROAD

GRINDING (6:30 min)(SV-0646)
Filmed on-location, this live-action video program teaches workers the correct use of engineering controls, proper PPE and establishes techniques for safe grinding operations.

GROUND FAULT CIRCUIT INTERRUPTER (11:00 min)(SV-0688)
Designed to train all employees in the use of GFCI's and how the system works. Excellent program to increase electrical safety awareness. Program also explains elements of the mandatory GFCI written program.

GROUND FAULT CIRCUIT INTERRUPTERS(SV-1043)
Excellent program that reviews what GFCI's are all about, how they work and general safety procedures for protection against electrical shock.

GROUNDS KEEPING: LAWN MOWER SAFETY (6 min)(SV-0479)
Illustrates importance of manufacturer instructions, protective clothing, safety features of equipment, precautions when cleaning, inspection and service of mower.

GUEST SAFETY SERIES - GUEST ROOMS (5:07 min)(SV-0682)
Because of unfamiliar surroundings, the majority of guest injuries occur in their rooms. This program points out that although housekeeping has a major role in keeping rooms hazard free, all employees who enter the rooms must be on the lookout for potential hazards.

GUEST SAFETY SERIES - LIABILITY MANAGEMENT (8 min)(SV-0683)
Liability Management teaches employees the procedures to follow after a guest incident occurs. This program will motivate your employees and create an awareness and respect for the follow-up procedures.

GUEST SAFETY SERIES - POOL AREAS (5:10 min)(SV-0684)
Pool areas provide a great deal of enjoyment and benefits to guests, yet they also contain several potential hazards that can lead to guest injuries and increased liability. This program outlines procedures needed to insure guest safety.

GUEST SAFETY SERIES - PUBLIC AREAS (5:15 min)(SV-0681)
Public Areas points out the hazards that can be found throughout the property. The program demonstrates preventive measures your workers can perform to reduce the possibility of a guest injury.

GUIDE TO AHERA COMPLIANCE (16 min)(SV-0941)
Meet annual requirements for employees regarding asbestos, the biggest environmental issue in schools. Remind them of the characteristics and health effects of this hazard and where it is encountered.

Gun Safety: Accident Prevention(SV-1108)
Thousands of accidents happen yearly from guns whether you own a gun or not! By knowing the five basic safety rules and scenarios dealing with gun safety, whether you own a gun or not, will prepare you for the time that you or a loved one comes into contact with a gun. Knowing these safety rules will never hurt you, not knowing them can. Manu: Fox Labs, Inc.

HALON 1301 (12 min)(SV-0107)
The value of extinguishing fires rapidly/immediately is second only to preventing them. Halon, an inert gas, deprives a fire of oxygen and has proven to be one of the most effective and rapid products used for this purpose. Additionally, it is safe, clean and extremely swift in action and effectiveness. DONATED BY: DOW CHEMICAL

HAND & POWER TOOL SAFETY (7:00 min)(SV-0854)
This video raises the awareness of hand/power tool safety issues-the simple screwdriver causes 100 deaths annually, tool inspection, and proper inspection procedures for electrical plugs, outlets and parts.

HAND & WRIST INJURIES (7:00 min)(SV-0781)
This video covers potential problems: sprains, strains, cuts, lacerations and finger-tip injuries. It also covers medical care for each type of injury.

HAND AND POWER TOOL SAFETY(SV-1044)
This program helps reduce injuries when using hand and power tools. Explains electrical safety and safe uses of impact tools, wrenches, cheater bars and other hand tools. Emphasizes the importance of safe behavior and attitude when working with such devices.

HAND AND POWER TOOL SAFETY (13:00 min)(SV-0689)
Meets the training requirements for those employees who use hand and power tools. Emphasis is on the individual responsibility, taking care of the equipment and general safety rules relating to these tools.

HAND AND POWER TOOLS-FLEET SHOP (16 min)(SV-0990)
Review basic rules of hand tool safety and explain importance of tool control and maintenance procedures. Covers: common injuries due to use of he wrong tool, four basic rules for hand tool safety, portable power tools, and demonstrations of hazards when modified or misused, basic safety rules and special hazards for power tools, and inspection and repair procedures.

HAND AND POWER TOOLS-FLEET SHOP (16 min)(SV-0998)
Review basic rules of hand tool safety and explain importance of toll control and maintenance procedures. Covers: common injuries sue to use of the wrong tool, four basic rules for hand tool safety, portable power tolls, and demonstrations of hazards when modified or misused.

HAND PROTECTION (7 min)(SV-0493)
Hands are important-don't take them for granted. Gloves should be used based on the type of job being performed and the hazards involved.

HAND PROTECTION: LESSONS FOR A LIFETIME (20 min)(SV-0389)
We take our hands for granted until something dreadful happens. This program features workers who recount their experiences with hand injuries, demonstrating why the injuries occurred and how they could have been avoided. Topics include: 1) Hazard assessment; 2) Machine hazards; 3) Electrical hazards; 4) PPE selection. Includes: Guide Booklet

HAND SAFETY (10 min)(SV-0283)
One's hands are literally two irreplaceable tools. Aimed at the general workforce, this program identifies three important steps in guarding against hand injury: 1) Awareness of potential hazards; 2) Discipline to follow safe work procedures; 3) Appropriate use of correct protective equipment. Potential hand-injury hazards include: 1) Everyday activities involving manual handling; 2) Using hand tools and other equipment/machinery; 3) Wearing loose clothing and jewelry; 4) Inappropriate use of gloves; 5) Contact hazards with hot, cold, or sharp items; 6) Contact with irritating substances.

HAND SAFETY (5:51 min)(SV-0477)
In this program you will learn how hand injuries happen, protective measures you can use to prevent injury and basic first aid procedures to follow if a hand injury occurs.

HAND TOOL SAFETY (6:00 min)(SV-0855)
This video covers electrical equipment grounding, 3 prong and double insulated, rules for protection from shock, safe use of power and hand tools and avoiding accidents when using the most abused tool, the bench grinder.

HAND TOOL SAFETY IN THE WORKPLACE (29:30 min)(SV-0064)
This presentation is by the "Hand Tools Institute." It includes over 100 recreated common misuses and unsafe uses of hand tools by workers. Throughout the film viewers are alerted to hand tool safety practices that prevent accidents as well as to the dangers of misuses.

HANDGUN SAFETY (5 min)(SV-0540)
Basic handgun safety is the theme. Children and guns are covered also, along with the proper handling and storage of handguns.

HANDLING & USING FLAMMABLE LIQUIDS (10:00 min)(SV-0721)
Using flammables requires special procedures and safe handling, storing, using and disposal of materials. Program meets basic requirements for training personnel using flammable liquids.

HANDLING AND TRANSPORTING HAZ-MAT SAFELY (27 min)(SV-0221)
On 5-15-92 the Dept. of Transportation (DOT) published 49 CFR Parts 171-177, the final rule for training for safe transportation of hazardous materials (HM 126F). This program is designed to: 1) Make employees aware of DOT regulations on handling and transporting haz-mat; 2) Familiarize employees with the training required by those regulations; 3) Help employees to know how to recognize and identify haz-mat. (Includes: Presenter's Guide)

HANDLING BULK LIQUIDS IN BARGES (9:40 min)(SV-0176)
Barges used to transport products pose some unique safety hazards to workers who transfer bulk liquids to and from them; they also utilize some unique safety equipment, including emergency shutdown devices, flame screens and spill boxes. This program describes the typical steps in a product transfer, with special emphasis on numerous slip, trip and fall hazards. (Includes Leader's Guide)

HANDLING BULK LIQUIDS IN TANK TRUCKS (15:25 min)(SV-0179)
Included in this video are: 1) Major features of a typical tank truck; 2) Procedures for top loading; 3) Procedures for pressurized top unloading. Features described include: 1) "Spec Plate" and DOT classifications; 2) Pressure and vacuum vents; 3) Spill dam and rollover; 4) Internal safety valve in the product outlet, including fusible and frangible plug. (Includes Leader's Guide)

HANDLING COMPRESSED GAS CYLINDERS (12 min)(SV-0265)
Most laboratory gases are kept in pressurized containers. This program outlines the hazards and necessary handling procedures that result from such storage, along with safe transporting, dealing with leaks, proper labeling and the required protective gear.

HANDLING EMPLOYEE PERSONAL PROBLEMS (5:00 min)(SV-0847)
This video covers business costs of personal problems: lost sales, property damage, and even personal harm. It also covers statistics on troubled employees and behavior problems.

HANDLING THE HEAT (5 min)(SV-0552)
Heat stress is a common health and safety problem in many workplaces. Learn how to recognize heat stress and learn some remedies.

HANDLING THE PRESSURE (5 min)(SV-0588)
Hydroblasting packs as much as ten thousand pounds of pressure per square inch. Learn from this overview what you should know when working around hydroblasting. It addresses preparation, protective clothing and safety precautions for avoiding injury to yourself and others.

HANDS UP! (5 min)(SV-0595)
Muggings can happen to anyone, but they're more likely to happen to people who are easy targets and the best defense is prevention. Learn tips to avoid robbery by planning ahead, staying alert and using common sense.

HAPLESS HAL'S ROADSIDE SAFETY (5 min)(SV-0529)
Hal goes on vacation with his family and encounters several roadside hazards. Hal recovers, as usual, to share some meaningful points on roadside auto safety.

HARD HAT SAFETY (8:00 min)(SV-0814)
This video covers the function of hard hats: providing impact, electrocution, and/or heat protection, maintaining suspensions in hard hats, other hard hat maintenance and overcoming arguments against wearing hard hats.

HARD HATS - HARD HEADS (5 min)(SV-0524)
This centers around first aid for head injuries --- specifically, head injuries that could be avoided by wearing a hard hat instead of trying to have a hard head.

HARDOUS ENERGY SOURCE (10:00 min)(SV-0687)
Mandatory training for both "affected" and "authorized" personnel. Explains what lockout-tagout is and how to control potential accidents from machines and equipment that may be started accidentally through a variety of energy sources.

HAZ-COM -- AN OVERVIEW (5:28 min)(SV-0515)
A quick reference guide to Hazardous Communications requirements. Designed to be an introduction to Haz-Com requirements, labeling and material safety data sheets.

HAZ-COM LABELING (10:45 min)(SV-0177)
This video describes currently used, major hazard warning labeling systems and addresses the recognition and understanding of color and numerical codes of NFPA "Fire Diamonds" and HMIS hazard-warning systems. Other areas featured include detailed labeling formats outlined in the Resource Conservation and Recovery Act (RCRA) and those outlined by OSHA and the Dept. of Transportation (DOT). (Includes Leader's Guide)

HAZ-COM: THE ROAD TO SAFETY (16 min)(SV-0392)
Using the analogy of depending on and following road signs when travelling, this program effectively teaches recognition and importance of becoming proficient at following information on hazardous material, etc. warning/info. labels. Includes Reference Guide

HAZARD COMMUNICATION(SV-1045)
Required OSHA training for all employees to be aware of hazardous chemicals and materials in the workplace and to understand the fuction of MSDS's.

HAZARD COMMUNICATION (5:00 min)(SV-0751)
Thos video covers labeling of all chemical containers, MSDS & their use, avoiding the mixing of chemicals and taking safety home.

HAZARD COMMUNICATION-FLEET (5:00 min)(SV-0823)
This video covers the importance of reading labels and MSDS.

HAZARD COMMUNICATION-HEALTHCARE (4:00 min)(SV-0830)
This video covers recognition of instant killers among health and physical hazards, first aid procedures, spills and cleanup procedures and employees right to know about workplace chemicals.

HAZARD COMMUNICATION: A HEALTHY RESPONSIBILITY (19 min)(SV-0256)
All employees should know about the potential hazards of the chemicals with which they work. This video is an excellent introduction or refresher for anyone who might encounter hazardous chemicals and addresses the following: 1) Complies with OSHA 1910.1200; 2) How to identify hazardous chemicals; 3) Reading warning labels; 4) Understanding an MSDS5) Specific examples. (Includes Leader's Guide) DONATED BY: ALBEMARLE CORP.

HAZARDOUS CHEMICALS AND MATERIALS FOR TEACHERS (14 min)(SV-0942)
Teachers must learn the hazards associated with the various chemicals found in the school environment and take responsibility for safety. Defines chemical terminology, encourages reading of labels and MSDS, and gives many tips to avoid contamination. Also covers asbestos safety and emergency preparedness.

HAZARDOUS COMMUNICATIONS (10:00 min)(SV-0719)
Excellent program to meet hazard communication requirements by training employees in chemical safety, labeling, and material safety data sheets.

HAZARDOUS MATERIAL LEAKS, DRIPS & SPILL CLEANUP (5:00 min)(SV-0752)
This video covers hazardous material defintion, development of an emergency plan, personal protective equipment and cleanup procedures.

HAZARDOUS MATERIALS TRANSPORTATION (18 min)(SV-0335)
Everyone who ships, transports, handles and/or stores hazardous materials must comply with Department of Transportation regulations --- H.M. 181 and H.M. 126F. Includes information on the following: 1) Scope of HAZMAT Regulations; 2) Definitions, terms and requirements; 3) Specific requirements; 4) Initial response to HAZMAT incidents.

HAZCOM FOR CONSTRUCTION(SV-1095)
By understanding the Hazard Communication Standard (HazCom) outlined in this program, the dangers of working with and around chemicals can be effectively controlled.

HAZCOM LABELS(SV-1097)
Under OSHA's HazCom standard, each container of hazardous chemical in the workplace must be labeled, tagged or marked with the identity of the chemical and must show hazard warnings. The standard also requires employees to read labels and follow instructions

HAZCOM:INTRODUCTION TO MSDS(SV-1096)
The MSDS is a key element of OSHA's HazCom standard that provides detailed information on a hazardous chemical, including it's potential hazardous effects, it's physical and chemical characteristics, and reccomendations for appropriate protective measures. The MSDS ensures that employees have the information they need to use hazardous chemicals safely.

HAZMAR LOADING AND STORING (14 min)(SV-0886)
Shipper vs. carrier liability, requirements for carriage by highway, air vessel and rail, load segregation according to DOT tables.

HAZMAT DOCUMENTATION (16 min)(SV-0883)
General shipping paper requirements, rail carriage documentation, emergency response documentation, requirements fir carriage by air, water and highway.

HAZMAT LABELS (11 min)(SV-0885)
Liability, shipper vs. carrier, general labeling requirements, radioactive labels, guidelines and specifications on labels.

HAZMAT PACKAGING AMD MARKING (17 min)(SV-0882)
general packaging requirements, packaging class 1 materials, non-bulk packaging for classes 2-8, 9 materials, general package marking requirements.

HAZMAT PLACARDS (11 min)(SV-0887)
General placarding liability, placard specifications and placement, usage guidelines for placards.

HAZMAT TRAINING FOR COMMERCIAL VEHICLES (16 min)(SV-0881)
Developed specifically for "small quantity" hazmat transporters. Employees who carry paint, lubricant, pesticide, flammables, solvents or compressed gas in their company vehicles must be trained. Includes: overview of regulations and applications to commercial service businesses, recognizing hazardous materials and understanding packaging.

HEAD PROTECTION (10 min)(SV-0425)
Highlights the importance of safety gear and reviews the classifications of bump hats and hard hats. Covers other equipment designed for use with safety headgear, including face shields, welder's hoods, goggles and safety glasses for eye protection, as well as earplugs and earmuffs for hearing protection.

HEAD PROTECTION (10:40 min)(SV-0419)
Depicted hazards include: falling objects, slips/trips, protrusions, flying objects, toxic fumes, noise levels, obstructed vision, chemical splashes, inadequate lighting and long hair. Types of injuries include death, mental retardation, loss of mobility, loss of control of bodily functions, deafness and blindness.

HEARING CONSERVATION (12:00 min)(SV-0738)
Excellent program that explains how hearing loss is acquired through noise, what type of protection to use, and emphasizes the employee's responsibility in wearing the equipment when provided.

HEARING CONSERVATION (8:00 min)(SV-0782)
This video covers three-part hearing conservation program: testing, training and protection, and various types of ear protection.

HEARING PROTECTION: A SOUND PRACTICE (16 min)(SV-0298)
A good rule-of-thumb is that one needs hearing protection when one must raise one's voice to be heard less than two feet away. Video addresses: 1) Noise, hearing loss and hearing protection; 2) Indications of needing protection; 3) When noise is dangerous and noise reduction ideas; 4) Decibel readings and medical testing. (Includes: Guide Booklet)

HEARING PROTECTION: SOUNDS GOOD TO ME(SV-1073)
This program covers the importance of proper hearing protection. It discusses the effect noise has on the human ear, personal protective equipment, and controlling harmful noise.

HEARING SAFETY (18:02 min)(SV-0066)
This program stresses the importance of hearing conservation in all noise environments. The hazards involved with both short- and long-term exposure to common levels of industrial noise and the correct use of various protective devices are shown.

HEARING SAFETY (6:30 min)(SV-0647)
Motivates workers to protect their hearing, using dynamic graphics to show how the ear works. Effects of noise and types of ear protection are also covered.

HEARING THE GOOD THINGS IN LIFE (4:12 min)(SV-0526)
This is a humorous videotape, which makes a point that it pays to wear hearing protection. Long-term hearing loss is a major problem among industrial workers, even though protection is readily available.

HEAT STRESS(SV-1007)
Save lives with this concise program that uses live-action location footage and state of the art graphics to train workers on the dangers of excessive heat exposure. Excellent for workers in all industries, this video uses a common-sense approach and features preventative measures for reducing the chances of suffering from exhaustion and heat stroke.

HEAT STRESS(SV-1047)
This program covers how to prevent heat stroke, heat stress, fainting, and other heat- related illnesses.

HEAT STRESS (5:00 min)(SV-0856)
This video covers the body mechanics of controlling temperature, treating heat related illnesses, and precautionary measures to take.

HEAT STRESS (13 min)(SV-0278)
Working outdoors in hot, humid weather can certainly lead to heat stress and other heat-related illnesses. Many of these, however, are not caused by weather-related conditions. Equipment giving off extremely high levels of heat can create environments conducive to causing these conditions. 1) Situations leading to heat-related illnesses; 2) Heat stress, heat exhaustion and heat stroke; 3) Body reactions to heat and first aid; 4) Recognizing heat stress symptoms. (Presenter's Guide included)

HEAT STRESS (5 min)(SV-0545)
In this video one is taught prevention, how to recognize symptoms and what to do for Heat Stress Disorder.

HEAT STRESS (8 min)(SV-0495)
Heat-related illnesses strike any time your body cannot cool off. Watch for signs of heat illnesses in yourself and others. Take steps to beat the heat, before the heat beats you.

HEAT STRESS (GENERAL. SAFETY) (10 min)(SV-0181)
Many "illnesses" are surfacing from employees working in high temperature jobs --- hot warehouses to warm assembly or manufacturing environments. Viewers learn symptoms, causes, prevention and first-aid treatment relating to heat stroke, heat stress, fainting, along with how to prevent these illnesses.

HEAT STRESS FOR CONSTRUCTION (12 min)(SV-0915)
A common sense approach to keeping cool in hot environments. This entertaini9ng and instructional video explains: internal body reactions to high heat levels, symptoms, treatments of 5 heat-related disorders and preventative actions.

HEAT STRESS: DON'T LOSE YOUR COOL(SV-1016)
Program provides no-nonsense approach to heat stress and how to prevent or treat heat disorders.

HEAVY EQUIPMENT OPERATIONS (10 min)(SV-0132-A)
"*" This is one of a four-part series from the National Safety Council on "UNDERGROUND SAFETY."It has been developed as a tool box safety talk. Handouts reinforcing key points are included for distribution to viewers after viewing. This one covers safe use of trench shields.

