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We found 3 video(s) with either title or description (or both) of Safe Workplace.
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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: 1339
  • Minutes: 27
  • Date: 2009
  • Language(s): English
Description: Using actual flying footage and photographs, Jeff "Odie" Espenship relates the skills of a fighter pilot to safe workplace practices. This DVD focuses on 3 primary leading indicators -- short cuts, snap decisions, and complacency (the silent killer). Odie considers each of your employees as fighter pilots. It's the little things that hurt us or kill us. His riveting accounts and personal stories of allowing the little things to slip by eventually catch up to us. It’s fairly well accepted that injury patterns are not good predictors of fatalities, but near misses like "leading indicators" are.
DVD FormatClosed Captioning / Subtitles
  • Video ID: 1611
  • Minutes: 3
  • Date: 2011
  • Language(s): English
Description: This video shows how quickly struck-by accidents at construction sites can lead to worker deaths. Employers have a responsibility to provide a safe workplace and required protective equipment. Taking the right protective steps saves lives.

*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.

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