25 MOST COMMONLY CITED OSHA VIOLATIONS:
Explains the most commonly sited violations, what the violations are and to
avoid citations for these types of violations. Excellent program for managers,
supervisors, and employees to guide them in a better OSHA compliance.
A FOOT CLOSER TO SAFETY : This video covers the necessity for wearing
proper foot protection. It highlights the basic types of safety shoes and the
situations to use each design.
A HEART BEAT AWAY: There is only one thing worse than having a mini
stroke or transient ischemic attack and that's ignoring it. Recognizing the
warning signs and following up with at medical check up could keep you from
suffering a major stroke, as this video illustrates.
A LIFT FOR SAFETY: Although important to may job sites, personnel lift
baskets can be extremely dangerous. This Safety Shorts video overviews the
proper procedures for a safe lift.
A MATTER OF DEGREE PART I & II: Outlines proper precautions to take when
using one of the most dangerous tools in the workplace, the welding tool.
A SAFE RIDE: The “A Safe Ride” program is a portfolio of education pieces
for riding pubic intended to increase awareness of escalators and moving walks.
A SHOCK TO THE SYSTEM: The shock that often accompanies a serious injury
can just as deadly as the injury itself. The Safety Shorts video outlines the
symptoms of shock and reviews the proper treatment.
A WELCOME INTERRUPTION... GFCI: Electrical shock especially with power
tools, is in ever present danger in the workplace. Ground fault circuit
interrupters are a major safety aide in prevention of danger. This tape explains
both the need for and the operation of GFCI installation.
A-OK FINGER SAFETY: Reminds us that finger injuries, even minor ones can
impair or enable a person to work productively. Proper gloves and a little
safety awareness can help avoid these injuries.
ACCIDENT REPORTING: (5 Minutes) This program briefly describes what
should be included in an accident report. Accidents can be controlled and
prevented and supervisors must take an active role.
ACCIDENT CAUSES & PREVENTIONS (SPANISH) The majority of factors causing
job-related accidents can be controlled by your employees! Increase awareness of
risk-producing behaviors. Five major factors involved in accidents. Warning
signs for supervisors
AERIAL LIFT TRAINING: This program demonstrates proper procedures for
AG LOCK OUT TAG OUT: Lockout tagout procedures must be in place in all
areas with powered equipment including packing houses. This program is a great
tool for training all employees in lockout/tagout procedures.
ALCOHOLISM IN THE WORKPLACE (SPANISH)- One in 4 people are affected by
alcoholism in the workplace. Recognize the signs of alcoholism and be a positive
part the solution. Physical, psychological effects of alcohol, typical
behavioral signs, workplace patterns and positive steps a fellow
employee/supervisor can take without diagnosing
ALL WASHED UP: Emergency showers and eye-wash units are an important
secondary line of defense. This Safety Shorts video will teach you and your
workers how and when to use them.
AMPUTATION INJURIES: Few injuries are more devastating, both for victim
and bystander, than injuries involving amputation. Prompt and effective first
aid can save the lift or limb of amputation victims. The prevention, treatment
and long term care of various types of amputation injuries are covered.
AN INTRODUCTION TO OSHA FOR THE LATINO WORKER
BACK INJURY PREVENTION-LIFTING SAFELY: The variety of lifting tasks in
the manufacturing industry require specific techniques under difficult
conditions, and hazards resulting from incorrect methods. It is definitely a
"must see" program for employees before an accident occurs. Good for retraining
employees whom experienced a back injury.
BACK HOE SAFETY: Backhoes are complicated and dangerous machines
requiring training for safe, efficient operations, This program is targeted
toward new, as will as experienced operators. It covers safe operation,
maintenance, and pre-start up procedures.
BACK TO BASICS: Four out of five Americans will have back problems. This
Safety Shorts video shows what can cause back injuries and how you can avoid
BACKING SAFELY: A 13 minute video that offers practical safety information to
reduce backing collisions.
BAR-B-Q HAL: This video covers the basic safety requirements of home
bar-b-q cooking. Hapless Hal shows us some of the Do’s and Don’ts when you fire
that backyard cooker.
BARRICADES-THE FORBIDDEN ZONE: Proper use of barricades can help avoid
serious injuries. Tips on barricade safety on and of the job are offered in this
BASIC ERGONOMICS: This video is an introduction to the concept of
matching the machine to the man. Ergonomics can make our working conditions more
enjoyable as well as productive.
BASIC MICROBIOLOGY & FOOD BORNE ILLNESS-
BATTLING FATIGUE: This video covers the possible results of not getting
enough rest coming to the job. It also covers the “witching” hours and easy
steps to overcoming fatigue in the workplace.
BEATING A BLOWOUT: This video explains how to handle your vehicle in a
BLOODBORNE PATHOGENS IN THE WORKPLACE: Designed as an
information/training video for employees who normally are not exposed to blood
or body fluids, but an important part of providing precautionary information to
BLOODBORNE PATHOGENS TRAINING: This program was developed to meet
training requirements for employees who reasonably anticipate exposure to blood
or body fluids on the job. This applies to anyone who is trained in first-aid/
CPR. Proper training and current knowledge is an absolute necessity for these
personnel in order for them to perform their jobs effectively while reducing
BOATING SAFETY: This video describes common boating hazards and discusses
steps for avoiding accidents.
CALLING FOR HELP: How the 9-1-1 telephone system works and how you can
use it most efficiently is shown in this Safety Shorts video.
CAR JACKS: Changing a flat tire can be a nuisance and a danger. Overviews
the procedures for using a car jack safely.
CARPAL TUNNEL SYNDROME
CARGO SECURITY-Motivate drivers to take the necessary precautions to
protect the property they control. Includes DOT compliance for cargo
CHAINS AND SAFETY: Proper chain safety and maintenance. Helpful hints for
CHAIN SAW SAFETY: Public works and many other occupations often use chain
saws in tree trimming. Landscape maintenance and brush control, not to mention
home use. The risks of injury demonstrate the need for training.
