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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: 1580 Minutes: 19 Date: 2007 Language(s): English / Spanish
Description: Hazard awareness and a good introduction for non-maintenance and non-responding workers at plants using commercial refrigeration. Describes the attributes of anhydrous ammonia. Reviews the use of PPE for eye and skin exposure, but briefly comments on use of respirators. There is an introduction to plant evacuation on a release. The program is not complete on leak assessment, respirator use, and emergency response. Subtitles in English and Spanish NOTE: Shows a worker appropriately wearing a SCBA, but entering alone a area descrbled as potential IDLH for ammonia. Additional training materials included on CD.
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Video ID: 491 Minutes: 19 Date: 1995 Language(s): English
Description: VHS only. Covers basic facts, personal protective equipment, emergency response and effects of ammonia on the body. Emphasizes the dangers of exposure and how to prevent release.
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Video ID: 1281 Minutes: 11 Date: 2007 Language(s): English
Description: Does NOT include training on the new Safety Data Sheets (SDS) as part of the Global Harmonizing System. Explains the standardized format of the ANSI material safety data sheet which aims to make MSDS easier to read. Describes how the sixteen sections answer four basic questions about working safely with hazardous chemicals. Subtitles. Includes CD with Presenter Guide,Quiz, etc.
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Video ID: 983 Minutes: 11 Date: 1997 Language(s): English
Description: Introduction to hazardous chemicals in laboratory and requirements of WAC 296-62 Part Y. Geared to the research rather than clinical laboratory.
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Video ID: 613 Minutes: 12 Date: 1997 Language(s): English
Description: Describes chemical spill emergencies and procedures including reporting the incident, location of spill control equipment and first aid, MSDS, and cleanup. Does NOT cover Safety Data Sheets. Suggested to supplement or as refresher training.
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Video ID: 1405 Minutes: 19 Date: 2009 Language(s): English / Spanish
Description: Describes corrosive materials; how to identify and classify by label. Includes corrosive solids, liquids, and gasses; emergency procedures; storage and safe handling. Explains hazards to skin and eyes, and appropriate PPE. DISCLAIMER : Not appropriate for agricultural training, because tractors are shown without rollover protection, a code violation. Also in Portuguese. Additional resource material on DVD-ROM. Subtitles in English only.
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Video ID: 1038 Minutes: 17 Date: 2003 Language(s): English
Description: Describes flammables and their safe handling and storage. Gives overview of DOT labels, NFPA labels and material safety data sheets. Also covers fire basics, recognition of ignition sources and emergency response. Completely revised #606. For DVD order #1406.
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Video ID: 1406 Minutes: 18 Date: 2007 Language(s): English / Spanish
Description: Describes flammables and their safe handling and storage. Gives overview of DOT labels, NFPA labels and material safety data sheets. Also covers fire basics, recognition of ignition sources and emergency response. Additional materials & PowerPoint on DVD-ROM. Subtitles in English only.
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Video ID: 1039 Minutes: 17 Date: 2003 Language(s): English
Description: Identifies and classifies various solvents. Explains the hazards of solvents; how to hand and transport solvents safely. Describes the importance of preventing exposure to solvents with PPE and engineering controls. Reviews emergency response. Complete revision of V0607.
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Video ID: 1407 Minutes: 18 Date: 2009 Language(s): English / Spanish
Description: Identifies and classifies various solvents. Explains the hazards of solvents; how to hand and transport solvents safely. Describes the importance of preventing exposure to solvents with PPE and engineering controls. Reviews emergency response. Additional materials & PowerPoint on DVD-ROM. Subtitles in English only.
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Video ID: 1218 Minutes: 17 Date: 2004 Language(s): English / Spanish
Description: A comprehensive overview of the Chemical Handling Series with general information about reading labels and material safety data sheets; classification of flammables, toxics, corrosives and reactives; compressed gas storage and handling, chemical storage and handling; chemical hazard identification; and DOT labels. In English, Spanish and Portuguese. DVD-ROM has PowerPoint presentation and quiz. Subtitles in English only.
