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Video Resource Library

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

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Bloodborne Pathogens / First Aid Chemical Safety Children / Teenage Safety
Confined Space Construction Cranes / Forklifts / Rigging / Oil Well
Driver Training Electrical Safety Ergonomics
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Substance Abuse Supervisory Training Tool and Machine Safety
Welding and Cutting Workers Compensation / Return to Work / Fraud  

Cranes / Forklifts / Rigging / Oil Well

Cranes in Construction

DuPont Sustainable Solutions - 2011
Time: 23 minutes - #VLCFR001 (D)
According to the Center for Construction Research and Training, 323 construction workers died over a recent 14-year period due to crane incidents. That's an average of 22 construction crane related deaths per year! Help motivate your employees to work safely around these massive machines with vital information on the different types of cranes used in construction, the roles and responsibilities of crew members and hazards associated with working with and around cranes. This selection helps your organization comply with OSHA's revised Cranes in Construction standard 29CFR1926 Subpart CC.

Drilling Crews/Support Personnel Duties and Responsibilities

Aurora Pictures (2008)
Time: 23 minutes #VLCFR041 (B) (D)
This oilfield training program provides vital knowledge of who does what in the oil and gas exploration process. Each member of the drilling contractor crew including the operator, support personnel and service contractors are explained along with a hands-on demonstration of the types of work each perform. Upon completion of this program, a new or current employee will be able to describe the basic rotary drilling process, explain what a drilling contractor does and what an operating company is. Employees will also be familiar with the service supply companies provide and be aware of the many types of contract service companies and what vital functions they perform. Module titles include: Introduction to Land Drilling Crews and Support Personnel, Drilling Contractor Rig Personnel, Drilling Contractor Onsite Rig Support Personnel, Drilling Contractor Offsite Support Personnel and Drilling Industry Supply and Service Personnel. This program is perfect for indoctrinating new oilfield employees into the industry or even as a recruiting tool to provide prospective employees the information tey need to make a decision to join the industry.

Forklift Basics: Safe From the Start

Coastal (2006)
Time: 22 minutes #VLCFR017 (D)
This program provides details on the powered industrial truck, from the way it's constructed to the way it works. It will help your operators understand the factors that affect forklift balance and maneuverability.

Forklift Case History: Serious Business

Coastal (1995, 2005)
Time: 17 minutes #VLCFR018 (D)
Perhaps nothing emphasizes the significance of this new video program better than the beginning of the program itself: "This training program presents re-enactments of four actual accidents which occurred on or around forklifts and walkies. Your life may depend on learning from the mistakes of these victims." Ideal for training and re-training.

Forklift: Compliance Package: (2 videos)

Coastal (3 copies)
Forklift Operations: Carry the Load
Time: 19 minutes #VLCFR003 (B) (V)
This video explains how to handle some of the issues you face as a professional forklift operator: surface conditions, various loads and stability, proper load manipulation, stacking and unstacking, vehicle and pedestrian traffic, situations like narrow aisles or restricted access, plus all the rules of operating safely.

Forklift Fundamentals: Get the Facts

Coastal (1997, 2004)
Time: 21 minutes #VLCFR019 (D) (B)
This DVD features the training content of Coastal's Forklift Fundamentals: Get The Facts video and will help your company comply with OSHA's Powered Industrial Truck Standard (1910.178). It covers powered industrial trucks, power plant inspections and equipment inspections.

Forklift Handling: Safety In Dangerous Situations

Coastal (2005)
Time: 17 minutes #VLCFR020 (D)
Sometimes operators must handle forklifts in dangerous situations. This important DVD training program uses Coastal video content to help operators avoid accidents by reviewing special techniques for special situations.

Forklift Hazard perception Challenge

J.J. Keller & Associates, Inc
Time: 50 minutes #VLCFR015 (V) (B)
Designed for new and veteran employees, this performance-based training puts your forklift operators face-to-face with real-life hazard scenarios and challenges them to respond quickly and correctly.
The program's 50-minute video features a unique "watch and react" approach that gets employees involved and teaches forklift hazard perception through a series of fast-paced visual encounters. Each scenario is followed by quiz questions that ask "what did you see" or "what should you do"?