CHAINS, SLINGS, & HOIST: Designed for anyone using overhead cranes/jib
hoists. Discusses sling, lifting, angles, safety procedures, inspection
procedures, and more. Also available in DVD
CHANGE OF HABIT: Knowledge of how to take care of chemical and waste
spills can improve plant safety and protect the environment. This video shows
you how to help prevent these accidents from becoming a major disaster.
CHARGING UP ON BATTERY SAFETY: Batteries can be more dangerous than you
think and should be treated with respect and accordance with proper safety
procedures presented in this video.
CHEMICAL/BIOLOGICAL THREAT: This video addresses the threat of terrorist
acts involving chemical or biological agents and how businesses and individuals
can reduce potential risk with information and proper emergency planning.
COCAINE: THE TICKING CLOCK: Discusses the enormous problem of cocaine use
in the workplace, and encourages workers to adopt a zero tolerance policy to
cocaine in the workplace.
COLDS & FLU: Because no one is immune to the common cold or the flu
knowledge about them can help us in the fight to stay well. This Safety Shorts
video describes the differences between them, their causes, treatments and ways
to help prevent their spread.
COMMUNICATING WITH IRATE CUSTOMERS-
CONFINED SPACE ENTRY TRENCHING & SHORING UNDERGROUND LOCATIONS: Meets
training requirements for individuals assigned the job of trenching and shoring.
Explains the safety rules, requirements, and emergency procedures.
CONFINED SPACE ENTRY: Confined space entry is one of the most dangerous
and well-publicized hazards in the construction industry. This program meets
training requirements for anyone working or entering a confined space. This
program reviews the rules, emergency procedures, and more. Also available in DVD
CONTROLLING AUTO SKIDS-Demonstrate that skidding, though one of the most
dangerous driving hazards, is both preventable & controllable. Vehicle control:
steering, braking & acceleration, brake application: light, medium, firm & hard,
brake pumping & its limitations, Traction: static, rolling & sliding
CPR: Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation help saves thousands of lives each
year. Step-by-step procedures are outlined.
CPR AWARENESS TRAINING: This video was designed as a safety awareness
program. This program was not intended to be used to certify CPR providers.
Serves as motivation for people to seek CPR training. Emphasizes the importance
of CPR, being aware of safety procedures taken by others and how lives can be
CROSS CONTAMINATION- Good, short video that provides the basic
information needed to ensure integrity and safety in handling food production
operations. Explains proper practices and procedures to prevent, detect and
eliminate cross contamination. Chemical, bacterial and physical contaminants,
contamination prevention and avoidance, time and temperature controls related to
CUTTING IT SHORT-PART ONE: This video parodies the TV classic DRAGNET as
a reminder to always practice safety when using a power mower.
CUTTING IT SHORT-PART TWO: This video takes viewers on a journey through
a Twilight Zone parody to stress riding mower safety.
DANGER: BENZENE: Through this safety video we see that although benzene
is a key ingredient in many products, it can also create a major health and
safety risk for workers. Educate your industrial workers about the hazards and
provide them with safety tips for safer work habits.
DANGER: HAZARDOUS DUTY: This humorous video depicts Hapless Hal learning
a few important lessons about safety while working around loading docks and
DATElLINE DISTRACTED DRIVING: Did you know that one quarter of all
crasher are caused by distracted drivers? NBC Dateline's latest story puts
distraction to the test in this fascinating demonstration that shows how using
cell phone, and performing small tasks can be deadly! Viewers can quiz
themselves to learn how their behaviors impact their risks. Part two tell the
story of Morgan Lee Pena, a two year old who was killed by a man who, while
talking on his cell phone, ran a stop sign. Includes an update on the cell phone
controversy, and efforts by Mrs. Pena to create awareness on cell phone safety.
DEADLY DETOUR BARRICADED SAFETY II: Driving around road construction and
barricades is not only tricky, it can be dangerous to both drivers and road
crews. This video shows ways to get through the roadwork unscratched.
DEFENSIVE DRIVING- Gives an overview of the critical elements of
defensive driving: visual
Scanning, identifying and dealing with road hazards, and communicating with
DESTINATION SAFETY PART I & II: This video places emphasis on safety at
home as well as on the job.
DIET RIGHT: This video examines the importance of managing your diet for
a longer, healthier life.
DISCIPLINE: THE SUPERVISOR'S ROLE: This program defines discipline, how
to achieve it, handling counseling and documentation. As well as how to avoid
disciplinary actions. Discipline is the least understood leadership skill.
Also available in DVD
DISCIPLINE SAFETY ENFORCEMENT: This program defines discipline, how to
achieve it, handling counseling and documentation, as well as how to avoid
disciplinary actions. Discipline is the least understood leadership skill.
DISCRIMINTATION THE HIDDEN COST
DOG BITE PREVENTION: Program directed at mail carriers and meter readers,
but also to anyone working around dogs and potentially dangerous animals.
Includes on-cameras segment form Mr. R. Berman, Animal Behaviorist. Excellent
DO YOU KNOW WHERE YOUR TRASH IS? : What do you consider useless trash?
Most of our “trash” is still valuable. This video describes procedures for
recycling at home and at the office.
DRUGS: IMPACT ON THE WORKPLACE-The drug industry is competing with the workplace
and your employees need to be informed. Reasons why employees use drugs, how to
recognize employees who use drugs, job performance, absenteeism, safety, risk
management, and more, theft and drug dealing in the workplace
DRIVER ATTITUDE-This motivational
video is packed with material covering safe driving procedures, seat belt use &
even the effects of drugs & alcohol on driving.
DRIVING DEFENSIVELY I & II: This Safety Shorts video reminds us of the
dangers we face in our daily routine of driving and offers safety principles
which can protect us.
DRUG ADDICTION INTERVENTION: Drug addiction robs productivity and ruins
lives. This video shows what you can do to intervene if you or someone you know
is chemically dependent.