HEIGHTENED AWARENESS: FALL PROTECTION IN THE CONSTRUCTION INDUSTRY (20 min)(SV-0437)
Talks about several types of fall protection such as guardrails, safety nets, etc. and OSHA's requirements on them.

HELMET LAWS: WHOSE FREEDOM? (8 min)(SV-0198)
When motorcyclists crash, the results can be disastrous. This is especially true in the case of brain injuries. Helmets can help reduce these head/brain injuries and this video shows the consequences of riding without a helmet.

HELPING YOUR TROUBLED EMPLOYEE (14:26 min)(SV-0105)
This one is designed for organizations that have an Employee Assistance Program (EAP) or are interested in starting one. It is geared toward supervisors and labor representatives to help educate them in how to refer a troubled employee to an EAP. Areas covered include spotting signs of a problem, evaluating an employee's job performance, confronting the employee and dealing with the employee after seeking help for him/her.

HERBICIDE SELECTION AND SAFE USE (20 min)(SV-0979)
An in depth examination of safe and effective weed control, with emphasis on the in-field safety: special site and environment factors; choosing equipment, clothing and herbicides; and storage, disposal and spills of herbicides.

HOLIDAY HAZARDS IN THE HOME (14 min)(SV-0151)
In documentary form this video describes some of the hazards unique to the holidays surrounding the time of Christmas. Toxic plants, dangerous toys, poisonous "look-alikes," fire hazards and safety tips are discussed in detail.

HOLIDAY SAFETY (17 min)(SV-0326)
Holidays should be enjoyable and safe --- sensible precautions can greatly enhance such results. Pay special attention to the following: 1) Fire hazards 2) Drinking/driving 3) Holiday stress 4) Food handling.

HOME AIR CARE: INDOOR AIR AND YOUR HEALTH (12:30 min)(SV-0443)
What causes this pollution? How does it affect your health? And how can you find out if the air in your home is safe? Tour your home with Dean Johnson and learn valuable tips to protect yourself and your family.

HOME SAFETY: PAST, PRESENT AND FUTURE (5 min)(SV-0553)
Each year some 20,000 deaths occur in the home, mostly the results of falls, burns or accidental poisonings. This video reminds us to be aware of potential dangers during everyday activities.

HOMICIDE IN THE WORKPLACE (17 min)(SV-0916)
Prevent robbery/assault, security, lighting customer service, cooperation with assailants. Report safety issues and problem employees.

HOOK-UP: PERSONAL FALL PROTECTION (18 min)(SV-0424)
This award-winning video program actually saved a Worker's life! A worker, who had not been using his fall protection correctly, saw this program, made the adjustments and survived a major fall as a result. 1) Complies with OSHA's proposed 1910.128-131; 2) Equipment anchorage, tie-off and lose; 3) Body belts and harnesses. Includes: Guide Booklet

HOSPITAL FIRE SAFETY SET(SV-0973)
Protect the patient: shows efficient patient evacuation methods. Confine the Fire: covers the basic steps in preventing the spread of fire. Extinguish the Blaze: proper choice and use of different types of fire extinguishers.

HOSPITAL SANITATION & DISINFECTION (5:00 min)(SV-0831)
This video covers the origins of bacterial infections, controlling infections at the source and handling of bloodstained materials.

HOTEL EMPLOYEE SAFETY ORIENTATION(SV-0877)
Thinking safety is the most important factor in preventing accidents and injuries. Remind staff about safety obligation, including: equipment and electrical safety, PPE, chemical handling and fore safety and preventing falls and back injuries.

HOTEL HOUSEKEEPING SAFETY(SV-0879)
Encourage housekeeping staff to protect their own safety as well as that of your guests. Covers: safe lifting techniques, pushing carts, chemical safety, safety inspections of each room and bed-making and bathroom cleaning safety.

HOUSEKEEPING (6:07 min)(SV-0649)
An essential part of a safe workplace, proper housekeeping techniques help reduce property damage, injuries and deaths, while improving employee morale. This program discusses measures for preventing accidents, especially slips and falls, and the ultimate workplace disaster - fire.

HOUSEKEEPING - GENERAL WORK SPACE (5 min)(SV-0527)
Proper housekeeping is one of the first steps in maintaining efficient and safe working conditions. This covers the need for keeping clean, organized workspace.

HOUSEKEEPING IN MANUFACTURING(SV-1048)
One of the most important aspects of safety is housekeeping. This program emphasizes the need for every employee's cooperation and effort in keeping their workplaces clean, orderly and safe.

HOUSEKEEPING ON THE JOB SITE (10:00 min)(SV-0708)
Housekeeping on the job site requires teamwork and responsibility. Program stresses individual responsibility, why housekeeping is important and how it improves the overall safety efforts.

HOUSEKEEPING RESPONSIBILITIES (5:00 min)(SV-0789)
This video covers handling liquid oil and grease spills, proper storage of refuse, and handling broken glass.

HOW TO CONTROL BACK PAIN(SV-0917)
One-third of all North Americans suffer back pain at some time. Educate employees to keep their backs healthy. Causes of back pain: stress, inactivity, poor posture, the back pain cycle. Prevent or lessen back pain: visualization, muscle relaxation, exercise and good posture.

HOW TO DEVELOP A SAFETY PROGRAM (5:00 min)(SV-0761)
This video covers problem-solving: a safety committee's goal, allowing committee's time to focus on safety, and an emphasis on training and documentation.

HOW TO FIT TEST RESPIRATORS (10:00 min)(SV-0741)
This training video explains why fit testing is necessary, how to properly fit test respiratory equipment, and general information on caring and using equipment.

HOW TO HANDLE BLEEDING INJURIES (8:00 min)(SV-0803)
This video covers an overview of basic techniques, arterial vs. venous bleeding, pressure points and the importance of full First Aid training.

HOW TO HANDLE FLAMMABLE AND NON-FLAMMABLE COMPRESSED GASES(SV-0914)
Convincing information about the need to follow safety procedures when handling potentially dangerous compressed gases. Teach proper handling and storage methods.

HOW TO INVESTIGATE AN ACCIDENT(SV-1049)
Teaches supervisors the basics of accident investigation and the important point to consider when developing an accident report.

HOW TO SURVIVE THE TEENAGE DRIVING YEARS (16 min)(SV-0207)
This is a dialogue between parents and teenagers concerning their beliefs and experiences regarding speeding, seatbelts, night driving, drinking and driving. Additionally, it features tips and statistics to support or refute the beliefs of both parents and teenagers. Liberty Mutual, SADD and Nat'l. Safety Council jointly sponsored this. Supplemental written material is available with video.

HURRICANE SPECIAL: WBRZ-TV CH. 2 (40 min)(SV-0415)
Excluding commercials, this is their television Hurricane Special and includes valuable safety planning information. (DONATED BY: WBRZ-TV CH. 2)

HURRICANES, FLOODS, AND TORNADOS(SV-1051)
This program covers the actions and steps necessary to survive a natural disaster.

HURRICANES, TORNADOES AND FLOODS (15 min)(SV-0455)
Natural disasters threaten the lives and property of thousands of people each year. Being prepared for these emergencies can make a critical difference. Video covers: 1) Disaster procedures--before, during and after; 2) Emergency supplies--types and quantities; 3) Disaster watches vs. warnings; 4) Drills and staying informed to protect yourself.

HYDROBLASTING (12 min)(SV-0075)
Topics covered include: 1) Personal protective equipment; 2) Dangers of the "cutting pressure" of water; 3) Discussion of types of hydroblasting; 4) Different types of hydroblasting equipment, along with the care and maintenance of same. DONATED BY: ENCLEAN

HYDROGEN SULFIDE: A MATTER OF LIFE OR DEATH (18 min)(SV-0300)
Whether working in a manufacturing plant, laboratory, mine or for a public utility, employees' health may depend on their knowledge/understanding of potential hazards of hydrogen sulfide and safe work practices to avoid injury. Hydrogen sulfide is a poison, and in high concentrations, can be fatal. Help workers learn: 1) What is hydrogen sulfide; 2) Effects of hydrogen sulfide; 3) Air-monitoring requirements; 4) Emergency response/first aid procedures.

HYPOTHERMIA (6:55 min)(SV-0476)
This program will discuss the causes and symptoms of hypothermia and preventive measures you can take to protect yourself against the effects of cold weather.

I'M STILL STANDING: SLIP, TRIP and FALL PREVENTION (14 min)(SV-0127)
To make the message memorable, this video adds some attention-getting, humorous sequences to the "Avoiding Slips, Trips and Falls" video. Featured character Andy Upright demonstrates several hazardous situations and avoidance techniques that educate viewers about the causes of these accidents, while demonstrating how to move and work safely to prevent serious injury.

IDENTIFYING FIRE HAZARDS (14 min)(SV-0168)
Fire safety is an on-going process that combines the design, installation and maintenance of fire protection equipment and fittings with fire prevention procedures. Also, identifying and neutralizing these fire hazards requires an on-going commitment. These important facts are highlighted in this program.

IFICOULDAWOULDASHOULDA (5 min)(SV-0608)
How does it feel to know you've gambled with safety--and lost? As Harvey falls to his fate, he looks at what he could have, should have and would have done to avoid his fatal fall.

IN THE CRASH: REDUCING YOUR RISKS (9 min)(SV-0413)
When properly used, safety belts and air bags save lives and prevent serious injuries. Using crash-test footage of what happens during crashes this program reveals the maximum benefits from these restraints. It shows how to properly buckle up and why one should sit back away from the steering wheel and air bag. It demonstrates, also, how to adjust head restraints. Special attention is addressed toward child passengers for getting maximum protection from restraints, etc.

INCIDENT COMMAND SYSTEMS (15 min)(SV-0258)
Actual incidents, both large and small, are shown along with: 1) Emergency response plan; 2) The Incident Command System; 3) Coordinating support services.

INCIDENT REPORTING: YOU CAN SAVE A LIFE (16 min)(SV-0406)
Using It's a Wonderful Life theme, this powerful video teaches workers the importance of following acceptable safety standards, controlling hazards and reporting unsafe work conditions before incidents become accidents. It addresses: 1) Reporting all incidents; 2) Inspection and identification; 3) Assessment and implementation; 4) Pro-active safety.

INCIDENTS INVOLVING FUEL TANK TRUCKS (20 min)(SV-0208)
Four "training objectives" are covered in this video which presents information about tank trucks and offers procedures to follow in the event of an emergency involving a fuel tank truck. Training objectives are: 1) Describes structure and safety features of fuel tank trucks; 2) Presents four types of incidents that can occur; 3) Demonstrates basic procedures for controlling leaks in low-pressure tank trucks; 4) Shows safety rules for responding to incidents involving fuel tank trucks. Includes: Training Guide.

INDOOR AIR QUALITY (15 min)(SV-0496)
OSHA estimates that about 21 million employees are exposed to IAQ problems in the workplace. Video will show how to recognize and measure air contaminants; the effects of contaminated indoor air; and how to improve indoor air quality.

INDOOR CRANES (19 min)(SV-0220)
With focus on jib cranes, monorails, gantry cranes and bridge cranes, this video additionally covers: 1) Pre-operation safety inspection; 2) Rigging techniques; 3) Lifting and moving. (Booklet available with video)

INDUSTRIAL ERGONOMICS (7 min)(SV-0483)
Risk of cumulative trauma disorders can be reduced through proper work design, using ergonomically designed tools and following proper work procedures.

INDUSTRIAL LOW-LIFT TRUCKS (18 min)(SV-0324)
In alerting employees to dangers of operating manual and powered industrial trucks, the objective is to show how these low-lift trucks can be used safely to reduce injuries while increasing productivity. Addresses: 1) Pallet jacks, carts, dollies and skid movers; 2) Platform trucks and rack trucks; 3) General safety principles and specific safety practices; 4) Powered walking trucks and drum handlers. Includes: Guide Booklet

INDUSTRIAL RADIOGRAPHERS: SAFETY. PROCEDURES (25:30 min)(SV-0347)
Although most radiography is performed safely, radiation overexposures to radiographers and, occasionally, to the general public, occur as a result of radiography operation. This is an excellent training video. (DONATED BY: CAPITOL ULTRASONICS)

INSPECTION 7 EMERGENCY PROCEDURES (11 min)(SV-0436D)
Talks about several types of fall protection such as guardrails, safety nets, etc. and OSHA's requirements on them.

INTERSECTIONS (5 min)(SV-0609)
Intersections are the most dangerous driving situations in the city. Learn some easy to apply techniques to significantly reduce the likelihood that you will be involved in an intersection accident.

IT AIN'T LIKE THE MOVIES (15 min)(SV-0367)
Many on-the-job injuries and deaths are results of poor housekeeping. This action-packed saga introduces viewers to the importance of proper housekeeping, while teaching how to keep the workplace clean and free of potential hazards.

IT HAPPENED TO ME (21 min)(SV-0133)


IT TAKES A WINNING ATTITUDE (18 min)(SV-0405)
Safety is more than safety meetings --- it is a teamwork effort with an enthusiastic attitude that results in an environment that encourages involvement. (DONATED BY: ALBERMARLE CORP.)

IT WON'T HAPPEN TO ME: ACCIDENTS IN THE WORKPLACE (10 min)(SV-0242)
Actual interviews with people who took safety for granted and lost are highlighted for effective emphasis in this presentation. It discusses the major factors that cause accidents along with why people take safety risks.

IT'S THE LITTLE THINGS THAT GET YOU (10 min)(SV-0015)
A humorous approach to the problem of industrial housekeeping. Shows how to maintain a safe work environment by following three basic rules: prevention, correction and reporting.

JACK SLIME (45 min)(SV-0030)


JOB SAFETY ANALYSIS PROCESS (A PRACTICAL APPROACH) (15 min)(SV-0254)
In this "practical approach" to the J.S.A., viewers learn: 1) Which jobs to select for J.S.A.; 2) To separate jobs into basic steps for the process; 3) To identify hazards associated with each step; 4) To use methods to control each hazard. (Includes: Leader's Guide)

JOB SAFETY HAZARDS (5:00 min)(SV-0765)
This video covers houskeeping and periodic cleanup, safe ladder use and safe lifting, and fire prevetion:electrical & chemical.

JUDGE, JURY AND EXECUTIONER (5 min)(SV-0586)
Daily choices about safety matters may affect that one single day and/or the future of people and/or businesses. The ultimate responsibility for safety lies with each individual and the importance of being safety-minded is of on-going importance.

JUDGEMENT ON THE WATER (24 min)(SV-0264)
In viewing this video one is made more aware of: 1) Dangers of alcohol on the water; 2) Wearing personal flotation devices; 3) Avoiding collisions.

JUST A LITTLE NIP (5 min)(SV-0537)
This video calls attention to the alarming and increasing problems with alcohol and other substances/drugs in the work place. Additionally, it points out that nearly half of all industrial accidents involve these abuses and requests that supervisors and co-workers be aware and take responsibility for employees and co-workers whose personal problems spill over into the work place -- GET TOUGH WITH THOSE WHO NEED TO GET HELP.

JUST HORSING AROUND (5 min)(SV-0584)
Joking/horsing around on the job is inappropriate. Injury to a fellow worker is usually never thought about until it happens as is pointed out in this video.

JUST SAY "NO" TO DAY-GLO (5 min)(SV-0566)
Toxins, corrosives, carcinogens are used in the workplace every day and each is considered hazardous. Workers recognize how dangerous these materials are when handling them, but what happens when the job is done? This video looks at proper storage techniques for hazardous materials and illustrates how to make dealing with them an easier job.

KEEP IT CLEAN FOR SAFETY'S SAKE (10 min)(SV-0032)
The benefits of good housekeeping are shown in a step-by-step presentation.

KEEPING FOCUS: CONTACT LENS(SV-1101)
Contact lenses can change how things are seen. Workers who wear contact lenses in the workplace need to be aware of special safety considerations.

KID SAFE - THE VIDEO (30 min)(SV-0028)
This video teaches children how to handle home emergencies including fire safety and prevention, emergency first aid, how and when to dial 911 and how to handle strangers at the door. Recommended for children ages 7 and older.

KIDS SAFE QUIZ (30 min)(SV-0052)
Helps teach children five important areas of safety: Automobile and pedestrian, swimming and water, fire and burn, bicycle, and emergency response. Parents are encouraged to view with youngsters.

KITCHEN SAFETY AND SANITATION(SV-0876)
Ensure employees understand their safety role by giving them practical common-sense methods: health department regulations, science of sanitation, food contamination and how to prevent it, and safe and sanitary job practices.

KNIVES AND BOX-CUTTERS (5 min)(SV-0600)
Knives cause more disabling injuries than any other hand tool. View this video for tips on safer use of them.

LAB SAFETY - JUNIOR/SENIOR HIGH SCHOOLS (14 min)(SV-0943)
Encourage students to "Think Safety" and take personal responsibility for their well-being. This video covers the whole scope of laboratory issues. Including fire safety, chemical hazards, personal protective equipment, glassware safety and much more.

Lab Safety: The Finer Points(SV-1074)
This video is intended to train veteran laboratory professionals about lab safety techniques and general procedures they may have forgotten since their initial lab safety training.

LADDER SAFETY(SV-1052)
Demonstrates the safe use of step ladders, straight ladders and platform ladders. Also explains the 4:1 rule, belt buckle rule, 36" regulation and more.

LADDER SAFETY (5:00 min)(SV-0790)
This video covers the seriousness of ladder injuries, the importance of proper equipment, checking for defects on ladders, safe ladder use, matching the ladder type to the situation and "Belt Buckle": guidelines.

LADDER SAFETY (6:20 min)(SV-0650)
Because a ladder is a basic and uncomplicated tool, we sometimes lose respect for the potential hazards associated with ladder use. This program covers selecting the proper ladder for the job, inspecting defects, proper set-up and use.

LADDER SAFETY (6:21 min)(SV-0505)
Ladders are necessary tools in most work places. Ladders are also dangerous when taken for granted. This video explains the dangers and demonstrates the safe use of various types of ladders and portable steps.

LADDER SAFETY (8 min)(SV-0239)
Effectively presented, this video demonstrates how ladder selection, safety inspection and general safety rules are reviewed. Additionally, it touches on the topics of injuries, safe usage and electrical hazards.

LADDER SAFETY IN CONSTRUCTION (5:00 min)(SV-0815)
This video covers using proper equipment, proper use of metal ladders and the belt buckle rule of ladder usage.

LADDER SAFETY IN CONSTRUCTION (9:00 min)(SV-0690)
Designed primarily for step ladders and straight ladders. Explains safety requirements, belt buckle rule, 4:1 ratio of straight ladders and how to reduce injuries from using incorrect procedures and unsafe behavior.

LADY LACE ON THE CASE (16 min)(SV-0014)
Identifies common office hazards and potential accidents including carelessness, overconfidence and stress.

LANDSCAPE MAINTENANCE SAFETY (5 min)(SV-0794)
Wearing proper PPE, inspection checklist to avoid injuries from machinery and special precautions for string trimmer and chainsaws.

LARGE POWER HAND TOOL SAFETY (10 min)(SV-0403)
Objectives of this program are to teach viewers about key risks involved in using the four most-often-used large power drills --- the impact wrench, large power drills, the portable band saw, and the roto hammer --- and about the safety precautions that should be observed when working with these tools.

LASER SAFETY (17 min)(SV-0384)
Spectacular footage brings ANSI Standard Z136.1 and OSHA's guidelines for Laser Safety and Hazard Assessment to life for viewers. Observe: 1) Identification of laser hazards; 2) Guidelines for safe laser operations; 3) ANSI and FLPPS classifications of lasers; 4) Duties of laser officer; 5) PPE; 6) Laser safety program suggestions.