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Video ID: 1037 Minutes: 17 Date: 2003 Language(s): English
Description: Describes corrosive materials; how to identify and classify by label. Includes corrosive solids, liquids, and gasses; emergency procedures; storage and safe handling. Explains hazards to skin and eyes, and appropriate PPE. DISCLAIMER : Not appropriate for agricultural training, because tractors are shown without rollover protection, a code violation.
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Video ID: 981 Minutes: 10 Date: 1994 Language(s): English
Description: Demonstrates the safety principles that apply to working with hazardous chemicals in the biological laboratory. Covers the protocols phenol-chloroform extraction and ethanol precipitation.
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Video ID: 978 Minutes: 11 Date: 1995 Language(s): English
Description: Reviews the basic principles of safe chemical storage in research laboratories.
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Video ID: 1227 Minutes: 19 Date: 2007 Language(s): English
Description: For first responders to prepare for the initial response to any chemical emergency, specifically one in which chlorine might be involved. The material is organized on a DVD which includes a main segment of approximately 20 minutes which covers the basics of the response in that critical first 15 minutes. There are 10 tabs which cover topics including chlorine properties, mitigation and health effects in greater detail.
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Video ID: 177 Minutes: 13 Date: 1991 Language(s): English
Description: Explores some of the safety hazards of working in sewers, pipes, wet wells, manholes and other enclosed spaces and provides important safety guidelines for workplace preparation and testing. The health effects and physical characteristics of toxic gases including carbon monoxide, hydrogen sulfide, and methane are examined. Presented in the style of a news documentary, this program illustrates health and safety hazards of confined spaces in underground operations.
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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: 1582 Minutes: 10 Date: 2011 Language(s): Spanish
Description: Covers the various types and characteristics of safety showers and eye washes. Major training points: locations of eye wash stations, corrosives, what to do if splashed by a hazardous substance, and getting help in an emergency.
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Video ID: 1571 Minutes: 14/29 Date: 2012 Language(s): English
Description: Safety showers and eye wash facilities are important to a safe workplace. In recent years an average of over 400 workers per year in Washington state have experienced severe chemical burn injuries to eyes and skin. This DVD includes 14 minute and 29 minute versions to help employers train employees of the importance of PPE prevent injury when working with chemicals. Describes the type of workplaces that need to provide eye wash and emergency showers. Demonstrates eye washes, safety showers, and personal protective equipment. Includes two powerful testimonials.
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Video ID: 1543 Minutes: 24 Date: 2012 Language(s): English
Description: Investigation results from 3 serious laboratory accidents in universities. Reviews hazards associated with conducting research at chemical laboratories in academic institutions. Also includes "Iron in the Fire" (dust fires) and "Fatal Exposure : Tragedy at DuPont".
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Video ID: 1408 Minutes: 10/17 Date: 2009 Language(s): English
Description: Short version also available, please specify. Topics include hazardous chemicals, routes of entry, chemical manufacturer labels, NFPA and HMIS labels, Material Safety Data Sheets and the Written Hazard Communication Program. Industrial work environment.
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Video ID: 1416 Minutes: 29 Date: 2005 Language(s): English
Description: Covers the hazards of chemicals and basic safe response to incidents involving hazardous chemicals. Topics covered : DOT classifications of hazardous chemicals, Protective clothing, PEL, STEL, IDLH exposure guidelines, NFPA 704 marking system, How accidents commonly occur, and procedures for dealing with emergencies. Includes a separate leader's guide.
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Video ID: 591 Minutes: 27 Date: 2005 Language(s): English
Description: Teaches fundamental lessons about identifying corrosive acids and the properties which make them hazardous to humans and the environment. Tells which industries are the largest users of corrosives and discusses some of their most common applications. Describes safe handling and storage of these chemicals, proper loading and off-loading procedures during transportation, and the use of protective clothing. Responders are taught to identify the hazardous material involved, to isolate the area and to assess the dangers before taking aggressive action to control the incident. Includes a self correcting test. Additional materials & PowerPoint on DVD-ROM.Teaches fundamental lessons about identifying corrosives, the hazards of these acids, occupancies where these acids are found, reactivity problems, the danger of water, neutralization operations, emergency medical treatment, decontamination, and environmental concerns.
