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ACCIDENTAL RELEASE MEASURES AND SPILL CLEANUP PROCEDURES (DVD)

This training program is designed to present information on the nature of hazardous materials and help employees reduce or eliminate potential exposure to hazardous materials in their work environments.

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432 2001 20 Minutes
ASBESTOS AWARENESS: CONTROLLING EXPOSURE (EN/SP DVD)

Help your employees control their exposure to airborne asbestos fibers with this training program that covers basic OSHA principles and safe work practices.

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680 2004 23 Minutes
ASBESTOS IN CONSTRUCTION (VHS)

This program is designed to help comply with OSHA 29 CFR 1926.1101. This program will help construction workers, custodial staff, trade contractors and anyone who deals with building materials fully understand that asbestos must be handled with care in order to maintain a safe work environment. Topics include: asbestos related work activities, four asbestos work classes, respiratory protection, regulated areas and exposure assessments and monitoring.

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334 2003 15 Minutes
ASBESTOS MAINTENANCE (DVD)

Eliminate potential exposure and motivate workers to use best safety practices covered in this thorough program. Using multiple scenes from different building environments, this program shows how janitorial and other maintenance workers are exposed to asbestos in various building components. It covers in detail protective measures to reduce the amount of exposure and what to do if they discover asbestos in their work environment.

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914 2009 10 Minutes
ASBESTOS MAINTENANCE (SP DVD)

Eliminate potential exposure and motivate workers to use best safety practices covered in this thorough program. Using multiple scenes from different building environments, this program shows how janitorial and other maintenance workers are exposed to asbestos in various building components. It covers in detail protective measures to reduce the amount of exposure and what to do if they discover asbestos in their work environment.

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496 2009 10 Minutes
ASBESTOS: AWARENESS EXPOSURE (VHS)

Asbestos has been used for centuries because of its fire retardant and insulation properties. Asbestos fibers, when bonded together, pose no significant health risk. However, if the bond is disturbed and the asbestos fibers become airborne, they can prose a significant health risk. This video reviews the health hazards of asbestos exposure, and basic precautions that should be taken when working with asbestos. It can be used to supplement OSHA required "awareness" training.

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785 1997 12 Minutes
AUTOMOTIVE HAZARD COMMUNICATION (VHS)

This video meets OSHA's "right to know" requirements and explains material safety data sheets, labels, and general information on using or handling hazardous materials.

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361 2002 16 Minutes
BASIC TRAINING SERIES: CHEMICAL HAZARDS IN THE WORKPLACE (VHS)

The focus of this video is to help employees understand chemical hazards in the workplace. Employees must know which chemicals they work with are hazardous and what safety precautions must be taken to protect themselves from these hazards. Topics include: details of the written hazard communication plan, various types of chemical container labels, routes of entry and types of chemical exposures.

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36 2004 20 Minutes
BENZENE: KNOWLEDGE IS POWER AND SAFETY (EN/SP DVD)

Benzene is a recognized carcinogenic as well as a developmental and reproductive toxicant. Protect your employees with this life saving training program that covers the dangers of benzene, how exposure can affect health, how it gets into the atmosphere, who is at risk of exposure, how to reduce exposure and what to do in case of accidental exposure.

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483 2009 15 Minutes
CHEMICAL BURNS (DVD)

The human body is amazing resistant to disease and infections – as long as the skins stays intact. But if we damage our skin, our survival can be threatened. Certain chemicals are capable of dissolving our skin. Therefore, unlike victims of other types of burns, chemical burn victims require special treatment. This program covers the basics of treating chemical burns.

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872 2004 5 Minutes
CHEMICAL EMERGENCY PREPAREDNESS AND PROCEDURES (VHS)

Most spills happen during the transfer of chemicals. It is vital the spill is reported immediately and cleaned up properly. This video discusses the importance of knowing what the chemical is and how to properly take care of the spill.

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789 1997 12 Minutes
CHEMICAL HAZARD INFORMATION (EN/SP DVD)

This program is intended to train miners to understand how chemicals can enter the body. It also teaches the contents of chemical labels and MSDSs as well as how to interpret the technical terms found on MSDSs. It can be shown to miners as part of your training program, explaining a critical HazCom provision.

