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We found 20 video(s) with either title or description (or both) of Construction Work.
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Video ID: 964 Minutes: 4 Date: 2001 Language(s): English / Spanish
Description: Designed as a meeting opener for a foot protection or PPE presentation. Grabs attention, is fast paced, and has no spoken script. Visual. Industrial and construction work environments. DVD format available on V1269.
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Video ID: 1614 Minutes: 3 Date: 2007 Language(s): English
Description: Falls are the number one cause of fatalities for construction workers. These falls happen in a split second while workers are on roofs, scaffolds, ladders, bridges, and other work surfaces, deaths can be prevented.

*Please be advised. The scenes you are about to see deal with deaths at construction sites and might be disturbing for some people. All scenes are based on true stories.

*Links to non-L&I websites are provided as a courtesy to customers when L&I considers that external Web content to be useful and valuable to the public. However, we cannot vouch for, or take responsibility for, information contained on websites not administered by the Washington State Department of Labor & Industries. References in this website, or links from this website to any specific commercial products, processes, or services, or the use of any trade, firm, or corporation name is for the information and convenience of visitors to this site, and doesn't constitute endorsement, recommendation, or favoring by the Washington State Department of Labor & Industries, or its officers, employees or agents.
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Video ID: 1124 Minutes: 11 Date: 2006 Language(s): English / Spanish
Description: Promotes safe ladder procedures. After hearing testimonials of surviving workers and families of victims injured in falls, this program will motivate employees to follow the safety points emphasized. Construction work environment, but basic ladder inspection and maintenance is applicable to any ladder use. English and Spanish versions on this DVD.
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Video ID: 1463 Minutes: 26 Date: 2008 Language(s): English
Description: Shows field-level employees how to recognize and promote safe electrical practices in and around the construction site. It addresses site-specific hazards and controls and provides real-world solutions. Includes equipment, materials, electrical energy, arc flash, temporary wiring, electrical cords, power tools and portable generators.
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Video ID: 1266 Minutes: 12 Date: 1996 Language(s): English
Description: Gives the basics on fall arrest systems equipment, guard rails, lanyards, harnesses and self retracting lifelines. Maintenance, utility and some construction work environments. Note: Construction has 4 foot fall trigger. Subtitles. Includes CD with Presenter Guide, Quiz, etc.
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Video ID: 1068 Minutes: 12 Date: 1996 Language(s): English
Description: Gives the basics on fall arrest systems equipment, guard rails, lanyards, harnesses and self retracting lifelines. Maintenance, utility and construction work environments. Note: Construction has 6 foot fall trigger. DVD available on V1266.
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Video ID: 1619 Minutes: 3 Date: 2011 Language(s): English
Description: This video shows how quickly falls at construction sites can lead to workers' deaths. Falls cause one of every three construction worker deaths. These falls happen in a split second while workers are on roofs, scaffolds, ladders, bridges, and other work surfaces. But these deaths can be prevented.

*Please be advised. The scenes you are about to see deal with deaths at construction sites and might be disturbing for some people. All scenes are based on true stories.

*Links to non-L&I websites are provided as a courtesy to customers when L&I considers that external Web content to be useful and valuable to the public. However, we cannot vouch for, or take responsibility for, information contained on websites not administered by the Washington State Department of Labor & Industries. References in this website, or links from this website to any specific commercial products, processes, or services, or the use of any trade, firm, or corporation name is for the information and convenience of visitors to this site, and doesn't constitute endorsement, recommendation, or favoring by the Washington State Department of Labor & Industries, or its officers, employees or agents.
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Video ID: 1616 Minutes: 3 Date: 2011 Language(s): English
Description: Falls are the number one cause of fatalities in construction. Falls cause one of every three construction worker deaths. These falls happen in a split second while workers are on roofs, scaffolds, ladders, bridges, and other work surfaces. But these deaths can be prevented.

*Please be advised. The scenes you are about to see deal with deaths at construction sites and might be disturbing for some people. All scenes are based on true stories.

