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S a fety
  BWC’s Division of Safety & Hygiene



  Services
  Catalog
     Safety Congress & Expo
     Training
     Safety councils
     Safety grants
     Videos
     Library services
     OSHA On-Site
     PERRP
     Safety consultation
Introduction
Dear Valued Employer,

The ultimate key to controlling workers’ compensation costs lies in preventing workplace accidents in the first
place. The Ohio Bureau of Workers’ Compensation can help you do that. This catalog describes the collection
of free programs, services and resources we provide to help keep your employees safe in the workplace. Let
us help enhance your safety program to prevent accidents so you can focus on growing your business and
enhancing Ohio’s economy.

Prevention starts with training, and at BWC you can find training to meet your needs. In this catalog, you will
find information on:
   o More than 70 courses offered at our regional offices;
   o More than 10 online courses;
   o How you can take advantage of our safety professionals, who are available to help address your safety,
       ergonomics and industrial hygiene needs;
   o A complete description of our collections of training aids and videos that can be borrowed (free);
   o Other programs and services you can partake in to help reduce your premiums.

Among these other programs, you will find information on two new initiatives that may help your bottom line:
Destination: Excellence and the Workplace Wellness Grant Program.

Destination: Excellence is a cafeteria-style rating plan that allows you to choose from a variety of programs
that can save you money on your premium. Focused on safety? Save by maintaining a drug-free workplace,
participating in local safety councils or by establishing industry-specific safety strategies. Also achieve pre-
mium reduction for managing your account online or by staying lapse-free.

When a workplace injury does occur, getting the injured worker healthy and back to work is our top priority.
That’s why Destination: Excellence also provides options that reward employers for getting injured workers
back to work sooner through transitional work strategies and vocational rehabilitation. A decline in the num-
ber of injured workers returning to work within a year, coupled with the fact that after a year, those workers
are unlikely to ever return has made getting injured workers healthy and productive sooner a top priority of
BWC. An increased emphasis on transitional work and vocational rehab are two ways we’re doing that.

Workplace wellness programs have a proven record of helping improve the health of employees, while low-
ering costs for the employer. The newly created Workplace Wellness Grant Program provides grants to help
employers start wellness programs.

All of Ohio’s state-fund employers may apply for these grants, which will be awarded on a first-come, first-
serve basis. We will also use data collected through the program to better understand health care risk factors
and related costs for the benefit of the entire workers’ comp system.

We want to help Ohio’s employers protect their most valuable asset, their employees. Please take the time to
look through this book and find solutions to help enhance your safety program, protecting workers. You can
also call 1-800-OHIOBWC to speak to one of our representatives about which of our resources might meet
your goals to provide a safe workplace.

Thank you for allowing us to be your partner in safety.

Sincerely,




Stephen Buehrer, Administrator/CEO
Ohio Bureau of Workers’ Compensation




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    Table of contents

    BWC’s Division of Safety & Hygiene services
    Office locations                                                              3
    Destination: Excellence                                                      4-5
    Industry-Specific Safety Program                                             6-9
    Workplace Wellness Grant Program                                             10
    Drug-Free Safety Program                                                     11
    Drug-Free Safety Program (DFSP) Grant                                        12
    OSHA On-Site and the Public Employment Risk Reduction Program                13
    Consultation services and Ohio Safety Congress & Expo                        14
    Safety Intervention Grant Program and Wholesale/Retail/Trade (WRT) Grant      15
    Safety councils                                                            16-17
    Safety publications                                                           18


    Training
    Training center                                                              19
    Training sites                                                               20
    Registration                                                                 21
    Using the BWC Learning Center                                                22
    Hours and certifications                                                     23
    Courses by location                                                          24
    Courses                                                                      36


    Library services
    Library services                                                             75
    How to use the video library                                                 76
    Video loan request form                                                      77
    Video descriptions                                                           78
    Index of videos by subject                                                  146




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Ohio Center for Occupational                Dayton                                         Mansfield
Safety and Health (OCOSH)                   3401 Park Center Drive, Suite 100              240Tappan Drive N., Suite A
BWC Division of Safety and Hygiene          Dayton, OH 45414-2577                          Ontario, OH 44906-1366
13430Yarmouth Drive                         937-264-5217                                   419-529-4528
Pickerington, OH 43147-8310                 Fax 866-281-93565                              Fax 866-336-8350
1-800-OHIOBWC
614-995-8622                                Garfield Heights                               Portsmouth
Fax 614-752-2655                            4800 E.131st St., Suite A                      1005 Fourth St.
                                            Garfield Heights, OH 44105-7132                Portsmouth, OH 45662-4315
                                            216-584-0115                                   740-353-3419
Cambridge                                   Fax 866-457-0590                               Fax 866-336-8353
61501 Southgate Road
Cambridge, OH 43725-9114                    Governor’s Hill                                Toledo
740-435-4210                                8650 Governors Hill Drive, Suite 400           1 Government Center
Fax 866-281-9351                            Cincinnati, OH 45249-1386                      Suite 1136
                                            513-583-4403                                   Toledo, OH 43604-2209
Canton                                      Fax 866-281-9357                               419-245-2474
400Third St. S.E., Suite 2                                                                 Fax 866-457-0594
Canton, OH 44702-1102                       Hamilton
330-471-0937                                345 High St.                                   Youngstown
Fax 866-281-9352                            Sixth floor                                    242 Federal St., Suite 200
                                            Hamilton, OH 45011-6071                        Youngstown, OH 44503-1206
Cleveland                                   513-785-4510                                   330-797-5010
615 W. Superior Ave.                        Fax 866-336-8343                               Fax 866-457-0596
Sixth floor
Cleveland, OH 44113-1889                    Lima
216-787-3060                                2025 E. Fourth St.
Fax 866-336-8345                            Lima, OH 45804-4101
                                            419-227-4116
Columbus                                    Fax 866-336-8346
30 W. Spring St.,
Eleventh floor                              Logan
Columbus, OH 43215-2256                     1225 W. Hunter St.
614-728-6457                                Logan, OH 43138-1011
Fax 866-336-8352                            740-385-9848
                                            Fax 866-336-8348




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    Introducing Destination: Excellence
    We designed Destination: Excellence – our newest program package for
    employers – to help you focus on keeping your workplace safe and get-              Grants for workplace
    ting injured workers healthy and back to work sooner.
                                                                                       wellness
    Destination: Excellence combines some of our existing programs with
                                                                                       We also offer workplace wellness
    new options to let you tailor a plan that fits your company’s specific             grants of up to $15,000 to help Ohio
    needs.This “cafeteria style” plan can help you:                                    employers implement wellness pro-
                                                                                       grams for their workforce.
       o Prevent injuries through improved workplace safety;
       o Get injured employees back on the job by using proven                         Health factors such as obesity and
         return-to-work methods;                                                       chronic disease can contribute to
       o Save money on premiums.                                                       workplace injuries and slow an
                                                                                       injured worker’s recovery. By pro-
    Destination: Excellence includes two of our existing workplace safety op-          moting workplace wellness, we are
    tions: our Drug-Free Safety Program (DFSP) and safety council rebates.             helping improve the quality of life for
    Whether or not your company is already participating in these programs,            working Ohioans and their families,
    we strongly encourage you to take a look at Destination: Excellence.               as well as helping reduce costs for
                                                                                       Ohio’s employers.

    The following are short descriptions of the program’s options
                                                                                       Learn more on page 10.
    and a chart outlining the potential discounts for each.



    Industry-specific safety
    Helps employers improve workplace safety by focusing on risks associated with specific industry types and developing
    strategies to prevent injuries. Requirements include completion of an online safety management self-assessment and
    completion of one, two or three loss prevention activities depending on the employer’s payroll.

    Loss prevention activities include industry-specific training classes (see list on page 7-8), attendance at BWC’s Ohio Safety
    Congress & Expo and/or on-site field consulting with one of our safety and health experts. We categorize employers by
    payroll as follows.

       o Less than or equal to $100,000 in payroll – complete one activity listed above
       o More than $100,000 and up to $300,000 in payroll – complete two activities listed above
       o More than $300,000 in payroll – complete three activities listed above

    Transitional work
    Employers with an approved transitional work plan may receive a back-end discount for using the plan to return injured
    workers back to work. Well-developed transitional work programs can save employers money by returning injured work-
    ers back to the workplace in a safe, timely manner.

    Transitional work grants
    Additionally, employers that have not received a transitional work grant from BWC in the past, may apply for funds to
    help them contract with certified transitional work developers to establish a transitional work program in their workplace.




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Drug-Free Safety Program
Our Drug-Free Safety Program (DFSP) provides a discount for promoting a work environment free of drugs and alcohol.
Requirements include implementing elements of either BWC’s DFSP basic or advanced level.

Safety councils
Employers can increase safety awareness and receive a premium rebate by participating in a local safety council. They
can earn an additional rebate for reductions in claims frequency and severity.

Vocational rehabilitation
Rewards employers that work with medical partners and BWC to provide vocational rehabilitation plans to return seri-
ously injured workers back to the workplace. Potential incentive: Negotiated payments from BWC as well as defraying of
rehab costs through BWC surplus fund; applicable to claims with any date of injury.

Go green discount
Employers can reduce paperwork and receive a premium discount for receiving their payroll report electronically, report-
ing their payroll and paying premiums in full on ohiobwc.com while helping the environment.

Lapse-free discount
To reward timely payers, employers that have had no lapses in coverage during the past 60 months can receive a pre-
mium discount.

Potential discounts


   Program option                                 Initial discount                    Back-end discount

   Go-green discount                                   1%                                      ---
   Lapse-free discount                                 1%                                      ---
   Safety councils                                     2%                                      2%
   Industry-specific safety                            3%                                      ---
   DFSP                                                4 to 7%                                 ---
   Vocational rehabilitation                           ---                                     ---
   Transitional work                                   ---                                    10%


Destination: Excellence is about giving you choices when it comes to developing a comprehensive discount program that
meets your specific needs. More importantly it’s about strengthening workplace safety and bringing injured workers back
to the workplace in a timely manner. In the end, everyone benefits.

For more details visit ohiobwc.com or email us at Excellence.Destination@bwc.state.oh.us.




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    Industry-Specific Safety Program
    The Industry-Specific Safety Program encourages Ohio’s employers to use the many safety services and programs avail-
    able through BWC’s Division of Safety & Hygiene (DSH) to train their employees about safety policies and procedures
    specific to the industry they work in.

    To receive the 3-percent industry-specific safety program discount, private employers commit to completing the follow-
    ing requirements between July 1, 2012, and June 30, 2013; public employers between Jan. 1 to Dec. 31, 2013.

       o Completion of an online Safety Management Self-Assessment.
       o Participation in loss prevention activities, including:
           •	 Industry-specific	safety	classes	offered	by	DSH;
           •	 On-site	safety	consulting	by	DSH	experts;
           •	 Attendance	at	our	annual	Ohio	Safety	Congress	&	Expo.

    The payroll reported by the policyholder in the previous policy year will determine whether an employer is required to
    complete one, two or three loss prevention activities.



          Total reported payroll of employer                   Number of loss prevention activities required

          Less than or equal to $100,000                       Must complete one activity
          Payroll more than $100,000 and up to $300,000        Must complete two activities
          Payroll more than $300,000                           Must complete three activities



    Employers will complete the safety management self-assessment during the enrollment process.

    Eligible employers will receive an enrollment confirmation email with a link to a Web page specifically designed to man-
    age the employer’s pursuit of this discount.This Web page, personalized to the enrolled employer’s policy, will document
    activities completed for both the employer and BWC to use in monitoring progress throughout the year. In addition to
    tracking progress on this Web page, employers are encouraged to download and maintain applicable attendance or par-
    ticipation certificates for their records.


    Loss prevention activities
    Industry-specific safety classes offered by DSH
    The DSH training center offers continuing education courses on occupational safety and health topics. Courses empha-
    size the practical application of safety principles, development of a safety culture, current and proposed standards for
    regulatory compliance, and risk programs.

    We offer classes at 11 training sites around Ohio.




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    The industry-specific matrix below identifies applicable courses for an employer’s industry, based on the primary NCCI manual num-
    ber assigned to the employer’s policy number. Only DSH industry-specific classes are eligible for loss prevention activity credit. At-
    tendance at an industry-specific class can result in a maximum of one loss prevention activity credit, no matter how many employer
    representatives attend the class.

    Below is a list of 10 industries and a grid showing what courses meet the industry-specific training requirements.


      Industry                            Abbreviation                                          Industry                   Abbreviation
       Agriculture                        Ag                                                    Office                     Off
      Commercial                          Com                                                   Service                    Ser
      Construction                        Con                                                   Transportation             Tra
      Extraction (Oil&Gas)                Ext                                                   Utility                    Util
      Manufacturing                       Manu                                                  Public                     Pub




          Training Center Course                                                                                 Industries

                                                                                                Ag Com Con Ext Manu Off Ser Tra Util Pub

Basic Construction Safety (OSHA 30) (4.5 days)                                                   n	       	   n	 n	    	         	   	   	   n	 n
Construction Safety Elements (OSHA 10) (2 days)                                                  n	       	   n	 n	    	         	   	   	   n	 n
New! Crane Rigging and Signal Person Duties (1 day)                                              n	 n	 n	 n	           n	 	          n	 n	 n	 n
Fall-Hazards in Construction and Maintenance (2 days)                                            n	 	         n	 n	    	         	   	   	   n	 n
Hazardous Waste Operations and Emergency Response Awareness (0.8 days)                           n	 n	 n	 n	           n	 	          n	 n	 n	 n
Hazardous Waste Operations and Emergency Response Operations (2 days)                            n	 n	 n	 n	           n	 	          n	 n	 n	 n
Hazardous Waste Operations and Emergency Response Refresher (1 day)                              n	 n		n	 n	           n	 	          n	 n	 n	 n
Hazardous Waste Operations and Emergency ResponseTechnician (3 days)                             n	 n	 n	 n	           n	 	          n	 n	 n	 n
Industrial Hygiene Calibration and Sampling (1 day)                                                           n	 	     n	 	          	   	   n	 n
Industrial Ventilation (3 days)                                                                                        n	 	          	   	   n	 n
Industry Safety Elements (OSHA 10) (2 days)                                                               n	 	   	     n	 n	 n	 n	 n	 n
Laboratory Safety (1 day)                                                                        n	 n	 	         	     n	 n	 n	 	            n	 n
Machine Guarding Basics (0.5 days)                                                               n	 n	 	         	     n	 	          n	 n	 n	 n
Mechanical Power Press (2 days)                                                                                        n
Mold and Other Indoor Air Quality Concerns (1 day)                                                                               n
Noise and Hearing Conservation (1 day)                                                           n	 n	 n	 n	 n	 	                    n	 n	 n	 n
Nonviolent Strategies for Caregivers and Other Staff Working Directly with the Public (1 day)             n	 	   	     	         n	 n	 n	 n	 n
Personal Protective Equipment Selection Criteria (0.5 days)                                      n	 n	 n	 n	 n	 	                    n	 n	 n	 n
Powered IndustrialTrucks: Developing aTraining Program (1 day)                                   n	 n	 n	 n	 n	 	                    n	 n	 n	 n
Restaurant and Food Service Safety Workshop (0.5 days)                                                    n	 	   	     	         	   n	 n	 	     n
Safety and Ergonomics for Extended-care Facilities (1 day)                                                                           n	 	    	   n
Scaffolding Safety (2 days)                                                                                   n	 	     	         	   	   	   	   n
TemporaryTraffic Management (0.5 days)                                                           n	 	         n	 n	 	            	   	   n	 n	 n
Trenching and Excavation (3 days)                                                                n	 	         n	 n	 	            	   	   	   n	 n
New! WhatYou Should Know About Combustible Dust (1 day)                                          n	 	         n	 n	 n



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    Full-and multiple-day courses
    Employers may also choose from one of 23 full- or multiple-day courses to meet program requirements regardless of the
    employer’s specific industry. Completion of one of these courses qualifies for one activity credit for any employer in any payroll
    category.


    Accident Analysis                                       (1 day)      First Aid in the Workplace                                (1 day)
    Asthma! IsYour Company at Risk?                         (1 day)      Hazard Communication                                   (1.5 days)
    Behavior-based Safety Systems                           (1 day)      Hazard Communication One-day workshop                     (1 day)
    Confined Space Assessment and Work                    (1.5 days)     Measuring Safety Performance                              (1 day)
    Controlling Costs through Claims Management             (1 day)      NFPA 70E andYou: Insight and Implementation               (1 day)
    Controlling Workers’ Compensation Costs                 (1 day)      OSHA Recordkeeping                                        (1 day)
    Effective SafetyTeams                                   (1 day)      Respiratory Protection                                 (2.5 days)
    Electrical Hazard Recognition and Abatement           (3.5 days)     New! Safety for Non-Safety Professional                   (1 day)
    Electrical Safety Audits                               (2 days)      Train theTrainer                                       (1.5 days)
    Emergency Preparedness Planning                         (1 day)      Train theTrainer One-day workshop                         (1 day)
    Ergonomics: Basic Principles                            (1 day)      Transitional Return to Work                               (1 day)
    Ergonomics: Developing an Effective Process             (1 day)




    Half-day courses                                                       BWC online courses
    16 half-day courses meet program requirements regardless               BWC offers 10 online courses that may be used by employers
    of an employer’s specific industry.                                    with a reported payroll less than or equal to $100,000 in any
                                                                           industry to get credit. An employer must take a total of three or
                                                                           more hours in online courses to qualify for one activity credit.
    Accident Analysis Half-day Workshop

    Behavior-based Safety Systems Half-day Workshop
                                                                            Accident Analysis Online                         (0.75 hours)
    Bloodborne Pathogens
                                                                           Avoiding BackTrauma Online                           (2 hours)
    Effective SafetyTeams Half-day Workshop
                                                                           A Five-Step Process for Preventing Work-Related
    Emergency Preparedness Planning Half-day Workshop
                                                                           Musculoskeletal Disorders (WMSDs) inYour
    Hazard Communication Half-day Workshop                                 Workplace Online                                       (1 hour)
    How Methamphetamines Affect the Workplace                              Getting Started with Safety Online                    (4 hours)
    Job Safety Analysis Workshop
                                                                           Health Hazards in Construction Online                  (1 hour)
    Lockout/Tagout and Safety-related Work Practices
                                                                           Industrial Hygiene Overview: Recognizing
    OSHA Recordkeeping Half-day Workshop                                   Occupational Health Hazards Online                     (1 hour)
    New! Quantifying Ergonomic Risk Factors                                Ladder/Stairway Safety Online                      (0.75 hours)
    Respirators: Do we need them?
                                                                           New! Office Ergonomics: Computer Workstation
    Ten Steps for Safety                                                   and Mobile Computing Online                  (1.5 hours)
    New! Understanding and Identifying Ergonomic Risk Factors
                                                                           Preventing Cuts and Lacerations Online                 (1 hour)
    Violence in the Workplace
                                                                           Preventing Slips/Trips/Falls Online                    (1 hour)
    Wellness in the Workplace Workshop




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On-site safety consulting by DSH experts
Based on an employer’s unique needs, a BWC safety consultant, industrial hygienist or ergonomist will perform one
of the following on-site consultation activities earning the employer a loss prevention activity credit.
    o Company-specific safety training
    o Customer safety team development
    o Ergonomics assessment
    o Industrial hygiene assessment
    o Safety hazard assessment
    o Safety management process evaluation
    o Safety program/process development

Following the on-site consultation, the employer is required to complete a post on-site consultation survey to earn the
loss prevention activity credit.



The Division of Safety & Hygiene’s annual Safety Congress
Our Ohio Safety Congress & Expo (April 9 – 11, 2013) is the largest state workplace safety and health conference in the
United States. Attendees learn the latest information and techniques to prevent workplace injuries and illnesses and
control workers’ compensation costs.
   o It is preferred that employers enrolled in the industry-specific program register in advance at ohiobwc.com.
   o Employers may receive one loss prevention activity credit by attending three one-hour sessions or a half-day
      or full-day workshop.

Attendance at the 2013 Ohio Safety Congress & Expo can result in a maximum of one loss prevention activity credit,
no matter how many days or how many employer representatives are in attendance. Enrolled employers should fol-
low instructions provided at the event to document their attendance.




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     Workplace Wellness Grant Program
     Partnering with employers to develop a healthier workforce


     Employers wanting to establish a workplace wellness program may be eligible to apply for funds through BWC. The
     Workplace Wellness Grant Program will financially assist employers in the creation and implementation of a wellness
     program. Employers receiving funds will provide information on their programs and outcomes each year of the pro-
     gram, up to four years. The goal is to limit and control the escalating cost of workers’ compensation claims by addressing
     health risk factors.

     Program basics
     BWC will provide a total of $15,000 to each employer until the grant funds are no longer available. Employers may receive
     $300 per participating employee, divided over a four-year period.


     Graph showing the division of the $300 per employee over four years.

               ear
              Y 1                 ear
                                 Y 2               Y 3
                                                    ear                ear
                                                                      Y 4                Total
              $100                $75               $75                $50               $300 per employee

     To receive a workplace wellness grant, you must:
        o Be a state-fund or public employer;
        o Maintain active coverage;
        o Be current on all monies owed to BWC;
        o Not already have a workplace wellness program in place;
        o Contract with a third-party vendor that provides wellness program services.
            Existing contracts do not qualify.

     When you apply for this grant, you will provide us with a completed application and a copy of the newly signed wellness
     program vendor contract. Next steps include receiving approval from BWC, and completing and reporting health risk
     appraisal (HRA) and biometric screening data to BWC. Based on the results of these assessment tools, the vendor will
     develop specific wellness programming to meet the needs of your employees.

     Best practices
     Employers participating in the Workplace Wellness Grant Program agree to provide aggregate data to BWC from the
     HRAs and biometric screenings, and claims data for the population participating in their wellness program. Also, employ-
     ers will provide a case study at the end of each year of participation explaining the creation and implementation of their
     wellness program. BWC will develop best practices from the data collected and information shared in the case studies.

     It’s our belief the healthy habits learned through a workplace wellness program translate to the home and community
     environments.




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BWC’S Drug-Free Safety Program
Tools to make your workplace safer


BWC’s Drug-Free Safety Program (DFSP) offers a premium discount to eligible employers for implementing a loss-pre-
vention strategy addressing workplace use and misuse of alcohol and other drugs -- especially illegal drugs. Integrating
drug-free efforts into your overall workplace safety program will help prevent on-the-job injuries and illnesses.

BWC redesigned the drug-free program in 2010 to make it easier to use.The new streamlined DFSP process includes:
  o Online access to program application and submission of all program forms;
  o Availability to previous Drug-Free Workplace Program (DFWP) participants;
  o No limit to the number of years of participation;
  o Improved data collection, evaluation and measurement to monitor program effectiveness.

Program eligibility requirements
   o   Must be a state-fund employer
   o   Current on assessments owed BWC
   o   Active coverage status
   o   No more than 40 lapsed days in the past 12 months

How the program works
The DFSP has two levels; eligible employers may elect to join either level of the program.

Basic level: Participating employers receive a 4-percent discount by meeting all program requirements. These include
completion of an online safety review, online accident analysis reporting, accident analysis training for supervisors, em-
ployee education, supervisor skill-building training, alcohol and other drug testing, a written DFSP policy and provide a
list of community resources (as a minimum) for employees requesting assistance with substance issues.

Advanced level: Participating employers receive a 7-percent discount by meeting the basic level requirements; conduct-
ing annual 15-percent random drug testing and completing an online safety action plan. Advanced level participants
must also provide an assessment and offer a second chance for employees testing positive.

Discount compatibility:
Please note that employers may not be eligible to receive the DFSP premium discount if they also participate in other
BWC premium discount programs. Please refer to the program compatibility chart on the BWC website for current infor-
mation regarding discount compatibility.

How to apply
                                                               ,
To access detailed program information or to apply for the DFSP visit ohiobwc.com, select Ohio Employers, click on the
Drug-Free Safety Program link under the Programs tab.
   o Private employers who wish to participate in the July 1 program year
       must complete and submit their application to BWC by the last business day in April.
   o Private employers who wish to participate in the Jan. 1 program year
       must submit their application to BWC by the last business day of October.
   o Public employers may only enroll in the Jan. 1 program year and must submit their
       application to BWC by the last business day of October.




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     Drug-Free Safety Program (DFSP) Grant
     DFSP grants are intended to help you design a workplace free of alcohol and other drugs, using proven safety pro-
     cesses. Start-up grants are available to offset the costs involved in implementing a compliant DFSP in your workplace.

                                                                                  ,
     State-fund private or public employer taxing districts, participating in DFSP may apply for start-up grant money from
     BWC for services rendered within their first two years of participation at the Basic or Advanced level, without a gap
     in participation. So, if an employer does not participate in DFSP the second year, they will not be eligible for a second
     year of grant reimbursement.

     Grant requirements
     To receive a DFSP grant, you must:
        o Be a state-fund employer;
        o Be current on all monies owed BWC;
        o Maintain active coverage;
        o Participate in BWC’s DFSP even if you’re not eligible for DFSP Basic- or Advanced-level dis-counts due to con-
           current participation in another BWC-rating program;
        o Be in your first year or the next consecutive year of the DFSP.

     Participating DFSP employers may use grant dollars to cover the costs of the following items: employee education,
     supervisor training and one-time-only development of a written DFSP policy, which also undergoes a review from an
     appropriate external, non-corporate legal counsel.

     The DFSP start-up grant is a reimbursement funding tool. Recipients must provide documentation of expenses re-
                                   .
     lated to implementing a DFSP This documentation may include, but is not limited to, itemized service invoices and
     proof of payment. BWC is not able to reimburse bundled charges; therefore, participants must itemize all requests
     for reimbursement.

     Note: Eligibility to bid on state construction projects
     Employers participating in a comparable drug-free program (not DFSP) may bid on or work state construction proj-
     ects. However, they are not eligible for DFSP start-up grant funds.

     Contact
     Telephone: 1-800-OHIOBWC
     Email: dfsp@bwc.state.oh.us
     Web: ohiobwc.com




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OSHA On-Site                                                    Public
Consultation                                                    Employment
Program provides services to Ohio’s                             Risk Reduction
small, high-hazard businesses
                                                                Program
The BWC/OSHA On-Site Consultation Program offers work-
place safety and health consultative services to small busi-
                                                                Services for Ohio’s public employers
ness employers in high-hazard industries at no additional
cost.The program is an Occupational Safety & Health Admin-
                                                                BWC’s Public Employment Risk Reduction Program (PERRP)
istration (OSHA)/BWC cooperative program that is primarily
                                                                provides a variety of workplace safety and health services
funded by OSHA.
                                                                specific to Ohio’s state, county and local government agen-
                                                                cies and school districts. By promoting safe workplaces and
BWC is your partner in workplace safety and health
                                                                prevention awareness, PERRP protects public employees
BWC’s safety and health consultants, including industrial hy-
                                                                from workplace injuries and illnesses.
gienists, provide the following types of services:
   o Comprehensive safety and health consultation;
   o Safety and health surveys limited to one or more
                                                                BWC is your partner in workplace safety and health
       areas of concern;                                        PERRP services are provided to public employers
   o Air and noise monitoring.                                  at no additional cost.
                                                                    o Safety and health consultations
                                                                    o Hazard identification
SHARP
                                                                    o Written safety program reviews
OSHA’s Safety and Health Achievement Recognition Program
                                                                    o On-site safety training
(SHARP) is a unique recognition and exemption program for           o Industrial hygiene sampling
small employers that maintain exemplary safety and health-          o Work-site surveys related to noise, chemical
management systems. It involves working closely with the               exposures, ventilation and biological hazards
OSHA On-Site Consultation Program to achieve certification.
Employers earning SHARP certification or those working to-      The exceptional quality and value of the services provided by
ward SHARP certification may be eligible for OSHA inspec-       PERRP’s safety and health specialists are valuable to public
tion deferrals and exemptions.                                  employers. Our experts coach and train supervisors and em-
                                                                ployees to improve hazard recognition and controls.
How to reach BWC’s OSHA On-Site
Consultation Program                                            Each year, PERRP compliance investigators provide consulta-
Telephone: 1-800-282-1425                                       tive visits to more than 900 public work sites.
Email: oshaon-siterequest@bwc.state.oh.us
Fax: 614-644-3133                                               Ohio law places specific responsibilities on public employers
Web: ohiobwc.com                                                for maintaining a safe workplace and gives public employ-
                                                                ees certain protective rights. For more information about this
                                                                Ohio law, contact PERRP using the below information for
                                                                BWC’s Division of Safety & Hygiene.

                                                                How to reach BWC’s Public Employment
                                                                Risk Reduction Program
                                                                Telephone: 1-800-671-6858
                                                                Email: safety@bwc.state.oh.us
                                                                Fax: 614-644-3133
                                                                Web: ohiobwc.com




                                                                          ohiobwc.com                  1-800-OHIOBWC
     Consultation                                                       Ohio Safety
     services                                                           Congress & Expo
     Expert safety advice at your workplace
                                                                                           ,
                                                                        Originating in 1927 BWC’s Ohio Safety Congress & Expo is the
     BWC provides assistance to help Ohio employers:
                                                                        largest state workplace safety and health conference in the
        o   Identify and address occupational safety and
                                                                        United States. Each year, nearly 6,000 people attend this three-
            health hazards;
        o   Better manage their safety and health processes;            day event to learn the latest information and techniques to
        o   Improve workplace safety and health programs;               prevent workplace Injuries and illnesses and control workers’
        o   Reduce workers’ compensation costs!                         compensation costs.

     BWC is your partner in workplace safety and health                 BWC is your partner in workplace safety and health
     BWC’s safety, industrial hygiene and ergonomics specialists        Ohio Safety Congress & Expo is packed with more than 150
     can visit your workplace or consult with you electronically to     educational sessions, an exhibit hall filled with more than 200
     provide you with the knowledge, tools and skills you need to       vendors, engaging live demonstrations and free continuing ed-
     develop effective injury and illness prevention strategies.BWC     ucation credit. By attending the safety congress, your business
     provides all of its consultative services at no additional cost.
                                                                        will raise its capacity to:
                                                                           o Prevent workplace injuries and illnesses;
     Safety consultation – Services include assessment and
                                                                           o Reduce workers’ compensation claims costs;
     recommendations regarding machine guarding, electrical
                                                                           o Keep Ohio’s work force healthy and productive;
     safety issues, fall protection, personal protective equipment,
                                                                           o Maintain professional accreditation;
     powered industrial trucks, trenching/excavation, scaffolding,
                                                                           o Meet training needs;
     and other hazards.
                                                                           o Research and purchase industrial supplies, safety
                                                                                and health products and protective gear in a single
     Industrial hygiene consultation – Services include assess-
                                                                                location.
     ment of airborne contaminants, noise levels, and heat/cold
     stress and provide recommendations to assist with hazard
     reduction through ventilation and noise control.                   One-stop resource for safety in Ohio
                                                                        The programming is diverse, appealing to safety professionals,
     Ergonomics consultation – Services include assessment              risk managers, workers’ compensation administrators and hu-
     and recommendations regarding lifting, pushing, pulling and        man resources personnel. Programming includes:
     carrying tasks, repetitive hand-intensive work, sedentary work,        o Nationally recognized keynote presenter;
     awkward work postures, and other physical stressors.                   o Educational sessions offering a variety of continu-
                                                                               ing education units (CEUs);
     Other services that BWC’s safety, ergonomics, and industrial           o Information about new BWC initiatives and cost-
     hygiene consultants can provide include:                                  saving programs;
        o Safety management assessment and advice;                          o New safety innovations, solutions, standards and
        o Safety, Industrial Hygiene and Ergonomics train-                     technology.
           ing development;
        o Written safety and health program development                 How to reach BWC’s Ohio Safety Congress & Expo
           assistance;                                                  Telephone: 1-800-OHIOBWC
        o Safety culture assessment and behavior change                 Email: safetycongress@bwc.state.oh.us
           process assistance;                                          Fax: 614-365-4971
        o Safety team committee development and
                                                                        Web: ohiobwc.com
           enhancement.

     Let BWC help you meet your safety and health goals
     To make it easier for you to take advantage of our consultation
     services, you can find safety and health specialists in each of
     BWC’s customer service offices.To request consultation servic-
     es, contact BWC’s Division of Safety & Hygiene or your local
     service office.

     How to reach BWC’s Division of Safety & Hygiene
     Telephone: 1-800-OHIOBWC
     Email: safety@bwc.state.oh.us
     Fax: 614-365-4974
     Web: ohiobwc.com

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Safety Intervention                                                    Wholesale/Retail/
Grant Program                                                          Trade Grants
Partnering with employers to develop
best practices for improving safety                                    If you’re an employer in the wholesale/retail/trade (WRT) sector,
                                                                       you have a partner with BWC.

If you are an employer wanting to buy equipment to improve             BWC and the National Institute for Occupational Safety and
workplace safety, you have a partner in BWC. Our safety inter-         Health (NIOSH) are working together to study the effects of add-
vention grant program provides financial assistance to help you        ing specific equipment to a delivery process (e.g., stair-climbing
achieve your safety goals. In return, employers provide research       powered hand trucks, truck-lift gates, etc.) and if the addition re-
data over a two-year period that we will use to develop best prac-     duces workplace injuries to the back and shoulder areas.
tices and case studies to share with other employers.
                                                                       BWC and NIOSH will evalu¬ate information gathered to deter-
Program basics                                                         mine the cost effectiveness of these equipment interventions
Employers can receive a 2-to-1 matching grant, up to a maximum         in reducing occupational injuries. The goal is to provide the in-
of $40,000. For example, if intervention equipment costs $60,000,      dustry with information to help reduce injuries/illnesses and im-
BWC will contribute $40,000, and you will contribute $20,000.          prove work processes. Employers in other sectors, i.e. transpor-
                                                                       tation, that deliver items also may apply for this grant. Program
To receive a safety grant, you must:                                   basics are the same as for the safety intervention grants.
   o   Be a state-fund or public employer;
   o   Maintain active coverage;                                       For further information, visit the WRT grants Web page at http://
   o   Be current on all money owed to BWC;                            www.ohiobwc.com/employer/programs/safety/EmpGrants-
   o   Demonstrate the need for a safety intervention.                 WRT  .asp.

When you apply for a grant, you provide us with baseline claim         How to reach BWC’s Wholesale/Retail/Trade
and injury data. Once the intervention begins, you report quar-        Grant Program
terly for two years. One year after the intervention begins, provide   Telephone: 1-800-OHIOBWC
us an electronic case-study report and information that will help      Email: dshsg@bwc.state.oh.us
measure the intervention’s effectiveness.                              Fax: 614-365-4972
                                                                       Web: ohiobwc.com
Best practices are shared
Grant recipients agree to share the results of their safety inter-
vention grant benefits. BWC then shares these results with other
employers and research organizations. We share safety interven-
tion best practices for accident and injury prevention through our
Safety Grant Best Practices web page on ohiobwc.com. Visitors to
the web page can search for best practices by risk factor, industry
and keyword, and view success-story videos.

How to reach BWC’s Safety Intervention
Grant Program
Telephone: 1-800-OHIOBWC
Email: dshsg@bwc.state.oh.us
Fax: 614-365-4972
Web: ohiobwc.com




                                                                                  ohiobwc.com                    1-800-OHIOBWC
     Safety councils
     DSH co-sponsors 80 safety councils across Ohio.They provide a forum for occupational safety and health in local communities.
     Co-sponsors include local chambers of commerce, learning institutions, community organizations or safety service providers.


     Safety councils host monthly meetings on topics related to        BWC excludes self-insuring employers and state agencies
     occupational safety and health, accident prevention, risk man-    from the rebate offer. Limitations apply to employers en-
     agement and workers’ compensation issues. The program             rolled in a professional employer organization.
     allows for business and industry to network and share ideas
     beneficial to workplace safety. Safety councils also collect      Employers cannot earn external training credit for online
     semiannual accident statistics to determine recipients of an-     training or training conducted in their workplace.
     nual recognition awards.
                                                                       Employers must have active coverage status at the time the
     Thousands of Ohio employers save on their workers’ com-           rebate is calculated to qualify for the rebate. Also, employ-
     pensation premium by actively participating in their local        ers with active coverage status but an outstanding balance
     safety council.                                                   will have the rebate applied to any money due to BWC.
                                                                       In addition, employers may not have cumulative lapses
     For example, employers not enrolled in a BWC group-rating         in workers’ compensation coverage in excess of 40 days
     program can earn a 2% participation rebate on their workers’      within the last 12 months.
     compensation premium. They can earn an additional 2% per-
     formance bonus rebate for reducing either claim frequency or      You may contact the safety council in your community for
     severity by 10%, or maintaining frequency and severity at zero.   more information or to enroll. Visit ohiobwc.com for a com-
                                                                       plete program list.
     Employers enrolled in a group-experience program qualify
     only for a 2% performance bonus rebate. Employers enrolled
     in a group-retrospective program qualify only for a 2% partici-
     pation rebate.

     To qualify for a safety council rebate, an employer must meet
     the following eligibility requirements between July 1, 2012,
     and June 30, 2013:
        1. Enroll with the local safety council by July 31, 2012;
        2. Attend 10 meetings or events, at least eight through the
           local safety council. Employer has the option to earn a
           maximum of two external training credits through at-
           tendance at BWC’s safety training courses or industry-
           specific training;
        3. CEO (highest ranking authority) must attend any one
           safety council hosted function or meeting;
        4. Submit semiannual reports for the 2012 calendar year.




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Safety council phone numbers

Akron            Summit County Safety Council                    330-806-1676     Lima               West Central Ohio Safety Council               419-222-6045
Alliance         Eastern Stark County Safety Council             330-823-6260     Logan              Appalachian Regional Safety Council            740-380-8157
Archbold         Black Swamp Safety Council                      419-267-1405     London             Madison County Safety Council                  740-852-2250
Ashland          Ashland Area Safety Council                     419-281-4584     Mansfield          Richland County Safety Council                 419-525-0615
Ashtabula        Ashtabula County Safety Council                 440-576-5506     Marietta           Mid-Ohio Valley Safety Council                 740-373-5176
Barberton        South Summit Safety Council                     330-745-3141     Marion             Marion Area Safety Council                     740-382-2181
Bellefontaine    Logan County Area Safety Council                937-599-5121     Marysville         Union County Safety Council                    937-642-6279
Berea            Cleveland Southwest Safety Council              440-346-4235     Medina             Medina County Safety Council                   330-723-8773
Bucyrus          Bucyrus Area Safety Council                     419-562-5087     Mentor             Lake County Safety Council                     440-255-1616
Cambridge        Guernsey/Noble Safety Council                   740-439-6688     Middlefield        Geauga Safety Council                          440-346-0379
Canton           Stark County Safety Council                     330-456-7253     Middletown         Safety Council of Southwestern Ohio            513-423-9758
Celina           Grand Lake Area Safety Council                  419-586-2219     Millersburg        Holmes Area Safety Council                     330-674-3975
Chillicothe      Ross County Safety Council                      740-702-2722     Mount Vernon       Knox County Safety Council                     740-393-1111
Cincinnati       Greater Cincinnati Safety Council               513-579-3100     New Philadelphia Tuscarawas Valley Safety Council                 330-343-4474
Cincinnati       Tri-State Area Safety Council                   513-221-8020     Newark             Licking County Safety Council                  740-345-2421
Circleville      Pickaway County Safety Council                  740-474-4923     Norwalk            Huron County Safety Council                    419-668-4155
Cleveland        Greater Cleveland Safety Council                216-621-0059     Oak Harbor         Ottawa County Safety Council                   419-898-6242
Cleveland        Construction Safety Council of Northeast Ohio 216-398-9860       Orrville           Orrville Area Safety Council                   330-682-8881
Cleveland        Northeast Ohio Safety Council                   216-592-2362     Piqua              Miami County Safety Council                    937-773-2765
Columbiana       Columbiana Area Safety Council                  330-482-3822     Portsmouth         Southern Ohio Safety Council                   740-353-7647
Columbus         Capital Area Safety Council                     614-890-0800     Ravenna            Portage County Safety Council                  330-297-7027
Columbus         Safety Council of Greater Columbus              614-486-9521     Rio Grande         Southeastern Ohio Safety Council for Rio Grande 740-245-7228
Columbus         OhioTrucking Safety Council                     614-221-5375     Salem              Salem Area Safety Council                      330-337-3473
Coshocton        Coshocton County Safety Council                 740-622-5411     Sandusky           Sandusky Area Safety Council                   419-625-6421
Dayton           Dayton/Miami Valley Safety Council              937-226-8227     Sidney             Shelby County Safety Council                   937-492-9122
Delaware         Delaware Area Safety Council                    740-369-6221     South Point        Lawrence County Safety Council                 740-377-4550
East Liverpool   East Liverpool Area Safety Council              330-385-0845     Springfield        Springfield - Clark County Safety Council      937-325-7621
Eaton            Preble County Safety Council                    937-456-4949     St. Clairsville    Belmont County Safety Council                  740-695-9623
Elyria           Lorain County Safety Council                    440-328-2554     Steubenville       Jefferson County Safety Council                740-282-6226
Findlay          Hancock County Safety Council                   419-422-3313     Tiffin             Tiffin Area Safety Council                     419-447-4141
Fostoria         Fostoria Area Safety Council                    419-435-0486     Toledo             Safety Council of Northwest Ohio               419-662-7777
Fremont          Sandusky County Safety Council                  419-332-1591     Urbana             Champaign County Safety Council                937-653-5764
Galion           Galion Safety Council                           419-492-2477     Van Wert           Van Wert Area Safety Council                   419-238-4390
Green            CAK Safety Council                              330-896-3023     West Union         Adams Brown Counties Safety Council            937-544-5454
Greenville       Darke County Safety Council                     937-548-2102     Wooster            Wooster Area Safety Council                    330-262-5735
Hamilton         Greater Hamilton Safety Council                 513-896-5333     Xenia              Greene County Safety Council                   937-372-3591
Hillsboro        Highland Fayette Clinton (HFC) Safety Council   937-393-1111     Youngstown         Mahoning Valley Safety Council                 330-744-2131
Kenton           Hardin County Safety Council                    419-673-4131     Youngstown         National Safety Council, Northern Ohio Chapter 330-747-8657
JacksonTownship Western Stark County Safety Council              330-833-4400     Zanesville         Zanesville-Muskingum County Safety Council     740-455-8282
Lancaster        Fairfield County Business-Industry Safety Council 740-653-8251
Lebanon          Warren County Safety Council                    513-932-1100




                                                                                                    ohiobwc.com                         1-800-OHIOBWC
     Safety publications
     A variety of publications are available to help you             Manuals
     with your workplace safety efforts.                             DSH also publishes manuals and resource guides.
                                                                     They include:
     Visit ohiobwc.com for a complete and up-to-date list of pub-      o Safety Services Catalog;
     lications available. Click on BWC library. You can download       o Industry Safety Manual;
     most of the publications, and you can order some items.           o Construction Safety Manual.


     For more information, call 1-800-OHIOBWC, and listen to the     Safety manuals and/or best practices for:
                                                                        o Excavation;
     options.
                                                                        o Extended care facilities;
                                                                        o Machine shops;
     Educational guides                                                 o Public schools;
     Seventeen educational guides provide an overview on a se-          o Metal stamping and sheet metal;
     lection of topics of concern in Ohio workplaces.                   o Plastics;
        o What Is Eye Safety?                                           o Public employers;
        o What Are Electric Power Tools?                                o Masonry.
        o What Are Hand Tools?
        o What Are Air-Power Tools?                                  New! Safety Talks
        o What Are Powered Industrial Trucks?
                                                                     Look for this new feature on ohiobwc.com called Safety
        o What Is Welding?
                                                                     Talks. Instead of using BWC’s Safety Leader’s Discussion
        o What Is Personal Protective Equipment?
        o What Is Manual Materials Handling?                         Guide each year, you can download individual safety talks,
        o What Is Lockout/Tagout?                                    both new and from past years. We organized these safety
        o What Is Confined Space?                                    talks by topic and they are in PDF format for easy retrieval.
        o What Are Flammable Liquids?                                Select the safety talks that are most relevant for your work-
        o What Is Fall Protection?                                   place and use them to assist you with your safety meetings.
        o What Is Hazard Communication?
        o What Is Hearing Conservation?                              Stickers
        o What Is Ergonomics?                                           o   Crane signals
        o What Is Woodworking?                                          o   Always lash in upright position
        o What Is Respiratory Protection?                               o   This guardrail is a must
                                                                        o   Fall-arrest equipment required on this scaffold
     SafetyGRANT$ best practices                                        o   Caution — Laser in use
     The BWC SafetyGRANT$ Program provides assistance to
     Ohio employers to help reduce their risk of cumulative trau-    Cards
     ma disorders (CTDs) in the workplace. As part of the program,      o   Forklift driver identification card
     BWC shares job designs employers have implemented to re-           o   Crane signals card
     duce the risk of CTDs so all employers in the state may ben-
     efit from their experiences.
         o Ergonomics Best Practices for Construction
             Industry;
         o Ergonomics Best Practices for Extended-Care
             Facilities;
         o Ergonomics Best Practices for Manufacturing;
         o Ergonomics Best Practices for Plastics Industry;
         o Ergonomics Best Practices for Public Employers.




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Training center
The DSH training center offers continuing-education courses on       New
occupational safety and health topics. Through seminars and
workshops, the training center provides students with informa-       Online Courses!
tion, tools and resources.
                                                                     Office Ergonomics: Computer Workstation
The DSH training center offers a variety of courses addressing:      and Mobile Computing Online
  o Industrial safety;                                               See page 62 for details.
  o Construction safety;
  o Industrial hygiene;
  o Ergonomics;
  o Safety management;
                                                                     New
  o Risk management.                                                 Classroom Courses!
BWC offers all courses on an open-enrollment basis to eligible       Crane Rigging and Signal
Ohio businesses (see page 21 for eligibility requirements).          Person Duties
                                                                     See page 43 for details
Courses emphasize the practical application of safety principles,
development of a safety culture, current and proposed stan-          Quantifying Ergonomic
dards for regulatory compliance, risk and BWC programs.              Risk Factors
                                                                     See page 66 for details
BWC Learning Center
Register for courses online at www.bwclearningcenter.com.            Safety for the Non-safety Professional
Students may also access transcripts of training history, confirm    See page 69 for details
or cancel enrollment and print certificates from the site 24 hours
a day.                                                               Understanding and Identifying
                                                                     Ergonomic Risk Factors
You can find additional BWC Learning Center information and          See page 73 for details
instructions on page 22.
                                                                     What You Should Know About
Web-based courses                                                    Combustible Dust
DSH offers a number of online courses.                               See page 74 for details
Registration is available at bwclearningcenter.com
or call 1-800-OHIOBWC.




                                                                       ohiobwc.com              1-800-OHIOBWC
     Training sites
     We offer classes at 11 training sites around Ohio
     These locations are close to a variety of hotels and restaurants, are easily accessible from major highways and have
     ample parking. They are accessible to those with disabilities and provide a learning environment geared toward adult
     participants. For a list of dates and classes offered in your area, see pages 24-35.



     Cambridge                                                     Lima
     BWC Customer Service Office                                   BWC Customer Service Office
     61501 Southgate Road                                          2025 E. Fourth St.
     Cambridge, OH 43725                                           Lima, OH 45804

     Canton                                                        Mansfield
     BWC Customer Service Office                                   BWC Customer Service Office
     400Third St. S.E.                                             240Tappan Drive N.
     Canton, OH 44702                                              Ontario, OH 44906

     Cincinnati                                                    Portsmouth
     BWC Customer Service Office                                   BWC Customer Service Office
     8650 Governor’s Hill Drive, Suite 400                         1005 Fourth St.
     Cincinnati, OH 45249                                          Portsmouth, OH 45662

     Cleveland
     BWC Customer Service Office                                   Toledo
     4800 E. 131st St., Suite A                                    Owens Community College
     Garfield Heights, OH 44105                                    Arrowhead Learning Center
                                                                   1724 Indian Wood Circle
     Columbus                                                      Maumee, OH 43537
     Ohio Center for Occupational Safety
     and Health (OCOSH)                                            Youngstown
     13430Yarmouth Drive                                           BWC Customer Service Office
     Pickerington, OH 43147                                        242 Federal Plaza W., Suite 200
                                                                   Youngstown, OH 44503
     Dayton
     BWC Customer Service Office
     3401 Park Center Drive
     Dayton, OH 45414




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Registration
Please register early as classes fill up quickly
To register for a training center class, you must provide your Ohio workers’ compensation policy number. Usually, you
can obtain this identification number from your personnel manager or payroll department. Participants can register on-
line and by phone.


Online (Preferred Method of Registration)
Visit the BWC Learning Center at bwclearningcenter.com. (Please see instructions for how to enroll in a class using the
BWC Learning Center on page 22.)


Phone
Call 1-800-OHIOBWC or 614-995-8622 and choose the “Safety & Hygiene Customer Service Line” option, Monday
through Friday, 7:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m.


Eligibility for enrollment
To be eligible for tuition-free enrollment in training center classes, you must provide an active Ohio Workers’ Compensa-
tion policy number from your employing company at the time of registration.
If you do not have an active policy number, you can obtain one by calling the Customer Service Line, 1-800-OHIOBWC
or 614-995-8622, for more information.

If you cannot provide proof of eligibility, you may still register for classes but will be assessed a fee. Without an active
policy number, you must enroll by phone. Call the Customer Service Line, 1-800-OHIOBWC or 614-995-8622 and indicate
to the representative that you do not have an active policy number.The representative will enroll you in the class, advis-
ing BWC to collect payment upon class completion.


Advance notice of cancellation
The Division of Safety & Hygiene incurs a cost for each expected student whether or not that student shows up for the
class. If you cannot attend a class, please cancel your enrollment as soon as possible.Your cancellation often allows oth-
ers on a wait list to attend the class. (Please see instructions for how to cancel a class using bwclearningcenter.com on
page 22.)


Cancellation policy
The training center reserves the right to cancel any training class prior to the scheduled date, due to low enrollment or
any other unforeseen circumstance. BWC will notify all enrolled students.

In the event officials declare a Level 2 or Level 3 weather emergency in the county where BWC is holding a class, DSH will
reschedule the class and notify all enrolled students.




                                                                              ohiobwc.com                   1-800-OHIOBWC
     Using the BWC Learning Center
     How to enroll in a class
        1.   Go to https://www.bwclearningcenter.com.
        2.   Enter your Login ID and Password, Click Log In.
        3.   Click Click here for Course Catalog.
        4.   Enter a Keyword for your desired class and Click Search.
        5.   Click the course title in which you would like to enroll.
        6.   Click the location for the date you wish to attend.
        7.   Click Enroll.
        8.   Mouse Over My Workplace to return to your Home Page or Calendar.


     How to print a certificate
     To print a certificate for a completed class:
        1. Go to www.bwclearningcenter.com;
        2. Enter your Login ID and Password, Click Log in;
        3. Click Click here for Transcript or Certificate.;
        4. In the Content Filter drop-down box, Click Completed Courses, Click Apply;
            Note: For any class attended before October 2011, be sure to leave the date range fields blank;
        5. Click the course for which you would like a certificate;
        6. Click View Certificate;
        7. The system will generate a .pdf document of your certificate. You can save or print the certificate.
            Note: You will need to download Adobe Reader prior to clicking View Certificate to view the .pdf document.


     How to update your profile
     To update your Login ID, Contact or Profile information in the BWC Learning Center:
        1. Go to www.bwclearningcenter.com;
        2. Enter your Login ID and Password, Click Log in;
        3. Mouse Over My Workspace, in the drop-down menu, Mouse Over My Account;
        4. To select the information you would like to update or change, Click Edit Login ID, Edit Password, or Edit Profile;
        5. Edit as necessary and be sure to Click Save before exiting the page to save your changes;
        6. Click Return or Mouse Over My Workspace to return to your Homepage.


     How to find directions
     To find an address or directions to a training facility:
        1. Go to www.bwclearningcenter.com;
        2. Enter your Login ID and Password, Click Log in;
        3. Mouse Over Learning Center, in the drop-down menu, Click Training Facilities;
        4 Enter a Keyword for the city or location, Click Search;
        5. Click the desired facility and Click Map/Directions;
        6. In the pop up window, enter your destination origin and Click Get Directions;
            Note: To view the desired training facility map, Click View Destination Map above the training facility address;
        7. You should see your destination origin in the green “A” box, Click Get Directions;
        8. Close the pop up window and Click Return to return to your Homepage or to select another training facility.


