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We found 26 video(s) with subject of Agricultural Operations & Farming.
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Video ID: 1119 Minutes: 9 Date: 1993 Language(s): English
Description: Heat stress awareness training specific to agriculture and outdoor work environments. Describes hazards, how to prevent overheating, and first response to heat stroke. Spanish version V1120.
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Video ID: 1251 Minutes: 100 Date: 2008 Language(s): English / Spanish
Description: A mini safety library on one DVD! Four L&I produced videos with versions in English and Spanish: "Eye Protection - Protéjase sus Ojos y la Vista"; "Forklift Pedestrian Safety - La Seguridad de Peatones que Trabajan Cerca de Montacargas"; " Stay in the Cage - Permanezca dentro del Armazón Manténgase a Salvo"; and "Silent Killer (CO) - El Asesino Silencioso: Los Riesgos de los Montacargas de Propano". Plus 2 titles in English only: "Back Your Back" and "Chainsaw Leg Protection."
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Video ID: 1168 Minutes: 20 Date: 2006 Language(s): English
Description: This tractor safety program points out real costs of machine-related injuries from rollovers, thrown objects and other hazards. Shows how hazards can be reduced by Roll-Over-Protection-Structure (ROPS) and other design improvements. Includes small equipment: ATVs and front end loaders.
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Video ID: 962 Minutes: 20 Date: 2002 Language(s): English / Spanish
Description: An innovative "no spoken words movie" designed to reach workers of all languages. Shows the day in the life of a harvester beginning with work preparations and ending with loading processed trees for transport. Includes: work clothing, cutting, movement of trees and personnel, processing and loading. DISCLAIMER: In Washington state: Drop starting as seen in the video is prohibited. Riding in truck bed as seen in video is prohibited. High visibility vest is required during helicopter operation.
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Video ID: 220 Minutes: 30 Date: 1990 Language(s): English
Description: DVD. Revised version of the classic film which discusses the hazards that are possible in the grain industries that have "Deadly Dust" potential. Identifies the seven events needed at a precise time to cause a grain dust explosion: Oxygen; Fuel Source (dust); Dust must be fixed or suspended in the air; Minimum concentration of dust is needed; Ignition source; Dry dust; and a confined or closed space where pressure will build up.
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Video ID: 440 Minutes: 22 Date: 1995 Language(s): English
Description: All employees should view DEADLY DUST II video ID#220 before viewing DEADLY DUST III. Features two employees who survived major dust explosions. Shows dramatic scenes of an actual explosion, the devastation, injuries and fatalities from major explosions. Also, shows stop motion demonstrations of how primary and secondary dust explosions occur. Recommended for anyone in the grain storage and processing industry.
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Video ID: 731 Minutes: 20 Date: 1997 Language(s): English
Description: Narrated by Wayne Handley, Ag and Aerobatics pilot. Discusses the problem of spray drifting by ag aviation pilots when they are applying chemical pesticides to crops.
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Video ID: 1447 Minutes: 20/21 Date: 2003 Language(s): Spanish
Description: Introduction to hazards that reviews the following: tractor operation: forklift and PTO safety, protective clothing, eye and ear protection, lifting techniques, workplace injuries, chemical and spraying safety. Also covers pruning and suckering, harvesting and other seasonal labor tasks as well as how to work safely around natural hazards in the vineyard. CODE VIOLATIONS: 1.Employee riding ATVs without helmets. 2. Employee using a chainsaw without leg chaps. 3. Pesticide sign not in compliance with applicable rules. 4. May have respirator violations. Washington rules may be different than the California rules shown.
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Video ID: 747 Minutes: 17 Date: 1996 Language(s): English
Description: For orchard workers not directly involved with pesticide handling, this program covers the basics of the worker protection standard, including the nature and use of pesticides, restricted entry intervals (REI’s), safe work practices to avoid exposure, symptoms of exposure, and what to do in case of exposure. English /Spanish version V0749. *Permission is granted to duplicate this tape in its entirety only for non-commercial purposes.
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Video ID: 1183 Minutes: 24 Date: 2000 Language(s): English
Description: Safety procedures for many types of equipment including tractors, fuel storage, hydraulics equipment and PTOs. Quiz.
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Video ID: 1400 Minutes: 52 Date: 2010 Language(s): English / Spanish
Description: Comprehensive training for farm workers in 10 chapters on DVD with quizzes and extras accessible by computer. Chapters include: What is a farm tractor? (5:30) Tractor startup procedures (4:59) Basic Operation (8:53) Hitching and hydraulic lines operation (2:20) Power take off - PTO (4:10) Accidents (8:27) Children and tractors (3:13 Heat related illness & fatigue (8:53) Harvest celebration (6:45) Funding and support provided by the State of Washington, Dept of Labor and Industries, Safety and Health Investment Projects
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Video ID: 1541 Minutes: 14 Date: 2011 Language(s): English
Description: Focus is on preventing grain bin accidents. Gives tips for preventing entrapment. Includes interviews with professionals in the fields on grain bin safety research and rescue. Includes long (14) and short versions (6 min).