*Links to non-L&I websites are provided as a courtesy to customers when L&I considers that external Web content to be useful and valuable to the public. However, we cannot vouch for, or take responsibility for, information contained on websites not administered by the Washington State Department of Labor & Industries. References in this website, or links from this website to any specific commercial products, processes, or services, or the use of any trade, firm, or corporation name is for the information and convenience of visitors to this site, and doesn't constitute endorsement, recommendation, or favoring by the Washington State Department of Labor & Industries, or its officers, employees or agents.
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Video ID: 900 Minutes: 20 Date: 1995 Language(s): English
Description: Emphasizes the importance of training for supervisors and employees. Includes components of a safety program, safety committees and suggested resources. Shows footage of warehouse, retail and construction workplaces. Revision of V0186.
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Video ID: 1618 Minutes: 3 Date: 2011 Language(s): English
Description: This video shows how overexertion at construction sites can lead to worker injuries. Injuries happen when the human body is forced to work beyond its limits. Lifting, pulling, pushing, reaching, bending, and other common construction activities can cause these injuries. The pain resulting from these injuries can last a lifetime and affect construction workers' lives at work and at home. But these injuries can be prevented.

*Please be advised. The scenes you are about to see deal with deaths at construction sites and might be disturbing for some people. All scenes are based on true stories.

*Links to non-L&I websites are provided as a courtesy to customers when L&I considers that external Web content to be useful and valuable to the public. However, we cannot vouch for, or take responsibility for, information contained on websites not administered by the Washington State Department of Labor & Industries. References in this website, or links from this website to any specific commercial products, processes, or services, or the use of any trade, firm, or corporation name is for the information and convenience of visitors to this site, and doesn't constitute endorsement, recommendation, or favoring by the Washington State Department of Labor & Industries, or its officers, employees or agents.
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Video ID: 1450 Minutes: 18 Date: 2006 Language(s): English / Spanish
Description: A look at the OSHA standard for lead safety in construction work. It examines the two most common ways lead can enter the body, its symptoms, and its effects. Covers: Inhalation and ingestion, health risks, Blood lead level (BLL), Action level vs. permissible exposure limit (PEL), Engineering, work practice and administrative controls, and Work management practices. DVD-Rom(needs computer for access) has leaders' guide, PowerPoint presentation, and answers to quiz.
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Video ID: 901 Minutes: 9 Date: 1993 Language(s): English
Description: Construction work environment. Covers the mechanics of the spine, demonstrates turns and bends that can cause injury. Shows safe lifting techniques and explains the 10:1 lever ration.
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Video ID: 925 Minutes: 15 Date: 2001 Language(s): Spanish
Description: Spanish Version. Explains musculoskeletal disorders, causes, symptoms and risk factors. Shows how changes in work habits can prevent injuries. Includes industrial, light manufacturing and construction workplaces. English version V0898.
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Video ID: 1577 Minutes: 14 Date: 2006 Language(s): English / Spanish
Description: Prevent foot injuries! Plan ahead, keep the workplace tidy, wear the proper safety shoes or boots for the job are topics covered. Filmed in a variety of industrial and construction workplaces. Additional resource material on DVD, but must use computer to access.
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Video ID: 1612 Minutes: 3 Date: 2011 Language(s): English
Description: Construction workers seek medical attention due to sprains and strains suffered on the job. Lifting, pulling, pushing, reaching, bending, and other common construction activities can cause these injuries.

*Links to non-L&I websites are provided as a courtesy to customers when L&I considers that external Web content to be useful and valuable to the public. However, we cannot vouch for, or take responsibility for, information contained on websites not administered by the Washington State Department of Labor & Industries. References in this website, or links from this website to any specific commercial products, processes, or services, or the use of any trade, firm, or corporation name is for the information and convenience of visitors to this site, and doesn't constitute endorsement, recommendation, or favoring by the Washington State Department of Labor & Industries, or its officers, employees or agents.
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Video ID: 1641 Minutes: 24 Date: 2013 Language(s): English / Spanish
Description: Construction work is very dangerous, as nearly 1,000 workers are killed and thousands of others are injured on construction jobsites each year. While there have been many safety improvements over the years to control the hazards that contribute to these incidents, new and inexperienced workers still get hurt on the jobsite way too often.

