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Video Resource Library

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

Please check out our newer titles indicated in orange.

Bloodborne Pathogens / First Aid Chemical Safety Children / Teenage Safety
Confined Space Construction Cranes / Forklifts / Rigging / Oil Well
Driver Training Electrical Safety Ergonomics
Fall Protection Fire / Emergency General Safety
Grain Handling Safety Groundskeeping Hazardous Materials
Healthcare Industry Laboratory Lockout / Tagout
Personal Protective Equipment Scaffolding Spanish Videos
Substance Abuse Supervisory Training Tool and Machine Safety
Welding and Cutting Workers Compensation / Return to Work / Fraud  

General Safety

101 Days of Summer Safety

Hi 5 Productions (2008)
Time: 10 minutes #VLGS099 (D)
This video provides a variety of safety tips that will help protect employees from common hazards of the season. Topics include preventing sunburn, working safely around the home, swimming & boating safety and unique summertime hazards.

552 Safety Awareness - A Commitment to Yourself

Long Island Productions
Time: 29 minutes #VLGS040 (V)
Workers discuss their firsthand experiences with accidents. Discusses basic safety in all work situations and how the cost of an accident affects everyone.

Accidents Aren't Just One of Those Things

American Training Resources
Time: 20 minutes #VLGS048 (B) (V)
With twenty years of experience as a firefighter and paramedic, Martin Lesperance has treated thousands of injuries and medical emergencies that have resulted from the poor choices and decisions people make every day. In this video, Martin shares his experience and stories with a live audience. He addresses many important safety issues that all employees need to hear.

Accident Investigation for Everyone

American Training Resources
Time: 22 minutes #VLGS057 (D) (V)
Accident investigation is a key component of an effective safety process, but very few investigations achieve their intended purpose. All too often the focus of an investigation is finding someone responsible for an incident, but it should really be about finding facts, finding real causes and finding the fixes that will prevent the incident form happening again. For an accident investigation to be successful it must lead to proactive safety improvements and injury prevention. This program will help everyone involved in an investigation understand their roles in the process. Viewers will also learn how to recognize common mistakes made during investigations and how to make the right changes that can prevent injuries and disprove workplace safety.

Beat the Heat: Preventing & Treating Heat Disorders

Coastal (2005)
Time: 17 minutes #VLGS063 (D)
Heat stress sounds like a minor inconvenience, but for those workers who must perform their jobs in the heat, heat stress can cause bodily illness or injury, worksite accidents and even death.

Brian's Story: You Can Make A Difference

Hi 5 Productions (2008)
Time: 10 minutes #VLGS098 (D)
Jeff Bell received the phone call that every parent fears. His son Brian, a young man full of potential and promise, had been killed on the job. In this powerful presentation, Jeff Bell introduces his son Brian and takes the audience step by step through the events leading to his death. During his presentation, Jeff, an experienced safety facilitator for a large paper mill, takes every opportunity to explain what is required to prevent such tragedies. "Everyone can make a difference; get involved in safety," says Jeff. Don't let your employees miss the powerful lessons this dynamic program has to offer!

Bus Person, Dishwasher and Janitor Safety

Long Island Productions
Time: 13:48 minutes #VLGS039 (V)
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 dress, footwear, and grooming; preventing cuts and burns; chemical and electrical hazards; and back injury prevention.

Close Calls - The Wake-Up Call

Aurora Pictures
Time: 15 minutes #VLGS001 (B) (V)
This video offers a dramatic look at "close calls and near misses", an important safety topic that is often overlooked. Accidents are often preceded by some kind of close call involving unsafe conditions, unsafe actions, or minor injuries. Through dramatic accident scenarios and "real life" interviews, this video shows how to recognize these close calls and "wake up" to the danger they represent.

Cold Stress

Summit Training Source, Inc. (2006)
Time: 15 minutes #VLGS065 (D) (B) (C)
This Cold Stress program educates viewers about hypothermia and frostbite, their warning signs, safety measures to take before working and warning signs during work. The program covers:
- Frostbite
- Hypothermia
- Protecting Yourself
- Best Practices

Conveyor Safety in the Workplace

American Training Resources
Time: 20 minutes #VLGS032 (V)
This video discusses the various hazards posed by ground and overhead conveyor systems and the safe work practices associated with these types of machinery. Topics include: shear, pinch, and nip points; types of guarding; avoiding unintentional and intentional contact with conveyors; spill points and spill guards for overhead conveyors; crossing over ground conveyors; requirements/qualifications of operators; maintenance and repair; safety signs; housekeeping; and emergency stop devices. This video was filmed in a variety of industrial facilities: warehousing, manufacturing, chemical processing, mining operations, etc.

Customer Service: Natural As Child's Play

Coastal (1998)
Time: 19 minutes #VLGS080 (D)
We all know that healthcare professionals are busy -- now more than ever. But being warm, friendly and helpful doesn't mean you can't also get your work done. Coastal HealthTrain's program Customer Service: Natural As Child's Play, details entertaining real-life scenarios and the best ways to handle them. A humorous host provides enlightening commentary on how natural customer service can be, as natural as child's play.

Dealing With Stress

Coastal (1992, 2006)
Time: 16 minutes #VLGS085 (D)
Feeling strong and well-rested will not only make your employees happier people - but it will make them better workers too. This award-winning video program highlights the stress-producing scenarios unique to industrial environments.