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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.
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Video ID: 1498 Minutes: 19 Date: 2006 Language(s): English / Spanish
Description: Produced for workers on small family farms, this program illustrates the importance of following safe practices for storing, mixing, applying, and disposing of pesticides. Covers: how to read the pesticide label, how to use personal protective equipment, and what to do in case of pesticide-related emergencies. NOTE: WSDA regulation. Flagging during a pesticide application is no longer allowed in Washington State.
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Video ID: 748 Minutes: 20 Date: 1996 Language(s): Spanish
Description: For orchard workers not directly involved with pesticide handling, this program covers the basics of the worker protection standard, including the nature and use of pesticides, restricted entry intervals (REI’s), safe work practices to avoid exposure, symptoms of exposure, and what to do in case of exposure. English version V0747. *Permission is granted to duplicate this tape in its entirety only for non-commercial purposes.
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Video ID: 1446 Minutes: 21/23 Date: 2004 Language(s): English
Description: Reviews the following: tractor operation: forklift and PTO safety, protective clothing, eye and ear protection, lifting techniques, workplace injuries, chemical and spraying safety. Also covers pruning and suckering, harvesting and other seasonal labor tasks as well as how to work safely around natural hazards in the vineyard. CODE VIOLATIONS: 1.Employee riding ATVs without helmets. Employee using a chainsaw with Chaps. Pesticide sign not in compliance with applicable rules. May have respirator violations.
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Video ID: 1448 Minutes: 21 Date: 2003/2004 Language(s): English
Description: For new employees orientation. Provides an overview of some of the most important winery safety topics including: confined space procedures, respirators, eye and ear protection, chemical safety, electrical safety (including lock-out/tag out), bottling line safety precautions, safe behavior in forklift areas, ladders and lifting, evacuation procedures for fires and earthquakes. CODE VIOLATIONS: Employee exposed to a turning auger when he opens the conveyor. Driver not wearing seatbelt. Wine taster pours back win into the barrel after tasting it.
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Video ID: 1120 Minutes: 8 Date: 1993 Language(s): Spanish
Description: Heat stress awareness training specific to agriculture and outdoor work environments. Describes hazards, how to prevent overheating, and first response to heat stroke. English version V1119.
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Video ID: 1449 Minutes: 21 Date: 2003 Language(s): Spanish
Description: For new employee orientation or awareness level training. Provides an overview of some of the most important winery safety topics including: confined space procedures, respirators, eye and ear protection, chemical safety, electrical safety (including lock-out/tag out, bottling line safety precautions, safe behavior in forklift areas, ladders and lifting, evacuation procedures for fires and earthquakes. Spanish language translation includes the narration, segments with English speakers, and on-screen titles. CODE VIOLATIONS: Employee exposed to a turning auger when he opens the conveyor. Driver not wearing seatbelt. Wine taster pours back win into the barrel after tasting it.
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Video ID: 309 Minutes: 16 Date: 1993 Language(s): Spanish
Description: Covers the equipment used in harvesting apples. Details tractor/trailer and forklift operation, unloading bins, general orchard safety, proper lifting techniques and ladder safety.
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Video ID: 746 Minutes: 10 Date: 1993 Language(s): Spanish
Description: For fruit packing employees. Covers health and safety measures to reduce the number of on-the-job accidents, injuries, and reduce time lost from work. English version V0745.
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Video ID: 1316 Minutes: 16 Date: 2008 Language(s): English / Spanish
Description: A bilingual video showing several scenarios involving agricultural workers taking safety shortcuts resulting in injuries. The scenario is then replayed showing the safe way. Subtitles are Spanish when English is spoken and vice versa. Promotes a safety attitude for following safety procedures. Applicable to all types of farms.
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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.
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Video ID: 1294 Minutes: 18 Date: 2008 Language(s): English / Spanish
Description: Training for the safe use of 3-legged orchard ladders. Describes how to quickly inspect for damage; shows how to set up properly; ascend and descend safely; and what unsafe practices to avoid. Explains the type of injuries that can occur in a fall from a ladder. Using tripod ladders unsafely can cause serious injury can put orchard workers out of work for a season or forever! Permission is granted to duplicate the program in its entirety for non-commercial purposes.
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Video ID: 801 Minutes: 16 Date: 1998 Language(s): English / Spanish
Description: Alerts agriculture workers to the hazards of injury from repetitive tasks. Focuses on stretching exercises for hand, wrist, arm, shoulder, neck and legs to improve flexibility. Gives solutions to minimize stress and strain on various body parts. Demonstrates correct work practices. Spanish version on DVD only.
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Video ID: 745 Minutes: 10 Date: 1993 Language(s): English / Spanish
Description: DVD has both English & Spanish versions. For fruit packing employees. Covers health and safety measures to reduce the number of on-the-job accidents, injuries, and reduce time lost from work. Note: Poor technical quality; very dark.
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