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We found 13 video(s) with subject of Accidents - Near Misses.
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Video ID: 910 Minutes: 15 Date: 1995 Language(s): English
Description: Stresses safety awareness in the industrial workplace. Through a drama, documents the choices made by a number of people that lead to an accident. Clearly shows that each person is responsible for identifying, reporting/fixing hazardous situations before a serious injury or accident occurs.
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Video ID: 957 Minutes: 17 Date: 2000 Language(s): English
Description: Intended audience: employees. Demonstrates the importance of reporting close calls before an injury occurs. Re-enactments of 4 incidents shows the importance of reporting close call incidents to correct hazards, unsafe conditions, emergency response, control emotions, and avoid complacency in safety procedures. Industrial work environment. Spanish version #1024. Short version available on #1599
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Video ID: 1599 Minutes: 7 Date: 2000 Language(s): English
Description: Intended audience: employees. Demonstrates the importance of reporting close calls before an injury occurs. Three scenarios show how reporting a near miss would have provided critical information for improving safety programs. Topics include employee complacency, escalation of unreported incidents and correcting hazards and unsafe conditions. Industrial work environment. Standard version English #957. Spanish version #1024.
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Video ID: 555 Minutes: 14 Date: 1995 Language(s): English
Description: Clearly demonstrates through scenarios how close calls ignored turn into accidents. Shows how to recognize close calls and "wake up" to the dangers they represent. Emphasizes attitude, awareness and personal responsibility. The message: Pay attention to close calls and take steps to prevent them from becoming serious incidents.
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Video ID: 460 Minutes: 23 Date: 1994 Language(s): English
Description: The tragic true story of Randy Fellhoelter and his narrow escape from death. Randy tells his dramatic story to an audience of co-workers. Safety shortcuts escalate to near misses and up to major or fatal accidents. Taking risks can affect our lives and those of loved ones. Scenes of Randy's injuries were taken at the hospital and during his recovery. For all employees, supervisors, and managers. Warning! May be too graphic for some audiences. Poor video quality - the best available from vendor.
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Video ID: 1337 Minutes: 24 Date: 2009 Language(s): English / Spanish
Description: Offers an opportunity for viewers to spot the hazards as they watch five experienced workers encounter risky situations during a typical day. Shows the importance of staying focused, dangers of being distracted, the importance of PPE, following safety procedures and not becoming complacent. Additional resource material on DVD-ROM, includes PowerPoint type presentation. Subtitles in English only. Also, Spanish and Portuguese version.
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Video ID: 1552 Minutes: 18 Date: 2010 Language(s): English
Description: Odie Espenship, a fighter pilot, talks about the concept of recognizing dangerous behavior in co-workers and calling “knock it off”. Odie and his friend fellow fighter pilot Wes Sharp encourage viewers to speak up and tell co-workers to “keep off the grass” when they witness an unsafe act. Failing to call a "knock it off' peels back the layers of safety. Also discussed is the one-thousand-foot-bubble rule, and lessons learned from the close-call incident. Motivates viewers to take action: "When you see something, say something."
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Video ID: 1553 Minutes: 10 Date: 2010 Language(s): English
Description: Odie discusses the concept of calling a “knock it off” immediately when recognizing dangerous behavior, while his friend and fellow fighter pilot, Wes Sharp, encourages viewers to speak up and tell co-workers to “keep off the grass” when they witness an unsafe act. hile recalling personal experiences from their military careers involving knock it off and keep off the grass, Odie and Wes teach essential lessons that can be applied to any work environment. Motivates viewers to take action: "When you see something, say something." Shorter version of #1552
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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.
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Video ID: 1024 Minutes: 9 Date: 2000 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. Short version. English version is #957
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Video ID: 909 Minutes: 14 Date: 1994 Language(s): English
Description: Discover how near misses can add up to major accidents. Shows employees how to recognize and prevent serious injuries or fatal accidents before they occur. Based on the work of W. H. Heinrich and the "Heinrich Triangle," this video demonstrates the importance of tracking near miss and non injury accidents in order to prevent serious or fatal injuries.
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Video ID: 549 Minutes: 10 Date: 1996 Language(s): English
Description: In this "Get Smart" format, "Agent Fax" and "Agent 29" meet "Tool Time" helper "Hal" who wants to get safety facts to help other employees understand how potential accidents can be recognized and prevented on a daily basis. Note: slightly offbeat presentation. Suggested to supplement or as refresher training.
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Video ID: 545 Minutes: 9 Date: 1996 Language(s): English
Description: In game show format, Wheel of Misfortune, serves to remind us that for every action there are a set of prescribed outcomes. Grave Remarks represents worst-case scenarios of losses and accidents that lead to their final resting places. Suggested to supplement or as refresher training.
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