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Accident Causes (AC)  (back to top)

AC 1

Accidents: “It Can’t Happen To Me”: Explains how incidents occur and how they could have been prevented.  Includes interviews with people who have been involved in accidents, injuries, or “near misses.” 

Don Brown Productions - 10 minutes

AC2A
1994

Accident Causes and Prevention: Describes the most common cause of accidents, unsafe acts, and how to prevent them.

Don Brown Productions - 11 minutes

AC2B
1994

Accident Causes and Prevention: Describes the most common cause of accidents, unsafe acts, and how to prevent them.

Don Brown Productions - 11 minutes

AC 3
1995

This video is no longer available.

AC 4
1996

Blows & Contusions: Describes the ways in which employees can suffer blows, contusions, lumps, etc. while unloading vehicles and handling/unpacking shipments.  Also reviews what to do in case someone becomes injured.

National Safety Council - 10 minutes

AC 5
1999

 

 

Accident Causes and Prevention: Developed to motivate and instruct healthcare staff to follow the rules and job procedures; exercise good judgment; and associate the potential hazards with the job. Reinforces the fact that 85-95% of all accidents are caused by unsafe acts, and emphasizes the profit and productivity losses associated with accidents.

Long Island Productions, Inc - 9 minutes

AC 6

Accidents Aren’t Just One of Those Things:  Experiences and stories addressing many important safety issues that all employees need to hear are shared with a live audience:

American Training Resources - 20 minutes

AC 7

Human Aspects of Safety - How to Prevent Accidents: This program analyzes unsafe acts in the workplace and how to avoid them. All humans have the same basic needs – to be safe, secure, have enough to eat and have a happy life. Some of the things that apply to almost everyone during our work day – how do we prevent accidents - we follow safety rules, policies and procedures.

Digital-2000 - 10 minutes

Americans With Disabilities Act (AD)  (back to top)

AD 1
1994

Partners In Compliance: A local official’s guide to the American’s with Disabilities Act (ADA).  

TeleSpan - 13 minutes

AD 2
1997

Americans With Disabilities Act: Explains the sections of the federal anti-discrimination statute, workspace accommodations, accessibility to public facilities, and applications in hiring and firing.

Long Island Productions - 14 minutes

AD 3
1997

Americans With Disabilities Act Awareness: informative orientation regarding ADA etiquette and behavior, being comfortable and confident with people who are disabled or have communication disabilities and identifying and removing unintentional barriers. 

Long Island Productions - 25 minutes

Accident Investigations (AI)  (back to top)

AI 1
1994

Accident Investigation For Municipal Employees:  Explains the elements of an investigation--how to investigate the accident site, interview injured employees/witnesses, write an impartial report, recommend corrective action, etc. 

National Safety Council - 18 minutes

AI 2
2000

Investigating an Arson: Since the cause of many fires is not immediately known, treat each fire scene as a potential crime scene and take the appropriate steps.

American Re-Insurance - 120 minutes

Alzheimer's/Dementia (AZ)  (back to top)

AZ 1
2005

Creating a Safe Haven:  This presentation will help you discover how to create an environment that enhances a sense of comfort. You'll see how to address physical changes that will enable the person's independence and decrease disorientation; such as paint colors, flooring, furniture, and space planning. By adding significant, familiar items, we can create stimulating journeys down a hallway, create safe havens within their rooms, and make common areas look, feel and smell like a kitchen, a living room, or a dining room from their childhood. This combination of elements will help a person with person with Alzheimer's find greater peace in their environment.

Enhanced Moments - 193 minutes

AZ 2
2005

Creating Moments of Joy:  In this presentation, you’ll be sure to catch the visions. A vision that we will soon look beyond the challenges of Alzheimer’s disease and focus more of our energy on creating moment of joy. It’s impossible to create a perfectly wonderful day, but you sure can create perfectly wonderful moments. Joy comes from triggering fond childhood memories, singing a favorite song, sharing simple pleasure and reviving their spirits. Catch the speaker’s energy and go away with fun, simply ways to bring joy into everyday.

Enhanced Moments - 177 minutes

AZ 3
2005

Enhanced Dining:  Mealtimes are often highlights of the day, yet they can be the most stressful times, too. This idea-packed presentation shares activities, verbal and visual cues to trigger the dining experience. Find out the many reasons why a person may not be eating and gain solutions to enhance mealtimes. This presentation will help you restore the pleasure of dining to those who need it most.

Enhanced Moments - 77 minutes

AZ 4
2005

Family Moments:  This presentation opens new doors in the journey with Alzheimer’s. You’ll see that families have the knowledge to build a bridge between the care provider, and the person with Alzheimer’s. Families can share missing details, create links to a person’s mind, and assist in giving back their greatness. The upbeat speaker educates families about how to move, what to move, how to visit and what to expect. Once families understand dementia and how to apply the knowledge they hold, they can become “helpers” in the disease process. Creating a solid foundation is an opportunity to get everyone started on the right foot.

Enhanced Moments - 177 minutes

AZ 5
2005

It's Saturday Night:  After this presentation, you’ll see that there are understandable reasons why people with dementia do not like the bathing process. The solution-focused speaker addresses some of the reasons, and helps spark a new understanding. This understanding will help reduce negative reactions by changing the bathing process. Answering the questions of when, where, and how people have always taken a bath, will help offer more familiarity – and comfort – during the bathing process. Lastly, the energetic speaker will pass on practical solutions that have worked for other care providers.

Enhanced Moments - 62 minutes

AZ 6
2005

Memory Enhanced Activities:  As this presentation unfolds, you’ll see that even though we cannot give those with Alzheimer’s back their memories, we can give them an experience that triggers their memory. They may not understand what you are saying, but they are more likely to understand what they see, touch, smell and hear. Learn ways to trigger memories by giving them their “stuff” back. It’s not about the big things we do. It’s about the simple pleasures we share everyday.

Enhanced Moments - 171 minutes

Behavior-Based Safety (BB)  (back to top)

BB 1
Unk.

Leading Indicators: It's the Little Things: This DVD focuses on three primary leading indicators: shortcuts, snap decisions and complacency (the silent killer).

American Training Resources - 27 minutes

BB 2
Unk.

 

How to Keep a Positive Attitude: This two-disc set of audio CDs features a motivational speaker who will show you how to feel great and achieve incredible results in your lifes, no excuses.

Village Heros - Time unknown

BB 4
2006

Chad Hymas Live:  At the age of 27, Chad Hymas' life changed instantaneously when an accident left him a quadriplegic.  Since that time Chad has been recognized by the state of Utah as the Superior Civilian of the Year.  On stage, Chad Hymas will not only inspire, motivate, and move you, he will create a personal experience that will touch your heart for a lifetime.

Chad Hymas Communications, Inc. - 30 minutes

Building Codes/Building Inspectors (BC)  (back to top)

BC 1
1996

Contractors, Codes and Conflict: Developed for Building Inspectors. Explains how to deal with communication issues that may arise with contractors. Covers how to be civil, avoid escalation traps, provide a face-saving opportunity, etc.   

Washington State Energy Office - 25 minutes

BC 2
1996

Sentinels of Safety: Building Code Inspector responsibilities, importance of position and function related to contractor, public, etc. 

International Building Officials  - 19 minutes

BC 3
1996

Bringing Down the Barriers: Designed for Building Inspectors.  Provides an overview of the CABO/ANSI 117.1-1992 building accessibility standards.

International Building Officials - 25 minutes

Back Injury Prevention / Lifting Safely (BI)  (back to top)

BI 2
1994

Lifting Safely with Flex Supports: Outlines how to lift safely and how to use back support devices.  Explains what belts can and cannot do. 