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Video ID: 1427 Minutes: 27 Date: 2000 Language(s): English
Description: Comprehensive training on Ammonium Nitrate, Calcium Hypochlorite, and Nitric Acid. Shows Ammonium Nitrate case history of Texas City 1947. This program also teaches about the symptoms of exposure, assisting victims, containers, placards, and fire fighting.
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Video ID: 449 Minutes: 27/33 Date: 1994/2008 Language(s): English
Description: DVD comes with CD with PowerPoint Presentation, leaders guide, test, references, and full script. Designed to provide emergency response personnel who may be called upon to respond to a leak, spill or a fire involving this hazardous chemical, anhydrous ammonia. The program also discusses inverted plumes, in which deadly vapors remain close to the ground rather than dispersing into the upper atmosphere. DVD version has additional chapters on first aid and decon. VHS is c.1995.
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Video ID: 1424 Minutes: 26 Date: 2008 Language(s): English
Description: Introduces fundamental lessons about the handling of and response to unplanned leaks, spills and fires at hazardous waste sites. Topics: dangers of hazardous waste, case study, placards & labels, protective actions, working in the hot zone, firefighting & spill control, decontamination & clean-up. Includes CD with Instructor guide, PowerPoint presentation, quiz, and other reference materials.
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Video ID: 1425 Minutes: 28 Date: 2008 Language(s): English
Description: DVD. Describes how chlorine vapors behave, health hazards of exposure, leak detection, how to cool, identification of the presence of chlorine, and exposure of containers to fire. DVD menu has listing of chapters and interactive self test. Includes CD with Leader’s instructions, PowerPoint Quiz, Post Seminar Quiz, and additional resources.
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Video ID: 589 Minutes: 25 Date: 2002/2011 Language(s): English
Description: Discusses the danger of caustics in liquid, solid and dust form, and how they can cause serious injury if used improperly. Includes lessons on preventing explosions, neutralizing operations and environmental protection. DVD has menu which allows for viewing by chapter and includes a self correcting test.
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Video ID: 552 Minutes: 28 Date: 1996 Language(s): English
Description: Explains how aromatic hydrocarbons react with other substances and discusses the short and long term effects on exposure. Tells where aromatic hydrocarbons may be found, discusses principal properties, and outlines basic safety techniques for emergency action in the event of an uncontrolled release or fire. Includes actual footage of a tank truck accident involving toluene and xylene. Note: There is no mention that Benzene can be absorbed through the skin. Some requirements mentioned are best practices rather than regulatory.
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Video ID: 575 Minutes: 30 Date: 2012 Language(s): English
Description: Comes with additional resource material on CD. Provides an in-depth examination of safe handling techniques as well as action to take in the event of a leak or fire. Combines footage of actual incidents with realistic training scenarios. Covers: hazard properties of H2S, symptoms of exposure, actions for first responders at suspected incidents, effects of exposure, treatment of victims, decontamination procedures, and response to spill & fire incidents.
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Video ID: 450 Minutes: 29 Date: 1997 Language(s): English
Description: 2005 update with much of the original footage. Designed to provide training to emergency response personnel. Identifies dangerous properties of LPG, safe storage and handling, and safe response to emergencies involving leaks and fires. Tells where propane, butane and propylene may be found, covers basic techniques for safe storage and handling, and suggests procedures for emergency action in the event of uncontrolled releases or fires. Has self-correcting test and bonus material.
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Video ID: 420 Minutes: 8 Date: 1995 Language(s): English
Description: Focuses on hazards specific to corrosive chemicals. Discusses importance of using personal protective equipment and storing corrosive chemicals in containers specifically designed for them. Suggested to supplement or as refresher training.
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Video ID: 1359 Minutes: 48 Date: 2009 Language(s): English
Description: Developed to raise awareness among Washington state welders and their employers about chrome 6, the standard, health effects of exposure and best practices for exposure control with an emphasis on local exhaust ventilation. Divided into six modules 10 minutes or less. Funding & support for this project has been provided by the Washington State Dept. of Labor & Industries' Safety & Health Investment Projects.
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Video ID: 1236 Minutes: 14 Date: 2007 Language(s): English / Spanish
Description: Hex chrome or chrome 6 (or VI) affects workers in many industries including stainless steel, welding, paint and plastics manufacturing and wood production. Training for general industry. Includes permissible exposure limits, air monitoring, medical surveillance, respiratory protection and PPE. Instructor Guide and quiz on CD. Subtitles for each version.
