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Video Resource Library

(B) = Booklet, (C) = CD (support materials), (D) = DVD, (V) = Video

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Chemical Safety

Asbestos Awareness: Are You At Risk?

Coastal (2005)
Time: 26 minutes #VLCHEM013 (D)
This program provides basic awareness of asbestos identification, avoiding exposure, protective clothing and exposure monitoring and medical surveillance.

Asbestos Awareness: Controlling Exposure

Coastal (2004)
Time: 23 minutes #VLCHEM014 (D)
Help your employees control their exposure to airborne asbestos fibers with this training program that covers basic OSHA principles and safe work practices.

Asbestos Awareness: Understanding the Risk

Coastal (2004)
Time: 26 minutes #VLCHEM015 (D)
This program provides basic awareness of asbestos identification, avoiding exposure, protective clothing and exposure monitoring and medical surveillance.

Asbestos In Construction

Coastal (2004)
Time: 26 minutes #VLCHEM016 (D)
Designed to help you comply with OSHA 1926.1101, this program gives construction workers and anyone who comes in contact with building materials a full understanding of how to deal with asbestos exposure.

Biological and Chemical Threats: Closing the Door

Coastal (2004)
Time: 17 minutes #VLCHEM017 (D)
This features the training content of Coastal's Biological & Chemical Threats: Closing The Door video, featuring Miami Vice star Philip Michael Thomas. It contains

Chemical Handling: Anhydrous Ammonia

Coastal (2004)
Time: 19 minutes #VLCHEM011 (D) (V)
Anhydrous ammonia plays a crucial role in making many necessities of life, but it can be toxic – even deadly. This video program covers basic facts about the chemical, while discussing personal protection and emergency response.

Chemical Handling: Corrosives

Coastal (1992, 2004)
Time: 20 minutes #VLCHEM001 (B) (D) (V)
What corrosives are and how to protect yourself against them are the focus of this video program.
- Solid, liquid, and gaseous irritants
- Labeling/MSDS
- PPE/ventilation.

Chemical Handling: Solvents

Coastal (2004)
Time: 12 minutes #VLCHEM004 (D) (B)
This video program reviews what solvents are and how to work safely around them. It illustrates how knowledge and preparation, plus good work practices will let you get the most out of solvents and help keep you working safely.

Chemical Handling: The Basics

Coastal (2004)
Time: 17 minutes #VLCHEM018 (D)
This features the training content of Coastal's Chemical Handling Safety: Basic Principles video and teaches employees they can handle dangerous chemicals safely by knowing what they are working with, how to store them and what to do in an emergency.

Chemical Handling Safety: Flammables

Coastal (1992, 2003, 2004)
Time: 17 minutes #VLCHEM002 (B) (D) (V)
This program discusses one of the greatest threats to workplace safety...Fire. The presence of flammable chemicals only increases this threat. This program teaches how to keep flammables under control and ensure a safe and healthy workplace. It covers:
- Labeling/MSDS
- Ignition
- Storage
- Fire 101
- Emergency response

Chlorine Emergency Kit B

Coastal (2005)
Time: 11 minutes #VLCHEM019 (D)
This video series examines the specifics of safely repairing cylinders, ton containers and tank cars. Each of these short programs can be broken apart so that workers can concentrate precisely on the container they are repairing.

Compressed Gases: Safe Handling

Coastal (2004)
Time: 18 minutes #VLCHEM020 (D)
Most of us use pressurized gases in so many ways that we take them for granted. Despite their convenience, they can be dangerous if handled improperly. Proper handling requires special skills and training and is the focus of this important program.

Decontamination A Matter of Life

Coastal (2004)
Time: 17 minutes #VLCHEM021 (D)
Decontamination is a key part to controlling any hazardous waste incident. This features the training content of Coastal's Decontamination: A Matter Of Life video, and will help train employees on proper decontamination procedures.