LAWN MOWER MAINTENANCE (20 min)(SV-0981)
An excellent tool to educate in-field employees. Ensure they check equipment and keep it ready for use. Daily maintenance steps. Extending engine life of all types of mowers. Troubleshooting tips and in field checks. Two cycle vs. four cycle mowers.

LAWN-CARE HAZARDS (5 min)(SV-0408)
There are numerous possibilities for injury when working in/maintaining lawns --- from equipment breakdowns, etc. to unexpected items lying around, unseen. Learn from this program some of the possible hazards. (DONATED BY: ALBEMARLE CORP.)

LEAD EXPOSURE AT INDOOR FIRING RANGES (14 min)(SV-0412)
How much danger is there at indoor firing ranges for lead exposure. See this video for information.

LEAD IN THE WORKPLACE(SV-1053)
Employees rarely understand the dangers of lead exposure. This program will give them important facts regarding lead exposure and the potential ailments that can result from this occupational hazard.

LEAD IN THE WORKPLACE (13:00 min)(SV-0726)
Designed for employees in the construction industry who may be exposed to lead in a variety of situations while performing their job duties.

LEAD SAFETY (5:45 min)(SV-0651)
Filmed on location at multiple industrial and construction locations, this NEW video is an excellent tool to motivate employees to follow safe work procedures.

LEAD! TREAT IT WITH RESPECT (17 min)(SV-0273)
Lead is one of the most common and most dangerous materials in construction. The long-term damage can be deadly, but proper training can teach workers to protect themselves. Learn: 1) Dangers of lead poisoning; 2) How it enters the body; 3) Symptoms of lead poisoning; 4) Reducing the risks of exposure; 5) Respiratory protection; 6) Protective clothing.

LEARN FROM THEIR MISTAKES: HAZ-COM CASE HISTORIES (19 min)(SV-0407)
Not only will your employees be gripped by the true-life re-enactments of these Haz-Com incidents, but they will gain a renewed respect for taking proper precautions with Haz-Com procedures. Addresses: 1) Employee motivation; 2) Warning labels; 3) MSDS; 4) PPE; 5) Emergency response; 6) Right-to-know.

LEARN GUN SAFETY WITH EDDIE EAGLE (7 min)(SV-0357)
With a firearm present in about half of all American households, kids must learn that guns are not toys. This seven-minute animated video is an entertaining and effective way to teach children this important safety message. Includes Guide and activity sheets.

LIFTING AND CARRYING (11 min)(SV-0262)
Accidents and injuries resulting from incorrect manual handling techniques comprise the largest group of occupational hazards that result in lost time. With lifting and carrying of objects accounting for 75 percent of them, the same should be an important part of the training program. Because principles remain unchanged, regardless of location, this general program is suitable for a wide audience.

LIFTING SAFELY IN CONSTRUCTION (12:00 min)(SV-0705)
Back injury is a major concern in the construction industry. Program demonstrates how the back functions, safest method of lifting, and prevention of back injury.

LIFTING SAFETY WITH FLEX SUPPORTS(SV-1054)
Explains proper lifting techniques and the functions and limitations of back support devices and belts.

LINEBREAKING CHEMICAL PIPES AND EQUIPMENT (10 min)(SV-0043)
Shows how to safely break into chemical lines and the proper equipment for same. DONATED BY: BASF CORPORATION

LINEBREAKING: USE A PERMIT (16 min)(SV-0230)
Inform and enlighten employees in these areas: 1) Line and equipment opening (LEO) and permits; 2) Establishing an effective safety program; 3) Emergency response; 4) Lockout/Tagout; 5) Linebreaking procedures/post procedures.

LIVING WELL AMERICA (18:34 min)(SV-0354)
In this era, we are environmentally conscious. See tips on improving the quality of our environment such that the feeling is contagious.

LOAD HANDLING (23 min)(SV-0436C)
Covers the procedurs to consider when moving and loading materials on a lift ruck, such as weight, stability, stacking and unstacking.

LOADER-BACKHOE "WORKER" SAFETY (20 min)(SV-0190)
This message addresses the desperate need for a set of practical guidelines for the many other trades that work with the loader-backhoe on a daily basis. It should be noted that more than half of the injuries and deaths associated with these machines are laborers and other tradesmen. This explains how plumbers, electricians, laborers and all other trades people can work safely with the loader-backhoe.

LOADER/BACKHOE SAFETY (18 min)(SV-0060)
This is a step-by-step safety-emphasis illustration for operators and is a very good training film. With full emphasis on safety, the first part deals with operation while the second part is on service and maintenance for keeping them in reliable operating condition. DONATED BY: J. I. CASE CO.

LOADER/BACKHOE SAFETY -- OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE (18 min)(SV-0024)
Illustrates safe use of Case loader/backhoe for operators. Shows step-by-step operating procedure along with service and maintenance instructions. DONATED BY: CRAWFORD CONSTRUCTION

LOCK-OUT/TAG-OUT (8:00 min)(SV-0750)
This video is based on 1989 updated safety laws, lock-out or disabling of electricity & other hazardous energy sources, stopping machinery before services and multiple lock-out circumstances.

LOCKOUT FOR LIFE (20 min)(SV-0259)
See dramatic re-enactments of actual incidents. Then learn from a review of effective procedures used during the hazards of controlled energy and the equipment shutdown and isolation. (Includes Guide Booklet)

LOCKOUT/TAGOUT (27 min)(SV-0069)
Shows employees how to use proper Lockout/Tagout procedures. First section: a) What Lockout/Tagout is. b) Why Lockout/Tagout is necessary? c) When to Lockout/Tagout. Second section: Covers the procedure step-by-step. (Includes Teacher's Guide)

LOCKOUT/TAGOUT PROCEDURES (6:18 min)(SV-0653)
Intended for persons who perform lockout/tagout procedures at your facility, this program covers: (1) Proper procedures for isolating energy sources when servicing or repairing equipment; (2) Verifying that zero energy state is achieved; (3) Proper procedures for re-starting equipment.

LOCKOUT/TAGOUT: CONTROLLING THE BEAST (19 min)(SV-0390)
Just what you need to help protect employees from the hazards of uncontrolled energy. 1) Covers OSHA-mandated training; 2) Reviews vital lockout/tagout procedures; 3) Graphically demonstrates hazards of uncontrolled energy; 4) Explains how and why to lockout. Includes: Reference Materials

LONE DRIVER (5 min)(SV-0542)
The points of safety presented here are for all drivers who drive alone. It describes how to conduct oneself while driving alone.

LOW VOLTAGE SAFETY (15 min)(SV-0031)
A fact-packed presentation to teach employees how to deal safely with 600 volts or less. Designed for employees working at industrial locations, construction sites or in power plants. *Life-saving booklets and posters on this subject are available for purchase through the Safety Council.

LUCKY YOU (15 min)(SV-0004)
A unique approach to the serious subject of grade crossing safety. Flirting with danger at grade crossings has long been used to arouse excitement in the movies and this program is no exception. DONATED BY: UNION PACIFIC RAILROAD

LYME DISEASE (5 min)(SV-0583)
Lyme Disease, a debilitating illness, can be transmitted via the bite of a tiny tick, a creature about the size of the head of a pin. Symptoms are difficult to detect and early detection is a must for recovery. In this video we learn: a) What it is; b) How it is transmitted; c) Symptoms; and d) Infection prevention.

M.S.D.S. (6:19 min)(SV-0657)
Explains in easy-to-understand language how to read and use Material Safety Data Sheets to ensure compliance with the Right-to-Know Regulation.

MACHINE GUARDING(SV-1055)
Designed for employees as well as supervisors, this program explains what machine guarding is all about. Includes detailed information on lockouts, tagouts, interlocks, photocells, two-handed trip devices and more. Program emphasizes that employee responsibility is paramount when working with machinery.

MACHINE GUARDING (7:00 min)(SV-0857)
This video covers OSHA regulations against removal or tampering with machine guards, training and authorization for machine use, and guard classifications: fixed or adjustable enclosure, interlocking, automatic, remote control or others.

MACHINE GUARDING RESPONSIBILITY(SV-1056)
Emphasizes individual's responsibility when working with machines and equipment.

MACHINE SAFETY GUARDS(SV-1098)
Machine guards protect workers from dangerous moving parts of machinery. See how these guards work and learn safety tips.

MACHINE SAFETY GUARDS (5 min)(SV-0592)
The list of machinery-related injuries is as long as it is horrifying: crushed hands and feet, severed limbs, blindness and sometimes death! Watch this video for the most dangerous kinds of machine motions, the three areas that need safeguarding in all machines, the four general types of machine guards used to protect the worker's safety and important safety tips to keep in mind when using machines with safety guards.

MADD - VICTIM IMPACT PANEL PROGRAM (12:45 min)(SV-0036)
Mothers Against Drunk Driving demonstrate how their Victim Impact Panel Program can be implemented by other groups to deter drunk driver offenders from repeating their offense. Emotional scenes from their own panel show how the "voice of the victim" is the greatest tool for impacting drunk driving.

MAINTENANCE PERSON SAFETY(SV-0982)
Ensure maintenance workers make a conscientious effort to work and act safely on the job. Leave rings and jewelry at home, read and follow chemical directions: MSDS, PPE; contact lens cautions; face shields, machine guarding and lock-out/tag-out.

MAINTENANCE PERSON SAFETY (6:00 min)(SV-0795)
This video covers hazardous materials and MSDS, PPE, machine guarding, lock-out/tag-out electrical safety and fire prevention.

MAINTENANCE PERSON SAFETY (5:40 min)(SV-0617)
Briefly covers MSDS, PPE, machine guarding, lock-out/tag-out, and fire prevention.

MAKING HEALTHY CHOICES: SAFE AND HEALTHY LIFE STYLES (14 min)(SV-0491)
In a discussion format, this video offers basic information to help employees make healthier decisions about the activities in which they participate and the food that they eat.

MANAGEMENT SKILLS FOR HEALTHCARE SUPERVISORS (30 min)(SV-0974)
Supervisors will learn from daily examples if lab manager, dietary manger and head nurse. Covers: Planning, organizing, directing and delegating, and controlling.

MANAGING SAFETY AND HEALTH (21 min)(SV-0359)
Objectives of this program are to: 1) Make supervisors and team leaders aware of the need to manage health and safety proactively; 2) Enable supervisors and team leaders to implement an efficient/effective management system; 3) Give supervisors and team leaders the specific skills to conduct the prevention-oriented activities required to manage safety and health successfully. Includes: Teaching Guide (DONATED BY: ORMET CORP.)

MARINE POLLUTANTS - (HAZ/MAT TRAINING.) (9 min)(SV-0229)
In this program viewers are presented with conditions which make a hazardous material a marine pollutant. A five-question quiz is included for administering after viewing in order to document transfer of knowledge. (Reference Guide included)

MARKING, LABELING AND PLACARDING (17 min)(SV-0330)
Everyone who ships, transports, handles and/or stores hazardous materials must comply with the Department of Transportation regulations. All applicable workers should now be trained in HAZMAT handling, hazard communication and classification procedures. Covers: 1) Hazard Communication procedures; 2) Boxes, cylinders, drums and tank cars; 3) Selection and placement of container markings and labels.

MATERIAL HANDLING (10:00 min)(SV-0718)
Includes safe lifting procedures and other related safety rules for material handlers.

MATERIAL SAFETY DATA SHEETS (7:00 min)(SV-0755)
This video gives an overview of information contained on an MSDS, employee's right to see MSDS, and emergengy first aid procedures on the MSDS.

MECHANICAL POWER PRESS (14 min)(SV-0365)
Even experienced workers will sometimes cut corners and their luck will run out. Motivate them to follow proper safety procedures according to OSHA's Mechanical Power Press Safety Standard. Video covers: 1) Types of presses; 2) Safeguarding devices; 3) Safely operating a press; 4) Inspections and maintenance.

MEDICAL PROGRAMS (10 min)(SV-0963)
Choosing laboratory and medical staff, program function, information on surveillance programs, including employee access to records.

METHYLAMINE - HAZARDS AND HANDLING (20 min)(SV-0049)
Proper handling and storage. Health, safety topics, environmental considerations and emergency procedures. DONATED BY: BASF CORPORATION

MIDDLE MANAGEMENT SKILLS(SV-0920)
Designed to motivate, increase involvement, boost moral and train invaluable skill: team building, decision making, positive discipline, time management and participatory management styles.

MOBIL AND OSHA EMPLOYEE TAPE + OSHA PRESENTATION HONORING MOBIL FOR THEIR VOLUNTARY PROTECTION PROGRAM PARTICIPATION (19 total min)(SV-0039)
Segment 1 (9 min): Training tape used by Mobil to inform employees of participation in OSHA's Voluntary Protection Program. Segment 2 (10 min): A record of the Federal OSHA presentation to honor Mobil for their Voluntary Protection Program Participation. DONATED BY: ETHYL CORPORATION - BATON ROUGE

MOBILE ELEVATED PLATFORMS AND SCAFFOLDS (18 min)(SV-0376)
Safety regulations focus on the area, equipment and use of the equipment. The area surface should be free of debris for prevention of slips, trips or falls. Next, overhead clearance is essential for not coming in contact with electrical lines, etc. Obviously, the soundness of the equipment must be tested for proper working proficiency. Proper training in examining these areas is a central factor to their safety. Includes: Reference Guide

MOBILE EQUIPMENT SAFETY (19 min)(SV-0287)
While explaining potential hazards associated with different types of mobile equipment, this program stresses need for hazard recognition and safe job procedures in the effort to avoid injury. A "mine safety" video that is generic enough in nature to benefit others.

MOTION CONTROLLED (15 min)(SV-0148)
The day closest to a young person's heart - the day he/she receives a driver's license - is the key to this presentation. Instead of a command against driving too fast, young people learn the underlying and unforgiving laws that prohibit taking a curve at 65 mph and why tires need grooves to provide the necessary friction or traction between auto and road surface. These facts are shown in an entertaining and educational way via drag racing, with narration. DONATED BY: LAGNIAPPE WOMEN'S CLUB

MOTOR FLEET MAINTENANCE SAFETY (8:00 min)(SV-0824)
This video covers PPE, MSDS, bleeding the air compressor, fire prevention, and other hazards: machine guarding, electrical safety, and bench grinders.

MOTOR VEHICLE AWARENESS (19 min)(SV-0260)
Motor vehicle accidents are the single largest cause of occupational fatalities. Complement your current driver safety awareness program with input/suggestions from this program. Topics covered include: 1) Driving under the influence; 2) Safety belts; 3) Special safety tips; 4) Complies with proposed OSHA 1910.140 and others. (Includes: Guide Booklet)

MOVING WATER: ADVENTURE OR DANGER? (18 min)(SV-0429)
Whether it's a lazy afternoon of fishing or a thrilling white water challenge, a river can provide the setting for numerous outdoor activities. But any area channeling rapidly moving water is a potential drowning hazard.

MY KIND OF LAW: LA'S CHILD PASSENGER SEAT LAW '85 (11 min)(SV-0124)
This is, as the title implies, a video of Louisiana's Child Passenger Seat Law. It stresses the importance of using safety seats.

NAERG TRAINING (12 min)(SV-0888)
Familiarize employees involved in hazardous materials transportation with each section of the North American emergency response guidebook. Covers guidebook structure and DOT hazmat identification and classification, emergency, duties for driver and first responder, evacuation procedures and getting assistance, protective action distances.

NATURAL DISASTER PREPAREDNESS (5 min)(SV-0565)
Fear of a disaster such as a hurricane can be minimized by planning. In this video the viewer is taken into a hurricane-prone plant and shown how planning pays off.

NFPA HAZARDOUS MATERIAL IDENTIFICATION (5:00 min)(SV-0754)
This video covers National Fire Prevention Association System defined, and how to properly read NFPA identification.

NIGHT DRIVING (5 min)(SV-0561)
Driving on even the most familiar streets and highways can become more difficult and/or dangerous at night. Some safety tips for nighttime driving are described in this video.

NIGHT DRIVING TACTICS (13 min)(SV-0889)
Far more accidents occur between dusk and dawn than during daylight hours. Increase awareness of increased risk in dark driving conditions. Physics of light, mass and motion, physiology of vision and reaction time, how fast is too fast in dark conditions and safe driving tips.

NIPPING (5:53 min)(SV-0658)
Live-action video demonstrates proper machine guarding and identification of nip points to help prevent hand injuries due to nipping.

NO MORE MR. MEAN SCREEN (5 min)(SV-0531)
This video takes a light approach to the safe use of video terminals. The information can make your work with computers safer and more enjoyable.

NOISE AND HEARING CONSERVATION (14 min)(SV-0420)
Designed for the general workforce to explain these problems and address need to follow safe work procedures, it covers the following: 1) Anatomy of the ear; 2) Categories of noise; 3) Testing noise levels; 4) Daily Noise Dose (DND); 5) Monitoring noise levels; 6) Engineering control measures; 7) Administrative control measures; 8) Protective equipment.

NON-ENTRY RESCUE (CONFINED SPACE) (20 min)(SV-0316)
One of a six-video series on confined space, this complies with OSHA 1910.146 and addresses: 1) Hidden dangers in confined spaces; 2) Written permit; 3) Getting yourself out; 4) Responsibilities of the attendant; 5) Retrieval system. Includes: Guide Booklet

OBTAINING INFORMATION IN AN EMERGENCY(SV-0957)
Emergency response plan priorities, spill prevention control and counter measures, NFPA labeling including color coding, degree and peruse of emergency response guidebook, MSDS.

OCCUPATIONAL HEALTH ISSUES (5:00 min)(SV-0756)
This video covers the types of hazardous materials: paints, solvents, dust and asbestos, protecting against chemical infections and noise levels: guarding against hearing loss.

OFF THE JOB SAFETY(SV-1006)
As the summer months heat up, so do the numbers of off the job injuries. This entertaining and motivational program creates an awareness for potential hazards and provides safety tips for warm weather activities such as boating, water skiing, jet skiing, roller blading, softball and more.

ON ANY GIVEN DAY (5 min)(SV-0558)
Accidents can happen at any time and often without warning. The benefits of regular safety meetings and a few eye-opening statistics are presented in this video.

ON-THE-ROAD SAFETY(SV-0950)
Help employees achieve "perfect driving" by anticipating and acting to prevent accidents. Includes: Four-step accident prevention formula. Stopping Distances: reaction, braking and stopping times for 20 mph vs. 40 mph. Complete inspection checklist for vehicle. Cautions driving: intersections, railroad crossings, lane changes, etc. Other considerations: children and weather.

ONCE TOO MANY -- (CONFINED SPACE ENTRY) (5 min)(SV-0541)
In this video the basic information concerning confined space entry safety procedure is covered. "Mr. Death" is utilized to emphasize how dangerous confined spaces are unless all safety procedures are followed.

ONE TOO MANY (18 min)(SV-0361)
This is a great video for management --- not below. Research confirms zero lost workday incidents are achievable on any size project, with quality application of safety techniques. Both large and small owners and contractors can benefit by including these five techniques in a strong, basic program. 1) Pre-project/pre-task planning for safety; 2) Safety orientation and training; 3) Written safety incentive program; 4) Alcohol/substance abuse program; 5) Accident/incident investigation. Includes Teaching Guide.

OPERATING A FORKLIFT SAFELY (17 min)(SV-0325)
Using a forklift can be dangerous to operators, surrounding fellow workers and to the cargo. To assure better safety, operators should: 1) Determine lifting capacity; 2) Conduct a pre-operation inspection; 3) Know/use basic operating techniques; 4) Resort to basic battery and propane use.

