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We found 7 video(s) with subject of Process Safety Management.
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Video ID: 1465 Minutes: 20 Date: 2008 Language(s): English
Description: Introduction to the basics of ammonia safety and refrigeration. Contains clips and photos that teach the hazards of ammonia depicted by a character named SAL, and ways to escape injury when SAL is released due to mismanagement. SAL is followed by LANCE, our super-hero who knows exactly how to manage SAL. LANCE explains how to size up and deal with an ammonia release during the discovery phase of an emergency event.
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Video ID: 1470 Minutes: 166 Date: 2010 Language(s): English
Description: Ten videos documenting chemical accidents. 1. No escape: dangers of confined spaces, 13:54. 2. Dangers of hot work (hotwork), 13:54 3. No place to hang out: the danger of oil sites, 11:41 4. Inferno: dust explosion at Imperial Sugar, 9:30 5. Runaway: explosion at T2 Laboratories, 9:30 6. Combustible dust : an insidious hazard, 29:07 7. Emergency preparedness, 20:39 8. Half an hour to tragedy, 22:56 9. Blast wave in Danvers, 19:35 10. About the CSB, 14:16.
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Video ID: 1482 Minutes: 21 Date: 2010 Language(s): English / Spanish
Description: Emphasizes the importance of proper planning and preparation for a line breaking operation. Describes types of line breaks. Outlines job planning, systems preparations and lockout/isolation. Also in Portuguese. Training points (a stand-alone, PowerPoint-type presentation highlighting major program content) and Resource materials for DVD-ROM (a leader's guide and a PowerPoint presentation similar in content to the Training points); access to the DVD-ROM portion requires a DVD-ROM drive.
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Video ID: 432 Minutes: 16 Date: 1994 Language(s): English
Description: VHS only. For DVD order #1482. Every day lines and equipment must be opened for different reasons. Safely managing the materials flowing through that pipeline system is the focus of this program. Covers: Line and equipment opening; establishing an effective safety program; Lockout/Tagout; line breaking procedures/post procedures; and emergency response. Code Violation: Shows workers removing asbestos containing materials. DOSH standards require workers be asbestos certified. DOSH standards don't mention "LEO" procedures, but are covered under lockout/tagout.
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Video ID: 1480 Minutes: 20 Date: 1992 Language(s): English
Description: For the purposes of the Process Safety Management (PSM) of Highly Hazardous Chemicals (HHC) standard, OSHA defines a process as any activity or combination of activities that includes any use, storage, manufacture, handling or on-site movement of HHCs. Overview of the 14 elements of PSM including: Employee participation and training, process safety information, process hazards analysis, managing change, pre-start up safety review, operating procedures, hot work permits, incident investigation, mechanical integrity, emergency planning and response, and contractor responsibilities. Includes Facilitator Guide on CD.
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Video ID: 1469 Minutes: 210 Date: 2010 Language(s): English
Description: Presents 14 videos describing investigations of chemical accidents by the U.S. Chemical Safety Board. 1. Death in the oilfield, 8:40 2. Fire from ice, propane release in Valero oil field, 13:21 3. Static sparks explosion in Kansas, 10:50 4. Emergency in Apex, 16:47 5. Anatomy of a disaster, explosion at BP, Texas City refinery, 55:21 6. Reactive hazards, uncontrolled chemical reactions, 20:20 7. Public worker safety, EVACO wastewater treatment plant explosion 1-11-2006, 7:49 8. Explosion and fire at Formosa Plastics (Illinois), 4-23-2004, 10:49 9. Hazards of nitrogen asphyxiation Valero Refinery, Delaware City, DE, 11-5-2005, 12:05 10. Fire and explosions at Formosa Plastics (Texas), 8:34 11. Dangers of propylene cylinders, 8:26 12. Ethylene oxide explosion at Sterigenics, 8-19-2004, Ontario, CA, 9:25 13. Dangers of flammable gas accumulation, ASCO Acetylene Plant, 1-25-2005, 6:41 14. Preventing harm from NaHS (sodium hydrosulfide), 6:43. This disk includes all videos released from the Chemical Safety Board between December 2005 and July 2008.
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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.
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