Safety Media Library

Incident Prevention & Investigation
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ACCIDENT INVESTIGATION (DVD)

This program will help everyone involved in an investigation-management, employees and investigators - understand their roles in the process. Viewers will also learn how to recognize common mistakes made during investigations and how to make the right changes that can prevent injuries and improve workplace safety.

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422 2006 23 Minutes
ACCIDENT INVESTIGATION (DVD)

When accidents happen, it's important to know why. Even when the reason seems obvious, the real cause may be more complicated. That's where accident investigation comes in. It examines the incident systematically to determine the true root causes. This information can then be used to update policies, procedures, or equipment to help make sure a similar accident does not occur in the future. This training program provides employees with the information that they need to understand the goals of an accident investigation, the process itself, and how they can participate in the process to help make their workplace safer. Spanish version #255

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254 2016 13 Minutes
ACCIDENT INVESTIGATION (SP DVD)

When accidents happen, it's important to know why. Even when the reason seems obvious, the real cause may be more complicated. That's where accident investigation comes in. It examines the incident systematically to determine the true root causes. This information can then be used to update policies, procedures, or equipment to help make sure a similar accident does not occur in the future. This training program provides employees with the information that they need to understand the goals of an accident investigation, the process itself, and how they can participate in the process to help make their workplace safer. English version #254

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255 2016 13 Minutes
ACCIDENT INVESTIGATION FOR EVERYONE (DVD)

All too often the focus of an investigation is to find someone responsible for an incident when it should really be about finding the facts and fixes that will prevent the incident from happening again. For an investigation to be successful it must lead to proactive safety improvements.

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888 2007 23 Minutes
ACCIDENT REPORTING (DVD)

Employers are required to make accident reporting part of their written safety program. Observing details of an accident and accurately reporting them can save lives. Once the course of an accident is understood, measures can be taken for future prevention. Topics include: eyewitness, observation, reporting and correcting hazards.

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146 2010 5 Minutes
ACCIDENTS AREN'T JUST ONE OF THOSE THINGS (DVD)

With 20 years of experience as a firefighter and paramedic, Martin Lesperance has treated thousands of injuries and medical emergencies that have resulted from the poor choices and decisions people make everyday. In this program, Martin shares his experiences and stories with a live audience. He addresses many important safety issues such as: the injuries that we call "accidents" can be prevented, reasons to work safely, personal protective equipment and the repercussions of unsafe actions.

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4 2003 20 Minutes
IN THE LINE OF FIRE (DVD)

This video discusses many workplace hazards and outlines general principles that can help employees prevent serious injury and death. This video features several incidents that illustrate the consequences of being in harm's way. Topics include: moving machinery, flying debris, automated equipment and the importance of observation and feedback.

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216 2005 14 Minutes
IN THE LINE OF FIRE CONCISE VERSION (DVD)

The first 24 hours of a chemical spill are often the most critical. In a spill, employees should avoid exposure, assess the situation, and put the proper response plan into action. In fact, all employees having the potential to be exposed to a spill should be trained as first responders. This video discusses these points, along with the purpose of a spill contingency plan.

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754 2005 9 Minutes
INCIDENT INVESTIGATION (DVD)

This presentation will help reinforce the importance of an incident investigation, the skills and techniques required to conduct an effective investigation, how to identify the true root causes of an incident and develop corrective actions and the importance of communication and follow up.

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583 2007 18 Minutes
IT ONLY TAKES A SECOND (DVD)

This DVD is a series of powerful accident re-enactments showing injuries that catch the viewer's attention. It's a great meeting opener and emphasizes the importance of taking the extra time for safety.

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7 1995 3 Minutes
IT'S UP TO ME (VHS)

This video is based on a poem by Don Merrell and brings its powerful safety message to life through the combination of video and poetry. Through several injury scenarios, meshed with stanzas from the poem, viewers will see both the right way and the wrong way to respond to unsafe conditions.

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764 2002 14 Minutes
LEADING INDICATORS: THE TENERIFE TRAGEDY (DVD)

The worst aviation accident in history occurred in 1977 when two 747 jets collided on the island of Tenerife, killing 583 people. Just like hazardous situations that lead to injuries in the workplace, there were several "leading indicators" or warning signs preceding the collision that warned of impending danger. In this presentation, fighter pilot and safety speaker Jeff "Odie" Espenship discusses the three leading indicators that led to this tragedy and encourages viewers to slow down, re-plan and refocus when these warnings appear in our workplaces.

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736 2011 16 Minutes
OSHA'S INSPECTION AND CITATION PROCESS (VHS)

This video prepares contractors and supervisors for an OSHA inspection. The video covers vital information on employer rights and responsibilities during and after the inspection process.

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161 2004 14 Minutes
PEDESTRIAN SAFETY IN INDUSTRY (DVD)

This presentation shows pedestrians the precautions they must take to avoid these injuries. Topics include: awareness of walking hazards, understanding and obeying workplace signs, and avoiding danger in parking lots.

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555 2001 14 Minutes
RECOGNITION, EVALUATION AND CONTROL OF HAZARDS (VHS)

This program examines hazards and suggests strategies that should be used in all workplaces. Topics discussed are: recognition, evaluation, control, elimination, substitution, engineering controls and personal protective equipment.

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997 2003 13 Minutes
WHEEL OF MISFORTUNE (VHS)

This video reminds us that for every action there is a set of prescribed outcomes. Many times we "luck out", however, there is always the chance of an ultimate loss - death.

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777 1997 8 Minutes
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