     How to cancel enrollment for a class
        1.   Go to www.bwclearningcenter.com.
        2.   Enter your Login ID and Password, Click Log in.
        3.   Mouse Over My Workspace, in the drop-down menu, Mouse Over My Transcript.
        4    In the Content Filter drop-down box, Click All Courses and Click Apply.
        5.   Click the title of the class you wish to unenroll.
        6.   Click Unenroll.
        7.   Click Return or Mouse Over My Workspace to return to your Homepage or Transcript.
     If you have any questions or need help with the BWC Learning Center, call 1 800 OHIOBWC or 614-995-8622

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Hours and certifications
Hours                                                        BENHA
The hours of operation at all DSH training center loca-      State of Ohio Board of Examiners of Nursing Home Ad-
tions are 8 a.m. to 5 p.m., Monday through Friday. Most      ministrators (BENHA) awards continuing education cred-
full-day classes begin at 8:30 a.m. and conclude at ap-      its for two courses: Safety and Ergonomics for Extended
proximately 4:30 p.m. unless otherwise noted. If morn-       Care Facilities and Nonviolent Strategies for Caregivers.
ing or afternoon is noted, the morning start time is 8:30    Please note: Any classes added due to excessive wait
a.m. and the afternoon start time is 1 p.m. Please check     lists will not offer BENHA credits.
the individual course descriptions for details.
                                                             EPA
Credits offered for courses                                  BWC’s Division of Safety & Hygiene - Training Center,
BWC awards students attending most training center           has been approved as an Approved Contact Hour Train-
classes continuing education units (CEUs) and other          ing Provider by the State of Ohio Environmental Protec-
certification credits. CEUs and other credits are printed    tion Agency (EPA) offering credits to drinking water and
on completion certificates. This catalog publishes the       wastewater plant operators.
credits awarded for each class in the course descriptions
section.                                                     Destination: Excellence
                                                             BWC has introduced several discount programs that of-
CEU                                                          fer financial incentives to employers who participate in
                                                             the Industry-Specific Safety Program. For more informa-
                                                             tion see page 4.

                                                             100-percent EM cap or One Claim Program
                                                             In addition, if your company participates in the 100-per-
BWC’s Division of Safety & Hygiene - Training Center,        cent EM cap program, or the One Claim Program the re-
has been approved as an Authorized Provider by the           quirements for the 2112 policy year are as follows:
International Association for Continuing Education and
Training (IACET), 1760 Old Meadow Road, Suite 500,           First year – industry specific half-day occupational safety
McLean, VA 22102. In obtaining this approval, BWC’s          and health classes;
Division of Safety & Hygiene -Training Center, has dem-
onstrated that it complies with the ANSI/IACET - 1-2007      Subsequent years - online class as prescribed by
Standard which is widely recognized as the Standard of       The Division of Safety & Hygiene.
good practice internationally. As a result of their Autho-
rized Provider membership status, BWC’s Division of          Sanitarian
Safety & Hygiene - Training Center, is authorized to of-     The Ohio State Board of Sanitarian registration requires
fer IACET CEUs for its programs that qualify under the       18 hours of continuing education every 12 months.
ANSI/IACET - 1-2007 Standard.                                BWC’s Division of Safety & Hygiene is an authorized San-
                                                             itarian Training Center and many of our courses provide
CM                                                           continuing education credits to maintain an RS license.
The American Board of Industrial Hygienists (ABIH) has       For more information, visit http://sanitarian.ohio.gov/.
discontinued reviews of training events and the practice
of providing corresponding Certification Maintenance
(CM) approval numbers as of November 2011. A Diplo-
mate will no longer need a CM approval number from
ABIH to list an event on their CM worksheet. Most DSH
courses will continue to fulfill certification maintenance
requirements, but individual students must calculate
the hours based on course content and time in accor-
dance with ABIH rules. For further explanation, contact
ABIH or go to their website.



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     Courses by location
     Cambridge Customer Service Office
     2012
     Sept. 27      Controlling Workers’ Compensation Costs   1.0   Day
     Oct. 25       OSHA Recordkeeping Half-day workshop      0.5   Day a.m.
     Oct. 25       Hazard Communication Half-day workshop    0.5   Day p.m.
     Oct. 30-31    Confined Space Assessment and Work        1.5   Days
     Nov. 7        Noise and Hearing Conservation            1.0   Day

     2013
     Feb. 14       First Aid in the Workplace                1.0   Day
     Feb. 19       Ergonomics: Basic Principles              1.0   Day
     Mar. 28       Controlling Workers’ Compensation Costs   1.0   Day
     April 16-17   Construction Safety Elements (OSHA 10)    2.0   Days
     June 20       First Aid in the Workplace                1.0   Day




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Canton Customer Service Office
2012
Aug. 30      OSHA Recordkeeping Half-day workshop                                                    0.5      Day a.m.
Aug. 30      Accident Analysis Half-day workshop                                                     0.5      Day p.m.
Sept. 5      First Aid in the Workplace                                                              1.0      Day
Sept. 18     Emergency Preparedness Planning                                                         1.0      Day
Sept. 27     Controlling Workers’ Compensation Costs                                                 1.0      Day
Oct. 3-4     Train theTrainer                                                                        1.5      Days
Oct. 17-18   Construction Safety Elements (OSHA 10)                                                  2.0      Days
Nov. 7       Hazard Communication One-day workshop                                                   1.0      Day
Dec. 11      Emergency Preparedness Planning                                                         1.0      Day

2013
Jan. 10      Controlling Workers’ Compensation Costs                                                 1.0      Day
Jan. 15      First Aid in the Workplace                                                              1.0      Day
Feb. 12      Safety for the Non-safety Professional                                                  1.0      Day
Feb. 27-28   Industry Safety Elements (OSHA 10)                                                      2.0      Days
Mar. 5       Effective SafetyTeams                                                                   1.0      Day
Mar. 19-20   Confined Space Assessment and Work                                                      1.5      Days
Mar. 26      Controlling Workers’ Compensation Costs                                                 1.0      Day
Mar. 28      First Aid in the Workplace                                                              1.0      Day
April 2      Lockout/Tagout and Safety-related Work Practices                                        0.5      Day a.m.
April 2      Machine Guarding Basics                                                                 0.5      Day p.m.
April 11     Nonviolent Strategies for Caregivers and Other Staff Working Directly with the Public   1.0      Day
April 25     WhatYou Should Know About Combustible Dust                                              1.0      Day
May 1-2      Fall Hazards in Construction and Maintenance                                            2.0      Days
May 9        Safety for the Non-safety Professional                                                  1.0      Day
May 21       Accident Analysis Half-day workshop                                                     0.5      Day a.m.
May 21       OSHA Recordkeeping Half-day workshop                                                    0.5      Day p.m.
June 4-5     Industry Safety Elements (OSHA 10)                                                      2.0      Days
June13       Restaurant and Food Service Safety Workshop                                             0.5      Day a.m.




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     Courses by location
     Cincinnati - Governor’s Hill Customer Service Office
     2012
     Aug. 16       Developing a Safety and Health Management System              0.5   Day a.m.
     Aug. 16       OSHA Recordkeeping Half-day workshop                          0.5   Day p.m.
     Aug. 28-29    Industry Safety Elements (OSHA 10)                            2.0   Days
     Sept. 6       First Aid in the Workplace                                    1.0   Day
     Sept. 13      Controlling Workers’ Compensation Costs                       1.0   Day
     Sept. 20      NFPA 70E and You: Insight and Implementation                  1.0   Day
     Sept. 27      Controlling Costs through Claims Management                   1.0   Day
     Oct. 23-25    Trenching and Excavation                                      3.0   Days
     Oct. 30       Wellness in the Workplace                                     0.5   Day a.m.
     Nov. 1        Hazardous Waste Operations and Emergency Response Refresher   1.0   Day
     Nov. 5-9      Basic Construction Safety (OSHA 30)                           4.5   Days
     Nov. 29       Controlling Workers’ Compensation Costs                       1.0   Day
     Dec. 5        Developing a Safety and Health Management System              0.5   Day a.m.
     Dec. 5        Accident Analysis Half-day workshop                           0.5   Day p.m.

     2013
     Jan. 9        First Aid in the Workplace                                    1.0   Day
     Jan. 31       Emergency Preparedness Planning                               1.0   Day
     Feb. 20-21    Construction Safety Elements (OSHA 10)                        2.0   Days
     Feb. 28       What you should know about Combustible Dust                   1.0   Day
     Mar. 5        Behavior-based Safety Systems                                 1.0   Day
     Mar. 7        Lockout/Tagout and Safety-related Work Practices              0.5   Day a.m.
     Mar. 7        Job Safety Analysis Workshop                                  0.5   Day p.m.
     Mar. 14       Controlling Workers’ Compensation Costs                       1.0   Day
     Mar. 28       OSHA Recordkeeping Half-day workshop                          0.5   Day a.m.
     Mar. 28       Machine Guarding Basics                                       0.5   Day p.m.
     April 4       Wellness in the Workplace                                     0.5   Day a.m.
     April 16      Effective SafetyTeams Half-day workshop                       0.5   Day a.m.
     April 18      First Aid in the Workplace                                    1.0   Day
     April 23-24   Train theTrainer                                              1.5   Days
     May 2         Hazardous Waste Operations and Emergency Response Refresher   1.0   Day
     May 9         Understanding and Identifying Ergonomic Risk Factors          0.5   Day a.m.
     May 23        Emergency Preparedness Planning                               1.0   Day
     June 6        Quantifying Ergonomic Risk Factors                            0.5   Day a.m.
     June 13       Bloodborne Pathogens                                          0.5   Day p.m.
     June 25-27    Safety Fundamentals Examination (ASP) Review                  3.0   Days




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Cleveland - Garfield Heights Customer Service Office
2012
July 25-26       Construction Safety Elements (OSHA 10)                                                  2.0   Days
July 31          Lockout/Tagout and Safety-related Work Practices                                        0.5   Day a.m.
Aug. 15          First Aid in the Workplace                                                              1.0   Day
Aug. 22-23       Scaffolding Safety                                                                      2.0   Days
Aug. 28          Accident Analysis                                                                       1.0   Day
Sept. 6          Safety and Ergonomics for Extended-care Facilities                                      1.0   Day
Sept. 13         Behavior-based Safety Systems                                                           1.0   Day
Sept. 18         Controlling Workers’ Compensation Costs                                                 1.0   Day
Sept. 20         OSHA Recordkeeping                                                                      1.0   Day
Sept. 27         Powered IndustrialTrucks: Developing aTraining Program                                  1.0   Day
Oct. 2-3         Industry Safety Elements (OSHA 10)                                                      2.0   Days
Oct. 16-17       Confined Space Assessment and Work                                                      1.5   Days
Oct. 23          Effective SafetyTeams                                                                   1.0   Day
Oct. 30-Nov. 2   Electrical Hazard Recognition and Abatement                                             3.5   Days
Nov. 7           Nonviolent Strategies for Caregivers and Other Staff Working Directly with the Public   1.0   Day
Nov. 28          First Aid in the Workplace                                                              1.0   Day
Dec. 12-13       Hazard Communication                                                                    1.5   Days

2013
Jan. 16          OSHA Recordkeeping                                                                      1.0   Day
Feb. 20          Controlling Workers’ Compensation Costs                                                 1.0   Day
Feb. 28          NFPA 70E andYou: Insight and Implementation                                             1.0   Day
Mar. 5-6         Construction Safety Elements (OSHA 10)                                                  2.0   Days
Mar. 12          Controlling Workers’ Compensation Costs                                                 1.0   Day
Mar. 14          Ergonomics: Basic Principles                                                            1.0   Day
Mar. 26          Controlling Costs through Claims Management                                             1.0   Day
Mar. 27-28       Industry Safety Elements (OSHA 10)                                                      2.0   Days
April 2-4        Respiratory Protection                                                                  2.5   Days
April 11         Crane Rigging and Signal Person Duties                                                  1.0   Day
April 9          First Aid in the Workplace                                                              1.0   Day
April 15-19      Basic Construction Safety (OSHA 30)                                                     4.5   Days
April 23         Mold and Other Indoor Air Quality Concerns                                              1.0   Day
April 25         Lockout/Tagout and Safety-related Work Practices                                        0.5   Day a.m.
April 25         Machine Guarding Basics                                                                 0.5   Day p.m.
May 2            Violence in the Workplace                                                               0.5   Day a.m.
May 7            OSHA Recordkeeping                                                                      1.0   Day
May 9            TemporaryTraffic Management                                                             0.5   Day a.m.
May 14           Accident Analysis                                                                       1.0   Day
June 4           Effective SafetyTeams                                                                   1.0   Day
June 6           Wellness in the Workplace                                                               0.5   Day a.m.
June 11          Hazardous Waste Operations and Emergency Response Awareness                             0.8   Day
June 13          Job Safety Analysis Workshop                                                            0.5   Day a.m.




                                                                            ohiobwc.com                    1-800-OHIOBWC
     Courses by location
     Columbus - Ohio Center for Occupational Safety and Health (OCOSH)
     2012
     July 31       Behavior-based Safety Systems Half-day workshop                                       0.5   Day a.m.
     July 31       Developing a Safety and Health Management System                                      0.5   Day p.m.
     Aug. 16       Accident Analysis Half-day workshop                                                   0.5   Day a.m.
     Aug. 16       Job Safety Analysis Workshop                                                          0.5   Day p.m.
     Aug. 21-23    Certified Safety Professional Examination (CSP) Review                                3.0   Days
     Aug. 22-23    Mechanical Power Press                                                                2.0   Days
     Aug. 27-28    Hazardous Waste Operations and Emergency Response Operations                          2.0   Days
     Aug 28-29     Construction Safety Elements (OSHA 10)                                                2.0   Days
     Aug. 29-31    Hazardous Waste Operations and Emergency ResponseTechnician                           3.0   Days
     Aug. 30       Controlling Workers’ Compensation Costs                                               1.0   Day
     Sept. 6       Laboratory Safety                                                                     1.0   Day
     Sept. 11-14   Electrical Hazard Recognition and Abatement                                           3.5   Days
     Sept. 11      First Aid in the Workplace                                                            1.0   Day
     Sept. 19      Powered IndustrialTrucks: Developing aTraining Program                                1.0   Day
     Sept. 20      Hazardous Waste Operations and Emergency Response Refresher                           1.0   Day
     Sept. 25-26   Train theTrainer                                                                      1.5   Days
     Sept. 27      Measuring Safety Performance                                                          1.0   Day
     Oct. 2-4      Respiratory Protection                                                                2.5   Days
     Oct. 2-4      Safety Fundamentals Examination (ASP) Review                                          3.0   Days
     Oct. 10-11    Fall Hazards in Construction and Maintenance                                          2.0   Days
     Oct. 16       Crane Rigging and Signal Person Duties                                                1.0   Day
     Oct. 18       Mold and Other Indoor Air Quality Concerns                                            1.0   Day
     Oct. 18       Safety and Ergonomics for Extended-care Facilities                                    1.0   Day
     Oct. 23       Controlling Costs through Claims Management                                           1.0   Day
     Oct. 24-25    Hazard Communication                                                                  1.5   Days
     Oct. 25       Nonviolent Strategies for Caregivers and Other StaffWorking DirectlyWith the Public   1.0   Day
     Oct. 31       Bloodborne Pathogens                                                                  0.5   Day a.m.
     Oct. 31       Violence in the Workplace                                                             0.5   Day a.m.
     Oct. 31       TemporaryTraffic Management                                                           0.5   Day p.m.
     Nov. 7        Personal Protective Equipment Selection Criteria                                      0.5   Day a.m.
     Nov. 7        Machine Guarding Basics                                                               0.5   Day p.m.
     Dec. 4-6      Trenching and Excavation                                                              3.0   Days
     Dec. 10-14    Basic Construction Safety (OSHA 30)                                                   4.5   Days
     Dec. 13       First Aid in the Workplace                                                            1.0   Day




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2013
Jan. 10          OSHA Recordkeeping                                                                      1.0      Day
Jan. 29-Feb. 1   Electrical Hazard Recognition and Abatement                                             3.5      Days
Jan. 30-31       Construction Safety Elements (OSHA 10)                                                  2.0      Days
Feb. 12          Effective SafetyTeams                                                                   1.0      Day
Feb. 27-28       Train theTrainer                                                                        1.5      Days
Mar. 5           Controlling Workers’ Compensation Costs                                                 1.0      Day
Mar. 5-7         Respirator FitTesting                                                                   2.5      Days
Mar. 7           Hazard Communication One-day                                                            1.0      Day
Mar. 12-13       Electrical Safety Audits                                                                2.0      Days
Mar. 13          Asthma! IsYour Company at Risk?                                                         1.0      Day
Mar. 14          Developing a Safety and Health Management System                                        0.5      Day a.m.
Mar. 14          Behavior-based Safety Systems Half-day workshop                                         0.5      Day p.m.
Mar. 26          Lockout/Tagout and Safety-related Work Practices                                        0.5      Day a.m.
Mar. 26          Wellness in the Workplace                                                               0.5      Day p.m.
Mar. 26-28       Industrial Ventilation                                                                  3.0      Days
Mar. 28          Controlling Costs through Claims Management                                             1.0      Day
April 2-4        Certified Safety Professional Examination (CSP) Review                                  3.0      Days
April 2          Hazardous Waste Operations and Emergency Response Awareness                             0.8      Day
April 3          How Methamphetamines Affect the Workplace                                               0.5      Day a.m.
April 3          Violence in the Workplace                                                               0.5      Day p.m.
April 4          Emergency Preparedness Planning                                                         1.0      Day
April 15         Noise and Hearing Conservation                                                          1.0      Day
April 15-16      Hazardous Waste Operations and Emergency Response Operations                            2.0      Days
April 16         Job Safety Analysis Workshop                                                            0.5      Day a.m.
April 17-19      Hazardous Waste Operations and Emergency ResponseTechnician                             3.0      Days
April 23-24      Confined Space Assessment and Work                                                      1.5      Days
April 24         Personal Protective Equipment Selection Criteria                                        0.5      Day a.m.
April 24         Accident Analysis Half-day workshop                                                     0.5      Day p.m.
April 25         Hazardous Waste Operations and Emergency Response Refresher                             1.0      Day
April 30         First Aid in the Workplace                                                              1.0      Day
May 7            Effective SafetyTeams                                                                   1.0      Day
May 8-9          Construction Safety Elements (OSHA 10)                                                  2.0      Days
May 9            Nonviolent Strategies for Caregivers and Other Staff Working Directly with the Public   1.0      Day
May 14           OSHA Recordkeeping                                                                      1.0      Day
May 15-16        Train theTrainer                                                                        1.5      Days
May 21           Controlling Workers’ Compensation Costs                                                 1.0      Day
May 22-23        Mechanical Power Press                                                                  2.0      Days
May 23           Industrial Hygiene Calibration and Sampling                                             1.0      Day
June 6           Lockout/Tagout and Safety-related Work Practices                                        0.5      Day p.m
June 11          NFPA 70E andYou: Insight and Implementation                                             1.0      Day
June 11-12       Construction Health and SafetyTechnician (CHST) Review                                  2.0      Days
June 13          Hazardous Waste Operations and Emergency Response Refresher                             1.0      Day
June 25          Laboratory Safety                                                                       1.0      Day
June 26-27       Industry Safety Elements (OSHA 10)                                                      2.0      Days
June 27          First Aid in the Workplace                                                              1.0      Day




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     Courses by location
     Dayton Customer Service Office
     2012
     Aug. 29      Violence in the Workplace                           0.5   Day a.m.
     Aug. 29      Emergency Preparedness Planning Half-day workshop   0.5   Day p.m.
     Sept. 25     OSHA Recordkeeping Half-day workshop                0.5   Day a.m.
     Sept. 25     Accident Analysis Half-day workshop                 0.5   Day p.m.
     Oct. 17      First Aid in the Workplace                          1.0   Day
     Oct. 30-31   Construction Safety Elements (OSHA 10)              2.0   Days
     Nov. 29      NFPA 70E andYou: Insight and Implementation         1.0   Day

     2013
     Jan. 16      Ergonomics: Basic Principles                        1.0   Day
     Feb. 7       Hazard Communication Half-day workshop              0.5   Day a.m.
     Feb. 7       Respirators: Do we need them?                       0.5   Day p.m.
     Feb. 27      Personal Protective Equipment Selection Criteria    0.5   Day a.m.
     Feb. 27      Job Safety Analysis Workshop                        0.5   Day p.m.
     Mar. 5-6     Scaffolding Safety                                  2.0   Days
     Mar. 14      Wellness in the Workplace                           0.5   Day a.m.
     Mar. 14      Effective SafetyTeams Half-day workshop             0.5   Day p.m.
     Mar. 28      Restaurant and Food Service Safety Workshop         0.5   Day a.m.
     Mar. 28      Emergency Preparedness Planning Half-day workshop   0.5   Day p.m.
     April 2      Train theTrainer One-day workshop                   1.0   Day
     April 9-12   Electrical Hazard Recognition and Abatement         3.5   Days
     April 18     Accident Analysis Half-day workshop                 0.5   Day a.m.
     April 18     OSHA Recordkeeping Half-day workshop                0.5   Day p.m.
     April 30     Ergonomics: Developing an Effective Process         1.0   Day
     May 8        Lockout/Tagout and Safety-related Work Practices    0.5   Day a.m.
     May 8        Machine Guarding Basics                             0.5   Day p.m.
     June 4       Job Safety Analysis Half-day workshop               0.5   Day a.m.
     June 4       Personal Protective Equipment Selection Criteria    0.5   Day p.m.




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Lima Customer Service Office
2012
Aug. 30       First Aid in the Workplace                                       1.0   Day
Sept. 20      Effective SafetyTeams                                            1.0   Day
Oct. 23       Job Safety Analysis Workshop                                     0.5   Day a.m.
Oct. 23       Developing a Safety and Health Management System                 0.5   Day p.m.

2013
Jan. 9        OSHA Recordkeeping                                               1.0   Day
Feb. 13-14    Industry Safety Elements (OSHA 10)                               2.0   Days
Mar. 19       First Aid in the Workplace                                       1.0   Day
March 27      Controlling Workers’ Compensation Costs                          1.0   Day
April 16-18   Trenching and Excavation                                         3.0   Days
April 30      Lockout/Tagout and Safety-related Work Practices                 0.5   Day a.m.
April 30      Machine Guarding Basics                                          0.5   Day p.m.
May 16        Violence in the Workplace                                        0.5   Day a.m.
May 16        Wellness in the Workplace                                        0.5   Day p.m.
June 4        Bloodborne Pathogens                                             0.5   Day a.m.




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     Courses by location
     Mansfield Customer Service Office
     2012
     Sept.11      Job Safety Analysis Workshop                                                            0.5   Day a.m.
     Sept. 11     Personal Protective Equipment Selection Criteria                                        0.5   Day p.m.
     Sept. 20     Controlling Workers’ Compensation Costs                                                 1.0   Day
     Oct. 17-18   Hazardous Waste Operations and Emergency Response Operations                            2.0   Days
     Oct. 30      Ergonomics: Basic Principles                                                            1.0   Day
     Nov. 7       Accident Analysis Half-day workshop                                                     0.5   Day a.m.
     Nov. 7       Bloodborne Pathogens                                                                    0.5   Day p.m.
     Dec. 4       Lockout/Tagout and Safety-related Work Practices                                        0.5   Day a.m.
     Dec. 4       Machine Guarding Basics                                                                 0.5   Day p.m.

     2013
     Feb. 13-14   Fall Hazard in Construction and Maintenance                                             2.0   Days
     Feb. 26      Nonviolent Strategies for Caregivers and Other Staff Working Directly with the Public   1.0   Day
     Mar. 13      Controlling Costs through Claims Management                                             1.0   Day
     Mar. 27      Ergonomics: Developing an Effective Process                                             1.0   Day
     April 3      Developing a Safety and Health Management System                                        0.5   Day a.m.
     April 3      Behavior-based Safety Systems Half-day workshop                                         0.5   Day p.m.
     April 24     First Aid in the Workplace                                                              1.0   Day
     May 1-2      Confined Space Assessment and Work                                                      2.0   Days
     May 14       Hazard Communication One-day workshop                                                   1.0   Day
     May 22       What you should know about Combustible Dust                                             1.0   Day
     June 5       First Aid in the Workplace                                                              1.0   Day
     June 18-19   Construction Safety Elements (OSHA 10)                                                  2.0   Days




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Portsmouth Customer Service Office
2012
Aug. 16      Transitional Return to Work                               1.0      Day
Sept. 13     Effective SafetyTeams                                     1.0      Day
Oct. 15-16   Industry Safety Elements (OSHA 10)                        2.0      Days
Nov. 7       How Methamphetemines Affect the Workplace                 0.5      Day a.m.
Dec. 13      OSHA Recordkeeping Half-day workshop                      0.5      Day a.m.

2013
Jan. 14-18   Basic Construction Safety (OSHA 30)                       4.5      Days
Feb. 20      Controlling Workers’ Compensation Costs                   1.0      Day
Mar. 5       Ergonomics: Basic Principles                              1.0      Day
Mar. 28      Hazard Communication One-day workshop                     1.0      Day
April 10     TemporaryTraffic Management                               0.5      Day a.m.
May 16       Job Safety Analysis Half-day workshop                     0.5      Day a.m.
June 12      Accident Analysis Half-day workshop                       0.5      Day a.m.




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     Courses by location
     Toledo Owens Community College
     2012
     Aug. 14       Hazard Communication One-day workshop                    1.0   Day
     Sept. 12      Controlling Workers’ Compensation Costs                  1.0   Day
     Sept. 19      Wellness in the Workplace                                0.5   Day a.m.
     Sept. 19      Bloodborne Pathogens                                     0.5   Day p.m.
     Sept. 25-26   Confined Space Assessment and Work                       2.0   Days
     Oct. 11       First Aid in the Workplace                               1.0   Day
     Oct. 18       OSHA Recordkeeping                                       1.0   Day
     Oct. 24-25    Electrical Safety Audits                                 2.0   Days
     Nov. 1        First Aid in the Workplace                               1.0   Day
     Nov.14-15     Industry Safety Elements (OSHA 10)                       2.0   Days
     Nov. 29       Lockout/Tagout and Safety-related Work Practices         0.5   Day a.m.
     Nov. 29       Machine Guarding Basics                                  0.5   Day p.m.

     2013
     Jan. 24       NFPA 70E andYou: Insight and Implementation              1.0   Day
     Jan. 30       Effective SafetyTeams                                    1.0   Day
     Feb. 12-13    Train theTrainer                                         1.5   Days
     Feb. 26       Controlling Costs through Claims Management              1.0   Day
     Mar. 7        Wellness in the Workplace                                0.5   Day a.m.
     Mar. 7        Developing a Safety and Health Management System         0.5   Day p.m.
     Mar. 12       Emergency Preparedness Planning Half-day workshop        0.5   Day a.m.
     Mar. 12       Violence in the Workplace                                0.5   Day p.m.
     Mar. 26       Controlling Workers’ Compensation Costs                  1.0   Day
     April 3-4     Fall Hazards in Construction and Maintenance             2.0   Days
     April 16      Powered IndustrialTrucks: Developing aTraining Program   1.0   Day
     April 24      OSHA Recordkeeping                                       1.0   Day
     May 8         Accident Analysis Half-day workshop                      0.5   Day a.m.
     May 8         Job Safety Analysis Workshop                             0.5   Day p.m.
     May 15        First Aid in the Workplace                               1.0   Day
     June 6        Restaurant and Food Service Safety Workshop              0.5   Day a.m.
     June 6        Emergency Preparedness Planning Half-day workshop        0.5   Day p.m.




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Youngstown Customer Service Office
2012
Aug. 9        First Aid in the Workplace                                     1.0      Day
Aug. 15       NFP70E andYou: Insight and Implementation                      1.0      Day
Sept. 12      Bloodborne Pathogens                                           0.5      Day p.m.
Sept. 25-26   Construction Safety Elements (OSHA 10)                         2.0      Days
Oct. 3        Effective SafetyTeams                                          1.0      Day
Oct. 24-25    Industry Safety Elements (OSHA 10)                             2.0      Days
Nov. 6        Controlling Workers’ Compensation Costs                        1.0      Day
Nov. 8        Restaurant Safety Workshop                                     0.5      Day a.m.
Dec. 12       OSHA Recordkeeping                                             1.0      Day

2013
Jan. 23-24    Industry Safety Elements (OSHA 10)                             2.0      Days
Jan. 30       WhatYou Should Know About Combustible Dust                     1.0      Day
Feb. 6        Accident Analysis                                              1.0      Day
Feb. 13       Hazardous Waste Operations and Emergency Response Awareness    0.8      Day
Feb. 27       Hazardous Waste Operations and Emergency Response Refresher    1.0      Day
Mar. 6        OSHA Recordkeeping                                             1.0      Day
March 26      Controlling Workers’ Compensation Costs                        1.0      Day
March 28      Ergonomics: Basic Principles                                   1.0      Day
April 24      Controlling Costs through Claims Management                    1.0      Day
May 8         Emergency Preparedness Planning                                1.0      Day
May 14-16     Trenching and Excavation                                       3.0      Days
May 22        Lock Out/Tag Out and Safety-related Work Practices             0.5      Day a.m.
May 22        Machine Guarding Basics                                        0.5      Day p.m.
June 6        First Aid in the Workplace                                     1.0      Day




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Courses
Accident Analysis                                                 Accident Analysis
                                                                  Half-day workshop
Who should attend
Individuals directly responsible for a company’s accident anal-
                                                                  Who should attend
ysis process and safety committee representatives
                                                                  Employers and employees who need basic awareness of
                                                                  safety and health issues; newly appointed safety directors or
You will learn:                                                   safety committee members who have limited exposure to in-
     o   Basic information and tools for establishing and
                                                                  jury prevention strategies or safety requirements; or employ-
         improving accident analysis programs;
     o   Elements of an effective written accident analysis       ers who need a refresher on a safety or health topic
         program, including sample programs;
     o   Five primary causal factors of accidents;                You will learn:
     o   Four action steps in analyzing accidents;                   o   Basic information and tools for establishing and
     o   Hands-on skills in using analytic techniques;                   improving accident analysis programs;
     o   The use of comprehensive accident analysis to               o   Causal factors of accidents;
         prevent and/or minimize the occurrence of future            o   Action steps for analyzing accidents.
         occupational accidents, injuries and illnesses.
                                                                  After this course, you will be able to:
After this course, you will be able to:                              o   Describe causal factors of accidents;
     o   Name five causal factors of accidents;                      o   Explain action steps for analyzing accidents;
     o   Perform four action steps in analyzing accidents;           o   Adopt tools for improving accident analysis pro-
     o   Apply analytical techniques during an accident                  grams.
         investigation.
                                                                  How you will be assessed
How you will be assessed                                             o   Satisfactory participation during instructor-led and
     o   Satisfactory participation during instructor-led and            student-centered exercises
         student-centered exercises                                  o   And/or an end of course test using provided
     o   And/or an end of course test using provided                     materials
         materials
                                                                  Instructors: BWC Staff
Instructors: BWC Staff
                                                                  Aug. 16,      2012        Columbus           a.m.
Aug. 28,        2012        Cleveland                             Aug. 30,      2012        Canton             p.m.
Feb. 6,         2013        Youngstown                            Sept. 25,     2012        Dayton             p.m.
May 14,         2013        Cleveland                             Nov. 7,       2012        Mansfield          a.m.
                                                                  Dec. 5,       2012        Cincinnati         p.m.
1.0 Day                                                           April 18,     2013        Dayton             a.m.
Sanitarian      6                                                 April 24,     2013        Columbus           p.m.
                                                                  May 8,        2013        Toledo             a.m.
BWC is authorized by IACET to offer                               May 21,       2013        Canton             a.m.
0.6 CEUs for this program.                                        June 12,      2013        Portsmouth         a.m.

                                                                  0.5 Day

                                                                  BWC is authorized by IACET to offer
                                                                  0.3 CEUs for this program.




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Accident Analysis Online                                        Asthma!
                                                                Is Your Company at Risk?
Who should participate
Drug Free Safety Program (DFSP) participants, individuals di-
                                                                Who should attend
rectly responsible for a company’s accident analysis process,
                                                                Safety managers, occupational health nurses, facility and op-
supervisors and safety committee representatives
                                                                erations managers in industry, health care and office facilities

You will learn:                                                 You will learn:
   o   Basic information and tools for establishing and
                                                                   o   Tools for analyzing your compensation risk;
       improving accident analysis programs;
                                                                   o   Asthma costs to organizations;
   o   Elements of an effective written accident analysis
                                                                   o   Basic information about asthma;
       program;
                                                                   o   Tools for defining how your workplace is at risk
   o   Five primary causal factors of accidents;
                                                                       for development of asthma and/or for asthmatics
   o   Action steps in analyzing accidents;
                                                                       in the workplace;
   o   The use of comprehensive accident analysis to
                                                                   o   Tools to develop an asthma management plan for
       prevent and/or minimize the occurrence of future
                                                                       your workplace.
       occupational accidents, injuries and illnesses.
                                                                After this course, you will be able to:
Special requirements                                               o   Explain costs to an organization caused by
Internet access                                                        asthma;
                                                                   o   Recall basic information about asthma;
Approximately 45 minutes long                                      o   Identify a workplace at risk for development of
                                                                       asthma and/or asthmatics in the workplace.
Note: The course complies with DFSP requirements, but
is also open to anyone interested in accident analysis.
                                                                How you will be assessed
                                                                   o   Satisfactory participation during instructor-led and
                                                                       student-centered exercises
                                                                   o   And/or an end of course test using provided
                                                                       materials

                                                                The Ohio Department of Health (OH-011-0412) is an approved
                                                                provider of continuing nursing education by the Ohio Nurs-
                                                                es Association (OBN-001-91), an accredited approver by the
                                                                American Nurses Credentialing Center’s Commission on Ac-
                                                                creditation.

                                                                Instructors: Ohio Department of Health

                                                                March 13,      2013         Columbus

                                                                1.0 Day
                                                                RN             6

                                                                BWC is authorized by IACET to offer
                                                                0.6 CEUs for this program.




                                                                          ohiobwc.com                   1-800-OHIOBWC
Courses                                                         Basic Construction Safety
                                                                (OSHA 30)
Avoiding Back Trauma Online
                                                                Who should attend
Who should participate                                          Individuals involved in the construction industry
Those interested in preventing back-pain disability and those
who perform lifting, pushing and/or pulling activities in the   You will learn:
course of their jobs                                               o   Hazard recognition skills and possible solutions to
                                                                       safety issues at a construction site;
You will learn:                                                    o   How to use and implement the rules and recom-
     o   Risk factors for back pain;                                   mendations of OSHA’s CFR 1926 Subparts A-Z;
     o   How to use and apply BWC/OSU lifting guidelines;          o   An introduction to OSHA and analysis of citation
     o   How to use ergonomics to prevent back pain.                   history;
                                                                   o   Proper employee use of commonly used hand tools;
                                                                   o   Fall protection safety practices and concerns;
Special requirements
                                                                   o   How to operate cranes and use scaffolds in a safe
Internet access
                                                                       manner;
                                                                   o   Industrial hygiene hazards that are on the job site
Approximately two hours long                                           and preventive measures to reduce employee expo-
                                                                       sure to these hazards;
                                                                   o   Personal protective equipment requirements for
                                                                       construction;
                                                                   o   Ergonomic principles and practices for construction
                                                                       workers;
                                                                   o   Electrical safety codes and recognition of violations;
                                                                   o   Elements of a safe excavation site and safe trench-
                                                                       ing practices;
                                                                   o   Other construction safety topics as deemed appro-
                                                                       priate.

                                                                After this course, you will be able to:
                                                                   o   Recognize risk factors related to construction
                                                                       worksites;
                                                                   o   Suggest control measures to mitigate risk factors;
                                                                   o   Interpret rules for OSHA’s CFR part 1926 as it applies
                                                                       to your workplace.

                                                                How you will be assessed
                                                                   o   Satisfactory participation during instructor-led and
                                                                       student-centered exercises
                                                                   o   And/or an end of course test using provided
                                                                       materials

                                                                Note: Upon successful completion of this course, participants
                                                                will receive a card from OSHA certifying completion of a 30-hour
                                                                course in construction safety and health.

                                                                Special requirements
                                                                Portions of this course may be held outside. Plan to wear clothing
                                                                appropriate for the weather conditions.

                                                                Instructors: BWC Staff

                                                                Nov. 5-9,         2012       Cincinnati
                                                                Dec. 10-14,       2012       Columbus
                                                                Jan. 14-18,       2013       Portsmouth
                                                                April 15-19,      2013       Cleveland

                                                                4.5 Days
                                                                EPA            27
                                                                Sanitarian     27

                                                                BWC is authorized by IACET to offer
38                                                              2.7 CEUs for this program.
Behavior-based Safety Systems                                   Behavior-based Safety Systems
                                                                Half-day workshop
Who should attend
Company managers and supervisors, safety and health man-
                                                                Who should attend
agers, safety consultants, labor leaders and safety committee
                                                                Employers and employees who need some basic awareness
members
                                                                of safety and health issues, newly appointed safety directors
                                                                or safety committee members that have limited exposure to
You will learn:                                                 injury prevention
   o   The benefits of behavior-based systems;
   o   The basic principles of how to motivate safe
       behavior;                                                You will learn:
   o   When a company is ready for behavior-based                  o   The benefits of behavior-based systems;
       safety.                                                     o   The basic principles of how to motivate safe
                                                                       behavior;
                                                                   o   When a company is ready for behavior-based
After this course, you will be able to:                                safety.
   o   Describe the benefits of behavior-based safety
       systems;
   o   Compare and contrast the features of different           After this course, you will be able to:
       behavior-based systems currently available.                 o   Apply motivational techniques to encourage
                                                                       employee safe behavior at your facility;
                                                                   o   Describe the benefits of behavior-based systems.
How you will be assessed
   o   Satisfactory participation during instructor-led and
       student-centered exercises                               How you will be assessed
   o   And/or an end of course test using provided                 o   Satisfactory participation during instructor-led and
       materials                                                       student-centered exercises
                                                                   o   And/or an end of course test using provided
                                                                       materials
Instructors: BWC Staff

Sept. 13,     2012        Cleveland                             Instructors: BWC Staff
March 5,      2013        Cincinnati
                                                                July 31,      2012        Columbus           a.m.
1.0 Day                                                         March 14,     2013        Columbus           p.m.
                                                                April 3,      2013        Mansfield          p.m.
BWC is authorized by IACET to offer
0.6 CEUs for this program.                                      0.5 Day

                                                                BWC is authorized by IACET to offer
                                                                0.3 CEUs for this program.




                                                                          ohiobwc.com                 1-800-OHIOBWC
Courses
Bloodborne Pathogens                                            Certified Safety Professional
                                                                Examination (CSP) Review
Who should attend
Individuals establishing or implementing a bloodborne patho-    Who should attend
gens program                                                    Those safety professionals acknowledged by the Board of Cer-
                                                                tified Safety Professionals (BCSP) as eligible to take the CSP
You will learn:                                                 exam. Please contact the Board of Certified Safety Profession-
     o   Background and terminology;
                                                                als for details at www.bcsp.org or 217-359-9263.
     o   Signs and symptoms of bloodborne pathogens
         and how they are transmitted;
     o   Guidelines for handling infectious waste;              You will learn:
     o   How to develop a site-specific bloodborne patho-          o   An overview of the safety fundamentals and
         gen exposure control plan.                                    comprehensive practice examinations, along with
                                                                       their respective examination blueprints;
                                                                   o   Sample items typical of the respective examina-
After this course, you will be able to:                                tions with solutions and explanations;
     o   Define bloodborne pathogen terminology;
                                                                   o   An explanation of how to prepare for the BCSP
     o   Explain and interpret 29 CFR 1910.1030;
                                                                       examinations, including descriptions of computer-
     o   Describe different bloodborne pathogen exposure
                                                                       delivered examinations and the procedures used
         methods.
                                                                       at the testing centers.

How you will be assessed                                        After this course, you will be able to:
     o   Satisfactory participation during instructor-led and
                                                                   o   Identify elements needed to pass the CSP exam;
         student-centered exercises
                                                                   o   Describe procedures used at BCSP authorized
     o   And/or an end of course test using provided
                                                                       testing centers;
         materials
                                                                   o   Solve sample questions typical of the CSP exam;
                                                                   o   Prepare for a BCSP examination.
Instructors: Charlene Buckner
                                                                How you will be assessed
Sept. 12,       2012        Youngstown        p.m.                 o   Satisfactory participation during instructor-led and
Sept. 19,       2012        Toledo            p.m.                     student-centered exercises
Oct. 31,        2012        Columbus          a.m.                 o   And/or an end of course test using provided
Nov. 7,         2012        Mansfield         p.m.
                                                                       materials
June 4,         2013        Lima              a.m.
June 13,        2013        Cincinnati        p.m.
                                                                Special requirements
0.5 Day                                                         Working knowledge of a scientific calculator
EPA             3                                               Instructors will provide attendees with a copy of the BCSP Ex-
Sanitarian      3                                               amination Reference Handout.

BWC is authorized by IACET to offer                             Instructors: Langlois, Weigand & Associates Inc.
0.3 CEUs for this program.
                                                                Aug. 21-23,       2012       Columbus
                                                                April 2-4,        2013       Columbus

                                                                3.0 Days
                                                                Sanitarian    18

                                                                BWC is authorized by IACET to offer
                                                                1.8 CEUs for this program.




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Confined Space                                                      Construction Health and Safety
Assessment and Work                                                 Technician (CHST) Review
Who should attend                                                   Who should attend
Supervisors, maintenance personnel or anyone involved in or         Individuals who demonstrate competency and work part
responsible for confined space work                                 time or full time in health and safety activities devoted to the
                                                                    prevention of construction illnesses and injuries and plan to
You will learn:                                                     take the CHST exam in the immediate future. Please go to
   o   Awareness of the hazards associated with confined            http://www.bcsp.org/chst for more details on eligibility, benefits
       space entry and work within such environments;               and the requirements of obtaining a CHST certification.
   o   Assessment of spaces;
   o   Instrument use;                                              You will learn:
   o   Rescue techniques;                                              o   An overview of the safety fundamentals and con-
   o   Permit-required and non-permit required confined                    cepts within the four CHST testing domains;
       spaces;                                                         o   Sample items typical of the respective examina-
   o   Hazard evaluation;                                                  tions with solutions and explanations;
   o   Training requirements;                                          o   An explanation of how to prepare for the CHST
   o   Ventilation techniques;                                             examination, including safety standards, test-tak-
   o   Protective clothing and equipment.                                  ing strategies and operating a calculator.

After this course, you will be able to:                             After this course, you will be able to:
   o   Identify a confined space;
                                                                       o   Employ necessary test-taking skills to successfully
   o   Decide when a confined space permit is required;
                                                                           attempt to pass the CHST exam;
   o   Recognize risks and hazards associated with con-
                                                                       o   Discuss safety concepts relevant to the CHST
       fined spaces;
                                                                           exam;
   o   Suggest control measures to mitigate risk factors;
                                                                       o   Interpret applicable safety standards relevant to
   o   Explain and interpret 29 CFR 1910.146;
                                                                           the CHST exam;
   o   Describe confined space rescue techniques;
                                                                       o   Solve sample questions typical of the CHST exam.
   o   List confined space entry training requirements.
                                                                    How you will be assessed
How you will be assessed                                               o   Satisfactory participation during instructor-led and
   o   Satisfactory participation during instructor-led and                student-centered exercises
       student-centered exercises                                      o   And/or an end of course test using provided
   o   And/or an end of course test using provided                         materials
       materials
                                                                    Special requirements
Special requirements                                                Working knowledge of a scientific calculator
Portions of this course are held outside. Plan to wear clothing
appropriate for the weather conditions. In addition, participants
                                                                    Instructors: BWC Staff
should notify the instructor of any physical limitations prior to
the class.                                                          June 11-12,       2013      Columbus

Instructors: National Excavation & Safety                           2.0 Days
Training Institute
                                                                    BWC is authorized by IACET to offer
Sept. 25-26,       2012       Toledo                                1.2 CEUs for this program.
Oct. 16-17,        2012       Cleveland
Oct. 30-31,        2012       Cambridge
March 19-20,       2013       Canton
April 23-24,       2013       Columbus
May 1-2,           2013       Mansfield

1.5 Days
EPA            9
Sanitarian     9

BWC is authorized by IACET to offer
0.9 CEUs for this program.

                                                                                  ohiobwc.com                  1-800-OHIOBWC
Courses
Construction Safety Elements                                    Controlling Costs through
(OSHA10)                                                        Claims Management
Who should attend                                               Who should attend
Individuals involved in the construction industry               Individuals employed at companies insured under the state
                                                                insurance fund who handle workers’ injury and illness claims
You will learn:                                                 and who are interested in controlling costs through better
     o   Effective safety and health evaluation of construc-    claims management practices
         tion sites;
     o   Hazard recognition skills and possible solutions to    You will learn:
         construction safety issues;                              o   Accident analysis;
     o   How to use and implement the rules and recom-            o   Life cycle of a claim and suggestions on how to
         mendations of OSHA’s CFR part 1926.                          manage it;
                                                                  o   Lump sum settlements;
After this course, you will be able to:                           o   Financial reasons for having a transitional work
     o   Recognize risk factors related to construction work          program;
         sites;                                                   o   Transitional work programs for injured/ill employ-
     o   Suggest control measures to mitigate risk factors;           ees returning to work;
     o   Interpret rules for OSHA’s CFR part 1926 as it           o   Services provided by BWC to assist employers
         applies to your workplace.                                   with claims management, accident analysis and
                                                                      transitional work programs.
How you will be assessed
     o   Satisfactory participation during instructor-led       After this course, you will be able to:
         and student-centered exercises                           o   Describe how claims’ costs impact rates through-
     o   And/or an end of course test using provided                  out the life cycle of a claim;
         materials                                                o   Explain accident analysis principles;
                                                                  o   Explain the financial benefits of a transitional
Note: Upon successful completion of this course, participants         work program;
will receive a card from OSHA certifying completion of a 10-      o   Describe methods to manage claims effectively.
hour course in construction safety and health.
                                                                How you will be assessed
Instructors: BWC Staff                                            o   Satisfactory participation during instructor-led
                                                                      and student-centered exercises
                                                                  o   And/or an end of course test using provided
July 25-26,          2012      Cleveland
                                                                      materials
Aug. 28-29,          2012      Columbus
Sept. 25-26,         2012      Youngstown
Oct. 17-18,          2012      Canton                           Instructors: BWC Staff
Oct. 30-31,          2012      Dayton
Jan. 30-31,          2013      Columbus                         Sept. 27,     2012        Cincinnati
Feb. 20-21,          2013      Cincinnati                       Oct. 23,      2012        Columbus
March 5-6,           2013      Cleveland                        Feb. 26,      2013        Toledo
April 16-17,         2013      Cambridge                        March 13,     2013        Mansfield
May 8-9,             2013      Columbus                         March 26,     2013        Cleveland
June 18-19,          2013      Mansfield                        March 28,     2013        Columbus
                                                                April 24      2013        Youngstown
2.0 Days
EPA              9                                              1.0 Day
Sanitarian      12
                                                                BWC is authorized by IACET to offer
                                                                0.6 CEUs for this program.
BWC is authorized by IACET to offer
1.2 CEUs for this program.




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Controlling Workers’                                            New!
Compensation Costs                                              Crane Rigging and Signal Person
                                                                Duties
Who should attend
Individuals employed at companies insured under the state in-
                                                                Who should attend
surance fund who are interested in controlling workers’ com-
                                                                Individuals involved in the construction industry working
pensation costs. This may include employees from human
                                                                with cranes, derricks, hoists, hooks, slings, and rigging
resources, payroll and benefits, workers’ compensation admin-
istration, loss control, safety and OSHA compliance
                                                                You will learn:
                                                                   o   The new construction crane standard, includ-
You will learn:                                                        ing qualified rigger and qualified signal person
  o   A basic understanding of how BWC determines                      requirements;
      workers’ compensation rates and the costs that               o   The training requirements per 29CFR1926.1400;
      drive them;                                                  o   An overview of equipment operation require-
  o   How claims costs impact your rates;                              ments, rigging requirements, and best practices.
  o   Rating plan options;
  o   Strategies to control costs, such as loss preven-
                                                                After this course, you will be able to:
      tion, administrative, early return to work and other
                                                                   o   Identify common rigging problems;
      claims management controls;
                                                                   o   Propose solutions for rigging problems;
  o   An overview of the Safety Culture Wheel, with an
                                                                   o   Interpret OSHA’s crane standard;
      emphasis on a leadership-supported safety culture,
                                                                   o   Demonstrate standard hand signals.
      employee involvement and accident prevention.
                                                                How you will be assessed
After this course, you will be able to:                            o   Satisfactory participation during instructor-led and
  o   Compare and understand rating plan options;
                                                                       student-centered exercises
  o   Utilize strategies to control costs;
                                                                   o   And/or an end of course test using provided
  o   Explain the Safety Culture Wheel.
                                                                       materials

How you will be assessed                                        Instructors: TBD
  o   Satisfactory participation during instructor-led and
      student-centered exercises
                                                                Oct. 16,      2012         Columbus
  o   And/or an end of course test using provided
                                                                April 11,     2013         Cleveland
      materials
                                                                1.0 Day
Instructors: BWC Staff
                                                                EPA           TBD
Aug. 30,      2012       Columbus                               Sanitarian    TBD
Sept. 12,     2012       Toledo
Sept. 13,     2012       Cincinnati                             BWC is authorized by IACET to offer
Sept 18,      2012       Cleveland                              0.6 CEUs for this program.
Sept 20,      2012       Mansfield
Sept. 27,     2012       Cambridge
Sept. 27,     2012       Canton
Nov. 6,       2012       Youngstown
Nov 29,       2012       Cincinnati
Jan. 10,      2013       Canton
Feb. 20,      2013       Portsmouth
Feb. 20,      2013       Cleveland
March 5,      2013       Columbus
March 12,     2013       Cleveland
March 14,     2013       Cincinnati
March 26,     2013       Canton
March 26,     2013       Youngstown
March 26,     2013       Toledo
March 27,     2013       Lima
March 28,     2013       Cambridge
May 21,       2013       Columbus

1.0 Day

BWC is authorized by IACET to offer
0.6 CEUs for this program.                                                  ohiobwc.com                1-800-OHIOBWC
Courses
Developing a Safety and Health                                Effective Safety Teams
Management System (SHMS)
                                                              Who should attend
                                                              Company owners, managers and supervisors, safety and
Who should attend
                                                              health managers, safety consultants, labor leaders and any
Individuals who are interested in developing a strong loss-
                                                              individuals who are responsible for ensuring the success of
control and loss-prevention program
                                                              developing or facilitating safety teams
You will learn:
     o   What a Safety and Health Management System           You will learn:
         is;                                                    o   How to outline a process to develop or improve a
     o   How a SHMS can promote better safety and                   team within your organization;
         health process in the workplace;                       o   How a team functions and how to measure its
     o   Importance OSHA places on SHMS development;                effectiveness;
     o   How to develop a plan of action to implement           o   How to involve employees in the team building
         improvement to your workplace.                             process;
                                                                o   How to define team roles and responsibilities;
                                                                o   Tools and skills for group problem solving and
After this course, you will be able to:
                                                                    decision making.
     o   Describe typical elements of a SHMS;
     o   Name resources that can help a company initiate
         a SHMS.                                              After this course, you will be able to:
                                                                o   Describe how a team functions and how to mea-
                                                                    sure its effectiveness;
How you will be assessed
                                                                o   Define team roles and responsibilities;
     o   Satisfactory participation during instructor-led
                                                                o   Apply tools and skills for group problem solving/
         and student-centered exercises
                                                                    decision making;
     o   And/or an end of course test using provided
                                                                o   Outline a process to develop or improve a team
         materials
                                                                    within your organization.
Instructors: BWC Staff
                                                              How you will be assessed
                                                                o   Satisfactory participation during instructor-led and
July 31,        2012        Columbus          p.m.                  student-centered exercises
Aug. 16,        2012        Cincinnati        a.m.
                                                                o   And/or an end of course test using provided
Oct. 23,        2012        Lima              p.m.
                                                                    materials
Dec. 5,         2012        Cincinnati        a.m.
March 7,        2013        Toledo            p.m.
March 14,       2013        Columbus          a.m.            Instructors: BWC Staff
April 3,        2013        Mansfield         a.m.
                                                              Sept. 13,     2012       Portsmouth
0.5 Day                                                       Sept. 20,     2012       Lima
                                                              Oct. 3,       2012       Youngstown
BWC is authorized by IACET to offer                           Oct. 23,      2012       Cleveland
0.3 CEUs for this program.                                    Jan. 30,      2013       Toledo
                                                              Feb. 12,      2013       Columbus
                                                              March 5,      2013       Canton
                                                              May 7,        2013       Columbus
                                                              June 4,       2013       Cleveland

                                                              1.0 Day

                                                              BWC is authorized by IACET to offer
                                                              0.6 CEUs for this program.




