Safety & Loss Control
6:38:44 PM CDT
Wednesday, December 11, 2013
Video Resource Library
(B) = Booklet, (C) = CD (support materials), (D) = DVD, (V) = Video
Please check out our newer titles indicated in orange.
Aerial Lift Safety Eng/Span
Time: 14 minutes #VLFP007 (B) (C) (D)
This Aerial Lift program demonstrates best safety practices in a variety of work environments.
The program covers Scissor lifts, truck mounted units, Vehicle stabilization and traveling, Safe work practices, Proper use of outriggers, Working near electrical lines, Evaluating weather conditions and Surveying the work site for potential hazards prior to operating the aerial lift.
Anchorages: Make the Connection
Coastal (1992, 2005)
Time: 17 minutes #VLFP001 (B) (D) (V)
Unfortunately, even the best fall protection is useless without proper anchorage.
This program will help employees hook up correctly and covers parts of OSHA's
Personal Fall Arrest System (1910. 66 app C and 1926 subpart M App C) Standard.
- Guidelines for safe hook-up
- General rules for identifying anchorage points
Construction Fall Protection: Get Arrested!
Time: 11 minutes #VLFP005 (V)
Even though OSHA standard 1926.500-502 was issued several years ago, falls still kill and injure more construction workers than anything else. This new program will train employees on what's new and what's in and what's out as far as fall arrest.
Fall Prevention for General Industry
Long Island Productions
Time: 21:53 minutes #VLFP006 (V)
This video will cover some of the most common fall hazards and explain how your employees can avoid them.
- Fall-protection systems
- Surface hazards
- Work surfaces
- Personal protective equipment.
Fall Protection Hazard Awareness
Construction Safety Council
Time: 10:30 minutes #VLFP004 (V)
This video is ideal for new employee orientations and focuses on personal protective equipment and its proper use.
Fall Protection for Iron Workers: Safety in the Sky
Time: 17 minutes #VLFP003 (V)
Elevated iron work doesn't forgive lapses in safety, and it doesn't often give second chances. This video program will help employees comply with OSHA's specific rules for working on high iron and help them to go home in the same shape as when they came to work.
Personal Fall Protection: One Step Beyond
Coastal (1998, 2004)
Time: 13 minutes #VLFP002 (B) (D)
Each year, on average, between 150 and 200 workers are killed and more than 100,000
are injured as a result of falls. This training program, which is based on Subpart
M, will show employees how to protect themselves from such fatal falls.
- Personal fall protection systems
- Lifelines, snaphooks and harnesses
- Equipment care and inspection