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Video ID: 1467 Minutes: 20 Date: 2010 Language(s): English
Description: Acquaints viewers with the hazards of hydrogen sulfide and the precautions necessary to prevent exposure, including respiratory protection, warning sounds and signals, and evacuation procedures. Washington state does not have a ceiling or acceptable maximum peak. WAC 841 states the 8 hour TWA is 10 ppm and the STEL is 15 ppm. Respirators: For exposures less than 100 ppm a half-mask respirator with appropriate cartridges is acceptable. If the H2S level is 10 ppm or greater it is likely that eye irritation will occur. Chemical goggles would offer eye protection. A full-face respirator would also provide eye protection from irritation.
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Video ID: 1468 Minutes: 10 Date: 2010 Language(s): English
Description: Shorter alternative or refresher training. Familiarizes viewers with the hazards of hydrogen sulfide and the precautions necessary to prevent exposure, including respiratory protection, warning sounds and signals, and evacuation procedures. Washington state does not have a ceiling or acceptable maximum peak. WAC 841 states the 8 hour TWA is 10 ppm and the STEL is 15 ppm. Respirators: For exposures less tha 100 ppm a half-mask respirator with appropriate cartridges is acceptable. If the H2S level is 10 ppm or greater it is likely that eye irritation will occur. Chemical goggles would offer eye protection. A full-face respirator would also provide eye protection from irritation.
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Video ID: 1381 Minutes: 16 Date: 2001 Language(s): English / Spanish
Description: The nature of work done in laboratory environment poses many hazards. Cancer-causing agents, biological hazards and radioactive materials are common in today’s laboratory. Fire is an ever-present hazard as well. Topics include: best safety practices, potential exposure to hazardous chemicals, engineering controls, including ventilation, ergonomics, and correct use of PPE. Facilitator guide on CD.
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Video ID: 1455 Minutes: 19 Date: 2002 Language(s): English / Spanish
Description: Provides an introduction to laboratory safety. Covers the requirements of OSHA's chemical hygiene plan requirement, exposure limits, MSDSs, and labels. Additional resource material on DVD-ROM, includes PowerPoint type presentation. Also in Spanish, French and Portuguese. Subtitles in English only.
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Video ID: 1515 Minutes: 15 Date: 2011 Language(s): English
Description: Reviews the requirements of OSHA’s formaldehyde standard. Addresses health hazards, air monitoring, Personal protective equipment, labels and emergencies. Scenes include: Formaldehyde & your health, monitoring for formaldehyde, formaldehyde labeling, personal protective equipment, cleaning up formaldehyde spills, and first aid. Includes supplementary material and quiz on CD.
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Video ID: 752 Minutes: 17/32 Date: 1994 Language(s): English
Description: Designed for Veterinary practice owners to develop safety and health hazard communication programs. Covers: responsibilities of the practice owner/operator; and consequences of non-compliance. Includes hazardous materials present in veterinary practices, potential risks such as exposure to pesticides, hazardous gases, photochemicals, disinfectants, cleaners, radiation, needles, scapulas, heavy lifting, and animal bites. DVD format includes Module 1 & 2.
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Video ID: 1426 Minutes: 28 Date: 2010 Language(s): English
Description: For emergency responders. Topics include symptoms of exposure to pesticides, pesticide storage, EPA labels, decontamination and emergency response to spill and leak incidents.
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Video ID: 1035 Minutes: 13 Date: 1998 Language(s): English
Description: Defines corrosives and describes the specific traits associated with DOT Class 8. Intended audience: emergency responders.
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Video ID: 1583 Minutes: 9 Date: 2011 Language(s): English
Description: Shows uses and characteristics of eye washes and safety showers in the laboratory work environment. Describes the basic elements of how to use, access, and maintain these stations. Covers location of eye wash stations and showers, corrosives and what to do in an emergency.
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Video ID: 1517 Minutes: 10 Date: 2011 Language(s): English
Description: Covers the various types and characteristics of safety showers and eye washes. Major training points: locations of eye wash stations, corrosives, what to do if splashed by a hazardous substance, and getting help in an emergency. Includes presenter guide and quiz on CD.
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