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Video ID: 1070 Minutes: 15 Date: 2002 Language(s): English
Description: Shows how to properly select and use personal fall arrest systems so they can work safely above ground. Topics include: forces involved in falls, components of a fall arrest system, inspection of the equipment, calculating fall distance, selection of an appropriate connecting device and the importance of choosing a legal tie-off point. Quiz. For Spanish, use V1199.
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Video ID: 1393 Minutes: 8 Date: 2002 Language(s): English
Description: Shows how to properly select and use personal fall arrest systems so they can work safely above ground. Topics include: forces involved in falls, components of a fall arrest system, inspection of the equipment, calculating fall distance, selection of an appropriate connecting device and the importance of choosing a legal tie-off point. Quiz.
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Video ID: 1199 Minutes: 15 Date: 2004 Language(s): English / Spanish
Description: This premium DVD has 4 versions with subtitles; a long (15 min) and short version (9 min) each in English and Spanish. Shows how to properly select and use personal fall arrest systems so they can work safely above ground. Topics include: forces involved in falls, components of a fall arrest system, inspection of the equipment, calculating fall distance, selection of an appropriate connecting device and the importance of choosing a legal tie-off point.
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Video ID: 1030 Minutes: 12 Date: 2003 Language(s): English
Description: Covers the topics associated with sandblasting and other abrasive blasting including PPE, equipment setup and inspection, safe operating procedures, job site conditions, and bystander safety. NOTE: The paper dust mask shown in this video is not approved for protection against any workplace contaminants.
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Video ID: 1061 Minutes: 20 Date: 2003 Language(s): English
Description: Hear the keynote speech by Martin Lesperance given at the 2003 Governor's Safety & Health Conference in Seattle! A 20 year veteran firefighter and paramedic, Lesperance speaks passionately from the emergency medic's point of view on life changing accidents that didn't have to happen. Some of the tragic accidents that didn't have to happen: a paralyzing fall off a ladder, electrocution, head injury and other construction fatalities.
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Video ID: 1279 Minutes: 20 Date: 2003 Language(s): English / Spanish
Description: Premium DVD has 20 minute and 11 minute versions in English and Spanish. Hear the keynote speech by Martin Lesperance given at the 2003 Governor's Safety & Health Conference in Seattle! A 20 year veteran firefighter and paramedic, Lesperance speaks passionately from the emergency medic's point of view on life changing accidents that didn't have to happen. Some of the tragic accidents that didn't have to happen: a paralyzing fall off a ladder, electrocution, head injury and other construction fatalities.
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Video ID: 906 Minutes: 11 Date: 1995 Language(s): English
Description: Stresses the responsibility of safety for using PPE. Covers head protection, hearing conservation, eye protection, respiratory protection, hand protection, fall protection and life jackets at the construction site.
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Video ID: 904 Minutes: 10 Date: 1996 Language(s): English / Spanish
Description: Covers lifting principles, walk around inspection points, electricity, controls, and what should be covered in training of specific boom lifts. DVD has subtitles. DVD also has resource material accessible only on computer. Spanish version on DVD onl.
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Video ID: 1614 Minutes: Date: Language(s): English
Description: Falls are the number one cause of fatalities for construction workers. These falls happen in a split second while workers are on roofs, scaffolds, ladders, bridges, and other work surfaces, deaths can be prevented.

*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.