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Effective Safety Teams                                           Electrical Hazard Recognition
Half-day workshop                                                and Abatement
Who should attend                                                Who should attend
Employers and employees who need some basic awareness            Individuals responsible for electrical safety, including safety
of safety and health issues, and newly appointed safety direc-   and maintenance personnel, engineers and others who need
tors or safety committee members who have limited expo-          to improve on their hazard recognition skills. The focus of the
sure to injury prevention                                        course is hazard recognition rather than design or engineer-
                                                                 ing. Participants do not need a background in electricity.
You will learn:
   o   How to outline a process to develop or improve a          You will learn:
       team within your organization;                               o   Electrical hazard recognition and fundamentals
   o   How to involve employees in the team building                    from a safety perspective;
       process;                                                     o   Basic physical laws that control electrical actions;
   o   Tools and skills for group problem solving and               o   Effects of electrical shock on the human body;
       decision making.                                             o   Recognition and prevention of the four kinds of
                                                                        electrical hazards – shocks, burns, explosions and
After this course, you will be able to:                                 fires;
   o   Involve employees in the team building process;              o   Grounding concepts including equipment ground,
   o   Apply tools and skills for group problem solving/                ground fault circuit interrupters and system
       decision making;                                                 grounding;
   o   Outline a process to develop or improve a team               o   OSHA, National Electric Code and Ohio Adminis-
       within your organization.                                        trative Code regulations and their application.

How you will be assessed                                         After this course, you will be able to:
   o   Satisfactory participation during instructor-led and         o   Recognize electrical hazards;
       student-centered exercises                                   o   Describe effects of electrical shock on the human
   o   And/or an end of course test using provided                      body;
       materials                                                    o   Indentify four kinds of electrical hazards;
                                                                    o   List prevention techniques of electrical hazards;
Instructors: BWC Staff                                              o   Explain grounding concepts, including equipment
                                                                        grounds, ground fault circuit interrupters and
March 14,     2013         Dayton             p.m.                      system grounding.
April 16,     2013         Cincinnati         a.m.
                                                                 How you will be assessed
0.5 Day                                                             o   Satisfactory participation during instructor-led
                                                                        and student-centered exercises
BWC is authorized by IACET to offer                                 o   And/or an end of course test using provided
0.3 CEUs for this program.                                              materials

                                                                 Note: This course ends at approximately 12:30 p.m. on
                                                                 the fourth day.

                                                                 Instructors: TMK & Associates

                                                                 Sept. 11-14,          2012         Columbus
                                                                 Oct. 30-Nov 2,        2012         Cleveland
                                                                 Jan.29-Feb. 1,        2013         Columbus
                                                                 April 9-12,           2013         Dayton

                                                                 3.5 Days
                                                                 EPA           20.5

                                                                 BWC is authorized by IACET to offer
                                                                 2.1 CEUs for this program.




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Courses
Electrical Safety Audits                                         Emergency Preparedness Planning
Who should attend                                                Who should attend
Individuals responsible for designing, conducting and manag-     Individuals in charge of developing and/or overseeing their
ing electrical safety audits and inspections                     company’s emergency preparedness plan

You will learn:                                                  You will learn:
     o   Electrical safety audit procedures;                       o   How to interpret 29 CFR 1910.38 and other appli-
     o   Applicable codes and standards;                               cable regulations;
     o   Types of audits and the purpose of each;                  o   An all-hazards approach to emergency planning;
     o   How to recognize physical, programmatic and               o   Main components of an emergency plan;
         work practice findings;                                   o   Elements of emergency management;
     o   Recordkeeping and documentation.                          o   Resources available;
                                                                   o   How to conduct drills and table top exercises;
After this course, you will be able to:                            o   Basic business continuity strategies.
     o   Describe electrical safety audit procedures;
     o   Analyze physical, programmatic and work practice        After this course, you will be able to:
         findings;                                                 o   List and describe the many potential types of
     o   Prioritize findings;                                          workplace emergencies;
     o   Assemble and compose documentation for                    o   Interpret basic compliance requirements as it
         recordkeeping.                                                relates to the workplace;
                                                                   o   List the main components of an emergency plan;
How you will be assessed                                           o   Discuss how to plan for specific types of emer-
     o   Satisfactory participation during instructor-led              gencies;
         and student-centered exercises                            o   Evaluate an emergency preparedness plan.
     o   And/or an end of course test using provided
         materials                                               How you will be assessed
                                                                   o   Satisfactory participation during instructor-led
Special requirements                                                   and student-centered exercises
Prior to attending this course, BWC strongly recommends you        o   And/or an end of course test using provided
take Electrical Hazard Recognition and Abatement, or have a            materials
background in electrical safety. Students should bring current
copies of the NFPA 70E and NEC reference books received in       Instructors: BWC Staff
the BWC Electrical Hazard Recognition and Abatement course.
                                                                 Sept. 18,     2012       Canton
                                                                 Dec. 11,      2012       Canton
Instructors: TMK & Associates                                    Jan. 31,      2013       Cincinnati
                                                                 April 4,      2013       Columbus
Oct. 24-25,         2012        Toledo                           May 8,        2013       Youngstown
March 12-13,        2013        Columbus                         May 23,       2013       Cincinnati
2.0 Days                                                         1.0 Day
                                                                 EPA           6
BWC is authorized by IACET to offer                              Sanitarian    6
1.2 CEUs for this program.
                                                                 BWC is authorized by IACET to offer
                                                                 0.6 CEUs for this program.




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Emergency Preparedness Planning                               Ergonomics: Basic Principles
Half-day workshop
                                                              Who should attend
                                                              Individuals interested in a basic understanding of ergonom-
Who should attend
                                                              ic principles. No prior knowledge of the topic is required.The
Individuals in charge of developing and/or overseeing their
                                                              primary emphasis will be on ergonomics in a general indus-
company’s emergency preparedness plan
                                                              try setting
You will learn:
  o   How to prepare for different types of workplace         You will learn:
      emergencies;                                               o   A basic awareness of ergonomic applications in
  o   The basic compliance requirements;                             the industrial workplace;
  o   The additional resources available for each type           o   Ergonomic risk factors;
      of emergency;                                              o   Basic control measures and design principles as
  o   The principles for developing and maintaining an               they relate to risk factors;
      effective program.                                         o   How to sell ergonomics to the whole organiza-
                                                                     tion;
                                                                 o   Regulatory information and applicable ergo-
After this course, you will be able to:
                                                                     nomic guidelines.
  o   List and describe the many potential types of
      workplace emergencies;
  o   Interpret basic compliance requirements as it           After this course, you will be able to:
      relates to your workplace;                                 o   Recall ergonomic guidelines;
  o   Demonstrate principles for developing and main-            o   Evaluate ergonomic risk factors at the work-
      taining an effective program.                                  place;
                                                                 o   Give examples of control measures to reduce
                                                                     ergonomic risk factors.
How you will be assessed
  o   Satisfactory participation during instructor-led
      and student-centered exercises                          How you will be assessed
  o   And/or an end of course test using provided                o   Satisfactory participation during instructor-led
      materials                                                      and student-centered exercises
                                                                 o   And/or an end of course test using provided
                                                                     materials
Instructors: BWC Staff

Aug. 29,      2012       Dayton             p.m.
                                                              Instructors: BWC Staff
March 12,     2013       Toledo             a.m.
March 28,     2013       Dayton             p.m.              Oct. 30,       2012         Mansfield
June 6,       2013       Toledo             p.m.              Jan. 16,       2013         Dayton
                                                              Feb. 19,       2013         Cambridge
0.5 Day                                                       March 5,       2013         Portsmouth
EPA           3                                               March 14,      2013         Cleveland
Sanitarian    3                                               March 28,      2013         Youngstown

BWC is authorized by IACET to offer                           1.0 Day
0.3 CEUs for this program.                                    Sanitarian     6

                                                              BWC is authorized by IACET to offer
                                                              0.6 CEUs for this program.




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Courses
                                                                  Fall Hazards in Construction
Ergonomics: Developing                                            and Maintenance
an Effective Process                                              Who should attend
                                                                  Individuals involved in the construction industry or anyone with fall
Who should attend                                                 protection concerns
Individuals responsible for developing and implementing pro-
grams and processes; individuals whose job responsibilities       You will learn:
include safety, loss control, workers’ compensation; labor and/      o   About fall-prevention systems and programs;
or management safety, and quality; ergonomics team rep-              o   Application of positioning devices;
resentatives; individuals interested in effectively preventing       o   OSHA Standards (29 CFR 1926, Subpart M) and Ameri-
musculoskeletal disorders                                                can National Standards Institute recommendations as
                                                                         they apply to this subject;
You will learn:                                                      o   Use of fall protection and arrest devices and systems.
     o   How to develop and maintain an effective ergo-
         nomics process in your organization;                     After this course, you will be able to:
     o   Key elements of an effective ergonomics process;            o   Recognize fall hazards;
     o   How to apply Blueprint for Success, a step-by-step          o   Select fall arrest equipment;
         guide for developing and/or enhancing the ergo-             o   Calculate fall arrest distances.
         nomics process at your company.
                                                                  How you will be assessed
After this course, you will be able to:                              o   Satisfactory participation during instructor-led and
     o   List the key elements of an effective ergonomics                student-centered exercises
         process;                                                    o   And/or an end of course test using provided
     o   Explain methods to increase commitment and                      materials
         participation from people at all levels within your
         organization;                                            Special requirements
     o   Describe components of an effective ergonomics           Portions of this course may be held outside. Plan to wear clothing
         team;                                                    appropriate for the weather conditions.
     o   Develop a written ergonomics process.
                                                                  Instructors: BWC Staff
How you will be assessed
     o   Satisfactory participation during instructor-led and     Oct. 10-11,         2012       Columbus
         student-centered exercises                               Feb. 13-14,         2013       Mansfield
     o   And/or an end of course test using provided              April 3-4,          2013       Toledo
         materials                                                May 1-2,            2013       Canton

Special requirements                                              2.0 Days
Prior to attending this course, BWC recommends you have a         EPA            12
basic understanding of ergonomics.                                Sanitarian     12

                                                                  BWC is authorized by IACET to offer
Instructors: BWC Staff                                            1.2 CEUs for this program.

March 27  ,         2013    Mansfield
April 30,           2013    Dayton

1.0 Day
Sanitarian      6

BWC is authorized by IACET to offer
0.6 CEUs for this program.




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First Aid in the Workplace                                           A Five-Step Process for Preventing
                                                                     Work-Related Musculoskeletal
Who should attend
Individuals who need to know how to recognize and provide            Disorders (WMSDs) in your
basic care for injuries and sudden illnesses, including how to       Workplace Online
use an automated external defibrillator (AED) for victims of
sudden cardiac arrest, until advanced medical personnel ar-          Who should participate
rive and take over. Students will receive an American Safety &       Individuals interested in developing a basic process to reduce
Health Institute certification card by mail (three to four months)   the frequency and severity of work-related musculoskeletal
after completing the course.                                         disorders (WMSDs), and the cost of workers’ compensation
                                                                     claims.
You will learn:
   o   How to prioritize care for life-threatening injuries          You will learn:
       or sudden illnesses;                                             o   The benefits of an effective ergonomics process;
   o   How to give cardiopulmonary resuscitation,                       o   How to identify jobs that need ergonomic
       including the use of an AED;                                         improvements;
   o   How to care for a victim having a breathing emer-                o   How to recognize basic risk factors for WMSDs;
       gency;                                                           o   How to develop a process for preventing WMSDs
   o   Basic treatments for other injuries.                                 in your workplace.

After this course, you will be able to:                              Special requirements
   o   Evaluate a medical emergency until advanced                   Internet access
       medical personnel arrive;
   o   Recognize the signals of a heart attack;
                                                                     Approximately one hour long
   o   Provide first aid to an individual that is injured.

How you will be assessed
   o   Satisfactory participation during instructor-led
       and student-centered exercises
   o   And/or an end of course test using provided
       materials

Instructors: Public Safety Instructors

Aug. 9,        2012          Youngstown
Aug. 15,       2012          Cleveland
Aug. 30,       2012          Lima
Sept. 5,       2012          Canton
Sept. 6,       2012          Cincinnati
Sept. 11,      2012          Columbus
Oct. 11,       2012`         Toledo
Oct. 17,       2012          Dayton
Nov. 1,        2012          Toledo
Nov.28,        2012          Cleveland
Dec. 13,       2012          Columbus
Jan. 9,        2013          Cincinnati
Jan. 15,       2013          Canton
Feb. 14,       2013          Cambridge
March 19,      2013          Lima
March 28,      2013          Canton
April 9,       2013          Cleveland
April 18,      2013          Cincinnati
April 24,      2013          Mansfield
April 30,      2013          Columbus
May 15,        2013          Toledo
June 5,        2013          Mansfield
June 6,        2013          Youngstown
June 20,       2013          Cambridge
June 27,       2013          Columbus

1.0 Day

BWC is authorized by IACET to offer                                           ohiobwc.com                  1-800-OHIOBWC
0.6 CEUs for this program.
Courses
Getting Started with Safety Online                             Hazard Communication
Who should participate                                         Who should attend
Individuals who have been asked to develop a safety and        Individuals in charge of developing and/or overseeing their
health program at work, but have no prior experience in this   company’s hazard communication program
area.
                                                               You will learn:
You will learn:                                                   o   Practical suggestions on how to implement the
     o   Employer and employee’s responsibility for a safe            Hazard Communication Standard for general
         work environment;                                            industry, construction and the public sector;
     o   What hazards to look for;                                o   Requirements for a hazard communication pro-
     o   How to do a job safety analysis;                             gram;
     o   Available resources;                                     o   Proper labeling of containers;
     o   What written programs are needed;                        o   Ways to organize, develop and conduct training.
     o   What training is needed.
                                                               After this course, you will be able to:
Special requirements                                              o   Determine hazard classification;
Internet access                                                   o   Interpret a material safety data sheet (MSDS);
                                                                  o   Explain the training requirements of 29 CFR
                                                                      1910.1200;
Approximately four hours long
                                                                  o   Analyze a hazard communication plan;
                                                                  o   Develop a hazard communication plan.

                                                               How you will be assessed
                                                                  o   Satisfactory participation during instructor-led
                                                                      and student-centered exercises
                                                                  o   And/or an end of course test using provided
                                                                      materials

                                                               Special requirements
                                                               Please bring to class a copy of the hazard communication
                                                               program from your company and copies of at least three ma-
                                                               terial safety data sheets (MSDSs) of substances your facility
                                                               frequently uses.

                                                               Note: This class dismisses at approximately 12 p.m. on the
                                                               second day.

                                                               Instructors: BWC Staff

                                                               Oct. 24-25,   2012        Columbus
                                                               Dec. 12-13,   2012        Cleveland

                                                               1.5 Days

                                                               EPA           9
                                                               Sanitarian    9

                                                               BWC is authorized by IACET to offer
                                                               0.9 CEUs for this program.




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Hazard Communication                                          Hazard Communication
One-day workshop                                              Half-day workshop
Who should attend                                             Who should attend
Individuals in charge of developing and/or overseeing their   Individuals who need an overview of developing a compa-
company’s hazard communication program                        ny’s hazard communication program

You will learn:                                               You will learn:
  o   Practical suggestions on how to implement the             o   Practical suggestions on how to implement the
      Hazard Communication Standard for general                     Hazard Communication Standard for general
      industry, construction and the public sector;                 industry, construction and the public sector;
  o   Requirements for a hazard communication pro-              o   Requirements for a hazard communication pro-
      gram;                                                         gram;
  o   Proper labeling of containers;                            o   Topics to cover in training;
  o   Ways to organize, develop and conduct training.           o   Proper labeling of containers.

After this course, you will be able to:                       After this course, you will be able to:
  o   Determine hazard classification;                          o   Determine hazard classification;
  o   Interpret a material safety data sheet (MSDS);            o   Interpret a material safety data sheet (MSDS);
  o   Explain the training requirements of 29 CFR               o   Explain the training requirements of 29 CFR
      1910.1200;                                                    1910.1200.
  o   Analyze a hazard communication plan.
                                                              How you will be assessed
How you will be assessed                                        o   Satisfactory participation during instructor-led
  o   Satisfactory participation during instructor-led              and student-centered exercises
      and student-centered exercises                            o   And/or an end of course test using provided
  o   And/or an end of course test using provided                   materials
      materials
                                                              Instructors: BWC Staff
Instructors: BWC Staff
                                                              Oct. 25,     2012        Cambridge         p.m.
Aug. 14,      2012       Toledo                               Feb. 7,      2013        Dayton            a.m.
Nov. 7,       2012       Canton
March 7,      2013       Columbus                             0.5 Day
March 28,     2013       Portsmouth                           EPA          3
May 14,       2013       Mansfield                            Sanitarian   3

1.0 Day                                                       BWC is authorized by IACET to offer
EPA           6                                               0.3 CEUs for this program.
Sanitarian    6

BWC is authorized by IACET to offer
0.6 CEUs for this program.




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Courses
Hazardous Waste Operations and                                  Hazardous Waste Operations and
Emergency Response Awareness                                    Emergency Response Operations
Who should attend                                               Who should attend
Individuals who are likely to witness or discover a hazardous   Individuals who will respond to releases or potential releases of
substance release and who are responsible for initiating the    hazardous substances as part of the initial response to the site
emergency response sequence by notifying the proper au-         to protect nearby persons, property or the environment from the
thorities                                                       release

Students attending this course should already have received     You will learn:
their company’s hazard communication training.                     o   How to recognize the presence and identification of
                                                                       hazardous substances;
You will learn:                                                    o   Methods of risk hazard assessment;
     o   Awareness level training to be able to determine          o   Basic hazard control and the need for personal pro-
         the presence of hazardous substances;                         tective equipment;
     o   How to report a chemical spill to the authorities;        o   The elements of an emergency response plan.
     o   How to read the Department of Transportation
         Emergency Response Guidebook;                          After this course, you will be able to:
     o   How to assist with site control to prevent unau-          o   Recognize a chemical emergency;
         thorized individuals from entering the spill area.        o   Analyze risk factors associated with chemical emer-
                                                                       gencies;
After this course, you will be able to:                            o   Select and don appropriate personal protective
     o   Use the DOT guidebook as a chemical hazard                    equipment for a chemical emergency;
         assessment tool;                                          o   Demonstrate competency in 1910.120(q)(6)(ii)
     o   Describe the different roles and responsibilities of          operations level training.
         a hazardous waste first responder team;
     o   Demonstrate competency in 1910.120(q)(6)(i)            How you will be assessed
         awareness level training.                                 o   Satisfactory participation during instructor-led and
                                                                       student-centered exercises
How you will be assessed                                           o   And/or an end of course test using provided
     o   Satisfactory participation during instructor-led              materials
         and student-centered exercises
     o   And/or an end of course test using provided mate-      Special requirements
         rials                                                  Participants must complete Hazwoper Awareness or be certified
                                                                by their employer that they have sufficient training and experi-
Note:This class dismisses at 2:30 p.m.                          ence to objectively demonstrate competency in the areas listed
                                                                for the awareness level, 1910.120(q)(6)(i).
Instructors: BWC Staff
                                                                Employers should only send employees who are medically fit
Feb. 13,        2013       Youngstown                           to participate in training activities in accordance with 1910.120(f).
April 2,        2013       Columbus                             Portions of this course are held outside. Plan to wear clothing ap-
June 11,        2013       Cleveland                            propriate for the weather conditions.

0.8 Day
                                                                Note:This class begins at 8 a.m. and dismisses at 5 p.m.
EPA             5
Sanitarian      5
                                                                Instructors: Environmental Options
BWC is authorized by IACET to offer
0.5 CEUs for this program.                                      Aug. 27-28,         2012      Columbus
                                                                Oct. 17-18,         2012      Mansfield
                                                                April 15-16,        2013      Columbus

                                                                2.0 Days
                                                                EPA            14
                                                                Sanitarian     14

                                                                BWC is authorized by IACET to offer
                                                                1.4 CEUs for this program.


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Hazardous Waste Operations and                                     Hazardous Waste Operations and
Emergency Response Refresher                                       Emergency Response Technician
Who should attend                                                  Who should attend
Industrial Emergency Responders (IER) who have completed           Individuals who respond to releases or potential releases of haz-
operation level or technician level training. An annual refresh-   ardous substances for the purpose of stopping the releases
er is required to maintain certification
                                                                   You will learn:
You will learn:                                                       o   Requirements set forth by OSHA standards 29 CFR
   o   The basic skills and knowledge acquired from the                   1910.120(q) and 1910.132;
       IER courses;                                                   o   Components of an emergency response plan;
   o   How to use equipment;                                          o   Identification and verification of materials using air-
   o   Emergency response techniques;                                     monitoring instruments and field survey techniques;
   o   Use of various levels of personal protective                   o   Toxicological terms and behaviors;
       equipment.                                                     o   Advance controls;
                                                                      o   Containment and/or confinement operations;
After this course, you will be able to:                               o   How to select and decontaminate personal protective
   o   Recall the skills and knowledge acquired from the                  equipment.
       IER courses.
                                                                   After this course, you will be able to:
How you will be assessed                                              o   Recognize a chemical emergency;
   o   Satisfactory participation during instructor-led               o   Analyze risk factors associated with chemical emer-
       and student-centered exercises                                     gencies;
   o   And/or an end of course test using provided                    o   Select and don appropriate personal protective equip-
       materials                                                          ment for a chemical emergency;
                                                                      o   Plan and set up a decontamination site;
                                                                      o   Demonstrate competency in 1910.120(q)(6)(iii)
Special requirements
                                                                          technician level training.
The Hazwoper Refresher course is an annual requirement for
those who have become certified at the awareness, opera-
                                                                   How you will be assessed
tions or technician level. This course is an interactive course       o   Satisfactory participation during instructor-led and
with the instructor and students sharing their experiences to             student-centered exercises
other students during a class.                                        o   And/or an end of course test using provided materials

Portions of this course might be held outside. Employers           Special requirements
should only send employees who are medically fit to partici-       Participants must have completed Hazwoper Awareness and Haz-
pate in training activities in accordance with 1910.120(f).        woper Operations, or be certified by their employer that they have
                                                                   sufficient training and experience to demonstrate competency
Note:This course begins at 8 a.m. and dismisses at 5 p.m.          equal to the first responder operations level 1910.120(q)(6)(ii).

Instructors: BWC Staff                                             Employers should send only employees who are medically fit to
                                                                   participate in training activities in accordance with 1910.120(f). Por-
Sept. 20,      2012         Columbus                               tions of this course are held outside. Plan to wear clothing appro-
Nov. 1,        2012         Cincinnati                             priate for the weather conditions.
Feb. 27,       2013         Youngstown
April 25,      2013         Columbus
                                                                   Note:This class begins at 8 a.m. and dismisses at 5 p.m.
May 2,         2013         Cincinnati
June 13,       2013         Columbus
                                                                   Instructors: Environmental Options
1.0 Day
EPA            7                                                   Aug. 29-31,       2012         Columbus
Sanitarian     7                                                   April 17-19,      2013         Columbus

BWC is authorized by IACET to offer                                3.0 Days
0.7 CEUs for this program.                                         EPA            21
                                                                   Sanitarian     21

                                                                   BWC is authorized by IACET to offer
                                                                   2.1 CEUs for this program.

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Courses
Health Hazards                                                 How Methamphetamines
in Construction Online                                         Affect the Workplace
Who should participate                                         Who should attend
Individuals involved in construction industry                  Safety and health professionals, human resource managers,
                                                               sanitation, highway and other industrial employees that come
You will learn:                                                into contact with large amounts of refuse; property managers,
     o   How to recognize potential health hazards for vari-   utility workers, home repair contractors and other employees
         ous construction occupations;                         that go into residential property; retail managers, agricultural
     o   Ways to evaluate your specific construction site      and chemical workers, along with any personnel that sell or
         for health risks;                                     work with materials that can be improvised to manufacture
     o   How to recognize four common construction
                                                               methamphetamines; law enforcement, firefighters and other
         health hazards;
                                                               first responders
     o   How to apply exposure controls to protect your
         health.
                                                               You will learn:
                                                                  o   What methamphetamines are;
Special requirements
                                                                  o   Effects of methamphetamines;
Internet access
                                                                  o   Regional awareness of methamphetamine use
                                                                      and production;
Approximately one hour long                                       o   Available drug treatment intervention programs;
                                                                  o   Hazards associated with production;
                                                                  o   Safety protocols to limit exposure;
                                                                  o   Best practices for site removal of hazardous
                                                                      waste.

                                                               After this course, you will be able to:
                                                                  o   Recognize methamphetamine use and production
                                                                      in the workplace;
                                                                  o   Recognize improvised chemical labs and equip-
                                                                      ment used for methamphetamine production;
                                                                  o   Make use of public resources in the event of
                                                                      workplace discovery, use, or production of meth-
                                                                      amphetamines.

                                                               How you will be assessed
                                                                  o   Satisfactory participation during instructor-led
                                                                      and student-centered exercises
                                                                  o   And/or an end of course test using provided
                                                                      materials

                                                               Instructors: BWC Staff

                                                               Nov. 7,        2012       Portsmouth           a.m.
                                                               April 3,       2013       Columbus             a.m.

                                                               0.5 Day

                                                               EPA            2
                                                               Sanitarian     3

                                                               BWC is authorized by IACET to offer
                                                               0.3 CEUs for this program.




54
Industrial Hygiene Calibration                                  Industrial Hygiene Overview:
and Sampling                                                    Recognizing Occupational Health
                                                                Hazards Online
Who should attend
Safety personnel, industrial hygienists, technicians or those
                                                                Who should participate
with limited experience in industrial hygiene who are inter-
                                                                Individuals who are involved with health and safety, but have
ested in measuring potentially hazardous workplace environ-
                                                                limited knowledge of industrial hygiene issues; and those in-
ments
                                                                terested in a broad overview of industrial hygiene topics

You will learn:                                                 You will learn:
   o   The purpose of sampling;
                                                                   o   The definition of occupational/industrial hygiene;
   o   Calibration procedures for high flow pumps, low
                                                                   o   Recognition of potential health hazards (dusts,
       flow pumps, noise dosimeters and sound level
                                                                       mists, gases, vapors, noise, etc.);
       meters;
                                                                   o   Evaluation methods used to determine employee
   o   Methods of sampling for gases and vapors,
                                                                       exposure to chemical and physical hazards;
       aerosols and noise;
                                                                   o   Control methods to reduce the risk of occupa-
   o   Analytical methods and degree of accuracy.
                                                                       tional illness or injury;
                                                                   o   Required written programs.
After this course, you will be able to:
   o   Recognize operational limits of sampling and
                                                                Special requirements
       analysis;
                                                                Internet access
   o   Recognize laboratory issues and principles of
       good practice;
   o   Describe industrial hygiene sampling instruments;        Approximately one hour long
   o   Plan and conduct sampling activities.

How you will be assessed
   o   Satisfactory participation during instructor-led
       and student-centered exercises
   o   And/or an end of course test using provided
       materials

Instructors: BWC Staff

May 23,       2013        Columbus

1.0 Day
EPA           6
Sanitarian    6

BWC is authorized by IACET to offer
0.6 CEUs for this program.




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Courses
Industrial Ventilation                                             Industry Safety Elements (OSHA 10)
Who should attend                                                  Who should attend
Maintenance supervisors, engineers, industrial hygienists and      Individuals involved in general industry
safety management personnel with an advanced industrial hy-
giene background                                                   You will learn:
                                                                      o   Effective safety and health evaluation of industry
You will learn:                                                           sites;
     o   Principles of industrial ventilation as a means of           o   Hazard recognition skills and possible solutions to
         controlling hazardous air contaminants;                          safety issues;
     o   The classification of ventilation systems;                   o   How to use and implement the rules and recom-
     o   The fundamentals of air flow, make-up air, fans                  mendations of OSHA’s CFR part 1910.
         and air cleaners;
     o   About ventilation system surveys and design;              After this course, you will be able to:
     o   Instrumentation;                                             o   Recognize risk factors related to general industry
     o   Applicable standards and recommendations;                        work sites;
     o   Practical hands-on application of ventilation evalu-         o   Suggest control measures to mitigate risk factors;
         ation instrumentation.                                       o   Interpret rules for OSHA’s CFR part 1910 as it
                                                                          applies to your workplace.
After this course, you will be able to:
     o   Describe the principles behind the selection and          How you will be assessed
         design of industrial ventilation;                            o   Satisfactory participation during instructor-led
     o   Measure industrial ventilation system perfor-                    and student-centered exercises
         mance;                                                       o   And/or an end of course test using provided
     o   Explain the operational and maintenance prin-                    materials
         ciples to sustain long term industrial ventilation
         system performance;                                       Note: Upon successful completion of this course, participants
     o   List regulations and standards applicable to indus-       will receive a card from OSHA certifying completion of a 10-
         trial ventilation systems.                                hour course in general industry safety and health.

How you will be assessed                                           Instructors: BWC Staff
     o   Satisfactory participation during instructor-led and
         student-centered exercises
                                                                   Aug. 28-29,        2012        Cincinnati
     o   And/or an end of course test using provided
                                                                   Oct. 2-3,          2012        Cleveland
         materials
                                                                   Oct. 15-16,        2012        Portsmouth
                                                                   Oct. 24-25,        2012        Youngstown
Special requirements                                               Nov. 14-15,        2012        Toledo
Students that have a laptop with Microsoft Excel should bring it   Jan. 23-24,        2013        Youngstown
to class. A CD-ROM set up to calculate every equation in the ac-   Feb. 13-14,        2013        Lima
companying Industrial Ventilation workbook will be provided,       Feb. 27-28,        2013        Canton
along with a computer for students without a personal laptop.      March 27-28,       2013        Cleveland
                                                                   June 4-5,          2013        Canton
Although the course covers ventilation principles, the student     June 26-27,        2013        Columbus
should realize the emphasis throughout the class is on calculat-
                                                                   2.0 Days
ing individual system components, which contribute to overall      EPA            9
ventilation system design.This course should only be taken by
individuals that are comfortable working on a personal com-        BWC is authorized by IACET to offer
puter.                                                             1.2 CEUs for this program.

Instructors: Workplace Exposure Solutions LLC

March 26-28, 2013           Columbus

3.0 Days
EPA              6
Sanitarian      18

BWC is authorized by IACET to offer
1.8 CEUs for this program.

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Job Safety Analysis Workshop                                     Laboratory Safety
Who should attend                                                Who should attend
Individuals who want to use the Job Safety Analysis (JSA) pro-   Supervisors, maintenance personnel, lab employees, chem-
cess to create a safer and more productive work environment      istry teachers or anyone involved in or responsible for devel-
                                                                 oping and/or overseeing a laboratory safety program
You will learn:
   o   A proactive approach to incident prevention               You will learn:
       and safety;                                                  o   Fume hood operation;
   o   The purpose and benefits of a JSA;                           o   About hazardous chemical storage;
   o   Techniques for performing a JSA;                             o   Elements of the laboratory standard from OSHA
   o   How to implement your safe job procedures;                       29 CFR 1910.1450;
   o   How to manage and maintain your JSA process.                 o   How to implement the laboratory standard and
                                                                        chemical hygiene plan;
After this course, you will be able to:                             o   Emergency response and accident reporting in
   o   Describe the benefits of a JSA;                                  the lab.
   o   Conduct a simple JSA;
   o   Maintain JSA documentation;                               After this course, you will be able to:
   o   Interpret results of a JSA.                                  o   Describe safe procedures in a laboratory envi-
                                                                        ronment;
How you will be assessed                                            o   Implement a chemical hygiene plan;
   o   Satisfactory participation during instructor-led and         o   Evaluate laboratory standard operating proce-
       student-centered exercises                                       dures;
   o   And/or an end of course test using provided                  o   Explain the requirements of 29 CFR 1910.1450.
       materials
                                                                 How you will be assessed
Special requirements                                                o   Satisfactory participation during instructor-led
Students should bring an example of a job from their work-              and student-centered exercises
place to work on as an exercise.                                    o   And/or an end of course test using provided
                                                                        materials
Instructors: BWC Staff
                                                                 Instructors: Laboratory Safety Training Seminars
Aug. 16,      2012         Columbus           p.m.
Sept. 11,     2012         Mansfield          a.m.               Sept. 6,       2012         Columbus
Oct. 23,      2012         Lima               a.m.               June 25,       2013         Columbus
Feb. 27,      2013         Dayton             p.m.
March 7,      2013         Cincinnati         p.m.               1.0 Day
April 16,     2013         Columbus           a.m.               Sanitarian     6
May 8,        2013         Toledo             p.m.
May 16,       2013         Portsmouth         a.m.               BWC is authorized by IACET to offer
June 4,       2013         Dayton             a.m.               0.6 CEUs for this program.
June 13,      2013         Cleveland          a.m.

0.5 Day

BWC is authorized by IACET to offer
0.3 CEUs for this program.




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Courses
Ladder/Stairway Safety Online                                     Lockout/Tagout and Safety-related
                                                                  Work Practices
Who should participate
Anyone interested in the safety considerations, rules and regu-
                                                                  Who should attend
lations regarding ladders and stairs from construction to gen-
                                                                  Safety, loss control and maintenance personnel, plant manag-
eral use
                                                                  ers or individuals interested in safety

You will learn:                                                   You will learn:
     o   Ladder types;
                                                                    o   Principles and procedures of lockout/tagout as
     o   Safety, maintenance and storage of ladders;
                                                                        presented in OSHA regulation 29 CFR 1910.147;
     o   How to choose the right ladder for the job;
                                                                    o   Examples of safety-related work practices;
     o   How to safely use and control stairs, platforms,
                                                                    o   Guidelines and practical approaches to safety-
         handrails and guardrails;
                                                                        related work practices.
     o   Legal requirements and guidelines for stair con-
         struction.
                                                                  After this course, you will be able to:
                                                                    o   Explain the purpose of OSHA regulation 29 CFR
Special requirements                                                    1910.147;
Internet access                                                     o   Interpret requirements of OSHA regulation 29 CFR
                                                                        1910.147;
Approximately 45 minutes long                                       o   Recognize energized devices;
                                                                    o   Plan to implement and/or review an energy con-
                                                                        trol procedure.

                                                                  How you will be assessed
                                                                    o   Satisfactory participation during instructor-led
                                                                        and student-centered exercises
                                                                    o   And/or an end of course test using provided
                                                                        materials

                                                                  Instructors: BWC Staff

                                                                  July 31       2012        Cleveland         a.m.
                                                                  Nov. 29,      2012        Toledo            a.m.
                                                                  Dec. 4,       2012        Mansfield         a.m.
                                                                  March 7,      2013        Cincinnati        a.m.
                                                                  March 26,     2013        Columbus          a.m.
                                                                  April 2,      2013        Canton            a.m.
                                                                  April 25,     2013        Cleveland         a.m.
                                                                  April 30,     2013        Lima              a.m.
                                                                  May 8,        2013        Dayton            a.m.
                                                                  May 22,       2013        Youngstown        a.m.
                                                                  June 6,       2013        Columbus          p.m.

                                                                  0.5 Day
                                                                  EPA           3

                                                                  BWC is authorized by IACET to offer
                                                                  0.3 CEUs for this program.




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Machine Guarding Basics                                        Measuring Safety Performance
Who should attend                                              Who should attend
Individuals responsible for the safeguarding of machinery in   Company owners, executive staff, labor leaders, managers,
an industrial setting                                          supervisors, safety and health managers and individuals with
                                                               direct organizational responsibility for safety performance
You will learn:
  o   Principles and basics of general machine guard-          You will learn:
      ing as required by CFR 1910 Subpart O;                      o   A sound foundation for developing or improving
  o   Recommendations from American National Stan-                    safety performance measuring systems;
      dards Institute;                                            o   Strategies and techniques for measuring safety
  o   The various types and applications of machine                   performance, emphasizing process measures,
      guarding methods;                                               accountability, systematic monitoring and goal-
  o   Guidelines and practical approaches to safety-                  setting strategies;
      related work practices.                                     o   An understanding of how you can proactively
                                                                      use measurement systems to guide future perfor-
After this course, you will be able to:                               mance;
  o   Explain and interpret 29 CFR 1910 Subpart O;                o   Key elements of contemporary safety measure-
  o   Recognize both properly guarded and unsafely                    ment tools.
      guarded devices.
                                                               After this course, you will be able to:
How you will be assessed                                          o   Describe different techniques for measuring
  o   Satisfactory participation during instructor-led                safety performance;
      and student-centered exercises                              o   Use measurement systems to guide future per-
  o   And/or an end of course test using provided                     formance.
      materials
                                                               How you will be assessed
Instructors: BWC Staff                                            o   Satisfactory participation during instructor-led
                                                                      and student-centered exercises
Nov. 7,       2012        Columbus          p.m.                  o   And/or an end of course test using provided
Nov. 29,      2012        Toledo            p.m.                      materials
Dec, 4,       2012        Mansfield         p.m.
March 28,     2013        Cincinnati        p.m.               Special requirements
April 2,      2013        Canton            p.m.               Individuals with a solid understanding of contemporary
April 25,     2013        Cleveland         p.m.               safety management concepts and systems will derive greater
April 30,     2013        Lima              p.m.
                                                               benefits from this class than novices.
May 8,        2013        Dayton            p.m.
May 22,       2013        Youngstown        p.m.
                                                               Instructors: BWC Staff
0.5 Day
                                                               Sept. 27,     2012        Columbus
BWC is authorized by IACET to offer
0.3 CEUs for this program.                                     1.0 Day
                                                               Sanitarian    6

                                                               BWC is authorized by IACET to offer
                                                               0.6 CEUs for this program.




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Courses
Mechanical Power Press                                          Mold and Other Indoor
                                                                Air Quality Concerns
Who should attend
Individuals concerned with the safe operation of mechanical
                                                                Who should attend
power presses
                                                                Facility managers, building owners, maintenance supervisors,
                                                                plant engineers, safety and health professionals and architects
You will learn:
     o   Safe operation of full-revolution and part-revolu-
                                                                You will learn:
         tion presses;
                                                                   o   The potential sources of indoor air quality (IAQ)
     o   Point-of-operation guarding;
                                                                       problems and potential health effects;
     o   Brake monitoring;
                                                                   o   Moisture and its effects on buildings;
     o   Control reliability;
                                                                   o   Potential sources of moisture in a building;
     o   Die setting;
                                                                   o   Scientific findings on mold’s health effects;
     o   Electrical systems;
                                                                   o   Basic heating, ventilation and air conditioning
     o   About inspection, maintenance and training
                                                                       systems as they relate to IAQ;
         requirements;
                                                                   o   Practical hands-on applications of IAQ recogni-
     o   Safety codes and standards (OSHA, State and
                                                                       tion, evaluation and control techniques;
         American National Standards Institute);
                                                                   o   How to develop an effective IAQ program.
     o   About industrial hygiene and ergonomics as they
         pertain to power presses.
                                                                After this course, you will be able to:
                                                                   o   Recognize what causes mold in a building;
After this course, you will be able to:
                                                                   o   Explain the impact mold can have on the health of
     o   Describe safety codes and standards related to
                                                                       humans and buildings;
         power presses;
                                                                   o   Apply techniques to maintain good indoor air
     o   Interpret inspection, maintenance and training
                                                                       quality;
         requirements of a power press.
                                                                   o   Summarize legislative strategies to prevent and/
                                                                       or mitigate mold-related issues;
How you will be assessed                                           o   List potential sources of poor indoor air quality.
     o   Satisfactory participation during instructor-led and
         student-centered exercises
                                                                How you will be assessed
     o   And/or an end of course test using provided
                                                                   o   Satisfactory participation during instructor-led and
         materials
                                                                       student-centered exercises
                                                                   o   And/or an end of course test using provided
Special requirements                                                   materials
Each participant needs to provide his/her own safety glasses.
                                                                Instructors: BWC Staff
Instructors: BWC Staff
                                                                Oct. 18,       2012        Columbus
Aug. 22-23,        2012       Columbus                          April 23,      2013        Cleveland
May 22-23,         2013       Columbus
                                                                1.0 Day
2.0 Days
                                                                BWC is authorized by IACET to offer
BWC is authorized by IACET to offer                             0.6 CEUs for this program.
1.2 CEUs for this program.




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NFPA 70E and You:                                            Noise and Hearing Conservation
Insight and Implementation
                                                             Who should attend
                                                             Safety professionals, industrial hygienists, occupational
Who should attend
                                                             health nurses, plant engineers and others responsible for in-
Contractors, maintenance workers and others who work in or
                                                             plant occupational safety and health
around electricity

You will learn:                                              You will learn:
                                                                o   How to anticipate, recognize, evaluate and con-
  o   An overview of hazards of electricity;
                                                                    trol industrial noise;
  o   Standards and requirements of NFPA 70E;
                                                                o   How to develop a hearing conservation program
  o   How to analyze flash hazards;
                                                                    for the purpose of reducing employee hearing
  o   How to protect against flash hazards;
                                                                    loss and for OSHA compliance;
  o   How to plan safe work practices;
                                                                o   How to measure noise using noise dosimeters
  o   How to select personal protective equipment.
                                                                    and sound level meters;
                                                                o   How to determine the correct type of hearing
After this course, you will be able to:                             protection to use.
  o   Explain workplace hazards involving electricity;
  o   List requirements of NFPA 70E;
                                                             After this course, you will be able to:
  o   Evaluate work practices and suggest safety mea-
                                                                o   Interpret different types of industrial noise;
      sures to reduce risk.
                                                                o   Compute basic formulas used in sound level
                                                                    surveys;
How you will be assessed                                        o   Describe the elements of a hearing conservation
  o   Satisfactory participation during instructor-led and          program;
      student-centered exercises                                o   Analyze noise reports;
  o   And/or an end of course test using provided               o   Explain the different parts of the hearing conser-
      materials                                                     vation program.

Instructors: TMK & Associates                                How you will be assessed
                                                                o   Satisfactory participation during instructor-led
Aug. 15,     2012        Youngstown                                 and student-centered exercises
Sept. 20,    2012        Cincinnati                             o   And/or an end of course test using provided
Nov. 29,     2012        Dayton                                     materials
Jan. 24,     2013        Toledo
Feb. 28,     2013        Cleveland                           Special requirements
June 11,     2013        Columbus
                                                             Attendees must bring a scientific calculator with memory,
1.0 Day                                                      square root and logarithmic functions for classroom activities.
EPA          6
                                                             Instructors: BWC Staff
BWC is authorized by IACET to offer
0.6 CEUs for this program.                                   Nov. 7,        2012         Cambridge
                                                             April 15,      2013         Columbus

                                                             1.0 Day
                                                             Sanitarian     6

                                                             BWC is authorized by IACET to offer
                                                             0.6 CEUs for this program.




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Courses
Nonviolent Strategies for                                           New!
Caregivers and Other Staff Working                                  Office Ergonomics:
Directly with the Public                                            Computer Workstation and Mobile
                                                                    Computing Online
Who should attend
Staff in nursing homes, mental health facilities, long-term
                                                                    Who should participate
residential facilities and other customer contact industries that
                                                                    Individuals interested in improving their comfort and productivity
work directly with the public and may possibly encounter bel-
                                                                    when working in an office or in mobile computing settings
ligerent patients/residents/customers
                                                                    You will learn:
You will learn:                                                        o   Various techniques to address office ergonomics and
     o   How to recognize danger signs;                                    mobile computing issues;
     o   De-escalation skills;                                         o   How to make proper adjustments to office furniture
     o   Posturing and non-verbal tactics;                                 and equipment;
     o   Practical defensive tactics;                                  o   How to improve the arrangement of furniture and
     o   Hands-on exercises.                                               equipment in offices and mobile computing settings;
                                                                       o   How to apply simple changes that improve posture
After this course, you will be able to:                                    and comfort while working with desktop and laptop
     o   Recognize potential violent situations;                           computers.
     o   Diffuse a potential violent situation before it
         occurs;                                                    Special requirements
     o   Make use of defensive tactics when dealing with a
                                                                    Internet access
         violent patient/resident/customer.
                                                                    Approximately 11/2 hours long
How you will be assessed
     o   Satisfactory participation during instructor-led and
         student-centered exercises
     o   And/or an end of course test using provided
         materials

Special requirements
Exercises may involve physical contact. Wear comfortable
clothing.

Instructors: North Coast Polytechnic Institute

Oct. 25,        2012        Columbus
Nov. 7,         2012        Cleveland
Feb. 26,        2013        Mansfield
April 11,       2013        Canton
May 9,          2013        Columbus

1.0 Day
BENHA           6
Sanitarian      6

BWC is authorized by IACET to offer
0.6 CEUs for this program.




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OSHA Recordkeeping                                        OSHA Recordkeeping
                                                          Half-day workshop
Who should attend
Individuals responsible for OSHA recordkeeping within a
                                                          Who should attend
company with more than 10 employees
                                                          Employers and employees who need some basic awareness
                                                          of safety and health issues, and newly appointed safety direc-
You will learn:                                           tors or safety committee members who have limited exposure
  o   OSHA recordkeeping requirements for workplace
                                                          to injury prevention
      injuries and illnesses;
  o   Correct use of the required OSHA recordkeeping
      forms;                                              You will learn:
  o   Guidelines for recordable and non-recordable           o   OSHA recordkeeping requirements for workplace
      workplace injuries and interpretations;                    injuries and illnesses;
  o   A review of OSHA standards that require and            o   The correct use of the required OSHA
      imply employer recordkeeping.                              recordkeeping forms.

After this course, you will be able to:                   After this course, you will be able to:
  o   Explain regulation 1904 scope and                      o   Explain regulation 1904 scope and
      responsibilities;                                          responsibilities;
  o   List important contacts;                               o   Properly fill out OSHA forms including:
  o   Properly fill out OSHA forms including:                o   300;
  o   300;                                                   o   300A;
  o   300A;                                                  o   301.
  o   301;
  o   Calculate injury and incidence rates;               How you will be assessed
  o   Identify a recordable event, a reportable event        o   Satisfactory participation during instructor-led and
      and special cases that need attention.                     student-centered exercises
                                                             o   And/or an end of course test using provided
How you will be assessed                                         materials
  o   Satisfactory participation during instructor-led
      and student-centered exercises                      Instructors: BWC Staff
  o   And/or an end of course test using provided
      materials                                           Aug. 16,      2012         Cincinnati         p.m.
                                                          Aug. 30,      2012         Canton             a.m.
Instructors: BWC Staff                                    Sept. 25,     2012         Dayton             a.m.
                                                          Oct. 25,      2012         Cambridge          a.m.
Sept. 20,    2012        Cleveland                        Dec. 13,      2012         Portsmouth         a.m.
Oct. 18,     2012        Toledo                           March 28,     2013         Cincinnati         a.m.
Dec. 12,     2012        Youngstown                       April 18,     2013         Dayton             p.m.
Jan. 9,      2013        Lima                             May 21,       2013         Canton             p.m.
Jan. 10,     2013        Columbus
Jan. 16,     2013        Cleveland                        0.5 Day
March 6,     2013        Youngstown
April 24,    2013        Toledo                           BWC is authorized by IACET to offer
May 7,       2013        Cleveland                        0.3 CEUs for this program.
May 14,      2013        Columbus

1.0 Day
Sanitarian   6

BWC is authorized by IACET to offer
0.6 CEUs for this program.




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Courses
Personal Protective Equipment                                      Powered Industrial Trucks:
Selection Criteria                                                 Developing a Training Program
Who should attend                                                  Who should attend
Individuals responsible for hazard assessment of the work-         Individuals charged with the responsibility for training lift truck
place and the selection of required personal protective equip-     operator safety
ment (PPE) for eyes, face, head, feet and hands
                                                                   You will learn:
You will learn:                                                       o   How to develop a training program customized to
     o   Workplace assessment to determine if PPE is                      the needs of your organization;
         needed;                                                      o   About information and resources for creating or
     o   Criteria for selecting appropriate PPE;                          improving a powered industrial truck operator
     o   Proper use, care and maintenance of PPE;                         training program;
     o   Training requirements;                                       o   How to write an outline for the classroom portion
     o   About documentation needed for compliance with                   of your organization’s forklift training.
         OSHA regulations.
                                                                   After this course, you will be able to:
After this course, you will be able to:                               o   Explain and interpret 29 CFR 1910.178;
     o   Explain and interpret 29 CFR 1910.132;                       o   Develop an outline of a powered industrial truck
     o   Recommend appropriate PPE for a job task.                        training program.

How you will be assessed                                           How you will be assessed
     o   Satisfactory participation during instructor-led and         o   Satisfactory participation during instructor-led and
         student-centered exercises                                       student-centered exercises
     o   And/or an end of course test using provided                  o   And/or an end of course test using provided
         materials                                                        materials

Note:This course does not cover respiratory protection, electri-   Special requirements
cal protection, bloodborne pathogens or ergonomic concerns.        Participants should bring a copy of the operator’s manual spe-
                                                                   cific to their powered industrial trucks. Additional material con-
Instructors: BWC Staff                                             cerning specific loads, attachments and/or special or unique
                                                                   hazards within your facility may be helpful. This material will
Sept. 11,       2012        Mansfield          p.m.                assist you in the development of your site-specific training
Nov. 7,         2012        Columbus           a.m.                program and will further assist you in meeting the require-
Feb. 27,        2013        Dayton             a.m.                ments for successful completion of the course.
April 24,       2013        Columbus           a.m.
June 4,         2013        Dayton             p.m.
                                                                   Instructors: BWC Staff
0.5 Day
                                                                   Sept. 19,       2012         Columbus
                                                                   Sept. 27,       2012         Cleveland
EPA             3
                                                                   April 16,       2013         Toledo
Sanitarian      3
                                                                   1.0 Day
BWC is authorized by IACET to offer
0.3 CEUs for this program.
                                                                   BWC is authorized by IACET to offer
                                                                   0.6 CEUs for this program.




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Preventing Cuts                                                 Preventing Slips/Trips/Falls Online
and Lacerations Online
                                                                Who should participate
                                                                Anyone interested in preventing slips, trips and falls or who may
Who should participate
                                                                be affected by them.
Those involved in industries that cut products or anyone with
cut or laceration concerns
                                                                You will learn:
                                                                   o   About housekeeping programs;
You will learn:
                                                                   o   Ladder safety, scaffolding and work platforms;
   o   About the different types of cuts and lacerations
                                                                   o   How to design and maintain walkways and stairs;
       and the causes of each;
                                                                   o   About appropriate footwear.
   o   Controls and prevention measures to avoid and
       eliminate cutting hazards.
                                                                Special requirements
                                                                Internet access
Special requirements
Internet access
                                                                Approximately one hour long
Approximately one hour long




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Courses
New!                                                                 Respirator Fit Testing
Quantifying Ergonomic Risk Factors
                                                                     Who should attend
                                                                     Administrators of fit-testing programs, safety and health pro-
Who should attend                                                    fessionals, safety coordinators responsible for establishing
Maintenance supervisors, design engineers, industrial hygien-        respirator programs and safety personnel involved in the se-
ists, safety management personnel, plant engineers, and oth-         lection of respirators to ensure proper fit
ers responsible for in-plant occupational safety and health and
production                                                           You will learn:
                                                                        o   Fit-testing requirements and procedures in OSHA
You will learn:                                                             regulations, National Institute for Occupational
     o   The scientific basis for ergonomic assessment                      Safety and Health references and American
         tools, and sources for those tools;                                National Standards Institute standards;
     o   The intended application for various ergonomic                 o   Analysis and interpretation of fit-testing results;
         assessment tools: types of tasks to analyze; parts             o   Quantitative and qualitative fit tests;
         of body; types of risk factors; and, outcomes and              o   Comprehensive review of protection factors and fit
         results.                                                           factors;
     o   How to apply the ergonomic assessment meth-                    o   Current fit-testing procedures, including test
         ods, through a review of their application to case                 media, instrumentation and equipment opera-
         study examples;                                                    tions, maintenance and troubleshooting;
     o   How to utilize various ergonomic assessment                    o   Cost of respirator programs, cost of fit testing and
         methods, through the use and evaluation of class                   Ohio resources that can provide fit testing.
         work station examples.
                                                                     After this course, you will be able to:
After this course, you will be able to:                                 o   Explain and interpret 29 CFR 1910.134 appendix A;
     o   Locate methods available to identify the different             o   Describe in detail various different fit test media
         types of risk factors associated with ergonomic                    and equipment;
         hazards;                                                       o   Select an appropriate fit testing procedure for a
     o   Identify the appropriate method for quantifying                    worksite.
         ergonomic risk factors, associated with the task;
     o   Utilize a variety of ergonomic risk factor assess-          How you will be assessed
         ment tools.                                                    o   Satisfactory participation during instructor-led and
                                                                            student-centered exercises
How you will be assessed                                                o   And/or an end of course test using provided
     o   Satisfactory participation during instructor-led and               materials
         student-centered exercises
     o   And/or an end of course test using provided                 Special requirements
         materials
                                                                     Prior to attending this course, BWC strongly recommends you
                                                                     take the Respiratory Protection course.
Special requirements
Attendees should have prior knowledge of ergonomic risk
                                                                     Note:This course ends at approximately 12:30 p.m. on the third
factors, or have attended “Understanding & Identifying Ergo-
                                                                     day.
nomic Risk Factors class. Also, please bring in photos or video
clips of a task from your company that you wish to assess for
                                                                     Instructors: SafeX
ergonomic risk factors. Ideally, the digital files should be load-
ed on a CD/DVD. Additionally, appropriate production infor-          March 5-7,    2013        Columbus
mation (i.e. weights/forces exerted, parts per hour, etc.) would
be beneficial.                                                       2.5 Days
                                                                     EPA           15
Instructors: BWC Staff                                               Sanitarian    15

June 6,         2013        Cincinnati           a. m.               BWC is authorized by IACET to offer
                                                                     1.5 CEUs for this program.
0.5 Day

BWC is authorized by IACET to offer
0.3 CEUs for this program.


