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  • Video ID: 1030
  • Minutes: 12
  • Date: 2003
  • Language(s): English
Description: Covers the topics associated with sandblasting and other abrasive blasting including PPE, equipment setup and inspection, safe operating procedures, job site conditions, and bystander safety. NOTE: The paper dust mask shown in this video is not approved for protection against any workplace contaminants.
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  • Video ID: 1505
  • Minutes: 23
  • Date: 2006
  • Language(s): English
Description: Features safety professional, Tom Harvey, who emphasizes that accident investigation is intended to be a fact finding probe to identify real causes and finding a fix to prevent the incident from happening again. He explains the roles and responsibilities of management, employees and investigators in the investigation process. It must lead to proactive safety improvements and injury prevention. Viewers will also learn how to recognize common mistakes made during investigations and how to make the right changes to improve workplace safety. Includes gathering data and conducting interviews. Industrial environment.
DVD FormatLimited AccessClosed Captioning / Subtitles
  • Video ID: 1506
  • Minutes: 10
  • Date: 2006
  • Language(s): English
Description: Features safety professional, Tom Harvey, who emphasizes that accident investigation is intended to be a fact finding probe to identify real causes and finding a fix to prevent the incident from happening again. He explains the roles and responsibilities of management, employees and investigators in the investigation process. It must lead to proactive safety improvements and injury prevention. Viewers will also learn how to recognize common mistakes made during investigations and how to make the right changes to improve workplace safety. Industrial environment. Brief version of 1505. Good for refresher.
DVD FormatClosed Captioning / Subtitles
  • Video ID: 1061
  • Minutes: 20
  • Date: 2003
  • Language(s): English
Description: Hear the keynote speech by Martin Lesperance given at the 2003 Governor's Safety & Health Conference in Seattle! A 20 year veteran firefighter and paramedic, Lesperance speaks passionately from the emergency medic's point of view on life changing accidents that didn't have to happen. Some of the tragic accidents that didn't have to happen: a paralyzing fall off a ladder, electrocution, head injury and other construction fatalities.
VHS FormatDVD Format
  • Video ID: 1396
  • Minutes: 11
  • Date: 2003
  • Language(s): English
Description: A 20 year veteran firefighter and paramedic, Martin Lesperance speaks passionately from the emergency medic's point of view on life changing accidents that didn't have to happen. Some of the tragic accidents that didn't have to happen: a paralyzing fall off a ladder, electrocution, head injury and other construction fatalities.
DVD FormatClosed Captioning / Subtitles
Includes long and short versions (20 min & 10 min)
  • Video ID: 1279
  • Minutes: 20
  • Date: 2003
  • Language(s): English / Spanish
Description: Premium DVD has 20 minute and 11 minute versions in English and Spanish. Hear the keynote speech by Martin Lesperance given at the 2003 Governor's Safety & Health Conference in Seattle! A 20 year veteran firefighter and paramedic, Lesperance speaks passionately from the emergency medic's point of view on life changing accidents that didn't have to happen. Some of the tragic accidents that didn't have to happen: a paralyzing fall off a ladder, electrocution, head injury and other construction fatalities.
DVD FormatClosed Captioning / Subtitles
  • Video ID: 1580
  • Minutes: 19
  • Date: 2007
  • Language(s): English / Spanish
Description: Hazard awareness and a good introduction for non-maintenance and non-responding workers at plants using commercial refrigeration. Describes the attributes of anhydrous ammonia. Reviews the use of PPE for eye and skin exposure, but briefly comments on use of respirators. There is an introduction to plant evacuation on a release. The program is not complete on leak assessment, respirator use, and emergency response. Subtitles in English and Spanish NOTE: Shows a worker appropriately wearing a SCBA, but entering alone a area descrbled as potential IDLH for ammonia. Additional training materials included on CD.
DVD FormatClosed Captioning / Subtitles
  • Video ID: 1327
  • Minutes: 24
  • Date: 2008
  • Language(s): English / Spanish
Description: Covers the three hazards encountered by those who work with or near electricity: electrical shock, arc flash and arc blast. Includes PPE, electrical safety program and safe work practices. Additional resource material and PowerPoint presentation on DVD-ROM. Includes Portuguese version. Subtitles in English version only. Code violation:"NOTE: By Lockout/ Tagout WAC rules, Tags as shown are NOT enough[complete]"
DVD FormatClosed Captioning / Subtitles
  • Video ID: 1442
  • Minutes: 17
  • Date: 2001
  • Language(s): English
Description: With a focus on increased productivity, this is the next level of training for the operator with some experience. Does cover minimum of safety training, mainly a video on process and operation. Some safety violations in backgrounds; e.g. workers exposed without PPE, etc.
DVD Format
  • Video ID: 1490
  • Minutes: 70
  • Date: 2011
  • Language(s): English
Description: The newest and most comprehensive video produced covering all aspects of logging and harvesting timber. In 5 parts: Driving & Transportation (5:27); PPE (8:19); Cutting (26:09); Rigging (14:46); and Landing (15:16). Produced by InstructoVision with funding and support provided by the State of Washington, Department of Labor & Industries, Safety & Health Investments Projects {SHIP}. NOTE: Some older footage shows workers without proper PPE. Current requirements are that all workers wear high visibility vests. *Permission is granted to duplicate this video in its entirety only for non-commercial purposes.
DVD FormatOnline
  • Video ID: 1269
  • 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, construction, warehouse and restaurant work environments.
DVD Format
  • 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.
VHS Format
  • Video ID: 906
  • Minutes: 11
  • Date: 1995
  • Language(s): English
Description: Stresses the responsibility of safety for using PPE. Covers head protection, hearing conservation, eye protection, respiratory protection, hand protection, fall protection and life jackets at the construction site.
VHS FormatDVD Format
  • Video ID: 1270
  • Minutes: 5
  • Date: 2005
  • Language(s): English
Description: Did Charlie's dad get home for this 6 year old's birthday party? Drama shows what can happen if a worker takes a shortcut even once. Two versions, each runs 5 minutes. Choose your favorite! Safety meeting starter.
DVD Format
  • Video ID: 1130
  • Minutes: 5
  • Date: 2005
  • Language(s): English
Description: Did Charlie's dad get home for this 6 year old's birthday party? Drama shows what can happen if a worker takes a shortcut even once. Two versions, each runs 5 minutes. Choose your favorite! Safety meeting starter.
VHS Format
  • 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.