*Links to non-L&I websites are provided as a courtesy to customers when L&I considers that external Web content to be useful and valuable to the public. However, we cannot vouch for, or take responsibility for, information contained on websites not administered by the Washington State Department of Labor & Industries. References in this website, or links from this website to any specific commercial products, processes, or services, or the use of any trade, firm, or corporation name is for the information and convenience of visitors to this site, and doesn't constitute endorsement, recommendation, or favoring by the Washington State Department of Labor & Industries, or its officers, employees or agents.
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Video ID: 434 Minutes: 18 Date: 1994 Language(s): English
Description: VHS only. For DVD order #1261. Details proper trenching procedures and describes soil types. Seattle footage. Covers: evaluating an excavation site; effective worker protection systems; general safety practices; and emergency response. In Washington state, trench protection is required in any excavation 4’or more deep. WAC 296-155-657 Requirements for protective systems.
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Video ID: 1479 Minutes: 26 Date: 2008 Language(s): English
Description: A quick action video, clearly showing do's and don'ts. Intended to introduce the worker to common jobsite safety requirements and practices. Covers a brief look at: OSHA, fall protection, electrical, ladders, scaffolds, mobile equipment, personal protective equipment, housekeeping and additional OSHA standards. NOTE DOSH differs with some OSHA requirements. At 3:43 min in program a worker is tied off to rebar improperly. Video says it is OK, it is NOT CORRECT.
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Video ID: 155 Minutes: 27 Date: 1992 Language(s): English
Description: DVD format with subtitles available. Opens with an OSHA inspector showing up at a job site. Defines the role and responsibilities of the "competent person"; Simple explanations of the new soil classifications system; Field tests for determining soil types, including a pocket penetrometer; and Preparing for an OSHA inspection.
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Video ID: 1025 Minutes: 15 Date: 1999 Language(s): Spanish
Description: Demonstrates to employees the importance of reporting close call incidents correcting hazards, unsafe conditions, emergency response, controlling emotions, and avoiding complacency in safety procedures. Industrial work environment. English version is #1012.
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Video ID: 1140 Minutes: 17 Date: 2004 Language(s): English / Spanish
Description: Training to inform employees about the hazards that may be present on multi-employer worksites and steps to reduce the risk of injury. Brief orientation to slips, trips and falls; fire safety; personal protective equipment; confined space entry; trenching and shoring; lockout/tagout; hotwork; chemical process safety; and working with hazardous chemicals. DVD has PowerPoint and leader's guide accessible on computer. Spanish version on DVD only.
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Video ID: 1561 Minutes: 14 Date: 2011 Language(s): English / Spanish
Description: Training for the signal person and crane operator. Covers signal persons role, best work practices, standard hand signals. There are 2 versions in each language to chose from: showing the video, and showing the video with interactive questions. Subtitles in both languages. Comes with additional support material on a CD which includes leader's guide, training booklets, and quiz.
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Video ID: 1363 Minutes: 16 Date: 2009 Language(s): English / Spanish
Description: Filmed in multiple settings including construction sites, building maintenance, and areas where power lines, roads and traffic may present a hazard. Covers: Pre-operation set-up and inspection; planning a lift; load chart interpretation; safe and efficient operating techniques. Includes facilitator's guide on CD-ROM. Subtitles in English and Spanish.
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Video ID: 1202 Minutes: 91 Date: 1994 Language(s): English / Spanish
Description: DVD. Videos are: Safety on Trial (35 min); Staying a Step Ahead (18 min); Taking Charge of Claims for Your Business (14 min); Making Claims Work (12 min.); and Que debe de saber de su reclamo (12 min.)
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Video ID: 1124 Minutes: 11 Date: 2006 Language(s): English / Spanish
Description: Promotes safe ladder procedures. After hearing testimonials of surviving workers and families of victims injured in falls, this program will motivate employees to follow the safety points emphasized. Construction work environment, but basic ladder inspection and maintenance is applicable to any ladder use. English and Spanish versions on this DVD.
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Video ID: 1489 Minutes: 13 Date: 2001 Language(s): English
Description: Shows safe operation practices of semi-trailer and single body trucks. Covers: Pre-operations inspection checklist, causes of accidents, loading and unloading, load distribution and surging information. In Washington state, in addition to the back-up alarm, dump-truck drivers must have either an observer signaling when it is safe to back up or a device such as a video camera that provides the driver with a full view of the area behind the dump truck.
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Video ID: 1463 Minutes: 26 Date: 2008 Language(s): English
Description: Shows field-level employees how to recognize and promote safe electrical practices in and around the construction site. It addresses site-specific hazards and controls and provides real-world solutions. Includes equipment, materials, electrical energy, arc flash, temporary wiring, electrical cords, power tools and portable generators.
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Video ID: 1610 Minutes: 1 Date: 2014 Language(s): English
Description: Visit the Eye on Safety page to view hazard awareness videos and see how to prevent injuries and illnesses in your workplace. These videos are online only.