Don Brown Productions - 10 minutes

Series

A Bit About Backs (3 parts)

BI 6
1997

Module 1: Back Basics: Covers elements of the back, A power position of the spine, the cumulative nature of back injuries and 24 hour-a-day risks. 

CLMI  - 15 minutes

BI 7
1997

Module 2: Risks Factors: Reviews position, force, repetition, and other risk factors. 

CLMI  - 15 minutes

BI 8
1997

Module 3: Prevention Strategies: Covers sleeping, sitting, standing, lifting, stretching and warming up.

CLMI  - 15 minutes

BI 9
1997

Back Functions and Exercises: Portrays the spine structure and explains how the back muscles work to protect the back.  Demonstrates basic strengthening exercises. 

Emergency Film Group  - 17 minutes

BI 10
1997

Correct Posture And Lifting: Teaches proper posture and neutral alignment of the torso to decrease strain on the spine.  Stresses lifting techniques to avoid back injuries. 

Emergency Film Group  - 12 minutes

BI 11
1997

Protecting The Back At Work: Demonstrates ergonomically-correct method of performing common work-related tasks. 

Emergency Film Group - 12 minutes

BI 12
1999

Back Safety for Landscape, Maintenance, and Custodial Workers: Describes methods of avoiding costly back injuries with proper training on lifting and carrying. Teaches body mechanics and exercise, proper lifting techniques, pushing loads, two-person lifts, back braces, and mechanical devices. 

Long Island Productions, Inc. - 20 minutes

BI 13

Back in Step: Urges us to keep our back healthy and prevent future back problems. Keeping an object close to the body is necessary when lifting heavy weights. 

Prevention Plus Inc. - 50 minutes

BI 14
1994

On the Road: The Lighter Side of Lifting: Describes the correct way of lifting to prevent back injury. It shows proper weight training methods that use the least amount of power and stress.

Prevention Plus Inc - 22 minutes

 

BI 15
2000

Stretching Out at Work: Focuses on the importance of stretching and warming up before starting work.  Stretching helps employee’s be more efficient and can reduce pain and risk of injury.  Different types of stretching are introduced. 

Prevention Plus Inc - 12 minutes

Series
1999

Take 5: For Health & Safety (2 Parts)

Shows the ergonomically correct positions for sitting, standing, lifting, and stretching. Knowing the correct posture minimizes the force of a movement, decreasing the risk of back and neck injuries. 

Prevention Plus Inc

BI 16

Take 5: For Health & Safety, Part 1

25 minutes

BI 17

Take 5: For Health & Safety, Part 2

16 minutes

BI 18
1997

The Back Buddy and Clever Lever: Shows how the Back Buddy and Clever Lever can prevent injuries, lower insurance premiums, improve productivity, and save time and money. 

Safe Shot Tools - 10 minutes

Blood Borne Pathogens (BP)  (back to top)

BP 1
1994

Blood Borne Pathogens: Covers the essential topics of blood borne pathogens.

National Safety Council - 25 minutes

BP 3
1996

Safe Practices For Custodial Workers: Demonstrates how to clean up spills, proper removal-disposal of needles, personal protective equipment for cleaning up blood borne pathogens, safety tips for working with floor machines, etc. 

Siegel & Associates  - 25 minutes

BP 8

Bloodborne Pathogens Training for Employees:  Many workers make the mistake of thinking that only healthcare providers are at risk from exposure to bloodborne pathogens, but almost all employees in the workforce can be exposed, often when they least expect it. Viewers will learn the hazards associated with bloodborne pathogens and how to protect themselves from exposure to these hazards by following universal precautions in each and every potential exposure situation.

American Training Resources - 18 minutes

BP 9

Controlling Exposure to Bloodborne Pathogens:  This program concentrates on the risks of bloodborne pathogens and the precautions necessary. This course is directed at occupational exposures of bloodborne pathogens.

Digital-2000 - 18 minutes

Series
BP 4. BP 5, BP 6

 

Silent War - Infection Control for Law Enforcement (3 Parts)

Chemical Safety (CH)  (back to top)

CH 3
1996

Hazardous Chemicals: Describes the risk factors associated with handling and being around chemicals.  

National Safety Council - 10 minutes

CH 4

Safe Practices for Pesticide Applicators:  Covers how to safely mix, load, and apply pesticides, proper protective clothing, emergency procedures, cleaning clothes properly, etc. 

Siegel & Associates - 8 Minutes

Series
2000

Fun with Chemistry (3 Parts)

This entertaining and educational program of chemical reactions encourages emergency responders to pay chemicals the respect they deserve.  Excellent instruction for anyone involved in emergency response or who works with chemicals. 

Emergency Film Group

CH 5

Fun with Chemistry, Part 1

49 minutes

CH 6

Fun with Chemistry, Part 2

55 minutes

CH 7

Fun with Chemistry, Part 3

58 minutes

Confined Space Entry (CS)  (back to top)

CS 2
1994

Underground Safety: Confined Space Entry: Provides an overview of testing and entry procedures.  Explains the duties of entrants and attendants.  Also outlines emergency plans and how to monitor for changing conditions. 

National Safety Council - 10 minutes

CS 3
1996

Life Saving Thru Air Monitoring: Excellent refresher for anyone who uses air monitoring equipment in confined spaces.  Explains the types of gas/oxygen deficiencies, and continuous air monitoring techniques.

Don Brown Productions  - 12 minutes

Drug and Alcohol Training (DA)  (back to top)

Series

Drug and Alcohol Abuse and Misuse (3 parts)

DA 1
2007

Part 1: Drug and Alcohol Training for CDL Drivers: Reviews the signs and symptoms of alcohol and drug abuse, and explains alcohol/drug testing procedures.  Also includes an interview with a recovering alcoholic and substance abuse professional. 

AMS - 65 minutes

DA 2
2007

Part 2: Alcohol Misuse Training for Transportation Supervisors: Shows the effects of alcohol misuse on drivers, and the effects of driving at .04% BAC.  Also provides an understanding of evidentiary breath testing devices.  

AMS  - 45 minutes

DA 3
2007

Part 3: Substance Abuse Training for Transportation Supervisors: Covers the signs and symptoms of substance abuse, describes the tests that are required under Part 382, and when they must be administered.  Also includes an interview with a substance abuse professional.  

AMS - 60 minutes

DA 5
1999

 

 

DOT - Alcohol Supplement: Intended to be seen in conjunction with DA-4, this video was developed to comply with the DOT alcohol abuse training requirements for supervisors of CDL drivers. Five scenarios based on five types of testing are presented to reinforce the training. Drug testing rules and the effects of low-level alcohol use on job performance are discussed. 

Long Island Productions - 68 minutes

DA 6
1999

 

 

DOT Drug Abuse for Supervisors and Managers: This comprehensive video covers the effects of drugs on the body, as well as the signs and symptoms to look for in employees. Covers marijuana, stimulants, and opiates. Encourages detailed documentation and avoiding direct contact. 

Long Island Productions, Inc.  - 56 minutes

DA 7
1999

 

 

DOT Alcohol Abuse: Covers detailed effects of alcohol on the brain and gastrointestinal systems; impairment as blood alcohol levels increase; symptoms and workplace signs in all stages of alcoholism; and documentation and intervention steps. 

Long Island Productions, Inc - 58 minutes

Defensive Driving (DD)  (back to top)

DD 1
1995

On the Road Safety: Great program for the waste hauler.  Reviews the safe driving formula, vehicle inspection, stopping distance, speed, etc.

Don Brown Productions - 12 minutes

DD 2
1996

Backing Safely: Covers tips to avoid backing, specific steps for safely backing, backing with a helper, etc. 