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292 2002 17 Minutes
CHEMICAL SPILLS PART II: CONTROL PROCEDURES (VHS)

Whenever chemicals are in use, there is always the danger of a spill. This video teaches employees the difference between minor and major spills, the importance of training, personal protective equipment and the proper material to contain and absorb the spill.

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183 2001 5 Minutes
COMBUSTIBLE DUST (EN/SP DVD)

Combustible dust is a danger in any workplace that creates or accumulates dust. This life-saving training DVD will show your employees how to control the danger with good housekeeping measures and safe work practices.

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406 2009 13 Minutes
COMBUSTIBLE DUST: INCIDENT PREVENTION (EN/SP DVD)

This presentation will educate your employees on alertness of hazards and teach a commitment to following good housekeeping and safe work practice. This program will cover hazards of combustible dust, safe work practices, preventing dust explosions, and emergency procedures.

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463 2008 12 Minutes
COMPRESSED GAS CYLINDERS (DVD)

In today's work environments, compressed gas is used for refrigeration, welding, heating and many other purposes. Compressed gases and the cylinders that contain them can be extremely dangerous. Employees who work with them need to know how to handle them safely. OSHA standard 1910.101 requires employers to insure compressed gas cylinders are maintained in a safe manner. This training program provides the information that employees need to work safely with potentially hazardous storage containers and the gases inside them. It features new visuals and a fresh look and feel to engage employees and promote learning. Included on the DVD is a Leader’s Guide, End of Course Quiz, Completion Certificate, and Attendance Log. Spanish version #282

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265 2016 18 Minutes
COMPRESSED GAS CYLINDERS (SP DVD)

In today's work environments, compressed gas is used for refrigeration, welding, heating and many other purposes. Compressed gases and the cylinders that contain them can be extremely dangerous. Employees who work with them need to know how to handle them safely. OSHA standard 1910.101 requires employers to insure compressed gas cylinders are maintained in a safe manner. This training program provides the information that employees need to work safely with potentially hazardous storage containers and the gases inside them. It features new visuals and a fresh look and feel to engage employees and promote learning. Included on the DVD is a Leader’s Guide, End of Course Quiz, Completion Certificate, and Attendance Log. English version #265

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282 2016 18 Minutes
DOT HAZMAT GENERAL AWARENESS (DVD)

This reviews a number of topics aimed at making these employees more aware of situations in which they may encounter hazardous chemicals, the nature of the hazards and the issue of taking appropriate security measures when dealing with hazardous materials that the DOT has added to the regulation. Topics covered include the regulation itself, hazardous materials, definitions and classes, hazard communication, hazard "indicators", such as labels, shipping papers and placards, where hazardous materials may be encountered, packaging and storage, shipping, transport, security risks and terrorism.

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362 2003 17 Minutes
DOT HAZMAT SAFETY TRAINING (DVD)

Created specifically for the Department of Transportation's HAZMAT training regulation on handling and transporting hazardous materials, this program provides the safety training required by the regulation. The DVD includes information on the regulation itself, hazardous materials that employees may encounter, hazard indicators, such as labels, shipping papers and placards, the use of personal protective equipment, proper handling procedures, methods and procedures for avoiding accidents, accidents/emergencies involving hazardous materials, spills and cleanup procedures, security issues and more.

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895 2003 18 Minutes
GHS CONTAINER LABELING (DVD)

Created specifically to assist facilities in complying with the employee training requirements of OSHA's newly adopted GHS regulations, these products discuss how chemicals should be labeled under GHS.  "GHS Container Labeling" this program covers the six types of information contained on a GHS label, and the differences between GHS labels and other types of chemical hazard labels.  Topics covered in the program include: How the GHS changes chemical hazard labeling, GHS labels, training and phase-in dates.  Spanish version #811

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760 2012 12 Minutes
GHS CONTAINER LABELING (SP DVD)

Created specifically to assist facilities in complying with the employee training requirements of OSHA's newly adopted GHS regulations, these products discuss how chemicals should be labeled under GHS.  "GHS Container Labeling" this program covers the six types of information contained on a GHS label, and the differences between GHS labels and other types of chemical hazard labels.  Topics covered in the program include: How the GHS changes chemical hazard labeling, GHS labels, training and phase-in dates.  English version #760.