Depression in the Workplace: The Good News

Time: 18 minutes #VLGS033 (V)
This video provides viewers with information on clinical depression from the perspectives of the employer, clinician, and consumer. Employer implications and human experiences merge to make a compelling argument for early recognition, appropriate care management, and workplace accommodations for individuals with depression.

Do It For Me

Hi 5 Productions (2008)
Time: 10 minutes #VLGS097 (D)
In this unique safety presentation, we witness children using common excuses not to wear safety gear: "It's uncomfortable," "Don't worry, nothing will happen to me," etc. Of course, the parents do not give in to these childish excuses and explain to their children why safety rules must be followed. But when the kids discover their parents using those same childish excuses at work, they drive home the point that the adults should protect themselves at work with the same passion with which they would protect their child.

Food Safety for Foodservice: Working Safely to Prevent Injury

J.J. Keller & Associates, Inc
Time: 10 minutes #VLGS055 (B) (V)
Working Safely to Prevent Injury - Common lifting hazards and how back injuries happen. Topics include:
- Proper lifting and carrying techniques to prevent soreness and injury.
- Good posture to relieve stress on the back.
- The science behind slips, trips, and falls.
- How to prevent injuries around spills and on slippery floors.
- Keeping traffic areas clear and well lit to avoid tripping hazards.
- How to safely reach high areas by properly using ladders and step stools.

Getting Employees to Bring a "Safety Attitude" To Work Each Day

Business 21 Publishing
Time: 66 minutes #VLGS093 (C) (D) (B)
E. Scott Geller, Ph.D. provides this audio power point training that focuses on strategies to empower employees so they embrace a better attitude about safety at work. This CD is accompanied with a detail handout that includes interactive exercises for participants so they can get more involved in safety efforts.

Good Manufacturing Practices: Food Safety's in Your Hands

Coastal (1996, 1998, 2005)
Time: 16 minutes #VLGS002 (V)
Good Manufacturing Practices are essential when it comes to protecting the population against infections spread through food. This program, which focuses on proper food handling procedures, will help your employees avoid putting the lives of people everywhere in danger. It covers: Personal hygiene, PPE and Healthy and sanitized work environments.

Hand and Wrist Injuries

Long Island Productions
Time: 7 minutes #VLGS003 (V)
Video contains graphic pictures of injuries.

Hand Hygiene: For Hands That Care

Coastal (2005)
Time: 17 minutes #VLGS066 (D)
According to the CDC, an estimated 30,000 deaths a year are a direct result of improper hand hygiene.
- The difference between skin decontamination and handwashing
- Time-saving instructions for proper hand decontamination
- Step-by-step instructions for proper handwashing

Handwashing: Avoiding Germs and Viruses At Work

Coastal (2006)
Time: 8 minutes #VLGS067 (D)
Don't let the cold and flu season cause downtime in your workplace. This training video will teach your employees how to avoid spreading germs.

Hazard Recognition and Control

Coastal (2004)
Time: 18 minutes #VLGS068 (D) (B)
Teach your workers the key to safety on the job: recognizing and controlling hazards. This program uses hazard scenarios to point out the direct, indirect and root causes of accidents.

Hazwoper First Responder: Awareness Level

Coastal (2004)
Time: 15 minutes #VLGS069 (D) (B)
If you work in areas where hazardous substances are present, you may need to respond to a hazardous substance emergency. Featuring the training content of Coastal's HAZWOPER First Responder: Awareness Level video, this DVD explains the five levels of emergency response and describes what first responders at the awareness level need to know.

Hazwoper First Responder: Operations Level

Coastal (2004)
Time: 17 minutes #VLGS038 (D) (V) (B)
Hazwoper affects any company using hazardous materials! Make sure your employees are aware of all the HAZWOPER response levels. This important program focuses on Level 2 responders who are trained to contain the release from a safe distance, keep it from spreading, and present expertise in other crucial areas.
- Hazard and risk assessment
- Personal protective equipment
- Hazardous materials terms
- Basic control, containment, and confinement
- Basic decontamination procedures
- Standard operating procedures.

Heads Up - Warehouse Safety

Summit Training Source, Inc. (2004)
Time: 12 minutes #VLGS074 (D) (B) (C)
This engaging program covers:
- Proper lifting techniques
- Best practices for back safety
- How to work safely around forklifts and powered lift trucks
- Basic Ladder safety
- Working safely around conveyer belts and systems

Heat Stress

Coastal (1998, 2005)
Time: 16 minutes #VLGS004 (B) (D) (V)
Outlines heat stress and provides preventive measures. High Impact: Workplace Safety American Training Resources (2002)

Heat Stress: Don't Lose Your Cool

Coastal (2004)
Time: 15 minutes #VLGS064 (D)
This DVD features the training content of Coastal's Heat Stress: Don't Lose Your Cool video - acclimatization, proper work procedures, fluid intake, eating habits, proper clothing and information on sunburn, heat rash, exhaustion and stroke.

High Impact: Hand Safety

Time: 17 Minutes #VLGS062 (V)
As part our best-selling "High Impact Series", this dynamic video shows viewers that a commitment to hand safety is the key to maintaining an injury-free workplace or even saving ones life. Filled with re-creations of actual accidents from OSHA files, this film has proven to be a highly effective training tool through its scared-straight, graphic nature.
- Fifteen accidents involving hand and arm mishaps.
- Meat cutter loses control of hand muscles.
- Glove caught in conveyor belt.
- Machine operator pulled into rotating equipment.
- Employee's hand is crushed in forklift incident.
- Materials Handler loses finger
- Wrong tool punctures hand.