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Video ID: 1460 Minutes: 14 Date: 2009 Language(s): English
Description: Eye injuries can easily happen to any worker, but most injuries can be prevented. Topics covered: diagram of the eye, eyestrain, wearing contact lenses at work, physical and radiation hazards, personal protective equipment, and eye injuries. NOTES: Video shows an employee flushing eyes with a garden hose. Use of eyewash station, if available, is more appropriate. Comes with Presenter guide and resources on CD. CODE VIOLATION: In the eye injuries section, the miter saw guard does not fall back into the safe position. Includes CD with Presenter Guide, Quiz, etc
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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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Video ID: 1228 Minutes: 12 Date: 2007 Language(s): English / Spanish
Description: Describes and illustrates fall protection rules specific to Washington State.
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Video ID: 1456 Minutes: 15 Date: 2009 Language(s): English
Description: DVD. Employee training in basic first aid to limit the severity of any type of injury until help arrives. Topics covered: eye injuries, cuts & burns, strains & breaks, heat illness, choking, and heat emergencies. NOTE: Video shows an employee flushing eyes with a garden hose. Use of eyewash station, if available, is more appropriate.
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Video ID: 1619 Minutes: Date: Language(s): English
Description: This video shows how quickly falls at construction sites can lead to workers' deaths. Falls cause one of every three construction worker deaths. These falls happen in a split second while workers are on roofs, scaffolds, ladders, bridges, and other work surfaces. But these deaths can be prevented.

*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.

*Links to non-L&I websites are provided as a courtesy to customers when L&I considers that external Web content to be useful and valuable to the public. However, we cannot vouch for, or take responsibility for, information contained on websites not administered by the Washington State Department of Labor & Industries. References in this website, or links from this website to any specific commercial products, processes, or services, or the use of any trade, firm, or corporation name is for the information and convenience of visitors to this site, and doesn't constitute endorsement, recommendation, or favoring by the Washington State Department of Labor & Industries, or its officers, employees or agents.
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Video ID: 1616 Minutes: Date: Language(s): English
Description: Falls are the number one cause of fatalities in construction. Falls cause one of every three construction worker deaths. These falls happen in a split second while workers are on roofs, scaffolds, ladders, bridges, and other work surfaces. But these deaths can be prevented.

*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.