ORIENTATION(SV-0968)
Purpose of training and applicable reg., defines HAZWOPER, "emergency" and the three sections of the OSHA regulation, 11 elements of an emergency response plan, personnel levels, training hours required for each and the importance of following shipping requirements.

OSHA INJURY AND ILLNESS PREVENTION (16 min)(SV-0922)
More states are adopting laws requiring businesses to compile this prevention plan. Ensure yours has maximum impact, aimed at not only OSHA rules but also human behavior. Contents: Safety rules and standards, self inspection checklist, posting requirements, policies on safety committees and safety coordinator emergency preparedness, job specific hazards. Use o plan as a working reference and safety training and enforcement of safety rules.

OSHA RECORDABLES (5:10 min)(SV-0550)
This video clarifies which accidents are recordable and gives examples of different situations that may be in question.

OSHA RECORDABLES (6:27 min)(SV-0659)
Help eliminate the most common OSHA citation: record keeping errors. This program clarifies which accidents are recordable and gives examples of different situations. Using live-action video and graphics, it explains accurate completion of the OSHA 200 injury and illness form.

OSHA RECORDKEEPING & INSURANCE PAPERWORK (5:00 min)(SV-0760)
This video covers the types of accidents to record & report to OSHA, OSHA form 200, and keeping accurate & up-to-date information.

OSHA RECORDKEEPING: KEEP IT SIMPLE (20 min)(SV-0469)
Documenting workplace injuries and illnesses and keeping accurate records will mean fewer time-consuming revisions, citations and expensive penalties. This program provides the basic instructions and guidelines for when and how to complete the necessary OSHA forms. Reviews who is considered an employee; why keep records; OSHA forms; recordability; injuries versus illnesses; cases not to record; access to OSHA records.

OSHA'S NEW HAZARDOUS ENERGY SOURCE(SV-1057)
This program meets the OSHA requirements for training employees in lockout/tagout procedures

OSHA'S NEW INSPECTION/HAZARD COMMUNICATION STANDARDS (17min)(SV-0921)
If your workers handle hazardous materials in any capacity, OSHA requires them to be informed. Learn how the agency determines if you are complying with their regulations. 1) Inspection Guidelines: information dissemination and training program elements. 2)Written plan contents. 3)Questions you may be asked and inspection procedures. 4)Common misunderstandings. 5)Assuring effective training.

OUR INVISIBLE FRIEND: ELECTRICITY (17 min)(SV-0129)
Although we use electricity every day, most people don't understand how it works and remain unaware of its associated/potential hazards. Using electrically wired models, this program demonstrates how low voltage electrical systems work.

OUTDOOR SAFETY (14 min)(SV-0067)
Outlines good safety practices for outdoor recreational activities. Covers tips on hunting, camping, first aid and handling equipment, along with extra precautions for kids in the outdoors. DONATED BY: EXXON - BATON ROUGE REFINERY

OXYFUEL GAS CUTTING (13 min)(SV-0334)
This is another from the above series and addresses: 1) Proper safety equipment; 2) Hook-up procedure; 3) Ventilation; 4) Preventing spark and spatter.

PARTNERS IN SAFETY (18 min)(SV-0209)
U.S. Dept. of Labor and OSHA team up to point out that safety is a team/partnership effort. DONATED BY: ETHYL CORP. OF BATON ROUGE

PERFORMING A JOB HAZARD ANALYSIS (19 min)(SV-0360)
Classroom time for this presentation was designed to give participants a chance to practice the critical skills required to perform a job hazard analysis: 1) Identifying basic job steps; 2) Performing existing and potential hazards; 3) Recommending corrective measures. Includes: Reference Guide (DONATED BY: AGRIBUSINESS MARKETERS)

PERMIT REQUIRED - CONFINED SPACE ENTRY (21 min)(SV-0117)
Compliance with OSHA's proposed standard is simplified with this program. It discusses what an entry permit must include and how to use it. Other issues include: 1) Isolation and Lockout/Tagout; 2) Cleaning/ventilation/testing; 3) Special equipment; 4) Personal protective equipment; 5) Observation and communication.

PERMITS (10:00 min)(SV-0717)
Educates construction personnel on the proper procedure for permits and hot work permits.

PERSONAL PROTECTION (10 min)(SV-0132-C)
See "*" (above). Safety steps necessary to ensure personal protection on the job site are covered in this.

PERSONAL PROTECTIVE EQUIPMENT(SV-1058)
Excellent program designed to emphasize the importance of using personal equipment when required. Explains safety aspects of hard hats, gloves, eye protection, hearing protection, and other protective equipment.

PERSONAL PROTECTIVE EQUIPMENT (10:00 min)(SV-0736)
This program explains personal protective equipment and its use on the job site and more.

PERSONAL PROTECTIVE EQUIPMENT (6:00 min)(SV-0783)
This video covers protection from eye and ear injuries, frequent misuse of respirators, and rules for hardhats, work shoes and gloves.

PERSONAL PROTECTIVE EQUIPMENT (12:50 min)(SV-0502)
Meet OSHA 1910.132. Covers requirements in the revised regulation which call for training in 5 major areas: 1) When PPE is necessary; 2) Which PPE is necessary in different situations; 3) How to properly put on, take off, adjust and wear PPE; 4) Limitations of various PPE; 5) Proper care, maintenance, use and disposal.

PERSONAL PROTECTIVE EQUIPMENT (18 min)(SV-0187)
In compliance with OSHA's proposed new standard, this video covers eye, face, head and foot protection, with bonus segments including information on hand and ear protection. Most importantly, it will motivate employees to protect themselves while on the job. 1) Complies with OSHA proposed 1910.132-140; 2) Various types of PPE; 3) When to use it; 4) Proper use of it; 5) Proper care and storage.

PERSONAL PROTECTIVE EQUIPMENT (18 min)(SV-0337)
Recognition, evaluation and control of hazards are fundamental to effective implementation of workplace safety procedures and practices. Personal protective equipment may be required or it might be incorporated into safety procedures as a last line of defense should an accident occur. This presentation includes: 1) Eye and face protection; 2) Head and hearing protection; 3) Respiratory protection; 4) Protective clothing. Includes Training Guide.

PERSONAL PROTECTIVE EQUIPMENT (5:16 min)(SV-0660)
Demonstrates proper use of equipment, including hard hats, respirators, eye protection, gloves and more.

PERSONAL PROTECTIVE EQUIPMENT: REAL, REAL-LIFE (15 min)(SV-0453)
You encourage your employees to make decisions but, as you know, they don't always make the right ones. This unique interactive video-training package takes employees through some real-life situations and forces them to think about how they would respond. It encourages them to make life-or-death decisions--right from the safety of their seats. Covers awareness, attitude, action; proper use of personal protective equipment; knowing equipment limitations; cleaning and storing Personal Protective Equipment.

PERSONAL SAFETY (12:35 min)(SV-0096)
This video shows how ordinary citizens can help make certain they won't become victims of burglary, robbery or personal assault. It covers prolonged absences from home, locks and other security devices, how to prevent the telephone from becoming the tool of criminals and preventative steps against being accosted on the street.

PERSONAL WORKSPACE (5 min)(SV-0562)
Although we tend to think of our offices as safe places, they often hold potential dangers. Outlined in this video are some effective ways to prevent some accidents in the office.

PHOSGENE SAFETY (15 min)(SV-0048)
Health hazards of phosgene, proper use of PPE and handling procedures. DONATED BY: BASF CORPORATION

PICTURE PERFECT VACATION (THE) (10 min)(SV-0009)
A humorous, fact-filled look at how to prepare your home, your car, and your family for a safe vacation. Covers vehicle inspection and tune-up, selecting a safe hotel, what to do in case of hotel fire, and more.

PIPE HANDLING (10 min)(SV-0339-D)
See * (above). Pipe handling creates many hazards for workers. Reinforce the rules in this presentation to help protect one's body from unnecessary injury.

PLAN TO GET OUT ALIVE --- MC DONALD'S CORP. (45 min)(SV-0084)
McDonald's national fire safety program is designed to extend proven effectiveness of school fire drills into the homes. It dramatically explores the reality of fire and what one should know in order to safely escape. Viewers experience an actual fire with the narrator, Dr. Frank Field.

PLANNING FOR DISASTER (9 min)(SV-0394)
Learn how to prepare for a hurricane so your business can weather the storm. Situations covered: 1) Monitoring a situation; 2) Emergency evacuation plan; 3) Securing business/company records; 4) Recovering after the hurricane.

PLAY IT SAFE - (THE MARY BLUEBERRY SAFETY SHOW)(SV-0130)
This is a children's safety show as presented by the Baton Rouge Playmakers, 1990.

PLAY IT SMART (27:05 min)(SV-0136)
Via this video children learn "why" and "how" to stay safe from drugs and alcohol. The songs are fun and the characters are lovable, giving an appealing approach to this powerful message. DONATED BY: MARY MAGEE (REPRESENTATIVE, BRITE)

PLAYGROUNG SAFETY-ELEMENTARY(SV-0944)
Increase safety awareness among students to prevent injuries on the playground. Includes discussion of various hazards and basic rules, as well as a request to follow teacher instructions and use equipment only when supervised.

POISONOUS PLANT SAFETY (5:00 min)(SV-0796)
This video covers recognizing poison ivy, oak and sumac, method of exposure and warning signs and treatment.

POISONS ALL AROUND US (11 min)(SV-0095)
Inadequate knowledge about toxic substances can cause accidental poisoning with common household products. This presents basic information about what to do in case of poisoning so that even children can understand and act correctly in emergencies.

PORTABLE FIRE EXTINGUISHERS (14 min)(SV-0232)
Would your employees know what to do if they stood face-to-face with a fire in the workplace? Enhance their knowledge with this training information; 1) What is fire?; 2) Class A, B,C,D fires; 3) Class A,B,C,D extinguishers; 4) How to use them. (Guide Booklet included)

POWDER ACTUATED TOOLS (10:00 min)(SV-0700)
Anyone operating these tools must have adequate training. Explains equipment, safety procedures, types of loads, potential hazards and basically how to safely operate the equipment.

POWERED EQUIPMENT IN THE WAREHOUSE - SAFETY ON THE JOB (12 min)(SV-0072)
Warehouse workers are encouraged to wear personal protective equipment, appropriate for the job. Safety rules for stacking and picking orders are reviewed, as well as tips for the safe operation of hoists and conveyors. Illustrations include checking trailer wheels, inspecting dock boards, operating forklifts and working inside a rail car.

PPE-EYE SAFETY (7 min)(SV-0870)
Perfect for orientation or retraining to meet OSHA PPE standards.

PPE-FOOT SAFETY (7 min)(SV-0872)
Perfe3ct for orientation or retraining to meet OSHA PPE standards.

PPE-HEARING SAFETY (7 min)(SV-0873)
Perfect for orientation or retraining to meet OSHA PPE standards.

PRE-TRIP INSPECTION (9 min)(SV-0989)
Make the most of this legally required inspections-safety demands thoroughness, consistency and good judgement. Includes: note hazards in the environment, checklist for engine compartment, items to check with engine started or disengaged, including accident equipment, extensive walk around inspection.

PRESENTATION SKILLS (10 min)(SV-0018)
Topics covered include personal style, preparation, use of audio-visual aids, setting a meeting agenda, the importance of rehearsing, promptness and audience participation.

PRESSURE VALVES (7:07 min)(SV-0661)
Prevent accidents and injuries with this motivational program. Workers will learn to respect the associated hazards and how to work safely with pressure valves.

PREVENTATIVE MAINTENANCE (18 min)(SV-0999)
Remind drivers it is easier, cheaper and safer to keep equipment well maintained on a regular, on-going basic than to wait until something goes wrong: using your senses to identify problems early, proper use of vehicle systems/components to extend life , pre-post an on-road inspections and accurate driving.

PREVENTING BACK INJURIES (20 min)(SV-0012)
Demonstrates proper ways to lift and move heavy objects. Explains the physiology of the back and shows ways it could be injured. Injury prevention techniques are demonstrated. DONATED BY: COPOLYMER RUBBER AND CHEMICAL

PREVENTING BACK INJURIES THROUGH EXERCISE (9:00 min)(SV-0714)
Demonstrates basic exercises to warm up the back before beginning work. These exercises will help prevent back injuries and enhance an individual's health.

PREVENTING INJURY INCIDENTS (11 min)(SV-0923)
98% of all construction accidents are caused in whole or part by the unsafe acts of employees. Explanation of the concept of unsafe acts and how they contribute to accidents, investigations and documenting unsafe acts for future prevention purposes, and importance of thinking safety.

PREVENTING INJURY INCIDENTS ON THE JOB SITE (9:00 min)(SV-0707)
This is another program to increase safety awareness and improve personal accountability for behavior on the job. Excellent program to improve awareness and responsibility in the company's safety efforts.

PREVENTING SLIPS & FALLS (7:00 min)(SV-0791)
This video covers elements of an effective sweeping program, type of wax used to prevent slips and falls and how to wipe up oily residue.

PRO DRIVING TACTICS (15 min)(SV-0890)
This award-winning video teaches your drivers to use space and time to protect themselves from the hazardous actions of others on the road. Real-life situations include: maintaining a space shield and clear field of vision, perceiving potential hazards, proper eye movement, and getting another driver's attention.

PRO-ACTIVE SAFETY ATTITUDES (15 min)(SV-0319)
Trains workers to take responsibility while showing how safety affects both workers and their families. Additionally, it addresses importance of safety equipment and safety habits. Interviews with actual workers, plus re-enactments of real-life accidents further enhance the program.

PRO-ACTIVE SAFETY ATTITUDES: TARGET ZERO! (16 min)(SV-0452)
Zero accidents in the workplace are a possibility--and it all starts with a vision. Astronaut Buzz Aldrin helps to emphasize the importance of pro-active safety by reminding us that there was a time when the possible seemed impossible.

PRO-ACTIVE SAFETY: TOTAL QUALITY APPROACH (17 min)(SV-0266)
This unique method of training demonstrates how to take a pro-active approach to safety awareness. It looks at safety as a continuous process and teaches employees, as well as supervisors, the value of safety training and identifying existing hazards before they cause accidents. This is an excellent video for supervisors, also.

PROJECT "GET ALARMED" - RESIDENTIAL FIRE DETECTION (10:24 min)(SV-0248)
Using statistics and testimonials, proving effectiveness of properly used smoke detectors, this video instructs parents on family fire protection. Additionally, it explains how children react in fires and gives suggestions on what to do in the event of a fire. (Includes: Teaching Aid Brochures that may be copied)

PROPANE SAFETY(SV-0924)
Helps employees understand safe use and handling of this commonly used liquefied petroleum gas. Covers refilling tanks/cylinders and properties of propane, approved undamaged transport of cylinders, protective wear for refilling and hazards of escaping propane.

PROTECT YOUR HEARING (10 min)(SV-0349)
Choosing and using different types of hearing protection stresses uselessness of having proper equipment if it is not used. (DONATED BY: CAPITOL ULTRASONICS)

PROTECT YOURSELF: BLOODBORNE PATHOGENS (15 min)(SV-0463)
Designed for all employees, this video program covers basic bloodborne pathogens precautions. It includes first-on-the scene co-workers who may find themselves at the scene of a bloody accident. 1) Explains HBV, HIV and AIDS; 2) First-aid precautions; 3) Decontamination procedures; 4) Housekeeping. Includes: Guide Booklet

PROTECTING AGAINST AIDS IN THE WORK PLACE (5 min)(SV-0535)
We already know from television and newspapers that AIDS is usually transmitted by shared needles, sexual intercourse and blood transfusions. These modes of transmission are not usually a danger on the job. There is, however, ONE method of transmission, and a risk one more likely faces at work --- when one or more people are bleeding. With some simple precautions, the danger can be minimized.

PROTECTING YOUR BACK (5:46 min)(SV-0144)
Techniques for safely lifting, moving and stacking loads are presented here. Additionally, it prescribes several rules for back safety: 1) Use leg muscles to lift; 2) Keep loads close to the body; 3) Apply principles of mechanical advantage when turning valves and wrenches. DONATED BY: CARGILL, INC.

PROTECTING YOUR FEET (18 min)(SV-0331)
Feet are very complex, containing delicate bones, nerves and other parts. Each foot contains twenty- six bones and an injury to even the smallest of these can throw a person off balance and make it difficult to stand or walk. This well-presented video addresses: 1) Injuring your feet; 2) Preventing foot injuries; 3) Safety shoes; 4) Foot care; 5) Protecting your feet. Includes: Guide Booklet with quiz

PROTECTIVE EQUIPMENT (5 min)(SV-0563)
Personal protective gear--hard hats, goggles, gloves and other equipment--does no good if it isn't worn. The importance of dressing for safety is emphasized in this one.

PROWLER IN THE HOUSE(SV-1099)
If someone were breaking in your house, what would you do? Learn how to prevent break ins and how to survive them.

PUSH MOWER SAFETY (20 min)(SV-0381)
Viewers will see pre-operation safety checks, safety guidelines for walk-behind mowers, preventing hazards, what clothing and personal protection should be worn, and safe mowing tips.

RADIAL SAW SAFETY (5:00 min)(SV-0858)
This video covers the importance of blade guards, how to prevent kickbacks and wearing proper PPE.

RADIATION PROTECTION FOR HEALTHCARE (18 min)(SV-0975)
This video explains radiation and its health care uses, describes radiation hazards in the hospital, detection/measurement exposure, and the principle of time, distance and shielding, worker precautions and quality patient care.

RCRA: HAZARDOUS WASTE TRAINING (14:20 min)(SV-0343-A)
* These two training programs were developed to help fulfill the requirements for initial training and annual refresher training mandated under the federal Resource Conservation and Recovery Act. This one defines the general categories of hazardous waste and outlines characteristics of each. Emphasis is on proper handling techniques to avoid contamination or injury. Includes: Training Guide Booklet.

RCRA: INCIDENT RESPONSE (16:30 min)(SV-0343-B)
See * (above). Techniques are introduced for responding safely to incidents involving fires, spills of hazardous materials and wastes, and explosions. Includes: Training Guide Booklet.

REASONS PEOPLE DROWN (25 min)(SV-0231)
Drowning is the third leading cause of accidental death across the United States. Because drowning is such a serious problem and often unrecognized, this presentation addresses these facts. Actual video of drowning/near drowning included, along with explanations of why it's difficult, or impossible, to detect their panic. (Reference material included)

RECOGNIZING DRUG AND ALCOHOL ABUSE (19 min)(SV-0371)
Chances are good that you know an alcoholic or an illegal drug addict --- you may even work with one. Supervisors and fellow employees will learn some of the recognizable symptoms below: 1) Physical appearance; 2) Behavior and job performance; 3) Enabling and denial; 4) Drug testing.

REDUCE YOUR RISK (15 min)(SV-0457)
Learn how to handle potentially dangerous situations such as environments that make you uneasy, parking in a downtown garage, suspicious individuals near your parked car, having a flat tire in an unsafe area, leaving your workplace late, etc.

REDUCING UNSAFE ACTS (6:00 min)(SV-0758)
This video covers OSHA regulations for training after an accident, National Safety Council study of accident causes, how employee unsafe acts cause accidents, the cause determination rather thatn the fault-finding, and post-accident counseling.

REDUCING UNSAFE ACTS IN THE OFFICE (10 min)(SV-0925)
85-95% of all accidents are caused by unsafe acts. Motivates employees to follow rules and job procedures, exercise good judgement, and associate the potential hazards to the job, save money in injury costs.

REDUNDANT REDUNDANCY (5 min)(SV-0593)
In this program a mysterious stranger foretells some accidents that never happen because redundant safety measures are used to prevent disaster.