DRUGS AT WORK: EMPLOYEE VERSION & EMPLOYER VERSION: These videos are
about using drugs at work and the consequences.
DRUG TESTING AT THE WORKPLACE: This program is designed for companies now
using or considering drug testing. Explains the necessity for testing/screening,
general drug policies, and how tests are conducted. Emphasizes lab efforts to
protect employee rights and how tests are conducted to reduce the possibility of
mixing specimens and giving false results. Excellent program for introducing a
drug abuse program to employees.
DUMP TRUCK SAFETY: Safety awareness program that emphasizes job site
safety procedures for operators. Reviews checklist on daily maintenance
inspections, and loading/unloading procedures. Also available in DVD
EATING HEALTHY FOR LIFE:
EFFECTIVE SAFETY MEETINGS: Get the most out of work-hours spent on
training by sharpening your skills at creating highly effective safety meetings.
EGRESS\EXIT SAFETY: Prevent workers from getting trapped in a building in
case of an emergency. This Safety Shorts video shows you tips on how to escape
ELECTRICAL BURNS: The biggest danger in treating victims of electrical
burns is shock hazards to the rescuers. This video covers this and the basic
precautions of initial treatment of electrical burns
ELECTRICAL SAFETY: Program designed to make employees aware of basic
electrical safety in the workplace. Review of safety requirements on plugs,
cords, cables, disconnect switches, hand/powered safety, and other electrical
ELECTRICAL SAFETY IN THE W/P:
EMERGENCY EVACUATION: Explains the essentials of evacuations, precautions
to take and what to do in case of an emergency. Also available in DVD
EMERGENCY ELEVATOR EVACUATION-Trains fire-fighters how to perform
emergency elevator rescue in high -rise buildings. Covers the fire fighting
rescue team, equipment, and 4 rescuer types
EMPLOYEE SAFETY ORIENTATION: Required by OSHA for training all employees
who are exposed to "general hazards." Includes basic requirements, electrical,
mechanical, back injury prevention, fire protection, personal protective
equipment, and more. A perfect program to show new employees in need of
EVERYONE HAS A STORY: Road sharing tips for Motorists & bicyclists.
EXERCISE YOUR HEART: You can improve your quality of life with regular
aerobic exercise. This video illustrates proper warm-up, dynamic exercise and
EYE PROTECTION: (5 Minutes) This program briefly describes that eyes have
many defense mechanisms within themselves, but that is not always enough. Also
describes what to do if you do get something in your eye.
FALLS: One of the most common types of accidents are also the easiest to
prevent. Causes and avoidance measures are discussed.
FIGHTING THE STRAIN-ERGONOMICS: An introduction to developing the science
of ergonomics and a demonstration of how simple awareness of need can lead to
some “common sense” solutions to the physical strain of repetitious movements or
extended periods of body positioning required by many tasks in the workplace.
FIRE ESCAPE-GETTING OUT ALIVE: This Safety Shorts video shows us that the
best way to survive a fire is to have a fire escape. Learn how to plan ahead so
you can get out of the fire and smoke alive.
FIRST AID KITS: Injuries can occur anywhere. Every workplace should have
a first aid kit. This video discusses the different types of kits, proper
placement and maintenance of first aid kits.
FLASHBURN: Arc welding may result in FLASHBURN to the eyes if proper
precautions are not used. Introduce your workers to the damaging effects of
FLASHBURN and how to prevent it.
FORKING AROUND: Students are asked to identify the safety hazards in the
video clips. The clips are played back with narration and graphics depicting the
errors. (This program is mildly humorous)
FUELING A MACHINE: Although a simple procedure, refueling a machine can
be dangerous. This Safety Shorts video serves as a graphic reminder that
creativity in the workplace is no substitute for safety.
GENERAL SAFE WORK PRACTICES: (SPANISH) Outlines basic job
responsibilities, safe work practices such as housekeeping, safe lifting,
personal protective equipment. Meets requirements for training in exposure to
GOLF COURSE MAINTENANCE-Ensure employees work safely while maintaining
your facilities in beautiful condition. Dressing for sun protection, other PPE,
inspection and repair of equipment, battery charging, handling and maintenance,
material safety data sheets
GOOD DRIVING IS AN ATTITUDE: Driving safely is a conscious effort and
good driving begins with a good attitude.
GOOD SAFETY IS GOOD BUSINESS: Safety is good business, both for employers
and employees. It holds down costs, keeps businesses more competitive, and
protects people and jobs.
HABIT DEFENSE-COVERING THE BRAKE-Help drivers reduce their odds of being
involved in an accident. Contains useful techniques for both seasoned & novice
drivers. Precautions, 3 principles of defensive driving, covering the brake-what
it means, when to do it, habit defense & overcoming bad driving habits,
techniques for intersections, hill, arm signals
HANDGUN SAFETY: Details a few simple but impotent rules for handgun
HANDLING GAS CYLINDERS: Gas cylinders containing everything from
Acetylene to Nitrogen and Oxygen are common in most industrial sites. This video
warns against taking these canisters for granted, reminds about their hazardous
potential and demonstrates proper handling and storage techniques.
HANDS UP: This Safety Shorts video alerts you to street robbery and
offers tips to help prevention, day or night.
HAPLESS HAL’S ROADSIDE SAFETY: Unexpected mechanical problems can be a
real headache and a real danger. A humorous step by step approach for dealing
with automobile trouble.
HARD HATS HARD HEADS: This video centers around the first aid for head
injuries. Head injuries that can be avoided by wearing hard hats instead of
trying to have a hard head.
HAVE A CHAIR: Backaches are one of the major causes of lost work time in
the U.S. One of the major causes of backache in the office environment is
improperly adjusted chairs. Learn how office chair adjustment can help employee
HAZ-COM AN OVERVIEW: This video gives us a quick reference guide to
hazardous communication requirements. It’s designed to be an introduction to Haz-Com
requirements, labeling and material date sheets.
