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We found 7 video(s) with either title or description (or both) of carbon monoxide.
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  • Video ID: 177
  • Minutes: 13
  • Date: 1991
  • Language(s): English
Description: Explores some of the safety hazards of working in sewers, pipes, wet wells, manholes and other enclosed spaces and provides important safety guidelines for workplace preparation and testing. The health effects and physical characteristics of toxic gases including carbon monoxide, hydrogen sulfide, and methane are examined. Presented in the style of a news documentary, this program illustrates health and safety hazards of confined spaces in underground operations.
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  • Video ID: 1254
  • Minutes: 65
  • Date: 2008
  • Language(s): English / Spanish
Description: Three L&I titles on one DVD in English and Spanish! Forklift Pedestrian Safety / Permanezca dentro del Armazón Manténgase a Salvo (10 & 12 min), Stay in the Cage / Permanezca dentro del Armazón Manténgase a Salvo (7 & 8 min.) and The Silent Killer / El Asesino Silencioso: Los Riesgos de los Montacargas de Propano (13 min). To view online, select by title.
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  • 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.

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  • 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.
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Carbon Monoxide
  • Video ID: 1223
  • Minutes: 13
  • Date: 2007
  • Language(s): English
Description: Describes the symptoms of carbon monoxide poisoning and how to prevent exposure. For Spanish versions see V1225 or V1251.
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Carbon Monoxide / Monóxido de carbono
  • Video ID: 1225
  • Minutes: 13
  • Date: 2007
  • Language(s): English / Spanish
Description: DVD. Describes the symptoms of carbon monoxide poisoning and how to prevent exposure. May be duplicated.
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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.
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