Forklift Maneuvers: All the Right Moves

Coastal (2006)
Time: 26 minutes #VLCFR021 (D)
This program reviews the most important forklift safety issues - from operating conditions to load manipulation. With this important information, your drivers will be equipped to operate safely and avoid accidents.

Forklift Operations: Carry the Load

Coastal (2004)
Time: 20 minutes #VLCFR022 (D) (B)
Every forklift, every situation and every load is different. This DVD features the training content of Coastal's Forklift Fundamentals: Carry The Load video and teaches your forklift operators how to handle surface conditions, various loads and stability, proper load manipulation, stacking and unstacking, and vehicle and pedestrian traffic.

Forklift Safety

State Fund Workers' Compensation Insurance Media Productions (1992)
Time: 7 minutes #VLCFR002 (V)

Forklift Safety: Real, Real-Life

Coastal (2002, 2005)
Time: 16 minutes #VLCFR013 (B) (D) (V)
This new video program will help you and your employees avoid permanent, life-threatening injuries. Topics include:
- Awareness, attitude, action
- The walk-through inspection
- Forklift physics
- Loading safety
- Balancing a load
- Testing your knowledge.

Forklifts: Operator Safety

American Training Resources (2004)
Time: 20 minutes #VLCFR016 (B) (D) (V)
In an effort to avoid an incident and potential injury, this video provides viewers with the basic information they need to know regarding the three areas of forklift safety: how a forklift operates; how to safely lift, carry and place a load; and following the rules of the road.
- Forklifts vs. automobiles...the differences between.
- Forklift familiarity, inspection and refueling / recharging.
- Stability and how it is affected by the load.
- Lifting, carrying and placing a load.
- Hazardous conditions and driving safely.
- Loading trucks, trailers and railcars.
- Tips for working near pedestrians and other forklifts.

Hoists & Slings

Summit (2003)
Time: 13 minutes #VLCFR025 (B) (C) (D)
This program trains workers on proper sling inspection, selection and use to prevent material lifting accidents at your site. Types of hoists featured include: hand operated; air or electric powered wire rope; electric chain operated; and vacuum powered. The training topics are: Type of hoists and slings and their proper uses, Factors to consider when choosing a hoist or sling, Inspection procedures, Best safety practices, Load handling and Safe use, care and storage.

Hydrogen Sulfide Safety for the Oilfield Industry

Aurora Pictures (2008)
Time: 30 minutes #VLCFR043 (B) (D)
This program will educate oilfield employees and contractors on how to recognize when Hyrdrogen Sulfide is present in their work area and to introduce the precautions necessary to work with Hyrdrogen Sulfide safely. This information will help fulfill the training requirements of API Recommended Practice 49, ANSI Z390.1 and other international regulatory standards. Additional topics covered in this program include: Properties of H2S, H2S Locations, Health Hazards, Initial Response Strategy, Approved Respiratory Protective Equipment, Self Contained Breathing Appartus (SCBA), Supplied Air Breathing Apparatus (SABA), Pre-Use Inspection of Breathing Apparatus, Wearing and Operating Breathing Apparatus, After-Use Inspection of Breathing Apparatus, Detector Tube Devices, Operating Detector Tube Devices, Electronic Monitors and Rescue Techniques.

Indoor Cranes: Safe Lifting Operations

Coastal (2004)
Time: #VLCFR026 (D) (B)
This video is specifically designed for non-licensed operators to give them the knowledge they need to safely operate several types of cranes. It covers Pre-operation safety inspection, Rigging techniques and Lifting and moving.