HAZARD COMMUNICATIONS : Required by OSHA for training employees who use
chemicals/hazardous materials in the workplace. Also available in DVD
HAZARD COMMUNICATIONS (SPANISH): Required by OSHA for training all
employees in chemicals/hazardous materials used in the workplace. Hazard
Communications explains material safety data sheets, labeling, and basic safety
when using these materials. Also available in DVD
HAZRDOUS SPILL CLEANUP: Excellent program for all persons using oil
solvents and other hazardous materials. Program explains clean up procedures,
emergency action, hazardous waste and provides information to help control the
effects of spills and clean up operations. Also available in DVD
HAZWOPER: Chemical Protection Clothing—Designed to explain different
types of protective clothing, requirements, variety of limitations of protective
clothing and information relating to one of the most important aspects of
HAZWOPER training. Explains potential heat stress related to wearing chemical
protective clothing. Also available in DVD
HAZWOPER: Donning, Doffing & Decontamination—Excellent program designed
to meet the training requirements for the subject title. Explains how to donn
chemical protective clothing, how to properly remove it and decontamination
procedures. Interesting actual HAZWOPER footage of proper decontamination from
real life situations. Also available in DVD
HAZWOPER: Identifying Hazardous Materials—Required training for emergency
responders and 8-hour refresher course. The program is designed to lay the
groundwork for a variety of HAZWOPER skills, including the definitions of TLV,
TWA, TLV-C, methods of exposure, dusts, fumes, gases, compressed gas cylinders
and much more. Can be used to train persons in HAZWOPER or general safety
relating to hazardous waste and chemicals.
HAZWOPER: Medical Surveillance Programs: Medical program requirements,
introduction to program, exposure recordkeeping requirements and heat stress
basics. Excellent program to train employees in the requirements of a Medical
Program for HAZWOPER, program requirements, medical examinations, recordkeeping
and necessary information to meet the raining requirements of annual refresher
training or initial HAZWOPER training requirements. Also available in DVD
HAZWOPER: On-Site Safety Considerations: Program explains different types
of hazards that can be encountered in HAZWOPER operations. This exceptional
program meets basic requirements of an annual refresher training and basic
safety training of lockout/tagout, confined space entry, unsafe conditions,
unsafe acts and the most common physical hazards prevalent in HAZWOPER
operations. Reinforces the HAZWOPER plan requirements and more. Also available
HAZWOPER: Orientation—Explains the basics of HAZWOPER, introduction to
requirements, laws and regulations. Explains minimum emergency plan requirements
and identifies regulations that are applicable to HAZWOPER. Excellent program to
introduce or refresh personnel in their HAZWOPER responsibilities.
HAZWOPER: Respiratory Protection Selections and Use—Basic training
requirements for wearing, selecting, using, storing and handling respirators.
Explains different types of respirators and how to use them. Fit testing
respirators requirements explained and a demonstration of how to properly fit
test respirators included. Also available in DVD
HAZWOPER: Safety and Health Plan—Overview of general safety and health
plan requirements, emergencies incident characterization, remedial actions and
site safety plan creation. Explains site control issues, routine operation,
on-site emergencies, medical care, evacuation procedures and more. Explains
employer responsibilities and emphasizes the importance of testing the plan.
HEADACHES: In this Safety Shorts video learn each kind of headache, its
causes and proper treatment. Emphasis is placed on the two most common headache
types, tension and migraine.
HEALTHCARE SAFE LIFTING: This video discusses lifting safely in the
health care profession.
HEARING THE GOOD THINGS IN LIFE: Long term hearing loss is a major
problem for industrial workers, even through protection is readily available.
This videotape uses humor to make a point. Wearing hearing protection pays.
Also available in DVD
HEAT CAN KILL: Heat strokes and heat exhaustion are ever present in hot
environments. This video covers the signs of heat strokes or exhaustion an d how
to handle it's victims.
HEAT STRESS: (Humorous Program) More illnesses are surfacing from
employees working in abnormally high temperatures, such as in hot warehouse or
warm assembly environment. This video discusses heat stroke, heat stress,
fainting, and precautions to take when working in a hot environment. Also
available in DVD
HOME SAFETY PAST, PRESENT AND FUTURE: Each year, some 20,000 deaths occur
in the home, mostly the results of falls, burns or accidental poisonings. This
Safety Shorts video reminds us to be aware of potential dangers during everyday
HOODS UNDER THE HOOD: Poorly maintained vehicles are like time bombs
waiting to explode. This Safety Short video shows you how to prevent accidents
through basic vehicle safety maintenance.
HOUSEKEEPING GENERAL WORK SPACE: This video covers the need to keep our
work space clean and organized. Proper housekeeping is one of the first steps in
maintaining efficient and safest working conditions.
HOUSEKEEPING IN MANUFACTURING: An important aspect to safety that is
often overlooked or ignored is housekeeping. Good housekeeping can help prevent
workplace accidents, property damage and injuries. Emphasizes everyone's
cooperation and effort keeping their workplace clean, orderly, and safe. Also
available in DVD
HOW TO INVESTIGATE AN ACCIDENT: Teaches supervisors the basics of
accident investigation, the important points to consider when developing facts
for an accident report. Goes through a scenario if an accident investigation.
HOW TO DEVELOP A SAFETY PROGRAM: Designed for supervisors and middle
management. This tape explains how supervisors are the keys to any program and
how to provide safety leadership in a manufacturing environment. Complete
step-by-step program for successfully developing and implementing an effective
safety program. These steps have reduced accidents and injuries by as much as
50% to 75%. Also available in DVD
HURRICANES, TORNADOES, & FLOODS (ENGLISH & SPANISH): Disasters such as
hurricanes, tornadoes, & floods are a threat that everyone should be prepared
for. This program is an excellent guide on what steps to take so that you and
your employees are prepared both at work and at home. Also available in DVD
INDOOR AIR POLLUTION: Examines the sources of indoor air pollutants and
lists a few steps for solving the problem.