*Links to non-L&I websites are provided as a courtesy to customers when L&I considers that external Web content to be useful and valuable to the public. However, we cannot vouch for, or take responsibility for, information contained on websites not administered by the Washington State Department of Labor & Industries. References in this website, or links from this website to any specific commercial products, processes, or services, or the use of any trade, firm, or corporation name is for the information and convenience of visitors to this site, and doesn't constitute endorsement, recommendation, or favoring by the Washington State Department of Labor & Industries, or its officers, employees or agents.
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Video ID: 838 Minutes: 8 Date: 2000 Language(s): English
Description: Digging safely requires knowledge of precautions and advance notice requirements. Lists a variety of additional materials made available by Washington State to promote worker and utility safety. Potential safety hazards to excavation work such as fiber optic cables, gas and telephone lines, are dramatized with safe procedures demonstrated. *Permission is granted to duplicate this tape in its entirety only for non-commercial purposes.
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Video ID: 454 Minutes: 7 Date: 1995 Language(s): English
Description: Describes requirements for protective helmets and shows various work environments and the helmet styles required for each. Compares ANSI designations of Class A, Class B, and Class C helmets. Covers the selection and maintenance of helmets for optimum protection. Safety Watch Series.
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Video ID: 569 Minutes: 21 Date: 1994 Language(s): English
Description: VHS only. For DVD order #1409. Topics covered: OSHA 1910.135, head hazards; classes of hard hats, and hard hat care and maintenance. Tells true stories of accidents involving head injuries.
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Video ID: 1409 Minutes: 20 Date: 2006 Language(s): English / Spanish
Description: Identifies construction site hazards and shows preventive procedures that protect against head injuries. Tells true stories of accidents involving head injuries. Includes customizable Power-Point presentation and printable leader's guide. Also in Portuguese. Subtitles in English only.
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Video ID: 895 Minutes: 15 Date: 2001 Language(s): English
Description: Focus is hearing protection in road construction. Extensive supplemental materials including tests and Power Point presentation on CD-ROM. The training materials target mid career construction and trades workers who already have mild to moderate hearing loss and are trying to manage their exposure to prevent further hearing loss. Noise exposure control strategies, earplug selection and hearing aid use in noise hazardous areas are some of the topics are presented in these course materials. Produced by the Oregon Department of Transportation in cooperation with Oregon Occupational Safety & Health Division
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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: 1475 Minutes: 8 Date: 1999 Language(s): English
Description: Short version for alternate or refresher training. This reenactment opens with an attendant frantically trying to contact two maintenance mechanics who are working in the tank below. An explosion has occurred and communication has been lost with the entrants. Explains the requirements of a confined space entry system. WARNING: This training DVD has a permit required confined space fatality, rescue and body retrieval reenactment. It contains film footage that illustrates serious violations of WAC 296-809 Confined Space. See WAC 296-809 Confined Space rules for more information. May be too graphic for some audiences.
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Video ID: 669 Minutes: 19 Date: 1997 Language(s): English
Description: The 10 accidents shown in this video graphically demonstrate shortcuts and other common safety mistakes leading to death and injuries. Covers: ladder safety, improper use of forklifts, housekeeping, aerial lifts, harnesses and shock absorbing lanyards, proper footwear, recognizing hazards, friction, momentum and gravity, training and authorization, and attitudes. Warning! May be too graphic for some audiences. Spanish version is V0777
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Video ID: 1362 Minutes: 13 Date: 2003 Language(s): English
Description: Types of hoists featured include: hand operated; air or electric powered wire rope; electric chain operated; and vacuum powered. Training topics: hoists and slings types and their proper uses, factors to consider when choosing a hoist or sling; inspection procedures; best safety practices; load handling; safe use, care and storage. Includes facilitator's guide on CD-ROM. Subtitles.
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Video ID: 1601 Minutes: 61 Date: 2013 Language(s): English
Description: The “Hazard Orientation & Labor Education (H.O.L.E.)project provides a video with cutting-edge training and orientation for all workers in all trades regarding the hazards of tunneling and underground construction. It provides a new level of consistency between actual practices and advancements in the industry. The video consists of an emphasis on worker training (52 min) and a visitor orientation (9 min). It is divided into segments to be used both on site and in a classroom setting. A Safety & Health Investment Project (SHIP) produced by Associated General Contractors of Washington.
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Video ID: 1422 Minutes: 16 Date: 1996 Language(s): English
Description: Discusses the problems and hazards in excavation and trenching operations. Presents techniques for improving worker safety, such as shielding, shoring and underpinning. Uses real jobsite conditions to illustrate how to work safely in and around excavations and trenches. CODE VIOLATION: In Washington state, trench protection is required in any excavation 4 feet or more deep. WAC 296-155-657 Requirements for protective systems. This program states the OSHA rule which is less stringent than the state of Washington.
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Video ID: 1098 Minutes: 15 Date: 2005 Language(s): English
Description: Program covers: Ladder selection, proper-up, safe use, care and maintenance for fixed ladders and mobile ladder stands. Filmed in a variety of work environments inside (industrial) and outdoors (utility, construction, landscape). Has leaders' guide and quiz on CD.
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Video ID: 1301 Minutes: 16 Date: 2005 Language(s): English / Spanish
Description: Program covers: Ladder selection, proper-up, safe use, care and maintenance for fixed ladders and mobile ladder stands. Filmed in a variety of work environments inside (industrial) and outdoors (utility, construction, landscape). Subtitles in English and Spanish. Has leaders' guide and quiz on CD.
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Video ID: 1457 Minutes: 13 Date: 2009 Language(s): English
Description: DVD. Covers the basics of ladders: Ladder selection, inspection before use, setting up and moving, climbing on ladders, and preventing ladder accidents. Includes CD with Presenter Guide, Quiz, etc. NOTE: Ladder repair must meet construction specifications.
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Video ID: 1618 Minutes: Date: Language(s): English
Description: This video shows how overexertion at construction sites can lead to worker injuries. Injuries happen when the human body is forced to work beyond its limits. Lifting, pulling, pushing, reaching, bending, and other common construction activities can cause these injuries. The pain resulting from these injuries can last a lifetime and affect construction workers' lives at work and at home. But these injuries can be prevented.

*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.