Online
  • Video ID: 1164
  • Minutes: 14
  • Date: 2005
  • Language(s): English
Description: Provides safe operating procedures for vehicle-mounted aerial devices, otherwise known as bucket trucks. Includes: Pre-start inspection, pre-planning, PPE, electrical safety and bucket etiquette.
VHS FormatClosed Captioning / Subtitles
  • Video ID: 1341
  • Minutes: 15
  • Date: 2007
  • Language(s): English / Spanish
Description: Provides safe operating procedures for vehicle-mounted aerial devices, otherwise known as bucket trucks. Includes: Pre-start inspection, pre-planning, PPE, electrical safety and bucket etiquette. Additional resource material on DVD-ROM, includes PowerPoint type presentation. Subtitles in English only.
DVD FormatClosed Captioning / Subtitles
  • Video ID: 970
  • Minutes: 13
  • Date: 2000
  • Language(s): English
Description: Develops awareness of musculoskeletal disorders and techniques for arborists to use to minimize risks. Shows how to vary work activities, take stretch breaks, change or modify tools and equipment handles, proper postures and how to minimize exposure to vibration.
VHS Format
  • Video ID: 971
  • Minutes: 13
  • Date: 1998
  • Language(s): English
Description: Describes how to prevent musculoskeletal disorders while performing typical logging activities. Gives examples of early symptoms and suggestions to correct problems before a severe injury develops.
VHS Format
  • Video ID: 176
  • Minutes: 19
  • Date: 1993
  • Language(s): English
Description: A two part video on the safe use of chainsaws in sawmills. Part 1 Discusses tips to safe chainsaw use in: saw selection, inspection, operations and hazards and PPE. Part 2 covers: hazardous environments in sawmills; log decks, edgers, conveyors and sorters.
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Corrosives
  • Video ID: 1405
  • Minutes: 19
  • Date: 2009
  • Language(s): English / Spanish
Description: Describes corrosive materials; how to identify and classify by label. Includes corrosive solids, liquids, and gasses; emergency procedures; storage and safe handling. Explains hazards to skin and eyes, and appropriate PPE. DISCLAIMER : Not appropriate for agricultural training, because tractors are shown without rollover protection, a code violation. Also in Portuguese. Additional resource material on DVD-ROM. Subtitles in English only.
DVD FormatClosed Captioning / Subtitles
  • Video ID: 1039
  • Minutes: 17
  • Date: 2003
  • Language(s): English
Description: Identifies and classifies various solvents. Explains the hazards of solvents; how to hand and transport solvents safely. Describes the importance of preventing exposure to solvents with PPE and engineering controls. Reviews emergency response. Complete revision of V0607.
VHS FormatClosed Captioning / Subtitles
Solvents
  • Video ID: 1407
  • Minutes: 18
  • Date: 2009
  • Language(s): English / Spanish
Description: Identifies and classifies various solvents. Explains the hazards of solvents; how to hand and transport solvents safely. Describes the importance of preventing exposure to solvents with PPE and engineering controls. Reviews emergency response. Additional materials & PowerPoint on DVD-ROM. Subtitles in English only.
DVD FormatClosed Captioning / Subtitles
  • 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.
DVD FormatClosed Captioning / Subtitles
  • Video ID: 728
  • Minutes: 31
  • Date: 1993/2009
  • Language(s): English / Spanish
Description: A two-part program that covers procedures and techniques for the proper rescue of persons within a confined space. Part 1: Covers rescue equipment, PPE, rescue techniques, and hazards associated with confined spaces. Part 2 :Technical rescue techniques, mechanical and engineering controls, and rescue systems. Spanish on DVD only! WARNING: This training DVD has a permit required confined space fatality, rescue and body retrieval reenactment. It contains film footage that illustrates serious violations of WAC 296-809 Confined Space. See WAC 296-809 Confined Space rules for more information.
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Danger : Chainsaw
  • Video ID: 1295
  • Minutes: 28
  • Date: 2008
  • Language(s): English / Spanish
Description: Covers the safe use of chain saws, appropriate PPE and how to do an inspection/safety check of the saw. Shows how chain saw kickback and poor work practices are the greatest hazards of chainsaw use and how quickly accidents can occur. Includes an interview of a man who survived a life-threatening chain saw injury. Includes brief wood-carving demonstation by Bob King, award-winning chain saw artist. Permission is granted to duplicate the program in its entirety for non-commercial purposes.
DVD FormatOnline
  • Video ID: 1625
  • Minutes: 16
  • Date: 2007
  • Language(s): English / Spanish
Description: In this 16 minute safety presentation, children use common excuses not to wear safety gear: It's uncomfortable, Don't worry, nothing will happen to me, etc. Of course, the parents do not give in to these childish excuses and explain to their children why safety rules must be followed. But when the kids discover their parents using those same childish excuses at work, they wonder how their parents' attitudes would change if their children were to come to work with them.

As each child begins to perform the same job tasks as their parents, the adults' safety attitudes quickly change, explaining how important workplace safety is and insisting that the children follow procedures and wear proper protective equipment.

The children then drive home the point that the adults should protect themselves at work with the same passion with which they would protect their child. They also explain that the adults should be just as quick to stop an adult co-worker from committing the same types of unsafe acts, "because everybody is somebody's child."
Limited Access
  • Video ID: 644
  • Minutes: 20
  • Date: 1996
  • Language(s): English
Description: VHS only. For DVD order #1331. Covers: Levels of protection, engineering controls, safe work practices, lockout/tagout, energizing electrical systems, qualified electrical workers, working with energized systems, PPE, working with overhead emergency rescue and first aid.
VHS FormatClosed Captioning / Subtitles
  • Video ID: 1331
  • Minutes: 20
  • Date: 2007
  • Language(s): English / Spanish
Description: Covers: Levels of protection, engineering controls, safe work practices, lockout/tagout, energizing electrical systems, qualified electrical workers, working with energized systems, PPE, working with overhead emergency rescue and first aid. Additional resource material on DVD-ROM, includes PowerPoint type presentation. Subtitles in English only. Also has Spanish, Portuguese, French and International English versions.
DVD FormatClosed Captioning / Subtitles
  • Video ID: 805
  • Minutes: 12
  • Date: 1998/2007
  • Language(s): English / Spanish
Description: Tim Write, host with a touch of humor, provides important information about safe work practices when working with or around electricity. Engages employees with training to protect themselves from injuries or even fatalities. Covers: conductivity, safe work practices, PPE, and using GFCI's. Additional materials & PowerPoint on DVD-ROM. Spanish version on DVD only.
