Excessive noise exposure is the most frequent cause of hearing loss. Approximately 30 million workers are exposed to hazardous noise on the job and millions more off the job. Hearing loss is one of the most common occupational diseases and the second..
Everywhere we go we encounter noise. And if this noise is loud enough, or has certain characteristics, it can cause damage to our hearing... often permanently. Over 15 million Americans have a measurable hearing loss, most often caused by "on-the-job..
This video heightens awareness of hearing conservation in the workplace. Explains the anatomy of the ear, how noise can cause hearing loss, and how to prevent hearing loss. Includes a cameo appearance of "Lou Ferrigno", noted famous body builder, a..
The body is a powerful machine, capable of performing massive amounts of work. And like any machine, when it's pushed hard, your body can produce a lot of heat. Whether you're outside under a hot sun, inside a busy factory, or bundled up against th..
Few jobs expose employees to the potential threat of heat illness as much as the public works' employee. Breaking pavement, laying asphalt, or even reading meters in temperatures in excess of 90 degrees fahrenheit can cause a person to experience hea..
More illnesses are surfacing from employees working in abnormally high temperatures, such as in a hot warehouse or warm assembly environment. This video discusses heat stroke, heat stress, fainting, and precautions to take when working in a hot envir..
1010F Hexavalent Chromium: This program discusses some of the dangers of Hexavalent Chromium (HC) exposure. HC is a known carcinogen that if exposed to can cause illness or death.
Runtime: 12 minutes
This video is about what an employer and employee can do to help prepare for an emergency. This program will help make you aware of potential threats and risks to your security. Program covers Anthrax Nuclear Chemical and Biological exposures
The Globally Harmonized System (GHS) is an international approach to hazard communication, providing agreed criteria for classification of chemical hazards, and a standardized approach to label elements and safety data sheets. This program is an expl..
This is the true life story of Randy Fellhoelter’s close encounter with death after intentionally violating safety work rules and procedures. Although Randy’s accident was caused by his accidental contact with 7,200 volts of electricity, the video fo..
Topics covered include:
Taking immediate action at the scene of the incident
Gathering facts and information
How to take effective pictures and document an incident scene
Techniques for interviewing witnesses
Methods for analyzing the f..
An excellent video which should be shown to all employees including office workers. This graphic video describes types of hand injuries and gives tips for prevention of injuries to your hands. The anatomy of the hand is explained to emphasize t..
Program explains what job safety analysis is all about and how to conduct a job safety analysis.
Runtime: 10 minutes
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This video deals with the safe way to use stepladders, straight ladders and platform ladders, as well as common hazards associated with improper ladder use. Explains the 4:1 rule when placing straight ladders, the belt buckle rule, 36″ requirement fo..
Created specifically to assist facilities in complying with the employee training requirements of OSHA''s "Lock-Out/Tag-Out" regulation, these products discuss the OSHA Lock-Out/Tag-Out Standard, including the Energy Control Plan.
This program emphasizes the importance of employee responsibility concerning this potentially deadly hazard. It reviews step-by-step procedures for electrical, thermal, hydraulic and pneumatic powered equipment. Meets all new OSHA training requ..
It is estimated that over 100 workers are seriously injured every day due to failure to properly lockout-tagout equipment. This program covers the purpose of lockout-tagout, the hazards associated with the accidental release of stored energy, p..
Machinery comes in many sizes and shapes, and it can present many different types of hazards. Each year thousands of employees across the country are injured by the machines they are most familiar with... and which they believe are safe. The risk of ..
Emphasizes that machine guarding is not foolproof and requires employee responsibility when working with machinery. The last segment of the program addresses safety concerns regarding employees who work with or near conveyor systems.