66
Respirators: Do we need them?                                    Respiratory Protection
Who should attend                                                Who should attend
Individuals responsible for or assisting with the health and     This is a basic respiratory protection course designed for pro-
safety activities at their facilities                            gram administrators, supervisors, safety and health profes-
                                                                 sionals and employees using respirators
You will learn:
   o      An overview of the OSHA respirator standard;           You will learn:
   o      A basic overview of respiratory protection;               o   Criteria for establishing, maintaining and monitor-
   o      How to determine the need for respirators                     ing a respiratory protection program;
          through a hazard assessment;                              o   Terminology;
   o      The steps needed to develop a respirator program          o   Proper selection;
          if respirators are issued to employees.                   o   Inspection;
                                                                    o   Use;
After this course, you will be able to:                             o   Maintenance;
   o      Conduct a hazard assessment of your facility to           o   Recordkeeping.
          determine if respirators are needed;
   o      Properly select respirators based on their need;       After this course, you will be able to:
   o      Navigate the OSHA respirator standard to address          o   Explain and interpret 29 CFR 1910.134;
          specific respirator issues;                               o   List criteria for establishing a respiratory protec-
   o      Develop and manage a written respirator pro-                  tion program;
          gram, if needed.                                          o   Review workplace respiratory protection program
                                                                        procedures for compliance.
How you will be assessed
   o      Satisfactory participation during instructor-led and   How you will be assessed
          student-centered exercises                                o   Satisfactory participation during instructor-led and
   o      And/or an end of course test using provided                   student-centered exercises
          materials                                                 o   And/or an end of course test using provided
                                                                        materials
Instructors: BWC Staff
                                                                 Note: This course ends at approximately 12:30 p.m. on the
Feb. 7,          2013        Dayton            p.m.              third day.

0.5 Day                                                          Instructors: BWC Staff
EPA              3
Sanitarian       TBD                                             Oct. 2-4,      2012        Columbus
                                                                 April 2-4,     2013        Cleveland
BWC is authorized by IACET to offer
0.3 CEUs for this program.                                       2.5 Days
                                                                 EPA            15

                                                                 BWC is authorized by IACET to offer
                                                                 1.5 CEUs for this program.




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Courses
Restaurant and Food Service                                       Safety and Ergonomics for
Safety Workshop                                                   Extended-care Facilities
Who should attend                                                 Who should attend
Individuals responsible for developing or managing a safety       Those working in extended-care facilities, including adminis-
program in a restaurant or food service operation. This in-       trators, directors, department heads, safety committee mem-
cludes restaurant owners/operators, employees responsible         bers and consultants.
for front of the house and back of the house operations (chefs,
sous-chef, prep staff, servers), loss control professionals and   You will learn:
administrators responsible for reducing health code violations       o   The elements of an effective safety and health
dealing with physical facilities, OSHA compliance or workers’            process in extended-care facilities, focusing on
compensation.                                                            management support, employee involvement,
                                                                         communication and training;
                                                                     o   Strategies and tools for developing your orga-
You will learn:
                                                                         nization’s safety and ergonomics management
     o   The benefits of an effective safety and health
                                                                         systems and reducing workplace accidents;
         program in the hospitality and food service indus-
                                                                     o   OSHA compliance issues for extended-care facili-
         tries;
                                                                         ties and resources for ensuring effective imple-
     o   Ergonomic risk factors and control measures deal-
                                                                         mentation;
         ing with manual lifting, receiving and storage and
                                                                     o   Tools and techniques for implementing ergo-
         repetitive work;
                                                                         nomic control measures to reduce strain and
     o   Kitchen equipment safety, including knives, grills,
                                                                         sprain injuries;
         fryers, open-flame broilers, slicers, etc.;
                                                                     o   About resources for ongoing assistance and sup-
     o   Hazard evaluation and elimination for walking and
                                                                         port.
         working surfaces;
     o   Infection control;
     o   Chemical safety including storage, handling and          After this course, you will be able to:
         labeling.                                                   o   List elements of an effective safety and health
                                                                         process;
                                                                     o   Recognize risk factors related to
After this course, you will be able to:
                                                                         extended-care facilities;
     o   Recognize risk factors related to the hospitality
                                                                     o   Suggest control measures to mitigate risk factors.
         industry;
     o   Suggest control measures to mitigate risk factors;
     o   Explain basic safety requirements of a hospitality       How you will be assessed
         industry, which are enforced by OSHA;                       o   Satisfactory participation during instructor-led and
     o   Review workplace safety and health procedures/                  student-centered exercises
         program for compliance.                                     o   And/or an end of course test using provided
                                                                         materials
How you will be assessed
     o   Satisfactory participation during instructor-led and     Note:This course does not provide training in lifting residents.
         student-centered exercises
     o   And/or an end of course test using provided              Instructors: BWC Staff
         materials
                                                                  Sept. 6,       2012         Cleveland
Note: This course does not address food safety.                   Oct. 18,       2012         Columbus

                                                                  1.0 Day
Instructors: BWC Staff
                                                                  BENHA          6
Nov. 8,         2012        Youngstown        a.m.
March 28,       2013        Dayton            a.m.                BWC is authorized by IACET to offer
June 6,         2013        Toledo            a.m.                0.6 CEUs for this program.
June 13,        2013        Canton            a.m.

0.5 Day
Sanitarian      3

BWC is authorized by IACET to offer
0.3 CEUs for this program.


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New!                                                            Safety Fundamentals Examination
Safety for the Non-safety                                       (ASP) Review
Professional
                                                                Who should attend
                                                                Safety professionals who have been acknowledged by the
Who should attend
                                                                Board of Certified Safety Professionals (BCSP) as eligible to
Individuals whose job responsibilities require them to handle
                                                                take the ASP exam. Please contact the Board of Certified Safe-
safety, loss control, OSHA compliance or workers’ compensa-
                                                                ty Professionals for details at www.bcsp.org or 217-359-9263.
tion who are new to the safety field including: new business
owners, labor and/or management safety committee repre-
sentatives
                                                                You will learn:
                                                                   o   An overview of the safety fundamentals and
                                                                       comprehensive practice examinations, along with
You will learn:                                                        their respective examination blueprints;
   o   General OSHA and workers’ compensation                      o   Sample items typical of the respective examina-
       responsibilities and requirements;                              tions with solutions and explanations;
   o   The principles for developing and maintaining               o   An explanation of how to prepare for the BCSP
       an effective safety and health program in your                  examinations, including descriptions of computer-
       workplace, including leadership commitment,                     delivered examinations and the procedures used
       employee involvement and hazard recognition;                    at the testing centers.
   o   Compliance requirements for major program
       areas, with additional resources listed for each
                                                                After this course, you will be able to:
       area;
                                                                   o   Effectively prepare for the safety fundamentals
   o   Resources to further knowledge and navigate
                                                                       examination;
       safety and workers’ compensation questions and
                                                                   o   Solve sample test questions;
       concerns.
                                                                   o   Account for principles behind test questions.

After this course, you will be able to:
                                                                How you will be assessed
   o   Recognize the many hazards in the workplace;
                                                                   o   Satisfactory participation during instructor-led and
   o   Develop a workplace safety and health program.
                                                                       student-centered exercises
                                                                   o   And/or an end of course test using provided mate-
How you will be assessed                                               rials
   o   Satisfactory participation during instructor-led and
       student-centered exercises
                                                                Special requirements
   o   And/or an end of course test using provided
                                                                Working knowledge of a scientific calculator
       materials

Instructors: BWC Staff                                          Instructors: Langlois, Weigand & Associates Inc.

Feb 12,       2013        Canton                                Oct. 2-4,          2012       Columbus
May 9,        2013        Canton                                June 25-27,        2013       Cincinnati

1.0 Day                                                         3.0 Days
                                                                Sanitarian    18
BWC is authorized by IACET to offer
0.6 CEUs for this program.                                      BWC is authorized by IACET to offer
                                                                1.8 CEUs for this program.




                                                                         ohiobwc.com                   1-800-OHIOBWC
Courses
Scaffolding Safety                                                Temporary Traffic Management
Who should attend                                                 Who should attend
Individuals concerned with scaffolding safety                     Construction employers, municipalities, counties and public
                                                                  entities whose service workers need to block roads and con-
You will learn:                                                   trol traffic
     o   The how’s and why’s of safe scaffolding opera-
         tions;                                                   You will learn:
     o   About installation and usage of scaffolding;                o   Safety hazards in traffic work zones;
     o   About dismantling of various types of scaffolds;            o   Private vehicular traffic;
     o   Specific safety requirements for particular types           o   About job site mobile equipment;
         of scaffolds;                                               o   Standards and requirements for safe work zones.
     o   Applicable federal and local safety standards both
         current and proposed.                                    After this course, you will be able to:
                                                                     o   List safety hazards in a traffic work zone;
After this course, you will be able to:                              o   Suggest control measures to mitigate risk factors.
     o   Explain and interpret 29 CFR 1926 Subpart L;
     o   Install a scaffold;                                      How you will be assessed
     o   Dismantle a scaffold.                                       o   Satisfactory participation during instructor-led and
                                                                         student-centered exercises
How you will be assessed                                             o   And/or an end of course test using provided
     o   Satisfactory participation during instructor-led                materials
         and student-centered exercises
     o   And/or an end of course test using provided              Instructors: Shafer Safety Solutions
         materials
                                                                  Oct. 31,      2012        Columbus          p.m.
Special requirements                                              April 10,     2013        Portsmouth        a.m.
Portions of this course are held outside. Plan to wear clothing   May 9,        2013        Cleveland         a.m.
appropriate for the weather conditions.
                                                                  0.5 Day
Instructors: Construction Safety Management                       Sanitarian    3
& Training Institute
                                                                  BWC is authorized by IACET to offer
                                                                  0.3 CEUs for this program.
Aug. 22-23,       2012       Cleveland
March 5-6,        2013       Dayton

2.0 Days
Sanitarian      12

BWC is authorized by IACET to offer
1.2 CEUs for this program.




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Train the Trainer                                                    Train the Trainer
                                                                     One-day workshop
Who should attend
Individuals who are or will be involved in training employees
                                                                     Who should attend
on safety and health processes in their company
                                                                     Individuals who need an overview on training employees on
                                                                     safety and health processes in their company
You will learn:
   o   How to determine when training is needed;
                                                                     You will learn:
   o   Basic skills for planning, conducting and evaluat-
                                                                        o   How to determine when training is needed;
       ing effective safety and health training;
                                                                        o   Basic skills for planning, conducting and evaluat-
   o   Characteristics of adult learners;
                                                                            ing effective safety and health training;
   o   Teaching techniques that promote audience par-
                                                                        o   Characteristics of adult learners;
       ticipation;
                                                                        o   Teaching techniques that promote audience par-
   o   How to create interesting and educational audio-
                                                                            ticipation;
       visual materials;
                                                                        o   How to create interesting and educational audio-
   o   Tips on improving your presentation skills.
                                                                            visual materials;
                                                                        o   Tips on improving your presentation skills.
After this course, you will be able to:
   o   Conduct a basic needs assessment;
                                                                     After this course, you will be able to:
   o   Write an instructional statement and desired
                                                                        o   Conduct a basic needs assessment;
       learning outcomes;
                                                                        o   Describe characteristics of different learning
   o   Plan training based on desired outcomes and
                                                                            types;
       expected student achievement;
                                                                        o   Select appropriate teaching techniques;
   o   Describe characteristics of different learning
                                                                        o   Differentiate clear, concise and meaningful audio-
       types;
                                                                            visual aids from those that are not.
   o   Create clear, concise and meaningful audio-visual
       aids for a training event;
   o   Conduct a short training session.                             How you will be assessed
                                                                        o   Satisfactory participation during instructor-led
                                                                            and student-centered exercises
How you will be assessed
                                                                        o   And/or an end of course test using provided
   o   Satisfactory participation during instructor-led and
                                                                            materials
       student-centered exercises
   o   And/or an end of course test using provided
       materials                                                     Instructors: BWC Staff

                                                                     April 2,      2013        Dayton
Special requirements
Working within a group, students will be required to present a       1.0 Day
10-15 minute (safety) training event on the topic of their choice.
                                                                     BWC is authorized by IACET to offer
Note: This course dismisses at approximately 12:30 p.m. on           0.6 CEUs for this program.
the second day.

Instructors: BWC Staff

Sept. 25-26,        2012        Columbus
Oct. 3-4,           2012        Canton
Feb. 12-13,         2013        Toledo
Feb. 27-28,         2013        Columbus
April 23-24,        2013        Cincinnati
May 15-16,          2013        Columbus

1.5 Days

BWC is authorized by IACET to offer
0.9 CEUs for this program.




                                                                                ohiobwc.com               1-800-OHIOBWC
Courses
Transitional Return to Work                                       Trenching and Excavation
Who should attend                                                 Who should attend
This class is for individuals who are interested in controlling   Individual workers concerned with hazards involving trenches
workers’ compensation costs through better return to work         and excavations, competent persons and safety officers
practices.This may include, but is not limited to any employee
who is responsible for the management of workers’ compen-         You will learn:
sation for their company. Some examples may be employees             o   Safety techniques and methods for trenching and
from human resources, payroll and benefits, workers’ com-                excavation;
pensation administration, loss control, safety and OSHA com-         o   Proper trenching and excavation design;
pliance.                                                             o   About selection of protective systems for the
                                                                         worker;
                                                                     o   The decision-making process;
You will learn:                                                      o   Field application related to the OSHA regulation
     o   The financial and other benefits of a transitional
                                                                         on trenching and excavation safety.
         return to work (TRTW) program;
     o   How to build relationships with the medical com-
         munity;                                                  After this course, you will be able to:
     o   Basics of accident investigation;                           o   Explain and interpret 29 CFR 1926 Subpart P;
     o   Recognize the elements of case management;                  o   Describe a competent person;
     o   Strategy for dealing with restrictions and modified         o   Indentify risk factors related to trenching and
         duty assignments.                                               excavation sites;
                                                                     o   Suggest control measures to mitigate risk factors.
After this course, you will be able to:
     o   Identify what program components your company            How you will be assessed
         needs for a successful TRTW program;                        o   Satisfactory participation during instructor-led
     o   List what forms are appropriate to use and why;                 and student-centered exercises
     o   Develop a Modified Duties List;                             o   And/or an end of course test using provided
     o   Discuss why an accident analysis program is nec-                materials
         essary and how to implement it;
     o   Explain what case management strategies would            Special requirements
         allow you to better manage BWC claims.                   Portions of this course are held outside. Plan to wear clothing
                                                                  appropriate for the weather conditions.
How you will be assessed
     o   Satisfactory participation during instructor-led and     Instructors: National Excavation
         student-centered exercises                               & Safety Training Institute
     o   And/or an end of course test using provided
         materials                                                Oct. 23-25,         2012      Cincinnati
                                                                  Dec. 4-6,           2012      Columbus
Instructors: BWC Staff                                            April 16-18,        2013      Lima
                                                                  May 14-16,          2013      Youngstown
Aug. 16,        2012        Portsmouth
                                                                  3.0 Days
1.0 Day                                                           EPA            18

BWC is authorized by IACET to offer                               BWC is authorized by IACET to offer
0.6 CEUs for this program.                                        1.8 CEUs for this program.




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New!                                                              Violence in the Workplace
Understanding and Identifying
                                                                  Who should attend
Ergonomic Risk Factors                                            Employers and employees interested in identifying
                                                                  the potential for and prevention of workplace violence
Who should attend
Maintenance supervisors, design engineers, industrial hy-         You will learn:
gienists, safety management personnel, plant engineers and           o   Statistics to support the fact that violence is the
others responsible for in-plant occupational safety and health           leading cause of fatal injuries in the workplace;
and production                                                       o   Types of workplace violence, including assaults,
                                                                         robberies, harassment, intimidation, threats of
You will learn:                                                          harm, sabotage and spillover from domestic vio-
   o   The seven major groups of ergonomic risk fac-                     lence;
       tors, and how to identify and assess them;                    o   Causes of workplace violence and early warning
   o   Overview of the anatomical and physiological                      signs;
       principles associated with WMSDs (work-related                o   Prevention strategies;
       musculoskeletal disorders);                                   o   Elements of a violence in the workplace plan.
   o   How to analyze work tasks for ergonomic risk
       factors, and practice identifying ergonomic risk           After this course, you will be able to:
       factors;                                                      o   List and give examples of the different types of
   o   How to locate and choose appropriate ergonomic                    workplace violence;
       assessment tools for analyzing work task.                     o   Indentify risk factors related to violence in the
                                                                         workplace;
After this course, you will be able to:                              o   Suggest control measures to mitigate risk factors.
   o   Recognize and identify the various types of risk
       factors associated with ergonomic hazards;                 How you will be assessed
   o   Recognize the anatomical and physiological basis              o   Satisfactory participation during instructor-led
       for the ergonomic risk factors;                                   and student-centered exercises
   o   Identify ergonomic risk factors in work situations;           o   And/or an end of course test using provided mate-
   o   Access resources for ergonomic risk factor evalu-                 rials
       ation;
   o   Choose appropriate tools/methods for ergonomic             Instructors: BWC Staff
       assessments.
                                                                  Aug. 29,      2012         Dayton             a.m.
How you will be assessed                                          Oct. 31,      2012         Columbus           a.m.
   o   Satisfactory participation during instructor-led and       March 12,     2013         Toledo             p.m.
       student-centered exercises                                 April 3,      2013         Columbus           p.m.
   o   And/or an end of course test using provided                May 2,        2013         Cleveland          a.m.
       materials                                                  May 16,       2013         Lima               a.m.

Special requirements                                              0.5 Day
                                                                  Sanitarian    3
Please bring in photos or video clips of a task from your com-
pany that you wish to assess for ergonomic risk factors. Ide-     BWC is authorized by IACET to offer
ally, the digital files should be loaded on a CD/DVD. Addition-   0.3 CEUs for this program.
ally, appropriate production information (i.e. weights/forces
exerted, parts per hour, etc.) would be beneficial.

Instructors: BWC Staff

May 9,         2013        Cincinnati          a.m.

0.5 Day

BWC is authorized by IACET to offer
0.3 CEUs for this program.




                                                                           ohiobwc.com                   1-800-OHIOBWC
Courses
Wellness in the Workplace                                      New!
Workshop                                                       What you should know about
                                                               Combustible Dust
Who should attend
Individuals concerned with developing and implementing
                                                               Who should attend
wellness in the workplace
                                                               Maintenance supervisors, design engineers, industrial hy-
                                                               gienists, safety management personnel, plant engineers, and
You will learn:                                                others responsible for in-plant occupational safety and health
     o   Basic tools and strategies for creating or improv-
         ing wellness in the workplace;
     o   Benefits for employees and employers;                 You will learn:
     o   Return-on-investment information for getting top         o   Worksite practices, activities and working con-
         management support;                                          ditions known to contribute to industrial dust
     o   Possible elements of a wellness program;                     explosions in the workplace;
     o   Resources for promoting wellness.                        o   Overview of the safety practices, standards and
                                                                      guidelines used to reduce the potential for a com-
                                                                      bustible dust explosion;
After this course, you will be able to:
                                                                  o   Strategies to reduce the severity of a combustible
     o   Discuss the extent of the national health and well-
                                                                      dust explosion if one does occur;
         ness problem and how this effects the operating
                                                                  o   Strategies on how to implement combustible dust
         costs of a company;
                                                                      safety into an integrated safety plan;
     o   List and describe different programs (incentives)
                                                                  o   How to conduct a facility assessment.
         that can promote wellness;
     o   Name public organizations and other resources
         that can help a company get started initiating a      After this course, you will be able to:
         wellness program.                                        o   Explain OSHA’s National Emphasis program on
                                                                      combustible dust and the consensus standards
How you will be assessed                                              for targeted industries;
     o   Satisfactory participation during instructor-led         o   Recognize hazards associated with combustible
         and student-centered exercises                               dust;
     o   And/or an end of course test using provided              o   Describe control and mitigation methods of
         materials                                                    potential combustible dust work areas;
                                                                  o    Plan worksite dust control and implement
                                                                      housekeeping measures into a functional safety
Instructors: BWC Staff                                                program.

Sept. 19,       2012        Toledo            a.m.
Oct. 30,        2012        Cincinnati        a.m.
                                                               How you will be assessed
                                                                  o   Satisfactory participation of during instructor-led
March 7,        2013        Toledo            a.m.
March 14,       2013        Dayton            a.m.                    and student-centered exercises
March 26,       2013        Columbus          p.m.                o   And/or an end of course test using provided
April 4,        2013        Cincinnati        a.m.                    materials
May 16,         2013        Lima              p.m.
June 6,         2013        Cleveland         a.m.             Special requirements
                                                               Please bring in your company’s dust and collection design
0.5 Day                                                        system information.

BWC is authorized by IACET to offer                            Instructors: BWC Staff
0.3 CEUs for this program.
                                                               Jan. 30,      2013         Youngstown
                                                               Feb 28,       2013         Cincinnati
                                                               April 25,     2013         Canton
                                                               May 22,       2013         Mansfield

                                                               1.0 Day

                                                               BWC is authorized by IACET to offer
                                                               0.6 CEUs for this program.




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Library services
All you have to do is ask


Get answers quickly to your workplace safety and health questions at the BWC libraries. Our library services are available to
all Ohio employers and employees at no additional cost.You can borrow videos for employee training or receive the latest
information related to safety and health, workers’ compensation and rehabilitation. Save time and money.

BWC is your partner in workplace safety and health
With two central Ohio locations, our libraries offer you access to information, training materials and experienced staff
members who will help you with your workplace safety and health activities.You can phone, fax or email your requests for
a quick response.

Information that counts
BWC’s libraries offer free information services on workplace safety and health, workers’ compensation and rehabilitation.
Our experienced and knowledgeable librarians provide personalized, objective research services and in-depth answers. We
can find the most current regulations, standards and codes that apply to your workplace. We can also point you to valuable
sources of information on the Web. Our collection of books, magazines and newsletters range from peer-reviewed scholarly
research to practical tips on OSHA compliance.The BWC book collection is also available to you to borrow.

How to reach BWC’s Division of Safety & Hygiene (DSH) libraries

Note: Please see our new fax numbers below.

Central library
30 W. Spring St., third floor
Columbus OH, 43215
1-800-OHIOBWC
614-466-7388
Fax: 614-365-4980 (new)
Email: library@bwc.state.oh.us

OCOSH resource center and video library
13430Yarmouth Drive
Pickerington OH, 43147
1-800-OHIOBWC
614-728-6464 (reference desk)
614-644-0018 (video library)
Fax: 614-365-4989 (new)
Email: library@bwc.state.oh.us




                                                                              ohiobwc.com                   1-800-OHIOBWC
     Videos                                                       The library will not honor new requests or send scheduled re-
                                                                  quests if your organization has:
                                                                    o Material overdue;
     How to use the video library                                   o Unpaid charges for lost or damaged material;
                                                                    o Four videos checked out.
     Video library catalog                     Page
     Request form                                77               It will not ship to:
     Video descriptions                                                     .O.
                                                                      o P boxes;
      Construction                               78                   o Out-of-state addresses;
      Driving                                    84
                                                                      o Home addresses.
      Electricity and lockout/tagout             89
      Ergonomics and office safety               93
      Fire safety and emergency preparedness     97               Many of the videos have accompanying guides, quizzes
      First aid and health care                 100               or CD-ROMs that can enhance your training. The video
      Industrial hygiene                        107               producers provide these materials, which vary in length
      Industrial safety                         116               and format. You must return these copyrighted materials
      Social and behavioral workplace issues    130               with the videos. Please tell the library when you order
      Supervisors                               134
                                                                  whether you want the accompanying guide.
      Miscellaneous                             141
     Index of titles by subject                 146
                                                                  Borrower’s responsibilities
                                                                  BWC loans videotapes, DVDs and related materials to
     Video library services                                       Ohio employers who have a workers’ compensation ac-
     The Division of Safety & Hygiene maintains an extensive      count. There is no direct charge for borrowing materials.
     collection of audiovisual materials (videotapes, DVDs,
     CD-ROMs) to supplement your organization’s safety and        However, employers are responsible for:
     health training program. All materials are copyrighted.        o Cost of return postage by insured, traceable
                                                                       means;
     Video loan request form                                        o Replacement cost of videotapes, DVDs, and
     The video library requires a signed borrower’s agree-             related material lost or damaged while on loan.
     ment to be on file for each video library borrower. If you
     are a first-time borrower, please take a moment to read,     For your protection, DSH asks you return material to the
     sign and fax the borrower’s agreement on the video loan      library by insured, traceable means. The extra effort may
     request form on the opposite page. Please include your       cost a few dollars, but may save you hundreds of dollars
     Ohio workers’ compensation policy number. You need to        in the event the material is lost or misplaced during de-
     submit the signed borrower’s agreement only once. You        livery. DSH selected each videotape or DVD in its library
     can submit all subsequent orders online, by fax, mail or     for the quality of its content. Due to the highly technical
     phone.                                                       content and limited production runs, DSH recommends
                                                                  you insure each video for a minimum of $500.
     Index
     If you are searching for videos on a specific topic, you     Borrowers must return the videotape(s), DVD(s), or re-
     may find it helpful to use the index on page 146. You can    lated material to DSH in a box or envelope. Do not attach
     also use the index to find Spanish-language videotapes       labels or tape to the video cases. If you have more than
     and DVDs.                                                    one piece of material, you can ship them together in one
                                                                  box or envelope.
     Online catalog
     Once you have faxed your signed borrower’s agree-            DSH provides service to several thousand Ohio employ-
     ment, you may order videos through BWC’s website at          ers each year. To meet the needs of as many borrowers
     ohiobwc.com. We update the online catalog frequently         as possible, it is critical that you return materials to the
     throughout the year with new titles.                         library no later than the due date. You will find the due
                                                                  date noted in your confirmation (email or letter) and on
     Ordering videos                                              the outside of the video case.
     The loan period for videos is 12 days. This includes ship-
     ment to and from. The library ships approximately five       The library will suspend borrowing privileges for a mini-
     days prior to your requested show date. If you need a        mum of one month for customers who return materials
     longer loan period, please call the library before the due   past their due date. Failure to return materials by their
     date. We will do our best to accommodate, but previ-         due date denies other customers use of their expected
     ously scheduled requests for the same title may limit the    order.
     library in meeting your request.
                                                                  New service - online streaming video
     For greatest success, the library suggests you place your    To offer access to online streaming videos covering a
     order at least 30 days in advance of the date you would      range of popular safety topics, BWC partnered with a vid-
     like to show the material.                                   eo vendor. Ohio employers have 24 hours/seven days a
                                                                  week access. This gives you the freedom and flexibility to
     You may place orders up to six months in advance and         view the videos at your convenience. Please contact the
     you may borrow no more than four videos at any time.         library to learn more about this new service.
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                                                                                                                        Video Loan Request


Division of Safety & hygiene Video Library
13430 Yarmouth Drive
Pickerington, Oh 43147-8310
                              Fax: 614-365-4989
                              Call:   1-800-OhIOBWC or 614-644-0018

                                                                                                             Date of order
  In consideration for BWC’s lending the videotape(s), DVDs and related material
  below without charge, the employer will pay to BWC the full replacement costs of
  the loaned items, plus any and all expenses of collection should he/she not return
                                                                                                    Visit us on the Internet at
  them to BWC within 12 days or return them in a damaged condition. BWC will turn
  over to the Office of the Attorney General of Ohio any replacement cost billings                     ohiobwc.com
  not paid within 45 days for collection of replacement costs along with all fees and              Required
  expenses of collection.                                                                           Ohio workers’ compensation policy number
                                                                                                    (see your Certificate of Premium Payment)
  By submitting this order form, you agree to comply with the policies and procedures
  of BWC’s OCOSH Video Library as detailed in the “How to Use the Video Library”
  page found in BWC’s Safety Services Catalog and BWC’s Web site, ohiobwc.com.

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     Video descriptions
     Construction                                                  Backhoe Safety: Inspection and Walk Around
                                                                   Provides a detailed lesson on how to perform a pre-oper-
     ABC’s of Your Personal Fall Arrest System                     ational inspection of a backhoe. 2006, 12 minutes.
     Shows how to properly select and use personal fall ar-        VHS No. 600089
                                                                   DVD No. 400089
     rest systems. Covers both construction and industrial set-
     tings. Accompanying guide available. 2002, 15 minutes.
                                                                   Brian’s Story: You Can Make a Difference
     VHS No. 600075
                                                                   Features Jeff Bell, the father of a young man killed while
     Abrasive Blasting Safety                                      working on a construction site, speaking about every-
     Discusses safety practices related to abrasive blasting,      one’s role in creating a safety culture that prevents such
     including personal protective equipment, equipment in-        tragedies. Accompanying guide available. 2008, 20 min-
     spection and potential hazards. 2003, 12 minutes.             utes.
     VHS No. 600078                                                VHS No. 600108: Closed captioned.
                                                                   DVD No. 400108: Includes 10-minute short version.
                                                                   Includes both versions in Spanish. Includes two
     Advanced Tips: Rigging & Lifting
                                                                   bonus interviews. Closed captioned in English and
     Offers detailed guidance on proper rigging and lifting.
                                                                   Spanish.
     Part 1 covers preparation, analyzing the load and choos-
     ing a sling. Part 2 covers rigging strategy and making the    Buried Truth: Uncovered with Eric Giguere
     lift. 2002, 26 minutes.                                       Features Eric Giguere recounting the highly personal
     VHS No. 600096
                                                                   story of his survival after a trench collapse and the life-
                                                                   changing consequences of taking shortcuts and not fol-
     Aerial Work Platform Safety Training
                                                                   lowing safety procedures. Contains strong language.
     Presents safe operating procedures of aerial work plat-
                                                                   2009, 45 minutes.
     forms, such as scissors lifts and boom lifts, used in main-
                                                                   DVD No. 400062
     tenance and construction projects. Accompanying guide
     available. 1999, 15 minutes.                                  Call Before You Dig Anything
     VHS No. 600059
                                                                   Emphasizes the importance of contacting necessary
                                                                   authorities before excavating or digging. Reviews elec-
     New!                                                          trocution hazard from buried utility lines and preventive
     Air Winch                                                     measures. 1993, 7 minutes.
     Serves as an introduction to the selection, preparation       VHS No. 600063
     and safe operation of air winches. Covers the characteris-
     tics and selection process of wire rope, job safety analy-    Cave-in Response
     sis, inspections and maintenance. Accompanying guide          Reviews how to respond safely when someone is buried
     available. 2010, 24 minutes.                                  by trench cave-in. Covers the basics of reporting an acci-
     DVD No. 400133                                                dent, approaching site, and safely reaching and removing
                                                                   victim. Accompanying guide available. 1991, 23 minutes.
     Avoiding Runovers and Backovers                               VHS No. 600060
     Helps those who work in roadway construction prevent
     struck-by collisions and provides safe work procedures
                                                                   New!
     to reduce and eliminate hazards for workers on foot.          Competent Person: Trenching and Shoring
     Contains three separate segments aimed at supervisors,        Provides an introduction to the role and duties of the
     workers and equipment operators. Includes Spanish ver-        competent person in trenching and shoring. Includes the
     sion. 2009, 19 minutes.                                       responsibility for inspections, soil classification, trench
     DVD No. 400125
                                                                   protection and following OSHA’s requirements. 2011, 29
                                                                   minutes.
     Backhoe Safety
                                                                   VHS No. 600129
     Illustrates how to operate a tractor-loader backhoe safely,   DVD No. 400129
     including pre-start checks and start-up, loading, trans-
     porting, working safely on-site, lifting and shutdown pro-
     cedures. 1992, 18 minutes.
     VHS No. 600048


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New!                                                            Construction Stairways and Ladders
Competent Person and Soil Classification                        Illustrates the safe use of stairways and ladders in con-
Describes the requirements for analyzing and classifying        struction work. From the Hard Hat Safety Series. 1992, 10
soil from trenches and excavations. Demonstrates both           minutes.
visual examination and manual testing. 2011, 20 minutes.        VHS No. 600019
VHS No. 600132
DVD No. 400132                                                  Contractor Safety: It’s Everybody’s Business
                                                                Provides contract workers with an orientation to working
Construction B-A-C-K Safety                                     on multi-employer work sites. Focuses on common safety
Shows how to prevent back pain in construction workers          hazards and emphasizes that everyone is responsible for
through good posture and body mechanics, and recom-             safety. Accompanying guide available. Closed captioned.
mended lifting techniques. From the Hard Hat Safety Se-         17 minutes.
ries. 1991, 10 minutes.                                         VHS No. 600099: 2004
VHS No. 600018                                                  DVD No. 400099: 2005. Includes Spanish and Portu-
                                                                guese versions. Includes resource material.
Construction Fall Protection: Get Arrested!
Describes types of fall protection (guardrails, hole covers,    Core Drilling
positioning devices, fall-arrest systems and safety nets).      Offers an in-depth look at all aspects of diamond-bit core
Encourages viewers to set up fall-protection systems cor-       drilling, including pre-operation activities; anchoring,
rectly and keep them in good condition. From the Hard           mounting, operating and maintaining the concrete cutting
Hat Safety series. 1998, 11 minutes.                            equipment; and common problems. 2009, 20 minutes.
VHS No. 600069: Accompanying guide available.                   DVD No. 400116
Closed captioned.
VHS No. 600070: In Spanish.                                     New!
                                                                Crane Operations: Hand Signals
Construction Forklifts: Extending Your Reach                    Explains the role of the crane signal person on the con-
Discusses the safe operation of construction forklifts, in-     struction site and describes best work practices. Demon-
cluding types used, lifting principles, inspection, training,   strates the standardized hand signals used with several
overhead electrical hazards and moving a load. From the         types of cranes. Accompanying guide available. 2011, 13
Hard Hat Safety Series. Accompanying guide available.           minutes.
Closed captioned. 1999, 14 minutes.                             VHS No. 600149
VHS No. 600077                                                  DVD No. 400149: Includes Spanish version. Closed
                                                                captioned in English and Spanish.
Construction Lockout/Tagout: Six Steps to Safety
Defines lockout/tagout, and reviews six steps to ensure
secure lockout/tagout. From the Hard Hat Safety Series.
                                                                New!
                                                                Crane Signal Person Basic Training
1991, 10 minutes.
                                                                Presents an overview of crane signal person roles, respon-
VHS No. 600016
                                                                sibilities, signals and safety considerations. Demonstrates
Construction Safety Orientation                                 hand signals for various kinds of cranes used in construc-
Gives an introduction to construction safety, covering          tion and voice signals using portable radios. Accompany-
the importance of safety, the recognition of common             ing guide available. 2011, 17 minutes.
                                                                VHS No. 600148
hazards, and safe work practices and procedures. Ac-
                                                                DVD No. 400148
companying guide available. Closed captioned. 2001, 19
minutes.
                                                                Cranes: Mobile Crane Safe Operations
VHS No. 600074
                                                                Describes safe operating practices for mobile cranes, in-
                                                                cluding pre-operational set-up and inspection, planning a
Construction Safety Orientation for Employees
                                                                lift, and load chart interpretation. Accompanying CD-ROM
Provides an overview of the many safety topics employ-
                                                                and guide available. 2009, 15 minutes.
ees should know as they begin working on construction
                                                                VHS No. 600032
sites. Accompanying guide available. Closed captioned.
                                                                DVD No. 400032: Includes Spanish version. Closed
2002, 23 minutes.                                               captioned in both English and Spanish.
VHS No. 600103
DVD No. 400103: Includes resource material.

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     Video descriptions
     Crawler Excavator: Safe Operating Techniques                    Fall Protection for Construction
     Demonstrates safe operating techniques for crawler ex-          Covers the OSHA requirements for fall protection in con-
     cavators in a variety of construction environments. 1993,       struction and describes a variety of systems and proce-
     23 minutes.                                                     dures intended to protect workers from falls. Includes
     VHS No. 600088                                                  a section for the steel erection industry. Accompanying
                                                                     guide available. Closed captioned. 2002, 20 minutes.
     Electrical Safety for the Construction Worker                   VHS No. 600111
     Warns construction workers about electrical hazards they        DVD No. 400111
     may encounter on job sites. Covers high-voltage power
     lines and electrical substations, electrical panels and cir-    Fall Protection for Ironworkers: Safety in the Sky
     cuits, temporary wiring, cords, power tools and portable        Presents the basics of ironworker fall protection safety
     generators. 2010, 19 minutes.                                   based on OSHA’s rule on steel erection. Closed cap-
     VHS No. 600033                                                  tioned. 2001, 18 minutes.
     DVD No. 400033                                                  VHS No. 600071

     Excavation and Trenching                                        Fall Protection Video
     Presents detailed information on excavation and trench-         Demonstrates best practices for fall prevention in resi-
     ing safety for workers in two formats: all video, or six        dential construction, with specific attention to ladders, fall
     individual units that combine video and text review. Ac-        protection systems, and framing and roofing operations.
     companying guide available. 2006, 38 minutes.                                                   ,
                                                                     Includes Spanish version. 2007 30 minutes.
     DVD No. 400140                                                  DVD No. 400112

     Excavation, Trenches and Shoring                                Flagger Safety
     Stresses the importance of planning excavations, recog-         Introduces safety issues facing traffic control flaggers.
     nizing potential hazard of cave-in or contact with utilities,   Covers clothing, signs, position and the importance of
     using protective systems such as sloping, shoring or            the job. 2004, 13 minutes.
     shielding, and working safely in and around trenches. Ac-       VHS No. 600101
     companying guide available. 1996, 15 minutes.                   DVD No. 400101
     VHS No. 600066
                                                                     Flat Sawing & Blade Safety
     Eye Protection                                                  Provides a detailed introduction to safe and effective con-
     Emphasizes the importance of eye safety in the construc-        crete flat sawing. Covers components of flat saws, safety
     tion industry. Covers a selection of appropriate eye pro-       precautions, blade selection and mounting, operation,
     tection, including eye protection for welding, and what to      daily care and maintenance. 2009, 23 minutes.
     do for eye injuries. 1992, 10 minutes.                          DVD No. 400124
     VHS No. 600067
     VHS No. 600068: In Spanish.                                     Forklift Workshop for Construction, Disc One
                                                                     Teaches the safe operation of rough terrain forklifts on
     Fall Protection: The Basics                                     construction job sites. Covers the combined center of
     Demonstrates passive and active fall protection, and the        gravity, the stability triangle, reading load charts, inspec-
     physics of falls. 1995, 10 minutes.                             tions, picking up and delivering loads, refueling and park-
     VHS No. 600054                                                  ing. Includes resource material. Accompanying guide
                                                                     and CD-ROM available. Closed captioned. 2010, 33 min-
     Fall Protection: The Right Connection                           utes.
     Describes types of fall protection, the components of a         DVD No. 400127
     personal fall arrest system, how to use and care for the
     equipment, and rescue from height. For construction and         Forklift Workshop for Construction, Disc Two
     industry. Accompanying guide available. Closed cap-             Contains supplementary training segments on the safe
                 ,
     tioned. 2007 19 minutes.                                        operation of rough terrain forklifts: Changing an LPG Cyl-
     VHS No. 600102                                                  inder, What’s Wrong with this Picture, Frequently Asked
     DVD No. 400102: Includes Spanish and Portuguese                 Questions, Quiz. 2010, 34 minutes.
     versions. Includes resource material.                           DVD No. 400128



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Getting the Job Done Safely:                                   Housekeeping on the Jobsite: A Plan for Success
Worker Safety Orientation                                      Emphasizes the importance of developing a housekeep-
Presents overview of nine construction safety topics, in-      ing plan that includes people, equipment, materials and
cluding housekeeping, personal protective equipment,           environment (PEME) to create a safe and productive con-
vehicle safety and excavations. 1998, 12 minutes.              struction job site. 2010, 19 minutes.
VHS No. 600017                                                 VHS No. 600121
VHS No. 600025: In Spanish.                                    DVD No. 400121

Hand and Power Tool Safety                                     Importance of Personal Protective Equipment
Describes the hazards of working with various types of         Provides an overview of the proper use of personal pro-
hand and power tools and ways to use them properly             tective equipment used in construction. Accompanying
and safely. Covers the following types of power tools:         guide available. Closed captioned. 2002, 7 minutes.
electrical, pneumatic, liquid fuel, powder-actuated, hy-       VHS No. 600087
draulic and battery-operated. 2010, 19 minutes.
VHS No. 600131                                                 In the Trenches: Excavation Safety for Workers
DVD No. 400131                                                 Uses real job-site conditions to illustrate how to work
                                                               safely in and around excavations and trenches. 1996, 14
Hand Sawing                                                    minutes.
Promotes the safe operation of hand-held diamond-              VHS No. 600098
blade power saws. Covers the various types of concrete
saws available. Demonstrates the gyro effect. 2009, 22         Jobsite Lifting with Mobile Construction Equip-
minutes.                                                       ment: Proper Load Rigging Techniques
DVD No. 400115                                                 Provides detailed information on proper rigging and
                                                               handling techniques when excavation and earthmoving
Handling Structural Steel                                                                                      ,
                                                               equipment are used to sling and move loads. 1997 29
Demonstrates how to safely handle and rig structural steel.    minutes.
Includes correct techniques for unloading, sorting and mak-    VHS No. 600092
ing the lift. Shows how to rig specific loads. 1999, 28 min-   VHS No. 600093: In Spanish.
utes.
VHS No. 600090                                                 Ladder Safety
VHS No. 600091: In Spanish.                                    Demonstrates the safe use of ladders, including steplad-
                                                               ders and extension ladders. Also shows safe use of roll-
Health Hazards for Highway Construction                        ing scaffolds. 1994, 13 minutes.
Raises awareness about the primary health hazards in           VHS No. 600058
highway construction, including the effects of chronic ex-
posure and control measures to prevent overexposure.           Ladders and Scaffolds: It’s Up to You
Covers silica, lead, asphalt fumes, heat and noise. 1999,      Shows safe work practices and maintenance procedures
16 minutes.                                                    for portable, job-made and fixed ladders, and stationary
VHS No. 600113                                                 upright, mobile/rolling and suspended scaffolds. Accom-
DVD No. 400113                                                 panying guide available. 1993, 22 minutes.
                                                               VHS No. 600041
Heat Stress in Construction Environments
Tells construction workers how to prevent heat-related         Motor Grader Series: New Construction
illnesses by replenishing fluids and electrolytes, acclima-    Gives operating tips and techniques for road building
tizing, dressing appropriately and paying attention to the     with a motor grader. Includes an overview of machine
body’s signals. Accompanying guide available. 2009, 12         functions and road design and specific guidelines for
minutes.                                                       creating properly graded roads, slopes, parking lots and
VHS No. 600120                                                 cul-de-sacs. 2009, 37 minutes.
DVD No. 400120: Closed captioned.                              DVD No. 400001




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     Video descriptions
     Motor Grader Series: Operating Tips                               Playing It Safe with PPE
     Aims to make motor grader operators safer and more                Contains two segments geared for those who work in
     efficient. Includes safety concerns, blade position, articu-      roadway construction. The manager’s segment covers
     lation, controlling speed, fine grading, etc. 2009, 16 min-       the responsibilities to select, provide and require the use
     utes.                                                             of personal protective equipment. The worker’s segment
     DVD No. 400004                                                    emphasizes the importance of wearing the various types
                                                                       of PPE that are provided. Includes Spanish versions.
     Motor Grader Series: Road Maintenance                             2009, 19 minutes.
     Demonstrates techniques for using a motor grader to               DVD No. 400008
     perform maintenance on gravel roads. Covers safety is-
     sues, blading, ditch cleaning, clearing culverts, etc. 2009,      Pre-Operational Inspection for Hydraulic Cranes
     33 minutes.                                                       Provides step-by-step methods for performing pre-op-
     DVD No. 400013                                                    erational inspection of hydraulic cranes. Accompanying
                                                                       guide available. 1993, 18 minutes.
     Motor Grader Series: Snow Plowing                                 VHS No. 600044
     Begins by covering general issues related to safety and
     operation of motor graders; then describes techniques             Residential Construction: Roofing
     for using motor graders to plow roads covered with                Safety, Siding Safety, Framing Safety
     heavy snow. 2009, 17 minutes.                                     Promotes safe practices in residential construction.Three
     DVD No. 400020                                                    separate 12-minute segments cover roofing, siding and
                                                                       framing safety. Produced for use in Washington but ap-
     OSHA: An Introduction for Construction                            plies to Ohio. 1999, 40 minutes.
     Presents an overview of the Occupational Safety and               VHS No. 600072
     Health Administration, addressing its purpose, stan-
     dards, general duty clause, inspections and citations,            Rigging Equipment Basics
     multi-employer work sites, etc. Accompanying guide                Explains how to choose the right materials, connections
     available. Closed captioned. 2004, 19 minutes.                    and methods for a safe lift. Covers rigging basics, slings
     VHS No. 600082                                                    and hitches, the rigging process and attachments. Ac-
     DVD No. 400082: Includes Spanish version.                         companying guide available. Closed captioned. 2004, 20
     Includes resource material.                                       minutes.
                                                                       VHS No. 600081
                                                                       DVD No. 400081: Includes Spanish version.
     New!                                                              Includes resource material.
     Operating a Telehandler Safely
     Introduces viewers to the safe operation of these rough-
                                                                       Rigging Operations
     terrain powered industrial trucks. Addresses inspection,
                                                                       Presents safety information needed to plan and execute a
     terrain, lifting and transporting loads, the stability triangle
                                                                       lift. Includes the rigging plan, load characteristics, equip-
     and other safety issues. 2011, 16 minutes.
                                                                       ment requirements, environmental factors, inspection and
     VHS No. 600094
     DVD No. 400094                                                    lift safety. Accompanying guide available. Closed captioned.
                                                                       2004, 25 minutes.
                                                                       VHS No. 600080
     New!                                                              DVD No. 400080: Includes Spanish version.
     Operating a(n) Aerial Boom Supported                              Includes resource material.
     Platform Safely
     Promotes basic safe operating procedures for boom-sup-            Roadway Worker Safety: In the Zone
     ported aerial work platforms used in maintenance and              Describes the hazards and risks to workers who build
     construction. Includes inspection, controls, traveling on         and maintain roads. Addresses common construction
     rough terrain and moving the platform. 2011, 14 minutes.          hazards as well as those specific to roadway work zones.
     VHS No. 600034                                                    Accompanying guide available. Closed captioned. 2008,
     DVD No. 400034                                                    24 minutes.
                                                                       VHS No. 600109
     Personal Protective Equipment                                     DVD No. 400109: Includes Spanish version. Includes
     Describes the various kinds of personal protective equip-         resource material.
     ment available to the construction worker, including eye
     and face, hearing, head, respiratory, hand, foot, fall and
     high visibility. 2010, 23 minutes.
     VHS No. 600130
82   DVD No. 400130
Safety Bob’s Construction Safety Orientation                    Traffic Control through Work Zones
Discusses a variety of safety issues vital to construction      Demonstrates the basics of proper traffic control through
workers. Covers personal protective equipment, trench-          work zones on city streets. Discusses equipment used,
ing, ladders, scaffolds, fall protection and electricity. Ac-   how to set up safe lane closings and safe work practices.
                                    ,
companying guide available. 2007 22 minutes.                    Accompanying guide available. 1991, 21 minutes.
VHS No. 600105: Closed captioned.                               VHS No. 600061
VHS No. 600106: In Spanish.
DVD No. 400105: Closed captioned.                               Transporting Construction Equipment:
DVD No. 400106: In Spanish.                                     Best Practices for Tie-Down & Hauling
                                                                Gives a thorough review of safe loading and proper tie-
Safety During Renovation and Demolition Opera-                  down procedures for transporting construction equip-
tions: Selective Demolition                                               ,
                                                                ment. 2007 37 minutes.
Focuses on the unique hazards of selective demolition           VHS No. 600107
and presents ways to safeguard both site personnel and          DVD No. 400107
the public. Addresses health and environmental hazards,
PPE, fall protection, utilities, hot work and debris removal.   Trench Emergency
2010, 19 minutes.                                               Reviews the basics on trenches and hazards, and pres-
VHS No. 600119                                                  ents the proper ways to rescue a trapped worker after a
DVD No. 400119                                                  cave-in. 1993, 16 minutes.
                                                                VHS No. 600006
Scaffold Safety: It’s No Joke
Provides a general introduction to all types of scaffolds.      Trench Safety: It’s More Than Digging a Hole
Covers design and construction, inspection, fall protec-        Describes how and why trenches cave. Covers soil types,
tion and safety procedures. Accompanying guide avail-           competent persons, protective systems and other safety
          ,
able. 1997 17 minutes.                                          measures. Accompanying guide available. 1998, 20 min-
VHS No. 600051                                                  utes.
                                                                VHS No. 600056
Scaffolding Safety: Erecting and Dismantling
Demonstrates site evaluation and preparation; selection         Trenching and Shoring
and inspection of scaffolding; proper erection and dis-         Presents an overview of excavation and trench safety
mantling procedures for scaffolds; and safe work prac-          basics, including angle of repose and shoring. 1992, 13
                                         ,
tices. Accompanying guide available. 1997 19 minutes.           minutes.
VHS No. 600049                                                  VHS No. 600064

Sliding Boom Forklift: Operating Techniques                     Understanding Hand & Power Tool Safety
Provides an introduction for safely operating a sliding         Emphasizes the importance of using safe tools, using
boom forklift on rough terrain. 2001, 18 minutes.               tools safely, wearing proper protective equipment and
VHS No. 600095                                                  guarding moving parts. For construction workers. Ac-
                                                                companying guide available. Closed captioned. 2002, 7
Stationary Scaffolds in Construction                            minutes.
Discusses safe work practices while working on scaf-            VHS No. 600086
folds in construction, including assembly, the role of the
competent person, inspections, electrical hazards and fall      Working Around Cranes
protection. From the Hard Hat Safety Series. 11 minutes.        Warns viewers of the hazards of working around cranes,
VHS No. 600028: 1997. Accompanying                              addressing crane assembly, wire rope and rigging, pow-
guide available.                                                er lines and signaling. Accompanying guide available.
VHS No. 600026: 2000. In Spanish.
                                                                1995, 19 minutes.
                                                                VHS No. 600085
Step Right Up!
Points out key ladder safety issues with classic old-time
humor. Reissued by the American Ladder Institute. 1977  ,
19 minutes.
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     Video descriptions
     Driving                                                       Commercial Driver Certification: Combination
                                                                   Vehicles and Endorsements (Program II)
     Are You Playing with a Full Deck?                             Covers information necessary to obtain a Class A com-
     Shows how multitasking while driving is dangerous and         mercial driver’s license, including combination vehicles,
     puts the multitasking driver and others at risk. Encour-      double and triple trailers, and endorsements for hazard-
     ages drivers to focus their full attention on driving using   ous materials, tank vehicles and passengers. Accompa-
     the Smith System’s five keys. Accompanying guide avail-       nying guide available. 2003, 29 minutes.
                                                                   VHS No. 650017
     able. 2009, 27 minutes.
     DVD No. 450101
                                                                   Courtesy Vehicle Safety
     Backing, Parking and Intersections                            Provides an orientation for drivers of courtesy shuttle
     Provides defensive driving techniques for backing, park-      vans used in the hospitality industry. Addresses daily in-
     ing and at intersections. Encourages professional drivers     spections, the safe operation of 15-passenger vans and
     to drive responsibly. 2005, 18 minutes.                       the hazards of distracted driving. 2008, 11 minutes.
     VHS No. 650072                                                VHS No. 650097
                                                                   DVD No. 450097

     New!                                                          DUI Story...What If?
     Be Sensible: Don’t Drive Yourself to Distraction              Dramatizes the life-changing consequences of drinking
     Helps teen drivers learn to minimize distractions while       and driving for one man and his family, friends and co-
     driving. Addresses common driving distractions such as                     ,
                                                                   workers. 2007 28 minutes.
     CD players, passengers and cell phones via interviews         VHS No. 650081
     and real-life stories. Accompanying guide available.          DVD No. 450081
     2006, 14 minutes.
     VHS No. 650103                                                Decision Driving, Part 1: Overview
                                                                   Introduces this six-part series which aims to improve
     Before You Turn the Key                                       drivers’ hazard recognition skills and decision-making
     Encourages drivers to adopt recommended pre-start             abilities. 1999, 6 minutes.
     driving habits of conducting a vehicle walk-around in-        VHS No. 650090
     spection, adjusting mirrors, seat and headrest, and be-       DVD No. 450090
     coming familiar with the controls of each vehicle driven.
     Not specific to the workplace. Accompanying guide avail-      Decision Driving, Part 2: Expand Your
     able. Closed captioned. 2008, 20 minutes.                     Look Ahead Capacity
     VHS No. 650098                                                Encourages drivers to expand their field of vision by
     DVD No. 450098: Includes Spanish and Portuguese               looking ahead, giving them the ability to act decisively
     versions. Includes resource material.                         and avoid potential accidents. 1999, 8 minutes.
                                                                   VHS No. 650091
     Blindfold Effect                                              DVD No. 450091
     Presents case studies of three collisions to illustrate the
     need to anticipate, adjust and assume nothing while driv-     Decision Driving, Part 3: Size Up the Whole Scene
     ing. Accompanying guide available. 1997 20 minutes.
                                              ,                    Describes the techniques drivers can use to stay con-
     VHS No. 650040                                                stantly aware of changing conditions, especially in resi-
                                                                   dential and commercial areas in cities and suburbs. 1999,
     Commercial Driver Certification:                              9 minutes.
     A License to Drive (Program I)                                VHS No. 650092
     Covers information needed to pass the general knowl-          DVD No. 450092
     edge test for a commercial driver’s license. Includes
     vehicle classes, inspection, driving skills, cargo loading    Decision Driving, Part 4: Signal Your
     and air brakes. Accompanying guide available. 1990, 24        Intentions Early
     minutes.                                                      Emphasizes the importance of communicating with oth-
     VHS No. 650016                                                er drivers, pedestrians and others when passing, chang-
                                                                   ing lanes, turning and backing up. 1999, 9 minutes.
                                                                   VHS No. 650093
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Decision Driving, Part 5: Plan an Escape Route               Defensive Driving: When Good Weather Goes Bad
Urges drivers to leave sufficient space around them to       Encourages drivers to take precautions to minimize the
help avoid driving traps that can result from tailgating,    risk of a crash related to bad weather. Covers rain and
being boxed in and passing. 1999, 10 minutes.                flash floods, snow and ice, wind and fog. 2008, 19 min-
VHS No. 650094                                               utes.
DVD No. 450094                                               VHS No. 650007
                                                             DVD No. 450007
Decision Driving, Part 6: Take Decisive Action
Focuses on practicing the skills previously learned so       Defensive Driving for Government Employees
drivers can take decisive action and avoid accidents.        Focuses on defensive driving techniques for local, state
Demonstrates commentary driving. 1999, 12 minutes.           and federal government employees. Addresses a wide
VHS No. 650095                                               variety of driving issues, and features both cars and
DVD No. 450095                                               trucks. Accompanying guide available. Closed captioned.
                                                             2003, 19 minutes.
Defensive Driving: 15-Passenger Van                          VHS No. 650048
Focuses on the particular hazards of driving 15-passen-
ger vans. Provides safety guidelines and defensive driv-     Delivering the Goods
ing techniques to prevent the likelihood of rollovers. Ac-   Identifies potential hazards and safe work practices for
companying guide available. Closed captioned. 2005, 11       route sales and delivery workers with an emphasis on
minutes.                                                     loading procedures and lifting techniques. Accompany-
VHS No. 650058                                               ing guide available. 2001, 13 minutes.
                                                             VHS No. 650045
Defensive Driving: I Could See It Coming
(Auto Version)                                               Distracted Driving: At What Cost?
Discusses the factors that cause vehicle crashes. Pro-       Emphasizes the importance of controlling distractions
vides seven essential strategies for driving defensively.    while driving, and shows the potential consequences of
Geared to automobile drivers. Accompanying CD-ROM            eating, talking on the phone or taking eyes off the road
and guide available. 2005, 15 minutes.                       while driving. 2004, 16 minutes.
VHS No. 650057                                               VHS No. 650050
DVD No. 450057: Closed captioned.