VHS FormatDVD Format
  • Video ID: 1138
  • Minutes: 18
  • Date: 2004
  • Language(s): English
Description: Covers safety principles, program controls, PPE, rules for working on or near live parts, hazard evaluation procedure, and job briefing requirements and checklists. Suggested for basic training.
VHS FormatClosed Captioning / Subtitles
  • Video ID: 1329
  • Minutes: 18
  • Date: 2008
  • Language(s): English / Spanish
Description: Covers safety principles, program controls, PPE, rules for working on or near live parts, hazard evaluation procedure, and job briefing requirements and checklists. Suggested for basic training. Includes additional resource material on DVD-ROM with PowerPoint type presentation. Subtitles in English only.
DVD FormatClosed Captioning / Subtitles
Eye Washes and Safety Showers
  • Video ID: 1571
  • Minutes: 14/29
  • Date: 2012
  • Language(s): English
Description: Safety showers and eye wash facilities are important to a safe workplace. In recent years an average of over 400 workers per year in Washington state have experienced severe chemical burn injuries to eyes and skin. This DVD includes 14 minute and 29 minute versions to help employers train employees of the importance of PPE prevent injury when working with chemicals. Describes the type of workplaces that need to provide eye wash and emergency showers. Demonstrates eye washes, safety showers, and personal protective equipment. Includes two powerful testimonials.
DVD FormatOnline
  • Video ID: 1644
  • Minutes: 20
  • Date: 2012
  • Language(s): Spanish
Description: Discusses the proper selection and use of common types of PPE and features some worker testimonials that provide valuable lessons about the importance of wearing PPE. Covers: eye and face protection, hardhats, safety shoes and boots, types of gloves, hearing protection and the various hazards indicated for each type of equipment. Challenge your viewers to find 3 housekeeping issues in this video.
Limited Access
  • Video ID: 1460
  • Minutes: 14
  • Date: 2009
  • Language(s): English
Description: Eye injuries can easily happen to any worker, but most injuries can be prevented. Topics covered: diagram of the eye, eyestrain, wearing contact lenses at work, physical and radiation hazards, personal protective equipment, and eye injuries. NOTES: Video shows an employee flushing eyes with a garden hose. Use of eyewash station, if available, is more appropriate. Comes with Presenter guide and resources on CD. CODE VIOLATION: In the eye injuries section, the miter saw guard does not fall back into the safe position. Includes CD with Presenter Guide, Quiz, etc
DVD FormatClosed Captioning / Subtitles
Investigations
  • Video ID: 1602
  • Minutes: 75
  • Date: 2013
  • Language(s): English
Description: A compilation on DVD of 23 narrated presentations which depict real events in Washington State. The Department of Labor & Industries investigating safety and health inspectors describe briefly what happened, how the workers died or were injured, and how the incidents could have been prevented. The stories, mostly mostly 2-3 minutes, include some of these topics: Ammonia leak, bulldozer fatality, electrocution, ironworker crushed, molten metal burns, logging chain shot fatality, roofing fall, tractor rollover, conveyor, a convenience store shooting and more.
DVD FormatOnline
  • 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.
Online
  • 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.
Online
  • Video ID: 1054
  • Minutes: 39
  • Date: 2002
  • Language(s): English
Description: Three parts on one video. Part 1 : Basic Orientation (13 min) Covers various lift trucks, typical controls and features, pre-inspection. Part 2 : Best Operating Practices (14 min) Covers hazard awareness, pedestrian traffic, loading techniques, and stability triangle. Part 3 : Refueling Procedures (11 min.) Covers power sources for forklifts, safe removal and charging batteries, and PPE. Updated version of V0896. Includes Facilitator's Guide on CD.
VHS FormatClosed Captioning / Subtitles
  • Video ID: 1196
  • Minutes: 15
  • Date: 2005
  • Language(s): English / Spanish
Description: For anyone whose job function includes grounds maintenance or outdoor responsibilities, is essential for a safe work environment where you are exposed to pests -- flying, creeping, crawling critters that can bite, sting and cause serious harm. Covers: basic PPE; snakes, wasps, bees, fire ants; Poison ivy/oak; Hantavirus; and First aid.
DVD Format
  • Video ID: 806
  • Minutes: 16
  • Date: 1999
  • Language(s): English
Description: Designed especially for public works, utility, government employees or anyone whose job function includes grounds maintenance or outdoor responsibilities, is essential for a safe work environment where you are exposed to pests -- flying, creeping, crawling critters that can bite, sting and cause serious harm. Covers: basic PPE; snakes, wasps, bees, fire ants; Poison ivy/oak; Hantavirus; and First aid.
VHS FormatClosed Captioning / Subtitles
  • Video ID: 1226
  • Minutes: 16
  • Date: 2006
  • Language(s): English / Spanish
Description: Comprehensive hand safety training covering workplace hazards, PPE selection, glove types and glove inspection. In English, Spanish and Portuguese. DVD-ROM has subtitles, PowerPoint presentation and quiz.
DVD FormatClosed Captioning / Subtitles
  • Video ID: 1302
  • Minutes: 12
  • Date: 2008
  • Language(s): English
Description: Primary emphasis is hazard awareness and PPE. Overview of hand safety beginning with the physiology of hand, wrist and fingers. Promotes the awareness of common hazards, working safely with machines & equipment, selecting tools that minimize stress, use of PPE & gloves, and avoiding repetitive movements. Includes CD with Presenter Guide, Quiz, etc
DVD FormatClosed Captioning / Subtitles
  • Video ID: 1142
  • Minutes: 12
  • Date: 2004/2008
  • Language(s): English / Spanish
Description: Covers flammable, explosive and reactive hazards specific to the paper industry. Describes health hazards, controlling exposure, PPE, handling and storage, emergency procedures, labels and other measures of protection. Good overview of HazCom for new employee orientation in all industries. Additional resource material on DVD-ROM, includes PowerPoint type presentation accessible on computer. DVD has English and Spanish versions. NOTE: Employer will need to develop site specific program to be in compliance.
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Anhydrous Ammonia
  • Video ID: 449
  • Minutes: 27/33
  • Date: 1994/2008
  • Language(s): English
Description: DVD comes with CD with PowerPoint Presentation, leaders guide, test, references, and full script. Designed to provide emergency response personnel who may be called upon to respond to a leak, spill or a fire involving this hazardous chemical, anhydrous ammonia. The program also discusses inverted plumes, in which deadly vapors remain close to the ground rather than dispersing into the upper atmosphere. DVD version has additional chapters on first aid and decon. VHS is c.1995.
