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We found 7 video(s) with subject of Lead Safety.
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  • Video ID: 894
  • Minutes: 17
  • Date: 1991
  • Language(s): English / Spanish
Description: Bi-lingual video in drama format illustrates the hazards of lead in the industrial workplace.
DVD Format
  • Video ID: 366
  • Minutes: 11
  • Date: 1994
  • Language(s): English
Description: Through the game show, It's Your Job format, this video describes major sources of lead exposure and methods by which lead can enter the body. Identifies the parts of the body affected most adversely by excessive levels of lead. Lead poisoning symptoms and protective measures, including medical monitoring. Suggested to supplement or use as refresher training.
VHS Format
  • Video ID: 1189
  • Minutes: 8
  • Date: 2000
  • Language(s): English
Description: Describes dangers of exposure to lead. Lists symptoms of lead poisoning. Includes how to minimize exposure and engineering controls. General industry focus.
DVD Format
  • 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.
DVD Format
  • Video ID: 1584
  • Minutes: 12
  • Date: 2004
  • Language(s): English / Spanish
Description: If you're in law enforcement or the firing range business, getting shot is not your only safety concern. Lead poisoning can be as lethal as the deadliest of ammo. Covers how lead can enter and harm the body, symptoms of lead poisoning, dangers of lead contamination in both indoor and outdoor ranges, and clean-up methods. For complete regulations for lead exposure training see WAC 296-62-0752.
DVD FormatClosed Captioning / Subtitles
  • 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.
DVD Format
  • 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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