Safety & Loss Control
11:58:37 PM CDT
Thursday, February 26, 2015
Video Resource Library
(B) = Booklet, (C) = CD (support materials), (D) = DVD, (V) = Video
Please check out our newer titles indicated in orange.
Grain Handling Safety
Don't Go With the Flow: Grain Entrapment
National Grain and Feed Foundation and Purdue University (1998)
Time: 29:07 minutes #VLGH001 (B) (V)
This video can make a difference in grain operations. It discusses engulfment risks and rescuing entrapped workers. Examine the most common types of grain entrapments at commercial facilities and their causes. Hazards of flowing grain are reviewed, along with effective procedures for rescuing partially and fully entrapped workers from various locations, including the base or top of a silo and flat storage structures.
Grain Elevator Orientation Safety
Grain and Feed Association-Illinois (2002)
Time: 14 minutes #VLGH003 (B) (V)
This video is geared toward making elevator employees more aware of safety issues. Topics covered include: safely dumping trucks, cleaning around dumps, explosions, emergency exit plans, bin entry, ladder safety, electrical safety, and equipment safety.
"Nightmare on Mill Street" Operations/Maintenance Safety: Grain Storage and
Confined Space Entry
NGFA and GEAPS (1995)
Time: 22 minutes #VLGH002 (B) (V)
In true horror-film style, this video is a riveting parody that not only entertains,
but helps protect employees from potential hazards when entering confined spaces.
It focuses on ensuring safe entry into "permit-required" confined spaces as
well as entry into grain storage bins, silos, and tanks.
"The Fall Guy" Fall Hazard Recognition and
NGFA and GEAPS (2001)
Time: 24 minutes #VLGH004 (B) (V)
This video, an updated version of "Walkways and Work Surfaces," focuses on the hazards of falling that could be encountered at grain-handling and processing operations. It takes a mildly humorous approach and incorporates some pratfalls, but the message -- stressing workplace safety and hazard-recognition -- is serious. Topics covered in the video include fall-hazard statistics; railings, stairs, catwalks, platforms, ladders; railcars, barges; incidental hazards (such as electrical hazards; engineering for fall-hazard elimination; and fall-hazard equipment such as harnesses and lifelines.