Defensive Driving: I Could See It Coming                     New!
(Cargo Van Version)                                          Distracted Driving: Game Over
Discusses the factors that cause vehicle crashes. Provides   Gives viewers a look at how distractions can take over while
seven essential strategies for driving defensively. Geared   driving. Illustrates the risks and deadly consequences of at-
to cargo van drivers. Accompanying CD-ROM and guide          tempting secondary tasks while driving. Includes resource
available. 2005, 15 minutes.                                 material. Closed captioned. 2011, 13 minutes.
VHS No. 650055                                               DVD No. 450104
DVD No. 450055: Closed captioned.
                                                             New!
Defensive Driving: I Could See It Coming                     Distracted Driving: Real Accidents, Real Stories II
(Step Vans Version)                                          Features three moving testimonials about how drivers
Discusses the factors that cause vehicle crashes. Provides   caused tragic and fatal accidents while conversing with a
seven essential strategies for driving defensively. Geared   passenger, texting on a cell phone and using a navigation
to step van drivers. Accompanying CD-ROM and guide           system. 2011, 14 minutes.
available. 2005, 15 minutes.                                 DVD No. 450006
VHS No. 650056
DVD No. 450056: Closed captioned.




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     Video descriptions
     Do’s and Don’ts at the Gas Pump (CD-ROM)                     Driving in the Rain
     Warns viewers of the potential hazards of refueling ve-      Explains safe driving techniques for rainy conditions.
     hicles and containers at gas stations. Demonstrates the      Accompanying guide available. 2003, 5 minutes.
     safe and proper way to prevent such hazards. Must be         VHS No. 650052
     played in a computer. 2004, 7 minutes.
     Video CD No. 490200                                          Driving Safely in Winter Conditions
                                                                  Describes the many hazards of winter driving and tech-
     Driven to Distraction                                        niques that drivers can use to deal with them. Geared to
     Requires viewers to confront the many ways they allow        drivers of passenger cars. 2006, 20 minutes.
     themselves to be distracted while driving and shows          VHS No. 650078
     the tragic consequences that can result. Accompanying        DVD No. 450078
                                            ,
     guide available. Closed captioned. 2007 16 minutes.
     VHS No. 650089: Accompanying CD-ROM                          New!
     available.                                                   Drowsy Driving: It’s Your Wake Up Call
     DVD No. 450089: Includes resource material.
                                                                  Discusses how to identify and manage driver fatigue.
                                                                  Describes the factors influencing fatigue and the actions
     Driven to Distraction II
                                                                  drivers can take to prevent fatigue as well as what to do
     Demonstrates how drivers are not adequately focused
                                                                  when feeling drowsy. 2011, 19 minutes.
     on the task of driving when they use cell phones, multi-
                                                                  DVD No. 450005
     task or are distracted in any other way. Accompanying
     guide available. Closed captioned. 2010, 20 minutes.         Dry Van Cargo Securement
     VHS No. 650102
                                                                  Demonstrates the basic requirements for securing cargo
     DVD No. 450102: Includes resource material.
                                                                  in dry vans and enclosed trailers. Includes proper load-
                                                                  ing techniques. Accompanying CD-ROM and guide avail-
     Driver Safety: A Lifetime of Learning
                                                                  able. Closed captioned. 2006, 20 minutes.
     Emphasizes recognition of and respect for the hazards
                                                                  VHS No. 650083
     of operating a motor vehicle. Addresses seat belts, the
                                                                  DVD No. 450083: Includes resource material.
     condition of the vehicle and the driver, concentration and
     safe following distance. Accompanying CD-ROM and             Emotional Wreck
     guide available. 2004, 12 minutes.                           Exposes the dangers of aggressive driving through ex-
     VHS No. 650080
                                                                  amples of impatience, selfishness, obliviousness and
     DVD No. 450080
                                                                  competitiveness behind the wheel. Explains the causes
                                                                  of these behaviors, and encourages drivers to apply safe
     Driver Safety Begins with Attitude
                                                                  driving practices. Accompanying guide available. Closed
     Focuses on aggressive and distracted driving behaviors.
                                                                  captioned. 2009, 23 minutes.
     Emphasizes the importance of good attitude and control-
                                                                  VHS No. 650002
     ling negative emotions. Accompanying guide available.
                                                                  DVD No. 450002: Includes Spanish and Portuguese
     2004, 5 minutes.                                             versions. Includes resource material.
     VHS No. 650051
                                                                  Expecting the Unexpected: The Key to
     Drivers, Drugs & Drinking                                    Accident-Free Driving
     Addresses truck drivers and other professional drivers       Examines four elements of accident-free driving: defen-
     about the effects that drugs and alcohol have on drivers     sive driving, space management, driver’s condition and
     and on their careers. Features veteran drivers who relate    vehicle condition. Also describes the proper use of safety
     their own experiences. Closed captioned. 2000, 17 min-       belts, air bags and antilock braking systems. Accompany-
     utes.                                                        ing guide available. 2000, 20 minutes.
     VHS No. 650059                                               VHS No. 650042

     Driving Distractions of the Professional Driver              Eye on Defensive Driving
     Encourages professional drivers to limit distracted driv-    Reviews the basics of defensive driving for professional
     ing behaviors by planning ahead and staying aware of         truck drivers. Presents 24 scenarios asking drivers how
     their surroundings. Covers common distractions, such         they would handle a given situation. Accompanying
     as adjusting controls, loose items, eating, talking on the   guide available. Closed captioned. 2005, 47 minutes.
     phone and pedestrians. 2005, 17 minutes.                     VHS No. 650088
     VHS No. 650071                                               DVD No. 450088: Includes resource material.
86
Eye on Speed & Space Management                                  Master Driver: Driving Techniques
Reviews the formulas and guidelines of speed and space           Provides a refresher for truck drivers on routine driving
management for professional truck drivers. Presents 16           skills, such as turns, merging and underpasses. Empha-
scenarios asking drivers how they would respond in a             sizes the importance of driving defensively and the rec-
given situation. Accompanying guide available. Closed            ognition of potential hazards. Accompanying guide avail-
               ,
captioned. 2007 32 minutes.                                      able. Closed captioned. 2004, 11 minutes.
VHS No. 650086                                                   VHS No. 650079
DVD No. 450086: Includes resource material.                      DVD No. 450079: Includes resource material.

Flatbed Cargo Securement                                         Master Driver: Emergency Maneuvers
Demonstrates the basic requirements for securing cargo           Describes the best ways for truck drivers to handle road-
on flatbed and other open trailers. Accompanying CD-             way emergencies, including evasive driving and emer-
ROM and guide available. Closed captioned. 2006, 22              gency braking. Accompanying guide available. 2005, 20
minutes.                                                         minutes.
VHS No. 650084                                                   VHS No. 650074: Closed captioned.
DVD No. 450084: Includes resource material.                      DVD No. 450074: Includes additional material.

Flatbed Safety                                                   Master Driver: Extreme Weather Driving
Emphasizes the use of good body mechanics to prevent             Prepares truck drivers for coping with extreme weather
injuries to flatbed haulers while strapping loads, handling      conditions such as fog, rain, snow, ice and wind. Accom-
tarps and getting in and out of the cab. 2005, 17 minutes.       panying guide available. Closed captioned. 2004, 14 min-
VHS No. 650010                                                   utes.
DVD No. 450010                                                   VHS No. 650085
                                                                 DVD No. 450085: Includes resource material.
Injury Prevention for Drivers
Demonstrates to truck drivers how to safely perform non-         Master Driver: Safety Issues
driving tasks such as mounting and dismounting, load-            Discusses how truck drivers can recognize and avoid dan-
ing and unloading and stopping on the road. Includes             gers stemming from distracted drivers, road rage and
resource material. Accompanying guide and CD-ROM                 crime. Accompanying guide available. 2005, 18 minutes.
available. Closed captioned. 2008, 22 minutes.                   VHS No. 650075: Closed captioned.
DVD No. 450099                                                   DVD No. 450075: Includes additional material.

It’s Good Business: A Supervisor’s                               Master Driver: Vehicle Inspections
Guide to Defensive Driving                                       Explains why truck drivers should conduct thorough ve-
Teaches supervisors skills for observing driving behav-          hicle inspections and demonstrates a seven-step inspec-
iors and correcting unsafe driving practices while rid-          tion process. Accompanying guide available. Closed cap-
ing with their employees. Accompanying CD-ROM and                tioned. 2004, 12 minutes.
guide available. 2005, 13 minutes.                               VHS No. 650082
VHS No. 650054                                                   DVD No. 450082: Includes resource material.

Master Driver: Accident Procedures                               Pre-Trip Inspection: A Circle of Safety
Presents the seven steps every truck driver needs to take        Demonstrates for professional drivers the key compo-
after an accident or crash to act quickly, safely and legally.   nents of a systematic, comprehensive and easy-to-re-
Accompanying guide available. 2005, 20 minutes.                  member pre-trip inspection. 2009, 12 minutes.
VHS No. 650073: Closed captioned.                                DVD No. 450003
DVD No. 450073: Includes additional material.

Master Driver: Backing Techniques
Demonstrates safe techniques to back a tractor-trailer
                                                  ”
rig. Encourages truck drivers to “get out and look. Ac-
companying guide available. Closed captioned. 2004, 17
minutes.
VHS No. 650087
DVD No. 450087: Includes resource material.



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     Video descriptions
     Road Rage and Aggressive Driving:                           Safe Driving: A School Bus Driver’s
     A View from the Driver’s Seat                               Series — Passenger Safety
     Describes typical behaviors of aggressive drivers and       Addresses passenger safety issues for school bus driv-
     sources of road rage. Recommends specific actions to        ers, including entering and exiting, emergency evacua-
     avoid triggering road rage in other drivers, to protect     tions and managing passenger conduct. Accompanying
     yourself if another driver acts aggressively and to avoid   guide available. Closed captioned. 2000, 12 minutes.
     becoming an aggressive driver. Accompanying guide           VHS No. 650063
     available. 1998, 20 minutes.
     VHS No. 650009                                              Safe Driving: A School Bus Driver’s
                                                                 Series — Seeing Hazards
     Safe Driving                                                Demonstrates how bus drivers can prepare themselves
     Explains the importance of defensive driving and how        and their vehicles to see hazards most effectively. In-
     awareness, action and attitude can help keep employees      cludes scanning for hazards, positioning the seat and
     and other drivers safe. Accompanying guide available.       mirrors and compensating for restricted vision situations.
     Closed captioned. 1999, 18 minutes.                         Accompanying guide available. Closed captioned. 2000,
     VHS No. 650047                                              13 minutes.
                                                                 VHS No. 650062
     Safe Driving: A School Bus Driver’s
     Series — Accident Procedures                                Safe Driving: A School Bus Driver’s
     Provides a nine-step procedure for school bus drivers to    Series — Using Your Mirrors
     follow at the scene of an accident. Accompanying guide      Instructs school bus drivers on the critical elements of
     available. Closed captioned. 2003, 10 minutes.              properly adjusting their mirrors and using them to help
     VHS No. 650068                                              maneuver their vehicles safely. Accompanying guide
                                                                 available. Closed captioned. 2001, 10 minutes.
     Safe Driving: A School Bus Driver’s                         VHS No. 650061
     Series — City Driving
     Discusses driving techniques that will help school bus      Safe Driving: A School Bus Driver’s
     drivers deal safely with — or avoid — traffic hazards in    Series — Vehicle Inspections
     urban areas. Accompanying guide available. Closed cap-      Demonstrates the steps of a proper, thorough daily
     tioned. 2003, 8 minutes.                                    school bus inspection. Accompanying guide available.
     VHS No. 650069                                              Closed captioned. 2003, 10 minutes.
                                                                 VHS No. 650060
     Safe Driving: A School Bus Driver’s
     Series — Defensive Driving                                  Safe Loading and Unloading of Delivery Vehicles
     Gives school bus drivers information on defensive driv-     Reminds delivery drivers of the importance of follow-
     ing techniques and how to anticipate potentially hazard-    ing safety procedures and staying aware of hazards as
     ous situations. Accompanying guide available. Closed        they arrive at their destinations. Warns experienced driv-
     captioned. 2001, 7 minutes.                                 ers against shortcuts, complacency and overconfidence.
     VHS No. 650067                                              2009, 15 minutes.
                                                                 DVD No. 450004
     Safe Driving: A School Bus Driver’s
     Series — Driving Techniques                                 Safe Winter Driving
     Reviews safe driving techniques for school buses. Ad-       Shows those who drive on the job in winter how to pre-
     dresses defensive driving, grade and railroad crossings,    pare themselves and their vehicles, and how to recognize
     turning, merging, backing and intersections. Accompany-     hazards and avoid accidents. Includes how to jump-start
     ing guide available. Closed captioned. 2000, 15 minutes.    a vehicle safely. Accompanying guide available. Closed
     VHS No. 650065                                              captioned. 17 minutes.
                                                                 VHS No. 650043: 1998.
     Safe Driving: A School Bus Driver’s                         DVD No. 450043: 2005. Includes Spanish version.
     Series — Emergency Maneuvers                                Includes resource material.
     Covers the critical elements of emergency maneuvers for
     school bus drivers: evasive steering, emergency braking
     and skid control. Accompanying guide available. Closed
     captioned. 2001, 10 minutes.
     VHS No. 650064

88
Safety on the Road: Defensive Driving                        Winter Driving
for Delivery Vans                                            Shows skills and techniques needed to cope with winter
Presents defensive driving review for delivery van driv-     driving hazards. Targeted to those who drive on the job.
ers. Accompanying guide available. 1999, 17 minutes.         Accompanying guide available. 1996, 12 minutes.
VHS No. 650039                                               VHS No. 650035

Snow Control Techniques: Plowing Tips                        Winter Driving: When the Rules Change
for the Pros                                                 Illustrates the importance of adjusting driving techniques
Covers various types of snowplow equipment and a vari-       during the winter. Also covers vehicle preparation, main-
ety of traffic and road situations. Emphasizes the need to   taining good visibility and survival supplies and tech-
be familiar with both equipment and route. 25 minutes.       niques. Accompanying guide available. 2005.
VHS No. 650077: 1997                                         VHS No. 650076: 15 minutes.
DVD No. 450077: 2005                                         DVD No. 450076: 15 minutes.
                                                             DVD No. 450100: Closed captioned. 10 minutes.
Snowplow Safety
Places viewer behind the wheel of a snowplow to dem-         Working Safely with Snow Plows and Other Snow
onstrate defensive driving techniques during adverse         Removal Vehicles
weather conditions while plowing. Includes case studies      Emphasizes that preparation is as important as safe oper-
of snowplow collisions. 1995, 23 minutes.                    ation when plowing snow. Covers inspections, dry runs
VHS No. 690116                                               and emergency kits as well as the basics of safe opera-
                                                             tion, sharing the road and getting stuck. 2008, 20 minutes.
Snowplow Safety: Parking Lots                                VHS No. 650096
Demonstrates techniques for safely plowing snow in           DVD No. 450096
parking lots. Includes preseason procedures, vehicle in-
spection and driving snowplows on roadways. 1996, 19
minutes.                                                     Electricity and Lockout/Tagout
VHS No. 690117
                                                             2009 NFPA 70E: Electrical Safety-Related
Watch Your Load                                              Work Practices
Encourages drivers to secure items in their vehicles so      Explains the electrical practices required by the 2009
flying debris, packages or equipment will not hit them in    NFPA 70E code, while showing arc flash explosions, in-
the event of a sudden stop. Accompanying guide avail-        cident reenactments and flame resistant clothing tests.
able. 2004, 5 minutes.                                       Accompanying guide available. Closed captioned. 2009,
VHS No. 650070
                                                             25 minutes.
                                                             VHS No. 670067
Why Do We Drive the Way We Do?                               DVD No. 470067
It’s All About Choices
Encourages employees to recognize that they are profes-      Arc Flash: Live to Tell
sional drivers and need to operate vehicles with profes-     Presents guidelines based on NFPA 70E for arc flash pre-
sional attitudes and defensive-driving skills. Accompany-    vention. Outlines safe work procedures, including job
ing CD-ROM and guide available. 2005, 11 minutes.            planning and hazard analysis, personal protective equip-
VHS No. 650053
                                                             ment and protective boundaries. Accompanying guide
DVD No. 450053: Closed captioned.
                                                             available. Closed captioned. 2009, 16 minutes.
                                                             VHS No. 670046
Winter Driving
                                                             DVD No. 470046: Includes Spanish and Portuguese
Demonstrates basic techniques for driving safely in the      versions. Includes resource material.
winter through rain, snow and fog. Covers the laws of
physics, such as traction, which govern vehicle move-        Arc Flash Awareness
ment. Shows both cars and trucks. 1998, 18 minutes.          Features three experienced electricians who were injured
VHS No. 650046                                               in arc flash incidents as they relate how these events af-
DVD No. 450046
                                                                                                                   ,
                                                             fected their lives. Accompanying guide available. 2007 25
                                                             minutes.
                                                             DVD No. 470065



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     Video descriptions
     Arc Flash Safety Awareness                                 Electrical Safety: Controlling the Hazards
     Encourages qualified electrical workers to work safely     Discusses how electricity works and its hazards to the
     around electricity by following the requirements of        body. Presents best safety practices to control four com-
     NFPA 70E and OSHA. Covers approach boundaries,             mon electrical hazards: contact with power lines, ground
     energized electrical work permits, hazard analyses and     fault protection, broken path to ground and using exten-
     personal protective equipment. Accompanying guide          sion cords or electrical tools improperly. Accompanying
     available. Closed captioned. 2006, 24 minutes.             guide available. Closed captioned. 2002, 13 minutes.
     VHS No. 670058                                             VHS No. 670015
     DVD No. 470058: Includes Spanish and Portuguese
     versions. Includes resource material.                      Electrical Safety: NFPA 70E
                                                                Presents safe work practices for electrical workers as
     Birthday Wish (Both Versions)                              recommended by NFPA 70E. Addresses working on en-
     Dramatizes how a worker’s decision to take a risk and      ergized equipment, approach boundaries and personal
     not lock out an electrical panel affects his son’s sixth   protective equipment. Accompanying guide available.
     birthday party. Provided in two versions with different    2009, 17 minutes.
     endings. 2005, 5 minutes.                                  VHS No. 670010
     VHS No. 670053                                             DVD No. 470010: Includes Spanish version. Closed
                                                                captioned in both English and Spanish.
     Bucket Truck Shock Hazards
     Describes how the insulating ability of a typical bucket   Electrical Safety: Preventing the
     truck boom is checked and maintained. Describes how        Shock of a Lifetime
     to ground the truck. Accompanying guide available.         Covers electrical safety topics, such as qualified versus
     1994, 8 minutes.                                           unqualified employees, training, de-energizing equip-
     VHS No. 650044                                             ment, safe work practices, using portable equipment and
                                                                personal protective equipment. Accompanying guide
     Electrical Arc Flash Safety                                available. 1998, 16 minutes.
     Provides an introduction to the prevention of arc flash    VHS No. 670043
     incidents. Increases awareness of hazards, causes, stan-
     dards and safe work practices. 2007 13 minutes.
                                        ,                       Electrical Safety: What Everyone Should Know
     VHS No. 670063                                             Familiarizes viewers with how electricity works, the ef-
     DVD No. 470063                                             fects of electric shock on the body and how to work safe-
                                                                ly with electrical equipment and tools. Accompanying
     Electrical Hazards: Avoid the Risk                         guide available. Closed captioned. 2010, 17 minutes.
     Describes how to keep safe while working with electric-    VHS No. 670070
     ity by maintaining a safe work environment and using       DVD No. 470070
     safe work practices. Accompanying guide available.
     2000, 12 minutes.                                          Electrical Safety: Working Around Live Circuits
     VHS No. 670038                                             Reviews safe work practices for qualified electrical work-
                                                                ers while working around live circuits. Accompanying
     Electrical Safety                                          guide available. 2000, 7 minutes.
     Explains the basics of electricity and safe work prac-     VHS No. 670039
     tices around electricity for general industry. Includes
     brief question-and-answer segments throughout video.       Electrical Safety for Non-Electricians
     2000, 20 minutes.                                          Introduces electrical safety, defining terms, discussing
     VHS No. 670037                                             hazards, showing examples of unsafe and safe behav-
                                                                iors, and demonstrating how to respond to an accident.
     Electrical Safety: Basic Principles                        Accompanying guide available. 2002, 18 minutes.
     Describes basic electrical safety principles and proce-    VHS No. 670042
     dures, including electrical circuits, grounding and cir-   DVD No. 470042
     cuit-protection devices. Accompanying guide available.
     15 minutes.
     VHS No. 670040: 2000.
     DVD No. 470040: 2004. Includes Spanish and
     Portuguese versions. Includes resource material.
     Closed captioned.

90
Electrical Safety in the Workplace                             Lockout/Tagout: Authorized Employees
Presents basic facts and rules about electricity, effects of   Defines lockout/tagout, and the difference between au-
electricity on the human body, common electrical haz-          thorized and affected employees. Discusses types of en-
ards in the workplace and hazard control. 1999, 22 min-        ergy and how to control it. Demonstrates the steps of the
utes.                                                          LO/TO process. Geared to authorized employees. 2005,
VHS No. 670035                                                 16 minutes.
                                                               VHS No. 670056: Accompanying guide available.
Energized Electrical Work Permit                               VHS No. 670055: Includes English and Spanish
Explains to qualified electrical workers what an energized     versions. Accompanying guides available in English
electrical work permit is, as required by NFPA 70E. Shows      and Spanish.
                                                               DVD No. 470056: Accompanying CD-ROM and
how to prepare for working on or near energized elec-
                                                               guide available. Closed captioned.
trical parts or systems. Accompanying guide available.
Closed captioned. 2004, 16 minutes.
                                                               Lockout Tagout: Controlling the Beast
VHS No. 670050
                                                               Teaches the basic concepts of hazardous energy and
                                                               lockout/tagout. Presents a six-step procedure required for
High Impact Safety Training for
Qualified Electrical Workers                                   controlling hazardous energy. Accompanying CD-ROM
Covers safe work practices for qualified electrical work-      and guide available. Closed captioned. 20 minutes.
                                                               VHS No. 670041: 1998.
ers, including personal protective equipment, approach
                                                               DVD No. 470041: 2004. Includes Spanish and Portu-
boundaries, performing live work and de-energizing equip-
                                                               guese versions. Includes resource material.
ment to minimize burn and shock hazards. Accompany-
ing guide available. 2002, 20 minutes.                         Lockout/Tagout: Employee Awareness
VHS No. 670004
                                                               Educates affected employees about the importance of
                                                               lockout/tagout procedures and describes their role in
New!                                                           preventing hazardous energy releases. Accompanying
Laboratory Safety Series: Electrical                           guide available. 2009, 14 minutes.
Safety in the Laboratory                                       VHS No. 670069
Encourages safe electrical work practices in the labora-       DVD No. 470069: Includes Spanish version. Closed
tory. Covers the fundamentals of electrical current and        captioned in both English and Spanish.
grounding, the use of electrical equipment around flam-
mables and the procedures for electrical emergencies.          Lockout/Tagout: Lightning in a Bottle
Accompanying guide available. Closed captioned. 2011,          Discusses OSHA’s lockout/tagout standard, including the
12 minutes.                                                    six steps for proper lockout/tagout, and the three steps
DVD No. 470071                                                 for safe removal and re-energizing. Accompanying guide
                                                               and CD-ROM available. Closed captioned. 2006, 15 min-
Lockout-Tagout                                                 utes.
Covers the hazards associated with the accidental release      VHS No. 670059
of energy, the proper lockout/tagout procedures to en-         DVD No. 470059: Includes Spanish and Portuguese
sure a zero energy state and proper start-up procedures.       versions. Includes resource material.
Accompanying CD-ROM and guide available. 2005, 14
                                                               Lockout/Tagout: When Everyone Knows
minutes.
VHS No. 670062                                                 Outlines the steps in a lockout/tagout process and em-
DVD No. 470062                                                 phasizes the importance of following these procedures.
                                                               2002, 7 minutes.
Lockout/Tagout: Affected Employees                             VHS No. 670044
Defines lockout/tagout, and the difference between au-
thorized and affected employees. Explains the various
types of LO/TO devices, and how LO/TO affects those who
work around equipment being serviced. 2005, 7 minutes.
VHS No. 670057: Accompanying guide available.
VHS No. 670054: Includes English and Spanish
versions. Accompanying guides available in English
and Spanish.
DVD No. 470057: Accompanying CD-ROM and
guide available. Closed captioned.
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     Video descriptions
     Lockout/Tagout: Your Key to Safety                           Mark Standifer Story: Lessons Learned
     Emphasizes the fundamentals of a proper lockout/tagout       from an Arc Flash Tragedy
     procedure and the recognition of hazards. Addresses the      Relates the story of Mark Standifer, who was burned bad-
     training needs of all employees, whether authorized, af-     ly in an arc blast accident. Discusses how to prevent arc
     fected or other. Accompanying CD-ROM and guide avail-        flash incidents, through arc hazard analysis, arc hazard
     able. Closed captioned. 2006, 19 minutes.                    boundaries and flame-resistant clothing, as required by
     VHS No. 670064                                               NFPA 70E. Accompanying guide available. 2004, 19 min-
     DVD No. 470064: Includes resource material.                  utes.
                                                                  VHS No. 670045
     Lockout/Tagout Awareness                                     DVD No. 470045: Closed captioned.
     Presents overview of lockout/tagout procedures, includ-
     ing why they are important and the employee’s role in        Mark Standifer’s Electrical Safety Briefing
     preventing injuries due to accidental release of hazard-     Features Mark Standifer, a survivor of an arc flash, speak-
     ous energy. Accompanying guide available. Closed cap-        ing on the importance of wearing the personal protective
     tioned. 1998, 10 minutes.                                    equipment and clothing required by NFPA 70E while per-
     VHS No. 670034                                               forming electrical work. Accompanying guide available.
                                                                  Closed captioned. 2009, 19 minutes.
     Lockout Tagout Compliance                                    VHS No. 670068
     Explains step-by-step proper lockout/tagout procedures.      DVD No. 470068
     Accompanying guide available. 1999, 13 minutes.
     VHS No. 670033                                               NFPA 70E: Safety Requirements
                                                                  for Electricians
     Lockout/Tagout Training for Employees                        Demonstrates for electrical engineers, electricians and
     Reviews lockout/tagout procedures used to control haz-       maintenance crews the steps to create an electrically safe
     ardous energy. Also covers the energy control plan, situ-    work condition as required by OSHA and described in
     ations requiring lockout/tagout, lockout/tagout devices                                                      ,
                                                                  NFPA 70E. Accompanying guide available. 2007 18 min-
     and special situations. Accompanying guide available.        utes.
     2008, 16 minutes.                                            VHS No. 670060: Closed captioned.
     VHS No. 670066                                               DVD No. 470060
     DVD No. 470066: Closed captioned.
                                                                  Seminar on NFPA 70E-2004: Standard for
     Lockout Tagout Would Have Saved His Life                     Electrical Safety in the Workplace
     Describes the purpose of lockout/tagout, the types of haz-   Features a four-unit seminar on NFPA 70E-2004, present-
     ardous energy sources and energy isolating devices, and      ed by Joe Sheehan of the National Fire Protection Asso-
     the procedures for conducting a proper lockout. Tells the    ciation. 2006, 119 minutes.
     story of Doug Gatewood who lost his life while perform-      VHS No. 670061: Closed captioned.
                                                                  DVD No. 470061
     ing maintenance on a machine. Accompanying guide
     available. Closed captioned. 2008, 20 minutes.
                                                                  Shock Proof: Electrical Safety - Qualified Employee
     VHS No. 670048
     DVD No. 470048                                               Discusses electrical hazards faced by qualified electrical
                                                                  workers, including arc flash and the safety procedures
     Lockout Tragedy                                              necessary to reduce risk. Addresses NFPA 70E require-
     Tells the story of Michael Fitch, a young worker who died    ments. Accompanying guide available. Closed captioned.
     in an accident involving improper lockout procedures.        2004, 21 minutes.
     Closed captioned. 2001, 16 minutes.                          VHS No. 670051
     VHS No. 670049
                                                                  Shock Proof: Electrical Safety -
                                                                  Unqualified Employee
                                                                  Explains why electricity is hazardous and how employees
                                                                  can protect themselves from electrical hazards. Geared to
                                                                  manufacturing workers. Accompanying guide available.
                                                                  Closed captioned. 2004, 16 minutes.
                                                                  VHS No. 670052



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Ergonomics and Office Safety                                  Back Safety for First Responders
                                                              Discusses how first responders can minimize the risk
Back in Action                                                of back injury. Aimed at EMTs, firefighters, police and
Features a group of co-workers making a documentary           HazMat teams. Contains a bonus segment on back exer-
about back safety. Covers anatomy of the back, warning        cises. Accompanying guide available. Closed captioned.
signs of potential injury, risk factors and preventive mea-   2003, 15 minutes.
                                                              VHS No. 640061
sures. Accompanying guide available. Closed captioned.
2010, 20 minutes.
                                                              Back to Basics
VHS No. 640001
DVD No. 440001                                                Presents a quick-paced program that tests viewer’s
                                                              knowledge, reinforces existing training, and introduces
Back Injury Prevention                                        important new concepts for preventing back injuries.
Presents general guidelines for back injury prevention, in-   Provides information on manual material handling, tech-
cluding regular exercise and good body mechanics while        niques involving good ergonomic design, safe lifting
sitting and lifting. Accompanying guide available. 1999,      practices and exercise. Accompanying guide available.
15 minutes.                                                   1995, 18 minutes.
VHS No. 640041                                                VHS No. 640025
DVD No. 440041: Closed captioned.                             DVD No. 440025

Back Owner’s Guide to Lifting & Stretching                    Bit About Backs: Back Basics (Module 1)
Encourages viewers to remember three principles that          Covers the anatomy of the back, the power position of
can make lifting less demanding on the back. Explains         the spine, the cumulative nature of back injuries and risks
how warming up and stretching prepares the muscles for        at home, work and during recreational activities. Closed
a task. Accompanying guide available. 2008, 16 minutes.       captioned. 1993, 12 minutes.
VHS No. 640071                                                VHS No. 640053
VHS No. 640072: In Spanish. Accompanying guide
available in Spanish.                                         Bit About Backs: Risk Factors (Module 2)
DVD No. 440071                                                Presents the most common risk factors for back prob-
DVD No. 440072: In Spanish. Accompanying guide                lems: position, force and repetition. 1993, 13 minutes.
available in Spanish.                                         VHS No. 640054

Back Safety: Lift for Life                                    Bit About Backs: Prevention
Explains how back injuries can be prevented. Recom-           Strategies (Module 3)
mends maintaining a neutral posture, reducing the haz-        Discusses strategies to eliminate back injuries. Covers
ard through the use of mechanical aids, assessing the lift    sleeping, sitting, standing, lifting, stretching and warming
and using safe lifting techniques. Accompanying guide         up. Closed captioned. 1993, 15 minutes.
available. 2008, 15 minutes.                                  VHS No. 640055
VHS No. 640074
DVD No. 440074: Includes Spanish version. Closed              Elements of Ergonomics:
captioned in both English and Spanish.                        Basics of Ergonomics, and Elements
                                                              of an Ergonomics Program
Back Safety: Proper Lifting Procedures                        Contains two parts. The first program introduces ergo-
Provides guidelines, and demonstrates techniques for          nomics and cumulative trauma disorders. The second
lifting and moving safely. Explains how to minimize the       program describes how to start an ergonomics pro-
stress placed on the lower back. 2005, 17 minutes.            gram, including action plan, task analysis, quick fixes and
VHS No. 640067                                                monitoring progress. Geared to workers. Accompanying
DVD No. 440067                                                guide available. Closed captioned. 1995, 25 minutes.
                                                              VHS No. 640026




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     Video descriptions
     Ergonomic Essentials for the Office                            Ergonomics: The 24-Hour Body
     Provides thorough guidance for adjusting the office            Encourages viewers to use good body mechanics on
     workstation. Features case studies addressing common           and off the job to prevent musculoskeletal disorders. Ac-
     problems and demonstrates stretching exercises. Ac-            companying guide available. Closed captioned. 2001, 18
     companying guide available. 2009, 18 minutes.                  minutes.
     VHS No. 640077                                                 VHS No. 640073
     DVD No. 440077: Closed captioned in both English               DVD No. 440073: Includes Spanish and Portuguese
     and French.                                                    versions. Includes resource material.

     Ergonomic Programs that Work                                   Ergonomics Awareness
     Demonstrates elements of successful ergonomics pro-            Illustrates risk factors for injury and recommended so-
     grams through case studies of four manufacturing com-          lutions with examples from a variety of workplaces.
     panies. Includes interviews with those involved, includ-       Includes worker testimonials about ergonomic im-
     ing representatives from management, labor and OSHA.           provements. Discusses symptoms of work-related mus-
     Closed captioned. 1999, 21 minutes.                            culoskeletal disorders. Produced for use in Washington.
     VHS No. 640040                                                 2002, 26 minutes.
                                                                    VHS No. 640003
     Ergonomic Task Analysis — Module 1:
     Survey and Analyze                                             Ergonomics Awareness
     Describes the ErgoSafe process, a method of ergonomic          Describes the nature of cumulative trauma disorders,
     task analysis. Module 1 covers the first two steps of the      components of ergonomics programs and the impor-
     process: identify risk factors and analyze jobs/tasks in the   tance of early reporting of problems. 1998, 11 minutes.
     workplace. Accompanying guides available. Closed cap-          VHS No. 640035
     tioned. 1992, 14 minutes.
     VHS No. 640043                                                 Ergonomics Awareness for Supervisors
                                                                    Provides supervisors and managers with introductory
     Ergonomic Task Analysis — Module 2:                            information about cumulative trauma disorders and ef-
     Focus and Eliminate                                            fective workplace ergonomics programs. Accompanying
     Describes the ErgoSafe process, a method of ergonomic          guide available. 1998, 17 minutes.
     task analysis. Module 2 covers the third and fourth steps      VHS No. 640051
     of the process: focus on problems and eliminate risk fac-
     tors. Accompanying guides available. Closed captioned.         Industrial Ergonomics
     1992, 13 minutes.                                              Presents ergonomic measures for preventing cumulative
     VHS No. 640044                                                 trauma disorders. 1994, 7 minutes.
                                                                    VHS No. 640034
     Ergonomics: Job Safety Analysis
     Uses humorous game show scenario to explain basics of
     workplace ergonomics. 1996, 16 minutes.
                                                                    New!
                                                                    Laboratory Safety Series: Laboratory Ergonomics
     VHS No. 640030
                                                                    Teaches laboratory employees how good body mechan-
                                                                    ics and a properly arranged workstation can prevent in-
     Ergonomics: Solving the Puzzle
                                                                    juries. Discusses the positioning of tools and materials,
     Explains the benefits of workplace ergonomics pro-
                                                                    maintaining a neutral body position, glove fit, lifting and
     grams. Covers signs, symptoms and causes of muscu-
                                                                    how to avoid eye, neck and back strain. Accompanying
     loskeletal disorders, common solutions to prevent them
                                                                    guide available. Closed captioned. 2011, 12 minutes.
     and why employee involvement is crucial. Geared to
                                                                    DVD No. 440084
     workers. Accompanying guide available. Closed cap-
     tioned. 18 minutes.
     VHS No. 640047: 2000.
     VHS No. 640062: 2000. In Spanish.
     DVD No. 440047: 2004. Includes Spanish and Portu-
     guese versions. Includes resource material.




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Levantar Peso Correctamente En La Industria (Safe          Office Ergonomic Task Analysis
Lifting for Industry)                                      Describes how the four steps of ergonomic task analysis
Demonstrates safe lifting techniques, mechanics of the     are applied to risk factors specific to offices. Accompany-
spine and poor practices that you should correct. Cov-     ing guides available. Closed captioned. 2000, 13 minutes.
ers risk analysis, workplace modification and exercises.   VHS No. 640045
In Spanish. Accompanying guide available in Spanish.
1998, 22 minutes.                                          Office Ergonomics
VHS No. 640037                                             Looks at the common health problems of office work-
                                                           ers. Explains how to control these problems through
                                                           ergonomic measures, such as adjustable workstations,
New!                                                       reducing glare and noise, and other work environment
Making It Fit: Improving Our Office Comfort
                                                           improvements. Accompanying guide available. 2000, 21
Explains how to set up office equipment such as chairs
                                                           minutes.
and computer monitors to avoid fatigue and strain. Em-
                                                           VHS No. 640039
phasizes the importance of posture, neutral position and
moving our bodies as we work. Accompanying guide
available. Closed captioned. 2011, 16 minutes.             New!
DVD No. 440064                                             Office Ergonomics: Adjusting Your Workstation and
                                                           Postures
Manual Handling                                            Demonstrates how to adjust your computer worksta-
Discusses how to deal with manual materials handling in    tion to fit your body, a five-step process that involves the
the workplace by taking the viewer through the steps to    chair, keyboard, monitor, accessories and taking breaks.
assess and reduce the risks associated with this common    2011, 14 minutes.
activity. 2002, 11 minutes.                                VHS No. 640085
VHS No. 640060                                             DVD No. 440085

Manual Material Handling Safety                            Office Ergonomics: If Only Your Computer
Shows safe manual lifting and material stacking tech-      Could Talk ...
niques and the safe use of hand trucks and manual pallet   Uses humor to present information on computer work-
jacks. Accompanying guide available. 2009, 14 minutes.     station ergonomics, including risk factors, signs, symp-
VHS No. 630004                                             toms, health effects and solutions. Accompanying guide
DVD No. 430004: Includes Spanish version. Closed           available. 1998, 18 minutes.
captioned in both English and Spanish.                     VHS No. 640028

Material Handling for Industry 2012                        Office Ergonomics Today
Raises awareness of the impact of musculoskeletal dis-     Discusses the causes and risk factors of musculoskeletal
orders on employees in warehouses and manufactur-          disorders in the office. Recommends best safety prac-
ing. Describes how the back works and the risks for ma-    tices, such as proper posture, organizing the worksta-
terial-handling injuries. Demonstrates the principles of   tion and exercises to relieve stress. Accompanying guide
safe material handling. Accompanying guide available.      available. 2004, 18 minutes.
Closed captioned. 2010, 22 minutes.                        VHS No. 640063: Closed captioned.
VHS No. 640083                                             DVD No. 440063: Includes Spanish version.
DVD No. 440083                                             Closed captioned in English and Spanish.

Muscle Strains and Sprains: Preventive Stretching          Office Injury Prevention
Explains how muscles work and describes risk factors       Stresses the importance of a good safety attitude in pre-
that can cause muscle strains and sprains. Demonstrates    venting office injuries. Covers housekeeping, lifting, er-
12 recommended stretching exercises. Accompanying          gonomics, hygiene, emergency response and slips, trips
guide available. Closed captioned. 1999, 20 minutes.       and falls. Accompanying guide available. Closed cap-
VHS No. 630065                                             tioned. 2009.
                                                           VHS No. 640075: 18 minutes.
                                                           DVD No. 440075: 18 minutes.
                                                           DVD No. 440076: 9 minutes. Concise version.




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     Video descriptions
     Office Manual Handling: The New Approach                     Principles of Safe Lifting and Carrying
     Describes common office hazards, which can lead to           Demonstrates techniques for lifting and carrying to pre-
     musculoskeletal disorders, and ways to minimize the          vent injuries to the back. Describes the role of the spine,
     dangers through risk assessment, redesign, mechanical        what to do before a lift and factors that govern manual
     assistance, correct manual handling techniques and exer-     handling. 2010, 15 minutes.
     cises. Accompanying guide available. 2003, 17 minutes.       DVD No. 440082
     VHS No. 640049
     DVD No. 440049                                               Safe Lifting in the Office
                                                                  Uses a variety of office lifting scenarios to demonstrate
     Office Safety: It’s Not Magic                                common hazards in offices, as well as back injury-pre-
     Presents office safety information in an entertaining        vention techniques and strategies. Accompanying guide
     fashion using magic tricks. Accompanying CD-ROM and                         ,
                                                                  available. 1997 20 minutes.
                          ,
     guide available. 2007 14 minutes.                            VHS No. 640042
     VHS No. 640068
     DVD No. 440068                                               Safe Manual Handling
                                                                  Describes how injuries are caused by manual handling,
     Office Safety Essentials                                     and outlines a logical process for prevention. 2010, 10
     Discusses a variety of office safety topics, from worksta-   minutes.
     tion ergonomics to lifting to emergency response. Ac-        DVD No. 440081
     companying guide available. 1999, 20 minutes.
     VHS No. 640050                                               Stretching Out at Work
                                                                  Encourages viewers to stretch and warm up at work to
     New!                                                         reduce the risk of injury and to be more productive. Dem-
     Out of the Office: Ergonomics for the Mobile Worker          onstrates a variety of stretches. 2000, 12 minutes.
     Raises awareness about the proper use of mobile equip-       VHS No. 640059
     ment such as laptops, tablets and smart phones to avoid
                                                                  Take Five (Modules 1, 2, 3)
     strain, stress and fatigue. Discusses posture, work en-
                                                                  Contains three separate segments: lifting, basic princi-
     vironment, specific concerns with each type of mobile
                                                                  ples of ergonomics and stretching. Presented by an oc-
     device and the importance of positioning, moving and
                                                                  cupational therapist. 1999, 24 minutes.
     stretching. Accompanying guide available. Closed cap-
                                                                  VHS No. 640057
     tioned. 2011, 16 minutes.
     DVD No. 440024
                                                                  Take Five (Modules 4, 5)
                                                                  Features separate segments on sitting and standing. Pre-
     Overexertion: Injury Prevention
                                                                  sented by an occupational therapist. 1999, 16 minutes.
     Creates awareness of the risk factors for strains and
                                                                  VHS No. 640058
     sprains. Encourages best practices that address posture,
     lifting and stretching. Accompanying CD-ROM and guide
                                                                  Understanding Musculoskeletal Disorders (MSD)
     available. 2004, 14 minutes.
                                                                  Introduces employees to the subjects of MSDs and ergo-
     VHS No. 640069
                                                                  nomics. Discusses signs, symptoms and types of MSDs,
     DVD No. 440069
                                                                  risk factors and ergonomic solutions. 2001, 16 minutes.
                                                                  VHS No. 640046: Accompanying guide
     Principles of Office Ergonomics
                                                                  available. Closed captioned.
     Discusses the basics of ergonomics in today’s office, in-
                                                                  VHS No. 640066: In Spanish. Accompanying guide
     cluding neutral position, keyboards, glare, movement         available in Spanish.
     and stretching. Suggests solutions to common prob-
     lems. Accompanying guide available. Closed captioned.        Understanding Safety in the Office
     2001, 12 minutes.                                            Provides an overview of office safety topics, including
     VHS No. 640048                                               housekeeping, your workstation, material handling,
                                                                  emergency response, security and violence. Accompa-
                                                                  nying guide available. 2006, 20 minutes.
                                                                  VHS No. 640070
                                                                  DVD No. 440070: Closed captioned.



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Fire Safety and Emergency                                   Emergency Evacuation: Getting Out Alive
                                                            Teaches employees how to respond appropriately to
Preparedness                                                emergencies such as fires, earthquakes, hazardous ma-
                                                            terials incidents and explosions. Geared to industrial and
Beverly Hills Supper Club Fire                              office workers. Accompanying guide available. Closed
Documents fire safety code violations which led to north-   captioned. 2001, 16 minutes.
ern Kentucky’s Beverly Hills Supper Club tragedy in 1977.   VHS No. 690171
1979, 14 minutes.                                           DVD No. 490171: Includes Spanish and Portuguese
VHS No. 610019                                              versions. Includes resource material. Accompany-
                                                            ing guide available in Spanish.
New!                                                        Emergency Evacuation of the Facility
Building and Office Evacuation
                                                            Demonstrates to corrections and detention officers in
Describes what is required to evacuate the workplace
                                                            prisons and jails the steps to follow during an emergency
quickly and safely. Covers the need for an emergency
                                                            evacuation. Emphasizes the need for safety, security and
evacuation plan, an evacuation team, employee aware-
                                                            preparation. Accompanying guide available. 2002, 9 min-
ness, training and practice drills. 2011, 9 minutes.
DVD No. 410033                                              utes.
                                                            VHS No. 690157
                                                            DVD No. 490157
Combustible Dust: Incident Prevention
Encourages viewers to understand the hazards of com-
                                                            Emergency Evacuations from Multi-Story Buildings
bustible dust, including the dust explosion pentagon,
                                                            Presents emergency evacuation information specifically
preventive measures, safe work practices and emergen-
                                                            for those who work in multi-story buildings. Accompany-
cy procedures. Accompanying guide available. 2008, 12
                                                            ing guide available. 2002, 6 minutes.
minutes.
                                                            VHS No. 610040
VHS No. 610044
                                                            DVD No. 410040
DVD No. 410044: Includes Spanish version. Closed
captioned in both English and Spanish.
                                                            Emergency Preparedness
                                                            Discusses how to recognize and respond to workplace
Combustible Dust: Up In A Flash
                                                            emergencies, such as medical emergencies, severe
Raises awareness about the dangers of combustible
                                                            weather and chemical spills. Accompanying guide avail-
dust. Encourages the identification of dust hazards and
                                                            able. 1994, 14 minutes.
describes control measures such as routine inspections,
                                                            VHS No. 690099
housekeeping and explosion protection systems. Ac-
companying guide available. Closed captioned. 2008, 13
                                                            Emergency Preparedness: A Supervisor’s Role
minutes.
                                                            Emphasizes management’s responsibility to identify, pre-
VHS No. 610043
                                                            pare and implement plans for all types of emergencies.
DVD No. 410043: Includes Spanish and Portuguese
versions. Includes resource material.                       Addresses workplace violence, tornadoes, floods, fire
                                                            and power outages. 2005, 34 minutes.
Disaster Safety: Aftermath and Cleanup                      VHS No. 690163
                                                            DVD No. 490163
Introduces safety issues for workers involved in cleanup
operations after disasters. Includes the recognition and
                                                            Emergency Preparedness: An Employee’s
control of physical and health hazards, personal protec-
                                                            Responsibility
tive equipment and stress. Accompanying guide avail-
                                                            Addresses the personal roles and responsibilities of em-
able. Closed captioned. 2006, 17 minutes.
                                                            ployees for emergency preparedness. Includes terrorism,
VHS No. 690159
                                                            fire, floods and workplace violence. 2004, 26 minutes.
DVD No. 490159: Includes Spanish version. Includes
                                                            VHS No. 690164
resource material.
                                                            DVD No. 490164




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     Video descriptions
     Fire Awareness                                                 Fire Prevention: It’s Up to You
     Raises fire awareness by reviewing nature, causes and          Explains the nature of fire, types of fire hazards, fire pre-
     behavior of fire; fire prevention, protection and suppres-     vention responsibilities of employers and employees,
     sion; and how fires kill. Accompanying guide available.        and what to do in case of fire. Accompanying guide avail-
     1995, 16 minutes.                                              able. 1998, 14 minutes.
     VHS No. 610022                                                 VHS No. 610025

     Fire Extinguisher Basic Training                               Fire Protection and Prevention
     Shows how to use fire extinguishers properly and safely.       Provides industrial fire safety information, covering ba-
     Describes the five basic classes of fire, when to use an       sic fire principles; fire protection and prevention systems
     extinguisher and the PASS method.                              and procedures; fire hazards; evacuation; use of fire ex-
     Accompanying guide available. Closed captioned. 2009.          tinguishers; and specific hazards involving machinery,
     VHS No. 610047: 14 minutes.                                    electrical equipment, hot work, etc. 20 minutes.
     DVD No. 410047: 14 minutes.                                    VHS No. 610024: 1997. Accompanying guide avail-
     DVD No. 410048: 10 minutes. Concise version.                   able.
                                                                    VHS No. 610029: 1999. In Spanish. Accompanying
     Fire Extinguisher Classification                               guide available in Spanish.
     Emphasizes the importance of reading the labels on fire
     extinguishers to ensure the operator uses the correct          Fire Safety
     type on the fire. Accompanying guide available. 2002,          Addresses workplace fire safety, including causes and
     5 minutes.                                                     types of fires, prevention tips, what to do if you discover
     VHS No. 610032                                                 fire, fire extinguisher use and evacuation. 2000, 18 min-
                                                                    utes.
     Fire Extinguishers: Ready to Respond                           VHS No. 610027
     Demonstrates how to deal with each of the five classes of
     fire with the appropriate fire extinguisher. Accompanying      Fire Safety and Evacuation: Keeping Your
     guide available. Closed captioned. 2007 13 minutes.
                                              ,                     Workplace Safe
     VHS No. 610041                                                 Teaches office workers the specifics of fire prevention
     DVD No. 410041                                                 and safety, the use of fire extinguishers and evacuation
                                                                    practices. Addresses electrical issues such as power
     Fire Extinguishers: The First Thirty Seconds                   strips, space heaters and kitchen appliances in break
     Addresses the importance of sizing up a fire before at-        rooms. 2009, 16 minutes.
     tempting to fight it. Discusses when and how to use a fire     DVD No. 410032
     extinguisher, as well as when not to use it. Explains how
     to match the extinguisher to the class of fire. Accompany-
                                                                    New!
     ing guide available. 1998, 13 minutes.                         Fire Safety & Firewatch
     VHS No. 610033
                                                                    Examines the requirements and responsibilities of a fire
                                                                    watch during hot work. Covers hot work permits, the use
     Fire Extinguishers: Your PASS to Safety
                                                                    of fire extinguishers and fire prevention. Aimed at the oil
     Discusses the four elements of fire, the classes of fire and
                                                                    and gas industry. Accompanying guide available. 2010,
     the proper use of the various types of fire extinguishers.
                                                                    25 minutes.
     Accompanying guide available. Closed captioned.
                                                                    DVD No. 410053
     10 minutes.
     VHS No. 610031: 2002.
                                                                    Fire Safety for Industrial Workers
     DVD No. 410031: 2004. Includes Spanish and Portu-
                                                                    Describes the safe work practices employees should
     guese versions. Includes resource material.
                                                                    follow to reduce the risk of industrial fires. Addresses
     Fire Hazard Recognition                                        housekeeping, hazardous materials and static electric-
     Reviews common fire hazards, such as poor housekeep-           ity. Reviews what to do if a fire should break out. Covers
     ing, flammable liquids, electrical hazards and welding.        evacuation procedures and fire extinguishers. Accompa-
     1996, 6 minutes.                                               nying guide available. Closed captioned. 2010.
     VHS No. 610021                                                 VHS No. 610051: 19 minutes.
                                                                    DVD No. 410051: 19 minutes.
                                                                    DVD No. 410050: 10 minutes. Concise version.