VHS FormatDVD Format
  • Video ID: 699
  • Minutes: 23
  • Date: 1995
  • Language(s): English / Spanish
Description: DVD with Eng & Sp versions available. Teaches workers the hazards of noise and how to protect themselves from hearing loss. Covers: the human ear, how hearing loss occurs, audiometric testing, engineering and administrative controls, and PPE. VHS format Spanish version on #973.
VHS FormatDVD FormatClosed Captioning / Subtitles
  • Video ID: 1236
  • Minutes: 14
  • Date: 2007
  • Language(s): English / Spanish
Description: Hex chrome or chrome 6 (or VI) affects workers in many industries including stainless steel, welding, paint and plastics manufacturing and wood production. Training for general industry. Includes permissible exposure limits, air monitoring, medical surveillance, respiratory protection and PPE. Instructor Guide and quiz on CD. Subtitles for each version.
DVD FormatClosed Captioning / Subtitles
  • Video ID: 670
  • Minutes: 19/23
  • Date: 1996
  • Language(s): English
Description: Re-creates ten industrial accidents involving metal working to illustrate the necessity of following proper safety procedures. Reviews safety issues that are important for operating brake presses, grinders, metal cutting shears and other machines. Major points: Understand machine operations and potential hazards, receive training and authorization before operating any tool or machine, appropriate PPE; and observe operating procedures at all times. Warning! May be too graphic for some audiences.
VHS FormatDVD FormatClosed Captioning / Subtitles
  • Video ID: 959
  • Minutes: 19
  • Date: 2000
  • Language(s): English
Description: Points covered: Job knowledge, training and authorization, positive attitudes, violence in the workplace, maintaining concentration and using sound judgment. Recreates seven graphic accidents: Hand caught in conveyer belt, Ladder strikes unchained oxygen cylinder causing explosion, Marital problems result in murder-suicide at assembly plant, Employee accidentally slashed with utility blade, Defeated safety feature allows fingers to be amputated by shear, Worker loses eye after neglecting to wear proper PPE and Violating confined space entry procedures results in injury. Warning: May be too graphic for some audiences!
VHS FormatDVD FormatClosed Captioning / Subtitles
  • Video ID: 1157
  • Minutes: 15
  • Date: 2006
  • Language(s): English
Description: For people who work around electricity. Shows hazards associated with electricity. Shows equipment ratings for PPE (safety glasses, gloves, shoes, clothing and equipment.) Motivates workers to follow best safety practices, including the use of engineering controls, PPE and safe approach distances.
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  • Video ID: 1607
  • Minutes: 52
  • Date: 2012
  • Language(s): English
Description: An orientation training tool for young workers in food service work. The program is made up of 13 short 3-5 minute segments on various topics, such as Chemicals, PPE, first aid, job restrictions, safe lifting, ergonomics, etc. A Safety & Health Investment Project (SHIP) produced by Washington Restaurant Association funded by Department of Labor & Industries.
DVD Format
  • Video ID: 1466
  • Minutes: 19
  • Date: 2008
  • Language(s): English
Description: Provides a road map to planning, coordinating and implementing a housekeeping plan, using logistics planning as a basis for overall site and personal housekeeping priorities on the construction site. NOTE: In Washington State, it is the employer's job to ensure a PPE hazard assessment is done for each job. If chemicals are used, they are to ensure employees read AND UNDERSTAND the MSDS for each chemical they may work with. It is also the employer's responsibility to provide & ensure the use of PPE needed to prevent the exposure.
DVD Format
  • Video ID: 77
  • Minutes: 8
  • Date: 1956
  • Language(s): English
Description: Donald Duck arrives home believing he is safe. Donald's home, however, is a masterpiece of safety hazards. By the end of the film Donald has experienced most of them. Shows what happens when people don't think. Animated. Disney.
VHS Format
  • Video ID: 1586
  • Minutes: 27
  • Date: 2010
  • Language(s): English / Spanish
Description: Training covers basic riding tips on both normal terrain and rough terrain including uphill, downhill and side hill conditions, handling curves, and crossing streams. Other topics: PPE, pre-ride inspections, center of gravity, transporting liquids, crossing public roads, emergency preparations, towing, backing and parking.
DVD Format
  • Video ID: 148
  • Minutes: 18
  • Date: 1992
  • Language(s): English
Description: Provides information from the Late Night Worker's Crime Protection Code: WAC 296-832-200 to prevent or defuse a violent situation in retail. Topics addressed include: store appearance; adequate lighting; and lock box use. Suggested behavior in the event of a robbery. May be duplicated.
DVD FormatOnline
What Went Wrong?
  • Video ID: 911
  • Minutes: 24
  • Date: 2001
  • Language(s): English
Description: A series of scenarios showing unsafe acts or conditions AND the safe way. Topics include: driving safety, PPE, slips, trips & falls, machine guarding, and safe operating procedures. The video can be presented in segments that focus on a particular topic, or it can be utilized in its entirety. Alternate title: What Went Wrong?
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  • Video ID: 1337
  • Minutes: 24
  • Date: 2009
  • Language(s): English / Spanish
Description: Offers an opportunity for viewers to spot the hazards as they watch five experienced workers encounter risky situations during a typical day. Shows the importance of staying focused, dangers of being distracted, the importance of PPE, following safety procedures and not becoming complacent. Additional resource material on DVD-ROM, includes PowerPoint type presentation. Subtitles in English only. Also, Spanish and Portuguese version.
DVD FormatClosed Captioning / Subtitles
  • Video ID: 973
  • Minutes: 22
  • Date: 1995
  • Language(s): Spanish
Description: Teaches workers the hazards of noise and how to protect themselves from hearing loss. Covers: The human ear; how hearing loss occurs; audiometric testing; engineering and administrative controls; and PPE. English version V0699.
VHS Format
  • Video ID: 1381
  • Minutes: 16
  • Date: 2001
  • Language(s): English / Spanish
Description: The nature of work done in laboratory environment poses many hazards. Cancer-causing agents, biological hazards and radioactive materials are common in today’s laboratory. Fire is an ever-present hazard as well. Topics include: best safety practices, potential exposure to hazardous chemicals, engineering controls, including ventilation, ergonomics, and correct use of PPE. Facilitator guide on CD.
DVD FormatClosed Captioning / Subtitles
  • Video ID: 1545
  • Minutes: 23
  • Date: 2009
  • Language(s): English
Description: Covers operational safety issues and PPE for common landscape equipment; chain saw, string trimmer, pole saw, and power blower.
DVD Format
  • 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.
Online
  • Video ID: 1613
  • Minutes: 3
  • Date: 2011
  • Language(s): English
Description: 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.