National Safety Council - 12 minutes

DD 3
1996

Low Visibility and Driving: Learn about fog/snow/rain, night driving, oversized vehicles, obstacles within the vehicle, effect of shadows, etc. 

National Safety Council - 10 minutes

DD 4
1996

The Ultimate Driving Challenge: Developed by General Motors.  Presents 20 multiple choice questions that challenge viewers to think about common driving hazards.  

National Safety Council - 10 minutes

DD 5
1996

Winter Driving: Reviews braking/accelerating, turning, skidding, use of show chains, etc. while driving on ice and show.  

Safety Shorts - 5 minutes

DD 6

Semi Conscious: Driver Education:  According to the U.S. Department of Transportation, 5,000 people die every year in crashes involving large trucks and passenger vehicles. This video tells how motorists can safely share the road with commercial vehicles. 

U.S. Department of Transportation - 13 minutes

Electrical / Fire Safety (EF)  (back to top)

EF 1
1995

Basic Electrical Safety in the Workplace: Program is designed to make employees aware of basic electrical safety in the workplace.  Reviews what to look for when using/inspecting plugs, cords, cables, and hand held power tools or disconnecting electrical switches. 

Don Brown Productions - 11 minutes

EF 2
1995

Fire Extinguisher Training:  Explains the various classes of fire, types of fire extinguishers, and provides tips on how to use a fire extinguisher in an emergency situation. 

Don Brown Productions - 9 minutes

EF 3
1996

Flammable Liquids Safety: Explains LEL, UEL, flashpoints, etc. that employees working with flammables should know and understand.

Don Brown Productions - 9 minutes

EF 4
1996

Fire Safety – There’s No Second Chance: Teaches employees what causes fires, how to prevent them and what to do in the event of a fire. 

Coastal - 20 minutes

EF 5
1999

 

 

Electrical Safety: This program concentrates on the every-day encounters that electricians and other maintenance personnel have with electricity below 600 volts. Case histories are given, and safety attitudes are discussed. Other subjects addressed include circuits, fuses, grounding, lockout, and insulation. 

Tel-A-Train - 27 minutes

EF 6
1999

Electrical Principles: Program is designed to teach employees the basics about electricity. Items covered include how electricity works; electrical circuits; proper grounding; and circuit protection devices. An excellent introductory program for Anon-electricians personnel.

Coastal - 14 minutes

EF 7
1999

Pre-Trip Inspection of Fire Apparatus:  Explains the basic systems that are found on fire apparatus and demonstrates how to inspect an emergency vehicle.

FETN - 21 minutes

EF 8
1999

Firefighter II:  Emergency Vehicle Operation, Part 1:  Explains the different elements that need to be considered when safely operating an emergency vehicle.

FETN - 28 minutes

EF 9
1999

Firefighter II:  Emergency Vehicle Operations, Part 2:  Provides case histories and statistics of line-of-duty deaths resulting from emergency vehicle accidents.  Includes a discussion of lessons to be learned from those accidents. 

FETN - 28 minutes

EF 10
1999

Firefighter II:  Legal Aspects of Emergency Vehicle Operations:  Shows latest statistics on line-of-duty deaths resulting from emergency vehicle accidents.  Explains the rights and responsibilities of emergency vehicle operators; covers laws that apply to emergency vehicle operators.  Distinguishes criminal and civil liability.

FETN - 28 minutes

Heavy Equipment Safety (ES)  (back to top)

ES 2
1994

Dump Truck Safety: Describes the pre-startup procedures, brake systems, dumping techniques, and general safety while operating the unit.

Don Brown Productions - 15 minutes

ES 3
1996

Snowplow Safety: Focuses on equipment inspection, positioning of the truck, use of mirrors, defensive driving techniques, etc.

National Safety Council - 23 minutes

ES 4A
1996

Underground Safety:  Heavy Equipment Operation (Copy 1): Covers the do’s and don’ts when working on and around backhoes and other excavation equipment; the proper use of hydraulics; plus safe load carrying and earth-moving methods. 

National Safety Council  - 10 minutes

ES 4B

Underground Safety:  Heavy Equipment Operation (Copy 2)

ES 7

 

 

Snow Removal Techniques - Plowing Tips from the Pros: Provides instruction for snowplow operators from the pre-trip inspection to the post-trip report, including the dangers in-between. The video shows equipment saving techniques that can be put to work instantly.

VISTA - 23 minutes

ES 9

 

 

It Always Happens to the Other Guy: Produced by John Deere with the assistance of the National Safety Council, this video utilizes professional stuntmen in realistic construction equipment roll-over accidents. The video makes construction equipment operators take stock of the dangers they face every day on the job.

VISTA - 21 minutes

ES 10

On Again; Off Again:  a guide to mounting an dismounting heavy equipment.

PERI and Oklahoma Commissioners - 25 minutes

Excavation and Trenching (EX)  (back to top)

EX 5A
1997

Underground Safety:  Trench Shields (Copy 1):  The safe use of Trench Shields can be a life and death matter to a sewer or water construction worker.  This film highlights several key practices for the safe use of Trench shields. 

Underground Contractors Association - 12 minutes

EX 5B
1997

Underground Safety:  Trench Shields (Copy 2): The safe use of Trench Shields can be a life and death matter to a sewer or water construction worker.  This film highlights several key practices for the safe use of Trench shields. 

Underground Contractors Association - 12 minutes

EX 6
1997

Underground Safety:  Pipe Handling: Hazards to avoid and the safe way to handle pipe.

Underground Contractors Association - 10 minutes

EX 7
1997

Underground Safety:  Jobsite Hazards: Identifies hazards that may be found at virtually every underground site.  

Underground Contractors Association - 10 minutes

EX 8
1999

 

 

Shoring Safety: Covers the common types of shoring systems (timber, aluminum hydraulic, and screw jack) and their associated components, as well as general safety precautions required when working in or around excavations. Also summarizes the classifications of soils according to OSHA standards. 

Zomar Productions - 20 minutes

EX 9
1999

 

 

Trenching and Excavation Safety: An excellent video for use as an introduction to new employees or for a refresher for experienced employees. Explains the hazards associated with excavations, the causes of trench cave-ins, and appropriate methods for protecting workers. Also discusses the types and uses of common sloping, shielding, and shoring systems. 

Zomar Productions - 18 minutes

EX 10

Get the Dirt: Explains safe digging processes that can help protect you, your crews, and others from the potential dangers of damaging underground utility lines.

Dig Safely - 9 minutes

EX 11

Seeing Is Believing:  Safely exposing buried utilities

VISTA - 30 minutes

Basic First Aid (FA)  (back to top)

FA 1
1996

Skin Care: Describes simple ways to protect your skin against the pain and inconvenience of dermatitis.  

National Safety Council - 10 minutes

FA 3
1999

An Ounce of Prevention: Basic First Aid.  This program informs the viewer of the first aid procedures and preventative measures for common injuries, accidents, and exposures. It covers drowning and dive injuries; sunburn and heat-related injuries; frostbite; animal, poisonous snake, and insect bites and stings; and exposure to poisonous plants. Also discussed are treatment for allergic reaction and anaphylactic shock.  

Tel-A-Train - 14 minutes

Hazard Communication/HAZWOPER (HC)  (back to top)

HC 1
1994

Hazard Communication: Identifies labeling requirements and materials that are exempt from the standard, and explains how to read a Material Safety Data Sheet (MSDS).  It also covers the reasons why a written inventory must be kept of all workplace chemicals.

National Safety Council - 15 minutes

HC 2
1994

Hazard Communication: A Guide to Compliance: Provides an overview of the standard=s requirements and easy to follow procedures for establishing a compliance program. 