High Impact: Maintenance Safety

American Training Resources
Time: 18 minutes #VLGS031 (V)(20 minute DVD version)
Maintenance workers face a variety of hazards each day as work assignments constantly change. These workers must have a degree of skill and a good safety attitude to be successful. This program uses eleven accidents to illustrate the importance of building a wall of safety to protect yourself from hazards.

High Impact: Workplace Safety

Time: 20 Minutes #VLGS061 (V)
As part our best-selling "High Impact Series", this dynamic video shows viewers that a commitment to a positive safety attitude is the key to maintaining an injury-free workplace or even saving ones life. Filled with re-creations of actual accidents from OSHA files, this film has proven to be a highly effective training tool through its scared-straight, graphic nature.
- Four accidents involving various types of mishaps.
- Employee suffers traumatic eye injury after neglecting to wear proper PPE.
- Series of lockout mistakes lead to worker's death in conveyor system.
- Custodian's failure to read container label results in severe chemical burns.
- Office worker is crushed by forklift after ignoring work area hazards and taking a shortcut.

Hooked on Safety: My World

hookedonsafety.com (2003)
Time: 65 minutes #VLGS058 (D) (B)
Billy Robbins CSP (Certified Speaking Professional) is considered to be one of the top motivational safety speakers in the country. He has presented to hundreds of companies, thousands of employees and all levels of management. Billy's Hooked On Safety ™ presentation is a unique, behavioral based, fast paced, highly motivational safety presentation that will change the attitudes of all who attend. Billy believes that 'changed attitudes produce safety'. He calls it, "In Your Face Safety, That's Fun"! Billy's blend of humor, audience participation and story of his own accident impacts audiences on every level. His presentations produce positive and immediate outcomes.
- Create a positive safety attitude in all attendees
- Convince everyone to take responsibility for their own safety
- Have your employees looking out for each other
- Create positive interaction between your workforce
- Convince all attendees that an accident free workplace can be achieved
- Win a fresh new commitment to safety from all who attend
- Create an environment that makes your safety practices and procedures easier to implement and maintain
- Be a major step in helping you reach your goal of an accident free workplace

Hooked on Safety: My World

hookedonsafety.com (2003)
Time: 27 minutes - #VLGS102 (D) (B)
Billy Robbins CSP (Certified Speaking Professional) is considered to be one of the top motivational safety speakers in the country. He has presented to hundreds of companies, thousands of employees and all levels of management. Billy's Hooked On Safety ™ presentation is a unique, behavioral based, fast paced, highly motivational safety presentation that will change the attitudes of all who attend. Billy believes that 'changed attitudes produce safety'. He calls it, "In Your Face Safety, That's Fun"! Billy's blend of humor, audience participation and story of his own accident impacts audiences on every level. His presentations produce positive and immediate outcomes.
- Create a positive safety attitude in all attendees
- Convince everyone to take responsibility for their own safety
- Have your employees looking out for each other
- Create positive interaction between your workforce
- Convince all attendees that an accident free workplace can be achieved
- Win a fresh new commitment to safety from all who attend
- Create an environment that makes your safety practices and procedures easier to implement and maintain
- Be a major step in helping you reach your goal of an accident free workplace

Hooked on Safety: My World

hookedonsafety.com (2003)
Time: 18 minutes #VLGS103 (D) (B)
Billy Robbins CSP (Certified Speaking Professional) is considered to be one of the top motivational safety speakers in the country. He has presented to hundreds of companies, thousands of employees and all levels of management. Billy's Hooked On Safety ™ presentation is a unique, behavioral based, fast paced, highly motivational safety presentation that will change the attitudes of all who attend. Billy believes that 'changed attitudes produce safety'. He calls it, "In Your Face Safety, That's Fun"! Billy's blend of humor, audience participation and story of his own accident impacts audiences on every level. His presentations produce positive and immediate outcomes.
- Create a positive safety attitude in all attendees
- Convince everyone to take responsibility for their own safety
- Have your employees looking out for each other
- Create positive interaction between your workforce
- Convince all attendees that an accident free workplace can be achieved
- Win a fresh new commitment to safety from all who attend
- Create an environment that makes your safety practices and procedures easier to implement and maintain
- Be a major step in helping you reach your goal of an accident free workplace

Hotel Safety: A Reality Check-In

Coastal (1996)
Time: 29 minutes #VLGS005 (B) (V)
It's everyone's job to provide a safe and clean environment for guests. Learn the following safety measures for different areas of the hotel business including: housekeeping, maintenance, kitchen/food service, and security:
- How to prevent exposure to bloodborne pathogens
- How to use an MSDS
- Fire safety precautions
- Back safety and lifting techniques.

Hotel Safety: A Reality Check-In

Coastal (1996, 2006)
Time: 18 minutes #VLGS089 (D)
The potential hazards in a hotel setting are unlike any other. Besides being responsible for the safety of your employees, you are equally responsible for the safety of your guests. Help all of your employees take a pro-active approach to safety by reviewing what to watch out for in your hotel.
- Security
- Fire safety/emergency response
- Slips, trips and falls

Housekeeping and Accident Prevention

Long Island Productions
Time: 10 minutes #VLGS006 (V)
Maintaining an orderly workplace.