REMEMBERING KENNETH (6 min)(SV-0396)
Kenneth, unfortunately, did not believe in wearing seatbelts and always managed to survive --- until that one day. Now, whenever someone is tempted to not wear a seatbelt, they remember Kenneth. (Donated by: SONOCO PRODUCTS CO.)

REPETITIVE STRAIN INJURIES - CARPAL SYNDROME (5 min)(SV-0539)
This video is an introduction to repetitive strain injuries and gives some precautions along with preventive measures.

RESPIRATOR USE (6:00 min)(SV-0784)
This video covers a creation of a safety program, training for users, matching the correct respirator to the hazard and proper cleaning procedures.

RESPIRATORS & HOW TO USE THEM (10:00 min)(SV-0740)
Program explains the different types of respirators, how they are used, some of their capabilities and limitations. An excellent training program in the use of respiratory protection equipment for employees.

RESPIRATORS (13 min)(SV-0104)
Examines the respiratory hazards that can exist within a work environment and recommends proper protective gear. Makes a distinction between "air contamination" and "oxygen deficiency": in conjunction with the two basic types of respiratory equipment protection: air-purifying gear and air-supplying gear.

RESPIRATORS AND HOW TO USE THEM(SV-1059)
Employees rarely understand who, what, when, and why of respirator use. This program will give them the important facts regarding the proper use of respirators.

RESPIRATORY FIT-TESTING (18 min)(SV-0372)
People can survive weeks without food, days without water, but only minutes without air. When a job requires being in hazardous atmospheres, it is critical that lungs be correctly protected with a respirator. Observe detailed fit-tests, ensuring face-to-face piece respirator seal. Addresses: 1) Donning the respirator; 2) Inspection and selection; 3) Types of fit-tests; 4) Test exercises; 5) Qualitative and quantitative fit-testing.

RESPIRATORY PROTECTION (9 min)(SV-0971)
This video covers why respiratory protection is necessary and routes of entry of hazardous substances; air purifying vs. filtering respirators and limitations of dust masks; proper fit requirements and vapor test; and daily inspection and care.

RESPIRATORY PROTECTION (6 min)(SV-0485)
Demonstrates several different types of respirators; points out that dangers from which the respirator protects workers cannot always be seen, smelled, or tasted; further illustrates the need for consulting the Material Safety Data Sheets relevant to the job site.

RESPIRATORY PROTECTION - TRAINING PROGRAM (15 min)(SV-0037)
Explains how to develop a respiratory protection program and why such a program is beneficial. Targeted for supervisors. DONATED BY: 3M CORPORATION

Respiratory Protection Program(SV-1060)
The general requirements for an effective respiratory protection program. Covers the written plan, use, care, cleaning and storage for respirators and provides information on self-contained breathing apparatus.

RESPIRATORY PROTECTION: A BREATH OF FRESH AIR (18 min)(SV-0430)
Training includes new definitions, hazard recognition, how respirators are selected, cleaning, disinfecting, storing, inspecting and maintaining respirators, contents of the medical evaluation, how employees are fit tested and the user seal check.

RESPIRATORY PROTECTION: ANOTHER WORLD (19 min)(SV-0459)
OSHA has updated the general industry respiratory protection standard and applied the update to construction, shipyard, longshoring and marine terminal workplaces. Overview of hazardous atmospheres, respirator types and selection, medical evaluation, plus fit-testing, maintenance, inspection, cleaning and storage of respirators.

RESTAURANT ROBBERY AND EMPLOYEE THEFT (14 min)(SV-0987)
Prevent huge losses by taking an active approach in preventing robbery an employee theft. Show staff how to make your workplace less of a target and how to handle an incident: Prevention techniques security, limited cash, good customer service; and discourage employee theft.

RIDING MOWER SAFETY (10 min)(SV-0417)
This video addresses: 1) Selecting best mower for the job; 2) Safe operating guidelines; 3) Mower maintenance with an eye on safety; and 4) How to detect job-site dangers.

RIDING MOWER SAFETY (20 min)(SV-0382)
View this video for suggestions on selecting best mower for the job, safe operating guidelines, safety mower maintenance and how to detect job-site dangers.

RIGGING THE BOARD WALK (5 min)(SV-0598)
To minimize the chance of injury and avoid fines, you need to be sure all scaffolds comply with current OSHA regulations. This program looks at guardrails, access ladders and planking--some of the most important aspects of scaffold construction and use.

RIGHT TO KNOW (6 min)(SV-0664)
Hazard communication training on MSDS's terms and labeling compliance.

RIGHT TO KNOW - SERVICE INDUSTRY VERSION (5:30 min)(SV-0679)
Hazard communication training on MSDS's terms and labeling compliance.

RIGHT TO KNOW- HOSPITALITY INDUSTRY(SV-0926)
Meet OSHA and Right to Know Laws: 1) Employee rights under Right-to-Know 2)Safety concepts 3)MSDS, labeling, storage and handling of hazardous chemicals 4)Necessary protection 5)Spillage/leakage/accident procedures 6)First Aid.

RIGHT-TO-KNOW FOR PUBLIC AGENCIES (13 min)(SV-0927)
Meets OSHA and Right-to-Know Laws: Definition of hazardous chemicals and health hazards. Hazard awareness and avoidance, MSDS: function and contents by section and chemical labeling.

RIGHT-TO-KNOW: CUSTODIANS/MAINTENANCE (10 min)(SV-0978)
Instruct employees on chemicals: Household/ industrial chemicals and hazards, labeling, following directions, chemicals signs, MSDS, and avoiding overuse or mixing of chemicals.

ROAD RAGE (15 min)(SV-0458)
This video presentation covers the rationale for keeping cool, calm and controlled in today's stressful and potentially dangerous driving environment. It highlights common situations that can trigger conflicts between drivers such as tailgating, cutting in and out of traffic, driving too slowly, running red lights, forcing a merge at the last minute, making gestures, etc.

ROUGH TERRAIN FORKLIFT SAFETY (18 min)(SV-0059)
The first half is a step-by-step operating procedure illustration. The second half deals with keeping the machines in reliable operating condition through a scheduled service and maintenance program. Both parts emphasize safety. DONATED BY: J. I. CASE CO.

ROUTE SAFETY ANALYSIS(SV-0951)
When your employees report or eliminate hazards they encounter on the job, the potential savings to your company is enormous. Sidewalk and pavement damage, overhead clearance and container accessibility, child safety, safe driving and maintenance of trucks and landfill safety tips.

RX FOR SAFETY (5 min)(SV-0606)
Careless use of prescription drugs can be dangerous. Drug busters tell us why we should take our medicine seriously. People should follow their prescriptions exactly and completely. Workers are warned not to stop early, to double up or to take medicine other than when prescribed. Individuals are cautioned against mixing prescriptions with other pills, alcohol or drugs. Employees are encouraged to report any problems with prescription drugs that may affect their work.

S.T.E.P.-EMERGENCY PREPAREDNESS(SV-0967)
Importance of accident illness prevention and communication of job hazards, management/employee safety responsibility and definition of HAZWOPER.

SAFE AND EFFECTIVE GRINDING (18 min)(SV-0225)
Off-hand grinding machines are widely used throughout industry, but safe and correct use of these machines can be overlooked. In viewing this program one is introduced to the following: 1) Types of grinding machines; 2) Components of grinding machines; 3) Abrasive wheels: types, identification, inspection, fitting a new wheel and dressing and turning abrasive wheels; 4) Personal safety; 5) How to use an off-hand grinding machine; 6) Sharpening a twist drill.

SAFE DRIVING (8 min)(SV-0486)
Illustrates the importance of checking outside the vehicle, proper maintenance of the vehicle, alertness of the driver, driver's visual driving habits and emergency equipment.

SAFE DRIVING: REAL, REAL LIFE(SV-1015)
This series teaches your employees that ATTITUDE is the key to safe driving. It helps employees maneuver through speed bumps in this creative and fast-paced prgram.

SAFE HANDLING OF GASES (16 min)(SV-0214)
Topics include: 1) Types of gases; 2) Hazards associated with gases; 3) Things to do before using gas cylinders; 4) Transportation and leak testing; 5) Safe storage and handling.

SAFE LIFTING FOR HEALTHCARE PROVIDER (5:06 min)(SV-0616)
Video shows unusual or non-standard lifting procedures; uses of transfer belts, hoyer's lifts or back belts; and proper procedures to take if you lose your grip.

SAFE LIFTING FOR HEALTHCARE PROVIDERS (5:00 min)(SV-0832)
This video covers the unusual or non-standard lifting procedures, lifting with the legs not the back, use the transfer belts or back belts, and proper procedures if you lose your grip.

SAFE OPERATING RULES (25 min)(SV-0436B)
Covers basic operating rules and operating techniques for lift truck drivers.

SAFE SCAFFOLD ERECTION (10 min)(SV-0042)
Presents the safety requirements for safe scaffold erection and use. DONATED BY: BASF CORPORATION

SAFE SKIING - FUN SKIING(SV-0010)
Takes a look at common sense rules to make water skiing a safe and fun sport. Looks at safety precautions: warm-up exercises, proper equipment, hand signals, boat driving, etc. Leader's guide included. DONATED BY: DOW CHEMICAL

SAFETY AND THE HUMAN FACTOR (5:12 min)(SV-0252)
Accidents are generally a result of more than a single cause and some are identified in this program. Sometimes the human factor and equipment result in an accident. There is a behavior analysis included, discussing what causes certain behaviors in human beings.

SAFETY AND THE SUPERVISOR(SV-1061)
In many companies, the supervisor is directly responsible for ensuring employee safety. This program explains what a safety program should contain and how the supervisor's action and enforcement of the rules determines the effectiveness of the program. It also includes some of the legal responsibilities of the supervisor regarding safety.

SAFETY AND USE OF AIR COMPRESSORS (12:40 min)(SV-0253)
A wide range of tools and equipment used in industry today are used in conjunction with an air compressor system. View this program to learn more safe and efficient ways to operate, including: 1) How air compressors work; 2) Personal protection; 3) Refueling, lubrication and maintenance; 4) Pressure gauges and valves; 5) Connectors, couplings and sizes, types and storage of air hoses; 6) Moving an air compressor; 7) Multiple tools from one compressor; 8) Safe use of air hoses.

SAFETY AND YOUR RESPONSIBILITY (12:00 min)(SV-0712)
Excellent training program for new or experienced personnel who are exposed to general hazards. Demonstrates proper clothing, footwear, electrical safety, safe lifting, and personal protection.

SAFETY ATTITUDE (5:18 min)(SV-0665)
Thousands of accidents occur each year, which costs industry billions of dollars. This motivational program trains workers to be aware of and respect potential hazards and to work as a team to achieve an accident-free work environment.

SAFETY ATTIUDES-SAFE & AWAKE(SV-0928)
A fresh, original approach to safety attitudes that employees love. Demonstrates proper lifting and covers the prevention of slips, trips and falls.

SAFETY AUDITS (5:00 min)(SV-0766)
This video states the objectives of an audit, the purpose and benefits of an audit, and programs to audit: First -Aid, Hazcom and Safety.

SAFETY AWARENESS (SPANISH)(SV-1104)
This high impact video grabs the attention of employees and makes them aware of their potential for an accident. Emphasis is placed on teaching three basic rules for maintaining a safer workplace: Always take responsibility for your personal safety; Never perform any task unless you are trained and authorized; Always follow job procedures and company rules. This program is designed for: Safety Orientation; Plant-wide Safety Programs; Refresher Training: Improving Safety Attitudes.

SAFETY AWARENESS (16 min)(SV-0216)
With a setting in an office and a production line it addresses: 1) Accident causes, economic cost and psychological impact; 2) Acceptance and responsibility for safety; 3) Risks and hazards of the workplace; 4) Housekeeping; 5) General safety (lifting, tools, fire hazards).

SAFETY BELT USE FOR LAW ENFORCEMENT OFFICERS (12 min)(SV-0034)
Explains how law enforcement officers can set an example for the public by wearing seat belts themselves. Stories from officers who survived accidents when wearing safety belts encourage seat belt use.

SAFETY BELTS: FOR DUMMIES OR PEOPLE? (7:44 min)(SV-0237)
Using the popular crash dummies Vince and Larry, this video (produced by General. Motors.) is intended to convince young people of the importance of buckling-up. To get the message across, it uses crash footage and common-sense explanations of what occurs during a crash. It also demonstrates how to use seat belts and encourages belt use.

SAFETY COMMITTEES (5:00 min)(SV-0767)
This video covers why safety committees fail, steps to improve committees and duties of committee members.

SAFETY DRIVING ON FREEWAYS (8:00 min)(SV-0825)
This video covers driving tips, right, middle and left lanes defined, the 3-second rule and consequences of driving under the influence.

SAFETY EQUIPMENT INSTITUTE (12 min)(SV-0092)
The Safety Institute's role in setting standards for safety equipment is explained in this video, along with information for obtaining S.E.I. certification.

SAFETY IN FLAGGING (UNDERGROUND SAFETY.) (10 min)(SV-0409)
On the highways/roads and around the job site, flagging and other means of controlling traffic are often a real necessity for safety. Learn the following: 1) Set up traffic control devices safely; 2) Dress accordingly for safety; 3) Plan ahead for needs; 4) Mechanics of signaling; 5) Be alert; 6) Protect yourself/pay attention to activities; 7) Patience with unruly motorists; 8) Remove traffic control devices safely.

SAFETY IN HOUSEKEEPING (17 min)(SV-0158)
Information in this program is presented in a definite order so that employees will see the relationships between the various groups of information and can retain them more easily. Sections included are: 1) Developing "Safety Awareness and Safety Attitude"; 2) Evaluating your work environment; 3) Basics of housekeeping; 4) Tools and equipment; 5) Chemical hazards. (Includes Presenter's Guide)

SAFETY IN LIFTING (18 min)(SV-0146)
This two-part video covers the selection, care, use, inspection and limitations of synthetic and steel slings. Tips are provided on pre-planning the lift, basic rigging practices and calculating the effects of sling angles.

SAFETY IN THE OFFICE: (EMPLOYEE ED.) (13 min)(SV-0112)
Employees play a key role in keeping the office safe and this program will help them become aware of the importance of their role. All employees are encouraged to accept responsibility for picking up and/or cleaning up objects likely to cause falls. Additionally, they are encouraged to know emergency escape routes and procedures.

SAFETY IS YOUR RESPONSIBILITY (5 min)(SV-0530)
Safety begins with an attitude. This illustrates that safety-trained and safety-conscious people are more productive and have fewer accidents.

Safety Leadership(SV-1122)
In this video, safety professional Tom Harvey discusses the traits that make a good safety leader. Examples of actual situations in the workplace are used to illustrate these points. Topics include connecting safety messages with actions, setting examples, why safety prizes often don’t work, recognizing safe actions of co-workers and “employee-powered” safety.

SAFETY OF PEOPLE AND EQUIPMENT IN WAREHOUSE OPERATIONS(SV-1062)
Program is designed for anyone working in a warehouse environment. Emphasizes how important it is for equipment operators to coexist with other personnel to promote a safe work environment.

SAFETY ON THE BOARDWALK (5 min)(SV-0594)
In this video see the special hazards of mobile scaffolds and outriggers while learning ways to avoid injuries and massive fines by complying with current OSHA regulations.

SAFETY ON THE MOVE: TRUCK SAFETY (15:39 min)(SV-0074)


SAFETY ORIENTATION FOR AUTOMOTIVE PERSONNEL (12 min)(SV-0991)
Introduce employees to their safety obligations: alertness, alcohol/drug prohibition, equipment safety, electrical safety, personal protective equipment, fire prevention, ladders, slips and falls, lifting and more.

SAFETY ORIENTATION FOR ELEMENTARY STUDENTS (9 min)(SV-0945)
Young students will benefit from this special list of hazards presents in clear and simple language. Includes safety at school and home and covers slips and falls, chemical hazards, fire safety, electrical hazards, strangers, cafeteria etiquette and sharp instruments.

SAFETY ORIENTATION FOR HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS (16 min)(SV-0946)
The vast majority of accidents, up to 98% are caused by unsafe acts. Impress upon students their vital role in maintaining a safe learning environment. Includes safe lifting, personal protective, electrical safety, fire prevention, emergency preparedness, machine guarding, ladder safety and thinking safety.

SAFETY ORIENTATION FOR HOUSEKEEPING AND MAINTENANCE PERSONNEL IN HEALTHCARE (5 min)(SV-0618)
Demonstrates the cleaning and sanitizing of all surfaces; proper sharps disposal; inspection of plugs, outlets, electrical equipment; PPE; and back injury prevention.

SAFETY ORIENTATION FOR THE SOLID WASTE INDUSTRY (12 min)(SV-0952)
Introduce employees to their safety obligations. Let your staff know you are serious about safety and encourage common sense: Alcohol and drugs prohibition, alertness. Equipment safety: guards, emergency switches, lock-out/tag-out, clean work area. Electrical safety: rounding/double insulation, personal protective equipment, fire prevention and safety. Ladders, slips and falls, lifting and more.

SAFETY ORIENTATION-CONSTRUCTION (5:00 min)(SV-0816)
This video covers training authorization requirements for equipment, review of MSDS, PPE, proper ladder use and drug and alcohol prohibition on job sites.

SAFETY ORIENTATION-NURSES (8:00 min)(SV-0833)
This video covers avoiding the potential hazards: chemicals, equipment, needle sticks, back safety and correct lifting, reporting all accidents, injuries and near misses, also prevention of HIV/HBV contraction.

SAFETY ORIENTATION-OFFICE (6:00 min)(SV-0800)
This video covers unsafe acts: the cause of 85-95% of accidents, alcohol and drug use policies and ladder safety, slips and falls, avoiding on the job accidents.

SAFETY ORIENTATION/HOUSEKEEPING-MAINTENANCE & CUSTODIANS (5:00 min)This video covers cleaning and sanitizing all surfaces, proper sharps disposal, inspection of plugs, outlets, electrical equipment, PPE and back injury prevention.(SV-0792)


SAFETY ORIENTATION: DON'T BE A ZOMBIE (22 min)(SV-0470)
An imaginative zombie-like theme is used to stress the importance of being alert on the job in this unforgettable program. Motivates workers to protect themselves. Covers critical safety information including: personal protective equipment; back injuries; slips, trips and falls; hazard communication; bloodborne pathogens; lockout/tagout; fire safety.

SAFETY PATROL (9:39 min)(SV-0100)
Viewers witness a 'Dragnet' spoof with Cablevision's Joe Yesterday relating how carelessness is often the culprit of common work injuries in the office. It also includes demonstrations on proper lifting and bending. DONATED BY: CABLEVISION OF BATON ROUGE.

SAFETY: BOTTOM LINE (20 min)(SV-0238)
This video presentation is designed to show the value of sound safety programs and their economic benefits to you as a contractor -- excellent "motivator" for supervisors and above.

SALMONELLA (5:00 min)(SV-0798)
This video covers contamination from eggs as a source of this deadly food poisoning, cooking & cleaning instructions for prevention and special precautions for the elderly, very young and pregnant.

SANITATION AND HYGIENE(SV-1004)
This program is an excellent course for training new or experienced food handlers in proper sanitation and hygiene procedures. Video covers bacteria, microorganisms, proper food temperatures, handling raw foods and cross contamination

SANITATION IN CAFETERIAS (13 min)(SV-0986)
Designed for employees working in cafeterias, including clean up personnel, dishwashers, food services, cooks and maintenance safety. Explains bacteria, food handling, cleaning/sanitizing and more.

SANITATION-FOOD SERVICE (6:00 min)(SV-0799)
This video covers hand washing between all tasks, cleaning vs. sanitizing, and avoiding mixing chemicals.