CLMI - 16 minutes

HC 3
1994

Hazardous Chemicals: Explains how to read a Material Safety Data Sheet (MSDS) and container labels.  

National Safety Council - 7 minutes

HC 4
1995

HAZWOPER Orientation: Provides an overview of the Federal Hazardous Waste Operations Emergency Response (HAZWOPER) requirements that apply to organizations who handle and use hazardous materials.  

Don Brown Productions - 14 minutes

HC 5
1999

Chemical Hazard: Identification and Training (for Healthcare Workers): Especially designed for healthcare settings, this video explains employee rights under Right-To-Know laws, concepts and terms, the purpose and content of MSDS, labeling systems, and proper storage and handling of hazardous chemicals.   

Long Island Productions  - 19 minutes

HC 6

Hazard Communications - Your Right to Know

Don Brown Productions - 10 minutes

Human Resources/Personnel (HR)  (back to top)

Series

Sexual Harassment Series (3 parts)

HR 1
1997

What Manager’s Need to Know: Outlines manager actions to resolve sexual harassment claims by becoming aware of work environment, company procedures and good management techniques when receiving complaints.  

Long Island Productions  - 10 minutes

HR 2
1997

What Your Employees Need to Know:  Defines sexual harassment, establishing clear communication regarding unwanted confrontation, and reporting harassment procedures.

Long Island Productions  - 8 minutes

HR 3
1997

An Investigator’s Guide: Internal investigation techniques including accuser and alleged harasser.  Addresses “no retaliation” policy as well as final decision making assistance.

Long Island Productions - 10 minutes

HR 4
1995

Hiring and Firing: Reviews leadership skills and how to properly implement hiring and firing procedures.  

Don Brown Productions - 19 minutes

HR 5
1997

How to Develop and Implement a New Employee Orientation Program: Keys to an outstanding orientation program, how to use current managers as trainers, how to keep participants involved and enthused and how to assess training needs within your organization. CareerTrack........... 37 minutes

HR 6
1997

Supervisor Responsibility: Explains the supervisor’s responsibility including communication, feedback, follow-up, motivation, discipline, productivity, safety and security.   

Long Island Productions, Inc.  - 19 minutes

Series
HR7
1997

How to Discipline Employees and Correct Performance Problems (4 parts) 

This program will give you guidelines to help you recognize when a problem has gone too far to ignore any longer, how to approach employees in a way that wins cooperation, and friendly ways to focus on solutions.  

CareerTrack Publications - 3 hrs, 48 minutes

1 of 4

Understanding & Confronting Problems

2 of 4

Setting & Clarifying Standards

3 of 4

Motivating & Recognizing Employees

4 of 4

Using Formal Discipline Measures

HR 8
1997

Discipline - The Supervisor’s Role: Explains how to effectively discipline employees including counseling, documentation, and treating employee with dignity, fairness, and respect.

Long Island Productions - 23 minutes

HR 9
1997

Doing a Performance Review: Details how a supervisor can improve employee performance by clarifying positive/negative feedback, explaining standards and goals, conducting performance evaluations, and facilitating performance review meetings.

Long Island Productions - 17 minutes

HR 10
1997

Employee Personal Problems: Employees personal problems can interfere with work productivity and moral.  This video explains how to refer employees to an EAP or other counseling service for assistance.

Long Island Productions - 10 minutes

HR 12
2000

Employment Practices: Smart Risk Management: Helps employers go over basic risk management techniques and encourages employers to take the steps necessary to avoid wrongful employment practice claims. 

HTVN - 104 minutes

Law Enforcement (LE)  (back to top)

LE 1
1996

In the Line of Duty: Trooper Coates Shooting: One of the most powerful and emotional law enforcement training videos ever produced. A veteran trooper is killed along a South Carolina highway, despite the fact that he shoots and hits the suspect five times

32 minutes

LE 2
2004

PBS NewsHour with Jim Lehrer: Many police organizations tout Tasers as nonlethal weapons that allow officers to subdue suspected criminals and suicidal people, but community groups in several cities argue that stun guns are overused and often lead to police abuse. Lee Hochberg investigates the debate over police stun gun usage in Portland,

Ore - 60 minutes

LE 3
UNK

Police Pursuit: The Other Deadly Force: Police pursuit issues.

MMMA - 10-15 minutes

LE 4
UNK

Responding to the Call: The focus of the video is the identification of the risk involved in fire/EMT emergency response. The video includes testimony of fire/EMT personnel relating their personal experiences of being involved in a serious accident while responding to emergencies.

MMMA - 90 minutes

LE 5
2012

Prison Rape Elimination Act (PREA):  This DVD contains NIC videos, DOJ proposed standards, an NIC e-course and dozens of documents to help you learn about the Prison Rape Elimination Act (PREA).

NIC

LE 6
2012

Basics & Beyond: Suicide Prevention in Jails:  Understand the problem of jail suicide—rates of suicide in certain groups, the decrease in jail suicide rates, what makes jails risky environments, and challenges of prevention; describe suicide risk factors, warning signs, and suicide myths that increase ones risk; and discuss intervention best practices—the qualities of a suicide prevention program (a written suicide prevention policy and a culture of prevention among others), the process of suicide prevention, the use of wise correctional techniques, emergency response, and practice, practice, practice. Lessons learned from two case studies and two legal cases are also covered.

NIC - 56 minutes

Management (MA)  (back to top)

MA 1
2000

Managing Contract Liability:  OSHA compliance and safety; methods for owner control; some specific requirements

Operation Safe Site - 90 minutes

MA 2
1988

How to Set and Achieve Goals (4 Audio Cassettes):  Writing goals; knowing your mind; implementing a plan

Career Track - 3 hours, 50 minutes

MA 3
1998

Best Practices of Successful Women Managers (4 Audio Cassettes):  Top performance; creating positive work environment; true leadership; balance between work & home

Career Track - 2 hours, 45 minutes

MA 4
1995

Everyone’s Customer Service Role: Demonstrates how the actions of every team member can strengthen – or break – the chain vital to customer service success.

Communication Briefings - 13 minutes

Mining Safety (MSHA)  (back to top)

MS 1

Traffic Control for Surface Mining Operations: All kinds and sizes of vehicles travel on mine roads. These vehicles are operated by drivers who travel these haulage roads on a daily basis, or sometimes for the very first time. This means that there is a need for good traffic control on mine haul roads. Setting up good traffic controls is an essential part of the overall planning of a mining operation and one of the most important elements in an effective traffic control plan is the use of signs.

Mining Safety & Health Administration (MSHA) - 16 minutes

MS 2
2000

Fall Protection - Your Lifeline to Safety: This video provides an overview of the hazards associated with doing work at elevated locations and the importance of fall protection. Common types of fall protection systems are presented, including personal fall arrest and restraint devices. Special emphasis is placed on the development of site-specific policies and procedures, with regard to fall protection regulations in the mining industries.

Mining Safety & Health Administration (MSHA) - 12 minutes

MS 3
2002

Hearing Conservation, MSHA's Part 62: Noise is a hazard that can diminish or destroy your hearing. This video shows the different hearing protectors available and the proper way to wear them.

Mining Safety & Health Administration (MSHA) - 20 minutes

MS 4

A Voice in the Workplace - Miners' Rights & Responsibilities: The Mine Act (Act) and the MINER Act give you and your representative many rights because Congress wanted to encourage you to take an active, responsible role in matters of mine safety and health. A good safety and health program depends on the active participation and interest of everyone at the worksite. If you and your fellow miners take advantage of these rights, you can help decrease workplace deaths, injuries, and illnesses.

