Video Resource Library
(B) = Booklet, (C) = CD (support materials), (D) = DVD, (V) = Video
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Tool and Machine Safety
Hand & Power Tools Safety Eng/Span
Time: 15 minutes #VLTM010 (B) (C) (D)
Program focuses on important themes, such as Work preparation-PPE selection, Choosing the right tool for the job and Safe work practices for all tools.
Handling Knives, Cuts, and Burns
JJ Keller (2001)
Time: 10 minutes #VLTMS008 (B) (V)
Explains why sharp knives are safer than dull ones, provides tips for selecting a good knife, and gives techniques for cutting food safely. Also explains first aid for cuts and burns and the most common causes of burns.
National Safety Compliance
Time: 12 minutes #VLTM009 (V)
Designed for employees working with knives, cooking utensils, slicers, cutters, and other kitchen equipment, this video demonstrates proper use and safety procedures of kitchen equipment, as well as accident prevention.
Knife and Blade Safety
Time: 9 minutes #VLTM001 (V)
- Types of utility knives.
- Safety equipment.
- Proper cutting procedures.
Laser Safety: The Blink of an Eye
Time: 21 minutes #VLTM015 (B) (D)
Deflect the accidents and blast away the hazards. This DVD aims to provide basic
laser safety awareness. While your workers do abide by your safety guidelines,
this program supplements your accident-prevention efforts. The program, based
on the current and up-to-date American National Standards Institute (ANSI) standard
Z136, illuminates a deeper understanding of:
-The various other standards and guidelines that may be associated with their
- Hazardous situations when working around lasers
- Air contaminants produced by laser operations
- The classification of lasers
- What role the Laser Safety Officer plays
- Engineering and Administrative controls
- How to protect your eyes
- The importance of laser safety training
Coastal (1992, 2004)
Time: 14 minutes #VLTM002 (B) (D) (V)
There are as many possible dangers as there are machines! This will help your
employees understand and use their first and best form of protection -- machine
safeguarding! Hazards from operations or accidental contact must be controlled
or eliminated. It covers: - Categories and types of machine guarding
- Importance of safeguarding
- Places where most machine hazards occur
- Safety control devices
Machine Guarding and Conveyor Safety
Training Network (2011)
Time: 13 minutes #VLTM016 (D)
Moving machine parts, when unguarded, have the potential to cause severe workplace injuries, such as crushed fingers or hands, amputations, burns or blindness. Machine guarding protects individuals from getting their hands, arms or any other body parts from getting cut, crushed, sheared or otherwise seriously damaged. This program is designed to explain some of the basics of machine guarding and to give you information relating to potential hazards you can avoid by working and acting safely around equipment and machinery.
Machine Guarding: Safeguard Your Future
Time: 14 minutes #VLTM014 (D) (B)
Practically every machine has some sort of machine guarding - a shield, automatic
shutoff or even a laser curtain - to protect workers if a body part should come
in contact with the machine. In fact, OSHA requires specific machines to have
specific guards. Make sure your employees understand the importance of knowing
about and using the machine guards meant to protect them.
- Safety guards
- Safety devices
Added features and benefits of DVD training:
- A customizable PowerPoint™ presentation
- Informative training points and bonus material for refresher or training sessions
- Video-enriched training organized around learning objectives to facilitate discussion
- A printable Leader's Guide for trainers
- Resourceful web links to organizations such as OSHA, FEMA, NSC and the CDC,
where viewers can download and print information on regulatory standards
Mechanical Power Press Safety: Don't Press Your Luck
Coastal (1996, 2005)
Time: 15 minutes #VLTM011 (D)
It happens almost daily. Experienced machine operators lose a finger, a hand, or worse - all because they cut corners and their luck runs out. This video program will motivate your workers to follow proper safety procedures, help you comply with OSHA's Mechanical Power Press Safety Standard and review safety tips for operators.
Pinch Points and Safeguarding for Pulp and Paper
Time: 10 minutes #VLTM013 (D)
Working around machines means working around powerful compression systems, gears, rolling mills, calendars and razor-sharp blades. This new program details pinch points as you know them on your equipment, and shows how safeguarding is vital to your safety.
Power and Hand Tool Safety
Time: 21 minutes #VLTM005 (B) (V)
Describes proper use and misuse of hand and portable power tools. Also discusses
proper maintenance of tools and eye protection while using these tools. Tools
covered include: screwdrivers, wrenches, pliers, cutting tools, power saws, chain
saws, and portable grinders.
Power Press Safety
Time: 11 minutes #VLTM012 (B) (C) (D)
This program will teach workers about Basic operations of power presses, Safety measures for point of entry, Importance of machine guards and engineering controls and Best safety practices.
Powered Hand Tool Safety: Handle With Care
Coastal (2000, 2004)
Time: 19 minutes #VLTM006 (B) (D)
This training presents the three rules of power tool safety and examines basic
do's and don'ts for the power tools you are likely to use most often in job
settings. It covers:
- Pre-use inspection
- Predicting dangers and housekeeping
Time: 10 minutes #VLTM007 (V)
This video reviews general wrench safety rules and shows different types of wrenches, wrench safety applications, and personal protective equipment.