INJURY/ILLNESS PREVENTION PLAN: This program chooses the best methods
from a variety of industries and explains how to properly develop an effective
program, as well as how to obtain enforcement of and compliance with your
company’s rules and regulations.
IT ONLY TAKES A SECOND- Also available in DVD
INTERSECTIONS: Intersections are the most dangerous driving situations in
the city. Learn easy techniques to significantly reduce the likelihood that you
will be involved in an intersection accident.
JUDGE, JURY, EXECUTIONER: This video brings home the fact that the
ultimate responsibility for safety lies with each individual. Daily choices
about safety matters may effect not only that day of our lives but, a must see
for general safety conscious.
JUST A LITTLE NIP: This video reminds us to be aware and take
responsibility for alcohol abuse in the workplace.
JUST SAY NO TO DAY-GLO: If not stored properly, hazardous materials could
become a danger to you and those around you. Learn to deal with them safely.
KEEPING IT IN FOCUS: Guidelines and tips are provided in this video on
bringing contact lenses into the workplace.
KNOW YOUR ABC's-FIRE EXTINGUISHERS: This video explains the different
types of fire extinguishers to use for different types of fires.
LADDER SAFETY: Ladders are necessary tools in most work places. Ladders
are also dangerous when taken for granted. This video explains the dangers and
demonstrates the safe use of various types of ladders and portable steps. Also
available in DVD
LADDER SAFETY IN CONSTRUCTION (SPANISH) Designed for step and straight
ladders. Defines safety requirements, belt buckle rule, 4:1 ratio of straight
ladders, how to reduce ladder injuries and unsafe behavior.
LAWN MOWER MAINTENANCE-An excellent tool to educate in field employees.
Ensure they check equipment and keep it ready for use. Daily maintenance steps,
extending engine life of all types of mowers, troubleshooting tips and in field
checks, two-cycle vs. four cycle mowers
LEAD IN PAINT CAN BE DEADLY: Lead in household paint can be a serious
danger to both adults as well as children. This short video shows how to remove
lead paint safely.
LIFTING SAFELY IN CONSTRUCTION (ENGLISH & SPANISH): Back injury is a
major concern in the construction industry. Program demonstrates how the back
functions, safest method of lifting, and prevention of back injury.
LIGHT INDUSTRY TRAINING PROGRAM PART I & II: No description.
LIGHTING UP YOUR LIFE: A humorous view on safe lighting techniques is
covered in this safety shorts video.
LOCK OUT TAG OUT: Meets OSHA's training requirements for "affected" and
"authorized employees. Extremely helpful in training employees working with or
around any type of machinery and equipment.
LONE DRIVER: Basic guidelines to ensure safety when driving alone.
LOOK, LISTEN, & LIVE: Can a company truck or private vehicle win a
face-off with a 100-car train? This and other questions about railroad crossing
safety are answered in this video that every person who drives should see.
LYME DISEASE: Learn how to recognize the symptoms of Lyme Disease and how
it can be prevented.
MACHINE SAFETY GUARDS: This video explains how machine guards work and
offers safety tips for the worker.
MAINTENANCE PERSON SAFETY: Designed for mechanics and maintenance
persons, and explains some of the more important safety requirements of this
trade. Covers electrical safety, machine guarding, and other required training
subjects. Also available in DVD
MATERIAL SAFETY DATA SHEETS: This video outlines the purpose of MSDS,
describes each section of the form and the information therein and how MSDS
sheets can help employees stay informed and work safely.
MOTORCYCLE SAFETY: This video discusses the most frequent causes of
MURDER ON YOUR HANDS: Sam Spade investigates the recent hand injury
increase at Acme Companies. To reduce hand injuries, he recommends wearing the
MY KID'S: Common household hazards are exposed including pesticides,
lead, and sun.
NATURAL DISASTER PREPAREDNESS: Hurricanes can be disastrous. However,
with proper planning fear of such a disaster can be minimized.
NICE TRIP, SEE YA NEXT FALL: The #1 killer in the industry are falls.
This video takes a view of fall protection.
NIGHT DRIVING: This video describes safety tips for nighttime driving on
even the most familiar street and highways.
NIGHT DRIVING TACTICS-Far more accidents occur between dusk and dawn than
during the daylight hours. Increase awareness of increased risk in dark driving
conditions. physics of light, mass, and motion, physiology of vision and
reaction time, how fast is too fast in dark condition, safe driving tips: proper
use of high beams, clean windshield, fog and rain concerns emergencies staying
NO MORE MISTER MEAN SCREEN: Working with computers can be safer and more
relaxing. This video discusses the ergonomics of working with computers.
ON ANY GIVEN DAY: Accidents can happen at any time, often without
warning. Eye-opening statistics and the benefits of regular safety meetings are
covered to encourage employees to pay attention
ONCE TOO MANY: Outlines the rules for entering a confined space to ensure
a healthy exit.
ONE BREATH AWAY: Just one breath is all it takes to die from hydrogen
sulfide poisoning. This Safety Shorts does shows that extra efforts on the part
of all workers on the job site is needed to protect yourself from highly toxic
OSHA 300-NEW RULE: This video explains, step by step, exactly what the
new requirements are and explains in simple language how effective compliance
can be achieved. Also available in DVD
OSHA RECORDKEEPING: Designed for administrative persons responsible for
safety and insurance-related repots. This video explains accident investigation,
proper completion of records, as well as the procedure for hospital/clinic
visits and follow up paperwork. Good program for administrative personnel,
supervisors, and those persons charged with maintaining safety and training
OSHA SAYS YOU MUST TRAIN-
OUTDOOR SAFETY-CRITTERS AND PLANTS: Being aware of the dangers amidst the
beauty and tranquillity of the outdoor world is very valuable. In this safety
shorts video two surveyors unexpectedly come across some hazards and learn more
about outdoor safety.