Mining Safety & Health Administration (MSHA) - 40 minutes

MS 5

 

Lock Out & Tag for Safety

Mining Safety & Health Administration (MSHA) - 9 minutes

MS 6

Workplace Examinations Surface Metal/NonMetal: Surface metal and nonmetal mines present a variety of potential safety and health hazards. Effective, thorough, workplace examinations are one way to help you to recognize and address some of these hazards before they become more dangerous.  This video will describe some of these hazards and give you some ideas and tips on how to look for them.

Mining Safety & Health Administration (MSHA) - 12 minutes

MS 7
1994

Confined Spaces in Mining: This video provides a general definition for confined spaces in mining and displays common examples of confined spaces as well as suggests safety guidelines for working in and around confined spaces. In addition, the permitting process for confined space entry is outlined and 9 steps for safe confined space entry and exit are detailed.

Mining Safety & Health Administration (MSHA) - 9 minutes

MS 8

Respirators - Your Last Defense: There are many different styles, types, sizes, and shapes of respirators, and their purpose is to clean the air you breathe. This video will focus on respirators most common use/protection from silica dust. We hope this video will help you to understand how important your respirator is in protecting your health.

Mining Safety & Health Administration (MSHA) - 20 minutes

MS 9

Good Berms Save Lives: Various materials and different heights, along with size and speed of mining equipment, weather conditions and grades, play a role in proper berm construction.

Mining Safety & Health Administration (MSHA) - 15 minutes

MS 10

Independent Contractor Training: Topics include Part 45 "The Contractor," Training, Safety Standards, Part 47 "Hazard Communications," Part 50 "Reporting Requirements," Part 62 "Hearing Conservation," and Part 100 "Penalties."

Mining Safety & Health Administration (MSHA) - Time Varies by Video on DVD

MS 11

Truck Haulage Safety Series: Topics include brakes, grades, and runaways highway trucks and off-road trucks; highway haulage truck inspection conducted by MSHA inspectors; inspection of off-road haulage trucks by an MSHA inspector; pre-operation inspection of highway haulage trucks and off-road haulage trucks by the driver; and visibility and communications off-road and highway trucks.

Mining Safety & Health Administration (MSHA) - Time Varies by Video on DVD

MS 12
2004

Highwall Hazards: In this interactive DVD you will have the opportunity to learn about the dangers of working near highwalls. This DVD will teach you how to properly examine highwalls and how to recognize the hazards that are associated with them. We will also take a look at the importance of wearing fall protection while working on top of highwalls.

Mining Safety & Health Administration (MSHA) - Time Varies by Video on DVD

Office Safety (OS)  (back to top)

OS 1
1994

Office Safety: Demonstrates how to protect against Video-Display-Terminal (VDT) related injuries, as well as other dangers in an office environment.  Special segments include safe lifting techniques, fire prevention, and controlling stress. 

Idea Bank - 25 minutes

OS 2
1995

General Office Safety: Discusses the most common hazards and resulting injuries in an office.  The program reviews the proper use of chairs, ladders, office equipment, and computers.  It also describes safe lifting procedures, fire prevention, etc. 

Don Brown Productions - 9 minutes

OS 4
1996

Repetitive Motion Injuries: Describes what cumulative trauma disorders are, and what should be done to prevent them.   

National Safety Council - 10 minutes

OS 6
1997

Office Ergonomics: Considers ergonomics for overall health by customizing your work space, sitting/standing/lifting techniques, and exercising or stretching.  Also demonstrates neutral work positions for arms and back/neck.  

Long Island Productions, Inc - 12 minutes

OS 7

1999

 

 

Office Ergonomics: An educational program designed to teach employers and employees simple, yet effective, methods of improving the quality and comfort level of an office workstation. Includes information on proper workstation design, postures, and exercises to reduce the stress and strain that can result from performing typical office tasks.

CLMI, Inc - 18 minutes

OS 8
1999

 

 

The Video Display Terminal and You: Beneficial to both new and experienced employees, this video teaches techniques to reduce the stresses of repetitive motion, glare, poor posture, and eye strain while working at the video display terminal (VDT), as well as providing information about how to work at a computer terminal comfortably.  Covers issues such as low-cost and no-cost work station improvements; basic ergonomic principles; good posture/proper seating; alleviating eye-strain; and preventative exercises.  

Coastal - 16 minutes

OS 9
1999

Office Safety:  It’s a Jungle in There:  This video is designed to inform office supervisors and employees about the potential dangers in their work environment.  In addition to identifying the principal hazards in an office, the program provides guidelines for correcting conditions that frequently lead to accidents and injuries.

Industrial Training Systems Corporation - 20 minutes

OS 10
1999

Office Ergonomics:  This video is designed to instruct employees about the stresses that common office activities place on the body and how they can be minimized.  This program covers the stresses from working with computers, as well as, filing and sorting, using the telephone, the arrangement of work materials and lifting and carrying.  For each activity the symptoms of stress are identified and specific practices are illustrated that will minimize these stresses.

Industrial Training Systems Corporation - 18 minutes

OS 11
1999

Ergonomics for Supervisors:  This video is designed to help you understand general procedures necessary to minimize the occurrence of cumulative trauma disorders in the workplace. Industrial Training Systems Corporation - 21 minutes

OS 12
1999

Ergonomics in the Workplace:  This video is designed to instruct employees about the stresses that common workplace activities place on the body and how they can be minimized.  This program covers the risk factors that can lead to a cumulative trauma disorder (CTD), the symptoms and causes of common CTD and the steps that you can take to minimize the risk factors that can lead to CTD. 

Industrial Training Systems Corporation - 19 minutes

OS 13
1999

Computer Ergonomics:  Make Yourself Comfortable:  This video is designed to provide computer operators with basic ergonomic knowledge and the skills needed to perform their own workstation assessments.  The program also explains how to increase comfort through the ergonomically appropriate placement and adjustment of workstation components.  It emphasizes the importance of communication while examining the role of the supervisor as an ergonomic resource. 

Industrial Training Systems Corporation - 15 minutes

OS 14
1999

Computer Fitness: How to Work Comfortably, Productively and Safely:  This video is designed to explain how computer-related health problems can be avoided by paying close attention to three key areas:  posture, physical set-up of the computer, screen and keyboard, and regular stretching exercises.  The program demonstrates actual ways to reduce many of the common health problems associated with improper posture while using a computer. 

Industrial Training Systems Corporation - 19 minutes

OS 15
1999

The Right Moves:  Ergonomics in the Workplace:  This video is designed to inform supervisors and managers about the nature and seriousness of CTD.  It emphasizes how to identify, analyze and control work situations that can lead to musculo-skeletal disabilities by implementing ergonomic principles. 

Industrial Training Systems Corporation - 18 minutes

OS 16
1999

It Won’t Happen to Me:  Accidents in the Workplace:  This video explains to employees that accidents can happen to them, and motivates employees to work more safely.  It informs them about factors that can lead to accidents, and discusses how accidents can be prevented.  Testimonials from employees who have been injured on the job reinforce the importance of working safely. 

Industrial Training Systems Corporation - 15 minutes

OS 17
1995

Office Safety Video: Explains that office safety is based on the knowledge of circumstances and hazards that can cause accidents when we are not careful or are unaware of dangers. 

Industrial Training Systems Corporation - 16 minutes

OS 20
1997

Self Care for Repetitive Motion Stress Injuries:  Demonstrates massage, exercise and stretching to reverse the effects of repetitive motion injury; 5 copies available

Full Circle, Larry Sweet, CMT - 20 minutes

Power Equipment / Hand Tool Safety (PE)  (back to top)

PE 1
1994

Professionals Guide to Lawn Mower Safety: Shows how to safely cut on slopes, use proper safety equipment, read the operation manual, maintenance tips, etc.  