98
Fire Safety for Schools: Sound the Alarm!                     Lessons from Ground Zero: Emergency Action Plan
Presents fire safety information for school employees.        Uses the experience of the aftermath of the World Trade
Covers emergency evacuation procedures and precau-            Center disaster to illustrate the need for organizations to
tions, as well as fire-prevention responsibilities and use    have emergency action plans that effectively address any
of fire extinguishers. Accompanying guide available.          potential emergencies. Includes Spanish and Portuguese
1998, 16 minutes.                                             versions. Includes resource material. Accompanying
VHS No. 610028                                                guide available. Closed captioned. 2004, 30 minutes.
                                                              DVD No. 490218
High Rise Evacuation
Details what workers in high-rise buildings should do         Lessons from Ground Zero: Evacuation
when ordered to evacuate because of a fire or other           Emphasizes how good evacuation plans and regular
emergency. Accompanying guide available. Closed cap-          evacuation drills save lives. Features interviews with sur-
tioned. 2002, 18 minutes.                                     vivors of the World Trade Center emergency evacuations
VHS No. 610030                                                in 1993 and 2001. Includes Spanish and Portuguese ver-
                                                              sions. Includes resource material. Accompanying guide
Hot Work Management:                                          available. Closed captioned. 2004, 23 minutes.
Safe Welding/Cutting/Brazing                                  DVD No. 490219
Describes the four components of hot work manage-
ment — permit program, hazard awareness, personal             Office Building Fire Safety – Low Rise
protective equipment and emergency response. Accom-           Discusses fire safety issues for office workers in low-rise
panying guides available. 1998, 15 minutes.                   buildings, including prevention, detection, extinguish-
VHS No. 620273                                                ing fires, floor wardens and evacuation. Accompanying
                                                                                                       ,
                                                              guide available. Closed captioned. 2007 15 minutes.
Hot Work Permit                                               DVD No. 410042
Explains the hot work permit system, hazards of hot
work, protective clothing and other recommended per-          Office Fire and Evacuation: Are You Prepared?
sonal protective equipment, and safe work practices           Presents fire safety for offices, including sprinkler sys-
while performing hot work. Accompanying guide avail-          tems, evacuation procedures, personal fire protection,
able. 2000, 12 minutes.                                       extinguisher use and hazard control. Accompanying
VHS No. 620274                                                                     ,
                                                              guide available. 1997 14 minutes.
                                                              VHS No. 610023
Incident Command System: When Duty Calls
Describes the incident command system and its relation-       Planning for Disaster: Tornadoes
ship with the National Incident Management System.            Presents tornado safety information for the workplace.
Discusses how public and private emergency respond-           Covers preparedness, response and recovery. 10 min-
ers at all levels organize to work together to manage all     utes.
types of domestic incidents. Accompanying guide avail-        VHS No. 690112: 1995.
able. Closed captioned. 2006, 20 minutes.                     DVD No. 490112: 2009. Closed captioned.
VHS No. 690161
DVD No. 490161: Includes Spanish version. Includes            SEAJ Special Report: Disaster Preparedness
resource material.                                            Presents three segments on disaster-prevention issues
                                                              in the workplace: importance of emergency action plans,
Industrial Fire Prevention                                    benefits of fire drills and what to do in case of a fire, and
Demonstrates how fires start, how to extinguish them          how to handle suspicious packages. 2001, 20 minutes.
and how to prevent them in an industrial environment.         VHS No. 690021
Covers flashpoints, classes of fire, fire extinguisher use,
flammable materials, sparks and evacuation. Accompa-          Severe Weather Alert: Are You Prepared?
nying guide available. 2003, 21 minutes.                      Explains general safety practices and procedures related
VHS No. 610035                                                to severe thunderstorms and tornadoes encountered at
DVD No. 410035: Closed captioned.                             home, work, school or on the road. Accompanying guide
                                                              available. 2003, 15 minutes.
                                                              VHS No. 690038
                                                              DVD No. 490038: Closed captioned.




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      Video descriptions
      Static Electricity                                               BBP In Your World: Don’t Risk It
      Examines the potential hazards of static electricity, ways       Provides health-care workers with strategies for reducing
      to control it and a number of important precautions              the risk of exposure to bloodborne pathogens. Covers
      when working in flammable atmospheres. Accompany-                standard precautions, engineering controls, safe work
      ing guide available. 2006, 13 minutes.                           practices, personal protective equipment, housekeeping
      VHS No. 610039                                                   and exposure procedures. Accompanying guide available.
      DVD No. 410039                                                                         ,
                                                                       Closed captioned. 2007 22 minutes.
                                                                       VHS No. 630124
      Stop It Burning                                                  DVD No. 430124: Includes Spanish and Portuguese
      Presents information on components and classification            versions. Includes resource material.
      of fire, effective firefighting techniques and use of fire ex-
      tinguishers. 2000, 16 minutes.                                   Be Safe at Work: Safety Orientation for
      VHS No. 610011                                                   Workers in Long-Term Care
                                                                       Provides general safety orientation for employees of
      Tornados: Be Prepared!                                           nursing homes. Covers many common hazards, such as
      Explains the nature and causes of tornados, as well              back injuries, glove removal and medical waste. Accom-
      as precautions to follow when responding to tornado              panying guide available. 1996, 16 minutes.
      watches and warnings. Accompanying guide available.              VHS No. 630074
      1992, 15 minutes.
      VHS No. 690122                                                   Beat the Heat: Preventing
                                                                       & Treating Heat Disorders
      Using Fire Extinguishers                                         Discusses the prevention and treatment of heat disor-
      Gives an overview of the proper use of fire extinguish-          ders, including thermoregulation, acclimatization, sun-
      ers. Discusses location, maintenance, causes and classes         screen, fitness, diet and fluids. Accompanying guide avail-
      of fire, types of fire extinguishers, and how to extinguish      able. Closed captioned. 17 minutes.
      a fire. Accompanying guide available. 2005, 18 minutes.          VHS No. 630110: 1995
      VHS No. 610036                                                   DVD No. 430110: 2005. Includes Spanish and Portu-
      VHS No. 610038: In Spanish.                                      guese versions. Includes resource material.
      DVD No. 410036: Closed captioned.
                                                                       BloodBorne Pathogens
      You Are My Sunshine                                              Teaches corrections and detention officers in prisons and
      Documents the 1972 fire in the Sunshine silver mine in           jails how to prevent and control bloodborne pathogens.
      Idaho with interviews of survivors and re-enactments.            Covers symptoms of bloodborne diseases, universal pre-
      The tragedy led to improved mine safety conditions.              cautions, personal protective equipment and response
      2002, 68 minutes.                                                to an incident. Accompanying guide available. 2002, 17
      VHS No. 610037                                                   minutes.
                                                                       VHS No. 630100
                                                                       DVD No. 430100

      First Aid and Health Care                                        Bloodborne Pathogens
                                                                       Provides a general overview of bloodborne pathogens,
      Avian Flu: What You Need to Know
                                                                       applicable to any workplace or occupation where expo-
      Gives facts about avian influenza. Discusses the risk of a
                                                                       sures might occur. 2000, 18 minutes.
      pandemic and what preparations should be made both               VHS No. 630076
      at work and at home. Accompanying guide available.               VHS No. 630077: In Spanish.
      Closed captioned. 2006, 13 minutes.
      VHS No. 630108                                                   Bloodborne Pathogens: A Sharper Image
      DVD No. 430108: Includes Spanish and Portuguese                  Provides health-care workers with information on pre-
      versions. Includes resource material.
                                                                       venting transmission of bloodborne pathogens, includ-
                                                                       ing Hepatitis B vaccination, personal protective equip-
                                                                       ment, handwashing and sharps safety. Accompanying
                                                                       guide available. 1999, 19 minutes.
                                                                       VHS No. 630069


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Bloodborne Pathogens: Always Protect Yourself                Bloodborne Pathogens: Questions & Answers
Urges viewers to protect themselves first before as-         Provides a general introduction to bloodborne patho-
sisting a co-worker who has been injured. Covers how         gens, including how they enter the body, how to prevent
bloodborne diseases are transmitted and how to prevent       exposures, use of universal precautions, responding to
exposure through universal precautions. Accompanying         co-worker injuries and cleaning up potentially infected
guide available. Closed captioned. 2009, 16 minutes.         materials. Geared to industrial workers. Accompanying
VHS No. 630005                                               guide available. 1999, 11 minutes.
DVD No. 430005                                               VHS No. 630064

Bloodborne Pathogens: Exposure in the Workplace              Bloodborne Pathogens: Take Precautions
Raises awareness of the hazards of bloodborne patho-         Gives facts about bloodborne pathogens for workers in
gens and the risks to employees if they do not use univer-   general industry. Describes how to be safe in risky situ-
sal precautions to prevent exposure. Geared to general       ations, such as accidents, during cleanup after accidents
industry workers. Accompanying CD-ROM and guide              and during routine janitorial tasks. Accompanying guide
                                 ,
available. Closed captioned. 2007 27 minutes.                available. Closed captioned. 2002, 12 minutes.
VHS No. 630112                                               VHS No. 630013
DVD No. 430112: Includes resource material.
                                                             Bloodborne Pathogens: Universal Precautions
Bloodborne Pathogens: Just the Facts                         Explains how employees in general industry can protect
Gives workers in general industry an introduction to         themselves from bloodborne diseases by using universal
bloodborne pathogens. Discusses measures to prevent          precautions. Describes exposure routes, personal protec-
exposure in the workplace, especially during medical         tive equipment, decontamination and exposure proce-
emergencies. Includes safe work practices for janitorial     dures. Accompanying guide available. 2008, 14 minutes.
staff. Accompanying guide available. Closed captioned.       VHS No. 630126
2008, 16 minutes.                                            DVD No. 430126: Includes Spanish version. Closed
VHS No. 630119                                               captioned in English and Spanish.
DVD No. 430119: Includes Spanish and Portuguese
versions. Includes resource material.                        Bloodborne Pathogens for Bus Drivers:
                                                             The Route to Safety
Bloodborne Pathogens: Managing the Risk                      Provides school bus drivers with an introduction to
Presents information on bloodborne pathogens for work-       bloodborne pathogens, including how they are spread,
ers in general industry. Describes bloodborne diseases,      and how to reduce risk of infection through personal pro-
methods for reducing exposure risks and what to do if        tective equipment, decontamination and personal hy-
exposed. Accompanying guide available. 2008, 15 min-         giene. Accompanying guide available. 1998, 13 minutes.
utes.                                                        VHS No. 630081
VHS No. 630011
DVD No. 430011                                               Bloodborne Pathogens for Custodians
                                                             Discusses the three common bloodborne pathogens,
Bloodborne Pathogens: Protection                             how exposure to them occurs, and how custodians can
in the Home Care Setting                                     reduce their risk through measures such as personal pro-
Gives home health-care workers an introduction to            tective equipment and personal hygiene. Accompanying
bloodborne pathogens and appropriate measures to             guide available. Closed captioned. 2004, 16 minutes.
avoid exposure. Accompanying guide available. Closed         VHS No. 630103
captioned. 2005, 17 minutes.                                 DVD No. 430103: Includes Spanish version. Includes
VHS No. 630107                                               resource material.
DVD No. 430107: Includes Spanish and Portuguese
versions. Includes resource material.




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      Video descriptions
      Bloodborne Pathogens for Fire and Rescue                     Cuts and Bleeding
      Addresses exposure to bloodborne pathogens by para-          Tells how to deal with bleeding injuries, from minor cuts
      medics, firefighters and other rescue workers. Discusses     that require only basic first aid to more serious injuries
      bloodborne diseases and how they’re spread, and rec-         that require urgent action. Covers shock and external and
      ommends preventive measures. Accompanying guide              internal bleeding. 2009, 8 minutes.
      available. Closed captioned. 2005, 16 minutes.               DVD No. 430127
      VHS No. 630102
      DVD No. 430102: Includes Spanish version. Includes           Electrical Burns
      resource material.                                           Reviews the basics of first aid for electrical burns. Accom-
                                                                   panying guide available. 2004, 5 minutes.
      Bloodborne Pathogens in Schools:                             VHS No. 630095
      The Fundamentals
      Teaches school employees how to avoid becoming in-           Elements of Back Care
      fected with bloodborne pathogens. Covers how they are        Demonstrates how health-care workers can prevent back
      spread, standard precautions, bleeding emergencies,          injuries through stretching and exercise, good body me-
      cleaning up and hand hygiene. Accompanying guide             chanics, and improved transfer techniques and equip-
      available. Closed captioned. 2010, 14 minutes.               ment. Accompanying guide available. 2000, 18 minutes.
      VHS No. 630131                                               VHS No. 640038
      DVD No. 430131: Includes Spanish version. Includes
      resource material.
                                                                   New!
      Bloodborne Pathogens Training For Employees                  Employee Wellness: A Way of Life
      Discusses the hazards associated with bloodborne             Helps government/public employees become more
      pathogens, including bloodborne diseases, routes of en-      aware about wellness. Provides practical steps to address
      try, universal precautions, handling and disposal of con-    stress, especially for those in high-stress jobs. Also cov-
      taminated items, responding to exposure situations and       ers shift work issues, diet, exercise and rest. Accompany-
      decontamination. Accompanying guide available. Closed        ing guide available. Closed captioned. 2011, 18 minutes.
                                                                   VHS No. 630134
      captioned. 2008, 17 minutes.
                                                                   DVD No. 430134: Includes resource material.
      VHS No. 630122
      DVD No. 430122
                                                                   New!
      Burn Emergencies: Prevention & Response                      Employee Wellness: Taking Care of You
      Covers burns caused by fire, steam, chemicals, electricity   Increases employee awareness about the steps to well-
      and the sun, including recognizing and preventing burn       ness. Covers health screenings and physical exams, stress,
      hazards and responding to burn emergencies. Accompa-         exercise, diet and rest. Accompanying guide available.
      nying guide available. 2001, 10 minutes.                     Closed captioned. 2011, 16 minutes.
      VHS No. 630086                                               VHS No. 630133
                                                                   DVD No. 430133: Includes resource material.
      Cold Stress
      Educates viewers about frostbite and hypothermia and         First Aid
      their warning signs. Discusses safety measures to take       Explains the role of first-aid providers in the workplace.
      to protect yourself when working in cold environments.       Demonstrates steps to take, and how to provide aid. Ac-
      Accompanying guide available. 2006, 16 minutes.              companying guide available. 1998, 18 minutes.
      VHS No. 630111                                               VHS No. 630079
      DVD No. 430111: Includes Spanish version. Closed
      captioned in English and Spanish.                            First Aid: Hands and Fingers
                                                                   Illustrates the recommended practices for providing first
      Combative Residents: Mirror Their Reality                    aid for hand and finger injuries. Covers cuts, burns and
      Explains the causes of combative behavior in nursing-        amputations. Accompanying guide available. 1995,
      home residents, and discusses how staff can manage           9 minutes.
                                                        ,
      and prevent it. Accompanying guide available. 1997 23        VHS No. 630047
      minutes.
      VHS No. 630073


102
First Aid: Prepared to Help                                 First Response: Medical Conditions and Poisoning
Introduces four emergency action principles for coming      Presents signs, symptoms and first-aid measures for
to the aid of an injured co-worker and demonstrates first   anaphylactic shock, asthma, diabetic emergencies, poi-
aid for common injuries. Accompanying guide available.      soning, seizures, heat stress and hypothermia. Accompa-
Closed captioned. 2006, 18 minutes.                         nying guide available. 2004, 28 minutes.
VHS No. 630099                                              VHS No. 630084
DVD No. 430099: Includes Spanish and Portuguese
versions. Includes resource material.                       H.I.D.E. & S.E.E.K.! Eight Strategies
                                                            to Prevent the Spread of Infection
First Aid: React & Respond                                  Introduces eight strategies everyone can use everyday to
Emphasizes the importance of quickly responding to life-    prevent the transmission of disease-causing bacteria and
threatening emergencies. Provides a basic overview of       viruses. Includes hand washing, food safety at home and
rescue breathing, cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR)                                             ,
                                                            teaching children proper hygiene. 1997 27 minutes.
and automatic external defibrillators (AEDs). Accompa-      VHS No. 630078
nying guide available. 2008, 20 minutes.
VHS No. 630125                                              Hand Hygiene: For Hands that Care
DVD No. 430125: Includes Spanish version. Closed            Stresses the importance of proper hand hygiene in health-
captioned in both English and Spanish.                      care facilities. Reviews the Centers for Disease Control and
                                                            Prevention hand hygiene guidelines and demonstrates ef-
First Aid: Until Help Arrives                               fective procedures. Accompanying guide available. Closed
Features Martin L ’Esperance demonstrating how to re-       captioned. 17 minutes.
spond in a variety of emergency situations. Covers uni-     VHS No. 630106: 2003.
versal precautions, cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR),    DVD No. 430106: 2005. Includes Spanish version.
heart attacks, choking, bleeding, fractures and injury      Includes resource material.
prevention. Accompanying guide available. Closed cap-
tioned. 2008, 20 minutes.                                   Handwashing: Avoiding Germs and Viruses at Work
VHS No. 630118                                              Explains how handwashing is the proven method for
DVD No. 430118                                              preventing the spread of germs in the workplace. Accom-
                                                            panying guide available. Closed captioned. 7 minutes.
First Aid for Chemical Burns                                VHS No. 630092: 2004.
Reviews the basics of first aid for chemical burns.         DVD No. 430092: 2006. Includes Spanish and Portu-
Accompanying guide available. 2004, 5 minutes.              guese versions. Includes resource material.
VHS No. 630096
                                                            Hazard Communication: Chemical Safety in LTC
First Response: Bleeding and Soft Tissue Injuries           Discusses the types of hazardous substances present in
Prepares viewers for emergency situations in which          nursing homes and other long-term care environments.
someone is cut, bleeding, burned or in shock.               Explains how to read and use warning labels and ma-
Warning: Contains graphic images.                           terial safety data sheets. Accompanying guide available.
Accompanying guide available. 2004, 26 minutes.             1994, 15 minutes.
VHS No. 630083                                              VHS No. 630071

First Response: Head and Spinal Injuries                    Hazard Communication: You Need to Know
and Musculoskeletal Injuries                                Describes various settings in which health-care workers
Reviews how to help someone with head, spinal, bone         may come into contact with hazardous substances.
or muscle injuries. Also covers nosebleeds and eye inju-    Accompanying guide available. 1994, 17 minutes.
ries. Warning: Contains graphic images. Accompanying        VHS No. 630043
guide available. 2004, 24 minutes.
VHS No. 630085




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      Video descriptions
      Health and Hygiene Essentials for Industry                  Heat Stress: Real Accidents, Real Stories
      Reinforces the principles of good health and hygiene.       Describes the symptoms, effects and prevention of heat
      Discusses how infections are spread and how to guard        stress in both indoor and outdoor workplaces. Features
      against infectious diseases. Covers cleanliness at work,    accounts of two actual incidents of heat stress. 2010, 15
      personal hygiene, food hygiene, health and fitness, and     minutes.
      food for health. Accompanying guide available. 19 min-      DVD No. 430129
      utes.
      VHS No. 630051: 2005.                                       Heat Stress: Staying Healthy, Working Safely
      DVD No. 430051: 2006. Closed captioned.                     Discusses how employees can minimize the hazards of
                                                                  working in hot environments. Gives the symptoms of
      Health and Hygiene Essentials for the Office                several heat-related illnesses and recommended first aid.
      Reinforces the principles of good health and hygiene for    2008, 14 minutes.
      office workers. Discusses how infections are spread and     DVD No. 430002
      how to guard against infectious diseases. Covers cleanli-
      ness at work, personal hygiene, food hygiene, health and    Heat Stress for Public Employees: Seeing Red
      fitness, and food for health. Accompanying guide avail-     Teaches public employees about heat stress. Describes
      able. 2005, 19 minutes.                                     the symptoms of the different types of heat stress and
      VHS No. 630090                                              how to prevent and treat heat stress. Accompanying
                                                                  guide available. Closed captioned. 2008, 14 minutes.
      Heat Hazards                                                VHS No. 630028
      Identifies specific heat-related hazards and examines a     DVD No. 430028: Includes Spanish and Portuguese
      range of engineering and administrative controls as well    versions. Includes resource material.
      as individual behaviors that can reduce the risk of heat-
      related illnesses and injuries. Accompanying guide avail-   Heat Stress Prevention
      able. 2006, 17 minutes.                                     Demonstrates how our bodies handle heat, symptoms
      VHS No. 630098                                              of heat disorders and preventive measures to avoid heat
      DVD No. 430098                                              stress. Accompanying guide available. Closed captioned.
                                                                  1998, 14 minutes.
      Heat Related Illness: Prevention and Response               VHS No. 690044
      Describes the factors contributing to heat stress and the
      symptoms of heat-related illnesses. Recommends first-       Home Health Safety Orientation
      aid and prevention measures. Accompanying guide             Shows health-care workers how to recognize potential
      available. 2009, 8 minutes.                                 dangers of working in a home-care setting. Accompany-
      VHS No. 630001                                              ing guide available. 1996, 20 minutes.
      DVD No. 430001: Closed captioned.                           VHS No. 630046

      Heat Stress: Don’t Lose Your Cool                           How to Help Someone Who Uses
      Explains the risk factors for heat stress, symptoms and     a Wheelchair without Hurting Yourself
      types of heat disorders and control measures. Accompa-      Demonstrates techniques that use the principles of body
      nying guide available. Closed captioned. 14 minutes.        mechanics to assist someone in and out of a wheelchair.
      VHS No. 630091: 2000.                                       Geared to workers in home-care settings. Accompanying
      DVD No. 430091: 2005. Includes Spanish and Portu-                                ,
                                                                  guide available. 1997 24 minutes.
      guese versions. Includes resource material.                 VHS No. 630088

      Heat Stress: Preventative Measures                          Hypothermia & Frostbite
      Addresses the causes, symptoms and prevention of heat       Covers the signs and symptoms of hypothermia and
      stress disorders in both indoor and outdoor hot environ-    frostbite, preventive measures, such as appropriate
      ments. Accompanying guide available. 2008, 15 minutes.      clothing, and first-aid guidelines. 1998, 12 minutes.
      VHS No. 630120                                              VHS No. 630087
      DVD No. 430120: Includes Spanish version. Closed            DVD No. 430087
      captioned in both English and Spanish.




104
Infection Control in Home Healthcare:                        MRSA Awareness
Winning the Battle                                           Focuses on community-associated methicillin-resistant
Gives home health-care workers an introduction to infec-     staphylococcus aureus. Explains how it spreads, how to
tion control methods. Includes handwashing, personal         avoid exposure and what to do if you suspect you have
protective equipment, patient care procedures, cleanup,                                          ,
                                                             an infection. Closed captioned. 2007 11 minutes.
waste disposal and isolation procedures. Accompanying        VHS No. 630114
guide available. Closed captioned. 2006, 19 minutes.         DVD No. 430114: Includes resource material.
VHS No. 630105
DVD No. 430105: Includes Spanish version. Includes           MSDS for Healthcare
resource material.                                           Presents information to health-care workers on how to
                                                             read and understand material safety data sheets. Ac-
Infection Control in Long-Term Care: Protect Your            companying guide available. Closed captioned. 1995, 20
Residents, Protect Yourself                                  minutes.
Teaches those who work in long-term care facilities how      VHS No. 630044
to reduce the spread of infection. Discusses common in-
fections, how infections spread and recommended pre-         Medical Safety: New Concerns
cautions, including hand hygiene, PPE, cough etiquette,      for a Growing Problem
sharps safety and cleaning. Closed captioned. 2010, 20       Teaches corrections and detention officers in prisons and
minutes.                                                     jails how to prevent and control infectious diseases. In-
VHS No. 630130                                               cludes tuberculosis, hepatitis, sexually transmitted dis-
DVD No. 430130: Includes additional section on               eases and HIV. Accompanying guide available. 2001, 15
hand hygiene and gloves. Includes resource mate-             minutes.
rial.                                                        VHS No. 630101
                                                             DVD No. 430101
It’s Your Back: Don’t Break It —
Back Safety for Home Care Workers                            Needlesticks: Avoiding Exposure
Discusses the identification and correction of ergonomic     Focuses on sharps injury prevention for health-care
hazards of home health-care workers, prevention of back      workers. Covers work-practice controls, sharps disposal,
injury through good body mechanics and use of lifting        safer needle devices and exposure procedures. Includes
devices, exercises to improve physical fitness, and safe     Spanish version. Accompanying guide available. 2008,
lifting and transfer of patients. Accompanying guide         15 minutes.
available. 1996, 20 minutes.                                 VHS No. 630014
VHS No. 640036                                               DVD No. 430014: Closed captioned in both English
                                                             and Spanish.
New!                                                         Nursing Homes: Hazards and Solutions
Laboratory Safety Series: Safety Showers and Eye
Washes in the Laboratory                                     Explains OSHA’s nursing home initiative, focusing on
Demonstrates how to use safety showers and eye wash-         two areas — what OSHA compliance officers will do
es in an emergency. Geared to chemical laboratories but      during nursing home inspections and how to decrease
applicable to other workplaces as well. Accompanying         injuries to nurse’s aides from lifting and transferring resi-
guide available. Closed captioned. 2011, 9 minutes.          dents. Accompanying guide available. 2000, 17 minutes.
DVD No. 430132                                               VHS No. 630080

MRSA and VRE Precautions: Battling Superbugs                 Patient Lifting: Safe Strategies
Shows health-care workers how to stop the spread of          Encourages health-care workers to recognize risky lifting
antibiotic-resistant bacteria. Addresses patient treatment   tasks and change how they are performed. Demonstrates
procedures, hand hygiene and equipment decontamina-          techniques for transfers and repositioning. Accompany-
tion. Accompanying guide available. Closed captioned.                                                   ,
                                                             ing guide available. Closed captioned. 2007 16 minutes.
                                                             VHS No. 630123
     ,
2007 16 minutes.
                                                             DVD No. 430123: Includes Spanish version. Includes
VHS No. 630113
                                                             resource material.
DVD No. 430113: Includes Spanish and Portuguese
versions. Includes resource material.



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      Video descriptions
      Preventing the Spread of Contagious Illness                    Thermal Burns
      Presents recommended precautions to reduce the chanc-          Reviews the basics of first aid for burns caused by ex-
      es of being infected by swine flu, avian flu, severe acute     posure to heat. Accompanying guide available. 2004, 5
      respiratory syndrome (SARS) or methicillin-resistant           minutes.
      staphylococcus aureus (MRSA). Describes the symp-              VHS No. 630094
      toms and ways these illnesses are spread. Accompany-
      ing guide available. Closed captioned. 2009, 21 minutes.       Top Five Things You Need to Know About the Flu
      VHS No. 630003                                                 Recommends five measures viewers can take every day
      DVD No. 430003                                                 any time of year to protect themselves from colds and
                                                                     flu. Provides tips for maintaining a strong immune sys-
      Respirators: Your TB Defense and TB Respiratory                tem and staying healthy. 2009, 15 minutes.
      Protection: Administrator’s Review                             DVD No. 430128
      Contains two programs. The first is designed to educate
      health-care workers on proper TB respiratory protection.
      The second outlines eight steps health-care facilities
                                                                     New!
                                                                     Understanding & Preventing Heat-Related Illnesses
      should take to establish a respiratory protection program
                                                                     Familiarizes viewers with the symptoms of specific
      for tuberculosis. Accompanying guide available on CD-
                                                                     heat-related ailments and how to treat them. Describes
      ROM. 2002, 48 minutes.
                                                                     how heat affects the body and the precautions neces-
      DVD No. 430066
                                                                     sary when working in hot environments. Accompanying
                                                                     guide available. Closed captioned. 2011.
      Safe Lifting in Healthcare
                                                                     DVD No. 430135: 16 minutes.
      Explains body mechanics, how the back works and how
                                                                     DVD No. 430006: 9 minutes. Concise version.
      each health-care employee can make a proper decision
      when lifting, even in awkward or unusual situations.           Violence and Home Health Care:
      2000, 9 minutes.                                               Be Smart, Be Safe
      VHS No. 630067                                                 Presents safety practices that help home health-care
                                                                     workers recognize, avoid and de-escalate dangerous sit-
      Safety for Hospital Housekeepers
                                                                     uations while in the field. Accompanying guide available.
      Introduces the principles of housekeeping safety in hos-
                                                                     Closed captioned. 2005, 22 minutes.
      pitals, including the eight rules of cleaning safety and the   VHS No. 630109
                                     ,
      most common hazards. 2007 18 minutes.                          DVD No. 430109: Includes Spanish version. Includes
      VHS No. 630115                                                 resource material.
      VHS No. 630116: In Spanish.
      DVD No. 430115                                                 WSI: Bloodborne Pathogens
      DVD No. 430116: In Spanish.
                                                                     Reviews bloodborne pathogen infection control require-
                                                                     ments by featuring an investigation into how a worker
      New!                                                           became infected with Hepatitis B. For general industry.
      Safety Showers and Eye Washes                                  2006, 17 minutes.
      Presents an overview of eye washes and safety showers:         VHS No. 630104
      how they work, how to access and use them in an emer-          DVD No. 430104
      gency, and how to maintain them. Accompanying guide
      available. 2011, 12 minutes.                                   Winter Safety
      VHS No. 630007                                                 Discusses how to prevent and treat hypothermia and
      DVD No. 430007: Closed captioned.                              frostbite when working outdoors in cold weather.
                                                                     Accompanying guide available. 1993, 14 minutes.
      Slip, Slop, Slap                                               VHS No. 690091
      Gives outdoor workers information on recognizing skin          DVD No. 490091: Includes Spanish version. Includes
      cancer and preventing overexposure to sunlight. 1991, 7        resource material. Closed captioned.
      minutes.
      VHS No. 630010




106
Working Safely in Cold Weather                               Asbestos Awareness: Understanding the Risk
Describes the four major factors contributing to cold        Provides basic awareness of asbestos, its hazards and
stress as well as the symptoms, treatment and preven-        OSHA’s requirements to reduce exposure. Aimed at
tion of hypothermia and frostbite. Also discusses driving    those employees who perform custodial, maintenance
in winter weather. 2008, 15 minutes.                         or abatement duties. Accompanying guide available.
VHS No. 630121                                               Closed captioned. 2006, 26 minutes.
DVD No. 430121                                               VHS No. 690156
                                                             DVD No. 490156: Includes Spanish and Portuguese
Working Safely in Hot Environments                           versions. Includes resource material.
Shows how to prevent and respond to various heat-relat-
ed problems, how to recognize signs and symptoms of          Atmosphere-Supplying Respirators
heat stress, and how to administer first aid. Accompany-     Examines the use of atmosphere-supplying respirators,
ing guide available. 2002, 17 minutes.                       including when to use them, components, features of air-
VHS No. 630009                                               line and self-contained breathing apparatus respirators,
                                                             medical evaluation and fit testing, donning procedures,
                                                             care and maintenance. Accompanying guide available.
Industrial Hygiene                                           1998, 16 minutes.
                                                             VHS No. 620242
ANSI Material Safety Data Sheets
                                                             Auditory Transduction
Explains the standardized format of the American Nation-
                                                             Takes viewers on a computer-animated technical voy-
al Standards Institute (ANSI) material safety data sheet
                                                             age through the ear, illustrating how each part of the ear
which aims to make MSDSs easier to read. Describes
                                                                                                       ,
                                                             works to transmit sound to the brain. 2007 6 minutes.
how the 16 sections answer four basic questions about
                                                             DVD No. 420392
working safely with hazardous chemicals. Accompany-
                         ,
ing guide available. 2007 13 minutes.
VHS No. 690181                                               New!
DVD No. 490181: Closed captioned.                            Best of Charlie
                                                             Features Charlie Morecraft recounting his near-fatal acci-
Ammonia Safety                                               dent at an oil refinery and the continuing consequences
Explains what anhydrous ammonia is, its potential haz-       for himself and his family. 2010, 10 minutes.
ards and the correct safety procedures for working with      DVD No. 490118
                                      ,
it. Accompanying guide available. 2007 20 minutes.
VHS No. 690179                                               CSB Safety Videos
DVD No. 490179: Includes Spanish version. Closed             Presents 12 videos describing investigations of chemical
captioned in both English and Spanish.                       accidents by the U.S. Chemical Safety and Hazard Investi-
                                                             gation Board. Features computer simulations, analysis of
New!                                                         root causes and recommendations for prevention. 2007    ,
Are You Listening, Jim…?                                     126 minutes.
Stresses that hearing loss is both permanent and pre-        DVD No. 490202
ventable. Encourages viewers to protect their hearing
                                                             CSB Safety Videos 2005-2009, Disc One
on and off the job. Refutes common arguments against
                                                             Presents 14 videos describing investigations of chemical
hearing conservation measures. Accompanying guide
                                                             accidents by the U.S Chemical Safety Board, including
available. Closed captioned. 2011, 13 minutes.
DVD No. 420428                                               the 2005 explosion at the BP Texas City refinery. 2009,
                                                             208 minutes.
Asbestos Awareness                                           DVD No. 490215
Covers identifying sources of asbestos, biological effects
                                                             CSB Safety Videos 2005-2009, Disc Two
of asbestos, what to do if asbestos is released and gen-
                                                             Presents seven videos describing investigations of chem-
eral protective measures for asbestos-related work activi-
                                                             ical accidents by the U.S. Chemical Safety Board, includ-
ties. Designed for housekeeping, custodial and other per-
                                                             ing the 2008 explosion at the Imperial Sugar refinery in
sonnel. Accompanying guide available. 1995, 16 minutes.
VHS No. 620184                                               Port Wentworth, GA, and other combustible dust explo-
                                                             sions. 2009, 123 minutes.
                                                             DVD No. 490216
                                                                         ohiobwc.com                   1-800-OHIOBWC
      Video descriptions
      Caution: Foundry at Work                                       Chemical Spills Part 2: Control Procedures
      Describes the use of engineering controls such as ventila-     Explains how to contain and clean up an incidental chem-
      tion and isolation to protect foundry workers from such        ical spill (one that does not require a full-scale response
      hazards as silica dust, fumes, heat and noise. 1998, 10 min-   team). Accompanying guide available. 2001, 5 minutes.
      utes.                                                          VHS No. 690148
      VHS No. 690170
      DVD No. 490170: Includes Spanish version.                      Chlorine Safety for Water
                                                                     and Wastewater Operators
      Chemical Handling Safety: Corrosives                           Provides guidelines for the safe handling and use of
      Explains the hazards of solid, liquid and gaseous corro-       chlorine at water and wastewater treatment facilities. Ad-
      sives, safe handling, personal protective equipment and        dresses health effects, personal protective equipment,
      emergency response. Accompanying guide available.              transportation, connecting and disconnecting containers,
      Closed captioned. 2003, 17 minutes.                            minor leaks and site security. Includes resource material.
      VHS No. 690062                                                 2009, 30 minutes.
                                                                     DVD No. 490004
      Chemical Handling Safety: Flammables
      Demonstrates how to identify, handle and store flamma-         Chlorine System Safety
      ble materials, and how to respond to a spill, leak or fire.    Describes how to make systematic evaluation of a chlo-
      Accompanying guide available. Closed captioned. 2003,          rine system, determine problem areas and plan for
      17 minutes.                                                    emergencies. Accompanying guide available. 1993, 19
      VHS No. 690061                                                 minutes.
                                                                     VHS No. 690096
      Chemical Handling Safety: Solvents
      Covers health and fire hazards, and symptoms of expo-          Compressed Gas Cylinders
      sure to solvents. Provides precautions for handling, stor-     Presents safe work practices for the handling and use
      age and emergency response. Accompanying guide avail-          of compressed gas cylinders. Includes mechanical and
      able. Closed captioned. 2003, 16 minutes.                      chemical hazards, inspections, testing, storage and trans-
      VHS No. 690063                                                 portation. Accompanying guide available. 2000, 14 min-
                                                                     utes.
      Chemical Handling Safety: The Basics                           VHS No. 690034
      Introduces basic principles of chemical safety, including
      hazard identification, storage and handling, personal pro-     Compressed Gas Cylinders
      tective equipment and emergency procedures. Accompa-           Reviews the proper labeling, handling and storage of
      nying guide available. Closed captioned. 17 minutes.           compressed gas cylinders. 1995, 5 minutes.
      VHS No. 690060: 2003.                                          VHS No. 620207
      DVD No. 490060: 2004. Includes Spanish and Portu-
      guese versions. Includes resource material.                    Compressed Gases: Safe Handling
                                                                     Provides safe handling and storage information for com-
      Chemical Hazards in the Workplace                              pressed gases. Covers labeling, valves, leaks and the
      Presents basic training on hazardous chemicals, including      specific hazards of various types of compressed gases.
      chemical labels, material safety data sheets and the written   Accompanying guide available. 1995, 18 minutes.
      plan required by OSHA. Provides optional test segment at       VHS No. 690138
      end. Accompanying guide available. 2001, 20 minutes.
      VHS No. 690141                                                 Confined Space Case Histories
      DVD No. 490141: Closed captioned.                              Presents three case studies of confined space accidents
                                                                     and explains how they could have been prevented. 1995,
      Chemical Spills Part 1: Emergency Preparedness                 14 minutes.
      Discusses how to prepare for a chemical spill and how          VHS No. 620304
      to deal with a spill or release emergency. Accompanying
      guide available. 2001, 5 minutes.
      VHS 690147




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Confined Space Entry: Atmospheric Testing                    Confined Spaces: Dangerous Places
Educates viewers on the basics and importance of proper      Teaches how to work safely in and around confined
atmospheric testing techniques for confined spaces. In-      spaces. Covers the types of hazards, entry permit require-
cludes instrument calibration, pre-entry testing, moni-      ments and emergency rescue. Accompanying CD-ROM
toring and responding to hazards. Accompanying guide                                                     ,
                                                             and guide available. Closed captioned. 2007 26 minutes.
available. Closed captioned. 2010, 18 minutes.               VHS No. 620368
VHS No. 620409                                               DVD No. 420368: Includes resource material.
DVD No. 420409: Includes resource material.
                                                             Confined Spaces and the Entry Permit System
Confined Space Entry: Investigation                          Covers the confined space entry permit system, confined
Analyzes two confined space incidents to illustrate how      space hazards and the responsibilities of each of the team
to work safely in permit-required confined spaces. Ac-       members. Accompanying guide available. 2002.
companying guide available. Closed captioned. 2005, 22       VHS No. 620008: 16 minutes.
minutes.                                                     DVD No. 420008: 16 minutes. Closed captioned.
VHS No. 620362: Accompanying CD-ROM                          DVD No. 420011: 8 minutes. Closed captioned. Con-
available.                                                   cise version.
DVD No. 420362: Includes Spanish and Portuguese
versions. Includes resource material.                        Dealing with Hazardous Spills
                                                             Describes the five levels of HAZMAT training and the re-
Confined Space Entry: Keeping Public                         sponsibilities of each level. Demonstrates how to clean
Employees Safe                                               up a small spill. Accompanying guide available. 2001, 23
Describes the hazards of confined spaces and the proce-      minutes.
dures required for entry, including permits, atmospheric     VHS No. 690201
testing, equipment and the roles of the confined space       DVD No. 490201: Closed captioned.
entry team. Geared for government employees. Accom-
panying guide available. Closed captioned. 2010, 26 min-     Decon
utes.                                                        Teaches the principles of a decontamination operation for
VHS No. 620391                                               workers involved in cleanup actions at hazardous waste
DVD No. 420391: Includes resource material.                  sites, hazardous releases and spills. Accompanying guide
                                                             available. 1998, 17 minutes.
Confined Space Entry: Plan and Prepare                       VHS No. 690203
Helps employers understand what a confined space is,         DVD No. 490203
the hazards associated with it and the steps to follow to
maintain a safe work environment. Includes entry per-        Disposable Respirators: Exposure Control
mits, hazard controls, entry teams and rescue proce-         Discusses the proper use of disposable respirators, from
dures. Accompanying guide available. Closed captioned.       simple dust masks to disposable half-mask styles with
2010, 21 minutes.                                            cartridges. Covers fit testing, changing and voluntary use.
VHS No. 620408                                               Accompanying guide available. Closed captioned. 2002,
DVD No. 420408: Includes Spanish and Portuguese              11 minutes.
versions. Includes resource material.                        VHS No. 620108

Confined Space Rescue                                        Drum Handling
Introduces potential confined space rescue team per-         Covers the safe handling of drums, including content
sonnel to the requirements for joining an in-plant res-      identification and sampling, opening, moving and dis-
cue team. Part 1 covers training, hazard recognition and     posal. 1992, 18 minutes.
equipment. Part 2 covers technical rescue techniques,        VHS No. 690072
psychological aspects and teamwork. 1993, 34 minutes.
VHS No. 600004                                               First Response to Chlorine Exposures
                                                             Gives an overview of recommended first aid and medi-
Confined Space Ventilation                                   cal assistance for helping those who have had an acute
Explains mechanical ventilation of confined spaces, why      exposure to chlorine gas. 2006, 9 minutes.
it is necessary, when it is necessary and how to ventilate   DVD No. 490045
safely and effectively. Accompanying guide available.
Closed captioned. 2010, 20 minutes.
VHS No. 620416
DVD No. 420416: Includes resource material.
                                                                         ohiobwc.com                   1-800-OHIOBWC
      Video descriptions
      Global Harmonization: Worldwide                             Hazard Communication: Informed for Safety
      Hazard Communication                                        Emphasizes the importance of using material safety data
      Describes the Globally Harmonized System for the Clas-      sheets and container labels to learn about the physical
      sification and Labeling of Chemicals (GHS) created by       and health hazards of chemicals found in the workplace.
      the United Nations to standardize hazard communication      Describes best practices for working with chemicals.
      systems around the world. Accompanying guide avail-         Accompanying guide available. 2008, 15 minutes.
      able. Closed captioned. 2008, 15 minutes.                   VHS No. 690207
      VHS No. 690205                                              DVD No. 490207: Includes Spanish version. Closed
      DVD No. 490205: Includes Spanish and Portuguese             captioned in both English and Spanish.
      versions. Includes resource material.
                                                                  Hazard Communication: It’s Your Right to Know
      Haz Com – Your Right to Know                                Introduces the hazard communication standard, provid-
      Reviews the four components of the OSHA hazard com-         ing the basics of what employees need to know to read
      munication standard. 2001, 5 minutes.                       labels and work safely around hazardous materials. 2009,
      VHS No. 690143                                              21 minutes.
                                                                  DVD No. 490037
      Hazard Communication
      Teaches restaurant workers the basics of safely using       Hazard Communication: KHAZ Talk Radio
      chemicals and other hazardous materials, including how      Uses a talk radio show format to educate viewers about
      to read labels and material safety data sheets. 2010, 11    hazard communication and chemical safety. Covers la-
      minutes.                                                    bels, material safety data sheets, chemical hazards, safe
      VHS No. 690053                                              handling and accidental releases. Accompanying guide
      DVD No. 490053                                              available. 1998, 15 minutes.
      DVD No. 490054: In Spanish.                                 VHS No. 690144

      Hazard Communication                                        Hazard Communication: Real Accidents,
      Teaches employees the basics of chemical safety and         Real Stories
      hazard communication, including material safety data        Documents the importance of following hazard commu-
      sheets, container labels and the new Globally Harmo-        nication procedures. Features two workers relating how
      nized System. Accompanying CD-ROM and guide avail-          they were injured due to unlabeled containers and im-
      able. 2005, 16 minutes.                                     proper chemical storage. 2009, 11 minutes.
      VHS No. 690176                                              DVD No. 490092
      DVD No. 490176
                                                                  Hazard Communication: Regulation and Risk
      Hazard Communication: Behind the Scenes                     Presents introductory information about the hazard com-
      Covers in an entertaining fashion key elements of hazard    munication standard and the importance of working
      communication training for workers in general industry:     safely with chemicals. Explains how to use material safe-
      physical and health hazards of chemicals, chemical labels   ty data sheets and labels. Accompanying CD-ROM and
      and material safety data sheets. Accompanying guide         guide available. Closed captioned. 2006, 20 minutes.
      available. 2006, 21 minutes.                                VHS No. 690178
      VHS No. 690162: Closed captioned.                           DVD No. 490178: Includes resource material.
      DVD No. 490162
                                                                  Hazard Communication: Your Key to
      Hazard Communication: Elements of Safety                    Chemical Safety
      Provides an introduction to hazard communication. Cov-      Encourages employees to ask the following questions
      ers the requirements of OSHA’s hazard communication         about hazardous materials: What am I working with? Can it
      rule, chemical hazards, exposure limits, material safety    hurt me? How do I protect myself? What do I do if some-
      data sheets and labels. Closed captioned. 2006, 19 min-     thing goes wrong? Accompanying guide available. Closed
      utes.                                                       captioned. 2009, 13 minutes.
      VHS No. 690167                                              VHS No. 690002
      DVD No. 490167: Includes Spanish and Portuguese             DVD No. 490002
      versions. Includes resource material.




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Hazard Communication for Non-Industrial                       Hazardous Materials Labels
Employees                                                     Describes container labeling requirements for hazardous
Describes common office chemicals and how to work             materials. Covers Hazardous Materials Identification Sys-
around them safely. Discusses the requirements of             tem, National Fire Protection Association, Department of
OSHA’s hazard communication rule and explains mate-           Transportation and the Environmental Protection Agency
rial safety data sheets and labels. Accompanying guide        labeling systems. Accompanying guide available. 2002,
available. Closed captioned. 17 minutes.                      22 minutes.
VHS No. 690166: 2004.                                         VHS No. 690049
DVD No. 490166: 2005. Includes Spanish version.
Includes resource material.                                   Hazardous Substance Awareness
                                                              for Tradespeople: Electricians
Hazard Communication for Public Employees                     Tailors the importance of hazard communication to elec-
Presents an introduction to hazard communication and          tricians. Portrays potential physical and health hazards in
chemical safety that is geared to government employees        actual job settings. 1993, 12 minutes.
working in a variety of environments. Closed captioned.       VHS No. 620235
    ,
2007 18 minutes.
VHS No. 690175                                                Hazardous Substances –The Fundamentals
DVD No. 490175: Includes Spanish version. Includes            Provides an introduction to hazardous substances.
resource material.                                            Covers hazard awareness, minimizing exposures and the
                                                              roles of the organization and the individual employee.
New!                                                          Accompanying guide available. 2008, 9 minutes.
Hazard Communication Safety Essentials                        VHS No. 690210
Educates viewers on the basics of the hazard communi-         DVD No. 490210
cation standard and chemical safety, including routes of
                                                              HazCom: An Introduction to Material Safety
entry, the hierarchy of control, personal protective equip-
                                                              Data Sheets
ment and material safety data sheets.
                                                              Gives viewers basic information about material safety
Warning: Contains graphic reenactments.
                                                              data sheets. Accompanying guide available. 2001, 5 min-
Accompanying guide available. Closed captioned. 2009,
                                                              utes.
26 minutes.
                                                              VHS No. 690149
DVD No. 490501
                                                              HAZMAT Spills: Are You Ready?
Hazard Communications
                                                              Reviews emergency response to chemical spills — recog-
Contains two programs. Conducting a Chemical Haz-
                                                              nition, reporting and evacuation. Also discusses control
ard Determination (12 min.) explains how to inventory
                                                              and cleanup basics. 1994, 7 minutes.
chemicals in the workplace and determine which are haz-
                                                              VHS No. 690104
ardous. Chemical Hazard Information (17 min.) teaches
how chemicals enter the body and how to read chemical         HAZWOPER First Responder:
labels and material safety data sheets. Geared to mines       Awareness Level
but applicable to any industry. Includes resource mate-       Provides the information needed for the first responder
rial. 2003, 29 minutes.                                       awareness (level 1) of OSHA’s HAZWOPER standard. Ac-
DVD No. 490211                                                companying guide available. Closed captioned. 2002, 15
                                                              minutes.
Hazard Communications, Your Right to Know                     VHS No. 690069
Tailors the importance of hazard communication to au-
tomotive repair and fleet maintenance facilities. Portrays    HAZWOPER First Responder:
potential hazards in actual job settings. 2002, 12 minutes.   Operations Level
VHS No. 620288                                                Focuses on the training required for first responder op-
                                                              erations (level 2) of OSHA’s HAZWOPER standard. Ac-
Hazardous Chemicals                                           companying guide available. Closed captioned. 2002, 17
Encourages viewers to be familiar with chemicals in their     minutes.
workplaces, to read material safety data sheets and la-       VHS No. 690070
bels, to use personal protective equipment and to know
what to do in emergencies. Accompanying guide avail-
able. 2000, 5 minutes.
VHS No. 690142
                                                                          ohiobwc.com                   1-800-OHIOBWC
      Video descriptions
      Hearing Conservation: MSHA’s Part 62                        Hydrogen Sulfide Safety
      Emphasizes the importance of preventing hearing loss        Introduces safe work practices around hydrogen sulfide,
      from noise exposure through hearing conservation mea-       applicable to a variety of environments. Accompanying
      sures. Shows the proper way to wear hearing protectors.     guide available. 2002, 14 minutes.
      Geared to mines but applicable to any industry. Includes    VHS No. 690032
      Spanish version. 2002, 20 minutes.
      DVD No. 420397                                              Invisible Killer
                                                                  Describes where carbon monoxide is likely to be found,
      Hearing Conservation: The Facts                             symptoms of poisoning and first-aid procedures. Accom-
      Describes how hearing works, how hearing loss occurs        panying guide available. 1989, 6 minutes.
      and how to prevent it both on and off the job. Summariz-    VHS No. 620204
      es the elements of a hearing conservation program and
      compares the types of hearing protection available. In-     Laboratory Safety: The Finer Points
      cludes an appearance by Lou Ferrigno. 2010, 20 minutes.     Provides a general overview of laboratory safety, includ-
      VHS No. 620413                                              ing chemical fume hoods, emergency showers and eye-
      DVD No. 420413                                              wash stations, chemical storage and safe chemical use.
                                                                  Accompanying guide available. Closed captioned. 2002,
      Hearing Conservation Training for Employees                 17 minutes.
      Explains how noise exposure damages hearing and how         VHS No. 690084
      to prevent hearing loss through audiometric testing,
      hearing protection and reducing off-the-job noise expo-
                                                                  New!
      sure. Accompanying guide available. Closed captioned.       Laboratory Safety Series: Flammables and Explo-
      2008.                                                       sives in the Laboratory
      VHS No. 620393: 15 minutes.                                 Addresses the safe work practices required when work-
      DVD No. 420393: 15 minutes.
                                                                  ing with flammable and explosive chemicals in the labo-
      DVD No.420893: 10 minutes. Concise version.
                                                                  ratory. Includes ventilation, storage, disposal and spills.
                                                                  Accompanying guide available. Closed captioned. 2011,
      Hearing Video
                                                                  14 minutes.
      Uses the style of a humorous television science show to
                                                                  DVD No. 490232
      demonstrate how your ears work and the effects of haz-
                                        ,
      ardous noise on your hearing. 1997 19 minutes.
      VHS No. 620092                                              New!
                                                                  Laboratory Safety Series: Handling Compressed
      Hexavalent Chromium Awareness                               Gas Cylinders in the Laboratory
      Summarizes the requirements of OSHA’s hexavalent            Instructs lab workers on the safe handling of compressed
      chromium rule. Covers the health effects of hexavalent      gas cylinders. Covers the four compression methods, cyl-
      chromium and measures needed to reduce and monitor          inder storage, moving and installation, regulators, pres-
      exposure. Accompanying guide available. Closed cap-         sure relief devices and leak emergencies. Accompanying
      tioned. 2006, 17 minutes.                                   guide available. Closed captioned. 2011, 15 minutes.
      VHS No. 690168                                              DVD No. 490234
      DVD No. 490168: Includes Spanish and Portuguese
      versions. Includes resource material.
                                                                  New!
                                                                  Laboratory Safety Series: Orientation
      Hydrogen Sulfide Employee Training
                                                                  to Laboratory Safety
      Familiarizes viewers with the hazards of hydrogen sulfide
                                                                  Presents an overview of laboratory safety issues: per-
      and the precautions necessary to prevent exposure, in-
                                                                  sonal protective equipment, laboratory apparatus, lab
      cluding respiratory protection, warning sounds and sig-
                                                                  hoods, chemical storage, disposal and labels, house-
      nals and evacuation procedures. Accompanying guide
                                                                  keeping and emergencies. Accompanying guide avail-
      available. Closed captioned. 2010.
                                                                  able. Closed captioned. 2011, 12 minutes.
      DVD No. 490221: 21 minutes.
                                                                  DVD No. 490223
      DVD No. 490222: 10 minutes. Concise version.