P.M FOR SKIN CANCER-SLIP, SLOP AND SLAP: Working outdoors can lead to the
exposure of a variety of health risks, including cancer. Show your workers how
to prevent and recognize the disease with the simple precautions shown in this
Safety Shorts video.
PASSENGER OVERBOARD: The nautical theme of a “Man Overboard!” is used to
show how dangerous it is to have workers riding in the backs of pickups and
other trucks. Thousands of workers risk injury and death daily. Prevent needless
injuries using this safety flick.
PERSONAL PROTECTIVE EQUIPMRNT: PPE is often overlooked. Failure to
utilize PPE can have disastrous results. Video emphasizes the importance of
personal protection and addresses hard hats, gloves, eye protection, hearing
protection, and other aspects of PPE. Also available in DVD
PERSONAL PROTECTION: (5 Minutes) This a short program that goes over the
basics of Personal Protection Equipment.
PERSONAL WORK SPACE: Safe work practices can be just as important in an
office of white collar environment as in any area of industry. This video tape
explains that point by example, then reviews good personal work space habits.
PLAYGROUND SAFETY DESIGN & MAINTENANCE-
PNEUMATIC TOOL SAFETY (ENGLISH & SPANISH): Provides general safety
information relating to pneumatic tool use. Topics include PPE, tool inspection,
hazards of compressed air, safe operation of tools and how to properly connect
and disconnect the air hose. Stresses individual responsibility for workplace
PREVENTING CUTS AND LACERATIONS: This video explains how to prevent
PREVENTING FIRE AND BURNS: This video explains how to prevent office
PREVENTING INJURIES ON THE JOBSITE (SPANISH): This is another program to
increase safety awareness and improve personal accountability for behavior on
the job. Excellent program to improve awareness and responsibility in the
company’s safety efforts.
PREVENTING OFFICE FIRES: We tend to overlook fire hazards at the office,
until it’s too late. Employees learn to be aware of this potential danger.
PREVENTING SLIPS & FALLS AND LIFTING INJURIES: This video explains and
prevents slips, falls and lifting injuries on the job.
PREVENTING SLIPS & FALLS: (ENGLISH & SPANISH) Designed to promote
awareness of slips and falls. Covers potential hazards, importance of proper
maintenance and cleaning procedures, and many other aspects of slips and falls
prevention. Focus is on engineering, and enforcement. Also available in DVD
PROTECTING AGAINST AIDS IN THE WORKPLACE: The deadly AIDS virus can be
contacted from a worker who is injured and bleeding. Safe first aid practices
(to a bleeding victim) are demonstrated.
PROTECTIVE EQUIPMENT: Personal protective gear is important. This video
discusses the importance of wearing hard hats, goggles, and other equipment.
PUMPING AIR: Portable air-powered tools are common in the workplace. This
Safety Shorts video shows you how to safely use them without creating any of the
various hazards that can occur.
RAIN EXTREME-Reminds drivers of proper following and stopping distances,
hydroplaning, and dangers posed by standing water and soft road shoulders.
RAPE AWARENESS: This Safety Shorts video discusses facts and offers
preventative tips about brutal, violent and degrading crime-rape.
READY SET HURRICANE: Step-by-step visual instruction on how to strengthen
your home’s most vulnerable points.
REPETITIVE STRAIN INJURIES: This video demonstrates ways to prevent
strain injuries as an increasing occupational hazard.
RESPIRATOR OVERVIEW: This program covers up-to-date information on the
proper procedure for selecting respirators for a particular hazard. Proper
fitting procedures are outlined. Explains respirator capabilities and
limitations, emergency situations, inspection, seal checks, exposure symptoms,
ROAD CONSTRUCTION AHEAD: An action-packed video with all the awesome
earth-moving & road construction equipment your kids will love to watch.
ROAD RAGE: This fifteen minute video presentation covers the rationale
for keeping cool, calm and controlled in today’s stressful and potentially
dangerous driving environment. It highlights common situations that can trigger
conflicts between driver.
ROLLOVER EXTREME-Discusses the factors that cause rollovers: speed, wind,
inattentive driving, and “phantom vehicles”.
ROAD WORK EXTREME-Reviews how to manage vehicles in and around road
Work zones, necessary precautions and what special hazards to be on the lookout
SAFE & AWAKE: Humorous monologue that illustrates the importance of a
“SAFE attitude. Covers lifting techniques as well.
SAFETY AND THE SUPERVISOR (ENGLISH): Supervisors are responsible for
safety, not the company safety manager. Explains a safety program, how the
supervisor's actions, enforcement of afety rules, and legal respinsibilities are
the key factors in an effective program.
SAFETY AND THE SUPERVISOR (SPANISH): This program explains a safety
program, and also how the supervisor's actions and enforcement of rules are key
factors in an effective program, and legal responsibilities of the supervisor. A
great program for new safety supervisors.
SAFE LIFTING HEALTHCARE SERIES- Also available in DVD
SAFETY COMMITTEES: With limited time by the manufacturing industry,
effective safety committees may be difficult to achieve. Safety committees can
become a burden rather than providing a benefit. This program deals with
effective safety committees within a limited amount of time. Also available in
SAFETY IS YOUR RESPONSIBILITY: This presentation illustrates the
importance of keeping safety in mind while on the job and keeping personal
matters at home.
SAFETY ORIENTATION “IT BEGINS WITH YOU”: Also available in DVD
SAFETY ORIENTATION FOR AUTOMOTIVE PERSONNEL
SAFETY ORIENTATION FOR HOUSEKEEPING & MAINTENANCE IN HEALTHCARE
SAFETY PROGRAMS: This video reminds us that both employees and employers
share an equal responsibility for making sure safety program work.
SAFETYMAN vs. THE MASKED MENACE: Each year thirteen and a half million
people are injured in falls and 14,000 die as a result. Do your workers know the
correct safety procedures to help prevent fall accidents? This Safety Shorts
video covers these topics.