Siegel & Associates - 25 minutes

PE 2
1994

Landscape Power Tools: Reviews the most widely used landscape power tools--string trimmers, chain saws, and power blowers.  Learn the proper operating techniques for each tool, how to inspect safety features before operating, etc.  

Siegel & Associates  - 22 minutes

PE 3
1994

Hand Tool Safety: Covers the dangers of hand and portable power tools.  

National Safety Council - 7 minutes

PE 4
1996

Pro’s Guide to Push Mower Safety: Demonstrates some of the most common errors leading to push mower accidents including the safest way to clear a discharge chute, proper safety equipment/clothing, best way to fuel a mower, etc. 

Siegel & Associates - 21 minutes

PE 5
1996

On Your Guard - Power Tool Safety: Covers hazards associated with power tools and shows safe power tool use.

The Associated General Contractors of America  - 13 minutes

PE 6
1997

Tree Trimming Safety: Outlines safe handling procedures for chain saws including carrying, using, and refueling.  Also outlines the proper usage for ladders and climbing ropes and belts.  Other tips regarding tree falling or bucking, chippers, and aerial baskets/boom trucks. 

Long Island Productions, Inc - 12 minutes

PE 7
1997

Riding Mower Safety: Basic safety for riding mower equipment, essential for grounds personnel.  Includes jobsite inspection, proper clothing, pre-operation safety checks, and safe operating guidelines.  

Long Island Productions, Inc - 20 minutes

PE 8

Safe and Efficient Operation of Hand-held Cutoff Saws: Describes guidelines for safely operating hand-held cutoff saws commonly used in construction work.  Also covers personal protective equipment required, inspection of the saw prior to use, blade selection and inspection techniques, and fuel mixtures/fire hazards.

VISTA   - 18 minutes

PE 9
1999

 

 

Chain Saw Safety: Designed to increase safety awareness and reduce unsafe acts associated with the use of chainsaws. Covers the common types of injuries resulting from improper use, tips for starting and refueling, proper clothing, safe undercuts, and felling and bucking.  

Long Island Productions, Inc - 13 minutes

PE 10
1999

Groundskeeping Safety - Be A Pro: Professional groundskeepers know that maintaining lawns, trees, and shrubs requires the use of potentially dangerous chemicals and equipment. This video teaches employees how to avoid unnecessary accidents by thinking about the potential consequences. Subjects covered include personal protective equipment; a general checklist for safety; tractors, riding mowers, and push mowers; brush-cutting equipment and blowers; and a checklist for hazardous materials. 

Coastal   - 17 minutes

PE 11
 

Power Tool Safety - It's Your Job

Black & Decker & Grainger - 18 minutes

PE 12

Taking Care of Your Equipment & Supplies: Janitorial equipment and supplies are expensive. It’s important to properly store, use, handle and maintain cleaning supplies and equipment. This program is about taking care of your equipment and using the appropriate materials for the job to reduce waste and costs.

Digital-2000 - 13 minutes

Personal Protection (PP)  (back to top)

PP 2
1995

Personal Protective Equipment: Provides an overview of when/how to use hard hats, gloves, eye protection, hearing protection, and other personal protective equipment.  

Don Brown Productions  - 9 minutes

PP 3
1995

Machine Guarding and Safety: Explains what machine guarding is all about.  Reviews the use of lockouts / tag-outs, interlocks, photo cells, etc.

Don Brown Productions  - 12 minutes

PP 4
1996

Lock Out/Tag Out: Describes what accidents can occur when working with electrical equipment.  Also explains how to implement a lock out/tag-out system. 

National Safety Council - 10 minutes

PP 7
1997

Personal Protection: Elements of self protection, from using the right equipment to knowing the work area.

Underground Contractors Assoc  - 10 minutes

PP 10
1999

Hearing Loss Prevention Employee Training: Demonstrates the importance of wearing proper hearing protection in all situations where noise can be hazardous.  Topics include the company Hearing Conservation / Loss Prevention Program, types of hearing protection, symptoms of hearing loss, and dangers of off-job noise. 

American Training Resources Institute - 14 minutes

PP 11
Unk.

Heat Stress: Staying Healthy, Working Safely

Wumbus - Unknown

PP 12
2009

A Life is on the Line: Provides a brief introduction to the basics of Lockout/Tagout based on the requirements of OSHA 29 CFR 1910.147 and meets the requirements for Affected Employee training.

Panduit Corp. - 15 minutes

Playground/Swimming Pool Safety (PS)  (back to top)

PS 1
1994

Safety Inspections and Maintenance of Playgrounds: Explains when to schedule inspections, guidelines for replacing older equipment, in-field inspection of equipment, maintaining records to safeguard against litigation, preventing injuries on hard surfaces, etc. 

Siegel & Associates  - 21 minutes

PS 2
1994

Playground Equipment - Maintenance and Safety: Describes “hands on” safety inspections for playground surfaces, swings, teeter-totters, multi-use equipment, slides, etc.  

Idea Bank - 15 minutes

PS 3
1994

Tips from the Pros - Pool Care: Covers the basics for balancing your water, performing water tests, choosing your products, understanding the filtration system, caring for a pool, troubleshooting, and safety. 

Imagiforce  - 50 minutes

PS 4
1996

Time Out For Safety: General playground and play equipment safety considerations for user and maintenance awareness.  

Game Time  - 12 minutes

PS 5
2007

Do You Have the "Right Stuff" to be a Professional Lifeguard?: This video is designed to help lifeguards understand the significant responsibilities they have as professionals.

PDRMA - 15 minutes

Risk Management (RM)  (back to top)

RM 1
1994

Risk Management for Small Communities: Covers the basics of setting up a risk management program in any community.  Explains what the general areas of exposures are, and how the chance of an incident may be reduced.  Includes examples from governmental agencies all across the US. 

Oklahoma State University Extension Service - 51 minutes

RM 2
1994

Shaping a Secure Future: Explains the primary concepts of risk management and uses colorful examples to bring these concepts to light.  

PRIMA - 12 minutes

RM 3
2007

In the Scope of Your Authority:  Preventing Public Officials' Liability: This video discusses how elected and appointed officials can avoid mistakes that can lead to liability claims and identifies best practices that will allow officials to be successful.  Key topics include quasi-judicial hearings, legislative matters, delegating administrative and personnel issues, electronic communications, and maximizing liability protections.  A copy of the Public Officials Liability Handbook is included with the video.

CIRSA - 17 minutes

RM 4
1999

 

 

Managing the Risks of Volunteers: Designed to help municipalities identify, plan, and address the various risks of liability associated with volunteer workers.  Provides useful tips such as appointing a volunteer coordinator, establishing a volunteer management program, evaluating potential safety hazards, and reviewing insurance options.

CIRSA  - 16 minutes

RM 5
1999

 

 

Special Events . . . Special Liabilities: Provides municipalities with crucial information to protect against common liability issues associated with special events such as concerts, fairs, and other community events.  Topics including performing pre-event site safety surveys and emergency plans are covered. 

CIRSA.  - 17 minutes

RM 6
1999

 

 

Understanding Governmental Liability: Covers risks specific to public entities, including accidents, proper reporting of claims, and sexual harassment.  This video can be used to help train new and existing staff to identify and handle potential liability situations that they may encounter during the course of their jobs. 

CIRSA. - 19 minutes

RM 8
2000

Employment Practices and Smart Risk Management

Housing Telecommunications - 120 minutes

Safety Inspections (SI)  (back to top)

SI 1
1994

Job Safety Analysis: Takes viewers to a typical site and asks them to analyze simple tasks.  Also, explains how to correct any of the unsafe tasks that were identified.  