GHS-HazCom for Industrial Facilities

Produced by Marcom/Distributed by Aurora Pictures - (2013)
Time: 20 minutes #VLCHEM028 (D) (B)
This was created specifically to assist industrial facilities of all types in complying with federal, state, and municipal Hazard Communications regulations. These products also address the major education and training requirements in these chemical hazard laws. This video presentation introduces employees to the Hazard Communication regulations and provides training on the various types of chemicals found in industrial facilities. Topics covered include:
- GHS Safety Data Sheets and container labels
- Toxins, corrosives, and irritants
- Flammables, combustibles, and gases
- Carcinogens and radiation
- Exposure situations
- Personal protective equipment and chemical storage
- Spills and cleanup

GHS-HazCom for Auto Service Facilities

Produced by Marcom/Distributed by Aurora Pictures - (2013)
Time: 21 minutes #VLCHEM029 (D)
This was created specifically to assist industrial facilities of all types in complying with federal, state, and municipal Hazard Communications regulations. These products also address the major education and training requirements in these chemical hazard laws. This video presentation introduces employees to the Hazard Communication regulations and provides training on the various types of chemicals found in Auto Service facilities. Topics covered include:
- GHS Safety Data Sheets and container labels
- Toxins, corrosives, and irritants
- Flammables, combustibles, and gases
- Carcinogens and radiation
- Exposure situations
- Personal protective equipment and chemical storage
- Spills and cleanup

HazCom & the Global Harmonizing System: Employee Training Refresher

Produced by ERI, Distributed by Aurora Pictures (2011)
Time: 14 minutes #VLCHEM027 (D)
Safety Refreshers are condensed versions to use for initial training when time is tight or for refresher training when needed. OSHA's recent change to its Hazard Communication Standard is designed to bring the regulation in line with international standards with the implementation of the Global Harmonizing System. Implementing the Global Harmonizing System, or GHS, helps ensure improved quality and consistency in the classification and labeling of all chemicals, which in turn improves an employee’s ability to quickly understand critical safety information. This program is designed to help employees understand the three key elements of the GHS: Hazard Classification, Container Labeling and Safety Data Sheets. Topics include the written Hazard Communication plan, physical and health hazard classes, pictograms, signal words and other information found on GHS container labels and Safety Data Sheets. (Also available with the program is a Quiz and Answer Sheet upon request).

Hazcom and the Global Harmonizing System: Employee Training

Produced by: ERI, Distributed by: Aurora Pictures - (2011)
Time: 23 minutes #VLCHEM003 (D) (B)
Upcoming changes in OSHA's Hazard Communication Standard will bring the regulation more in line with international standards with the implementation of the Global Harmonizing System. Implementing the Global Harmonizing System, or GHS, helps ensure improved quality and consistency in the classification and labeling of all chemicals, which in turn improves an employee's ability to quickly understand critical safety information. This program is designed to help employees understand the three key elements of the GHS: Hazard Classification, container labeling and Safety Data Sheets. Topics include the written Hazard Communication plan, physical and health hazard classes, pictograms, signal words and other information found on GHS container labels and the 16 sections of a Safety Data Sheet.

Learn From Their Mistakes: Hazcom Case Histories

Coastal (2005)
Time: 20 minutes #VLCHEM023 (D)
Employees will gain a renewed respect for taking proper precautions as they review HazCom procedures in this incredible program.

Process Safety Management

Coastal (1993, 2006)
Time: 18 minutes #VLCHEM025 (D)
This vital video program will help supervisors comply with OSHA's Process Safety Standard (1910.119). It covers crucial compliance information and training requirements such as: Explanation of the OSHA standard, Employee participation, Compliance audits and Emergency response and follow-up.

Small Spills and Leaks

Coastal (1997, 2004)
Time: 15 minutes #VLCHEM026 (D)
This program focuses on controlling small spills and leaks. It covers the essential procedures all employees should know if a leak should occur on their shift.

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