SANITIZING AND PEST CONTROL (9 min)(SV-0983)
Proper custodial methods prevent infection, spoilage, order and disease. Covers sanitation, bacterial growth conditions, odor control, disease prevention, PPE and routes of entry, pest infestation sites and control techniques.

SCAFFOLDING SAFETY (5 min)(SV-0551)
Falls from scaffolding cause hundreds of deaths every year. This video illustrates proper safety procedures for working on scaffolds.

SCAFFOLDING USER AND INSPECTION TRAINING (18:15 min)(SV-0503)
This program covers definitions, capacity, scaffold platform construction, supported scaffolds, access, use, fall protection, falling object protection and training requirements.

SCAFFOLDS: SAFETY AT ALL LEVELS (16 min)(SV-0448)
Scaffold-related incidents result in 4,500 injuries and 50 deaths every year, which is why OSHA recently revised its scaffold standard. This important program covers the new requirements of 1926.450-454--now in effect! The role of the competent person; pre-assembly inspection; assembly; pre-shift inspection; safe work practices; fall protection.

SCALD BURN PREVENTION (CHILDREN) (7 min)(SV-0249)
Using graphic emergency room scenes, this describes the seriousness of childhood burns. It points out dangerous/risk areas in the house such as bathrooms and kitchens, along with tips on how to keep children burn/scald-free. (Includes: Teaching Aid Brochures that may be copied)

SCHOOL BUS INSPECTION (12 min)(SV-0947)
Your drivers have a moral and legal obligation to perform a daily inspection of their vehicles. Their cargo is precious! Increase safety awareness with this extensive checklist, which includes all systems and emergency equipment.

SCHOOL BUS PRE-TRIP INSPECTION (20 min)(SV-0891)
This important step in safe school bus operation must be done carefully and completely. Ensure your drivers fulfill their legal responsibilities. Includes: engine compartment inspection, dashboard instrument check, emergency equipment checklist and inspection of exterior devices.

SCHOOL BUS SAFETY (11 min)(SV-0306)
Self-explanatory from the title, this message is one avenue to educate children about the importance of safety rules at school and enroute to and from. Produced by: AAA Foundation for Traffic Safety.

SCHOOL CROSSING GUARDS/TRAFFIC CONTROL (10 min)(SV-0948)
Remind crossing guards of their important responsibility. Covers traffic regulation awareness, crossing devices, vehicle identification, alertness, signaling and children's perception.

SCISSOR LIFTS IN CONSTRUCTION (9 min)(SV-0399)
As the title implies, examples, instructions and warnings are addressed for this type of crane.

SEASON OF UNCERTAINITY(SV-1072)
Between the months of June and November all eyes turn upon the Gulf with the uncertainty of the warm Gulf waters and the weather.

SEAT BELTS: LIFE-SAVING HABIT (20 min)(SV-0157)
Driving is by far the riskiest thing that most of us do. Automobile accidents are the leading cause of death and disability in the U.S. With clear and convincing explanations and demonstrations, this program refutes the common excuses for not wearing seat belts.

SEATBELT SAFETY-BROKEN GLASS (15 min)(SV-0930)
This video shows controlled collisions with crash dummies staged at UCLA to demonstrate the dangers of failing to wear seatbelts. Includes: Difference in injury between belted vs. unbelted crash dummies, common rationalizations for not using seatbelts and why excuses are flimsy compares to the dangers.

SECTION REPAIR OF TRUCK TIRES (5:00 min)(SV-0826)
This video is a step by step procedure on how to repair punctures in truck tires.

SECURITY & THEFT PREVENTION(SV-0937)
Encourages your employees to minimize shrinkage--the unexplained loss of merchandise that affects your slim profit margin. Tactfully deter theft with this video. Merchandise handling: importance of proper paperwork and SKU marking, preventing shoplifting through good customer service, employee theft: consequences, methods of detection and discouragement.

SELF HELP WITH BACK PAIN (5 min)(SV-0521)
An understanding of what causes most back injuries and the application of a little common sense and a lot of caution goes a long way toward prevention. Simple back exercises to be done regularly are demonstrated.

SELF INTEREST OF SAFETY (5 min)(SV-0574)
This motivational video emphasizes the fact that the person who benefits most from a safe working method is the individual employee. By working safely, you are giving yourself the gift of a longer, healthier life.

SEMI CONSCIOUS: DRIVING IN THE REAL WORLD (11 min)(SV-0444)
Car drivers must be aware of the special adjustments they need to make on the road for large trucks. As four teenagers drive to a park, they learn how to share the road with big trucks. Tips for safe driving are summarized in engaging music videos performed by the teens. The material is based on advice from the Michigan Truck Safety Commission.

SETTING THE EXAMPLE (5:00 min)(SV-0848)
This video covers practicing what you preach as a supervisor and leadership mentality.

SEX, LIES AND PROFITS (17 min)(SV-0314)
The Monacherian Foundation, Inc. presented this video at the Lifesavers Conference, March '93, in Chicago. The aim is to attempt to educate the public on how the alcohol industry spends mega-dollars promoting and glamorizing alcohol. Includes: Guide Booklet

SEXUAL HARASSMENT IN THE WORKPLACE(SV-1063)
This relevant program analyzes sexual harassment at work and suggests ways to remedy the problem without overstepping company policies. Also provides employees with useful tips on how to avoid sexual harassment before it even starts. The program is geared toward employee-employee relationships but also adequately covers supervisor-employee relationships.

SEXUAL HARASSMENT-WORKPLACE HUSTLE (30 min)(SV-0892)
Ed Asner hosts this winner of NY and San Francisco International Film Festivals. Helps meet the requirements of Title VII of the 1964 Civil Right Act. Avoid law suits, adverse publicity, high turnover of trained personnel and low morale.

SHAKE HANDS WITH DANGER (20 min)(SV-0026)
Illustrates the need for close attention to safety rules for servicing and maintenance work around heavy equipment and around the shop. This is a realistically demonstrated message for all who work with or near heavy equipment and common tools. DONATED BY: CRAWFORD CONSTRUCTION

SHOCK HAZARDS - POWER TOOLS (5 min)(SV-0517)
Learn how to check power tools before use to prevent a shocking experience.

SHOCKING EXPERIENCES (16 min)(SV-0299)
All employees who work with equipment need a clear understanding of electricity as well as the inherent hazards. Since we all encounter electricity in our every day lives we often ignore common dangers. Four persons talk about their close call and what they'll do differently, should it happen again. (Includes: Guidebook)

SHOVELING SAFETY (5:00 min)(SV-0817)
This video covers using the right shovel for the job, inspecting the shovel and proper technique to avoid back injury.

SIDE LOADER OPERATIONS (11 min)(SV-0953)
Remind your employees of the hazards and encourage a good safety attitude: Pre-trip inspection checklist, goal of "perfect driving", defensive driving, personal injury prevention, safe packing and landfill dumping.

SIGNS AND BARRICADES (10:00 min)(SV-0702)
This program gives an overview of the different types of signs and barricades found on construction sites. Following the instructions or restrictions of these signs is one of the points stressed in this program.

SILICOSIS (18 min)(SV-0304)
This video is described as one with "plain talk" about a serious problem. This pulmonary disease is caused by inhalation of finely powdered silica -- a white or colorless, very hard, crystalline silicon compound -- the principal constituent of quartz or sand.

SITE SAFETY PLANS(SV-0958)
Creation and effective use of site safety plans. Criteria for plans: time and information available, reason for response, response and safety requirement differences in emergencies, incident characterization and remedial actions and the need for advance planning and practice.

SKA-PAK WITH FACE-PIECE: OPERATOR MAINTANCE (15 min)(SV-0348)
The safe operation and maintenance of these face pieces is adequately explained in this video. Does not, however, address the self-contained use series of bottles for breathing air. (DONATED BY: CAPITOL ULTRASONICS)

SKID STEER SAFETY (18 min)(SV-0057)
The first half illustrates a step-by-step operating procedure for skid steer loaders. The second half concentrates on scheduled service and maintenance, with an overall emphasis on safety. DONATED BY: J. I. CASE CO.

SKIN PROTECTION-CONSTRUCTION/PUBLIC AGENCY (5:00 min)(SV-0818)
This video covers infection: chemicals, weather, insects and plants. It also covers 5 ways of acquiring skin problems and prevention and treatment methods.

SLAG INJURIES TO THE EYE (5 min)(SV-0587)
When thrown into the eye, even the smallest particles can do great harm. By simply wearing the correct protective eyewear on the job, we can prevent potentially blinding accidents.

SLIPPIN' AND TRIPPIN' (5:37 min)(SV-0511)
Injuries from slips and falls are the second highest worker's compensation claim in the country today. Spills, dropped tools, torn carpeting and loose wires contribute to these hazards. This illustrates ways to prevent hazardous situations and encourages cooperation in keeping work areas clean and free of debris.

SLIPS & FALLS IN CONSTRUCTION (10:00 min)(SV-0713)
Slips and falls are costly. Highlights individual's responsibility for injury prevention through a proactive approach.

SLIPS AND FALLS FOR RESTAURANT WORKERS (5:05 min)(SV-0615)
Covers appropriate footwear, posting warning signs and removing floor surface hazards.

SLIPS, TRIPS AND FALLS (16:30 min)(SV-0013)
Insurance claim case histories explore the real cause of most accidental falls: carelessness. Provides practical suggestions on developing "carefulness" and teaches how to avoid falls.

SLIPS, TRIPS AND FALLS - SERVICE INDUSTRY VERSION (5 min)(SV-0680)
Prevent costly injuries due to slips, trips and falls on stairs, ladders, wet surfaces and loading docks.

SLIPS, TRIPS, AND FALLS (5:24 min)(SV-0666)
Prevent costly injuries due to slips, trips and falls on stairs, ladders, wet surfaces and loading docks. Perfect for factory, office, home and construction.

SLY FOX AND BIRDIE (10 min)(SV-0250)
Children, K-4th grade, learn about dangers of playing in or around railroad cars and railroad yards. It addresses other Train/railroad safety tips including: 1) Staying off railroad tracks, bridges and equipment; 2) Stay out of railroad tunnels; 3) Creates highway/rail crossing signals awareness; 4) Discourages throwing rocks at trains. DONATED BY: KANSAS CITY SOUTHERN RAILROAD

SO YOU THINK YOU'RE GOING TO LIVE FOREVER (35 min)(SV-0183)
Any state trooper could relate these stories, but Pete Collins mixes the laughter and tears of more than 19 years of patrolling the highways to bring a compelling message that young people - and their parents - won't soon forget. *** Lt. Pete Collins, Veteran State Trooper and Nationally acclaimed speaker ***

SOBER THOUGHTS ON DRINKING AND DRIVING (14 min)(SV-0197)
People are becoming more responsible about how they use alcohol in relation to driving; however, there's still plenty of alcohol-impaired driving left. This video focuses on a range of effective measures that can reduce this problem.

SOCIAL DRINKER AND THE ANTI-SOCIAL DRIVER (21 min)(SV-0126)
Those (teens and adults) who think of themselves as "moderate drinkers" and "safe drivers" need to see this program. Statistics show it's the social drinkers, not the problem drinkers, who are the ones most often responsible for traffic accidents and fatalities.

SPACE DRIVING TACTICS (14 min)(SV-0931)
The informed driver knows that space makes a safe driver even safer. Educate drivers about the benefits of widening their driving margins, demonstrating that they can use space in front of, behind and beside them as ans escape route against sudden stops , protection from tailgaters and protection in situations of impaired visibility.

SPACE HEATERS (5 min)(SV-0604)
While handy and convenient, if used improperly, portable space heaters can be dangerous. Possible hazards include risk of fire and/or carbon monoxide poisoning. Correct and incorrect uses are explained.

SPARKY'S ABC'S OF FIRE SAFETY (9:02 min)(SV-0464)
After viewing the video and completing the lessons provided in the Teachers Guide, viewers should be able to: 1) Understand dangers of playing with fire; 2) Understand Stop, Drop, and Roll procedure; 3) Know the Crawl Low Under Smoke procedure; 4) Be familiar with correct procedure for reporting an emergency, calling fire department, and providing correct information. This video has special appeal for children, but adults enjoy the cheerful, authoritative personality. Includes: Guide Booklet

SPILL CLEANUP EXERCISES(SV-0965)
importance of documentation notification, identifying hazards and securing the scene.

SPILLS (6:29 min)(SV-0667)
Live-action video demonstrates proper cleanup and decontamination procedures for hazardous chemicals in the work place. Workers learn preventive measures, including proper storage of hazardous materials in their facility. This program can be used as part of the Hazardous Waste Operation Emergency Response training programs.

SPILLS (5:21 min)(SV-0549)
Don't let a small spill become a major catastrophe. Live-action video footage shows preventive measures with proper storage of hazardous materials along with proper cleanup and decontamination procedures of hazardous chemicals in the workplace.

Spiral to Disaster(SV-1077)
This video program contains actual footage of the destruction of one of the largest off-shore oil and gas production platforms in the North Sea – the Piper Alpha. You’ll learn what makes a good Emergency Action Plan (EAP), and see what could potentially happen without an EAP in place.

SPLIT RIM TIRE SAFETY (5:45 min)(SV-0610)
Procedure for removing and replacing tires from rims and split rings. Points out the importance of a safety inflation cage and proper air pressure.

SPLIT-SECOND SAFETY (11 min)(SV-0202)
This informative video covering the basic principles of electrical safety, including "ground faults".

SPORTS INJURIES (23 min)(SV-0007)
Addresses professional sports injuries and the progress made in treating them. Also includes an interview with doctors on weekend athlete injuries and measures to take in preventing them. DONATED BY: BATON ROUGE GENERAL HOSPITAL

STAIRWAYS AND LADDERS (18 min)(SV-0222)
Because stairways and ladders are among the most frequently used items on the job, their routine use can lead to carelessness and accidents. Proper maintenance and use should be followed after selection and purchase of these pieces of climbing equipment, thereby avoiding most accidents. Watch this program for better ideas on these procedures. (Booklet available)

STANDARD MANUFACTURING PACKAGE(SV-0743A-B)
This package covers material on the following subjects: Employee Safety Orientation, Unsafe Acts-Human Behavior, Safe Lifting/Back Injury Prevention, Bloodborne Pathogens for Manufacturing, Hazard Communications, How to Prevent Slips/Trips/Falls, Fire Prevention Responsibility, Fire Extinguisher Training & Use, Machine Guarding/Conveyor Safety, Chains, Slings, Hoists Safety, Hand and Power Tool Safety, Forklift Operator Safety, Hazardous Energy Source, Confined Space Entry, How to Investigate an Accident, and CD-ROM Written Materials.

STARS - (FOR MADD) (7:30 min)(SV-0139)
This is a graphic representation of problems associated with driving while intoxicated. Scenes are explicit, sometimes gory, and are set to a background song. There are no audio responses within the video. DONATED BY: CREATIVE VIDEO PRODUCTIONS

STASH THE TRASH (10 min)(SV-0195)
"Oscar," the sloppy co-worker, illustrates the results of careless work habits --- from causing extra work for others to endangering the health and/or life of himself or others. Emphasis is on proper housekeeping and the prevention of slips, trips and falls, while increasing awareness and motivating safety attitudes.

STATIC ELECTRICITY (5 min)(SV-0596)
Via reviewing a "1940's newsreel" showing problems that static electricity can cause, this video offers solid tips on ways to reduce the incidence of static electric sparks and resultant damage. Obviously, this can be a serious problem in industrial plants or grain elevators with an atmosphere of flammable materials or grain dust.

STOP THE BLEEDING (7 min)(SV-0512)
No step in first aid is more important than stopping bleeding. This video explains why and demonstrates various techniques recommended for stopping bleeding. Also, warns against once-common procedures such as tourniquets.

STORING COMPRESSED GAS CYLINDERS SAFELY (10:00 min)(SV-0698)
Emphasizes the need for proper storing of compresses gas cylinders. Specific rules, procedures and general safety measures required when storing these cylinders.

STREET SMARTS (18 min)(SV-0438)
Watch Street Smarts and find out how to: Make practice driving a positive experience for teens and their parents; Conduct hassle-free practice-driving sessions; Keep the lines of communication open between teens and parents; Work together to learn essential driving skills and driving safety information.

STREET SMARTS: HOW TO AVOID BEING A VICTIM (29 min)(SV-0257)
Several life-changing tips are addressed in this helpful video about self-protection. Be keenly aware of your surroundings when you're on the street, banking, riding public transportation, staying in hotels, should your car break down. Additionally, it touches on how to convey these messages to one's children. (Includes: Teaching Brochure)

STRESS IN THE WORKPLACE (8 min)(SV-0490)
How to cope with stress in the workplace and how and when to get help.

STRESS RELIEF (7 min)(SV-0934)
If employees understand what stress is and why it happens, they can minimize its impact: body stress response, factors which contribute to stress, and the effects of stress and relief methods.

SUBCONTRACTOR SAFETY ORIENTATION (11:00 min)(SV-0730)
Excellent program to provide training to subcontractors on the job site. Subcontractors may not have adequate safety training and could pose a hazard to other contractors on the job site. Helps reduce liability and injury exposure.

SUBSTANCE ABUSE (25:51 min)(SV-0206)


SUBSTANCE ABUSE - REASONABLE SUSPICION (15 min)(SV-0368)
This valuable video for the workplace addresses effects of substance abuse, including performance and behavior changes. Also, it touches on effects of an Employment Assistance Program (EAP). Includes: Reference Material

SUBSTANCE ABUSE: A MANAGEMENT INTERVENTION PROGRAM (17 min)(SV-0079)
Few management tasks are so loaded with anxiety as dealing with an alcoholic employee or one who misuses other drugs. This outlines a program of managerial intervention that can help the decision-maker restore the employee to full productivity. The concepts outlined have a 60% success rate across the country and they work with abusers of all drugs.

SUBSTANCE ABUSE: AWARENESS AND INTERVENTION (25 min)(SV-0410)
Helping fellow employees overcome substance abuse is the focus of this video program. It teaches how abusers endanger themselves and their co-workers, while showing supervisors how to help these employees. 1) Safety hazards; 2) Helping a co-worker; 3) Recognizing symptoms; 4) Documentation, intervention and referral; 5) Supervisor's support.

SUCCESS WITH BEDDING PLANTS (20 min)(SV-0984)
Improve your staff's planting success with this thorough, idea-filled video, Covers: soil preparation, adding organic material; plant selection and installation: climate, soil, space and location considerations, irrigation, plat spacing and potting; care and maintenance of plants: tips for prolonging flowering, protecting from pests; and labor and material saving ideas.

SUMMER SAFETY (10 min)(SV-0393)
Perfect for training employees in what to do in an emergency. The time frame is during the summer and addresses both on- and off-the-job activities, including drowning, sunburns, heat exhaustion, poisonous plants, snake bites, and insect bites and stings.

SUMMER SPORTS: SAFETY WINS! (13 min)(SV-0462)
This program is designed to help keep employees safe while having fun off the job. Ideal for employees who are involved in company-sponsored sports: 1) Warming up; 2) Softball, biking and inline skating; 3) Hiking, climbing and camping; 4) Heat stress.

SUPERINTENDENT/SUPERVISOR SAFETY RESPONSIBILITIES (12:00 min)(SV-0732)


SUPERMARKET & CONVIENCE STORE SAFETY(SV-0940)
Thorough presentation covers injuries both on the floor and in the warehouse. Safe lifting slips, and falls. Appropriate precuts and punctures.

SUPERVISING THE DRUG-FREE WORKPLACE (18 min)(SV-0118)
This program stresses observation, documentation, intervention, confrontation and follow-up action, including referral to EAPs or other sources of help.

