Video Resource Library
(B) = Booklet, (C) = CD (support materials), (D) = DVD, (V) = Video
Please check out our newer titles indicated in orange.
Summit Training Source
Time: 6:38 minutes #VLHM010 (V)
Live-action video trains workers to respect this serious hazard. It covers identification
and uses of asbestos, where it is found, and why it is hazardous to your health.
Benzene: Knowledge Is Power & Safety
Time: 15 minutes #VLHM035 (D) (B)
Benzene is a recognized carcinogenic as well as a developmental and reproductive
toxicant. Short-term exposure to high doses may cause dizziness, headaches,
tremors, confusion and/or unconsciousness. Protect your worker's with this life-saving
Teach your workers all they need to know to work safely around Benzene, including:
- The dangers of Benzene
- How exposure can affect health
- How it gets into the atmosphere
- Who is at risk of exposure
- How to reduce exposure
- What to do in case of accidental exposure
Added features and benefits of DVD training include:
- Informative training points and bonus material for refresher or training talks
- A customizable PowerPoint® presentation
- Video-enriched training organized by learning objectives that facilitates
- A printable Leader's Guide
- Resourceful web links to organizations such as OSHA, FEMA, NSC and the CDC,
where viewers can download and print information on regulatory standards
Chlorine Emergencies an Overview for First Responders
The Chlorine Institute Inc (2007)
Time: 22 minutes (Main Video), (10 additional tabs - 42:30 Minutes) #VLHM034
This material is a valuable resource in helping first responders prepare for the
initial response to any chemical emergency, in particular one in which chlorine
might be involved.
- The 10 tabs cover topics including chlorine properties, mitigation and health
effects in greater detail
- A self assessment tool is available after viewing the material to verify that
key points have been captured. Both an instructor and student version is available.
Chlorine: Treat With Respect
Time: 26 minutes #VLHM001 (B) (V)
This program outlines chlorine hazards and discusses exposure prevention.
- Personal protection/first aid
- Storage, handling, and transportation
- Spills, leaks, fires, and explosions.
Compressed Air Safety
Hi 5 Productions (2001)
Time: 9 minutes #VLHM036 (D)
Compressed air is second only to electricity as the most popular source of energy in today's advanced work environments. It powers a wide variety of tools and equipment as well as large machines and process lines. Benefits of compressed air include low maintenance costs, a low weight to power ratio and the ability to operate for long periods without overheating. Because electricity isn't associated with compressed air use, most people don't recognize the dangers posed by this equipment. Just like electricity, however, compressed air can be deadly if not treated with respect and used properly. This video stresses the importance of working safely with compressed air to prevent injuries. Featured are three workplace incidents that illustrate the fact that compressed air hazards are often not easily recognized but still can have tragic consequences. Topics include dangers of cleaning with compressed air, how compressed air can injure the human body, use of hearing protection in noisy environments, inspection and maintenance of compressed air equipment and components of compressed air systems.
Compressed Gases: Safe Handling
Time: 18 minutes #VLHM002 (B) (V)
This video will introduce you to the dangers of compressed gases and show you
how to avoid injury using safe and proper handling procedures.
Crash In The Dark: A Crew Resource Management Case Study
Time: 28 minutes #VLHM011 (D)
In December 1991, two passenger trains collided in the Severn Tunnel in England and 185 people were injured. This unique look at an unfolding disaster and the ensuing emergency response will help you and your workers appreciate training and preparedness. Learn how this incident could have been avoided if these principles of Crew Resource Management (CRM) had been in place.
Emergency Action Plan: Crisis Under Control
Time: 16 minutes #VLHM022 (D)
With new threats facing our society today, an Emergency Action Plan is required not only for OSHA compliance, but also for survival. Make sure your facility has a well-thought-out plan in place by following guidelines provided in this program.
Emergency Evacuation: Getting Out Alive
Time: 16 minutes #VLHM023 (D)
This features the training content of Coastal's Emergency Evacuation: Getting
Out Alive video. It covers how to respond in several emergency situations, the
importance of drills and RACE. Make sure that your employees are prepared to
handle any disaster - whether natural or otherwise.
Environmental Awareness: Recipe For A Cleaner World
Coastal (1997, 2005)
Time: 20 minutes #VLHM024 (D)
This program unravels the mystery and complexity of the Environmental Protection Agency's rulings and trains employees on how to better protect the environment.
Facility Security: The Critical Link
Time: 17 minutes #VLHM025 (D)
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.
Facts About Fiberglass and Health
Owens-Corning Fiberglass Corporation (1988)
Time: 12 minutes #VLHM004 (V)
Hazard Communication For Non-Industrial Employees
Time: 17 minutes #VLHM017 (D)
This brand-new program is intended to provide important information about safe work practices when working with hazardous chemicals in the office.
Hazard Communication For Pulp and Paper
Time: 12 minutes #VLHM018 (D)
If you work around chemicals in the pulp and paper industry, hazard communication
provides information about the protection you need to work safely. This new
program covers the need to keep up-to-date with the current information about
the chemicals you work with at the plant.
Hazard Communication: Real, Real-Life
Time: 16 minutes #VLHM012 (D)
The latest and greatest addition to the popular Real, Real-Life training series,
this video program is designed to provide important information about safe work
practices when working with hazardous chemicals.
Hazard Communication: Safe In 8
Coastal (1995, 2005)
Time: 8 minutes #VLHM014 (D)
Hazard Communication: The Road To Safety
Time: 17 minutes #VLHM013 (D)
This Trainer's Toolkit includes essential materials to help you comply with this frequently-cited standard and to help employees identify hazards.
