nd.gov - The Official Portal for North Dakota State Government
North Dakota: Legendary. Follow the trail of legends
Workforce Safety & Insurance Logo Top of the page place holder

   
Contact Us       About Us       News       Careers       Calendar       Free e-Newsletter       RFI/RFP       Links       Site Map      
spacer image
gray hexagon imagespacer imageForms/Library 
red hexagon imagespacer imageEmployers 
orange hexagon imagespacer imageWorkers 
yellow hexagon imagespacer imageMedical Providers 
green hexagon imagespacer imageSafety & Loss Control purple hexagon imagespacer imageOnline Services 
tan hexagon imagespacer imageFraud Awareness 
spacer imageHOME 


Good Morning
11:00:22 AM CDT
Thursday, August 21, 2014

spacer image
Safety Section Header Safety Logo

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  

Laboratory

Assessing Risks of Toxic Chemicals

Howard Hughes Medical Institute (1997)
Time: 11 minutes #VLLS009 (V)
Promotes sensible risk assessment and stresses planning, mentoring, and being informed. The video tells how to determine a chemical's inherent toxicity and provides an understanding of acute chronic toxicity. Dose, duration and frequency, and potential routes of exposure are reviewed.

Chemical Hazards

Howard Hughes Medical Institute
Time: 10 minutes #VLLS001 (V)
Features the protocols phenol-chloroform extraction and ethanol precipitation. The video demonstrates the safety principles that apply to working with hazardous chemicals such as phenol, tris hydrochloride, chloroform, sodium acetate, and ethanol.

Chemical Storage Hazards

Howard Hughes Medical Institute (1995)
Time: 11 minutes #VLLS002 (V)
Reviews the basic principles of safe chemical storage. The video addresses organic and inorganic chemicals, acids, bases, flammables, toxins, caustics, oxidizers, and corrosives and offers guidance for storing chemicals safely in a typical research laboratory.

Emergency Response

Howard Hughes Medical Institute
Time: 12 minutes #VLLS003 (V)
Stresses preparation and training. The video addresses fire safety and emergencies involving personal injuries and includes demonstrations on the proper cleanup of spills involving radioactive materials, chemicals, and biological agents.

GHS Safety Data Sheets in Laboratory Environments

Produced by Marcom/Distributed by Aurora Pictures - (2013)
Time: 17 minutes #VLLS014 (D)
This was created specifically to assist facilities in complying with the employee training requirements of OSHA's newly adopted GHS regulations. These products discuss using GHS Safety Data Sheets.

Glassware Washing Hazards

Howard Hughes Medical Institute (1995)
Time: 10 minutes #VLLS004 (V)
Demonstrates skillful glassware washing and sterilization techniques. The video stresses the importance of proper glassware washing to good science, promotes the use of personal protective equipment, and encourages teamwork and good work habits.

Laboratory Chemical Safety

Coastal (1990)
Time: 21 minutes #VLLS006 (V)
Covers some of the chief hazards for the lab tech profession and how to identify these hazards, which will allow them to perform their job safely.

Laboratory Safety: The Finer Points

Coastal (2001, 2004)
Time: 17 minutes #VLLS010 (D)
Featuring the training content of Coastal's Lab Safety: The Finer Points video, this will refresh seasoned laboratory employees on the safety techniques and general procedures they may have forgotten since their initial training. Based on OSHA 1910.1450.

Lab Safety: Under the Hood

Coastal (1998)
Time: 18 minutes #VLLS005 (B) (V)
When working with chemicals in the lab, you should understand the hazards, follow safe work practices, and know how to protect yourself during normal operations and in emergency situations.

OSHA Laboratory Standard: An Overview

BNA Communications, Inc. (1991)
Time: 8 minutes #VLLS007 (B) (V)

Practicing Safe Science

Howard Hughes Medical Institute (1992)
Time: 29:10 minutes #VLLS008 (V)
Safety instruction is presented in a lively and challenging way. Chemical, physical, radiological, and biological hazards in the molecular biology laboratory are addressed through re-enactments of actual laboratory accidents and demonstrations of good safety techniques. A significant message in the video is the importance of good work habits and consideration for others.

Treatment Plant Laboratory Safety

Digital-2000 Inc. - (2009)
Time: 17 minutes #VLLS011 (D) (C)
Treatment Plant Laboratory Safety program focus is on all the risks of laboratory work. With this in mind, letís concentrate on some of the most important issues. A lot of people are mistakenly under the impression that working in a lab is just about the safety and cushiest job in the organization. Well, nothing could be further from the truth. The lab contains numerous chemicals, processes, and equipment that can cause injury; make you ill or in some cases result in death.

Treatment Plant Safety

Digital-2000 Inc. - (2008)
Time: 14 minutes #VLLS013 (D) (C)
Treatment Plant Safety program will focus on safety measures when working in a treatment plant. Treatment plants are one of the most important parts of societyís infrastructure. For without the purification of water and treatment of waste water, the way we live as a nation would not be possible. We must be ever grateful for the agencies and their dedicated professionals who work and train so diligently to provide fresh clean and safe drinking water and properly treated waste water. However; we need to recognize that the water/waste-water industry has a higher injury rate than mining, construction or logging industries! This short video cannot possibly cover in depth all the risk and hazards of working in and around treatment plants, therefore it is imperative to work closely with your supervisor to ensure that you are fully trained and qualified prior to working within your treatment plant.

Water and Sewer Treatment Plant Safety

Digital-2000 Inc. - (2006)
Time: 13 minutes #VLLS012 (D) (C)
Water and Sewer Treatment Plant Safety program covers safe drinking water and hazards in a treatment plan. Working at treatment plants can be quite hazardous. Just think about it; high voltage, 3-phased energized equipment, deadly chemicals, heavy pumps and motors, repair shops and a whole lot more. Every day youíre at risk and without training in the risks and hazards of your occupation, the risk increases. There are so many tasks in a treatment plant that depend upon safe operation.
spacer image

Back to Top 

Employers | Workers | Medical Providers | Safety | Online Services | Fraud Awareness | Forms/Library 
Home | Contact Us | About Us | News | Careers | Calendar | Free e-Newsletter | Links | Site Map

© 2013 Workforce Safety & Insurance | comments: wsiwebmaster@nd.gov
 

Section 508 Accessibility Link    CSS Validation Link