Online
  • Video ID: 1453
  • Minutes: 13
  • Date: 2009
  • Language(s): English / Spanish
Description: Shows how accidents can be avoided through correct use of machine guards and safety devices. Describes safety devices, lockout/tagout, and PPE. Additional resource material on DVD-ROM, includes PowerPoint type presentation. Subtitles in English only. Also includes Portuguese version.
DVD FormatClosed Captioning / Subtitles
  • Video ID: 882
  • Minutes: 20
  • Date: 1999
  • Language(s): English
Description: Demonstrates various machine guards and safety devices designed to protect workers from flying particles, debris, chemical splashes, and injury. Fixed, adjustable and self adjusting machine guards are shown. Also discussed: Interlocks, pressure sensitive mats and photoelectric devices such as light curtains. Use of PPE is reviewed.
VHS Format
  • Video ID: 1029
  • Minutes: 13
  • Date: 1998
  • Language(s): English
Description: Designed for mechanics and maintenance persons. Orientation of the more important safety requirements of these positions. Covers: electrical safety, fire extinguishers, machine guarding and PPE.
VHS Format
  • Video ID: 1443
  • Minutes: 19
  • Date: 2009
  • Language(s): English
Description: Mark survived to tell about his arc flash incident. He stresses the importance of awareness of shock and burn hazards when performing electrical job tasks. He tells workers to always wear PPE and FR rated clothing required by NFPA 70E. Topics include information found on arc flash/electrical hazard warning labels, the importance of wearing appropriate voltage rated gloves and FR rated clothing, the hazards of wearing cotton and synthetic clothing and why all jewelry must be removed when working on electrical equipment.
DVD FormatClosed Captioning / Subtitles
  • Video ID: 1431
  • Minutes: 25
  • Date: 2010
  • Language(s): English / Spanish
Description: Trains viewers to understand the unique challenges of motorcycle driving. Includes: proper licensing and insurance, safe riding attitude, pre inspections, PPE and defensive riding.
DVD FormatClosed Captioning / Subtitles
  • Video ID: 1006
  • Minutes: 13
  • Date: 1997
  • Language(s): English
Description: Nurse Crabitch appears at Crosby Metals Safety meeting to give tips on how to stay out of the emergency room. Covers: water sports safety; fireworks hazards; preventing heat stress; sun exposure; warm up and cool down from physical activities. Humorous dramatization. Summer follow-up to #1000.
DVD Format
  • Video ID: 1462
  • Minutes: 24
  • Date: 2008
  • Language(s): English
Description: Training to prevent employees' injuries by ensuring proper pre-planning and implementation of engineering and administrative controls prior to donning PPE. It offers procedures of our choice and use of proper PPE during construction. Includes the latest ANSI guidelines and highlights latest available equipment and best practices for use. Includes eye protection, hearing protection, head protection, respirators, hand protection, high visibility work wear, foot protection and fall protection. NOTE: Employees must be protected from falls of 4' or more regardless of how close they are to an open side.
DVD Format
  • Video ID: 1009
  • Minutes: 12
  • Date: 2003
  • Language(s): English
Description: Overview of types of PPE including hard hats, goggles, eye and face protection, hearing, hand and foot protection. Shows how to select proper PPE for the job. Covers maintaining PPE and proper storage.
VHS FormatClosed Captioning / Subtitles
  • Video ID: 1241
  • Minutes: 12
  • Date: 2003
  • Language(s): English / Spanish
Description: Overview of types of PPE including hard hats, goggles, eye and face protection, hearing, hand and foot protection. Shows how to select proper PPE for the job. Covers maintaining PPE and proper storage. Includes facilitator guide on CD. Subtitles in both languages.
DVD FormatClosed Captioning / Subtitles
  • Video ID: 711
  • Minutes: 16
  • Date: 1997
  • Language(s): English
Description: Tim Write, host with a touch of humor, provides important information about all types of PPE with an emphasis on safety awareness and attitude. Shows examples of gloves, goggles, face shields, steel toed-shoes, hard hats, ear muffs and protective clothing.
VHS FormatClosed Captioning / Subtitles
  • Video ID: 810
  • Minutes: 20
  • Date: 1999
  • Language(s): English
Description: Compares the dangers of auto racing to industrial hazards. Features NASCAR star, Bobby Labonte, to motivate use of PPE. Covers safe use and maintenance of PPE, total body protection, and hazard assessment.
VHS Format
  • Video ID: 1299
  • Minutes: 19
  • Date: 2002
  • Language(s): English / Spanish
Description: Compares the dangers of auto racing to industrial hazards. Features NASCAR star, Bobby Labonte, to motivate use of PPE Covers safe use and maintenance of PPE, total body protection, and hazard assessment. Subtitles in English only.
DVD FormatClosed Captioning / Subtitles
  • Video ID: 989
  • Minutes: 19
  • Date: 1999
  • Language(s): English
Description: Compares the dangers of auto racing to industrial hazards. Features NASCAR star, Bobby Labonte, to motivate use of PPE Covers safe use and maintenance of PPE, total body protection, and hazard assessment. Revised and CC version of V0697 and V0810.
VHS FormatClosed Captioning / Subtitles
  • Video ID: 1519
  • Minutes: 14
  • Date: 2007
  • Language(s): English / Spanish
Description: Basic overview of PPE used in the shipyard work environment. Includes: Foot protection, hard hats, high-visibility reflective vest, hearing protection, fall protection, gloves, longshore, waterfront, high visibiity vests, PPE, gloves, seatbelts, eye protection, PFDs, and personal floatation devices. Additional resource material on DVD-ROM accessible only on computer which includes PowerPoint type presentation and facilitator guide.
DVD FormatClosed Captioning / Subtitles
  • Video ID: 1566
  • Minutes: 18
  • Date: 2011
  • Language(s): Spanish
Description: Spanish version. Training for arborists. Shows safety and maintenance methods for working with chain saws, chippers, high lift trucks, and general tree trimming safety.
DVD Format
  • Video ID: 1617
  • Minutes: 4
  • Date: 2011
  • Language(s): English
Description: Many deaths happen when workers breathe in harmful chemicals. Carbon monoxide poisoning is the number one cause of deaths from breathing in harmful chemicals. It is dangerous because people can't smell, see, or taste it, and it can kill within minutes.

*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.
Online
  • Video ID: 1522
  • Minutes: 12
  • Date: 1999
  • Language(s): English
Description: Covers safety topics related to grinding or abrasive wheels. Includes: injury prevention, operating and handling grinders and wheels, equipment maintenance, and wearing appropriate PPE.