Housekeeping: It Ain't Like the Movies

Coastal (2005)
Time: 15 minutes #VLGS071 (D)
Did you know that falls are the cause of ten percent of on-the-job deaths? This program reviews the importance of good housekeeping and what to look for in your facility.

Hypothermia

Summit Training Source
Time: 6:55 minutes #VLGS042 (V)
Contrary to popular belief, most cases of hypothermia occur at temperatures between 30 and 50 degrees Fahrenheit. This video discusses how to recognize the early warning signs of hypothermia and prevent it from happening in the first place.

I Chose to Look the Other Way

American Training Resources
Time: 12 minutes #VLGS053 (D) (V) (B)
When employees are willing to speak to co-workers about unsafe acts, injuries can be prevented. This video dramatically tells the story of an employee who failed to speak up when witnessing an unsafe act. By choosing to "look the other way," he allowed the needless death of a co-worker to occur. Based on the popular safety poem by Don Merrell, this program shows how speaking up about unsafe acts can save lives and help develop a positive safety culture. Verses from the poem are meshed with the video's action to deliver a stimulating safety message.

Ignite Your Life

Rising Above (2009)
Time: 56 minutes #VLGS041 (D)
Journey with John OíLeary as he intimately shares his personal story of surviving a childhood fire. Through emotional story-telling and great humor, John empowers you to move from where you are today to where you want to be tomorrow. John empowers you to consider five life questions: Who am I? Where am I going? Who is going with me? How do I get there? What can I do? You will be ignited with a life full of possibility you had not yet even imagined.

Indoor Air Quality Tools for Schools

U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (1994)
Time: 15 minutes #VLGS007 (V)
This video includes tips on how to maintain the best possible clean air quality in older building ventilation systems.

Indoor Air Report: Breathe Easy

Coastal (1994)
Time: 15 minutes #VLGS008 (B) (V)
This video will help employees understand what affects the quality of the air they breathe.
- Recognizing and measuring air contaminants
- Effects of contaminated indoor air
- How to improve indoor air quality.

Industrial Ventilation - A Practical Overview

D. Jeff Burton for the OSHA Training Institute
Time: 30 minutes #VLGS094 (D)
This DVD provides overview of ventilation used for emission and exposure control in the workplace. It is a great introduction for Industrial Hygienistsí, engineers, management and safety professionals. Show it at a safety meeting!

Introduction to Job Safety Analysis JSA

Changent Systems (2006)
Time: 32 minutes #VLGS090 (D)
This program covers a universally accepted approach to assessing risks or hazards before starting work. It includes the four basic stages in conducting a JSA: - Select the job to be analyzed - Break the job down into a sequence of steps - Identify potential hazards - Determine preventive measures to overcome hazards. The program presents in extreme detail the JSA process to include: the JSA procedure, risk assessment, risk rating and residual risk, team inclusion, work stoppage, paperwork, JSA steps, definition of tasks, responsibilities of managers, employers, supervisors, team leaders and team members and documentation requirements. Visual scenes are set in petroleum processing locations, but this program is applicable to other process intensive industries as well.

It Only Takes A Second

Aurora Pictures (2010)
Time: 3 minutes #VLGS100 (D)
A three minute attention grabbing video being used by thousands of organizations to open, or close, their safety meetings. Itís guaranteed to get peoples attention and have them thinking and talking about safety.

(The) Kevin Bailey Story

American Training Resources (2001)
Time: 15 minutes #VLGS009 (V) (D)
After losing his leg in a work-related injury, Kevin changed the way he views safety. Using humor and a matter-of-fact approach, he brings safety home to all workers. Watch the re-enactment of his accident, listen to Kevin tell the story of how this accident changed his life, and listen to his family members also tell you how it changed their lives. It may just change your attitude about safety.

Ladder Safety

Long Island Productions
Time: 5 minutes #VLGS010 (V)
Discusses ladder safety and the three types of ladders.

Ladder Safety: Every Step Counts

Summit Training Source, Inc. (2005)
Time: 16 minutes #VLGS072 (D) (B) (C)
This program teaches:
- Selection Guidelines
- Ladder Inspection & Pre-Setup
- Ladder Setup
- Safe Work Practices
- Care & Maintenance

Laser Safety

Summit Training Source, Inc.
Time: 12:19 minutes Video: #VLGS073 (D) (B)
Complies with ANSI Z136
Lasers are common industrial tools that are frequently misunderstood and misused. Nearly 75% of all non-fatal laser injuries involve the eye. In addition, electrical shock is the No. 1 cause of death when working with lasers. Summit's Laser Safety program dispels the myths about lasers and teaches employees how to safely operate and work with all types of lasers. In Laser Safety workers will learn how to safely work with industrial lasers, including:
- Types of lasers and their classifications
- Potential hazards when working with lasers
- Engineering controls and safe work practices
- Proper eyewear protection for laser operations
- Preventing secondary injury from indirect exposure

Lost Youth

WorkSafe-Workers' Compensation Board of BC
Time: 17 minutes Video: #VLGS047 (D) (V)
Four injured young workers speak of losing their youth after suffering serious workplace accidents. Through dramatic re-creations of these accidents and one-on-one discussions with the young people and their parents, Lost Youth tells four stories of lives forever altered. In emotional interviews, the young workers' parents speak of the need for all - parents, employers, workers, and the community - to make sure young people know how to be safe on the job.