112
New!                                                         Mold Awareness
Laboratory Safety Series: Planning                           Provides a general overview of the hazards of mold in
for Laboratory Emergencies                                   indoor environments. Addresses how to prevent and
Encourages lab workers to be prepared for emergen-           eliminate mold problems. Accompanying guide avail-
cies by becoming familiar with the emergency plan and        able. Closed captioned. 14 minutes.
knowing the steps to take in the event of a spill, fire or   VHS No. 690128: 2003.
                                                             DVD No. 490128: 2004. Includes Spanish version.
explosion. Covers spill cleanup, fire extinguishers, and
                                                             Includes resource material.
safety showers and eye washes. Accompanying guide
available. Closed captioned. 2011, 15 minutes.
                                                             NORM: Naturally Occurring Radioactive Materials
DVD No. 490233
                                                             Helps workers understand and manage naturally occur-
                                                             ring radiation exposure hazards. Emphasizes safe work
New!                                                         practices around NORM contamination. Accompanying
Laboratory Safety Series: Safe Handling                      guide available. Closed captioned. 2008, 14 minutes.
of Laboratory Glassware                                      VHS No. 690206
Reminds lab workers how to prevent glassware-related         DVD No. 490206: Includes Spanish and Portuguese
accidents. Covers glassware handling and cleanup pro-        versions. Includes resource material.
cedures, cutting and bending glass tubing, vacuum op-
erations and cleaning up after glassware accidents. Ac-      Noise and You
companying guide available. Closed captioned. 2011, 13       Presents an introduction/review of how noise affects
minutes.                                                     hearing, and how to avoid hearing loss by assessing
DVD No. 490236                                               noise levels, reducing noise and using hearing protec-
                                                             tion. Accompanying guide available. 2002, 19 minutes.
                                                             VHS No. 620106
New!
Laboratory Safety Series: The OSHA
                                                             PSM & RMP Awareness
Formaldehyde Standard
                                                             Gives an overview of the requirements of OSHA’s Pro-
Reviews the requirements of OSHA’s formaldehyde stan-
                                                             cess Safety Management standard and EPA’s Risk Man-
dard. Addresses health hazards, air monitoring, personal
                                                             agement Program regulation. Accompanying guide avail-
protective equipment, labels and emergencies. Accom-
                                                                       ,
                                                             able. 2007 14 minutes.
panying guide available. Closed captioned. 2011, 15 min-
                                                             VHS No. 690180
utes.
                                                             DVD No. 490180: Includes Spanish version. Closed
DVD No. 490235
                                                             captioned in both English and Spanish.
Lead! Treat It with Respect
                                                             Permit Required Confined Space Entry
Explains the dangers of lead exposure to workers and
                                                             Describes the hazards of confined spaces, entry proce-
their families, symptoms of lead poisoning and methods
                                                             dures, attendant responsibilities and rescue. Accompany-
to reduce exposure to lead. 1993, 17 minutes.
                                                             ing guide available. Closed captioned. 2001, 20 minutes.
VHS No. 620074
                                                             VHS No. 600029
Life or Death Series: Confined Space Entry
                                                             Process Safety Management: Solving the Puzzle
Re-enacts a confined space rescue, revealing how proper
                                                             Outlines 14 key components of process safety manage-
entry procedures were not followed, resulting in injury
                                                             ment, such as process-hazard analysis, training and me-
and death. Explains the requirements of a confined space
                                                             chanical integrity. 2001, 20 minutes.
entry program. Accompanying guide available. 1999.           VHS No. 690082
VHS No. 620400: 19 minutes.
DVD No. 420400: 19 minutes. Closed captioned.
                                                             Radiation Safety
DVD No. 420401: 8 minutes. Concise version.
                                                             Examines the hazards of ionizing radiation, how it is used
                                                             in industrial workplaces and safe work practices. Accom-
Material Safety Data Sheets
                                                             panying guide available. 1998, 15 minutes.
Assists viewers to read and interpret material safety data
                                                             VHS No. 620247
sheets. Describes important sections and commonly
used terms. Accompanying CD-ROM and guide avail-
                             ,
able. Closed captioned. 2007 18 minutes.
VHS No. 690177
DVD No. 490177

                                                                         ohiobwc.com                   1-800-OHIOBWC
      Video descriptions
      Radiation Safety: The Basics                                 Respiratory Protection: Another World
      Presents safety precautions for those who work around        Describes how the lungs work, hazardous atmospheres,
      radioactive materials. Describes types of radiation, bio-    the respirator selection process and respirator mainte-
      logical effects of exposure, monitoring, safe work prac-     nance. Accompanying CD-ROM and guide available.
      tices and emergency procedures. Accompanying guide           Closed captioned. 1998, 22 minutes.
      available. Closed captioned. 2005, 22 minutes.               VHS No. 620294
      VHS No. 690158
      DVD No. 490158: Includes Spanish and Portuguese              Respiratory Protection & Safety
      versions. Includes resource material.                        Teaches employees about the various kinds of airborne
                                                                   hazards and their potential effects on the body. Discusses
      Remember Charlie                                             the different types of respirators used to protect against
      Features Charlie Morecraft recreating his near-fatal acci-   these hazards and proper respirator use and care. Ac-
      dent at an oil refinery. Emphasizes the real consequences    companying guide available. 2006, 24 minutes.
      of failing to follow safety procedures. 2001, 56 minutes.    VHS No. 620358
      VHS No. 690134                                               DVD No. 420358: Closed captioned.
      DVD No. 490134: Closed captioned.
                                                                   Respiratory Protection Program: Employee Training
      Respiratory Protection                                       Introduces employees to the measures required when
      Describes the basics of respiratory protection, including    respirators are used, including medical evaluations, res-
      types of respirators, inspection and fit testing. Encour-    pirator selection, fit tests, seal checks and cleaning. Ac-
      ages users to take personal responsibility for using them    companying guide available. Closed captioned. 2007 16   ,
      correctly. Accompanying guide available. 2009, 12 min-       minutes.
      utes.                                                        VHS No. 620361
      VHS No. 620405                                               DVD No. 420361
      DVD No. 420405: Closed captioned.
                                                                   Respiratory Protection Program:
      Respiratory Protection                                       Employer Responsibilities
      Discusses how the respiratory system works, common           Presents key elements of a proper respiratory protection
      airborne hazards and the proper use, care and fit of res-    program as required by OSHA’s respiratory protection
      pirators. Accompanying CD-ROM and guide available.           standard. Geared to managers and supervisors. Accom-
      2006, 14 minutes.                                                                                           ,
                                                                   panying guide available. Closed captioned. 2007 20 min-
      VHS No. 620367                                               utes.
      DVD No. 420367                                               VHS No. 620360
                                                                   DVD No. 420360
      Respiratory Protection
      Covers the proper use of respirators, including inspec-      Safe Transportation of Hazardous
      tions and fit testing, as well as common respiratory         Materials: Driver Training
      hazards, types of respirators and written procedures. Ac-    Focuses on truck drivers transporting hazardous mate-
      companying guide available. 1998, 12 minutes.                rials. Covers pre-trip vehicle inspections, driving safety,
      VHS No. 620241                                               including with a trailer, and Department ofTransportation
                                                                   regulations. Accompanying CD-ROM and guide avail-
      Respiratory Protection: A Breath of Fresh Air                          ,
                                                                   able. 1997 16 minutes.
      Provides a thorough explanation for respirator users, in-    VHS No. 690123
      cluding selection, medical evaluation, fit testing, proper
      use, inspection, seal checking, disinfection and storage.    Safe Transportation of Hazardous
      Accompanying guide available. 18 minutes.                    Materials: Function Specific Training
      VHS No. 620284: 1998.                                        Presents basic Department of Transportation hazardous
      VHS No. 620285: 1999. In Spanish. Accompanying               materials regulatory information and describes common
      guide available in Spanish.                                  job functions required of various types of employees. Ac-
      DVD No. 420284: 2004. Includes Spanish and Portu-                                                            ,
                                                                   companying CD-ROM and guide available. 1997 20 min-
      guese versions. Includes resource material. Closed
                                                                   utes.
      captioned.
                                                                   VHS No. 690125



114
Safe Transportation of Hazardous                             Ten Steps to Chemical Safety
Materials: General Awareness Training                        Leads viewers through a general orientation to chemical
Provides a general introduction to the requirements for      safety and hazard communication, focusing on 10 basic
the safe transportation of hazardous materials. Accom-       steps. Accompanying guide available. 1998, 10 minutes.
panying CD-ROM and guide available. 1997 18 minutes.
                                          ,                  VHS No. 620130
VHS No. 690126
                                                             Think What If, Not If Only
Safe Transportation of Hazardous                             Tells the story of Ken Woodward who lost his sight due
Materials: Safety Training                                   to a chemical accident. Emphasizes how the accident af-
Reviews the types of chemical hazards and protective         fected his family and co-workers, and how it could have
measures, as well as emergency response information,         been prevented. 2002, 26 minutes.
including use of the emergency response guidebook. Ac-       VHS No. 690058
                                             ,
companying CD-ROM and guide available. 1997 13 min-
utes.                                                        Those Who Know Don’t Tell: The
VHS No. 690124                                               Ongoing Battle for Workers’ Health
                                                             Introduces viewers to the history of occupational health,
Silica Safety Awareness                                      showing how workers and health professionals have
Explains the risks of exposure to crystalline silica dust,   collaborated over the past century to make workplaces
what employers can do to ensure a healthy work envi-         healthier. 1989, 30 minutes.
ronment and best practices for those who work around         VHS No. 690135
silica. Accompanying guide available. 2008, 14 minutes.      DVD No. 490135
VHS No. 690209
DVD No. 490209: Includes Spanish version. Closed             Understanding the Hazard Classes
captioned in both English and Spanish.                       Provides a detailed description of the nine Department of
                                                             Transportation hazard classes, including recommended
Skin Care and Safety                                         actions for emergency responders during hazardous ma-
Discusses skin hazards, such as chemicals, sunlight and      terials incidents. Accompanying guide available. 1999, 44
sharp objects. Recommends six steps to follow to protect     minutes.
the skin, including personal protective equipment, good      VHS No. 690051
housekeeping and hygiene, and prompt medical atten-
tion. Accompanying guide available. 1991, 13 minutes.        What...?! Protecting Your Hearing
VHS No. 620292                                               Takes an entertaining approach to illustrate what hap-
                                                             pens to workers who ignore the signs of hearing loss and
Solid Waste Series: Hazard Communications                    what employees can do to protect their hearing while
Presents basic information about hazardous materials in      they still can. 2006, 14 minutes.
the workplace, including labels and material safety data     VHS No. 620341: Closed captioned. Accompanying
sheets. Geared to solid waste collection workers. 2009,      guide available.
12 minutes.                                                  VHS No. 620342: In Spanish. Accompanying guide
VHS No. 620015                                               available in Spanish.
DVD No. 420014                                               DVD No. 420341: Closed captioned. Accompanying
DVD No. 420015: In Spanish.                                  guide available.
                                                             DVD No. 420342: In Spanish. Accompanying guide
Solvents                                                     available in Spanish.
Highlights safe work practices for solvents. Covers physi-
                                                             What Hearing Loss Sounds Like
cal characteristics, health issues and personal protective
                                                             Replicates two basic types of hearing loss, conductive
equipment. Accompanying guide available. 2009, 7 min-
                                                             and noise-induced sensorineural, to demonstrate what
utes.
VHS No. 690036                                               hearing loss actually sounds like. 1995, 12 minutes.
DVD No. 490036                                               VHS No. 620269




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      Video descriptions
      Working Safely with Metalworking Fluids                        Bucket Truck Safety
      Explains the types of metalworking fluids, the potential       Describes how to minimize the risks of working with
      health hazards, appropriate work practices and basic           bucket trucks. Addresses inspections, electrical hazards,
      fluid management program. Accompanying guide avail-            fall protection and tip-over prevention. 2009, 12 minutes.
      able. 1997 15 minutes.
                ,                                                    VHS No. 620396
      VHS No. 620267                                                 DVD No. 420396

                                                                     Bucket Trucks
                                                                     Reviews safe work practices while using bucket trucks.
      Industrial Safety                                                  ,
                                                                     1997 5 minutes.
                                                                     VHS No. 620043
      Accident Investigation: Examining the Details
      Provides a thorough walk-through of the incident analy-        Bucket Trucks: Extending Your Safety
      sis process, including examining the accident scene,           Provides safe operating procedures for vehicle-mounted
      interviewing witnesses, reviewing records, analyzing           aerial devices, also known as bucket trucks. Includes in-
      information and communicating recommendations. Ac-             spection, personal protective equipment and electrical
      companying guide available. 2009, 19 minutes.                  safety. Accompanying guide available. Closed captioned.
      VHS No. 620019
                                                                     2005, 15 minutes.
      DVD No. 420019: Includes Spanish version. Closed
                                                                     VHS No. 620340
      captioned in both English and Spanish.
                                                                     DVD No. 420340: Includes Spanish and Portuguese
                                                                     versions. Includes resource material.
      Accident/Incident Investigation and Root Cause
      Analysis: Piecing It Together
                                                                     Building Successful Safety Teams: Together
      Uses an accident scenario to illustrate the elements of        Everyone Achieves More
      an accident investigation, including responsibilities, pro-    Discusses the process and principles of team building in
      cess, recommendations and corrective actions. Appro-           a behavior-based safety program. Features Scott Geller
      priate for both office and manufacturing. Accompanying         and interviews with employees about their experiences.
                            ,
      guide available. 1997 18 minutes.                              Accompanying guide available. Closed captioned. 1998,
      VHS No. 620293
                                                                     25 minutes.
                                                                     VHS No. 620298
      Aerial Lift Safety
      Describes the various types of aerial lifts, pre-operational
      inspections and safe use. Covers the use of fall protection    New!
      and the hazards of working near electrical lines. Accom-       Cell Phones in the Workplace:
                                                                     A Dangerous Distraction
      panying guide available. 14 minutes.
      VHS No. 600030: 1996. Closed captioned.                        Examines how sending and receiving text messages in
      DVD No. 400030: 2005. Includes Spanish version.                industrial workplaces can cause workers to lose focus, re-
      Closed captioned in English and Spanish.                       sulting in injuries. Accompanying guide available. Closed
                                                                     captioned. 2011.
      Band Saw Safety                                                DVD No. 421001: 15 minutes.
      Illustrates the standard operating procedures, potential       DVD No. 421002: 8 minutes. Concise version.
      hazards and best safety practices for band saws. Accom-
      panying quiz available. 1990, 7 minutes.                       Close Calls & Near Misses
      VHS No. 620258                                                 Stresses the importance of reporting all close calls and
                                                                     near-miss incidents so that proper action can be taken to
      Basics of Bulkhead Operations                                  improve work conditions and prevent injuries. Features
      Familiarizes viewers with the interior panels of railroad      several scenarios as examples. Accompanying guide avail-
      boxcars known as bulkheads, their basic components             able. 2002, 19 minutes.
      and issues unique to their safe operation. 2003, 14 min-       VHS No. 620023
      utes.                                                          DVD No. 420023: Closed captioned.
      VHS No. 620352




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Compressed Air Safety                                         Do It for Me!
Features four workplace incidents that illustrate the         Features children encouraging their parents to follow
hazards of compressed air. Covers dangers of cleaning         safety rules and wear safety gear at work. Accompanying
with compressed air, use of hearing protection in noisy                                              ,
                                                              guide available. Closed captioned. 2007 16 minutes.
environments, and inspection and maintenance of com-          VHS No. 620377
pressed air equipment and systems. Accompanying               DVD No. 420377
guide available. 2001, 15 minutes.
VHS No. 620357                                                Don’t Fall Down on the Job
DVD No. 420357: Closed captioned.                             Presents broad overview of fall prevention, covering slips,
                                                              trips, falls from elevation, floors, footwear, stairs, ladders
Contingency Training                                          and scaffolds, in a variety of workplaces. Accompanying
Addresses how new workers should learn what to do to          guide available. 2000, 18 minutes.
avoid injury in case something out of the ordinary hap-       VHS No. 620154
pens. 1995, 8 minutes.                                        DVD No. 420154
VHS No. 690109
                                                              Effective Safety Committees
Contractor and Visitor Awareness                              Contains two parts. Part 1 provides an orientation to safety
Focuses on making general industry employees aware of         committees appropriate for new safety committee mem-
the procedures and guidelines that should be followed         bers. Part 2 describes the safety improvement process
when contractors and visitors are on-site to ensure a         that safety committees can use to create the best solutions
safer environment for all. Accompanying guide available.      to improve safety. Accompanying CD-ROM and guide avail-
2008, 10 minutes.                                             able. 2001, 16 minutes.
VHS No. 620389                                                VHS No. 620336
DVD No. 420389: Includes Spanish version. Closed              DVD No. 420336
captioned in both English and Spanish.
                                                              Ensure Your Safety
Conveyor Safety in the Workplace                              Features motivational speaker John Drebinger in a series
Discusses the various hazards posed by conveyor sys-          of seven entertaining presentations dealing with a variety
tems and safe work practices. Features testimonials from      of safety issues, including distractions, shortcuts and per-
workers who have been injured by conveyors. Accompa-          sonal protective equipment. Accompanying CD-ROM and
nying guide available. 2002, 18 minutes.                                            ,
                                                              guide available. 2007 80 minutes.
VHS No. 620028                                                DVD No. 420382

Crane Safety: Overhead Operations                             Equipo de Proteccion Personal (PPE)
Presents safe work practices for operating overhead           Discusses the methods to assess hazards and choose ap-
cranes. Includes common terminology, daily inspections,       propriate personal protective equipment (PPE), and covers
and the use of slings and lifting attachments. Accompa-       the correct use, maintenance and storage. Also, stresses
nying guide available. 2007 19 minutes.
                           ,                                  the importance of wearing PPE in work situations at home.
VHS No. 620373                                                In Spanish. Accompanying guide available in Spanish. 1999,
DVD No. 420373: Includes Spanish version. Closed              19 minutes.
captioned in both English and Spanish.                        VHS No. 620266

Crane Work Rigging Techniques                                 Extra Effort for Safety Sake
Emphasizes the rigger’s responsibilities in the safe opera-   Reinforces the message that everyone is responsible and
tion of hydraulic industrial mobile cranes. Shows how to      accountable for safety with scenarios, statistics, preven-
inspect rigging and evaluate and secure the load. 1998,       tive techniques and a light touch. Accompanying CD-ROM
23 minutes.                                                   and guide available. 2004, 12 minutes.
VHS No. 620122                                                VHS No. 620365
                                                              DVD No. 420365
Dangers of Compressed Air
Examines the potential hazards of compressed air and
the injuries that can result from improper use. Discusses
the 12 rules for safely using compressed air. Accompany-
ing guide available. 2006, 9 minutes.
VHS No. 620348
DVD No. 420348
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      Video descriptions
      Eye Safety: No Second Chances                                 Falls in the Workplace
      Describes the common types of eye hazards and com-            Describes the types of falls in the workplace, causes, con-
      mon causes of eye injuries. Shows first aid for eye inju-     trol measures and preventive measures. Geared to gen-
      ries and prevention through proper use of eye protection.     eral industry workers. Accompanying guide available.
      Accompanying guide available. 1998, 19 minutes.               2000, 12 minutes.
      VHS No. 620248                                                VHS No. 620280
                                                                    DVD No. 420280
      Eye Safety Basics
      Covers a variety of eye hazards and eye injuries and how      First Step
      to prevent them by wearing appropriate eye protection.        Features a young woman who lost her leg in a workplace
      Includes first aid for chemical splashes. Contains graphic    accident emphasizing that the first step in not being hurt
      depictions of eye injuries. 2010, 12 minutes.                 is knowing that you can be. Geared to younger workers.
      VHS No. 620402                                                2008, 5 minutes.
      DVD No. 420402                                                VHS No. 620009
                                                                    DVD No. 420009
      Eye Safety Only Takes a Second and Lasts
      a Lifetime                                                    Foot Protection
      Stresses the importance of wearing proper eye protec-         Provides information on the types of safety footwear,
      tion in the workplace. Describes hazards and injuries         getting a proper fit, daily inspections and working safely
      from impact, heat, chemicals, dust and light. Developed       to prevent foot injuries. Accompanying guide available.
      for technical and vocational students. Accompanying guide     2006, 16 minutes.
      available. 2006, 9 minutes.                                   VHS No. 620345
      VHS No. 620351                                                DVD No. 420345: Includes Spanish version. Closed
                                                                    captioned in English and Spanish.

      New!                                                          Forklift Basics: Safe from the Start
      Fall Factors: Understanding & Preventing
                                                                    Provides a basic understanding of the design and func-
      Slips, Trips and Falls
                                                                    tion of forklift trucks. Covers truck types, controls, stabil-
      Explores the four factors involved in every fall. Describes
                                                                    ity, balance, maneuverability and how to do a pre-shift
      common slip and trip hazards and recommends safe
                                                                    inspection. Accompanying guide available. Closed cap-
      work practices and techniques to keep viewers upright,
                                                                    tioned. 2006, 22 minutes.
      stable and balanced. Accompanying guide available. 2011.
                                                                    VHS No. 620343
      VHS No. 620430: 19 minutes.
                                                                    DVD No. 420343: Includes Spanish and Portuguese
      DVD No. 420430: 19 minutes. Closed captioned.
                                                                    versions. Includes resource material.
      DVD No. 420431: 12 minutes. Closed captioned.
      Concise version.
                                                                    Forklift Case Histories: Serious Business
                                                                    Presents case histories of four forklift accidents and ex-
      Fall Protection: Elevated Platforms
                                                                    plains how they could have been prevented. 16 minutes.
      Discusses fall-protection issues when working on flatbed
                                                                    VHS No. 620307: 2000. Closed captioned.
      trailers, scissor lifts and overhead crane bridges. Reviews
                                                                    VHS No. 620308: 1995. In Spanish.
      the proper use of lanyards. Accompanying guide avail-         DVD No. 420307: 2005. Includes Spanish version.
                  ,
      able. 2007 15 minutes.                                        Includes resource material. Closed captioned.
      VHS No. 620372
      DVD No. 420372: Includes Spanish version. Closed              Forklift Fundamentals: Get the Facts
      captioned in both English and Spanish.
                                                                    Covers lift truck design and function, pre-use inspection
                                                                    and the physics of the load. Encourages operators to
      Fall Protection: Your Lifeline to Safety
                                                                    know their trucks and know their loads. 17 minutes.
      Provides an overview of the hazards of working at elevat-
                                                                    VHS No. 620309: 2002. Accompanying guide avail-
      ed locations and the importance of fall protection. Geared    able. Closed captioned.
      to mines but applicable to any industry. Includes Spanish     VHS No. 620310: 1998. In Spanish. Accompanying
      version. 2000, 12 minutes.                                    guide available in Spanish.
      DVD No. 420398                                                DVD No. 420309: 2004. Includes Spanish and Portu-
                                                                    guese versions. Includes resource material. Accom-
                                                                    panying guide available. Closed captioned.


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Forklift Maneuvers: All the Right Moves                           Forklift Safety: Operation
Aims to make forklift operators safer and more efficient.         Covers the following points of safe forklift operation:
Covers operating conditions and stability, load manipula-         principles of how a forklift works, capabilities of the truck,
tion, traffic and pedestrians, lifting people and hazardous       loads, safe operation, skills, protecting others and oper-
conditions. Accompanying guide available. Closed cap-             ating area. Accompanying guide available. 1996, 18 min-
tioned. 2006, 26 minutes.                                         utes.
VHS No. 620344                                                    VHS No. 620206
DVD No. 420344: Includes Spanish and Portuguese
versions. Includes resource material.                             Forklift Safety: Refueling Procedures
                                                                  Describes how to safely refuel forklift trucks and provides
Forklift Operations: Carry the Load                               preventive maintenance tips. Covers electric, gasoline,
Presents basic safety rules for safe operation of forklift        diesel and propane. Accompanying guide available. Closed
trucks. Addresses surface conditions, loads and stability,        captioned. 2002, 11 minutes.
as well as special conditions and special hazards. 1998,          VHS No. 620303
18 minutes.
VHS No. 620315: Accompanying guide available.                     Forklift Safety: The Experienced Operator
Closed captioned.                                                 Reminds forklift operators of the importance of safe op-
VHS No. 620314: In Spanish. Accompanying guide                    eration, reviewing expectations, responsibilities, skills
available in Spanish.
                                                                  and techniques. Features scenes of the Air Force Thun-
                                                                  derbirds. 2006, 13 minutes.
Forklift Operations: Safety Driven
                                                                  VHS No. 620026
Provides general guidelines for safely operating a pow-           DVD No. 420026
ered industrial truck. Covers daily inspections, maintain-
ing stability, driving and handling loads. Accompanying           Forklift Safety: The Responsible Operator
CD-ROM and guide available. 2009, 16 minutes.                     — Operations
VHS No. 620407                                                    Presents information on the types of forklift trucks, load
DVD No. 420407: Includes Spanish version. Closed                  capacity, stability triangle, pre-operational inspection,
captioned in both English and Spanish.
                                                                  and refueling and recharging. Accompanying guide avail-
                                                                  able. 1998, 12 minutes.
New!                                                              VHS No. 620255
Forklift Safety
Stresses for experienced operators the importance of              Forklift Stability Essentials
and responsibility for the safe operation of their lift trucks.   Trains operators in the principles of forklift stability. Cov-
Reviews the major components of the truck, the stability          ers the stability triangle, longitudinal, lateral and dynamic
triangle and safe operating rules. 2011, 17 minutes.              stability, load capacity and tip-over procedures. Accom-
VHS No. 620044                                                    panying guide available. 2006, 18 minutes.
DVD No. 420044                                                    VHS No. 620350
                                                                  DVD No. 420350
Forklift Safety: Best Operating Practices
Encourages viewers to recognize and avoid potential               Frontline: A Dangerous Business Revisited
hazards present whenever a lift truck is operated. The            Features Frontline’s investigation of the McWane Corpo-
most common hazards are the three Ps: people, property            ration, an iron pipe foundry that routinely violated health,
and pathway. 2003, 14 minutes.                                    safety and environmental regulations. Revisits McWane
VHS No. 620311: Accompanying guide available.                     five years later after the company made a dramatic turn-
Closed captioned.                                                 around. Closed captioned. 2008, 60 minutes.
VHS No. 620312: In Spanish. Closed captioned in                   DVD No. 420383
English.
                                                                  Good Safety Habits and Accident
Forklift Safety: Inspection                                       Prevention Techniques
Demonstrates the proper pre-operational inspection of             Provides a general overview of workplace safety, using
forklift trucks. Includes refueling and recharging proce-         examples from both industry and office. Covers house-
dures. Accompanying guide available. 1996, 20 minutes.            keeping, tools, chemicals and positive attitude. 1998, 17
VHS No. 620205                                                    minutes.
                                                                  VHS No. 620244

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      Video descriptions
      Grinding                                                      Handle With Care: Forklift Safety Training
      Illustrates the proper handling and selection of grinding     Aims to raise forklift operators’ everyday safety aware-
      wheels, pre-operational setup and safe work practices.        ness. Covers inspections, stability, safe operation, and
      Accompanying quiz available. 1990, 6 minutes.                 loading trucks and trailers. Accompanying guide avail-
      VHS No. 620153                                                able. Closed captioned. 2008, 20 minutes.
                                                                    VHS No. 620390
      Hand and Power Tool Safety                                    DVD No. 420390
      Covers the safe use of hand and power tools, including
      proper personal protective equipment, pre-use inspec-         Hazard Recognition for Utility Workers
      tion and the special hazards of different types of tools.     Helps utility workers recognize and control hazards. Cov-
      Accompanying guide available. 2005, 15 minutes.               ers common unsafe conditions and acts. Accompanying
      VHS No. 620332: Closed captioned.                             guide available. Closed captioned. 2004, 18 minutes.
      DVD No. 420332: Includes Spanish version. Closed              VHS No. 620295
      captioned in English and Spanish.
                                                                    Hazards of Long Hair, Loose Clothing & Jewelry
      Hand Aware                                                    Explains how long hair, loose clothing and jewelry can
      Describes how to avoid hand injuries. Covers machine          get tangled in moving parts and machinery, and how to
      operation, repetitive motion, gloves, hand tool use, and      prevent these types of accidents. Accompanying guide
      carrying and stacking. Accompanying guide available.          available. 2000, 13 minutes.
      2002, 18 minutes.                                             VHS No. 620005
      VHS No. 620084                                                DVD No. 420005: Closed captioned.
      DVD No. 420084: Closed captioned.
                                                                    Height Safety Essentials
      Hand Injury Prevention: You Control It                        Presents information about working safely at height for
      Educates employees on the different types of hand inju-       both general industry and construction, with examples
      ries that can occur, recognition of common hand hazards       of common accidents. Covers risk assessment, scaffolds,
      and preventive measures. Accompanying CD-ROM and              ladders and elevated work platforms. Accompanying
      guide available. 2005, 12 minutes.                            guide available. 2006, 20 minutes.
      VHS No. 620366                                                VHS No. 620376
      DVD No. 420366                                                DVD No. 420376: Closed captioned.

      Hand Safety: It’s In Your Hands                               High Impact Metal Working Safety
      Explains how to choose the right gloves to wear to reduce     Provides graphic re-enactments of 10 accidents to illus-
      hazards to the hands. Covers common hand hazards,             trate the need to follow safety procedures in metal work-
      such as machines and chemicals, and shows the various         ing shops. Accompanying guide available. 1996, 18 min-
      types of gloves and how to care for them. Accompanying        utes.
      guide available. Closed captioned. 2006, 16 minutes.          VHS No. 620006
      VHS No. 620339
      DVD No. 420339: Includes Spanish and Portuguese               High Impact Power Tool Safety
      versions. Includes resource material.                         Presents graphic portrayals of accidents and the testimo-
                                                                    ny of experienced maintenance mechanics to encourage
      Hand Tools                                                    the safe use of portable power tools, such as drills, sand-
      Demonstrates safe work practices relating to a number of      ers, grinders and saws. Accompanying guide available.
      basic hand tools, including wrenches, screwdrivers, pli-      2001, 19 minutes.
      ers and hammers. Made in Australia. 1989, 16 minutes.         VHS No. 620062
      VHS No. 620300
                                                                    High Impact Welding Safety
      Hand, Wrist and Finger Safety                                 Recreates six accidents to illustrate potential hazards of
      Uses a television news show scenario to present infor-        welding and cutting operations. Also covers personal
      mation on hand, wrist and finger safety, including causes     protective equipment, equipment use, ventilation and
      of injuries, hazards and cumulative trauma disorders. 1997,   the handling of cylinders. Accompanying guide available.
      12 minutes.                                                       ,
                                                                    1997 17 minutes.
      VHS No. 620219                                                VHS No. 620270



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Hoists and Slings                                            In The Blink of an Eye
Demonstrates safety practices applicable to all types of     Encourages the use of safety eyewear. Includes personal
hoists and slings, including inspections and proper use,     stories of eye accidents and near-misses. Narrated by
care and storage. Accompanying guide available. 2000,        Richard Karn. Accompanying guide available. 1996, 11
14 minutes.                                                  minutes.
VHS No. 620275                                               VHS No. 620232

Hooked on Safety: My World with Billy Robbins                Incident Investigation
Features Billy Robbins describing his own workplace ac-      Describes the purpose of incident investigation and the
cident and urging the creation of accident-free workplac-    skills and techniques required. Discusses how to iden-
es through motivation and commitment. Accompanying           tify root causes of incidents and develop corrective mea-
                                        ,
guide available. Closed captioned. 2007 18 minutes.          sures. Accompanying CD-ROM and guide available. 2007    ,
VHS No. 620380                                               18 minutes.
DVD No. 420380                                               VHS No. 620364
                                                             DVD No. 420364
Housekeeping
Stresses the importance of taking housekeeping serious-      Incident Investigation: Once Is Enough
ly and seeing it as a part of the job. Covers housekeep-     Teaches managers and safety teams four critical steps to
ing hazards and methods. Accompanying CD-ROM and             incident investigation. Shows how to uncover the root
guide available. Closed captioned. 2004, 12 minutes.         cause of an incident and determine corrective actions to
VHS No. 620319                                               prevent recurrence. Accompanying guide available. 1999,
DVD No. 420319                                               18 minutes.
                                                             VHS No. 660202
Housekeeping
Explains how good housekeeping in the workplace can          Industrial Crane Safety
prevent injuries and increase productivity. Covers com-      Offers crane operators an introduction to the safe op-
mon hazards created by poor housekeeping. Accompa-           eration of cranes, including pre-operational inspections,
nying guide available. 2004, 5 minutes.                      rigging components and making the lift. Accompanying
VHS No. 620317                                                                    ,
                                                             guide available. 2007 21 minutes.
                                                             VHS No. 620353
Housekeeping: It Ain’t Like the Movies                       DVD No. 420353: Closed captioned.
Addresses the importance of industrial housekeeping,
covering clutter, trash, storage, and spills and leaks, in   Inspection, Care and Storage of Slings
preventing workplace accidents. 1995, 15 minutes.            Presents the fundamental principles of the safe use of
VHS No. 620302: Accompanying guide available.                chain slings, wire rope slings and fiber slings. 1994, 16
Closed captioned.                                            minutes.
VHS No. 620306: In Spanish.                                  VHS No. 600057

Housekeeping and Teamwork in Industry                        Introduction to Workplace Safety
Re-creates situations involving poor housekeeping to         Provides a safety orientation for new employees. Dis-
demonstrate how housekeeping and teamwork are the            cusses hazard identification and control, personal protec-
keys to working safely and productively. Accompanying        tive equipment, training and the roles of employee and
guide available. 1999, 18 minutes.                           management in the organization’s safety culture. Accom-
VHS No. 620325                                                                             ,
                                                             panying guide available. 2007 13 minutes.
                                                             VHS No. 620355
I Chose to Look the Other Way                                VHS No. 620354: In Spanish.
Encourages employees to speak up about unsafe acts.          DVD No. 420355: Closed captioned.
Based on the safety poem by Don Merrell, tells the story     DVD No. 420354: In Spanish.
of a worker who chose to look the other way and allowed
the death of a co-worker to occur. Accompanying guide
available. 2002, 12 minutes.
VHS No. 620029
DVD No. 420029: Closed captioned.



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      Video descriptions
      Just a Second Ago: The Brad Livingston Story                   Laser Safety: The Blink of an Eye
      Features Brad Livingston relating how a decision to take       Discusses how to work safely around lasers, including
      a shortcut led to the death of a co-worker, life-changing      hazards, the classification system, the laser safety offi-
      injuries to himself, and grief and trauma to his family. Ac-   cer, engineering controls and eye safety. Accompanying
      companying guide available. Closed captioned. 2009, 21                                                ,
                                                                     guide available. Closed captioned. 2007 21 minutes.
      minutes.                                                       VHS No. 690050
      VHS No. 620018                                                 DVD No. 490050: Includes Spanish and Portuguese
      DVD No. 420018                                                 versions. Includes resource material.

      Just Another Day                                               Leading Indicators: It’s the Little Things with Jeff
      Offers an opportunity for viewers to spot the hazards          “Odie” Espenship
      as they watch five experienced workers encounter risky         Features an Air Force fighter pilot discussing his experi-
      situations during a typical day. Closed captioned. 2009,       ences involving shortcuts, snap decisions and compla-
      20 minutes.                                                    cency and how they relate to common workplace situa-
      VHS No. 620004: Accompanying checklist available.              tions. Accompanying guide available. 2008, 27 minutes.
      (Request the checklist to take full advantage of this          VHS No. 620277
      video.)                                                        DVD No. 420277: Closed captioned.
      DVD No. 420004: Includes Spanish and Portuguese
      versions. Includes resource material.                          Lessons Learned from Hand Injuries
                                                                     Features re-enactments of workplace hand injury inci-
                                                                     dents to encourage safe work practices. Covers protec-
      New!
      Knife Safety in the Workplace                                  tive gloves, nip points, entanglement hazards, assist de-
      Presents safe work practices for a variety of industrial and   vices, and hand and power tools. Accompanying guide
      food-processing knives. Covers sharpening and chang-           available. Closed captioned. 2010.
                                                                     VHS No. 620086: 19 minutes.
      ing blades, the hazards of dull blades, cut-resistant gloves
                                                                     DVD No. 420086: 19 minutes.
      and the consequences of knife injuries. Accompanying
                                                                     DVD No. 420090: 10 minutes. Concise version.
      guide available. 2004.
      VHS No. 620421: 16 minutes.
                                                                     Line Breaking: Plan for Success
      DVD No. 420421: 16 minutes. Closed captioned.
                                                                     Emphasizes the importance of proper planning and prep-
      DVD No. 420422: 10 minutes. Closed captioned.
      Concise version.                                               aration for a line breaking operation. Explains how to
                                                                     safely perform a line break. Accompanying guide avail-
      “Knock It Off” with Jeff “Odie” Espenship                      able. Closed captioned. 2010, 19 minutes.
      Features two military fighter pilots explaining how two        VHS No. 620417
                                                                     DVD No. 420417: Includes Spanish and Portuguese
      concepts used in the military allowing anyone to speak
                                                                     versions. Includes resource material.
      up about non-compliance with rules can also apply to
      workplace safety in any environment. Accompanying
                                                                     Listen Up: Commit to Receive Feedback
      guide available. Closed captioned. 2010, 16 minutes.
                                                                     Helps employees learn how to respond to safety-related
      VHS No. 620403
                                                                     feedback they receive from others. Accompanying guide
      DVD No. 420403
                                                                     and CD-ROM available. 2002, 9 minutes.
                                                                     VHS No. 620289
      Ladder Safety
      Describes the guidelines and procedures for safely using
                                                                     Machine Guard Awareness
                            ,
      portable ladders. 2007 10 minutes.
                                                                     Teaches employees to recognize the hazards of machines
      VHS No. 620378
      DVD No. 420378                                                 and their moving parts, understand the purpose and
                                                                     function of machine guards and follow safe work prac-
      Ladder Safety: Every Step Counts                               tices. Accompanying guide available. 2008, 14 minutes.
      Explains how to properly select, set up, use and main-         VHS No. 620381
                                                                     DVD No. 420381: Includes Spanish version. Closed
      tain portable ladders. Contains a short segment on fixed
                                                                     captioned in English and Spanish.
      ladders and mobile ladder stands. Accompanying guide
      available. Closed captioned. 2005, 16 minutes.
      VHS No. 600031
      DVD No. 400031: Includes Spanish version. Closed
      captioned in English and Spanish.

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Machine Guarding                                             Mechanical Power Press Safety:
Demonstrates the types of hazards associated with ma-        Don’t Press Your Luck
chine operation; the purpose, function and types of ma-      Explains the types of guards and devices used to safe-
chine guards; and safe work practices. Accompanying          guard mechanical power presses. Also covers safe op-
guide available. 1999, 12 minutes.                           eration, inspection and maintenance. 1996, 14 minutes.
VHS No. 620254                                               VHS No. 620187

Machine Guarding Project                                     New!
Discusses the machine guarding of equipment used in          Mill Safety and Rescue in the Rubber Industry
the printing industry. Produced in partnership with the      Emphasizes the importance of an effective mill rescue
Printing Industries of Southern Ohio, OSHA and BWC’s         program and describes the mill rescue kit, team, proce-
Division of Safety & Hygiene. Accompanying guide avail-      dures and drills. Demonstrates the mill breaking or roll
able. 1995, 29 minutes.                                      opening rescue method and explains the mill reversal
VHS No. 620193                                               method. Includes Spanish version. Must be played in a
                                                                            ,
                                                             computer. 1997 18 minutes.
Machine Shop Safety                                          DVD No. 420429
Illustrates the importance of recognizing hazards and fol-
lowing good work practices in machine shops. Includes        More High Impact Forklift Safety
housekeeping, machine guards, personal protective            Examines several tragic lift truck incidents and shows
equipment and proper dress. Accompanying guide avail-        how to avoid similar scenarios by following safe oper-
able. 1991, 20 minutes.                                      ating practices. Emphasizes operator responsibility. Ac-
VHS No. 620057                                               companying guide available. 2004.
                                                             VHS No. 620411: 20 minutes.
Machine Shop Safety                                          DVD No. 420411: 20 minutes. Closed captioned.
Stresses the importance of good housekeeping, safe           DVD No. 420412: 10 minutes. Closed captioned.
work practices and personal protective equipment in ma-
chine shops. Closed captioned. 1996, 8 minutes.              Newcomers
VHS No. 620214                                               Provides an opportunity for viewers to spot the hazards
                                                             and mistakes as they watch five employees address the
Machines, Operators and Guards:                                                                                  ,
                                                             challenges of their new jobs. Closed captioned. 2007 21
Real Accidents, Real Stories                                 minutes.
Emphasizes the importance of working safely with ma-         VHS No. 620370: Accompanying checklist available.
chines and using the guards provided as intended. Il-        (Request the checklist to take full advantage of this
lustrates these points with two incidents where com-         video.)
placency and shortcuts led to injury and death. 2008, 15     DVD No. 420370: Includes Spanish version. Includes
minutes.                                                     resource material.
VHS No. 620386
DVD No. 420386                                               Now, More Than Ever
                                                             Features Charlie Morecraft speaking on how taking
Maintaining Your Safety                                      responsibility for your own safety and the safety of co-
Focuses on best safety practices for industrial mainte-      workers is more important than ever after the events of
nance workers. Covers lockout/tagout, electrical work,       September 2001. 2002, 25 minutes.
ladders, elevated work platforms, fall arrest equipment,     VHS No. 620007
tools and resisting the pressure to “fix it fast. Accompa-
                                                ”            DVD No. 420007
nying guide available. Closed captioned. 2010.
VHS No. 620065: 20 minutes.                                  OSHA: An Introduction
DVD No. 420065: 20 minutes.                                  Presents an overview of OSHA, addressing its purpose,
DVD No. 420066: 10 minutes. Concise version.                 standards, general duty clause, inspections and citations,
                                                             multi-employer work sites, etc. Accompanying guide
Manual Pallet Jack Safety                                    available. Closed captioned. 2004, 19 minutes.
Shows how to safely operate hydraulic pallet jacks and       VHS No. 620296
manual pallet trucks, including pre-operational inspec-      DVD No. 420296: Includes Spanish version. Includes
tion, load lifting and moving techniques and proper body     resource material.
mechanics. Accompanying guide available. 1995, 8 min-
utes.
VHS No. 620384
DVD No. 420384

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      Video descriptions
      One for All: Teamwork the Meerkat Way                         New!
      Features the survival skills of meerkats to illustrate the    PPE: Wear It for You (David’s Been Hurt)
      importance of teamwork and interdependence in creat-          Features the true story of David Dyck, a worker whose life
      ing a successful safety culture. Closed captioned. 2006,      was saved by the personal protective equipment (PPE)
      15 minutes.                                                   he was wearing. Challenges viewers to wear PPE for our-
      VHS No. 620359                                                selves and our families. Accompanying guide available.
      DVD No. 420359: Includes Spanish and Portuguese
                                                                    2011, 12 minutes.
      versions. Includes resource material.
                                                                    DVD No. 420017
      Operating Electric Pallet Jacks Safely
                                                                    PPE: Your Defensive Line
      Discusses how to operate electric-powered pallet jacks
                                                                    Describes the various types of personal protective equip-
      safely, so operators can deliver their loads while avoid-
                                                                    ment (PPE) and how to use them properly. Includes PPE
      ing injury and property damage. Covers both walkie and
                                                                    for eyes and face, head, hearing, hands and feet. Accom-
      rider pallet trucks. Accompanying guide available. 2005,
                                                                    panying guide available. 2008, 20 minutes.
      15 minutes.                                                   VHS No. 620387
      VHS No. 620335                                                DVD No. 420387: Includes Spanish version. Closed
                                                                    captioned in both English and Spanish.
      Orderpicker Safety
      Focuses on best safety practices for orderpickers, includ-
      ing the use of fall protection. Covers how the truck works,   New!
                                                                    PPE Essentials
      how to perform inspections and how to operate the truck
                                                                    Explains the role of personal protective equipment (PPE)
      safely. Accompanying CD-ROM and guide available. Closed
                                                                    in minimizing the risks of injury. Covers the following
      captioned. 2002, 9 minutes.
      VHS No. 620318                                                types of PPE and the hazards they address: head, foot,
      DVD No. 420318                                                hand/arm, eye/face, hearing, body, respiratory and fall
                                                                    protection. Contains graphic re-enactments of injuries.
      Orientation to Workplace Safety                               Accompanying guide available. Closed captioned. 2008,
      Provides an introduction to good safety habits and            24 minutes.
      awareness, stressing the importance of having a positive      DVD No. 420419
      safety attitude. 1998, 16 minutes.
      VHS No. 620245                                                Pallet and Skid Safety
                                                                    Presents information on the different types, weight ca-
      Overhead Crane Safety                                         pacities and wood quality of wooden skids and pallets.
      Gives thorough review of the safe operation of overhead       Demonstrates safe handling guidelines. Accompanying
      cranes. Covers types of cranes, inspection, operation and     guide available. 2008, 14 minutes.
      rigging. Accompanying guide available. 2002, 22 min-          VHS No. 620388
      utes.                                                         DVD No. 420388: Includes Spanish version. Closed
      VHS No. 620061                                                captioned in both English and Spanish.

      PPE: Don’t Start Work Without It                              Pedestrian Safety in Industry
      Emphasizes the importance of personal protective equip-       Encourages increased awareness of walking hazards
      ment (PPE). Covers PPE for eyes and face, hearing, head,      in the industrial environment. Covers workplace signs,
      hands and feet. Accompanying CD-ROM and guide avail-          slips and falls, material handling equipment, overhead
      able. Closed captioned. 13 minutes.                           hazards and parking lots. Accompanying guide available.
      VHS No. 620320: 2003.                                         2000, 17 minutes.
      DVD No. 420320: 2005. Includes Spanish and Portu-             VHS No. 620356
      guese versions. Includes resource material.                   DVD No. 420356: Closed captioned.

      PPE: Head to Toe                                              Pedestrian Safety Training
      Reviews the basics of personal protective equipment,          Alerts pedestrians to the hazards of working around pow-
      including employer and employee responsibilities. Ad-         ered industrial truck traffic and offers suggestions to help
      dresses PPE for head, eyes, hearing, breathing, body,         them work safely. Includes Spanish version. Accompany-
      hands and feet. Accompanying guide available. Closed                                     ,
                                                                    ing guide available. 1997 7 minutes.
      captioned. 2007 15 minutes.
                     ,                                              DVD No. 420394
      VHS No. 620395
      DVD No. 420395
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Personal Fall Protection: One Step Beyond                        Powered High Lift Trucks: Order Picker Safety
Covers OSHA’s fall protection standard and good safety           Discusses the general features of order pickers, fall pro-
practices for using personal fall protection systems. Suit-      tection gear, pre-use inspections and safe operation of
able for general industry and construction. Accompany-           these high lift trucks. Accompanying guide available.
ing guide available. Closed captioned. 1998, 13 minutes.         1999, 15 minutes.
VHS No. 600076                                                   VHS No. 620257

                                                                 Powered Low-Lift Trucks:
New!                                                             Walkie and Walkie/Rider Safety
Personal Protective Equipment: Real Accidents,
                                                                 Reviews OSHA training requirements for powered low-
Real Stories
                                                                 lift trucks. Demonstrates the types of walkies and walkie/
Features the stories of three workers who sustained life-
                                                                 riders, basics of safe operation, load handling, traveling
altering injuries as a result of not wearing necessary per-
                                                                 and pre-operational inspection. Accompanying guide avail-
sonal protective equipment. 2011, 15 minutes.
                                                                 able. 1999, 16 minutes.
DVD No. 420067
                                                                 VHS No. 620252
Personal Protective Equipment: The Right Choice!
                                                                 Practical Approach to Ladder Safety
Introduces the types of personal protective equipment
                                                                 Provides basic precautions to keep workers safe when
(PPE) available and emphasizes why it should be worn.
                                                                 using ladders. Presents practical tips for both common
Features a graphic testimonial from a worker who ne-
                                                                 and special situations. Accompanying guide available. 2006,
glected to wear the proper PPE. Accompanying guide
                                                                 19 minutes.
                                 ,
available. Closed captioned. 2007 19 minutes.
                                                                 VHS No. 620347
VHS No. 620371
                                                                 DVD No. 420347: Closed captioned.
DVD No. 420371: Includes Spanish and Portuguese
versions. Includes resource material.
                                                                 Press Brake Safeguarding
                                                                 Demonstrates various methods for safeguarding the
Personal Protective Equipment: The Right Choice
                                                                 point of operation of press brakes when used for bend-
Reviews common types of personal protective equip-
                                                                 ing material. 2003, 18 minutes.
ment (PPE) used in the workplace: head, eye, hearing,
                                                                 VHS No. 620326
hand and foot. Features actual worker testimonials re-
garding the use of PPE. Accompanying guide available.
                                                                 Prevention of Eye Injuries
2002, 16 minutes.
                                                                 Attempts to raise the level of awareness about eye safety
VHS No. 620063
                                                                 in workplaces where eye injury hazards are common.
DVD No. 420063: Closed captioned.
                                                                 Covers eye anatomy, common types of injuries, personal
                                                                 protective equipment and first aid. Contains graphic ex-
New!                                                             amples of eye injuries. Accompanying guide available.
Personal Protective Equipment:                                   2004, 19 minutes.
Your Last Line of Defense                                        VHS No. 620297
Emphasizes the importance of taking personal respon-             DVD No. 420297
sibility for knowing what personal protective equipment
(PPE) to wear and when to wear it, with no excuses. Re-          Principles of Accident Investigation
views the various types of PPE. 2011, 19 minutes.                Introduces concepts related to accident investigations,
DVD No. 420064                                                   including accident causes and contributory factors, gath-
                                                                 ering facts and determining corrective actions. Accompa-
Power Lifters                                                    nying guide available. 2008, 11 minutes.
Divides program into two parts. Part 1 covers the basics         VHS No. 620003
of forklift trucks, such as training, inspections and capac-     DVD No. 420003
ity plates. Part 2 covers safety practices, including the sta-
bility triangle, loading docks and safety rules. Accompa-
nying guide available. 1999, 34 minutes.
VHS No. 620152




                                                                             ohiobwc.com                   1-800-OHIOBWC
      Video descriptions
      Pro-Active Safety Committee: A Team for Success                 Safe Use of Powered Pallet Movers
      Describes the purpose, organization and operation of suc-       Covers the safe operation of powered pallet movers, in-
      cessful safety committees, including issues of structure,       cluding inspection, common hazards, personal protec-
      membership and management support. 1995,                        tive equipment, training and safe work practices. Accom-
      13 minutes.                                                     panying guide available. 1999, 13 minutes.
      VHS No. 660062                                                  VHS No. 620124

      Rigging: Specialized in Safety                                  Safely on Your Feet
      Provides an introduction to rigging safety for cranes, der-     Reviews the various features and types of safety foot-
      ricks and hoists. Covers slings, planning the lift and best     wear, and explains how to match foot protection to the
      work practices. Accompanying CD-ROM and guides avail-                                                          ,
                                                                      job hazards. Accompanying guide available. 2007 6 min-
      able. 2009, 15 minutes.                                         utes.
      VHS No. 620406                                                  VHS No. 620379
      DVD No. 420406: Includes Spanish version. Closed                DVD No. 420379
      captioned in both English and Spanish.
                                                                      Safety — Everyone’s Responsibility
      Risk Assessment for Industry                                    Features Charlie Morecraft urging viewers to take respon-
      Outlines how to create a safer workplace using a three-         sibility for our own actions and our own safety, because
      step risk assessment process: identify hazards, assess          what we do affects the lives of everyone around us. 2001.
      risks and control risks. Accompanying guide available. 2000,    VHS No. 620301: 48 minutes.
      17 minutes.                                                     DVD No. 420301: 48 minutes. Closed captioned.
      VHS No. 620278                                                  DVD No. 420016: 19 minutes. Concise version.