SUPERVISOR CRIMINAL LIABILITIES FOR SAFETY (5:00 min)(SV-0768)
This video will raise supervisor awareness of his/her safety responsibilities and aslo it outlines California law regarding safety violations.

SUPERVISOR SAFETY RESPONSIBILITIES (7:00 min)(SV-0770)
This video covers training of employees, inspecting of hazards, the importance of documentation, a supervisor's legal responsibility and investigating accidents.

SUPERVISOR SAFETY TRAINING RESPONSIBILITIES (8:00 min)(SV-0771)
This video covers training to instill personal safety responsibilities in employees, general & specific hazard training, correcting unsafe acts with safety counseling, 4 elements of an effective Safety Program, and how to investigate an accident.

SUPERVISOR'S GUIDE TO ACIIDENT REPORTING(SV-1064)
Explains why accident investigation reports are important and offers tips on fact-finding techniques.

SUPERVISOR'S GUIDE-ACCIDENT REPORTING (12 min)(SV-0932)
Accident reports are important legal documents and can be used to discover safety problems. Encourage serious, complete accident investigation and reporting. Importance of a thorough investigation. Good report writing: fill out paper work completely. Corrective Action: Options to consider. Reacting to accidents professionally.

SUPERVISOR'S LEGAL RESPONSIBILITY FOR SAFETY (7:00 min)(SV-0769)
This video covers the importance of knowing safety regulations and enforcing them, what the district attorney looks for when investigating accidents, documenting training and safety counseling to release supervisors of claim.

SURVIVAL (28 min)(SV-0054)
Excellent, comprehensive outdoor survival safety film. Discusses how to avoid hypothermia, exertion, disorientation/panic from being lost, and exposure to cold or heat. Shows a realistic situation.

SURVIVING ANDREW(SV-1071)
One of the strongest hurricanes to hit Louisiana's Gulf Coast since 1985, pushing the coastal parishes inland, spinning off tornadoes, and causing 2.4 billion dollars in damages.

SWIMMING POOL SAFETY (20 min)(SV-0935)
Develop a pool management program to minimize risk of accidents and drowning at public pools. Educate life guards and supervisors. This video covers: Safe fences, ladders and gates; deep and shallow water dangers; signs of a distressed swimmer; and effective rescue techniques.

TABLE TOP EXERCISES (6 min)(SV-0962)
1)Notification and the best communication 2)Responsibilities of he on-scene commander 3)response activities, including on an off-site assistance, incident coordination and evaluation.

TAKE A CRASH COURSE: (TRAFFIC SAFETY NOW, INC.) (5 min)(SV-0169)
As the title implies, the video reinforces the importance of automobile passenger safety for all ages. It further emphasizes the fact that air bags and safety belts work together to complement the other. (Includes: Handouts and Poster)

Taking Shortcuts on Safety: Charlie Morecraft Story(SV-1110)
A personal experience of an employee taking short cuts on safety procedures, it’s consequences, and his near death experience. Charlie tells about the impact of this to him and his family. The company doesn’t hurt you and your loved ones do. Manu: Ray Jewell Productions

TEAM BUILDING (5:00 min)(SV-0849)
This video covers organizing, planning, motivating and training for teamwork, understanding a team's social structure and holding team meetings.

TEAMWORK (FOR EMERGENCY RESPONDERS) (37 min)(SV-0021)
Shows that safe handling of hazardous materials requires teamwork and that every person involved is an important part of the team. Also show steps in handling situations, establishing guidelines and working with the media.

TEN STEPS TO SUCCESSFUL JOB ORIENTATION (23 min)(SV-0863)
This video deals with the first day at a new job and how you should handle your new employee. What to do and what no to do.

TERRIBLE TUESDAY (32 min)(SV-0414)


TESTING & MONITORING FOR HAZARDOUS GASES (12:00 min)(SV-0723)
General awareness and basic safety for persons who must test and monitor for hazardous gases in such areas as trenching operations, confines space entry, and others.

THE AFTERMATH (23:53 min)(SV-0246)
The Manocherian Foundation presents this video, providing "non-judgmental" information about the emotional, social and legal ramifications of drinking and driving, to help encourage responsible behaviors among our young people. (Includes: Teaching Guide)

THE BACK IS WHERE ITS AT! (18 min)(SV-0442)
This video features Bill Nye the Science Guy. This stresses the ABC's of Air Bag Safety; Comical. Also very informative of how air bags work.

THE BIG STRETCH (4:42 min)(SV-0514)
Just as in sports, a warm-up period is a good idea in the work place. This video demonstrates both need and the various techniques for limbering up and staying limber while on the job.

THE DUMMY SERIES: INDUSTRIAL SAFETY (SPANISH)(SV-1105)
Crash dummies learn about various aspects of industrial safety. Among the topics: Lockout/tagout, machinery, electrical, power tools, warning signs, chemicals, housekeeping, emergencies, aerial work platforms, ladders, lifting, cranes, forklifts, PPE, medical testing, and environmental policies.

THE FIRST FEW MIN (5 min)(SV-0567)
Planning for the possibility of fire is essential in every office, because all fires are not preventable and a few minutes could/might make the difference between life and death. This video emphasizes the need for proper planning and knowledge of safety procedures if and/or when faced with this catastrophe.

THE FIRST HUNT (5 min)(SV-0568)
Hunting can be an enjoyable sport and this video underscores the need for proper hunter safety instruction before taking that first shot.

THE FIRST LINE OF DEFENSE: FIRE EXTINGUISHERS (5 min)(SV-0556)
Fire is a potential hazard in almost any workplace. This video examines the basic types of fire extinguishers and reviews their proper use and maintenance.

THE FIRST STEP TO DANGER (4:08 min)(SV-0506)
The National Safety Council reports that falls account for 13 percent of all accidental deaths, second only to motor vehicles. Statistics have shown that most fatal falls occur on the first step down from a high place. Reviews safety procedures for taking that first step down.

THE GAME OF YOUR LIFE (18 min)(SV-0051)
Concerns the national tragedy of drunk driving. Principally intended for students in late elementary and junior high school. Provided by General Motors and the American Medical Association. (Teacher's guide available.)

THE GREATEST HEARTACHE YOU'LL EVER KNOW (32 min)(SV-0184)
This heartbreaking plea from a man whose son was killed in an automobile crash is just one reason this video should be seen by every parent. (See "***" above)

THE HAZARDOUS MATERIALS TABLE (20 min)(SV-0884)
Symbols, hazard class or division, hazardous materials descriptions, shipping names, identification numbers, packing groups, labels and specials provisions, packaging authorizations, quantity limitation, vessel storage requirements.

THE HEIMLICH MANEUVER (3:30 min)(SV-0523)
Don't panic! The Red Cross approved training in this tape might possibly prevent a death by choking or suffocation due to choking. Shows how to recognize choking symptoms along with how to perform the "Hug of Life" Heimlich Maneuver on the victim.

THE HIDDEN DANGER, LOW-WATER CROSSING (9 min)(SV-0428)
Depicts the hidden dangers of low water crossings. Stresses how as little as six inches of water can cause a driver to lose control of his vehicle and two feet of water will carry most vehicles away.

THE HISTORY OF ASBESTOS (5 min)(SV-0569)
Asbestos, a naturally occurring mineral, was once widely used in insulation, fabrics, fire-resistant suits, tiles and paints. Within the last few years, however, the tiny microscopic fibers that give asbestos its fire-retardant, insulating properties have been discovered to cause a number of serious illnesses. This video outlines these historical uses and overviews its current status in industry today.

THE INVISIBLE KILLER: CARBON MONOXIDE (5 min)(SV-0603)
Carbon monoxide in the workplace, or wherever it exists, is an invisible killer that strikes without warning. Use this video to learn how to recognize its symptoms, as well as some first aid procedures.

THE LIFTING CHALLENGE (15 min)(SV-0456)
Designed to demonstrate how to avoid back injuries by using proper lifting techniques on the job. Covers aspects of safe lifting: correct lifting position, estimating weight, frequency of lifting, avoiding twisting, correct grasp, firm footing and staying strong.

THE PERFORMANCE FACTOR (11:17 min)(SV-0089)
When workers are exposed to excessive heat and/or humidity the body loses fluids rapidly. Under these conditions, rehydration is especially important for maintaining worker health and performance. Gatorade is being used by more and more industrial companies to help workers avoid the negative effects of dehydration and maintain peak worker performance. See "*" below.

THE PRO SYSTEM FOR ACCIDENT-FREE BACKING (22 min)(SV-0188)
Backing accidents comprise 25% of all truck accidents. The "PRO" System teaches truckers to: 1) Plan and get the best set up; 2) React to changing conditions by using the right technique; 3) Operate safely by controlling their space.

THE RIDE OF YOUR LIFE (22:45 min)(SV-0166)
Racecars and drivers are used in this video to more effectively promote the use of seat belts as a life-saving item in automobiles. (DONATED BY: U.S.D.A. SOIL CONSERVATION SERVICE, ALEXANDRIA, LA)

THE RIGHT MOVES (8 min)(SV-0062)
Demonstrates proper safety precautions to take in everyday situations and on the job, like lifting, reaching and wearing protective equipment. Safety professionals emphasize the importance of following safety rules at all times. DONATED BY: GRANT CHEMICAL

THE RIGHT TOOL (5 min)(SV-0533)
Even simple, common tools come in a wide assortment of sizes and shapes. A tool that's the wrong size or used improperly can lead to injury. This presentation provides simple tips for hand tool selection and safety.

THE SCIENCE OF GATORADE (10:40 min)(SV-0090)
Gatorade is scientifically formulated to help workers rehydrate quickly. At the same time, Gatorade provides important carbohydrates to supply energy to tired muscles and electrolytes to maintain proper fluid balance --- all for better performance. * Heat Index Chart and Performance Factor Quiz available for copying for use as teaching aids -- applies to SV-89 and 90.

THE SIGNAL (5 min)(SV-0554)
When working around cranes, knowing the proper way to direct them is essential. This short video overviews the most widely used international hand signals for directing cranes.

THE SUPERVISOR AND PERFORMANCE EVALUATIONS (7:00 min)(SV-0850)
This video covers open communication with employees, guidelines for preparing an evaluation, conducting evaluations and measuring skills and correcting new or ongoing problems.

THE SUPERVISOR AND THE TROUBLED EMPLOYEE(SV-0933)
Take a pro-active stance in the identifying and dealing with problem workers. Covers: Identifying symptoms and attitude problems, improving attitude, behavior and performance, reducing accident and injuries.

THE SUPERVISOR'S RESPONSIBILITIES (6:00 min)(SV-0851)
This video covers demonstrations of concern for employees, equal rule enforcement and listening and response to complaints.

THE TIME IT TAKES (13:45 min)(SV-0005)
Several young people recall their automobile accidents that cost them the use of their legs. Stresses the importance of wearing seat belts. DONATED BY: DENHAM SPRINGS PILOT CLUB

THE ULTIMATE DRIVING CHALLENGE (48 min)(SV-0313)
With special introduction by President Bill Clinton and hosted by Craig T. Nelson and Paula Zahn, this addresses: 1) Avoiding a head-on collision; 2) Gaining control of a skidding car; 3) Making correct signals; 4) Sharing road with trucks5) Learning to recognize "risks"; 6) Properly using anti-lock brake systems; 7) Negotiate turns, shoulders, motorcycles and school buses. Includes reference material. PRODUCED and DONATED BY GENERAL MOTORS CORP.

THE WINNING COMBINATION (8:43 min)(SV-0308)
Safety belts and air bags are not alternatives to one another - they complement each other. Together they provide the best lifesaving system currently available. (DONATED BY: DOT National. Highway. Traffic Safety Administration)

THEFT AWARENESS FOR DRIVERS (18 min)(SV-1001)
How to prevent possible theft situations: what to do if confronted with a theft situation, stakeouts, pilferage and hijacking.

THERE'S NO MAGIC IN SAFETY (5 min)(SV-0597)
This video defines the employee's responsibilitiy to help assure success of a company's safety program.

THERMAL BURNS (6:25 min)(SV-0668)
This program shows how heat related burns in the work environment can be prevented with the proper safe work practices. Do's and Don'ts when treating a burn victim are also covered.

TIPS FOR SAFER TRAVEL WITH CHILDREN (very short video)(SV-0210)
This video was developed with the assistance of the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration and addresses the following: 1) Purchase a car seat that's right for the child; 2) Install a car seat correctly; 3) Buckle a child in for maximum security; 4) Correct common mistakes.

TIRE INSTALLER SAFETY(SV-0992)
This excellent video provides details of safe tire removal and remount. Care of vehicles to avoid damage, raising, lowering vehicles for tire change, and use of the Tire Guide for Specifications.

TODAY'S SHINING ARMOR (P.P.E.) (18 min)(SV-0318)
Viewers are introduced to an overview of basic personal protective equipment for head, eye/face, hand and foot protection. Objectives are to: 1) Describe when PPE is necessary; 2) Explain what equipment is required for protection against specific hazards; 3) Describe how to properly don, doff, adjust and wear PPE; 4) Explain limitations of PPE; 5) Describe proper care, maintenance, useful life and disposal requirements for PPE. Includes: Leader's Guide

TOO DANGEROUS TO WORK WITH (24 min)(SV-0006)
Shows that taking drugs on the job not only endangers yourself but your co-workers as well. DONATED BY: UNION PACIFIC RAILROAD

TORNADO ALERT: WAFB-TV CH. 9 (40 min)(SV-0416)
Excluding commercials, this is their Tornado Alert special, featuring valuable safety planning information and actual footage. (DONATED BY: WAFB-TV CH. 9)

TORO POWER MOWER SAFETY (10 min)(SV-0418)
From the Toro Mower Company, it addresses much the same as above video, except relates strictly to power mowers.

TORQUING LUG NUTS (4:00 min)(SV-0828)
The video covers the definition of torque, using the tire guide of proper torque setting, why torquing is important and the star pattern.

TOXICS (6:39 min)(SV-0669)
Live-action footage and state-of-the-art graphics demonstrate why toxics are dangerous to your health. Workers learn how to safely handle toxic material in order to prevent injuries and serious accidents.

TOXINS AND POISONS (12:30 min)(SV-0500)
An excellent program to remind your employees that working with toxic substances requires a high level of caution. Includes: Toxic substances vs. poisons; effects of toxins on the body; and safety precautions for handling, labeling and storage.

TRAFFIC CONTROL/FLAGGER SAFETY (8:00 min)(SV-0729)
Training for anyone who is assigned the task of traffic control/flagger. Explains proper equipment, operating rules and professional attitude during this important assignment.

TRAIN THE TRAINER (5:56 min)(SV-0670)


TRAINING RESPONSIBILITIES (7:00 min)(SV-0852)
This video covers training as the supervisor's responsibility and an overview of methods: lectures, short meetings, hands on, video training, coaching and job rotation.

TRAINING: YOUR BEST DEFENSE AGAINST HAZARDOUS SPILLS (13 min)(SV-0152)
Hazardous material is any material that may endanger the life or health of you or others, or cause damage to your facility or environment. Your company should have an emergency plan including a list of what is needed, along with clear instructions on how to put this plan into motion in the event it is necessary to do so. (Includes: 1) Teaching Aid and 2) Poster)

TRANSPORT TRAILER SAFETY (24 min)(SV-0411)
Designed to appeal to owners of all types of equipment transport trailers. Discusses safe loading and attachment of tie-down chains and binders on a wide variety of types of equipment. Tag-along and fifth wheel trailers are used for demonstrating safety considerations for any person doing this type of transport work.

TREATMENT PLANT SAFETY (5:00 min)(SV-0809)
This video covers procedures for handling chemical spills, climbing tanks and fall protection, ladder safety, working in confined spaces and chlorine: precautions and procedures.

TREE TRIMMING SAFETY (6:00 min)(SV-0797)
This video covers hazards: falls, contact with energy sources, falling limbs, high noise levels and snakes. It also covers tool maintenance, personal protective equipment and clearing escape paths during tree fallings.

TRENCH SHIELDS (12 min)(SV-0339-C)
See * (above). Each recommended guideline will reinforce the safe use of trench shields.

TRENCH SHIELDS (12 min)(SV-0132-D)
See "*" (above). It shows safe use of trench shields.

TRENCHER SAFETY (18 min)(SV-0056)
This program illustrates safe operation and recommended maintenance procedures to assist in training of customer service personnel. The emphasis is on safety and the first half of the program illustrates a step-by-step operating procedure while the second half concentrates on maintenance. DONATED BY: J. I. CASE CO.

TRENCHERS (13 min)(SV-0296)
Stay alert, stay alive! This one addresses areas of: 1) Awareness training; 2) Pre-work inspections; 3) Loading and transporting; 4) Job-site preparation; 5) Potential hazards; 6) Danger zone; 7) Operator's responsibility.

TRENCHING AND SHORING(SV-1065)
Meets training requirements for personnel assigned to trenching and shoring. Details the rules and procedures for this operation.

TRUCK DRIVER AND CARGO SECURITY(SV-1106)
This self contained training program addresses the fact that a tractor-trailer could be stolen, the cargo tampered with and the driver's life could be threatened. It addresses pick-up and loading of cargo, trailer seals, paper work, possible ways that cargo can be stolen, trip planning, communication, safety en-route, including parking, driving, bridges, tunnels, crossing borders, and delivery.

TRUCKING-ACCIDENTS AND BREAKDOWNS (12 min)(SV-1002)
Covers 7-step accident response: federal regulations on trucking accidents, post-accident actions minimize hazards, documenting and reporting accidents, what no to do in case of an accident, proper response for breakdowns.

TRUCKING-IMMEDIATE EMERGENCY RESPONSE (19 min)(SV-0988)
Designed to train drivers for a hazardous materials emergency: Identifying problems, placarding, personal protection, emergency equipment and notification procedures.

TRUCKING-PULLING DOUBLES (18 min)(SV-1000)
Increasing use of double trailers means your drivers need additional training. Educate them about the unique demands of pulling doubles: staying alert at all times, conducting a thorough inspection, double dolly hookup, proper shifting for pulling doubles.

TYPES OF HAZARDS(SV-0959)
Exposure: means of, acute vs. chronic, symptoms, personal factors, awareness and avoidance of chemical hazards, electrical hazards, PPE problems, heat stress and noise.

UNDERGROUND UTILITY DAMAGE (5:00 min)(SV-0810)
This video covers material on call before you dig, using USA Underground Services Alert and proper marking of site with stakes or paint.

UNIVERSAL PRECAUTIONS (8 min)(SV-0864)
Healthcare workers need to know how to prevent harmful accidents. Covers: Minimizing blood and body substances contact; needle/sharp object disposal, stick accidents; HIV transmission routes, hand washing, PPE; Cleaning: spills, clean vs. sanitized.

UNIVERSAL PRECAUTIONS OF HEALTHCARE (10 min)(SV-0976)
Glove use for contact with blood, body fluids, mucous membranes or non-intact skin. Protective clothing when droplets or splashes are possible. Needle, scalpel and syringe use and disposal. Proper hand washing techniques. Discard trash/linen in leak-proof plastic bags.

UNIVERSAL PRECAUTIONS-HEALTHCARE, FIRST RESPONDERS (6:00 min)(SV-0834)
This video covers prevention of HIV, Hepatitis B infection through employee education, avoiding contact with body fluids, cleaning vs. sanitizing, biohazard waste disposal bags and proper disposal of sharps.

UNRESTRAINED MOTORISTS: COST TO COMMUNITY (8:15 min)(SV-0247)
Imagine an easy way to reduce unnecessary local government spending without cutting programs, raising taxes or compromising the budget. Imagine saving lives in the process. A safety belt enforcement and education program might do both. (Includes: Teaching Aid)

UNSAFE ACTS- HUMAN BEHAVIOR(SV-1066)
The vast majority of accidents in the workplace are caused , in whole or in part, by the unsafe acts of employees. The major emphasis of this program is reducing unsafe acts through education.