Moments of Impact

Produced by KAT Communications - (2012)
Time: 28 minutes #VLGS105 (D)
On October 29, 2011 three young men lost their lives but didnít have to. This is a true story of the consequences because of a decision to drink and drive.

No Injury, No Accident

BNA Communications, Inc.
Time: 14 minutes #VLGS011 (B) (V)
Discover how near misses can add up to major accidents. This video dramatically shows employees how to recognize and prevent serious injuries or fatal accidents before they occur. Based on the pioneering work of W. H. Heinrich and his renowned "Heinrich Triangle," the program demonstrates how the odds of a serious or fatal accident occurring emerges from a series of typical injury-free accidents. This video also shows employees the importance of reporting the accident, investigating how they happened, and eliminating the cause. It's an essential message for every safety program.

Northern Region Association of Safety Professionals Safety Video

Northern Region Association of Safety Professionals (1998)
Time: 45 minutes #VLGS022 (V) (D) (B) (C)
Customized training curriculum in general safety rules, pre and post injury reporting requirements (designated medical provider and return-to-work programs), principles of ergonomics, and safe operating procedures (hazard communications standard; electrical safety; material handling; slips, trips, and falls; and housekeeping/fire prevention).

Office Injury Prevention

Produced by ERI- (2009)/Distributed by Aurora Pictures- (2010)
Time: 19 minutes #VLGS104 (D) (B)
In the fast-paced and sometimes high-stress environment of a busy office, workers sometimes forget about their most important workplace responsibility; their safety. They overlook safety issues because they just donít believe an office has any hazards, but many office workers suffer disabling injuries each year. This program stresses the importance of office safety and how a good safety attitude and using good judgment are the real keys to injury prevention. Many common office safety issues are discussed, including the safe work practices employees must follow to avoid office injuries.

Office Safety: It's a Jungle in There

Tel-A-Train (2000)
Time: 20 minutes #VLGS013 (B) (V)
Humorous look at typical office hazards. Topics include:
- Slip and trip hazards
- Fire plan and evacuation procedures
- Housekeeping exposure to sharp objects.

Office Safety: It's A Jungle in There

Coastal (2004)
Time: 19 minutes #VLGS014 (B) (D) (V)
- Look at your workstation and assess the way you work - are you doing all you can to prevent injuries?
- What you can do to stay comfortable and secure at work, avoiding things like stress, theft, and violence.
- Review your role in controlling dangers like fire, electricity, and hazardous materials.
- Explore the plans your employer sets up to deal with emergencies.

OSI: Office Safety Investigation

DuPont Sustainable Solutions Ė (2012)
Time: 16 minutes #VLGS035 (D)
It can be easy to imagine an employee getting injured in a factory, at a construction site or while in a confined space, but working in an office? According to the National Safety Council, more than 80,000 office workers were injured in a recent year. In OSI: Office Safety Investigation, your employees will follow Brandon, the newest member of the Office Safety Investigation (OSI) team as he learns about the four most common office hazards: falls, ergonomic injuries, being struck-by or striking objects, and electrical incidents. As he works with the rest of the OSI team, he will show your employees why it is important to steer clear of these dangers and share important prevention strategies.

Pressure Valves

Summit Training Source
Time: 7:05 minutes #VLGS043 (V)
Prevent accidents and injuries with this motivational program. Workers will learn to respect the associated hazards and how to work safely with pressure valves.

Process Safety: Protecting Employees

Coastal (2004)
Time: #VLGS075 (D)
Every job site accident is tragic, but an incident at a chemical processing or manufacturing facility can be catastrophic. Employee participation is a key component of every facility's process safety management plan and risk management program. A comprehensive employee training program is essential to safe operations at your facility. It covers:
- Employee participation
- Management of change
- Process hazard analysis
- Operating procedures
- Emergency planning and response

Promises, Promises

American Training Resources (2004)
Time: 14 minutes #VLGS049 (V)
In this program, viewers will see how the choices and decisions we make about personal safety both on and off the job impact our ability to keep the promises we make to friends, loved ones, and ourselves. The dreams of three families, unfortunately, are shattered by poor safety choices involving lockout/tagout, seatbelt/cell phone use while driving, and pedestrians around forklift traffic. Your employees will always remember the video's universal theme: seemingly minor safety decisions can have huge unintended consequences.

Protecting Workers in Auto Body Shops

NIOSH - 1995
Time: 7 minutes #VLGS015 (V)
Learn control techniques including: ventilated sanders, HVLP spray guns, downdraft spray booths, and respiratory programs. This video also describes effects of overspraying in an auto body shop.

Protecting Your Health: For Those Who Process, Sort, and Deliver Mail

Center for Disease Control and Prevention
Time: 15 minutes #VLGS030 (V)
This video was developed for persons who work in a variety of settings, from small mail rooms to large processing and distribution centers. This video includes basic information about anthrax, strategies for protecting workers from anthrax exposures, and methods for detecting and responding to a suspicious letter or package.

RCRA Large Quantity Generators: A Commitment to the Future

Coastal (1995, 2005)
Time: 23 minutes #VLGS016 (B) (D) (V)
- What constitutes a large quantity generator?
- Waste accumulation and storage requirements.
- Transportation procedures.
- Setting up a waste minimization program.

RCRA Small Quantity Generators: A Commitment to the Future

Coastal (1994, 2005)
Time: 23 minutes #VLGS017 (B) (D) (V)
- Introduction to RCRA.
- Identifying hazardous waste.
- Notification of hazardous waste activity.
- Transportation procedures.
- Waste minimization program.
- Emergency plans.