National Safety Council - 20 minutes

SI 3
1994

Safety Inspections: Describes the three types of safety inspections--continuous, formal in-house, and formal.  Done with the help of an outside inspector.  

National Safety Council - 11 minutes

SI 4
1996

Controlling the Field - Job Site Safety Inspections: Gives guidance to construction contractors and supervisors regarding regular job-site safety inspections. 

The Associated General Contractors of America  -  13 minutes 

Safety Programs / Safety Committees (SP)  (back to top)

SP 1A
1994

How to Develop a Safety Program (Copy 1): Complete step-by-step program for successfully developing and implementing an effective safety program. 

Don Brown Productions   - 19 minutes

SP 1B

How to Develop a Safety Program (Copy 2)

SP 2A
1994

Safety Committees - The Real Story (Copy 1): Describes how to make safety committees effective, without wasting time or effort. Don Brown Productions - 12 minutes

SP 2B

Safety Committees - The Real Story (Copy 2)

SP 3
1994

This video is no longer available.

SP 4
1994

Safety Tips for New Safety Supervisors:  Provides an overview of safety basics and some tips on how to develop a safety program. 

Don Brown Productions - 11 minutes

SP 5
1996

Safety is Your Responsibility: Safety begins with the right attitude.  Covers attitudes, complacency, setting an example, etc.

Safety Shorts - 5 minutes

SP 6
1999

 

 

Employee Safety Orientation for Food Service: Specific to the busy environment faced by food service workers, this video discusses safety hazards and safe work practices necessary to avoid injury. Subjects covered include personal responsibility for safety; the need for constant attention and alertness; fire safety; slip, trip, and fall prevention; safe lifting; and cut and burn prevention. 

Long Island Productions, Inc - 13 minutes

SP 7
1999

Safety Orientation for Housekeeping and Maintenance Staff in Healthcare: An excellent overview for new housekeeping and maintenance personnel in the healthcare environment. Includes information on safe lifting techniques; electrical safety; chemicals and hazardous materials; needle stick prevention; and infection control procedures.

Long Island Productions, Inc - 13 minutes

SP 8
1999

 

Safety and Sanitation (for Food Service Personnel): Developed to ensure food service workers understand their responsibility for maintaining a clean, germ-free work environment. Covers health department regulations; science and sanitation; food contamination and how to prevent it; and safe and sanitary job practices.

Long Island Productions - 10 minutes

SP 10

New Employee Safety Orientation:  For fire, police, public works and administrative personnel; provides an overview of typical policies on workplace violence, accident investigation, sexual harassment, infectious diseases, drug and alcohol, smoking, safety rules and training, emergencies, workplace inspections, lifting, reporting and safe driving.

Zomar Productions - 23 minutes

SP 11
2000

Community Safety Leadership:  Risk issues—gangs, child abuse, aging; risk control techniques.

Housing Telecommunications - 120 minutes

SP 12
2005

Don’t Bet On It:  Safety concerns for electricity, confined spaces, falls and welding.

American Training Resources - 15 minutes

SP 13

Safety Coordinator Training:  Creating a successful safety and loss control program from the ground up; how to gain support from management; how t o locate resources; how to establish an effective safety committee; how to create a safety training program.

ZOMAR - 23 minutes

SP 14
2007

Safety Meetings Library, V. 2.0:  Provides users with fully prepared training materials on essential safety topics your employees need to know to prevent accidents, avoid workplace hazards, and comply with OSHA training requirements.         

BLR - Time N/A

SP 15
2007

Do It For Me:  Children discover their parents using childish excuses not to use safety equipment at work, so the kids wonder how their parents' attitudes would change if they came to work with them. Covers a variety of protective devices.         

American Training Resources - 15 minutes

SP 16
2000

Community Safety Leadership: This video will empower communities to develop a sustainable collaboration for safety that will benefit everyone.

HTVN - 15 minutes

Shop Safety (SS)  (back to top)

SS 1
1995

ARC Welding Safety: Describes ARC welding safety, safety hazards, and the health hazards associated with this type of welding operation.  

Don Brown Productions - 11 minutes

SS 3
1995

Portable Grinders and Abrasive Wheels:  Describes how to safely use and maintain grinders and abrasive wheels.  

Don Brown Productions - 13 minutes

SS 4
1996

Cutting Torch Safety: Covers the proper use and inspection of valves, pressure gauges, hoses, cylinders, and other parts of the cutting torch.

Don Brown Productions - 10 minutes

SS 6A
1994

You May Not Get a Second Chance (Wheel/Rim Inspection) (Copy 1): Describes what to look for when inspecting wheel rims.

3 hours

SS 6B

You May Not Get a Second Chance (Wheel/Rim Inspection) (Copy 2)

SS 7

Machine Guarding Responsibilities

Don Brown Productions - 9 minutes

Slips, Trips, and Falls (ST)  (back to top)

ST 1
1999

 

 

Ladder Safety: Explains how to choose the correct ladder; checking for damage; securing, positioning, and leveling a ladder (4-1 rule); proper footwear, body position, and climbing height; working with materials on ladders; avoiding power lines and doors; and accident response. 

Long Island Productions, Inc.  - 11 minutes

ST 2
1994

Falls: Shows how to avoid accidents due to falls, and what to do if a fall occurs. Also explains the proper use of ladders and scaffolds. 

National Safety Council - 6 minutes

ST 3
1994

Flying and Falling Objects: Explains the importance of staying alert to possible dangers created by flying or falling objects. Promotes teamwork between employees for the safety of all. 

National Safety Council - 6 minutes

ST 4
2005

 

Small Falls are a Big Deal: Some of the worst fall injuries don't always involve someone plummeting from a 100-foot chemical tank; they result from simple accidents like a trip over an unsecured rug or a fall on a slippery surface. In his fourth video, Martin Lesperance recalls stories of fall injuries he has attended during his 22 years of experience as a firefighter and paramedic.

ERI - 19 minutes

ST 5
Unk.

Slips, Trips and Falls: Stranger than Friction

Wumbus

Solid Waste and Wastewater Safety (SW)  (back to top)

SW 1
1995

Water/Sewer Treatment Plant Safety: Working with and around pumps, electricity, laboratories and chemicals requires special training.  This video explains the special safety concerns of operators, technicians, and maintenance personnel. 

Don Brown Productions - 18 minutes

SW 2
1995

Refuse Collection Safety: Covers the safety issues and common hazards facing refuse workers, including personal protective equipment, pre-trip inspections, first aid, lifting techniques, hazardous materials, etc. 

National Safety Council - 15 minutes

SW 3
1997

Front End Loader Safety: Includes pre-trip inspection checklist as well as step-by-step loading safety procedures.  Outlines safe packing procedures including proper blade use as well as unloading tips and procedures.  Using a safety attitude, the video provides additional tips such as clearance hazards and vehicle handling. Long Island Productions - 10 minutes

SW 5
1997

Roll off Operations and Safety: Clarifies the work rules including vehicle inspection operational tips to prevent accidents, tarps and container loading instructions and other special tips for compactor units. 

Long Island Productions, Inc - 15 minutes

SW 6
2008

Water Infrastructure Security Enhancements: This DVD features guidelines for water and wastewater utilities as developed by the Water Infrastructure Security Enhancements (WISE) project, funded by the EPA.

American Water Works Assoc - 15 minutes

Traffic Safety (TS)  (back to top)

TS 1
1994

Traffic Control: Addresses most of the major aspects of traffic control such as signing, cones, warning devices, flagging, etc.

 Don Brown Productions  - 18 minutes

TS 2
1996

Avoid Hot Mix Hazards - Working Safely with Hot Mix: Provides basic safety training to road construction workers exposed to hot mix hazards. 