Introduction to Oilfield & Drilling Operations and Equipment

Aurora Pictures (2008)
Time: 41 minutes #VLCFR040 (B) (D)
In this program, employees will learn how a drilling rig drills a hole-a well-in the ground. They will learn about all the people it takes to run a rig and support a drilling operation; in addition, they will become familiar with the equipment, tools and services that a rig and the oilfield needs to do this job. All scenarious and instruction have been captured with actual oilfield workers on working drilling and production job sites. Module titles include: Introduction, Deciding Where to Drill, How a Rig Drills a Well, Casing and Cement, Well Completion, Drilling Personnel, Drilling Rig Equipment and Drilling Rig Instruments.

Managing Mobile Crane Hazards

Construction Safety Council
Time: 29 minutes #VLCFR011 (V)
This video introduces the crane and covers: crane selection, site review and set-up, hazards of working around cranes, and inspection requirements for mobile cranes. A good video for site supervisors, crane operators, and others that work with cranes.

Mobile Crane Hazards Awareness: Toolbox Talk

Construction Safety Council
Time: 9 minutes #VLCFR012 (V)
A condensed version of the preceding video. This is a good video for those employees that work around cranes.

Move It (Rig Move Safety for Roughnecks)

NIOSH/ CDC (2010)
Time: 23 minutes #VLCFR044 (D)
The audience for this product is land-based oil and gas drilling and service workers. This video covers rig move safety for Roughnecks in the oil and gas fields. It helps make sense of the organized chaos that accompanies a rig move and highlights some easy ways to lower the risk of being injured or killed when moving to a new location.

Operating a Forklift Safely

Coastal (1992)
Time: 18 minutes #VLCFR014 (V)
Perhaps nothing emphasizes the significance of this video program better than the beginning of the program itself:
"This training program presents re-enactments of four actual accidents which occurred on or around forklifts and walkies (low lift forklifts). Your life may depend on learning from the mistakes of these victims." Ideal for training and retraining.

Orientation for New Well Servicing Personnel

Rigzone (1991) (newest market content available)
Time: 8:40 #VLCFR037 (D)
Here is an excellent program designed to show what well servicing work is like and the conditions in which employees will be working.

OSHA-SMART - Operator in Control: Driving a Forklift Safely

BNA Communications Inc.
Time: 18 minutes #VLCFR004 (B) (V)
Covers operations of the forklift. Demonstrates potential hazards that could result if the operational environment is neglected. Guidelines include:
- Daily walk-around inspection and proper gear
- Load inspection: weight determination and placement
- Surface conditions: procedures and precautions for flat, inclined, weight bearing surfaces
- Restricted areas (ceiling heights, truck cargo bays, narrow aisles, etc.)
- Hazardous and classified locations
- Restricted visibility operational guidelines
- Pedestrian traffic
- Closed environment operation procedures.

OSHA-SMART - Unstable Machine: The Nature of a Forklift

BNA Communications Inc.
Time: 10 minutes #VLCFR005 (B) (V)
Focuses on the forklift operator and pedestrian responsibilities. Will also serve to help meet the "remedial" requirement as outlined in the revised OSHA Standard. Can serve as a refresher course for annual training. Topics include:
- Overview of common unsafe practices in the use of the forklift (speeding, giving others rides, sharp turns, etc.)
- Value of inspections (vehicle and load)
- The use of safety equipment
- Potential workplace hazards (electrical lines, platform edges, etc.). 

Overhead & Gantry Cranes

DuPont Sustainable Solutions- 2011
Time: 21 minutes - #VLCFR023 (D)
From ancient times, civilizations have used crane technology to advance and improve their quality of life. Unfortunately, when operated incorrectly these powerful tools can result in expensive damage to products, serious injury, and even death. Overhead & Gantry Cranes will help increase your employees' awareness of the hazards of working with or around cranes and will help your organization comply with OSHA standard 29 CFR 1910.179. Show maintenance crews, operators and riggers specific ways they can work safely around these hazardous machines, including pre-operational and periodic inspections. It also covers the proper way to rig and move a load.

