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Video ID: 1345 Minutes: 24 Date: 2006 Language(s): English / Spanish
Description: For employees who work in confined spaces like tanks; vaults; vessels, silos; pits; hoppers, pipe lines, or storage bins. Identifies characteristics of space hazards and covers atmospheric testing and other hazard controls, confined space permit, PPE, communication, rescue equipment, team responsibilities and contractors. Filmed on the USS Atlanta submarine. Spanish and Portuguese. Subtitles in English only.
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Video ID: 1140 Minutes: 17 Date: 2004 Language(s): English / Spanish
Description: Training to inform employees about the hazards that may be present on multi-employer worksites and steps to reduce the risk of injury. Brief orientation to slips, trips and falls; fire safety; personal protective equipment; confined space entry; trenching and shoring; lockout/tagout; hotwork; chemical process safety; and working with hazardous chemicals. DVD has PowerPoint and leader's guide accessible on computer. Spanish version on DVD only.
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Video ID: 1101 Minutes: 55 Date: 2006 Language(s): English
Description: Intended audience: utility line workers, electricians, and contractors potentially exposed to electrical arc and power line contact. Discussion presented by H.D. Peterson, M.D. with Allen L. Clapp, P.E. showing graphic views of electrical burn victims before, during and after treatment. Showing the severity of electrical injury will surely motivate a safety attitude. Warning! May be too graphic for some audiences.
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Video ID: 1601 Minutes: 61 Date: 2013 Language(s): English
Description: The “Hazard Orientation & Labor Education (H.O.L.E.)project provides a video with cutting-edge training and orientation for all workers in all trades regarding the hazards of tunneling and underground construction. It provides a new level of consistency between actual practices and advancements in the industry. The video consists of an emphasis on worker training (52 min) and a visitor orientation (9 min). It is divided into segments to be used both on site and in a classroom setting. A Safety & Health Investment Project (SHIP) produced by Associated General Contractors of Washington.
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Video ID: 1259 Minutes: 14 Date: 2007 Language(s): English / Spanish
Description: Promotes safe work practices for contractors and workers who handle fiberglass, rock and slag wool insulation products. Lively format uses two insulation installers, fresh off the basketball court. Endorsed by OSHA.
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Video ID: 1480 Minutes: 20 Date: 1992 Language(s): English
Description: For the purposes of the Process Safety Management (PSM) of Highly Hazardous Chemicals (HHC) standard, OSHA defines a process as any activity or combination of activities that includes any use, storage, manufacture, handling or on-site movement of HHCs. Overview of the 14 elements of PSM including: Employee participation and training, process safety information, process hazards analysis, managing change, pre-start up safety review, operating procedures, hot work permits, incident investigation, mechanical integrity, emergency planning and response, and contractor responsibilities. Includes Facilitator Guide on CD.
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Video ID: 485 Minutes: 35 Date: 1994 Language(s): English
Description: Drama to emphasize the Stute Decision. Developed to assist project superintendents and project managers in the difficult tasks of establishing work rules to prevent violations of safety and health regulations and to communicate these rules to their employees. Assists the general contractor on multiemployer worksites to better understand their roles and responsibilities toward worker safety including the employees of subcontractors. Dramatically demonstrates how small incidents on a construction site can devastatingly alter one worker's life and that of his family. May be duplicated.
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