Ready, Willing & Able

Aurora Pictures (2008)
Time: 23 minutes #VLGS095 (D)
Employees being ready, willing and able to give and accept constructive safety feedback is one of the most powerful and effective ways to improve workplace safety. In this unique presentation, Safety Professional Tom Harvey encourages viewers to have the confidence and courage to engage in a constructive safety conversation when a safety problem arises. He also reviews the guidelines that we all should follow once we make the commitment to get involved in the feedback process. Real-world examples of workers communicating with one another are used to illustrate how positive reinforcement is a far better method of encouraging safe behavior than giving negative feedback and criticism.

Remember Charlie

Summit (2004)
Time: 56 minutes #VLGS020 (D) (V)
Charlie Morecraft's moving story breaks down the ultimate barrier to safety...the attitude "it won't happen to me." He has turned his personal tragedy into a poignant first-person account that motivates every one of your workers to take safety precautions very seriously.

Remember Charlies: Now More Than Ever

Summit (2005)
Time: 23 minutes #VLGS088 (D)
This is a powerful program in which Charlie Morecraft shines the light on the relationship of Safety to Productivity, to Profitability. This is a timely message addressing problems we all deal withÖ.Now More Than Ever?

Responsibility

Aurora Pictures
Time: 10 minutes #VLGS050 (V)
A series of workplace scenarios illustrate how employees often blame forces seemingly out of their control for mishaps. This innovative program trains them to ask three questions that can turn them from being RE-active to PRO-active about their safety.

Rudy: Safety Takes Courage

Coastal (2002, 2004)
Time: 15 minutes #VLGS079 (D)
This DVD features the training content of Coastal's Rudy: Safety Takes Courage video - and recounts Rudy's motivational story of a tragic workplace accident that redirected the course of his life. Rudy highlights visualization, character, courage and respect for life.

Safe Behaviors: 8 Best Practices for Success

Changent Systems (2006)
Time: 42 minutes #VLGS091 (D)
Drive safety performance with this overview of 8 key practices for safe behavior. Includes the following incident re-creations: Permit to Work, Energy Isolation, Ground Disturbance, Confined Space Entry, Working at Heights, Lifting Operations, Driving Safely and Management of Change (MOC). Each practice is examined in detail and guidelines presented for help in following the practices. A real life incident re-creation presenting the consequences of failing to exercise the best practices underscores the importance of adhering to the practices. Visual scenes set in oil and gas locations, but this program is applicable to other process intensive industries as well.

Safety Attitudes: Food For Thought

Coastal (2004)
Time: 15 minutes #VLGS086 (D)
Featuring the training content of Coastal's Safety Attitudes: Food For Thought Trainer's Toolkit, this DVD uses the conversations between a diner owner and his customers to emphasize the importance of following acceptable standards to prevent incidents from occurring.

Safety Orientation: Don't Be A Zombie

Coastal (2005)
Time: 22 minutes #VLGS076 (D)
An imaginative "zombie-like" theme is used to stress the importance of being alert on the job in this unforgettable program. It covers critical safety information and motivates workers to protect themselves.

Safety Starts with Awareness, Awareness Starts with You: The Bernie Inman Story

ERI Safety (2006)
Time:20 minutes #VLGS060 (V) (D)
Bernie and Sheila Inmanís world was turned upside down when Bernie suffered horrific injuries at work, leaving him in a coma with a grim prognosis: no chance of meaningful recovery. After watching the program, the participant will be able to explain the following:
- How complacency played a role in Bernieís injuries
- Why PPE should be worn in all required situations
- Why it is important to maintain communication with others when working alone
- How serious injuries can occur even in areas that donít appear hazardous
- How serious workplace injuries can affect a personís family and loved ones

Safety: The Good Fight

Coastal (2003, 2004)
Time:15 minutes #VLGS054 (D) (V)
This high-impact video - part of our Danger Zone series - retells the tragic story of Patrick Hayes, a young man killed in an avoidable, on-the-job accident. Through interviews, it covers how the death affected his family, how the accident occurred and how every employee can make the right decisions about his or her safety - and the safety of coworkers, resulting in a safe workplace for all.
- The importance of taking responsibility for safety
- Wearing proper safety gear
- Proper training in hazardous conditions
- Techniques to promote a safety-first attitude in your facility

Safetyís Top 10 Causes for Workplace Injuries

Aurora Pictures (2010)
Time: 21 minutes #VLGS101 (D)
While the top 10 lists you see in magazines and on late night talk shows are created to get laughs, the list in this program focuses on a subject that is no laughing matter: causes of workplace injuries. Viewers will see the top 10 causes of workplace injuries and how they can be prevented. Topics include: workplace violence, repetitive motion injuries, body parts being caught in or crushed by equipment, motor vehicle collisions, the body being struck by objects, the body striking against objects, falls to lower levels, same-level slips and falls, overexertion and unsafe acts.

Seniors on the Safe Side

Underwriters Laboratories Inc. (1998)
Time: 12 minutes #VLGS018 (V)
This video reminds mature adults of possible dangers in the home and shows them how to simply and easily prevent them. Viewers will enjoy learning about fire safety and prevention, safer use of extension cords, smoke detector placement and maintenance, carbon monoxide alarm placement and maintenance, plus more.