*Links to non-L&I websites are provided as a courtesy to customers when L&I considers that external Web content to be useful and valuable to the public. However, we cannot vouch for, or take responsibility for, information contained on websites not administered by the Washington State Department of Labor & Industries. References in this website, or links from this website to any specific commercial products, processes, or services, or the use of any trade, firm, or corporation name is for the information and convenience of visitors to this site, and doesn't constitute endorsement, recommendation, or favoring by the Washington State Department of Labor & Industries, or its officers, employees or agents.
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Video ID: 214 Minutes: 10 Date: 1993 Language(s): English
Description: Filmed in multiple industrial and construction locations. Training for workers on: potential hazards of lead, and how it enters the body. Describes the requirements for regulated areas, engineering controls, and personal protective equipment. For all employees exposed to lead on-the-job...manufacturing, chemical, petroleum, maintenance, utilities, and construction industries.
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Video ID: 1198 Minutes: 26 Date: 1993 Language(s): English
Description: An older video and dated, but still good content. In 5 segments covers: compliance programs, lead hazards, health effects, exposure assessment, control measures, OSHA (not DOSH) requirements, recordkeeping requirements, and safety program evaluation.
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Video ID: 1450 Minutes: 18 Date: 2006 Language(s): English / Spanish
Description: A look at the OSHA standard for lead safety in construction work. It examines the two most common ways lead can enter the body, its symptoms, and its effects. Covers: Inhalation and ingestion, health risks, Blood lead level (BLL), Action level vs. permissible exposure limit (PEL), Engineering, work practice and administrative controls, and Work management practices. DVD-Rom(needs computer for access) has leaders' guide, PowerPoint presentation, and answers to quiz.
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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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Video ID: 1613 Minutes: Date: Language(s): English
Description: Falls happen in a split second while workers are on roofs, scaffolds, ladders, bridges, and other work surfaces. But these deaths can be prevented.

*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.

*Links to non-L&I websites are provided as a courtesy to customers when L&I considers that external Web content to be useful and valuable to the public. However, we cannot vouch for, or take responsibility for, information contained on websites not administered by the Washington State Department of Labor & Industries. References in this website, or links from this website to any specific commercial products, processes, or services, or the use of any trade, firm, or corporation name is for the information and convenience of visitors to this site, and doesn't constitute endorsement, recommendation, or favoring by the Washington State Department of Labor & Industries, or its officers, employees or agents.

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Video ID: 907 Minutes: 14 Date: 1992 Language(s): English
Description: DVD available, please specify format. Discusses general safety precautions for working with power tools. Covers the circular saw, radial arm saw, table saw, portable drill, portable sanders, bench grinder, angle grinder, and reciprocating saw. Construction site environment.
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Video ID: 1462 Minutes: 24 Date: 2008 Language(s): English
Description: Training to prevent employees' injuries by ensuring proper pre-planning and implementation of engineering and administrative controls prior to donning PPE. It offers procedures of our choice and use of proper PPE during construction. Includes the latest ANSI guidelines and highlights latest available equipment and best practices for use. Includes eye protection, hearing protection, head protection, respirators, hand protection, high visibility work wear, foot protection and fall protection. NOTE: Employees must be protected from falls of 4' or more regardless of how close they are to an open side.
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Video ID: 1259 Minutes: 14 Date: 2007 Language(s): English / Spanish
Description: Promotes safe work practices for contractors and workers who handle fiberglass, rock and slag wool insulation products. Lively format uses two insulation installers, fresh off the basketball court. Endorsed by OSHA.
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Video ID: 1285 Minutes: 6 Date: 2001 Language(s): English
Description: Good introduction to safe work practices essential for preventing injuries when using pneumatic tools. Includes PE, tool inspection, connecting and disconnecting tool to air line, compressed air and other safe work practices. Possible basis for further discussion.
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Video ID: 1617 Minutes: Date: 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.

*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.

*Links to non-L&I websites are provided as a courtesy to customers when L&I considers that external Web content to be useful and valuable to the public. However, we cannot vouch for, or take responsibility for, information contained on websites not administered by the Washington State Department of Labor & Industries. References in this website, or links from this website to any specific commercial products, processes, or services, or the use of any trade, firm, or corporation name is for the information and convenience of visitors to this site, and doesn't constitute endorsement, recommendation, or favoring by the Washington State Department of Labor & Industries, or its officers, employees or agents.
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Video ID: 1461 Minutes: 22 Date: 2008 Language(s): English
Description: Describes the safe use of common hand and power tools, including electrical, pneumatic, gasoline, powder activated, hand, rechargable battery operated, and hydraulic tools.
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Video ID: 839 Minutes: 21 Date: 2000 Language(s): English
Description: Catchy b/w intro with seriously injured worker in ambulance. Emphasizes the basic safety principles with direct application to powered hand tools on and off the job. Discusses: Hazards and safety measures; Proper use of PPE; and Tool pre-inspection. Specific tools include saws, drills, pneumatic tools, and powder-actuated tools.
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Video ID: 1612 Minutes: 3 Date: 2011 Language(s): English
Description: Construction workers seek medical attention due to sprains and strains suffered on the job. Lifting, pulling, pushing, reaching, bending, and other common construction activities can cause these injuries.