DVD Format
  • Video ID: 1190
  • Minutes: 16
  • Date: 2002
  • Language(s): English
Description: Safety training focused on pneumatic and electric hand tools including grinders and routers. Covers: general safety tips; PPE; inspection checklist; tagout; and dangers of the work environment in industry and home. Includes animation and pause points for discussion. Code violation: Open floor by ladder.
VHS FormatDVD Format
  • Video ID: 839
  • Minutes: 21
  • Date: 2000
  • Language(s): English
Description: Catchy b/w intro with seriously injured worker in ambulance. Emphasizes the basic safety principles with direct application to powered hand tools on and off the job. Discusses: Hazards and safety measures; Proper use of PPE; and Tool pre-inspection. Specific tools include saws, drills, pneumatic tools, and powder-actuated tools.
VHS FormatDVD FormatClosed Captioning / Subtitles
  • Video ID: 827
  • Minutes: 17
  • Date: 1999
  • Language(s): English
Description: When OSHA issued its revised rule (1910.178), powered low-lift trucks were included in the new training requirements. Goes over training for operators of walkies and walkie/riders, transporters, pallet trucks and platform trucks. Covers: Characteristics; Load handling; Pedestrian traffic; and PPE.
VHS FormatClosed Captioning / Subtitles
  • Video ID: 1333
  • Minutes: 16
  • Date: 2008
  • Language(s): English
Description: Reviews the basics of personal protective equipment, including employer and employee responsibilities. Addresses PPE for head, eyes, hearing, respiratory, body, hands, and feet. Some discussion on arc flash and eye injuries.
DVD Format
  • Video ID: 1392
  • Minutes: 9
  • Date: 2008
  • Language(s): English
Description: Reviews the basics of personal protective equipment, including employer and employee responsibilities. Addresses PPE for head, eyes, hearing, respiratory, body, hands, and feet.
DVD FormatClosed Captioning / Subtitles
  • Video ID: 1572
  • Minutes: 12
  • Date: 2012
  • Language(s): English
Description: This is a gripping testimonial of having done the right thing. David Dyck tells his powerful, true story of surviving a violent explosion during a routine maintenance procedure. Because of the PPE he was wearing, he is here today to share his moving story. Not only does David remind us of the importance of PPE, his story illustrates how an injury affects family, friends and co-workers. It’s a message that won’t be forgotten.
DVD FormatClosed Captioning / Subtitles
Personal Protective Equipment : Your Defensive Line
  • Video ID: 1361
  • Minutes: 21
  • Date: 2008
  • Language(s): English / Spanish
Description: Describes the various types of personal protective equipment and how to use them properly. Includes PPE for: eyes and face, head, hearing, hands, and feet. Includes facilitator's guide on CD-ROM. Subtitles in English and Spanish.
DVD FormatClosed Captioning / Subtitles
  • Video ID: 1597
  • Minutes: 20
  • Date: 2012
  • Language(s): English
Description: Discusses the proper selection and use of common types of PPE and features some worker testimonials that provide valuable lessons about the importance of wearing PPE. Covers: eye and face protection, hardhats, safety shoes and boots, types of gloves, hearing protection and the various hazards indicated for each type of equipment. Challenge your viewers to find 3 housekeeping issues in this video.
DVD FormatLimited AccessClosed Captioning / Subtitles
  • Video ID: 1598
  • Minutes: 10
  • Date: 2012
  • Language(s): English
Description: Shorter version of #1598. Discusses the proper selection and use of common types of PPE and features some worker testimonials that provide valuable lessons about the importance of wearing PPE. Covers: eye and face protection, hardhats, safety shoes and boots, types of gloves, hearing protection and the various hazards indicated for each type of equipment. Challenge your viewers to find a housekeeping issue in this video.
DVD FormatClosed Captioning / Subtitles
  • Video ID: 1492
  • Minutes: 9
  • Date: 2010
  • Language(s): English
Description: The Food Service Industry experiences the highest number of burns of any employment sector, about 12,000 each year. Intended for all restaurant employees including teen workers. Training includes preventing burn injury from hot grease, steam, hot surfaces, and carbon monoxide. Includes the importance of PPE, first aid and fire extinguishers.
DVD Format
  • Video ID: 735
  • Minutes: 18
  • Date: 1993
  • Language(s): English
Description: VHS only. Covers the five keys to a pro-active attitude toward safety awareness: accidents don't have to happen; safety is an ongoing process; management support is imperative; safety training at all levels; safety committees and job safety analysis essential in spotting potential hazards.
VHS FormatClosed Captioning / Subtitles
  • Video ID: 580
  • Minutes: 15
  • Date: 1994/2008
  • Language(s): English / Spanish
Description: What is a hazard? What is an accident? Underscores the importance of safety and safety training, using PPE, safety habits, and all employees take personal responsibility for safety. Covers: how safety affects workers and their families; shows re-enactments of real-life accidents motivates workers to take precautions; and interviews with workers. Spanish version on DVD only. Also in Portuguese and French.
VHS FormatDVD FormatClosed Captioning / Subtitles
  • Video ID: 932
  • Minutes: 16
  • Date: 2001
  • Language(s): English
Description: Basic information about anthrax, strategies for protecting workers from anthrax exposures, and methods for detecting and responding to a suspicious letter or package. Training for persons who work in a variety of settings, from small mailrooms to large processing and distribution centers. Gives an overview of PPE, engineering controls, and response to suspicious package protocols that employers may consider for mail processing work areas.
VHS Format
A Guide to Safe Rigging Practices & Procedures
  • Video ID: 928
  • Minutes: 32
  • Date: 2001
  • Language(s): English
Description: DVD & VHS. Module 3.Training for the Rigger in how to apply slings and rigging hardware to the load. Gives complete explanation of the terms: vertical load, working load limit, proof load, proof test, ultimate strength and design factor. Describes rigging hardware (shackles, hooks, wire rope slings, nylon slings, chain) and hitch types (Single leg, Vertical, Bridle, Basket, Choker and Double Wraps). Identifies PPE and safe rigging practices.
VHS FormatDVD Format
  • Video ID: 707
  • Minutes: 56
  • Date: 1994
  • Language(s): English
Description: Charlie tells his story. He was an oil refinery worker who was critically injured in an explosion that burned 45% of his body. Those who hear him speak will discard their attitudes of "accidents don't happen to me" and "safety is management's responsibility" and take on personal responsibility for their own safety and the safety of their co-workers. NOTE: Works best on a DVD player. Don't plan to play it on a computer.