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811 2012 12 Minutes
GHS SAFETY DATA SHEETS (DVD)

Created specifically to assist facilities in complying with the employee training requirements of OSHA's newly adopted GHS regulations, these products discuss using GHS Safety Data Sheets. "GHS Safety Data Sheets" review the composition of GHS Safety Data Sheets, the information that's contained in each section and how SDS's are different from Material Safety Data Sheets. Topics covered in the program include: Material Safety Data Sheets and GHS SDS's, materials and their hazards, hazardous materials emergencies and handling hazardous materials.  Spanish Version #815

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743 2012 16 Minutes
GHS SAFETY DATA SHEETS (SP DVD)

Created specifically to assist facilities in complying with the employee training requirements of OSHA's newly adopted GHS regulations, these products discuss using GHS Safety Data Sheets. "GHS Safety Data Sheets" review the composition of GHS Safety Data Sheets, the information that's contained in each section and how SDS's are different from Material Safety Data Sheets. Topics covered in the program include: Material Safety Data Sheets and GHS SDS's, materials and their hazards, hazardous materials emergencies and handling hazardous materials.  English version #743

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815 2012 16 Minutes
GHS SAFETY DATA SHEETS AND LABELING (DVD)

The Globally Harmonized System (GHS) is an international approach to hazard communication, providing a new system for classification of chemical hazards, and a standardized approach to labels and safety data sheets. OSHA is requiring that employees are trained on the new labels and Safety Data Sheet format."GHS Labels and Safety Data Sheets" training program will help your employees: understand the new GHS label elements, identify the new GHS pictograms, and read and interpret the new GHS Safety Data Sheets.

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887 2011 24 Minutes
GHS SAFETY DATA SHEETS AND LABELING (SP DVD)

The Globally Harmonized System (GHS) is an international approach to hazard communication, providing a new system for classification of chemical hazards, and a standardized approach to labels and safety data sheets. OSHA is requiring that employees are trained on the new labels and Safety Data Sheet format."GHS Labels and Safety Data Sheets" training program will help your employees: understand the new GHS label elements, identify the new GHS pictograms, and read and interpret the new GHS Safety Data Sheets.

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327 2011 24 Minutes
GHS SAFETY DATA SHEETS IN THE LABORATORY

"GHS Safety Data Sheets in the Laboratory" review the composition of GHS Safety Data Sheets, the information that's contained in each section and how SDS's are different from Material Safety Data Sheets. Topics covered in the program include: Material Safety Data Sheets and GHS SDS's, materials and their hazards, hazardous materials emergencies, handling hazardous materials, and more.

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831 17 Minutes
HAZARD COMMUNICATION & GHS - WHAT'S WRONG W/ THIS PICTURE? (DVD)

This training video presents a thorough and entertaining presentation of the Hazard Communication Standard and GHS (Globally Harmonized System of Classification and Labeling of Chemicals). It will hold your employee’s attention while providing the essential training and information needed to work safely with chemicals. Using interesting examples and demonstrations, it helps the viewers understand the importance of information available to them on Labels, Pictograms, Safety Data Sheets, and their company’s Written Hazard Communication Plan. Correct and incorrect chemical safety procedures are re-enacted in a wide variety of work settings. You can also customize your training with the ability to play the entire video or only the Label segment or SDS segment.

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949 2016 21 Minutes
HAZARD COMMUNICATION & THE GLOBAL HARMONIZING SYSTEM (DVD)

Upcoming changes in OSHA's Hazard Communication Standard will bring regulation more in line with international standards with the implementation of the Global Harmonizing System. Implementing the Global Harmonizing System, or GHS, helps ensure improved quality and consistency in the classification and labeling of all chemicals, which in turn improves an employee's ability to quickly understand critical safety information. This program is designed to help employees understand the three key elements of the GHS: Hazard Classification, container labeling and Safety Data Sheets. Topics include the written Hazard Communication plan, physical and health hazard classes, pictograms, signal words and other information found on GHS container labels and the 16 sections of a Safety Data Sheet.