Powered High-Lift Trucks - Order Picker Safety

Coastal (2005)
Time: #VLCFR028 (D)
If you have order-pickers in your warehouse, this video is for you. It discusses safety issues for those working with and around powered high-lift trucks. It covers OSHA standard, Operating conditions, Tie-offs/fall protection and Tipovers.

Powered Low Lift Trucks - Walkie & Walkie/Rider Safety

Coastal (2004)
Time: 17 minutes #VLCFR029 (D)
When OSHA issued its final rule (1910.178), powered low-lift trucks were included in the training requirements. This program goes over training for operators of trucks commonly called walkies and walkie/riders. They are transporters, pallet trucks and platform trucks.

Rigging Equipment Basics

Coastal (2004)
Time: 20 minutes #VLCFR030 (D)
This program shows materials and techniques used for the three most common types of slings: those made of wire rope, fiber rope and webbing. It provides information on proper selection, maintenance, rigging and use.

Rigging Equipment: Inspecting for Safety

Tel-A-Train
Time: 15 minutes #VLCFR007 (B) (V)
Emphasizes the importance of regular and thorough inspection of rigging equipment. Equipment covered includes:
- Slings: synthetic web, metal mesh, chain link, and wire rope.
- Hardware: hooks; eye bolts; shackles and pins; and turnbuckles.

Rigging and Lifting With Mobile Construction Equipment

Crane Institute of America
Time: 28 minutes #VLCFR008 (V)
Discusses proper procedures of lifting loads with backhoes and other pieces of equipment found on common work sites. Topics include:
- Inspection of machinery
- Inspection of rigging equipment
- Analyzing the load
- Determination of proper rigging
- Job site safety.

Rigging Operations

Coastal (2004)
Time: 24 minutes #VLCFR031 (D)
This program will show you what goes into a successful lift. It will describe the rigging plan, the steps necessary to rig a load and execute a lift, and the correct way to handle the rigging equipment when a lift has been completed.

Roughneck Training

Rigzone (1983, 1999, 2005)
This five-part video series assists rotary helpers in learning about proper care and handling of the drill stem. Includes workbook. Sponsored by the International Association of Drilling Contractors. *(Please note-each of the 5 parts has an individual number)

Part I: Care and Use of Tongs
Time: 12 minutes #VLCFR032 (D) (B)
Describes the two main types of tongs and points out proper use and maintenance.

Part II: Laying Down Pipe
Time: 11 minutes #VLCFR033 (D) (B)
Shows how drill pipe and drill collars should be laid down, inspected, and prepared for transport to the next location.

Part III: Making A Trip
Time: 18 minutes #VLCFR034 (D) (B)
Points out factors rotary helpers should consider making a round trip in a proper and safe manner.

Part IV: Making A Connection
Time: 12 minutes #VLCFR035 (D) (B)
Identifies points that the drilling crew should be aware of when adding a mouse hole joint to the drill string, including inspection, preparation, and procedures.

Part V: Care and Handling of Rotary Slips
Time: 25 minutes #VLCFR036 (D) (B)
Slips are simple, rugged devices but must be properly used and maintained. This video shows floor-hands how to properly care for and handle drill pipe and drill collar slips. Safety clamps are also covered.

Safe Rigging

Tel-A-Train
Time: 20 minutes #VLCFR009 (B) (V)
Explains the procedures involved in rigging for a safe lift. Also discusses how to estimate the weight of loads and how to read rigging tables. Demonstrates rigging on the following types of hitches: vertical, bridle, basket, and choker.

Safety Orientation for Drilling and Oilfield Employees

Aurora Pictures (2008)
Time: 42 minutes #VLCFR039 (B) (D)
This program provides both new and existing employees with the industry and regulatory safety instruction to keep oilfield employees safe while on the job. All scenarios and instruction have been captured with actual oilfield workers on working drilling and production job sites. Module titles include: Introduction-Company Policies, Company Safe Work Practices & Policies, Introduction to Personal Protective Equipment (PPE), Specialized Personal Protective Equipment (PPE), Hazard Awareness - How to Keep your Body Parts!, Hazard Awareness Safe Work Policies, Hazardous Materials - Communication and Drills, Job Safety Analysis (JSA). As all oilfield companies strive for a 0% accident rate this extensive industry specific curriculum, combined with on the job instruction and assessment, will provide a solid foundation to reach this obtainable effort.