*Links to non-L&I websites are provided as a courtesy to customers when L&I considers that external Web content to be useful and valuable to the public. However, we cannot vouch for, or take responsibility for, information contained on websites not administered by the Washington State Department of Labor & Industries. References in this website, or links from this website to any specific commercial products, processes, or services, or the use of any trade, firm, or corporation name is for the information and convenience of visitors to this site, and doesn't constitute endorsement, recommendation, or favoring by the Washington State Department of Labor & Industries, or its officers, employees or agents.
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Video ID: 953 Minutes: 26 Date: 1999 Language(s): English
Description: For steel workers. Shows unloading, sorting and making the lifts. Covers various hitches, hooks and their load limits. Effectively demonstrates the dangers of shortcutting safety procedures.
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Video ID: 951 Minutes: 28 Date: 1997 Language(s): English
Description: Provides practical advice on correct rigging and handling of unusual loads with mobile construction equipment (hydraulic excavators, wheel loaders, and rubber-tired backhoes, etc.). Includes proper load rigging techniques on the jobsite such as PPE and pre inspection. Shows correct rigging and handling when excavation and earthmoving equipment are used to lift loads safely.
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Video ID: 952 Minutes: 23 Date: 1998 Language(s): English
Description: Specific to the training of the rigger working with the crane operator. Rigging techniques using one and two parts of line. Lists the responsibilities of the rigger, estimating load weights, center of gravity; techniques for odd shaped loads, and referencing load charts.
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Video ID: 1464 Minutes: 26 Date: 2008 Language(s): English
Description: Provides practical guidance ensuring employee (and public) safety during demolition and renovation operations (non-structural work). It addresses high-frequency/exposure hazards, and includes information on controlling moisture and dust hazards. Emphasis is placed on doing an engineering survey of the structure and subsequent procedures taken to maintain the integrity of the structure for workers to begin selective demolition. NOTE: In Washington State fall protection is required at heights of 5’ or above.
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Video ID: 485 Minutes: 35 Date: 1994 Language(s): English
Description: Drama to emphasize the Stute Decision. Developed to assist project superintendents and project managers in the difficult tasks of establishing work rules to prevent violations of safety and health regulations and to communicate these rules to their employees. Assists the general contractor on multiemployer worksites to better understand their roles and responsibilities toward worker safety including the employees of subcontractors. Dramatically demonstrates how small incidents on a construction site can devastatingly alter one worker's life and that of his family. May be duplicated.
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Video ID: 1219 Minutes: 9 Date: 2007 Language(s): English / Spanish
Description: Training includes lifting principles, elements of the walk around inspection, training, control boxes, safe lift operation, electricity, stability, driving to work, at the site and moving the lift. Each program 9 minutes. DVD-ROM also includes PowerPoint presentation and quiz.
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Video ID: 1483 Minutes: 27 Date: 2009 Language(s): Spanish
Description: A quick action video, clearly showing do's and don'ts. Intended to introduce the worker to common jobsite safety requirements and practices. Covers a brief look at: OSHA, fall protection, electrical, ladders, scaffolds, mobile equipment, personal protective equipment, housekeeping and additional OSHA standards.
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Video ID: 1292 Minutes: 14 Date: 2008 Language(s): English / Spanish
Description: Gives detailed information about silica, exposures and health effects. Shows common exposures to and hazards of Crystalline Silica. Describes how to prevent exposure in the workplace and best safety practices. Subtitles. Note - Code violations! Shows organic vapor cartridge (black) with silica exposure. Respirator needs to be P100; P100 is purple for particulates. Includes Facilitator guide on CD.
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Video ID: 1097 Minutes: 25 Date: 2000 Language(s): English
Description: Defines terms and basic fundamentals of electricity. Show hazards of electricity and safe work practices to prevent injury on and off the job. Shock hazard categories: crane, confined space, fall hazards, drowning, lockout/tagout. Work environments include construction, petrochemical, maritime, offshore and inland waterways.
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Video ID: 654 Minutes: 12 Date: 1997/2009 Language(s): English / Spanish
Description: Discusses safe work practices while working on scaffolds in construction including the assembly, the role of the competent person, inspections, recognizing hazards and proper materials handling. Spanish version on DVD only. DVD also has PowerPoint presentation in English and Spanish accessible on your computer. Disclaimer: Program states OSHA standard for required fall protection at rest platforms about 6 minutes into the video. DOSH standard is 24' which is more stringent.
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Video ID: 1330 Minutes: 44 Date: 2009 Language(s): English
Description: A program in 4 modules for construction workers: management (5 min.), supervisor (4 min.), employee (21 min.), and stretching (14 min.). Designed to increase awareness of workplace musculoskeletal disorders (WMSDs) and provide stretching exercises that will reduce on the job injuries. Certified physical trainer, Chris Hansen, describes the muscle groups stretched as each exercise is demonstrated by workers at a construction site. Link to poster: http://www.lni.wa.gov/Safety/Topics/AtoZ/Grants/awardees/IntegritySafetyServices/Poster.pdf Link to Quick Reference Card: http://www.lni.wa.gov/Safety/Topics/AtoZ/Grants/awardees/IntegritySafetyServices/FullCard.pdf Funding & support for this project has been provided by the State of Washington Department of Labor & Industries, Safety & Health Investment Projects.
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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.