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231 2011 22 Minutes
HAZARD COMMUNICATION & THE GLOBAL HARMONIZING SYSTEM CONCISE (DVD)

Concise version. Upcoming changes in OSHA's Hazard Communication Standard will bring regulation more in line with international standards with the implementation of the Global Harmonizing System. Implementing the Global Harmonizing System, or GHS, helps ensure improved quality and consistency in the classification and labeling of all chemicals, which in turn improves an employee's ability to quickly understand critical safety information. This program is designed to help employees understand the three key elements of the GHS: Hazard Classification, container labeling and Safety Data Sheets. Topics include the written Hazard Communication plan, physical and health hazard classes, pictograms, signal words and other information found on GHS container labels and the 16 sections of a Safety Data Sheet.

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242 2011 12 Minutes
HAZARD COMMUNICATION & THE GLOBAL HARMONIZING SYSTEM EMPLOYEE TRAINING (SP DVD)

Recent changes in OSHA's Hazard Communication Standard will bring the regulation more in line with international standards with the implementation of the Global Harmonizing System. Implementing the Global Harmonizing System, or GHS, helps ensure improved quality and consistency in the classification and labeling of all chemicals, which in turn improves an employee's ability to quickly understand critical safety information. This program is designed to help employees understand the three key elements of the GHS: Hazard Classification, container labeling and Safety Data Sheets. Topics include the written Hazard Communication plan, physical and health hazard classes, pictograms, signal words and other information found on GHS container labels and the 16 sections of a Safety Data Sheet.

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825 2012 22 Minutes
HAZARD COMMUNICATION - THE GHS & YOU

This training program features four real-life scenarios that underscore the importance of being able to quickly obtain health, safety and hazard information related to hazardous chemicals and substances in the workplace. As mandated by OSHA Standard 1910.1200, chemical safety data must be conveyed through the use of the standard communication elements found in the Globally Harmonized System for Labeling and Classification of Chemicals, commonly called the GHS for short. The program explains each of these communication elements in detail so your employees will understand how chemical hazards are communicated and how to use this information to ensure their safety when storing, handling and using hazardous substances.

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580 2015 14 Minutes
HAZARD COMMUNICATION: YOUR KEY TO CHEMICAL SAFETY (DVD)

Despite years of training on Hazard Communication, employees often ignore the hazards of chemicals in the workplace. This program takes a fresh approach to this topic and gives practical information on the use of chemicals to answer the following four questions: What am I working with? Can it hurt me? How do I protect myself? What do I do if something goes wrong? The program also covers new information on the new Global Harmonization labeling system. (Spanish Version #823 )

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744 2012 14 Minutes
HAZARD COMMUNICATION: YOUR KEY TO CHEMICAL SAFETY (SP DVD)

Despite years of training on Hazard Communication, employees often ignore the hazards of chemicals in the workplace. This program takes a fresh approach to this topic and gives practical information on the use of chemicals to answer the following four questions: What am I working with? Can it hurt me? How do I protect myself? What do I do if something goes wrong? The program also covers new information on the new Global Harmonization labeling system. (English Version # 744)

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823 2012 14 Minutes
HAZCOM (VHS)

This video supplies your employees with the knowledge they need to handle hazardous products. Hazardous chemicals must be appropriately labeled, have a corresponding MSDS and must be used only by people who have been properly trained. Topics covered are: hazards associated with chemicals, labeling and material safety data sheets.

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274 2004 15 Minutes
HAZCOM IN SYNC WITH GHS

As you know, the chemicals that your employees work with everyday can cause a multitude of physical and health hazards including chemical burns, respiratory problems, and fires and explosions. The Occupational Safety and Health Administration's (OSHA) Hazard Communication standard has recently been enhanced with the Globally Harmonized System of Classification and Labeling of Chemicals (GHS). This new HazCom standard not only gives workers the right to know the chemicals and hazards they face, but the right to understand them and how to protect themselves from danger. DuPont Sustainable Solutions' new HazCom: In Sync With GHS will help employees understand this new standardized process of communicating chemical hazards.

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938 2012 16 Minutes
HAZMAT: SAFE AND SECURE (VHS)

This video examines the types of threats that exist for facilities that manufacture, store, use or transport hazardous materials. Other topics included are: types of threats, security vulnerability analysis, facility security tips and screening of employees.

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152 2003 15 Minutes
HAZWOPER FIRST RESPONDER: AWARENESS LEVEL (EN/SP DVD)

Employees who work in areas where hazardous substances are present need to know how to respond to a hazardous substance emergency. This program explains the five levels of emergency response and what first responders at the awareness level need to know.