VHS FormatDVD Format
  • Video ID: 946
  • Minutes: 22
  • Date: 2000
  • Language(s): English / Spanish
Description: Animated video with both English and Spanish versions. Nano learns safety lessons in a virtual restaurant from Sage. Covers techniques for safe lifting of trays, boxes and other objects. Teen appeal. CC in English version only.
VHS FormatClosed Captioning / Subtitles
  • Video ID: 945
  • Minutes: 22
  • Date: 2000
  • Language(s): English / Spanish
Description: Animated video with both English and Spanish versions. Nano learns safety lessons in a virtual restaurant from Sage. Covers awareness of potential hazards, attention to details; proper footwear; safe lifting tips; hand washing, cleaning up spills, keeping pathways free of obstacles, and safety attitude. Teen appeal. CC in English version only.
VHS FormatClosed Captioning / Subtitles
  • Video ID: 947
  • Minutes: 22
  • Date: 2000
  • Language(s): English / Spanish
Description: Animated video with both English and Spanish versions. Nano learns safety lessons in a virtual restaurant from Sage. Covers security precautions, closing procedures and presents several scenarios to show proper actions to take during robbery. These safety principles also apply in convenience stores or other businesses. Teen appeal. CC in English version only.
VHS FormatClosed Captioning / Subtitles
  • Video ID: 951
  • Minutes: 28
  • Date: 1997
  • Language(s): English
Description: Provides practical advice on correct rigging and handling of unusual loads with mobile construction equipment (hydraulic excavators, wheel loaders, and rubber-tired backhoes, etc.). Includes proper load rigging techniques on the jobsite such as PPE and pre inspection. Shows correct rigging and handling when excavation and earthmoving equipment are used to lift loads safely.
VHS FormatDVD Format
  • Video ID: 1627
  • Minutes: 26
  • Date: 2014
  • Language(s): English
Description: Every year, electrical workers are seriously injured or killed by contacting energized parts or being subjected to an electrical arc flash. To prevent these types of incidents, these workers and the organizations for which they work must understand and follow up-to-date electrical safety-related electrical work practices, maintenance requirements and administrative controls.

One of the leading authorities on electrical safety is the National Fire Protection Association, the NFPA. Their document number 70E is recognized by many regulatory authorities and organizations as the "best practices" for electrical safety.

This 26 minute program provides an overview of the 2015 edition of NFPA 70E and shows how following its guidelines helps keep electrical workers safe. The changes from the 2012 edition are also explained.

Topics include approach boundaries, skills required of qualified electrical workers, selecting arc-rated clothing and protective equipment, arc flash PPE categories, creating an electrically safe working condition, when energized work is permitted and energized electrical work permits.
Limited Access
  • Video ID: 585
  • Minutes: 17
  • Date: 1995
  • Language(s): English
Description: Crane accidents can occur and if they do happen they can be tragic and attributed to operator error and the failure to adhere to safe work procedures. Most accidents stem from: Lack of adequate inspections and checks; Overloading the crane beyond recommended capacities; and Lack of knowledge of critical information by the operator. Covers the five major steps that must be used to insure safe use of overhead cranes: pre-operational check; operational checks; planning the lift; operational rules; and shutdown procedures.
VHS Format
  • 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.
Limited Access
  • Video ID: 1288
  • Minutes: 15
  • Date: 2006
  • Language(s): English
Description: General filler for employee safety orientation awareness. Does not satisfy DOSH safety orientation requirements. Covers a range of topics including safety attitude, housekeeping, accident prevention, PPE, safe work practices and preparing for emergencies. Subtitles. Includes CD with Presenter Guide, Quiz, etc. Disclaimer: This is awareness only and doesn't satisfy DOSH safety orientation requirements.
DVD FormatClosed Captioning / Subtitles
  • Video ID: 1008
  • Minutes: 13
  • Date: 2000
  • Language(s): English
Description: Covers general safety rules, PPE, Electrical safety, emergency action procedures, housekeeping procedures, fire prevention, fire extinguishers (PASS) system, accident reporting and safe lifting. Good for new employee orientation, industrial environment.
VHS Format
  • Video ID: 1113
  • Minutes: 24
  • Date: 2003
  • Language(s): English
Description: Covers 8 topics in 1 to 6 minute segments: Slips, trips and falls, back safety, hazard communication, BBP, Lockout / Tagout, PPE, fire safety and extinguishers, and evacuation.
VHS FormatClosed Captioning / Subtitles
  • Video ID: 1067
  • Minutes: 24
  • Date: 2004
  • Language(s): English / Spanish
Description: Covers 8 topics with 1 to 6 minute segments: Slips and trips, back safety, hazard communication, BBP, Lockout / Tagout, PPE, fire safety and extinguishers, and evacuation.
DVD Format
  • Video ID: 1510
  • Minutes: 70
  • Date: 2011
  • Language(s): Spanish
Description: The newest and most comprehensive video produced covering all aspects of logging and harvesting timber. In 5 parts: Driving & Transportation (5:27); PPE (8:19); Cutting (26:09); Rigging (14:46); and Landing (15:16). Produced by InstructoVision with funding and support provided by the State of Washington, Department of Labor & Industries, Safety & Health Investments Projects [SHIP]. NOTE: Some older footage shows workers without proper PPE. Current requirements are that all workers wear high visibility vests. *Permission is granted to duplicate this video in its entirety only for non-commercial purposes.
DVD Format
  • Video ID: 915
  • Minutes: 38
  • Date: 2000
  • Language(s): English
Description: Three part presentation. Part 1: Preparing to work. Describes work environment and instruction on PPE, respirators, welding, general housekeeping, etc. Part 2: Prevention - Proper handling yourself, products and materials such as load handling, rigging loads, Dog or Pad-Eye, pinch points, etc. Part 3 Potential Environmental & Health Hazards including heat exposure, frostbite, MSDS, noise, hot work, confined space, "near miss" situations, footwear, etc.
VHS FormatDVD Format
Save Your Breath : Silicosis Awareness on the Construction Site
  • Video ID: 1012
  • Minutes: 15
  • Date: 1999
  • Language(s): English
Description: Training for prevention of silicosis among cement masons. Defines silicosis and risk factors. Describes hazardous working conditions, safety procedures, and PPE. Produced by Oregon and SW Washington Cement Masons Apprenticeship Program. Spanish version #1025
VHS FormatDVD Format
  • Video ID: 996
  • Minutes: 12
  • Date: 2001
  • Language(s): English / Spanish
Description: Outlines the common causes of falls in the workplace, ladder and stair safety. Alerts viewers to watch for slippery floor surfaces and shows non skid footwear. Examines fall protection equipment and safety techniques to prevent injury. Use #1016 for 5 minute version. Industrial work environment. Spanish on DVD format only.