*Links to non-L&I websites are provided as a courtesy to customers when L&I considers that external Web content to be useful and valuable to the public. However, we cannot vouch for, or take responsibility for, information contained on websites not administered by the Washington State Department of Labor & Industries. References in this website, or links from this website to any specific commercial products, processes, or services, or the use of any trade, firm, or corporation name is for the information and convenience of visitors to this site, and doesn't constitute endorsement, recommendation, or favoring by the Washington State Department of Labor & Industries, or its officers, employees or agents.
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Video ID: 950 Minutes: 27 Date: 2001 Language(s): English
Description: Gives tips on how to estimate weight and center of gravity for large or odd shaped loads. Overview of analyzing loads, sling placement, and lift points.
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Video ID: 767 Minutes: 14 Date: 1996 Language(s): English / Spanish
Description: Developed to teach employees how to understand trench hazards. Includes: competent person, trench shields, selection of shield, unloading, assembly, ocohesion and soil, and protective systems. In Washington state, trench protection is required in any excavation 4’ or more deep. WAC 296-155-657 Requirements for protective systems.
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Video ID: 433 Minutes: 16 Date: 1993 Language(s): English
Description: VHS only. Alerts workers to the importance of using proper protection during excavation work and emergency procedures for trench collapses. Illustrates the dangers posed by trenches, shoring, and shielding. Best paired with a training video such as #767 or #434. In Washington state, trench protection is required in any excavation 4’or more deep. WAC 296-155-657 Requirements for protective systems
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Video ID: 1615 Minutes: Date: Language(s): English
Description: This video shows how quickly cave-ins lead to workers' deaths. It will also show what employers must do to assure that the work can be done more safely. One of the most dangerous types of construction work is trenching, which kills, on average, 40 workers every year. Workers can suffer death or serious injury within minutes of being caught in a trench cave-in.

*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.

*Links to non-L&I websites are provided as a courtesy to customers when L&I considers that external Web content to be useful and valuable to the public. However, we cannot vouch for, or take responsibility for, information contained on websites not administered by the Washington State Department of Labor & Industries. References in this website, or links from this website to any specific commercial products, processes, or services, or the use of any trade, firm, or corporation name is for the information and convenience of visitors to this site, and doesn't constitute endorsement, recommendation, or favoring by the Washington State Department of Labor & Industries, or its officers, employees or agents.
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Video ID: 1620 Minutes: Date: Language(s): English
Description: The video you are about to see shows how quickly struck-by accidents at construction sites can lead to worker deaths. Being struck by vehicles, heavy equipment, and other objects is the top cause of injuries and the second cause of death for construction workers, killing more than 150 workers in 2009. But these injuries and deaths can be prevented.

*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.

*Links to non-L&I websites are provided as a courtesy to customers when L&I considers that external Web content to be useful and valuable to the public. However, we cannot vouch for, or take responsibility for, information contained on websites not administered by the Washington State Department of Labor & Industries. References in this website, or links from this website to any specific commercial products, processes, or services, or the use of any trade, firm, or corporation name is for the information and convenience of visitors to this site, and doesn't constitute endorsement, recommendation, or favoring by the Washington State Department of Labor & Industries, or its officers, employees or agents.
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