SALMONELLA-THE ENEMY WITHIN: This video reports on the most common food
SCAFFOLDING SAFETY: Falls from scaffolding cause hundreds of deaths every
year. This Safety Shorts video illustrates proper safety procedures for working
SELF HELP FOR BACK PAIN: An understanding of what causes most back
injuries and the application of a little common sense and a lot of caution go a
long way toward prevention. Simple back exercises to be done on a regular
schedule are demonstrated in this video.
SELF HELP HEIMLICH: Save a life of a choking victim even yourself with
this lifesaving procedure.
SELF INTEREST OF SAFETY: This motivational Safety Shorts video shows that
the one benefiting from a safe working method is the individual employee.
“Working isn’t something you do for management sake-it’s something you do for
SEXUAL HARASSMENT-YOUR RIGHTS & RESPONSIBILITIES: Sexual harassment is
illegal in the workplace. In this Safety Shorts video, learn the law & their
ramifications for today’s workers.
SHOCK HAZARDS POWER TOOLS: Check that power tool before use to prevent a
SLAG INJURIES TO THE EYE: Slag in the eye can be prevented with proper
eye wear. If an inquiry does occur, it must be treated properly to avoid further
SMALL BUS TYPE A/B PRECISION-Ensure bus drivers are not guessing if they
have enough space when attempting a turn. This systematic approach helps them
decide: Importance of lane position, correct turning point of the bus,
determining the turning range, turning zone, 5-count mirror system
SMITH SYSTEM % KEYS TO SAFE DRIVING: An Excellent program designed to
illustrate safe driving techniques. covers the five keys to safe driving using
the "Smith System". A must sees for any employee who operates truck or vehicles
on the road.
SMOKING: Every year millions of smokers in America attempt to kick the
habit. This video reports on proper methods & effectiveness.
SOBER THOUGHTS ON DRINKING & DRIVING: This video is about drinking and
SORRY I DIDN’T HEAR THAT: Noise on the job site can impair your hearing.
This video helps you to become aware of it’s seriousness.
STAR WITNESS ACCIDENT REPORTING: Observing the details of an accident and
reporting it can save you valuable time any money.
STATIC ELECTRICITY: Reduce the occurrence of static electric sparks and
their damage using tips from this Safety Shorts video.
STOP THE BLEEDING: With severe bleeding, quick and proper action is
vital. The basic first aid procedures are demonstrated.
STRESS & SAFETY
STRIKE ONE FOR SAFETY: Bone and joint injuries can occur at work or at
play. This Safety Shorts video details just how important learning the proper
steps and techniques can mean.
SYSTEM LIFTING (ENGLISH & SPANISH): The most comprehensive and up-to-date
back injury prevention video on the market. “Bend your legs, not your back” is
not enough. This video explains system lifting, or being aware of how your back
anatomy and lifting technique work together to prevent injuries.
TAG YOU’RE IT: This video emphasizes the necessity of shutting down and
locking out machinery prior to making repairs.
TEAM BUILDING: No description.
TEST TAPE 1 and 2: This video is designed to test your memory of the
previous eleven SAFETY SHORTS videos. See how well you can do!
THE ANTHRAX THREAT: Gives a detailed summary of what anthrax is, how
someone can become infected and how the infection affects the body. If you or
your company receives a suspicious letter or package, knowing what steps to take
to deal with the situation are vital to minimizing risk. Also available in DVD
THE BIG REACH I: Take a hard look at the do’s and don'ts of basic crane
use. The key to crane operation safety is properly trained operators as is
discussed in this Safety Shorts video.
THE BIG STRETCH: Just as in sports, a warm up period is a good idea in a
workplace. This videotape demonstrates both the need and various techniques for
limbering up and staying limber while on the job.
THE BREATH OF LIFE: Oxygen. Without a constant supply of oxygen, brain
cells can be irreparably damaged. This video explains that.
THE FIRST HUNT: Before taking the first shot, proper hunting safety
instruction is a must. The video helps you along the right path.
THE FIRST LINE OF DEFENSE: This video demonstrates the need for readily
available fire extinguishers in every work environment. Proper selection and
safe operating procedures are stressed.
THE FIRST STEP TO DANGER: A nasty fall can hurt more than pride. The
reason falls from stairways occur and some suggestions on preventing them is
THE FIVE MINUTE INSPECTION: Professional truck drivers need to make sure
that their equipment is properly inspected and maintained. Learn the right steps
for proper inspection.
THE GOOD THE BAD AND THE JETSKI WATERCRAFT: How to safely operate a
THE GORY STORY FIRE PREVENTION: This video is the most motivating high
impact video on the market. Fires are an everyday occurrence, but little
attention is paid to fire prevention. This video will have a long term effect on
employees relating to causes, prevention and emergency action. Guaranteed to
improve your company's fire prevention effort. Extremely graphic scenes of burns
and fire injuries.
THE GORY STORY HAND WRIST INJURIES: This program is a true account of a
maintence person who has his arm crushed by improper use of a crane, dropping a
weight on his arm. Shows various stages of the injury, through surgery and
finally, the end of treatment and back to work. Viewing this video will
definitely leave a lasting impression, particularly those who have "worked for
20 years without an accident". The subject of the video has a 25 year record of
accident free work history. His life was changed considerably after the
THE HEIMLICH MANEUVER: (Preventing choking ”The Hug of Life”) A Red Cross
approved training which possibly prevents a death by suffocation due to
checking. Recognize the symptoms of choking and how to perform the HEIMLICH
Maneuver on the victim.
THE HISTORY OF ASBESTOS: Outlines the historical use of asbestos and
overviews it’s status in industry today.
THE INVISIBLE KILLER-CARBON MONOXIDE: Carbon Monoxide is a potential
killer that strikes without warning. This video covers the basic signs of carbon
monoxide build up and basic treatment for exposure.