VHS FormatDVD FormatClosed Captioning / Subtitles
  • Video ID: 1272
  • Minutes: 10
  • Date: 2005
  • Language(s): English
Description: Small falls like a trip over an unsecured rug or a slip on a slippery substance can result in broken bones, skull fractures and other disabling conditions. Having attended numerous fall injuries as a firefighter and EMT, Martin Lesperance stresses that most fall injuries can be prevented by recognizing and controlling all fall hazards. He speaks to the group in an industrial setting, but the message is the same for any workplace. Topics include the importance of wearing proper footwear, recognizing and controlling slip and trip hazards, transitional areas and changing walking surface conditions, correcting fall hazards, situational awareness and moving from one level to another.
DVD FormatClosed Captioning / Subtitles
Two educational programs
  • Video ID: 1249
  • Minutes: 12
  • Date: 2005
  • Language(s): English
Description: DVD. General version (12 min.) and parent version (15 min). Street racing is a crime in Washington State. Hear the testimonials of actual street racers talk about this mesmerizing pastime. Shows actual street races, law enforcement and what happens when street racing turns deadly.
DVD Format
  • Video ID: 1257
  • Minutes: 17
  • Date: 2005
  • Language(s): English
Description: Stresses the importance of installing Rollover Protective Structures (ROPS), using seat belts, and exercising caution when operating a tractor. Powerful testimony from a farmer's widow. Produced by Great Lakes Center for Agricultural Safety and Health with support from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Can be viewed online.
DVD FormatOnline
  • Video ID: 1560
  • Minutes: 18
  • Date: 2011
  • Language(s): English
Description: Training for arborists. Shows safety and maintenance methods for working with chain saws, chippers, high lift trucks, and general tree trimming safety.
DVD Format
  • Video ID: 1548
  • Minutes: 16
  • Date: 2011
  • Language(s): English
Description: Shows how hot conditions affect the human body, the symptoms of heat-related ailments, how to treat victims of heat stress, and how to avoid problems when working in hot environments indoors and outdoors. Other topics include becoming acclimated to the heat, use of the buddy system, preventing heat stress at indoor facilities and PPE for working in hot environments. Program is filmed mostly in outdoor environments. Short version available #1549.
DVD FormatClosed Captioning / Subtitles
  • Video ID: 1172
  • Minutes: 24
  • Date: 2006
  • Language(s): English
Description: Orientation showing 2 minute overviews and reenactments of accidents on 12 topics: risk assessment; housekeeping; slips, trips & falls; hazardous substances; electrical hazards; work equipment safety; PPE; material handling; fire; confined spaces; and outdoor work. Includes a CD with Leader's Manual and quiz.
DVD Format
  • Video ID: 871
  • Minutes: 15
  • Date: 2001
  • Language(s): English
Description: Describes the different types of valves and associated hazards; importance of risk assessment. Reviews use of PPE and safety measures. Special emphasis on ergonomics; avoiding awkward postures and demonstrating proper lifting techniques. Program footage with scenes on site at a refinery and ships. The content is applicable to any industrial environment utilizing valves and pipes such as water, utilities, or petroleum. Minor CODE VIOLATION: Reaching over and through guardrails.
VHS FormatDVD Format
  • Video ID: 998
  • Minutes: 18
  • Date: 2002
  • Language(s): English
Description: Describes hazards and engineering controls of hotwork. Covers PPE, safe work practices and worksite safety. Reviews inspection and equipment maintenance for arc and oxyfuel welding.
VHS FormatClosed Captioning / Subtitles
  • Video ID: 1308
  • Minutes: 19
  • Date: 2008
  • Language(s): English / Spanish
Description: Describes hazards and engineering controls of hotwork. Covers PPE, safe work practices and worksite safety. Reviews inspection and equipment maintenance for arc and oxyfuel welding. Resource material on DVD-ROM. Includes Portuguese, French and International English versions. Subtitles in English version only.
DVD FormatClosed Captioning / Subtitles
  • Video ID: 12
  • Minutes: 17
  • Date: 1989/1996
  • Language(s): English
Description: Examples of incorrect and correct chemical safety procedures are re-enacted in a wide variety of work settings. Technical terms commonly found on labels and Material Safety Data Sheets are clearly explained with interesting demonstrations. Training topics include reading container labels, understanding MSDS, selection & use of proper PPE, proper storage of chemicals, health effects of exposures, routes of entry, emergency evacuation & warning signs.
VHS FormatDVD Format
  • Video ID: 1286
  • Minutes: 9
  • Date: 2004
  • Language(s): English
Description: Good introduction to safety rules when using power drills, power saws, and battery powered tools. Covers PPE, tool inspection and safety attitude.
DVD Format
  • Video ID: 1570
  • Minutes: 23
  • Date: 2012
  • Language(s): English
Description: Prepare for the unexpected. For business owners and employees, this production shows what can happen when robbers or shoplifing gangs enter a store. Outlines procedures for employers and workers to prevent workplace violence. Several scenerios filmed in a grocery and pharmacy show how to react safely or what can happen if you don't in case of violent crime. Provides a checklist of steps to take while waiting for the police if a robbery occurs.
DVD FormatOnline
A Story of the Sunshine Mine Fire
  • Video ID: 1045
  • Minutes: 69
  • Date: 2007
  • Language(s): English
Description: A detailed documentary of the Sunshine Mine Disaster of 1972. Tells the story of the disaster through the eyes of 27 survivors and honors the memory of the workers whose deaths prompted the passing of the federal Mine Safety and Health Act of 1977. The video explores what happened, what went wrong and lessons learned. Survivors discuss how their lives were changed. Information is applicable for emergency response workers or those potentially exposed to carbon monoxide or working in confined spaces. Chapters: The Early Days; the Fire; The Rescue.
DVD Format
  • Video ID: 1547
  • Minutes: 30
  • Date: 2010
  • Language(s): English / Spanish
Description: Provides a safety orientation for workers in the grain, feed, and grain-processing industry. Covers fires and explosions, confined space and bin entry, lockout/tagout, fall protection, manlifts, safe operation of equipment, ladder safety, electrical, PPE, hazard communication, first aid, emergency action plans and facility security. Comprehensive supplemental material on included CD including pre and post tests in each area. Possible CODE MACHINE SAFETY VIOLATION with unprotected conveyor rollers at 5:30 minutes and 9:01 minutes.
DVD Format