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We found 15 video(s) with subject of Emergency Response.
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  • Video ID: 1378
  • Minutes: 20
  • Date: 2004
  • Language(s): English / Spanish
Description: Covers potential ways that firefighters, policemen, and emergency workers can injure themselves in responding to emergencies. Shows common back injuries and proper lifting techniques. Includes a segment on back exercises to strengthen the back muscles. Additional resource material on DVD-ROM, includes PowerPoint type presentation. Subtitles in English only.
DVD FormatClosed Captioning / Subtitles
  • Video ID: 1377
  • Minutes: 18
  • Date: 2007
  • Language(s): English / Spanish
Description: Training for industrial emergency responders to protect themselves from bloodborne infections. Also, covers the exposure, control plan, standard precautions, and recordkeeping requirements. Includes customizable Power-Point presentation and printable leader's guide.
DVD FormatClosed Captioning / Subtitles
  • Video ID: 1648
  • Minutes: 5
  • Date: 2015
  • Language(s): English
Description: Nursing assistants are instrumental to the care of our elderly population. Yet, they experience some of the highest injury rates among workers in Washington State.

The SHARP Program presents 2 worker injury stories that nearly ended careers, showing how caring for others often leaves workers' bodies changed forever. This video introduces the caretaker crisis and invites you to learn more about SHARP's systems-level research aimed at uncovering prevention answers.
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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: 1411
  • Minutes: 18
  • Date: 2003
  • Language(s): English
Description: DVD. Part 2 of 3 programs. Overview of first responder dangers of unprepared rescue attempt and methods of non-entry victim relief that can be carried out while awaiting the rescue team. Includes size-up issues as well as calling for help, ventilation, intrinsically safe equipment, hazard control, and non-entry victim retrieval. Note: Presentation doesn't give much discussion on monitoring outside space which CAN BE important. DVD menu has options to view individual chapters and a self correcting quiz. Part 1 Understanding Confined Spaces (1438); Part 2 Confined Space and the First Responder (1411); Part 3 Confined Space Technical Rescue (1415)
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  • Video ID: 1415
  • Minutes: 18
  • Date: 2003
  • Language(s): English
Description: DVD. Part 3 of 3 programs. Designed for personnel at the Technician Level who may be required to enter a confined space for rescue purposes. Rescue team members learn about risk evaluation, air monitoring, protective clothing and equipment and size-up as well as entry procedures and rescue techniques. DVD menu has options to view individual chapters and a self correcting quiz plus bonus material. Part 1 Understanding Confined Spaces (1438); Part 2 Confined Space and the First Responder (1411); Part 3 Confined Space Technical Rescue (1415)
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  • Video ID: 1604
  • Minutes: 17
  • Date: 2005
  • Language(s): English
Description: Firefighters and Emergency Medical Services (EMS) personnel have unique work situations that place them at high risk for sprains, strains and other musculoskeletal injuries. This program aids in understanding body mechanics and how to avoid possible injuries. Developed by ergonomists at the University of Oregon Labor Education and Research Center. Includes CD with resource material and PowerPoints.
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Hazardous Chemicals
  • 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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Sulfuric Acid & Hydrochloric Acid
  • 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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Anhydrous Ammonia
  • Video ID: 449
  • Minutes: 33
  • Date: 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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Hazardous Waste
  • 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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Hazchem 6 : Sodium Hydroxide & Potassium Hydroxide
  • 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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Hydrogen Sulfide
  • 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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Reporting Fatalities and Hospitalizations
  • Video ID: 1658
  • Minutes: 5
  • Date: 2017
  • Language(s): English
Description: This 5 min. video is a step-by-step tool to assist employers when reporting an in-patient hospitalization, amputation, loss of an eye, or Fatality to the Department of Labor & Industries.
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A Story of the Sunshine Mine Fire
  • Video ID: 1045
  • Minutes: 69
  • Date: 2007
  • Language(s): English
Description: A detailed documentary of the Sunshine Mine Disaster of 1972. Tells the story of the disaster through the eyes of 27 survivors and honors the memory of the workers whose deaths prompted the passing of the federal Mine Safety and Health Act of 1977. The video explores what happened, what went wrong and lessons learned. Survivors discuss how their lives were changed. Information is applicable for emergency response workers or those potentially exposed to carbon monoxide or working in confined spaces. Chapters: The Early Days; the Fire; The Rescue.
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