Service Reps: A Day in the Life

Coastal (2005)
Time: 20 minutes #VLGS077 (D)
This DVD features the training content of Coastal's Service Reps: A Day In The Life video. It covers the many challenges faced by field service workers. It covers motor vehicle troubles, bad weather conditions, bugs and animals.

Shiftwork: Circadian Survival

Coastal
Time: 20 minutes #VLGS019 (B) (V)
If your organization runs more than one shift, this program is for you. Circadian rhythms regulate the body's internal clock and deviating from this "internal programming" can often be difficult for workers. Teach them how to adjust and minimize difficulties, especially safety-related concerns, with this important video.

Slips and Falls

Aurora Pictures (1991)
Time: 10 minutes #VLGS021 (B) (V)
The theme of this video is "be aware of actions and attitudes." Punctuated with just the right amount of humor and realistic accident re-enactments, this video covers hazards ranging from housekeeping practices to ladder use. It delivers important procedural information in an attention-keeping "attitude" framework. Appropriate for a wide variety of work settings.

Slips, Trips, and Falls: Real, Real-Life

Coastal (2004)
Time: 20 minutes #VLGS036 (D) (V) (B) (C)
Falls account for almost 400,000 workplace injuries each year. This exciting new entry into the "Real, Real-Life" series will teach your workers to be aware of potential dangers and minimize serious injury on the job.
- Action, awareness, and attitude
- Identifying hazards
- Minimizing improper use of equipment
- Simple housekeeping.

Slips, Trips, and Falls: Taking the Right Steps

Coastal (2006)
Time: 18 minutes #VLGS081 (D)
Slips, trips and falls are a major cause of injury in the workplace. This high-impact training program shows how being aware of surroundings, practicing good housekeeping and using equipment properly can help you and your employees prevent slips, trips and falls.

Stairways and Ladders: The First Step

Coastal (2005)
Time: 24 minutes #VLGS082 (D)
Stairways and ladders may not appear to be as dangerous as some high work surfaces but they can be equally hazardous. This program reviews essential safety procedures.

Stash the Trash

Long Island Productions (1995)
Time: 10 minutes #VLGS024 (V)
Humorous - emphasizes proper housekeeping.

Step By Step: Avoiding Slips, Trips, and Falls

Coastal (1989, 2006)
Time: 17 minutes #VLGS083 (D)
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.

Summer Sports: Safety Wins

Coastal (1997, 2006)
Time: 13 minutes #VLGS087 (D)
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.

Tap into the Power of Assistive Technology

Rehabilitation Consulting & Services
Time: 10:23 minutes #VLGS037 (V)
This video has been developed to provide employers and employees with the information they need to better understand the role of assistive technology in the workplace. Employers and employees know what is needed to succeed at work, but with changes in abilities due to accident or aging, they are often unaware of the technologies available to maintain success. This videotape will increase awareness of assistive technology solutions; provide resources for assistive technology help; and give the viewer new ways to think about hiring, retaining, and/or maintaining quality workers.

Target Zero! Pro-Active Safety Attitudes

Coastal (2004)
Time: 16 minutes #VLGS078 (D)
Zero accidents in the workplace is a possibility -- and it all starts with a vision. Featuring the training content of Coastal's Pro-Active Safety Attitudes: Target Zero! Trainer's Toolkit, this DVD uses astronaut Buzz Aldrin to emphasize the importance of pro-active safety by reminding us there was once a time when the possible seemed impossible!

The 5S's @ Boeing

Boeing Image Licensing (1992)
Time: 22:56 minutes #VLGS056 (V)
The 5sís @ Boeing has repeatedly been cited as one of the simplest, clearest and most practical explanations of the principles of 5S by companies and industry publications worldwide. The 5S concept is five words beginning with ĎSí to create a workplace suited for visual control and lean production.
- SORT Eliminate everything not required for the current work, keeping only the bare essentials.
- STRAIGHTEN Arrange items in a way that they are easily visible and accessible.
- SHINE Clean everything and find ways to keep it clean. Make cleaning a part of your everyday work.
- STANDARDIZE Create rules by which the first 3 Sís are maintained.
- SUSTAIN Keep 5S activities from unraveling

The NewComers: Hazard Recognition

Coastal (2007)
Time: 22 minutes #VLGS092 (D)
The Newcomers follows the actions of five new employees, as they go through their busy days. Keep score as you witness several mistakes and see the impact of those mistakes. This riveting training has a sobering twist at the end!
- To ask questions about the job
- That simple tasks can carry deadly risks
- That their actions may affect others
- The importance of looking out for their fellow workers.

There's No Excuse

BNA Communications, Inc. (1984)
Time: 11 minutes #VLGS023 (B) (V)
Reviews the need to understand and use safe operating procedures.

Understanding & Preventing Heat-Related Illnesses

Aurora Pictures (2011)
Time: 16 minutes #VLGS028 (D)
As hot conditions intensify this summer and we continue to perform our regular job duties, the potential for heat-related illnesses rises dramatically. Collectively known as heat stress, these illnesses are serious and can even cause death in some cases. Your employees must be vigilant in their efforts to prevent them. This safety video program discusses how hot conditions affect the human body, the symptoms of heat-related ailments and what to do if we start to experience them, how to treat victims of heat stress and most importantly, the precautions that must be taken to avoid problems when working in hot environments. Other topics include becoming acclimated to the heat, use of the buddy system, preventing heat stress at indoor facilities and specialized clothing and protective devices for working in hot conditions.