Hazard Communication: The Safety Net
Coastal (1998, 2004)
Time: 17 minutes #VLHM015 (D) (B)
If your employees are working with chemicals, hazard communication is their
safety net. This features the training content of Coastal's Hazard Communication:
Your Safety Net video, and focuses on the essentials necessary to work safely
around chemicals. Complies with OSHA 1910.1200.
Hazcom - It's A Two-Edged Sword
Coastal (1997, 2006)
Time: 20 minutes #VLHM019 (D)
As a healthcare worker, you have the responsibility to manage the R-I-S-K of the hazardous materials on site. This important toolkit will teach you to Respond Immediately for Safe-Keeping and to use chemicals safely by getting to know your hazard communication program.
Hazmat: Safe and Secure
Time: 24 minutes #VLHM020 (D)
In response to the USA PATRIOT Act enacted by Congress, new security awareness training requirements for hazmat employees are necessary. This features the training content of Coastal's HazMat: Safe And Secure video, and will help your facility comply. This program examines the types of threats that exist for facilities that manufacture, store, use or transport hazardous materials.
Hazmat Transportation: Security Depends On You
Time: 22 minutes #VLHM021 (D)
Hazardous chemicals can be dangerous in and of themselves, but should they fall into the wrong hands, these chemicals become weapons of destruction, endangering occupants of a single building -- or an entire community. This video shows how your facility can avoid a catastrophe through proper recordkeeping and awareness in the workplace.
Hydrogen Sulfide: A Matter of Life or Death
Coastal (1993, 2004)
Time: 18 minutes #VLHM005 (B) (V) (D)
Hydrogen sulfide is a poison and in high concentrations it can kill, especially when you don't understand and respect its dangers. Whether working in a manufacturing plant, laboratory or mine, or for a public utility, your employees' health depends on understanding the potential hazards of hydrogen sulfide and safe work practices necessary to avoid injury. By following the guidelines and your company's procedures, this program will teach workers how to protect themselves when working around hydrogen sulfide.
Incident Command System: When Duty Calls
Time: 20 minutes #VLHM026 (D)
In today's climate of terrorism, industrial accidents and natural disasters, groups of emergency responders often work together to handle the response. The National Incident Management System (NIMS) was established by the federal government to help all responders work together. This program will help emergency responders and those responsible for your facility know their roles and responsibilities in an emergency.
Incident Command System: When Seconds Count
Coastal (1993, 2006)
Time: 17 minutes #VLHM027 (D)
This award-winning video program will help you establish an emergency response plan, respond to an incident and get the situation under control.
Summit Training Source
Time: 6:12 minutes #VLHM009 (V)
Filmed on location at multiple industrial and construction locations, this video
is an excellent tool to motivate employees to follow safe work procedures.
Lead Safety For Firearms
Time: 12 minutes #VLHM030 (D)
Teach anyone who uses a gun -- especially law enforcement and security officers -- and anyone who works in indoor or outdoor firing ranges to be aware of the dangers of lead exposure with this important program.
Lead Safety On The Job
Time: 18 minutes #VLHM028 (D)
Featuring the training content of Coastal's Lead Safety: On The Job video, this will help your facility comply with OSHA's Lead in Construction Standard (1926.62). It examines the two most common ways lead can enter the body, its symptoms, and its effects. How to protect yourself and your employees in work that may cause dangerous lead exposure is covered.
Lead! Treat It With Respect
Time: 17 minutes #VLHM029 (D)
Lead is one of the most common and most dangerous materials in construction. The long-term damage to workers can be deadly, but with proper training, workers can learn to protect themselves. Complies with OSHA's Lead In Construction Standard (1926-62).
Plain Talk About a Serious Problem: Silicosis
Time: 18 minutes #VLHM006 (V)
This video explains what silicosis is and how it affects the body. It also outlines
the stages and symptoms of this disease and demonstrates precautionary measures
to prevent it.
Pollution Prevention: Reducing Waste
Time: 23 minutes #VLHM031 (D)
This important program concentrates on specific procedures to help you reduce
waste in your organization. It covers:
- Material handling/inventory control
- Equipment operation/scheduling
- Waste collection and management
Propane Safety Update
Long Island Productions
Time: 10:41 minutes #VLHM003 (V)
Train employees to safely use and handle this liquefied petroleum gas. This video covers:
- Refilling tanks and cylinders
- Proper PPE
- Properties of propane and escape hazards
- Approved, undamaged transport of cylinders
- Protective wear for refilling; escaping propane
Safe Handling of Compressed Gas Cylinders
Time: 15 minutes #VLHM007 (V)
Acetylene fires - how to respond.
Silica Hazard Awareness
Construction Safety Council
Time: 15:44 minutes #VLHM008 (V)
This video focuses on health effects, the potential exposures to silica dust,
and the solutions for controlling silica dust emitted into the work environment.
Spiral To Disaster
Time: 24 minutes #VLHM032 (D)
This features the training content of Coastal's Spiral To Disaster video. Using
the 1988 Piper Alpha explosion as a dramatic backdrop, this exciting program
covers what makes a good Emergency Action Plan (EAP) and shows what could potentially
happen without an EAP in place.
Stormwater Runoff: I Can Make A Difference
Time: 15 minutes #VLHM033 (D)
Oil, grease, harmful bacteria, pesticides and fertilizers are just a few of the contaminants found in stormwater runoff. Coastal's video, Stormwater Runoff: I Can Make A Difference, describes these and other devastating effects of stormwater runoff, and shows how the government and private industry can work together to clean it up - before the problems set in.