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We found 3 video(s) with either title or description (or both) of Residential Construction.
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  • Video ID: 764
  • Minutes: 11
  • Date: 1998
  • Language(s): English
Description: Provides the information employees need to make correct choices when working at elevations. Covers basic fall hazards, the potential injuries, identifies the conditions and activities likely to result in a fall, fall protection and fall arrest systems, and suitable anchorage points. Applications to residential construction environment.
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Residential Construction
  • Video ID: 1121
  • Minutes: 5
  • Date: 1999
  • Language(s): English
Description: General heat stress program in outdoor residential construction and yard work environments. Key training points: signs of heat stroke, signs of exhaustion, physical fitness, first aid. Emphasizes the importance of early recognition, prevention, and proper treatment. Includes quiz. Spanish version #1122.
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  • Video ID: 1478
  • Minutes: 17
  • Date: 2008
  • Language(s): English / Spanish
Description: Bi-lingual presentation. Awareness training for residential construction employers and workers, especially painters, to show the health threat of lead poisoning on the job to them and their families. Uses a “novella” format for both English and Spanish speakers, without the use of subtitles. Mixing factual information with humor, the video has several key messages. Lead dust is an invisible danger that can transfer easily from a worker/employer to a child; routine blood lead tests for workers/employers at risk and family members at risk are important; containing, controlling and cleaning up lead paint dust are part of a lead-safe painting and construction job. Briefly reviews the danger of ladder falls and safe use of ladders. Lead in construction WAC 296-155-176
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