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401 2005 15 Minutes
HAZWOPER: DEALING WITH THE MEDIA IN EMERGENCY SITUATIONS (DVD)

This DVD will help employees understand the importance of building a good relationship with the media and how to deal with the media during an emergency situation. Topics covered include: The duties and responsibilities of the Public Information Officer (PIO), early response to the media during an incident, unauthorized communication with the media and the consequences of rumors and misinformation.

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179 2001 21 Minutes
HAZWOPER: ELECTRICAL SAFETY IN HAZMAT ENVIRONMENTS (DVD)

This DVD will help employees to understand the hazards associated with the presence of uncontrolled energy in hazardous materials environments, and how to reduce or eliminate these potential hazards. Topics covered include: Arcs, sparks and high temperatures, the National Electrical Code's three HAZMAT classes, engineering controls, safe work practices, intrinsically safe electrical systems, isolating machinery, purging, inserting and pressurization, confined spaces and uncontrolled electrical sources.

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203 2009 24 Minutes
HAZWOPER: FIRE PREVENTION (DVD)

This DVD helps employees understand the need to guard against heat-related illnesses and what steps they can take to protect themselves in work environments with hazardous materials. Topics covered include: the double edged sword of PPE, how the body reacts to heat, the role of fluids and minerals, preventing heat-related illnesses, heat rash, heat exhaustion and heat stroke and recognizing symptoms as well as first aid and acclimatization.

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194 2000 23 Minutes
HAZWOPER: FIRE PREVENTION (DVD)

This DVD will help employees to understand the special hazards that can be created when hazardous materials catch fire and what can be done to help prevent this from occurring. Topics covered in these products include: The three components of fire, sources of ignition and types of fuel, the four classes of fires, approved storage containers, safety measures to take during a chemical spill, using fire extinguishers, evacuation procedures.

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201 2000 15 Minutes
HAZWOPER: SAFETY ORIENTATION (DVD)

This DVD helps employees understand how to reduce or eliminate potential exposure to hazardous materials in their work environments. Topics covered include: Preparing to work with hazardous materials, avoiding bad mental habits and complacency, working at the right pace, controlling emotions, adjusting to the limitations of personal protective equipment, mental discipline and acquiring information you need to work safely.

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181 1999 21 Minutes
HAZWOPER: THE ANSI MATERIAL SAFETY DATA SHEET (DVD)

Educate employees about the ANSI MSDS format and review how the information in an MSDS can help them work safely with potentially hazardous chemicals. Topics covered include: Importance of the MSDS, the MSDS's role in the Hazard Communication Standard, advantages of the ANSI format, four basic questions the ANSI MSDS answers and a review of the sections in the ANSI Material Safety Data Sheet.

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189 2001 13 Minutes
HAZWOPER: THE EMERGENCY RESPONSE PLAN (DVD)

This DVD will help employees understand how emergency planning can reduce or eliminate potential exposure to hazardous materials in crisis situations. Topics covered include: The purpose of an emergency response plan, the chain of command and the responsibilities of individuals like the Incident Commander, the HAZMAT Specialist, the HAZMAT Technician and the First Responder. Also covers communication procedures, the buddy system and personal protective equipment.

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209 2000 15 Minutes
HAZWOPER: THE SITE SAFETY AND HEALTH PLAN (DVD)

This DVD discusses various types of medical surveillance and how it is used to evaluate the health of anyone who regularly works around hazardous materials. Topics covered include: Plan guidelines and goals, medical surveillance, job hazard analysis, the five levels of training and responsibilities for HAZMAT Emergency Responders, site evaluation, personal protective equipment, spill cleanup procedures and decontamination.

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243 2000 19 Minutes
HEXAVALENT CHROMIUM AWARENESS (EN/SP DVD)

Workers who are exposed to Hexavalent Chromium are at risk for lung cancer, permanent eye damage and skin ulcerations. Protect your workers and comply with the OSHA standards -- 1910.1026 for general industry, 1915.1026 for shipyards and marine terminals and 1926.1126 for construction -- with this cutting-edge training program.