This program stresses the point that these workers must be responsible for their own personal safety. Construction Safety Specialist Bob Synnett discusses the hazards of construction work and what actions construction workers can take to avoid mishaps on the job. Topics include PPE, Excavation, Ladder Safety, Scaffolding, Fall Protection and Electrical Safety.

The DVD contains a 24-minute full-length version as well as a 13-minute concise version that covers the same topics. Also included on the disk are four 3- to 5-minute toolbox talks on the following topics: Scaffolding, Excavation, Fall Protection and PPE.
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Video ID: 1330 Minutes: 44 Date: 2009 Language(s): English
Description: A program in 4 modules for construction workers: management (5 min.), supervisor (4 min.), employee (21 min.), and stretching (14 min.). Designed to increase awareness of workplace musculoskeletal disorders (WMSDs) and provide stretching exercises that will reduce on the job injuries. Certified physical trainer, Chris Hansen, describes the muscle groups stretched as each exercise is demonstrated by workers at a construction site. Link to poster: http://www.lni.wa.gov/Safety/Topics/AtoZ/Grants/awardees/IntegritySafetyServices/Poster.pdf Link to Quick Reference Card: http://www.lni.wa.gov/Safety/Topics/AtoZ/Grants/awardees/IntegritySafetyServices/FullCard.pdf Funding & support for this project has been provided by the State of Washington Department of Labor & Industries, Safety & Health Investment Projects.
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Video ID: 1615 Minutes: 9 Date: 2011 Language(s): English
Description: This video shows how quickly cave-ins lead to workers' deaths. It will also show what employers must do to assure that the work can be done more safely. One of the most dangerous types of construction work is trenching, which kills, on average, 40 workers every year. Workers can suffer death or serious injury within minutes of being caught in a trench cave-in.

*Please be advised. The scenes you are about to see deal with deaths at construction sites and might be disturbing for some people. All scenes are based on true stories.

*Links to non-L&I websites are provided as a courtesy to customers when L&I considers that external Web content to be useful and valuable to the public. However, we cannot vouch for, or take responsibility for, information contained on websites not administered by the Washington State Department of Labor & Industries. References in this website, or links from this website to any specific commercial products, processes, or services, or the use of any trade, firm, or corporation name is for the information and convenience of visitors to this site, and doesn't constitute endorsement, recommendation, or favoring by the Washington State Department of Labor & Industries, or its officers, employees or agents.
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Video ID: 898 Minutes: 15 Date: 2000 Language(s): English
Description: Explains musculoskeletal disorders, causes, symptoms and risk factors. Shows how changes in work habits can prevent injuries. Uses terminology relevant to Washington. Includes industrial, light manufacturing and construction workplaces. Spanish version on V0925.
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Video ID: 1620 Minutes: 3 Date: 2011 Language(s): English
Description: The video you are about to see shows how quickly struck-by accidents at construction sites can lead to worker deaths. Being struck by vehicles, heavy equipment, and other objects is the top cause of injuries and the second cause of death for construction workers, killing more than 150 workers in 2009. But these injuries and deaths can be prevented.

*Please be advised. The scenes you are about to see deal with deaths at construction sites and might be disturbing for some people. All scenes are based on true stories.

*Links to non-L&I websites are provided as a courtesy to customers when L&I considers that external Web content to be useful and valuable to the public. However, we cannot vouch for, or take responsibility for, information contained on websites not administered by the Washington State Department of Labor & Industries. References in this website, or links from this website to any specific commercial products, processes, or services, or the use of any trade, firm, or corporation name is for the information and convenience of visitors to this site, and doesn't constitute endorsement, recommendation, or favoring by the Washington State Department of Labor & Industries, or its officers, employees or agents.
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