Associated General Contractors of America  - 12 minutes

TS 3
1997

Underground Safety:  Safety in Flagging: How to control traffic while protecting yourself and crew from motorists.  

Underground Contractors Association - 10 minutes

TS 4
2002

Road Crew Safety Instructor Kit:  Includes video, road crew safety course manual and power point presentation; addresses safe practices for road construction and paving crews;  topics include the human element, work area hazards, regulations and planning, traffic control devices, work zone layouts and flagging.

VISTA - 23 minutes

Violence in the Workplace and Conflict Resolution (VW)  (back to top)

VW 1
1995

Violence at Work: Issues in the 90's and Beyond: From a workshop by Janice Travnick of Kemper Insurance Company.  Identification of violent personalities, employer violence policies, loss control techniques, and how to respond after an incident.

2 hours

VW 3
1996

Managing Stress: Describes how to manage daily stress by balancing work vs. play, exercising, planning, etc.  

National Safety Council  - 10 minutes

VW 4
1996

How to Resolve Conflict on the Job: Demonstrates how you can manage conflict to help you and your co-workers achieve your goals.  Includes how to identify the causes of workplace conflict, keep personalities out of conflicts, reach agreement by influencing others, etc. 

Communication Briefings - 16 minutes

VW 5
1996

Communicating with People on the Job: Describes how to handle conflict successfully, give and receive feedback, fight the tendency to focus on the negative, etc. 

Communication Briefings - 15 minutes

VW 6
1999

School Crime:  Sounding the Alarm:  Gang related violence, drug and alcohol abuse, and teen pregnancy problems have been on the increase in and around schools since 1988.  This video gives you ideas why these problems are happening and what law enforcement can do to intervene and prevent the problems.

Law Enforcement Television Network - 25 minutes 

VW 7
1999

School Crime:  Establishing Communication:  Violence in our nations’ schools is one of the most significant issues facing law enforcement today.  This program examines how to establish communication links with students, families and educators to create a safe school environment.

Law Enforcement Television Network - 25 minutes 

VW 8
1999

School Crime: Campus Combat Zone:  School crimes involving firearms are increasing. After watching this video, you will have a better understanding of various methods and techniques for keeping weapons out of schools, and rules governing search and seizure involving juveniles. 

Law Enforcement Television Network - 25 minutes 

VW 9
1999

Crisis on Campus:  Mass Emergency Training:  Helps you develop a multi-agency response plan before you are faced with a crisis.

Law Enforcement Television Network - 25 minutes

VW 10
2000

Domestic Violence: Helps law enforcement understand domestic abuse facts, identify risks of domestic violence at work, identify early warning signs, learn how to develop a risk control plan, and how to identify potential resources.

HTVN - 99 minutes 

VW 11
2000

Blueprint of Workplace Violence: Describes what anger is, how it occurs, how anger works, how it is related to a violent behavior, and how we can deal with it. 

HTVN - 113 minutes

VW 12
2000

Blueprint of Workplace Violence

Second Copy

VW 13
1993

Dealing With Conflict & Confrontation:  (Audio Cassette tapes)  Defining conflict and disagreement; conflict resolution strategies; developing partnerships for problem solving

Career Track - 4 hours, 5 minutes

VW 14
1999

Domestic Violence in the Workplace

Housing Telecommunications - 120 minutes

VW 15
1994

Interpersonal Communication Skills:  (Audio Cassette tapes)  to minimize conflict and build collaboration in the team-oriented workplace.

Career Track - 3 hours, 17 minutes

VW 16
2000

Sexual Harassment

2 videos

Housing Telecommunications - 6 hours total

VW 17

Conflict Communication Skills:  At some point in your work history, you will encounter some form of hostility. Whether it's an upset co-worker or a dissatisfied customer, your response can make the difference between a stressful or a pleasant work environment.

American Training Resources - 15 minutes

VW 18
2004

Violence on the Job

DHHS (NIOSH) - 27 minutes

Workers’ Compensation (WC)  (back to top)

WC 1
1995

Workers’ Compensation Fraud: Provides an overview of workers’ compensation, what benefits an injured employee may be entitled to, and the consequences of filing a false claim. 

Don Brown Productions - 12 minutes

WC 2
1995

Morgan Medical (Workers’ Compensation Fraud): Investigative report by ABC News on workers’ compensation fraud in the US.  

ABC - 25 minutes

Other (OT)  (back to top)

OT 3
2000

Lead-Based Paint Liability & Abatement

Housing Telecommunications - 120 minutes

OT 4
1996

Earthquake Safety: Earthquakes can occur anywhere, especially in Montana.  Explains the emergency considerations of an earthquake.

Don Brown Productions - 12 minutes

OT 5
1996

Scaffold Safety: Explains the basic safety rules and operating procedures on how to sue scaffolds without injury.  

Don Brown Productions  - 10 minutes

OT 7
1996

Counter Assault and Survival Tactics: Fighting Through Pepper Spray: Law enforcement guidelines on tactics, counter assault sprays, and application and defense.   

Alert - 20 minutes

OT 8
1997

Indoor Air Quality: Poor air harmful effects and methods to prevent, identify and clarify air quality.  Includes sources, symptoms and signs of poor air quality.  Identifies hazards including adhesives, solvent and exhaust. 

Long Island Productions, Inc.  - 10 minutes

OT 11
1999

 

 

Holiday Safety: At the Top of Your List: Developed to alert employees about the Christmas/New Year Holiday hazards in the home. Contains sections on Christmas trees, lights, and decorations; using your fireplace safely; general fire hazards; food preparation; alcohol; shopping; traveling; and holiday stress.  

Coastal   - 17 minutes

OT 12
2000

Ride Safe, Ride Smart: Introduces how to ride an ATV safely.

HONDA  - 8 minutes

OT 14

Go Underground:  Underground vaults and storage

UVS, Inc - 8 minutes

OT 16
2007

Safe Operation & Use of All-Terrain Vehicles:  This video  discusses the safe operating procedures that must be followed to avoid injuries while riding an all-terrain vehicle.

American Training Resources - 14 minutes 

OT 17

Tree Care Industry Association Video Series

TCIA - Time N/A

OT 18

Poison Oak & Ivy Training:  This video makes plant identification, prevention, and treatment of poison oak and ivy easy to understand and simple to put into action.  The suggestions for preventing a rash, early identification and treatment of symptoms will help reduce worker lost time and misery.

Tec Laboratories Training Series - 11 minutes

OT 19

Kids for Cash: A riveting look behind the notorious scandal that rocked the nation when it first came to light in 2009. Beginning in the wake of the shootings at Columbine, a small town in Luzerne County, Pennsylvania elected a charismatic judge who was hell-bent on keeping kids in line. Under his reign, over 3,000 children were ripped from their families and imprisoned for years for crimes as petty as creating a fake MySpace page. When one parent dared to question this harsh brand of justice, it was revealed that the judge had received millions of dollars in payments from the privately-owned juvenile detention centers where the kids—most of them only in their early teens—were incarcerated.

Exposing the hidden scandal behind the headlines, Kids for Cash unfolds like a real-life thriller. Charting the previously untold stories of the masterminds at the center of the scandal, the film reveals a shocking American secret told from the perspectives of the villains, the victims and the unsung heroes who helped uncover the scandal. In a major dramatic coup, the film features extensive, exclusive access to the judges behind the scheme. Now serving a 28 year sentence in federal prison, the former juvenile court judge at the heart of the scandal shares his ulterior motives, revealing that his attorneys never knew about his interviews for this film.

Senart Films - 102 minutes

 

 
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