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37 2007 17 Minutes
INTRODUCTION TO GHS: THE GLOBALLY HARMONIZED SYSTEM (DVD)

Created specifically to assist facilities in complying with the employee training requirements of OSHA's newly adopted GHS regulations, these products discuss the Created specifically to assist facilities in complying with the employee training requirements of OSHA's newly adopted GHS regulations, these products discuss the Globally Harmonized System for the Classification and Labeling of Chemicals. "Introduction to GHS (The Globally Harmonized System)" reviews what the Globally Harmonized System is all about, why OSHA adopted the GHS, and the phase-in dates for implementing the GHS. Topics covered in the program include: What is the Globally Harmonized System, why Did OSHA adopt the GHS, Hazard classification, the "Safety Data Sheet", container labeling, and GHS "phase in" dates.

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604 2012 20 Minutes
LEAD EXPOSURE IN CONSTRUCTION ENVIRONMENTS (DVD)

Lead is poisonous. If it's taken into the body, it can cause serious health problems and even be fatal. OSHA estimates that more than 800,000 U.S. workers work around lead regularly, and the majority of lead exposures occur on the job. Construction workers can be exposed to lead while doing demolition work, abrasive blasting, rivet busting, welding or cutting painted metal, using mortar that contains lead, and performing numerous other tasks. This training program provides employees with the information they need to understand lead hazards and the safety regulations that address them (OSHA Standard 1926.62). The program also explains how to recognize lead hazards on a job site and handle them safely.

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388 1997 19 Minutes
LEAD EXPOSURE IN GENERAL INDUSTRY (DVD)

Lead is poisonous. If it's taken into the body, it can cause serious health problems and even be fatal. OSHA estimates that more than 800,000 U.S. workers work around lead regularly, and the majority of lead exposures occur on the job. Employees can be exposed to lead while sanding and stripping lead-based paint, welding or cutting painted metal, repairing and servicing automobile brakes, manufacturing ceramics or electronics, smelting or casting metals and performing numerous other tasks. This training program provides employees with the information they need to understand lead hazards and the safety regulations that address them (OSHA Standard 1910.1025). It also explains how to recognize lead hazards in the workplace and handle them safely.

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387 2016 19 Minutes
MARK STANDIFER'S ELECTRICAL SAFETY BRIEFING (DVD)

With nearly 40 years of experience as an electrician, Mark Standifer delivers powerful seminars on the shock and burn hazards associated with electrical work. As a survivor of an arc flash incident, Mark knows the pain and suffering associated with electrical and arc flash injuries. In this live presentation, he stresses the importance of thinking about what we are doing and being aware of all shock and burn hazards when performing electrical job tasks. Mark also makes the point that we must always wear the PPE and FR rated clothing required by the NFPA 70E to protect ourselves from any mistakes that we may make. Viewers will also learn unforgettable lessons about electrical safety from stories about Mark's incident and his friend's electrocution. (Spanish Version #218)

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554 2009 19 Minutes
MATERIALS HANDLING SAFETY (DVD)

This program presents employees with basic information on materials handling and the hazardous situations that may arise if safety procedures are not followed. Topics include: recognizing hazardous situations, good lifting and moving techniques, using materials handling equipment safely and the types of equipment to help complete the job.

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123 2001 14 Minutes
MOLD AWARENESS (VHS)

This video covers topics such as: what is mold, where does mold come from, how is mold spread, how to reduce mold indoors, who should avoid exposure and employee awareness training.

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77 2003 14 Minutes
PSM & RMP AWARENESS (EN/SP DVD)

This important training program teaches your workers the best safety practices necessary to prevent a hazardous chemical fire, explosion or accidental release, and how to minimize damage if a spill occurs. Employees learn how to protect themselves and their facility in the event of a chemical release and also how to protect the people and environment beyond the facility. Facilitator guide included. Complies with OSHA 29 CFR 1910.119 Process Safety Management & EPA 40 CFR 68.

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148 2007 14 Minutes
SAFETY DATA SHEETS THE INFORMATION CONNECTION

Guessing the safest way to work with or around a chemical can be very dangerous. If you don t know how to handle a substance properly, you could end up with chemical burns, breathing problems, fires or even explosions. Instead of guessing, employees should use the Safety Data Sheet, or SDS. Safety Data Sheets: The Information Connection covers each of the sixteen sections of the standardized SDS and how to obtain the pertinent information employees need when they need it.