Vacation Safety: Play it Safe

Coastal (1997, 2006)
Time: 11 minutes #VLGS025 (B) (D) (V)
This video covers the basics of planning and enjoying a safe vacation. It may be helpful to persons who do a lot of business traveling. Also discusses how to make arrangements ahead of time, make your home look lived in while you are away, and how to stay safe in your vehicle and at the airport.

Violence in the Workplace

J.J. Keller (1995)
Time: 27 minutes and 22 minutes #VLGS052 (V) (B)
While workplace violence is the result of a changing and increasingly violent society, the problem is largely preventable. The first step in preventing it is acknowledging that it exists. Employers need information on how to squelch this trend in their companies. Employees need information on how to best protect themselves while on the job.

This kit includes 2 VHS tapes and a booklet:
- Strategies and Prevention Planning for Employees - 27 minutes
- Strategies and Prevention Planning for Employers - 22 minutes

Violence on the Job

NIOSH (2004)
Time: 27 minutes #VLGS051 (D)
NIOSH works with industry, labor, and academia to better understand violence in the workplace, the effects of violence on safety and health and ways to prevent and reduce violence in the workplace. DVD includes Violence on the Job (21 minutes) plus bonus material such as recommendations, a bonus video (Case Study - 6 minutes), information about NIOSH, and other useful information.

Walking & Working Surfaces: Watch Your Step!

Coastal (2005)
Time: 19 minutes #VLGS084 (D)
This important program will help train all workers about proper use of equipment and procedures on various walking and working surfaces. Complies with OSHA's proposed 1910 subpart I.

Warehouse Safety: It's No Mystery

Coastal (2004)
Time: 22 minutes #VLGS026 (B) (D) (V)
This video will introduce you to warehouse hazards and safety precautions such as:
- Good housekeeping
- Ladder safety
- Hazard communication
- Personal protective equipment
- Ergonomics
- Safe material handling
- Back safety
- Forklift safety
- Loading dock safety.

What Would You Say?

American Training Resources (2006)
Time: 16 minutes #VLGS059 (V) (D)
This selection features three potentially hazardous workplace incidents in which workers confront each other about the hazards. In each incident, examples of poor communication are demonstrated. Then examples of effective and positive communication techniques are demonstrated. Techniques that we can all use, on the job and off:
- Be positive
- Show that you are concerned about their safety
- Explain the consequences of the hazard or unsafe behavior
- Be specific with your comments

Winter Safety

Coastal (1993, 2005)
Time: 14 minutes #VLGS012 (B) (D) (V)
This video and guidebook provide guidelines for avoiding winter hazards. The tips for prevention of hazards and the treatment procedures are helpful as you head out into the cold weather. Don't underestimate the dangers of winter weather. Protect yourself from hypothermia and frostbite.

Winter Walking: Avoiding Slips & Falls

Produced by: Video Training Source - Distributed by: ICON Training (2008)
Time: 10 minutes #VLGS096 (B) (D)
One of the quickest ways to have an accident in the winter time is by simply walking around in the great outdoors with your mind on other things. Things like: snow, cold, rain, sleet, ice, wind and decreased visibility are all factors in the dangers that Winter Walking presents. If you have a job that requires walking outdoors in the worst of these conditions this video program could help keep you from becoming an accident victim. For that matter, even if all you have to do is walk from the house to the car and from the car to the office these tips can help you stay safe as well. Training Points covered include:
- Walking on slippery sidewalks
- Entering and exiting buildings
- Climbing slippery Steps
- Stepping off of or over curbs
- Being alert to painted surfaces or ice under the snow
- Getting in and out of vehicles on snow and ice

Working Smart: General Office Safety

Coastal (1992)
Time: 20 minutes #VLGS027 (B) (V)
- Slips, trips, and falls
- Noise
- Ergonomics
- Shifting to neutral-body position
- Computer comfort
- Fire safety.

Working with Stress

NIOSH
Time: 17 minutes #VLGS034 (D) (V)
This program summarizes current information about the causes, symptoms, and prevalence of work-related stress. It also notes NIOSH's position that the most effective way to reduce work-related stress is to identify and address organizational stress factors in the workplace. The program includes case studies to illustrate strategies that have been used by small and large employers to reduce stress in the workplace. This program is available in DVD and in videocassette format. The DVD version provides greater visual clarity and includes features not present on VHS.

Workplace Safety Orientation for Employees

JJ Keller (2002)
Time: 25 minutes #VLGS046 (B) (V)
This video explains the "what" and "why" of the various OSHA topics, including what to look for and be aware of while at work. It also provides an overview of key OSHA topics to include first aid, fire safety, hearing protection, PPE, forklift safety, lockout/tagout, and hazard communication.

Workplace Violence: Customer Service and Field Personnel

American Training Resources
Time: 18 minutes #VLGS044 (B) (V)
This video is designed to educate front-line employees on how to effectively address a hostile and potentially violent customer.
Also teaches intervention techniques to help prevent violent situations.

Workplace Violence: The Calm Before the Storm

Coastal (2004)
Time: 25 minutes #VLGS029 (D) (V)
In one year alone, workplace violence accounted for one out of five work-related deaths in the U.S. This program is designed to help supervisor and employees identify the warning signs of workplace violence and prevent it. It covers: The characteristics of a potentially violent employee, Violence prevention program and Stress management and conflict resolution.
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