Selection and Care of Rigging Equipment

Tel-A-Train
Time: 15 minutes #VLCFR010 (B) (V)
Introduces slings and hardware commonly used for overhead lifting in industrial situations. It describes the advantages and limitations of rigging equipment. Discusses the maintenance and use of the following equipment:
Slings: synthetic web, metal mesh, chain link, and wire rope.
Hardware: hooks; eye bolts; shackles and pins; and turnbuckles.

Take Pride in Your Job: Seat Belts

NIOSH/ CDC (2008)
Time: 11 minutes #VLCFR045 (D)
This video encourages oil and gas extraction workers to wear a seat belt whenever in a moving motor vehicle. The video features oil and gas extraction workers describing their use of seat belts and sharing their personal stories about why seat belts should be worn all the time - every time. The purpose of the video is to raise awareness of motor vehicle injuries in this industry and to provide information about the importance of buckling-up. This video is designed to be used in pre-shift or weekly safety meetings.

Take Pride in Your Job: Fall Protection

NIOSH/ CDC (2008)
Time: 10 minutes #VLCFR046 (D)
The audience for this product is land-based oil and gas drilling and service workers. This video encourages oil and gas extraction workers to use fall protection and never be "un-clipped" and thus vulnerable when at height. The video features oil and gas extraction workers talking about their use of fall protection and sharing their personal stories about why fall protection should always be worn when working at height. The purpose of the video is to raise awareness of fall injuries in this industry and to provide information about the use, proper fit, and inspection of fall protection. This video is designed to be used in pre-shift or weekly safety meetings.

Working Around Cranes

Coastal (2005)
Time: #VLCFR027 (D)
Teach your employees how to identify and prevent the hazards associated with working around cranes - before those hazards become accidents. This DVD covers Proper PPE to wear around cranes, Crane assembly, Wire rope/lifting and Signaling.

Working Around Forklifts: A Pro-Active Approach

Coastal (2004)
Time: 16 minutes #VLCFR024 (D)
Always behave as if an accident might happen... this is the key to working safely around forklifts. This DVD program helps motivate employees to take this lesson seriously. It clearly illustrates how and why special precautions are necessary.

Working Smart - A Guide to Soft Tissue Injury Prevention and Wellness

Aurora Pictures (2008)
Time: 51 minutes #VLCFR042 (B) (D)
Working in the Oilfield can be a physically strenuous profession with its risk of sprains, strains and disease. This program provides the employee with the knowledge and information to be able to work in neutral body positions that will help elevate built up stress on the muscles and ligaments of the body, allowing the worker to perform difficult tasks injury free. In addition, health and wellness topics such as proper stretching, exercising, nutrition and disease prevention (Staph infections) are featured. All scenarios and instruction have been captured with actual oilfield workers on working drilling and production job sites. Module titles include: Soft Tissue Injuries, Ergonomic Intervention and Equipment, How to Work in Stress Free Neutral Postures, Warm Up Stretching & Posture Relief for Your Back, Warm Up Stretching & Posture Relief for Your Extremities, Proper Lifting Techniques, Maintaining Good Physical Fitness, Early Intervention and Treatment For Soft Tissue Injuries and Maintaining Good Nutrition.

Workover Rig: Driver Safety Training

Rigzone (1991) (newest market content available)
Time: 19 minutes #VLCFR038 (D)
Practically anyone can get into a well servicing rig and drive it down the road ... and that's where we get into trouble. In this 18-minute videotape we discuss the unique nature of well servicing equipment, the importance of the pre-trip and post-trip inspection, the top heavy nature of the rig, and important safety awareness concerns for driving on highways and lease roads.
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