UNWINDING THE SPRING: STRESS/ILLNESS (12 min)(SV-0122)
Doctors explain how asthma, cardiovascular disease, and peptic ulcers can be aggravated by stress. They also describe the relationship between psychological well-being and problems such as headaches, insomnia, and certain types of back pain.

UP IN SMOKE (4:49 min)(SV-0507)
Flammable liquids are a part of most work environments and it is up to the worker to take proper precautions for both usage and storage. This videotape serves to remind everybody to be responsible and demonstrates responsible procedures.

USING & HANDLING COMPRESSED GAS CYLINDERS (8:00 min)(SV-0697)
This program explains the potential hazards and procedures necessary for using and handling compresses gas cylinders.

VALVE WRENCH SAFETY (10 min)(SV-0044)
The safe use of and the hazards of improper use of the valve wrench. DONATED BY: BASF CORPORATION

VAN AND TRUCK DRIVING (23 min)(SV-0302)
Although vans and trucks are featured, it is informative for all drivers, whether driving privately or for a company - with special emphasis on company drivers. Viewers are familiarized with technical terms inside and outside vehicles, along with driving situations on all types of roadways and diverse weather conditions.

VEHICLE SAFETY (17:00 min)(SV-0731)
This video is designed for anyone operating a vehicle on the road. Emphasizes the need for wearing seat belts, driving defensively, rules of the road and general safety awareness when operating a motor vehicle.

VENTILATION BASICS(SV-1070)
Explains the importance of good indoor air quality and shows how to properly operate and maintain school ventilation systems.

VOLTON (21 min)(SV-0081)
SWEPCO donated this video that effectively promotes safety around overhead power lines. DONATED BY: SOUTHWESTERN ELECTRIC POWER CO.

WALKING AND WORKING SURFACES: WATCH YOUR STEP (19 min)(SV-0271)
Winner of the U.S. Film and Video Festival, this one complies with OSHA 1910.26-32. Additionally, there is a segment on construction, as well as ramps, scaffolds and platforms. (Includes: Guide Booklet)

WAREHOUSE SAFETY (9 min)(SV-0467)
Learn the procedures for operating industrial trucks, storing and handling flammable materials and fire equipment.

WARNING LABELS & SIGNS IN CONSTRUCTION(SV-1092)
The purpose of signs and labels is to ensure worker safety. Help your employees "get the message" by explaining the sign system on your site using this program.

WATCH OUT FOR THE OTHER GUY --- MC DONALD'S CORP. (18:47 min)(SV-0083)
Grades 2-6 will benefit from this film of actual dramatizations of "likely" situations that give safety tips for bicycling and swimming.

WATCH YOUR BACK (5 min)(SV-0528)
This entertaining video addresses the correct way to lift, carry and lower objects.

WATCH YOUR LOAD (5:10 min)(SV-0516)
It is always the driver ahead that presents the biggest hazard. The load in your own vehicle may be a major hazard to driving safety. This video cautions against haphazard loading and unrestrained cargo in every sort of vehicle, then demonstrates some proper loading and load securing techniques.

WATER AND SWIMMING POOL SAFETY (27 min)(SV-0401)
Viewers are reminded that precautions are necessary to enjoy water sports and swimming pool safety. Additionally, they are introduced to signs of trouble from anyone participating in these activities. (Donated by: Albemarle Corp.)

WATER SAFETY (5 min)(SV-0605)
Almost 9,000 Americans die annually in water-related accidents. Mike, the lifeguard--guardian of the golden sands, apostle of water safety--teaches us about a number of water-related hazards: how to prevent them from ever occurring and how to deal with them if they do. These include: 1) undertows, 2) drowning, and 3) swimming in unauthorized areas.

WATER SAFETY: THE BASICS (16:40 min)(SV-0097)
Viewers are instructed in a variety of life saving water safety procedures. Vital topics covered include: selecting a safe place to swim, how to deal with muscle cramps while swimming, safety rules for boating, including use of personal flotation devices, and the "drown-proofing" techniques of rescuing.

WE'LL SEE TOMORROW (10 min)(SV-0033)
Dramatic and hard-hitting story of a worker who forgets to wear proper eye protection - "just once!" The plot strongly suggests consistent, no-exception use of protective eye equipment.

WELDING HAZARDS (6:00 min)(SV-0861)
This video outlines the hazards associated with welding, prevention of eye and hearing damage, safe handling of gas cylinders and PPE & preventing exposure of fellow employees.

WELDING SAFETY (5:00 min)(SV-0862)
This video covers the awareness of specific health and safety hazards associated with welding, safe gas cylinders storage, use of fire extinguishers and PPE including what not to wear.

WELDING SAFETY (16 min)(SV-0263)
View this program for a wide range of welding topics aimed toward safer work practices for both experienced and trainee welders. 1) Identifying welding hazards; 2) Evaluating hazards in: a) welding shop, b) on-site, c) welding in confined space; 3) Workshop controls; 4) Work practice controls; 5) Personal protective equipment.

WELDING SAFETY (WITH GASES) (22 min)(SV-0134)
In defining the safety aspects of gas welding and cutting, this video covers areas of: 1) Cylinders - recognition, handling and leak testing; 2) Gases - properties of oxygen and its effects and precautions against oxygen enrichment of the atmosphere; 3) Keeping oxygen fittings oil-free; 4) Properties of Acetylene and keeping these cylinders upright; 5) Properties, precautions and recognition of propane; 6) Equipment, hose color-codes and safety devices; 7) Proper lighting and closing down routine; 8) Precautions against back-feeding and the importance of purging.

WELDING SAFETY: SECURING THE WORK ZONE (16 min)(SV-0333)
This program will help welders avoid health hazards, accidents and injuries. It details the following: 1) Oxyfuel and electric arc welding; 2) Securing the 360-degree zone; 3) Proper ventilation; 4) Clothing and gear; 5) Fire watch.

WELDING SAFETY: THE WAY THE PROS DO IT (35 min)(SV-0109)
Industry's concern for the health and welfare of welders who face its inherent hazards and dangers is reflected in this video. It stresses their checking their personal clothing, safety gear and environment as well as taking all precautions available while working. Special emphasis is stressed on eye protection, locating fire extinguishers as well as avoiding electrical shock by maintaining solid insulation on welding leads so that no conductor is exposed to accidental contact with electricity. DONATED BY: DR. EDDIE HILDRETH, JR.

WELLNESS PROGRAMS IN THE WORKPLACE (15:00 min)(SV-0065)
More and more companies are making wellness programs an integral part of operations. This video demonstrates a comprehensive wellness program that includes athletic activities, childcare, flextime, counseling services, relocation assistance, AIDS awareness and more. This particular program was featured in the National Safety and Health News. DONATED BY: EXXON - BAYTOWN CHEMICAL PLANT

WELLNESS SERIES: CHOLESTEROL (4:35 min)(SV-0671)
Cholesterol is a leading indicator of risk for heart disease. This program discusses what cholesterol is, including the good and bad and how it can be lowered by making the proper dietary choices.

WELLNESS SERIES: FITNESS (5:15 min)(SV-0672)
This program shows you the importance of a well-balanced exercise program and suggestions for getting started and staying with it.

WELLNESS SERIES: NUTRITION (5:30 min)(SV-0673)
A healthy diet is achieved by understanding the benefits of good nutrition. This program explains how a balanced diet is beneficial to your health, offers suggestions for improving your diet, and provides a guide to healthy food choices.

WELLNESS SERIES: STOP SMOKING (5:30 min)(SV-0674)
This program shows the effects smoking has on the heart and lungs and suggests way to quit. It also discusses why nicotine, tar and carbon monoxide are hazardous substances.

WELLNESS SERIES: STRESS MANAGEMENT (4:50 min)(SV-0675)
Studies show that people who cope poorly with stress become ill four times more often than those with good coping skills. In our ever-changing world, we cannot avoid stress but we can manage it. This program shows tips for managing stress before it manages you.

WHAT A GRIND! (5 min)(SV-0601)
Both time and money can be saved by sharpening old tools with grinders; however, danger is only an rpm away. This video reminds one that grinders are not toys.

WHAT AM I WORTH? (38 min)(SV-0292)
Miners who used any kind of "substances" while on a work shift are shown the impact of such behavior on their jobs and lives, along with the effect of help received from their company's employee assistance program. Produced in cooperation with Mining Industry Committee on Substance Abuse, it is generic enough for other working environments.

WHAT IS CARELESSNESS? (4:00 min)(SV-0759)
This video covers why carelessness can not be used as an accidnt cause on a report, the true causes: lack of knowledge or instruction, following the rules and regulations, unsafe work methods, lack of good judgement and more.

WHAT TO DO IN A CHEMICAL EMERGENCY (9 min)(SV-0170)
Title is self-explanatory. (DONATED BY: LA DEPT. OF EMERGENCY MGM'T.)

WHAT'S WRONG WITH THIS PICTURE? (17 min)(SV-0228)
In the past, little was known about chemical hazards or the need for protection from those hazards. Today we have access to a wealth of information about working with chemicals safely. When the information is available, it is everyone's responsibility to pay close attention and avail him/herself of that information. Key points include: 1) Physical hazards and health hazards; 2) Physical agents; 3) Acute and chronic effects; 4) Routes of entry; 5) Label information; 6) Material Safety Data Sheets; 7) Off-the-job safety. (Includes: Reference Guide)

WHEN I GROW UP (VIGNETTES 1-11) --- MC DONALD'S CORP. (11 min)(SV-0085)
These career vignettes show actual people in their careers and have an underlying tone encouraging children to stay in school and pursue dreams. McDonald's teamed up with CBS-TV to produce 22 career vignettes as seen through the eyes of "kids." This video includes eleven and the following video includes eleven others.

WHEN I GROW UP (VIGNETTES 12-22) --- MC DONALD'S CORP. (11 min)(SV-0086)
For details, see summary of SV-85.

WHEN LIGHTNING STRIKES (5 min)(SV-0578)
Lightning can be a powerful and deadly force. In this video Ben Franklin takes a trip to the 20th Century to learn more about lightning safety.

WHEN TEENAGERS DRIVE (12 min)(SV-0196)
Motor vehicle crashes are the number one killer of teenagers. This film documents the problem and describes what works/doesn't work to prevent automobile injuries and/or fatalities among teenagers.

WHERE ARE YOUR HANDS (4:02 min)(SV-0509)
Hand injuries frequently occur because workers have their eyes and attention focused on a work task without remaining aware of where their hands are resting. Reminds workers to ask, "Where are my hands?"

WHO'S THE BOSS? (5 min)(SV-0534)
This safety video deals with the use of marijuana. The dangers of being "high" while on the job are illustrated by three accidents.

WINTER SAFETY (14 min)(SV-0323)
Either on the job or during recreational time, winter weather can be uncomfortable and pose special dangers. This is one of a three-part series and addresses: 1) Signs of hypothermia and frostbite; 2) Preventing hypothermia and frostbite; 3) Treatment; 4) Off-the-job winter safety. Includes: Reference Guide

WINTER SAFETY (7:44 min)(SV-0041)
This program will discuss additional driving hazards created by winter conditions, the importance of vehicle inspection, and skills and techniques required to insure your safety.

WORK PERMITS AND LOCKOUT/TAGOUT PROCEDURES (26:47 min)(SV-0355)
For assistance in these areas, learn safety ideas and procedures from this valuable program. (DONATED BY: RHONE POULENC)

WORK SMART (ELECTRICAL SAFETY) (8 min)(SV-0310)
Created by CLECO (Central La. Elec. Co.), this presents everyday work scenarios and possible safety "hot spots" that could affect operators of heavy equipment. These "possible hazards" are identified with both overhead and underground power lines. Anyone who might be near or come in contact with power lines can benefit from this message. (DONATED BY: CLECO)

WORK STANDARDS AND SAFETY(SV-0955)
Your solid waste disposal employees have the most direct contact with your customers, so encourage their professional behavior. Standards for punctuality, attendance and grooming. Undesirable behavior: alcohol, drug, weapons, recycling and gambling. Reporting injuries, accidents, traffic violations and PPE.

WORKER'S ENEMY #1 (5 min)(SV-0522)
One fourth of all injuries on the job involve the back: pulled muscles, slipped discs, pinched nerves, etc. This tape shows how to avoid these lifting problems through common sense approaches that can be adapted to almost any workplace.

WORKING AROUND CRANES (19 min)(SV-0446)
Teach your employees how to identify and prevent the hazards associated with working around cranes--before those hazards become accidents. Proper PPE to wear around cranes; crane assembly; wire rope/lifting; signaling.

WORKING BACK ROUTINE -- HEALTHY BACK COURSE (20 min)(SV-0094)
This program was developed by Air Products with expert advice and concepts of Ray Mulry, Ph.D., a noted and respected national authority on eliminating back pain. It was established to help learn more about how to prevent or reduce back problems. DONATED BY: AIR PRODUTS and CHEMICALS * Use with: Participant Guide Book.** An audiocassette for "Relaxation Therapy" may be available if requested.

WORKING DRUG-FREE (15:03 min)(SV-0113)
The dangers of specific drugs in the workplace are described in this video, along with the role of drug counseling and rehabilitation programs.

WORKING IN CONFINED SPACES (9 min)(SV-0480)
Always have a safe operating plan, work with a partner, continuously monitor the atmosphere and, as the attendant, never enter the confined space.

WORKING ON AERIAL LIFTS, CRANES AND WING SAGES (15 min)(SV-0163)
While showing safe operating procedures for these items of equipment, this program explains the importance of pre-inspection before the beginning of each work day; maintaining safe clearance from electrical current; and wearing all necessary protective/safety gear for the job. Additionally, it shows the ways to enter and exit aerial equipment while demonstrating proper ground-to-equipment hand signals.

WORKING ON LADDERS, POLES AND SCAFFOLDS (15 min)(SV-0119)
Aerial accidents on the job don't just happen, they're caused --- in most cases by human error. Among the safety precautions outlined in this program are: 1) Using the right ladder for the job; 2) Setting up equipment properly; 3) Inspection of all equipment before use; 4) Climbing and descending properly; 5) Knowing the weight capacities of the equipment; 6) Dangers of using drugs/alcohol when working above the ground. Additionally, workers need to know their own capabilities, know how to use their equipment, and keep their minds on the job.

WORKING SAFELY WITH VIDEO DISPLAY TERMINALS (12 min)(SV-0171)
VDT operators are among the most vulnerable for problems with repetitive strain injuries. In this video one sees how to guard against this problem. Areas covered include: 1) Making workstations user friendly; 2) How to prevent carpal tunnel syndrome; 3) Guidelines for reducing glare and eyestrain; 4) How to select "ergonomically safe" equipment.

WORKPLACE SAFETY/EVERYBODY'S BUSINESS (23 min)(SV-0378)
For new employee orientation or as a general refresher, this video stresses paying attention to details, watching for hazards and responding to emergencies in these areas: 1) Slips, trips and falls; 2) Back safety; 3) Forklifts/pallet jacks/drum handling; 4) Fire safety; 5) Handling hazardous materials.

WORKPLACE VIOLENCE (10 min)(SV-0489)
This video will help supervisors and employees identify warning signs and will offer techniques for defusing conflicts.

WORKPLACE VIOLENCE: THE CALM BEFORE THE STORM (25 min)(SV-0311)
Featuring author/expert Joseph A. Kinney, this presentation uses an interview with a victim of workplace violence. The message will help supervisors and employees identify warning signs and addresses: 1) Impact and causes of workplace violence; 2) Characteristics of a potentially violent employee; 3) Establishing a violence prevention program; 4) Warning signs, stress management, and conflict resolution; 5) Hiring and firing; 6) Response. (DONATED BY: AMI "AGRIBUSINESS MARKETERS, INC.")

Y.E.S. YOUTH EDUCATION AND SAFETY (8:45 min)(SV-0305)
Teenagers are involved in more accidents with more fatalities, more injuries and more damage than any other age group -- in fact, twice as many. Also, we pay for this in higher insurance rates. This video is aimed at educating "teens" in better driving habits, thereby saving lives, preventing accidents, and making inroads toward possible lower insurance rates. (DONATED by: Farmers Insurance Group)

YOU AND OFFICE SAFETY (10 min)(SV-0025)
This gives a humorous approach to good housekeeping and to accident prevention for the office by using common sense. DONATED BY: CRAWFORD CONSTRUCTION

YOU CAN SURPASS YOURSELF (28 min)(SV-0108)
This video motivates and challenges one to strive toward reaching his/her full potential in both work and self-worth. It points out and encourages belief in oneself and aspiring toward goals instead of setting limits. DONATED BY: DOW CHEMICAL

YOU MAKE THE DIFFERENCE: (SUPERVISING. SAFETY.) (19 min)(SV-0164)
Designed to inform supervisors how to improve the safety of their operations, it covers the interaction of people, equipment and the work environment. It describes some elements that can be implemented to reduce accidents while contributing to positive safety management. (Includes Presenter's Guide)

YOU MAKE THE RIGHT CALL (6:30 min)(SV-0309)
Not intended as a "stand-alone" educational piece, this video delivers many messages about responding to medical emergencies. It addresses the importance of providing correct information, correctly placing the call, and crucial actions/reactions while waiting -- all for the safety and well being of the victims.

YOU'RE IN CONTROL (18 min)(SV-0227)
To get the most out of your Haz-Com Program, one must motivate employees to want to educate themselves in haz-mat safety. They need to know where to get information on hazardous materials, how to read and understand it, and how to apply it to his/her situation. Keep in mind that Federal, State and Municipal Government standards are never final and one must take the responsibility for keeping current on these standards. Upon completion of this program, the participant would be able to: 1) Read a Label or MSDS and provide information about specific chemicals; 2) List the hazard classes of chemicals; 3) Explain safe handling and storage procedures; 4) Define the routes of entry into the body; 5) Describe what to do in case of an emergency. (Includes: Instructor's Guide and Booklet)

YOUNG DRIVERS/HIGH-RISK YEARS (14 min)(SV-0362)
As a group, teenage drivers have high crash rates per mile driven. What isn't so widely known is that the problem is worst among sixteen year-olds, the age when most beginners get licenses. Crashes involving sixteen year-old drivers aren't like those involving drivers only a year or two older. Unusual situations, even small emergencies, often get them into trouble. The real problem is that these young drivers are both inexperienced and immature at the task of driving.

YOUR EYES ARE DIFFERENT (14 min)(SV-0336)
This video takes a different approach to eye safety. It details proper protective gear for different jobs in which the eyes might be vulnerable to danger and shows the difference in what could have happened and how it was avoided because of proper protection. Includes: Reference Guide Booklet.

YOUR HEALTHY BACK (15 min)(SV-0180)
Designed to alleviate some back discomfort/pain, while suggesting ways to live with this (sometime) chronic problem, this suggests exercises for: 1) Walking; 2) Body stretch; 3) Chest and shoulder stretch; 4) Stress reduction; 5) Pelvic tilt; 6) Partial squat; 7) Hamstring stretch; 8) Hip stretch. (Includes Teaching Aid "exercise instruction sheet")

YOUR RIGHT TO KNOW (16 min)(SV-0434)
Talks about OSHA and Hazard Communication Standards on your right to know about chemicals and hazardous materials in the workplace; shows labels on chemicals and what should be on that label.

ZAP! POWER LINES (5 min)(SV-0590)
Power lines are like snakes--silent but deadly--and should not be taken for granted. Be reminded that one needs to be constantly aware of power lines above and below ground, along with what to do in an electrical emergency.

 

 

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