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961 2014 16 Minutes
SILICA SAFETY AWARENESS (EN/SP DVD)

This program will help educate your workers about the hazards of crystalline silica in the workplace in order to avoid unnecessary illness and death. Workers are provided with detailed information about silica, exposures and health effects.

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693 2008 14 Minutes
SPCC CONTROLLING OIL (DVD)

Federal regulations require that employees at facilities that have the capacity to store or handle in excess of 1320 gallons of any oil or oil product (gasoline, heating oil, lubricants, residual fuels, vegetable and animal oils and other oils) be trained on effective spill prevention measures. This DVD instructs employees on SPCC Plans, oil pollution regulations, effective oil storage and oil transfer procedures. It instructs employees on discharge procedure protocols: first response measures to take when a discharge is discovered.

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360 2006 20 Minutes
STRAIGHT TALK ABOUT HAZARD COMMUNICATION & CHEMICAL SAFETY (DVD)

This program uses a lively talk radio show format to bring life and entertainment to this topic. Listeners are able to call in and get answers to their Hazard Communication questions. At the end of the show, your employees will understand how to access hazard information from labels and MSDS's, how to work safely with chemicals, how to categorize chemicals and the hazards and controls associated with each category.

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636 1998 16 Minutes
THE EMERGENCY RESPONSE PLAN (DVD)

This DVD helps employees understand how emergency planning can reduce or eliminate potential exposure to hazardous materials in crisis situations. Topics covered include: the purpose of an emergency response plan, the chain of command, responsibilities of the incident commander, and responsibilities of the HAZMAT specialist, communication procedures and the buddy system, PPE and more.

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61 2006 15 Minutes
THE OSHA FORMALDEHYDE STANDARD (DVD)

This program provides training that is required by this standard, focusing on the rules and procedures that the standard establishes for working with this potentially dangerous chemical. Topics covered in these products include: potential health hazards associated with formaldehyde, testing for Permissible Exposure Limits (PEL), labeling and Material Safety Data Sheets, hoods and other ventilation systems, personal protective equipment, spill clean-up and decontamination procedures, First aid and the Medical Surveillance Plan.

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353 2011 13 Minutes
UNDERSTANDING YOUR FACILITY'S STORMWATER PREVENTION PLAN (DVD)

All employees need to know the overall scope of your organization's Stormwater Pollution Prevention Plan and the role each person plays in its success. Pollution spread by contaminated stormwater is a real problem and providing your employees with an understanding of your facility's plan is the purpose of this program. Topics include the National Pollution Discharge Elimination System, the Multi-Sector General Permit, stormwater pollution prevention teams, site assessments of potential sources of stormwater pollution, various methods of minimizing pollutant exposure, spill and leak response and the three types of stormwater discharge inspections.

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628 2011 21 Minutes
UNDERSTANDING YOUR FACILITY'S STORMWATER PREVENTION PLAN CONCISE VERSION (DVD)

All employees need to know the overall scope of your organization's Stormwater Pollution Prevention Plan and the role each person plays in its success. Pollution spread by contaminated stormwater is a real problem and providing your employees with an understanding of your facility's plan is the purpose of this program.

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755 2011 12 Minutes
US CHEMICAL SAFETY BOARD SAFETY VIDEO COLLECTION (DVD)

This DVD includes the Chemical Safety Board (CSB) complete video collection covering several topics including: fire, static sparks, reactive hazards, public worker safety, dangers of propylene cylinders, confined spaces, hot work, combustible dust and many more. This DVD includes 26 short videos released by the CSB between 2005-2011.

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622 2011 Minutes
WARNING LABELS AND SIGNS: GET THE MESSAGE (EN/SP DVD)

In this program, workers learn how to identify signs and tags and understand what they mean in the workplace such as HazCom labeling requirements, NFPA labeling system, HazMat labeling system, and SmartRTK labeling system.

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661 2005 17 Minutes
WHAT TO DO WHEN SPILLS OCCUR (VHS)

This video covers the different types of hazards, how to handle them, and what to do to avoid exposure. The video also covers notifying the appropriate personnel in case of a spill, spill cleanup procedures, or emergency response, depending upon the substance and size of the spill.

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987 2001 7 Minutes
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