THE RIGHT TOOL: A tool that’s the wrong size or is used the wrong way
won’t get the job done—and can lead to injury. This Safety Shorts video
illustrates how to select and use the right tool.
THE SAFETY MENTOR: This video teaches safety to the worker and offers
tips on how it can be used in the workplace to prevent accidents. This video is
a reminder that respirators are a requirement, not an option in many industrial
activities. Classifications of respirators for hazard protection are discussed
and proper usage and maintenance of respirators is
THE SIGNAL: Cranes are a common sight around most heavy industry and
construction. They can become a great danger to all workers in all job site
categories. This video explains the importance of knowing and understanding the
standard hand signals for crane operations.
THE SILENT EPIDEMIC: Today AIDS is the most popular sexual transmitted
disease (STD). There are many other STD’S that strike millions of Americans
every year, but very little is heard of them. Using this Safety Shorts video
will help alert you or your employees to the dangers of STD’S.
THE SKIN GAME: Using a live football broadcast, this video humorously
illustrates basic procedures for preventing
THERMAL BURNS: Learn proper first aid procedures for treating thermal
burns before EM’S arrive on the scene.
TIMING IS EVERYTHING: Viewers are alerted to the potential dangers of
shiftwork and how it can be avoided.
TO HEAR THE BIRDS SING: A worker’s lungs are a highly vulnerable area for
sickness and even death in the workplace. This video is a reminder that
respirators are a requirement, not an option in many industrial activities.
Classifications of respirators for hazard protection are discussed and proper
usage and maintenance of respirators is demonstrated.
TO STOP A THIEF: Last year over a million cars were stolen in the United
States. Follow a small town reporter on the trail of a stolen car and pick up
tips on how to protect your personal and/or company car from being the next
seized in this Safety video.
TOXIC TIME BOMBS: A training program on hazard communications.
TOXINS & POISONS (SPANISH)- An excellent program to remind your employees
that working with toxic substances requires a high level of caution. Includes:
chemical characteristics & effects on the body; PPE, handling labeling &
storage; accidents procedures & first aid.
TRAFFIC CONTROL: Poor traffic control leads to accidents and lawsuits.
This is an excellent program addressing all aspects of traffic control common to
contractors and public agencies. Signing, cones, warning devices, flagging and
more are covered.
TRAFFIC EXTREME-Discusses how to avoid heavy traffic and how to stay safe
and calm in
Congested traffic situations.
TREE TRIMMING SAFETY: This video explains the safety and maintenance
considerations for working with chains saws, chippers, high-lift trucks, and
general tree trimming safety.
TRENCHING AND SHORING: Meets training requirements for those persons
assigned the job of trenching and shoring. Explains the safety rules,
requirements, procedures and emergency procedures. Also available in DVD
TRENCHING SAFETY I: Trenching work has a fatality rate of 112% more than
that for construction work in general. Safe trenching guidelines are provided in
this basic video.
TRUCKING ACCIDENTS & BREAKDOWNS-Comply with required procedures for 49
CFR 392.22, 392.40, and 392.41. Covers 7-step accident response: Federal
regulations on trucking accidents, post-accident actions minimize hazards,
documenting and reporting accidents, what not to do in case of an accident,
proper response for breakdowns
TRUCKING LEFT & SPECIALIZED TURNS-Give your tractor-trailer drivers
proven techniques to use when performing left turns or other difficult
maneuvers. Includes: encroachment, correct pivot points, sight patterns, and
control of driving lanes
UNDERGROUND LOCATION: No description.
UP IN SMOKE: Flammable liquids are a part of most environments and it is
up to the worker to take proper precautions for both usage and storage. This
reminds all employees to be responsible and demonstrates responsible procedures.
UPDATED TRAINING FOR EMPERIENCED OPERATORS: This video is comprehensive
and helps meet the new OSHA training requirements for forklift operators. Topics
include general safe operating procedures, engineering principles, centers of
gravity, fulcrum points, raised loads, rear wheel steering and much more. A
great program for training experienced operators on the new regulations.
VIDEO DISPLAY TERMINAL SAFETY: Directed towards individuals using VDTs.
Discusses the myths about electromagnetic radiation and other effects of VDT
usage. VDTs are safe if properly used. Explains how to avoid eye strain and
persistent neck and backaches when working with VDTs.
VIOLENCE IN THE WORKPLACE- Also available in DVD
WATCH YOUR LOAD: It isn’t always the driver ahead of you that presents
the biggest hazard. The load in your own vehicle may be a major hazard to
driving safety. This videotape cautions against hazard loading and unrestrained
cargo in every sort of vehicle, then demonstrates some proper loading and load
WHAT’S IT ALL ABOUT: Warehouse Hazcom
WHAT’S WRONG WITH THIS PICTURE?: A fresh approach to video-based
training. Students area asked to identify safety hazards in workplace video
clips. The segments are repeated explaining what hazards or unsafe acts exist.
This method demands employee participation making the training more interesting
to employees tired of standard safety videos. Also available in DVD
WHAT IS CARELESSNESS: Everyone has a tendency to blame most accidents on
carelessness which is really a meaningless term when you're trying to determine
the cause of any accident. This program identifies the more common
misconceptions about the word "carelessness" and stress the cause(s) of many
accidents wrongly identified as carelessness. Also available in DVD
WHEN EVERY SECOND COUNTS: Learn what to do if you ever find yourself
submerged in a canal. This video produced by WPTV channel five details an escape
WHEN LIGHTNING STRIKES: Take a trip to the 20th century, with guide Ben
Franklin, to learn more about
WHERE ARE YOU HANDS: By posing the question “where are your hands?” This
video illustrates that this is the key question to keep in mind (at all times)
while working with machinery and power tools.
WOMEN & HEART DISEASE:
YOUR GUIDE TO SERIOUS FUN: How to responsibly use a jetski.
YOUR HEART AN OWNERS MANUAL: How healthy is your heart? This Safety
Shorts video shows what you can do to reduce your chance of a heart attack.
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