      Safe and Effective Grinding                                     Safety Awareness
      Describes the safe operation of pedestal and bench grind-       Provides an introduction to common workplace hazards,
      ers, including wheel selection, inspection, fitting, dressing   the hierarchy of risk controls and the hazard identifica-
      and truing. Made in Australia. 1991, 17 minutes.                tion process. Uses graphic re-enactments and case studies
      VHS No. 620160                                                  to illustrate hazards and offer solutions. Accompanying
                                                                      guide available. 2009, 20 minutes.
      Safe Behavior – No Regrets                                      VHS No. 620404
      Explains the important role of safety at the work site, how     DVD No. 420404: Closed captioned in English,
      to incorporate safety into every task, and each employee’s      French and Spanish.
      responsibility to maintain a safe and healthy work environ-
      ment. Accompanying guide available. Closed captioned.           Safety Housekeeping and Accident Prevention
      2002, 12 minutes.                                               Presents the keys to working safely in an industrial envi-
      VHS No. 620069                                                  ronment. Addresses the following topics: attitude, clutter,
                                                                      tools and equipment, hazardous materials and personal
      Safe Operation of Overhead Cranes                               protective equipment. Accompanying guide available. 2010,
      Demonstrates the safe operation of pendant-controlled           13 minutes.
      overhead cranes, including pre-operational and opera-           VHS No. 620415
      tional checks, planning the lift, operational rules and shut-   DVD No. 420415: Closed captioned.
      down procedures. Accompanying guide available. 1995,
      20 minutes.                                                     Safety in the Workplace: Volume III - Safety
      VHS No. 600052                                                  Orientation for New Employees
                                                                      Dramatizes new employee safety orientation. Produced
      Safe Operation of Scissor & Boom Lifts                          by the National Federation of Independent Businesses
      Discusses the safe operation of elevated work platforms,        with assistance from BWC’s Division of Safety & Hygiene.
      showing a variety of lifts in various industrial environ-                                           ,
                                                                      Accompanying guide available. 1997 15 minutes.
      ments. Covers operator training, stability, inspection, safe    VHS No. 620264
      driving and fall prevention. Accompanying guide avail-
      able. 2006, 19 minutes.
      VHS No. 620338
      DVD No. 420338


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Safety Orientation: On Alert                                 Shattered: The Jeff Walters Story
Encourages viewers to be alert like an eagle and main-       Features Jeff Walters relating the story of his 19 foot fall
tain safety awareness. Covers slips, trips and falls, back   from a moving conveyor onto a concrete floor. Warns
safety, hazard communication, bloodborne pathogens,          that taking shortcuts is not worth the risk. Accompanying
personal protective equipment, lockout/tagout, fire safe-    guide available. Closed captioned. 2010.
ty and evacuation. Accompanying CD-ROM and guide             VHS No. 620128: 16 minutes.
available. Closed captioned. 24 minutes.                     DVD No. 420128: 16 minutes.
VHS No. 620286: 2003.                                        DVD No. 420129: 10 minutes. Concise version.
DVD No. 420286: 2004. Includes Spanish and Portu-
guese versions. Includes resource material.                  Slag Injuries to the Eye: It Can Happen to You
                                                             Encourages welders to prevent eye injuries from slag
Safety Signs                                                 by wearing appropriate eye protection. Accompanying
Explains the standardized language and color coding of       guide available. 2004, 5 minutes.
safety signs and tags. Accompanying guide available.         VHS No. 620333
2001, 5 minutes.                                             DVD No. 420333
VHS No. 620155
                                                             Slips, Trips & Falls
Safety Teams                                                 Explores the range of factors that contribute to slips, trips
Provides an overview of the steps and responsibilities       and falls while clearly defining methods for controlling
needed for a successful safety team. Accompanying            risks in the industrial environment. Includes the safe use
guide available. 1999, 11 minutes.                           of ladders and a case study. Accompanying guide avail-
VHS No. 620337                                               able. Closed captioned. 2010, 15 minutes.
                                                             DVD No. 420410
Safety’s Most Wanted
Investigates the tendencies and modes of operation of        Slips, Trips & Falls
three injury instigators: uncorrected hazards, shortcuts     Explains the leading causes of slips, trips and falls and
and complacency. Shows how to defeat these culprits,         presents best practices and preventive measures appli-
to prevent injuries at work and at home. Accompanying        cable to a variety of workplaces. Accompanying CD-ROM
guide available. 2006, 15 minutes.                           and guide available. 2006, 12 minutes.
VHS No. 620346                                               VHS No. 620363
DVD No. 420346: Closed captioned.                            DVD No. 420363
DVD No. 420109: Includes nine-minute short ver-
sion. Includes both versions in Spanish. Closed              Slips, Trips and Falls
captioned in English and Spanish.                            Presents the three principles involved with slips, trips
                                                             and falls: gravity, friction and momentum. Discusses
Safety’s Most Wanted, Episode II: The Accomplices            common causes and prevention of slips, trips and falls,
Shines the spotlight on three more injury-causing cul-       including walking surfaces and footwear issues. Accom-
prits: horseplay, apathy and the cowboy. Shows how           panying guide available. 2004, 17 minutes.
each of these safety villains requires accomplices and       VHS No. 620316
must be defeated. Accompanying guide available. Closed       DVD No. 420316: Closed captioned.
                ,
captioned. 2007 19 minutes.
VHS No. 620369                                               Slips, Trips & Falls: Keeping a Step Ahead
DVD No. 420369                                               Covers the causes and prevention of slips, trips and falls.
                                                             Includes ladders, stairways and fall protection equip-
Safety’s Top 10 Causes of Workplace Injury                   ment. 2004, 12 minutes.
Reviews the top 10 causes of workplace injuries and,         VHS No. 620323: Accompanying guide
more importantly, reminds viewers how these injuries         available. Closed captioned.
can be prevented. Accompanying guide available. Closed       VHS No. 620324: In Spanish.
captioned. 2010, 20 minutes.                                 DVD No. 420323: Includes Spanish version. Accom-
VHS No. 620414                                               panying guide available. Closed captioned in Eng-
DVD No. 420414                                               lish and Spanish.




                                                                          ohiobwc.com                    1-800-OHIOBWC
      Video descriptions
      Slips, Trips and Falls: Stranger Than Friction                 Solid Waste Series: Safety Orientation
      Follows a worker through his day as he becomes more            Provides a broad overview of the hazards that solid waste
      aware of the hazards that can cause slips, trips and falls     collection workers face. Geared to new employees. 2009,
      and how to prevent them. Addresses footwear, house-            12 minutes.
      keeping, friction, lighting, stairs and general awareness      VHS No. 620075
      of surroundings. 2009, 20 minutes.                             DVD No. 420075
      DVD No. 420025                                                 DVD No. 420076: In Spanish.

      Slips, Trips and Falls: Taking the Right Steps                 Speak Up: Commit to Give Feedback
      Discusses the various causes and prevention of slips,          Helps employees overcome their fear and anxiety, and
      trips and falls. Geared to employees in industrial envi-       learn how to give safety-related feedback to those around
      ronments. Accompanying guide available. Closed cap-            them. Accompanying guide and CD-ROM available. Closed
      tioned. 2005, 19 minutes.                                      captioned. 2001, 10 minutes.
      VHS No. 620322                                                 VHS No. 620287

      Solid Waste Series: Backing Accident Prevention                Spiral to Disaster
      Explains the measures drivers should always take to pre-       Recreates the succession of events and missed opportu-
      vent backing accidents while driving a solid waste collec-     nities that led to the catastrophic destruction of the Piper
      tion truck, including the use of spotters. 2009, 10 minutes.   Alpha oil and gas platform in the North Sea. Illustrates
      VHS No. 620024                                                 the importance of a comprehensive safety process. Ac-
      DVD No. 420324                                                 companying guide available. Closed captioned. 2000, 24
      DVD No. 420325: In Spanish.                                    minutes.
                                                                     VHS No. 620385
      Solid Waste Series: Commercial Pick-Up (Front-End              DVD No. 420385: Includes Spanish and Portuguese
      Loading and Roll-Offs)                                         versions. Includes resource material.
      Focuses on the commercial pick-up of solid waste. Cov-
      ers driving safety, container pick-up, roll-off sites, hot
                                                                     New!
      loads, transfer stations and landfills. 2009, 11 minutes.      Steps to Safety: Pedestrian Safety in a Material
      VHS No. 620101                                                 Handling Environment
      DVD No. 420101
                                                                     Presents basic guidelines for pedestrians walking in lift
      DVD No. 420102: In Spanish.
                                                                     truck environments, including the importance of learning
                                                                     how lift trucks operate and becoming a defensive pedes-
      Solid Waste Series: Pre-Trip Inspection
                                                                     trian. Accompanying CD-ROM and guide available. 2009,
      Shows how to perform a thorough pre-trip inspection of
                                                                     8 minutes.
      a solid waste collection vehicle. 2009, 9 minutes.
                                                                     DVD No. 420420
      VHS No. 620100
      DVD No. 420399
      DVD No. 420100: In Spanish.                                    Stored Energy: The Hidden Hazard
                                                                     Raises awareness about the stored energy hazards of
      Solid Waste Series: Residential Operations                     things such as loaded pallets, bulk material, cables, doors
      Reviews the hazards of residential pickup of solid waste,      and heavy equipment found in receiving areas, ware-
      and recommends best practices. Addresses both manual           houses and maintenance areas. Accompanying guide
      and automated pickup. 2009, 11 minutes.                                                          ,
                                                                     available. Closed captioned. 2007 18 minutes.
      VHS No. 620013                                                 VHS No. 620374
      DVD No. 420012                                                 DVD No. 420374: Includes additional section on
      DVD No. 420010: In Spanish.                                    railcars.

      Solid Waste Series: Route Safety Analysis                      New!
      Encourages drivers to identify and report hazards and un-      Take Time for Safety
      safe conditions along their solid waste collection routes,     Focuses on how working safely is always more impor-
      including pavement damage, container accessibility and         tant than saving time and how rushing leads to risky be-
      hazardous waste. 2009, 9 minutes.                              havior. Urges viewers to plan ahead, manage time and
      VHS No. 620081                                                 maintain concentration. Accompanying guide available.
      DVD No. 420081
                                                                     2011, 16 minutes.
      DVD No. 420088: In Spanish.
                                                                     VHS No. 620427
128                                                                  DVD No. 420427: Closed captioned.
New!                                                          Understanding Eye Safety at Work
Tallest Tool in the Tool Box: Using Ladders Safely            Dramatizes graphic examples of common eye injuries.
Describes how to use ladders safely, including selection      Discusses eye safety control measures, types of safety
of the right ladder for the job, inspection, proper set up,   eyewear and first aid for eye injuries. Accompanying
climbing and working at height. Accompanying guide            guide available. 2006, 22 minutes.
                                                              VHS No. 620375
available. Closed captioned. 2011, 16 minutes.
                                                              DVD No. 420375: Closed captioned.
DVD No. 420020

                                                              Understanding Hazards and Risks
Thank You
                                                              Explains how hazards and risks are dealt with by indi-
Features friends and family members saying thank you
                                                              viduals, society and in the workplace, and the difference
to the co-workers who have helped keep their loved ones
                                                              between hazards and risks. Defines hazard categories
safe by correcting hazards and speaking up about unsafe
                                                              and emphasizes that commitment from all employees is
behaviors. 2006, 4 minutes.
VHS No. 620349                                                essential to accident prevention. Recommended for in-
DVD No. 420349                                                dividuals new to safety positions. Accompanying guide
                                                              available. 2000, 17 minutes.
That’s Why You Wear a Hardhat                                 VHS No. 620279
Uses several injury scenarios and worker testimony
to emphasize workers can avoid most head injuries by          New!
properly using a hardhat. 2004, 13 minutes.                   Understanding Safety Awareness
VHS No. 620329: Accompanying guide available.                 Offers an orientation to safety awareness: consequences
VHS No. 620330: In Spanish.                                   of accidents, importance of a team effort, safety policy,
                                                              hazard identification and control, and safe work proce-
That’s Why You Wear Eye Protection
                                                              dures. Promotes a commitment to and responsibility for
Discusses various types of eye-protection devices and
                                                              safety. 2011, 13 minutes.
how they help prevent injuries. Emphasizes the impor-         DVD No. 420423
tance of wearing the proper eye protection for each job
task. 2004, 17 minutes.                                       Utility Cart Safety
VHS No. 620327: Accompanying guide available.                 Provides an overview of utility cart safety, covering in-
VHS No. 620328: In Spanish.                                   spections, safe operating procedures, rules for riders and
                                                              pedestrians. 2002, 10 minutes.
Tom Harvey’s Accident Investigation                           VHS No. 620177
for Everyone
Features Tom Harvey explaining the roles and responsi-        Welding: Safe Work with Hotwork
bilities of management, employees and investigators in        Discusses safety considerations for welding and cutting
the successful accident investigation process. Accompa-       operations. Covers planning, personal safety, work area
nying guide available. 2006, 22 minutes.                      safety and equipment safety. Accompanying guide avail-
VHS No. 620334
                                                              able. Closed captioned. 2002, 18 minutes.
DVD No. 420334: Closed captioned.
                                                              VHS No. 620321
Tom Harvey’s Safety Leadership
                                                              Welding and Cutting
for Everyone
                                                              Explains the hazards of welding, personal protective
Features Tom Harvey discussing the traits that make a
                                                              equipment and safe work practices required to minimize
good safety leader and stressing that all employees can
                                                              exposure. 1994, 8 minutes.
be safety leaders.
                                                              VHS No. 620213
2004, 23 minutes.
VHS No. 620291
                                                              What Would You Say?
                                                              Demonstrates how to approach co-workers about their
Treatment Plant Safety
                                                              unsafe behaviors. Recommends constructive comments
Identifies hazards of working in a water or wastewater
                                                              that stay positive, express concern, relate the conse-
treatment plant. Gives general overview of safe work
                                                              quences and focus on the specific problem. 2005, 17
practices. 1991, 16 minutes.
                                                              minutes.
VHS No. 620032
                                                              VHS No. 620331



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      Video descriptions
      Workplace Hazard Perception Challenge                        Bad Apples: How to Deal with Difficult Attitudes
      Presents a series of segments that show a variety of work-   Helps viewers understand why people have bad attitudes
      place hazards, posing the question “What’s wrong with        and to use a five-step process for dealing with the situa-
      this picture?” Accompanying guide available. Closed          tion. Accompanying guide available. 2000, 23 minutes.
      captioned. 2003, 60 minutes.                                 VHS No. 700051: Closed captioned.
      VHS No. 620290                                               DVD No. 400051


                                                                   New!
      Social and Behavioral                                        Bomb Threats
                                                                   Explains how to deal with bomb threats. Recommends
      Workplace Issues                                             the use of a bomb threat checklist. 2011, 5 minutes.
                                                                   DVD No. 400002
      A.C.E. It! How to Solve Tough Workplace Problems
      Promotes a set of logical and intuitive steps to address     Conflict Resolution in Industrial Facilities
      and resolve stressful workplace problems that adversely      Encourages employees to limit and resolve conflicts. Dis-
      affect productivity, morale and job satisfaction. Accom-     cusses types of conflicts, strategies to resolve conflicts
      panying guide available. 2003, 19 minutes.                   and defuse confrontations, and the consequences of un-
      VHS No. 700054: Closed captioned.
                                                                   resolved conflicts. Accompanying guide available. 2007   ,
      DVD No. 400054: Includes resource materials.
                                                                   17 minutes.
                                                                   VHS No. 700072
      ADA: Americans with Disabilities Act
                                                                   DVD No. 400072: Closed captioned.
      Features Catherine Crier discussing the Americans with
      Disabilities Act as it applies to the workplace, including   Conflict Resolution in the Office
      reasonable accommodation and the hiring process. Ac-         Encourages office workers to limit and resolve conflicts.
      companying guide available. Closed captioned. 2003, 23       Discusses types of conflicts, strategies to resolve con-
      minutes.                                                     flicts and defuse confrontations, and the consequences
      VHS No. 700074
                                                                   of unresolved conflicts. Accompanying guide available.
      DVD No. 400074: Includes Spanish version. Includes
                                                                         ,
                                                                   2007 17 minutes.
      resource material.
                                                                   VHS No. 700073
                                                                   DVD No. 400073: Closed captioned.
      Achieving a Drug-free Workplace: What Every
      Employee Needs to Know
                                                                   Conflicts in the Workplace: Sources & Solutions
      Raises awareness of employees about advantages of
                                                                   Demonstrates specific techniques viewers can use in
      drug-free workplace programs. Covers the symptoms of
                                                                   the workplace to keep disagreements constructive and
      alcoholism and drug abuse, job performance indicators
                                                                   resolve conflicts in a positive way. Accompanying guide
      and testing procedures. Accompanying guide available.
                                                                   available. Closed captioned. 2010, 17 minutes.
          ,
      1997 35 minutes.
                                                                   DVD No. 400056
      VHS No. 700041
                                                                   DOT Drug and Alcohol Testing:
      Aging Workforce (Employee Version)
                                                                   Your Rights and Responsibilities
      Discusses the challenges and benefits of an aging work-
                                                                   Provides drivers of commercial vehicles information
      force. Provides strategies for older workers to cope with
                                                                   about drug and alcohol testing required by the Depart-
      the changes that aging brings. 2008, 11 minutes.
                                                                   ment ofTransportation, including the conditions and pro-
      VHS No. 700144
                                                                   cedures for testing and the consequences of a positive
      DVD No. 400144
                                                                   test. Accompanying guide available. Closed captioned.
      Aging Workforce (Management Version)                         2001, 20 minutes.
                                                                   VHS No. 700047
      Provides managers with strategies for dealing with the
      challenges of an aging workforce. Stresses the benefits
      of keeping older workers on the job. 2008, 12 minutes.
      VHS No. 700143
      DVD No. 400143




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Dealing with Drug and Alcohol Abuse...                        Fatigue at Work
for Employees                                                 Addresses the causes and effects of fatigue and suggests
Presents information about substance use and abuse,           control measures that can prevent workplace errors and
including commonly used drugs, dependency and re-             accidents and improve safety and performance. 2009, 10
covery. Addresses drug-free workplace policies and what       minutes.
to do if an employee suspects a co-worker of substance        DVD No. 400052
use on the job. Accompanying guide available. 2006, 19
minutes.                                                      Fatigue Management Essentials
VHS No. 700064                                                Offers shift workers strategies for fatigue management,
DVD No. 400064: Closed captioned.                             health management, and family and social life. Dem-
                                                              onstrates the effects of sleep deprivation on work per-
Diversity Unplugged: Provocative                              formance and driving. Accompanying guide available.
Insights, Practical Solutions                                 Closed captioned. 2008, 18 minutes.
Explores issues related to diversity in the workplace.Two     DVD No. 400146
groups of people discuss the following topics: under-
standing group and individual identity, challenging ste-      Flashpoint: Recognizing and Preventing
reotypes, recognizing discrimination and taking respon-       Violence in the Workplace
sibility. Accompanying guide available. 1997 33 minutes.
                                             ,                Demonstrates how to identify and address “behaviors
VHS No. 700066                                                of concern“ that can lead to violence in the workplace.
DVD No. 400066                                                Presents common myths, warning signs, options for re-
                                                              sponding and roadblocks to action. Accompanying guide
Drug Testing Awareness: Supervisor                            available. Closed captioned. 2008, 21 minutes.
Provides supervisors with an introduction to drug and         VHS No. 700005
alcohol awareness issues. Reviews common signs of             DVD No. 400005
drug and alcohol abuse, and techniques for addressing
job performance issues. Accompanying guide available.         Harassment & Diversity: Respecting Differences
2003, 14 minutes.                                             (Employee Version)
VHS No. 700071: Closed captioned.                             Shows examples of illegal harassment and explains why
DVD No. 400071                                                it is unacceptable. Describes how each employee can
                                                              help contribute to an atmosphere of inclusiveness and
Drugs and Alcohol at Work                                     respect at work. Accompanying guide available. Closed
Serves as an introduction to the topic of drugs and alco-                    ,
                                                              captioned. 2007 16 minutes.
hol in the workplace and outlines what organizations can      DVD No. 400122
do to address the issue. 2010, 7 minutes.
DVD No. 400126                                                Harassment & Diversity: Respecting Differences
                                                              (Manager Version)
Ethics: The L.O.G.I.C. of Right                               Teaches managers and supervisors how to recognize and
Promotes the benefits of creating an ethical culture in the   prevent illegal harassment, and how to respond quickly
workplace. Illustrates common ethical dilemmas and is-        and appropriately if there is a complaint of harassment.
sues with examples by asking viewers what they would          Accompanying guide available. Closed captioned. 2005,
do. Closed captioned. 2009, 22 minutes.                       20 minutes.
VHS No. 700118: Accompanying guide and CD-ROM                 DVD No. 400123
available.
DVD No. 400118: Includes resource material.                   He Said, She Said
Includes Spanish and Portuguese versions. Accom-              Challenges beliefs and assumptions about sexual ha-
panying guide available.                                      rassment and inappropriate behavior at work through a
                                                              series of seven scenarios. 2006, 26 minutes.
Everybody Wins: How to Turn                                   VHS No. 700068: Features a variety of workplace
Conflict into Collaboration                                   settings. Includes expert commentary.
Discusses how to recognize common conflict situations         DVD No. 400068: Offers a choice of workplace
in the workplace and provides an approach to ensure           settings: health care, industrial, office and retail/
a win-win resolution. Accompanying guide available.           service. Includes resource material. Includes expert
Closed captioned. 2002, 19 minutes.                           commentary. Closed captioned.
VHS No. 700049                                                DVD No. 400069: Offers a choice of workplace
DVD No. 400049: Includes additional material.                 settings: health care, industrial, office and retail/
                                                              service. Includes resource material. No expert com-
                                                              mentary. Closed captioned.

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      Video descriptions
      In This Together: An Engaging Look at                          Murder 9 To 5
      Harassment and Respect                                         Examines three cases of violence against co-workers
      Provides employees with practical advice on showing            through interviews with killers and survivors. Gives over-
      and getting respect at work. Covers harassment, gossip,        view of warning signs.
      common courtesy and tolerance. Accompanying CD-                Warning: Contains strong language in opening scenes.
      ROM and guide available. Closed captioned. 2000, 18            Accompanying guide available. 1994, 48 minutes.
      minutes.                                                       VHS No. 700037
      VHS No. 700060
      DVD No. 400060                                                 On the Edge: Managing High-Risk Situations
                                                                     Uses several scenarios to illustrate warning signs of
      Let’s Get Honest                                               workplace violence, focusing on threats, harassment and
      Presents solutions to a variety of workplace sexual ha-        sabotage from employees. Recommends both immedi-
      rassment issues ranging from flirting and dating to clue-      ate and long-range solutions. Accompanying guide avail-
      less behavior and predatory harassment. Accompanying           able. 2001, 15 minutes.
      guide and CD-ROM available. 2006, 15 minutes.                  VHS No. 700048
      VHS No. 700067
      DVD No. 400067: Closed captioned.
                                                                     New!
      Life Is a Series of Presentations: Inspire, Inform             Personal Hygiene in the Workplace
      & Influence. Anytime. Anywhere.                                Addresses the sensitive topic of personal cleanliness and
      Recommends a series of steps to follow that will enable        appearance, and how it affects working relationships and
      viewers to make confident and persuasive presentations         productivity. 2011, 7 minutes.
      whenever they have an opportunity to inspire, inform or        VHS No. 700042
                                                                     DVD No. 400042
      influence others. Accompanying guide available. Closed
      captioned. 2004, 24 minutes.
      VHS No. 700053                                                 New!
                                                                     Preventing Harassment: Creating
      M.E.E.T. on Common Ground: Speaking Up for                     a Positive Workplace
      Respect in the Workplace                                       Illustrates common types of harassment and how it af-
      Teaches viewers to recognize, respond to and resolve dif-      fects the industrial workplace. Describes how to respond
      ficult interactions in the workplace that can stem from in-    to harassment and how to prevent your own behavior
      dividual and cultural differences. Provides practical skills   from being construed as harassment. Accompanying
      to create a respectful and inclusive workplace. Accompa-       guide available. 2011.
      nying CD-ROM and guide available. 2001, 22 minutes.            VHS No. 700148: 21 minutes.
      VHS No. 700050: Closed captioned.                              DVD No. 400134: 21 minutes. Closed captioned.
      DVD No. 400050: Includes additional material.                  DVD No. 400135: 10 minutes. Concise version.

      Maintaining a Drug-Free Workplace:                             Public Building Security: It’s Everyone’s Concern
      A How-to Guide for Supervisors                                 Provides an overview of safety and security in public
      Describes supervisors’ role and responsibilities regard-       buildings. Addresses security measures, employee par-
      ing suspected drug or alcohol abuse by employees,              ticipation, dealing with the public and handling high-
      including performance indicators, constructive confron-        stress situations. Accompanying guide available. Closed
      tation, testing procedures and communication skills. Ac-       captioned. 2006, 17 minutes.
                                       ,
      companying guide available. 1997 35 minutes.                   VHS No. 700075
      VHS No. 700040                                                 DVD No. 400075: Includes Spanish version.
                                                                     Includes resource material.
      Moment of Truth
      Presents a series of ethical dilemmas in a variety of work-
      places to show how to make the right choices using four
      key questions. Accompanying guide available. Closed
      captioned. 2008, 22 minutes.
      VHS No. 700145
      DVD No. 400145: Includes resource material.



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Recognizing Drug and Alcohol                                Shots Fired: When Lightning Strikes
Abuse for Employees                                         Empowers viewers with knowledge and strategies for
Teaches employees how to recognize the signs of illegal     surviving an active shooter situation in the workplace.
drug and alcohol abuse in the workplace. Gives informa-     Emphasizes the importance of possessing a survival
tion about alcohol and several types of commonly used                    ,
                                                            mindset. 2007 17 minutes.
drugs. 2004, 18 minutes.                                    DVD No. 400110
VHS No. 700057: Accompanying guide available.
Closed captioned.                                           Silent Storm: Intimate Partner Violence and Stalk-
VHS No. 700056: In Spanish.                                 ing: The Impact on the Workplace
DVD No. 400057: Includes Spanish and Portuguese             Dispels myths surrounding domestic violence and de-
versions. Includes resource material. Accompany-            fines the problem as it affects the workplace. Provides
ing guide available. Closed captioned.                      guidance on what to do: recognize, respond, report
                                                            and refer. Accompanying guide and CD-ROM available.
Recognizing Drug and Alcohol Abuse for Managers
                                                            Closed captioned. 2009, 25 minutes.
Gives supervisors and managers the tools to recognize       DVD No. 400114
drug and alcohol use in the workplace and to take ap-
propriate steps if substance abuse is suspected. Closed     Stress Management: A Practical Approach
captioned. 2004, 20 minutes.                                Encourages viewers to manage their reactions to stress-
VHS No. 700065                                              ful events with demonstrated techniques. Discusses
DVD No. 400061: Includes Spanish and Portuguese
                                                            causes of stress, and the symptoms and negative behav-
versions. Includes resource material.
                                                            iors that can result. Accompanying guide available. 1997,
                                                            18 minutes.
Right Side of the Line: Creating a Respectful and
                                                            VHS No. 660033
Harassment-Free Workplace
Addresses harassment in all its forms (unprofessional
                                                            Substance Abuse: Reasonable Suspicion
teasing, inappropriate humor, stereotyping, gossip and
                                                            Provides guidelines for supervisors when they suspect
sexual harassment), giving employees the tools to re-
                                                            an employee has a substance abuse problem. Accompa-
solve situations before they escalate. Accompanying
                                                            nying quiz available. 1996,
guide available. 2005, 22 minutes.
                                                            15 minutes.
VHS No. 700058: Closed captioned.
                                                            VHS No. 700039
DVD No. 400058: Includes resource materials.

                                                            Substance Abuse: The Manager’s Role in Creating
School Violence: Expect the Unexpected
                                                            and Maintaining a Drug-Free Workplace
Helps school teachers, administrators and staff prevent
                                                            Explains five main aspects of dealing with substance
school violence. Covers the crisis prevention plan, the
                                                            abuse in the workplace and three action steps manag-
warning signs of potentially violent students, how to de-
                                                            ers can take to help keep the organization drug free. Ac-
escalate a potentially violent situation and what to do
                                                            companying guide available. Closed captioned. 2002, 17
when violence erupts. Accompanying guide available.
                                                            minutes.
Closed captioned. 2008, 20 minutes.
                                                            VHS No. 700033
VHS No. 700147
DVD No. 400147: Includes Spanish version. Includes
                                                            Substance Abuse in the Workplace
resource material.
                                                            Raises awareness of how drug and alcohol abuse affects
Shiftwork: Circadian Survival                               the workplace, and what employees can do. Accompany-
Examines the challenges that shift workers face and pres-   ing guide available. Closed captioned. 2005, 10 minutes.
                                                            VHS No. 700061
ents practical guidelines to help make the necessary ad-
                                                            DVD No. 400007
justments. Covers circadian rhythms, sleep issues, diet
and exercise, and social and family life. Accompanying
guide available. Closed captioned. 1998, 20 minutes.
VHS No. 700004




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      Video descriptions
      Taking Control of Workplace Violence                          Workplace Violence
      Helps managers and supervisors recognize, understand          Describes what employees can do to prevent workplace
      and deal with warning signs or threats of workplace vio-      violence. Discusses warning signs, and how to handle
      lence. Teaches how to defuse threatening situations, as-      aggressive and violent behavior. 1996, 14 minutes.
      sist troubled employees, safely hire and fire employees,      VHS No. 700062: Accompanying guide available.
      and respond to emergency situations. Accompanying             VHS No. 700063: In Spanish.
      CD-ROM and guides available. 2005, 21 minutes.
      VHS No. 700059                                                Workplace Violence: Customer Service
      DVD No. 400059                                                and Field Personnel
                                                                    Demonstrates through various scenarios how to recog-
      Understanding the New ADA                                     nize and handle threatening or harassing situations on
      Reviews the fundamental requirements of the Americans         the job to avoid violence. Geared to customer service and
      with Disabilities Act (ADA) and examines the significant      field personnel. Accompanying guide available. 1994, 26
      changes due to the 2008 ADA Amendments Act. Explains          minutes.
      the steps needed to comply. Closed captioned. 2009, 16        VHS No. 700030
      minutes.
      VHS No. 700117: Accompanying guide and CD-ROM                 Workplace Violence: The Legal Role in Keeping
      available.                                                    Your Workplace Safe
      DVD No. 400117: Includes resource material.                   Explains five issues managers face regarding workplace
      Includes Spanish version. Accompanying guide                  violence and three actions managers can take to keep
      available.                                                    their organizations safe and out of court. Accompanying
                                                                    guide available. Closed captioned. 2001, 17 minutes.
      Violence on the Job                                           VHS No. 700027
      Describes the nature of workplace violence, including
      robberies and violence by patients, clients and co-work-      WorkSmarts: How to Get Along,
      ers. Gives strategies to protect workers based on the type    Get Noticed, and Get Ahead
      of job and the environment. Includes resource material.       Provides four strategies for developing the competence
      2004, 27 minutes.                                             and confidence to participate actively in the work envi-
      DVD No. 400100                                                ronment. Accompanying guide available. Closed cap-
                                                                    tioned. 2003, 18 minutes.
      Working with Stress                                           VHS No. 700052
      Presents information on minimizing job stress at the or-
      ganizational level, including identifying stressors, devis-   Yes, You Can!
      ing and implementing solutions, and conducting evalua-        Demonstrates mental, verbal and physical techniques
      tions. 2002, 17 minutes.                                      to avoid or survive personal attack in various types of
      VHS No. 700003                                                threatening situations. Presented by Debbie Gardner.
      DVD No. 400003                                                1995, 115 minutes.
                                                                    VHS No. 700038
      Workplace Harassment in Industrial Facilities
      Addresses all types of harassment: verbal abuse, threats,
      harassment and violence, sexual harassment and stalk-
      ing. Illustrates with examples and offers strategies. Ac-
                                                                    Supervisors
                                       ,
      companying guide available. 2007 17 minutes.
                                                                    Achieving Peak Performance on the Job
      VHS No. 700141
                                                                    Examines techniques to help viewers identify their most
      DVD No. 400141: Closed captioned.
                                                                    productive work habits, sharpen their skills and become
      Workplace Harassment in the Office                            peak performers. From the Manager’s Success Toolbox.
      Addresses all types of harassment: verbal abuse, threats,     Accompanying guide and CD-ROM available. 2000, 30
      harassment and violence, sexual harassment and stalk-         minutes.
                                                                    VHS No. 660095
      ing. Illustrates with examples and offers strategies. Ac-
                                                                    DVD No. 460095
                                       ,
      companying guide available. 2007 17 minutes.
      VHS No. 700142
      DVD No. 400142: Closed captioned.



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Actively Caring for a Total Safety Culture with               Courage to Coach
E. Scott Geller, Ph.D.                                        Addresses the single biggest fear of managers. Teaches
Introduces the fundamentals of behavior-based safety          a four-step method for coaching an employee when the
and person-based safety. Presented by E. Scott Geller.        employee does not want to be coached. Accompanying
Accompanying guide available. 1993, 23 minutes.               guide available. 19 minutes.
VHS No. 660039                                                VHS No. 660079: 2000. Closed captioned.
                                                              DVD No. 460079: 2003. Includes resource material.
After All, You’re the Supervisor
Describes and demonstrates the set of skills needed to        Creating Your Dream Team: How to Harness the
become an effective supervisor. Features a new supervi-       Power of Teamwork
sor in a customer service department as he adjusts to his     Walks team leaders through the team-building process
new role. Accompanying CD-ROM and guide available.            and describes strategies such as team member selection,
Closed captioned. 2002, 20 minutes.                           coaching and creating a winning environment. Accompa-
DVD No. 460093                                                nying guide available. 2004, 18 minutes.
                                                              DVD No. 460213
Batteries Not Included: The Energized Approach for
Achieving Great Programs                                      Dan Petersen’s Safety Management Series, Part 1:
Focuses on how to successfully introduce new safety ini-      The Criteria for Safety Excellence
tiatives by creating environments that are energized by       Describes six fundamental criteria for establishing an ef-
employees who are motivated, receptive and involved.          fective safety culture and why they are important to safety
Presented by Michael Melnik. Accompanying guide avail-        excellence. Accompanying guide available. 1990, 20 min-
able. 2004, 32 minutes.                                       utes.
VHS No. 660094                                                VHS No. 660051
DVD No. 460094
                                                              Dan Petersen’s Safety Management Series, Part 2:
Becoming a Coach: Bringing Out the Best                       Evaluating Your Safety System
in Employees                                                  Discusses techniques to effectively evaluate safety pro-
Demonstrates how a new supervisor learns to coach his         grams, such as perception surveys and behavior sam-
employees. Describes the requirements for and the ben-        pling, and explains why safety statistics and audits are
efits of good coaching. From the New Supervisor Tool-         ineffective. Accompanying guide available. 1990, 27 min-
box. Accompanying guide and CD-ROM available. 2004,           utes.
23 minutes.                                                   VHS No. 660052
DVD No. 460206
                                                              Dan Petersen’s Safety Management Series, Part 3:
Coaching Safe Behavior                                        Measurement and Reward
Presents techniques for coaching that promote safe be-        Explains how the most important element in improving
havior, including how to give both correcting and reward-     safety is supervisor accountability. Discusses the steps
ing feedback. From the series Actively Caring for Safety      required, middle management’s role and criteria for ac-
with E. Scott Geller, Ph.D. Accompanying guide available.     countability. Accompanying guide available. 1990, 20 min-
1994, 23 minutes.                                             utes.
VHS No. 660041                                                VHS No. 660053

Conquer the Chaos: The Best Ideas in                          Dan Petersen’s Safety Management Series, Part 4:
Time Management                                               Safe Behavior Reinforcement
Provides suggestions for managing time more wisely, in-       Presents four basic steps for establishing a safe behavior
cluding taming workloads, overcoming procrastination,         reinforcement system that rewards safe behavior with
limiting interruptions, mastering the art of delegation and   immediate positive feedback. Accompanying guide avail-
using technology as a time-saving tool. From the Manag-       able. 1990, 15 minutes.
er’s SuccessToolbox. Accompanying guide and CD-ROM            VHS No. 660054
available. 2002, 21 minutes.
VHS No. 660096
DVD No. 460096




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      Video descriptions
      Dan Petersen’s Safety Management Series, Part 5:             Family and Medical Leave Act: What Every
      High Participation Safety — A Case Study                     Manager Should Know
      Describes how to create a high-participation safety sys-     Explains the purpose and benefits of the Family Medical
      tem by examining Esso Resources Canada, a company            Leave Act. Presents the four most difficult issues man-
      that has created one. Accompanying guide available.          agers face and three recommended actions to take. Ac-
      1990, 26 minutes.                                            companying guide available. Closed captioned. 2001, 15
      VHS No. 660055                                               minutes.
                                                                   VHS No. 660076
      Dan Petersen’s The Challenge of Change, Part 1:              DVD No. 460076: Includes resource material.
      Creating a New Safety Culture
      Explains how a systematic, companywide approach to           From Knowing To Doing: Maximizing the Return on
      process of change can create a new and positive safety       Your Safety Training Investment
      culture. Accompanying guide available. 1993, 19 minutes.     Encourages safety trainers to create a learning atmo-
      VHS No. 660056                                               sphere that will motivate employees to apply what they
                                                                   learn. Presented by Michael Melnik. 2008, 36 minutes.
      Dan Petersen’s The Challenge of Change, Part 2:              VHS No. 660103
      Implementing the Perception Survey                           DVD No. 460103
      Describes how to use safety perception surveys to iden-
      tify areas most in need of attention. Accompanying guide     Get Organized — And Stay Organized
      available. 1993, 12 minutes.                                 Outlines a seven-day plan for putting work life in order
      VHS No. 660057                                               and keeping it that way, from removing clutter to creating
                                                                   the right filing system. From the Manager’s SuccessTool-
      Dan Petersen’s The Challenge of Change, Part 3:              box. Accompanying guide and CD-ROM available. 2002,
      Implementing the Interview Method                            22 minutes.
      Examines how to use structured interviews to assess          VHS No. 660097
      status of safety culture. Accompanying guide available.      DVD No. 460097
      1993, 14 minutes.
      VHS No. 660058                                               How to Communicate Clearly
                                                                   and Effectively With Employees
      Dan Petersen’s The Challenge of Change, Part 4:              Shows supervisors and managers how to motivate with
      Using the Analysis Tools                                     praise, offer criticism, delegate and listen. Explains the
      Explains two effective analytical methods that problem-      benefits of communicating clearly. From the New Super-
      solving teams can use to identify underlying causes of       visor Toolbox. Accompanying guide and CD-ROM avail-
      safety problems: fault-tree analysis and a fishbone dia-     able. 2002, 21 minutes.
      gram. Accompanying guide available. 1993, 16 minutes.        DVD No. 460205
      VHS No. 660059
                                                                   How to Juggle Multiple Priorities
      Dan Peterson’s The Challenge of Change, Part 5:              Offers a five-step C.A.N.-D.O. system to help cope with
      Implementing Your Plan                                       job overload. From the Manager’s Success Toolbox. Ac-
      Covers the final steps involved in changing an organiza-                                                    ,
                                                                   companying guide and CD-ROM available. 1997 17 min-
      tion’s safety culture, including five areas an action plan   utes.
      must cover. Accompanying guide available. 1993, 17 min-      VHS No. 660098
      utes.                                                        DVD No. 460098
      VHS No. 660060
                                                                   How to SHINE in Difficult Management Situations
      Documenting Discipline:                                      Explains and demonstrates the SHINE technique which
      Manufacturing/Industrial Version                             focuses on five key characteristics used to resolve diffi-
      Provides steps to ensure solid, consistent procedures for    cult supervisory challenges. From the New Supervisor
      disciplining and documenting employee performance,           Toolbox. Accompanying guide and CD-ROM available.
      using the FOSA system. Offers tools to address perfor-       2002, 21 minutes.
      mance issues effectively and legally. Accompanying           DVD No. 460204
      CD-ROM and guide available. Closed captioned. 1997 24,
      minutes.
      VHS No. 660088



136
How We Lead: Insights to Build                               Introduction to Behavior-Based Safety, Module 4:
a Stronger Safety Culture                                    Observation & Feedback — Creating Positive
Features interviews with six health and safety profession-   Consequences
als on the importance of safety accountability, how we       Demonstrates the basic steps of observation and feed-
are all responsible for safety and the imperative to rec-    back, explaining skills required to observe work behavior
ognize safety as a core value. Accompanying guide avail-     and to create positive consequences with feedback. Ac-
able. 2006, 15 minutes.                                                                           ,
                                                             companying guides available. 1997 20 minutes.
VHS No. 660090                                               VHS No. 660037
DVD No. 460090: Includes additional material.
                                                             Introduction to Behavior-Based Safety, Module 5:
Implementing Behavior-Based Safety                           Problem Solving — Removing the Barriers
Describes the four steps of the do-it process of the be-     Provides an overview of four steps for problem solving
havior-based approach to safety: define, observe, inter-     to remove system barriers to safety, part of the behavior-
vene and test. From the series Actively Caring for Safety    based safety process. Accompanying guides available.
with E. Scott Geller, Ph.D. Accompanying guide available.         ,
                                                             1997 25 minutes.
1994, 27 minutes.                                            VHS No. 660038
VHS No. 660043
                                                             Job Safety Analysis
Interviewing Techniques That Help                            Gives an introduction to job safety analysis (JSA), indi-
You Hire the Best                                            cates who should be involved and describes the four ba-
Presents a three-part system for interviewing job candi-     sic steps of JSA. Accompanying guide available. Closed
dates that helps supervisors and managers get the most                      ,
                                                             captioned. 1997 21 minutes.
important information from the candidates and then ob-       VHS No. 660077
jectively rate them to find the best one for the job. From
the New Supervisor Toolbox. Accompanying guide and           Job Safety Analysis
CD-ROM available. 2000, 30 minutes.                          Describes the purpose and benefits of job safety analysis
DVD No. 460203                                               and goes step-by-step through each element of process.
                                                             Accompanying guide available. 1998, 15 minutes.
Introduction to Behavior-Based Safety, Module 1:             VHS No. 660049
Foundation Concepts — Shifting the Paradigm
Describes how traditional approaches to safety do not        Leadership at Every Level
change at-risk behavior. Presents case for behavior-based    Illustrates four effective management styles and nine
safety. Accompanying guides available. 1997 26 minutes.
                                             ,               leadership traits that turn good managers into great lead-
VHS No. 660034                                               ers who motivate employees, improve teamwork and
                                                             increase productivity. Accompanying guide available.
Introduction to Behavior-Based Safety, Module 2:             Closed captioned. 2011, 24 minutes.
Behavior Analysis — Understanding the Causes                 DVD No. 460215
Explains the principles of ABC analysis, part of a behav-
ior-based safety process. Looks at how antecedents and       Leadership Skills for Safety: Supervisor Training
consequences favor either at-risk or safe behavior. Ac-      Explains skills and techniques supervisors can use to cre-
companying guides available. 1997 25 minutes.
                                   ,                         ate a safe industrial work environment, such as hazard
VHS No. 660035                                               recognition through safety observation, accident analy-
                                                             sis, job safety analysis and effective communication. Ac-
Introduction to Behavior-Based Safety, Module 3:             companying guide available. Closed captioned. 2001, 24
The Inventory — Defining Behavioral Exposures                minutes.
Explains the skills needed to define the right groups of     VHS No. 660074
behaviors to work on to reduce the frequency of at-risk
                                                ,
behaviors. Accompanying guides available. 1997 25 min-       Leading the Way: Skills for Supervisors
utes.                                                        Presents skills effective supervisors possess: leadership,
VHS No. 660036                                               team building, communication, safety management and
                                                             time management. Accompanying guide available. 2002,
                                                             12 minutes.
                                                             VHS No. 660075




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      Video descriptions
      Let’s T.A.L.K.: How to Handle the Difficult                    OSHA Recordkeeping
      Performance Appraisal                                          Clarifies requirements of OSHA’s recordkeeping rule, cov-
      Assists managers and supervisors in dealing with diffi-        ering what records must be kept, what goes on the record
      cult performance appraisal situations, using a four-step       and how to fill out the required forms. Accompanying
      process. Accompanying guide available. 2002, 20 min-           guide available. Closed captioned. 2001, 18 minutes.
      utes.                                                          VHS No. 660072
      VHS No. 660081: Closed captioned.
      DVD No. 460081: Includes additional material.                  On the Front Line: Leadership Training for the
                                                                     Power Transmission & Distribution Industry
      Light the Fire: Leveraging Appraisals                          Contains three programs: Why Safety Accountability,
      for Maximum Performance                                        Define and Measure & Reward. Lays out a three-step ap-
      Explains how to more effectively manage and appraise           proach that front-line supervisors can follow to establish
      employee performance. Describes how to develop goals           and reinforce a safety accountability system with employ-
      and objectives, and identify personal skills and growth        ees. Accompanying CD-ROM and guide available. 2006,
      needs. Presents the benefits of coaching, mentoring            48 minutes.
      and ongoing feedback. Accompanying guides available.           DVD No. 460089
      Closed captioned. 2004, 24 minutes.
      VHS No. 660087                                                 On the Front Line: Supervisor Training
                                                                     on Managing Safety — Why Safety
      Making Safety Incentives Work                                  Accountability? — Part 1
      Provides basic guidelines for designing effective safety in-   Explains why safety should be a daily part of everyone’s
      centive programs, focusing on specific behaviors linked        job. Argues safety activities should be defined, measured
      to achievable rewards. From the series Actively Caring for     and rewarded just like productivity and quality. Accompa-
      Safety with E. Scott Geller, Ph.D. 1994, 28 minutes.           nying guides available. 2000, 17 minutes.
      VHS No. 660040                                                 VHS No. 660063

      Managing Stress Before It Manages You                          On the Front Line: Supervisor Training on
      Describes the major causes of workplace stress and of-         Managing Safety — Define — Part 2
      fers techniques such as the six-step ATTACK method for         Discusses how to define safety activities for employees so
      identifying and controlling stressors. From the Manager’s      they receive clear messages about importance of safety.
      Success Toolbox. Accompanying guide and CD-ROM                 Accompanying guides available. 2000, 16 minutes.
      available. 2000, 30 minutes.                                   VHS No. 660069
      VHS No. 660099
      DVD No. 460099                                                 On the Front Line: Supervisor Training on
                                                                     Managing Safety — Measure and Reward — Part 3
      Mastering Memos                                                Describes how supervisors should measure and reward
      Gives suggestions to improve writing skills when com-          safety activities so employees get feedback about their
      municating with other employees. From the New Super-           safety performance. Accompanying guides available. 2000,
      visor Toolbox. Accompanying guide and CD-ROM avail-            16 minutes.
      able. 1991, 15 minutes.                                        VHS No. 660070
      DVD No. 460209
                                                                     PPE Hazard Assessment
      Motivating Employees During                                    Teaches supervisors how to conduct a hazard assess-
      Organizational Change                                          ment survey for selecting appropriate personal protective
      Shows managers how to guide employees through an               equipment. Accompanying guide available. Closed cap-
      organizational change so they can prepare and adapt to         tioned. 12 minutes.
      it. From the Manager’s Success Toolbox. Accompanying           VHS No. 660092: 2002.
      guide and CD-ROM available. 2002, 22 minutes.                  DVD No. 460092: 2007. Includes Spanish
      VHS No. 660100                                                 and Portuguese versions. Includes resource
      DVD No. 460100                                                 material.

      Motivating Safe Behavior
      Discusses five strategies to promote involvement and
      motivate safe behavior. From the series Actively Caring
      for Safety with E. Scott Geller, Ph.D. 1994, 18 minutes.
      VHS No. 660042
138
Painless Performance Improvement                              Recordkeeping: True to Form
Offers managers a six-step technique to help employees        Presents requirements of OSHA’s recordkeeping rule as re-
improve their own performance without the drama, con-         vised in 2002. Covers definitions, differences from the pre-
flict or pain often associated with performance issues.       vious rule, filling out the forms and calculating an incidence
Accompanying CD-ROM and guide available. Closed               rate. Accompanying CD-ROM available. Closed captioned.
captioned. 2004, 23 minutes.                                  2001, 29 minutes.
VHS No. 660085                                                VHS No. 660073
DVD No. 460085: Includes resource material.
                                                              Resolving Conflicts: Strategies for a Winning Team
Peer Today, Boss Tomorrow:                                    Shows managers and supervisors how to resolve behav-
Navigating Your Changing Role                                 ioral problems that can prevent teams from reaching their
Presents four proven strategies that will help new super-     goals. Describes several types of problem personalities.
visors balance their old co-worker relationships with their   From the New Supervisor Toolbox. Accompanying guide
new management responsibilities. Accompanying guide           and CD-ROM available. 1996, 17 minutes.
available. Closed captioned. 2004, 25 minutes.                DVD No. 460208
VHS No. 660080
DVD No. 460080: Includes additional material.                 S.T.A.R.T.: Part One — Why S.T.A.R.T.
                                                              a Safety Culture?
Power of Positive Discipline                                  Presents convincing argument for creating a safety culture
Demonstrates a six-step process of positive, progressive      where supervisors are held accountable for their safety
discipline for employees who fail to satisfy job require-     performance. Accompanying guides available. 2000, 25
ments and gives them a fair opportunity to improve.           minutes.
Closed captioned. 2009, 21 minutes.                           VHS No. 660065
DVD No. 460214
                                                              S.T.A.R.T.: Part Two — S.T.A.R.T.
Powerful Ways to Persuade People                              to Recognize and Investigate
Encourages viewers to use four key concepts to master         Discusses the importance of the following techniques:
the process of persuasion so they can communicate their       identifying unsafe behaviors, investigating near misses,
ideas in the most effective way possible and improve          understanding accident pyramid and fact-finding instead
their ability to influence others. From the Manager’s Suc-    of fault-finding. Accompanying guides available. 2000, 14
cess Toolbox. Accompanying guide and CD-ROM avail-            minutes.
able. 1998, 25 minutes.                                       VHS No. 660066
VHS No. 660101
DVD No. 460101                                                S.T.A.R.T.: Part Three — S.T.A.R.T.
                                                              to Educate and Motivate
R.E.P.O.R.T. It! Near-Miss Reporting                          Demonstrates how, within a safety culture, supervisors
Emphasizes the importance of establishing a near-miss         can successfully educate and motivate employees to work
reporting process, and explains the steps involved. Ac-       safely. Accompanying guides available. 2000, 15 minutes.
companying guides available. 2000, 15 minutes.                VHS No. 660067
VHS No. 660064
                                                              S.T.A.R.T.: Part Four — S.T.A.R.T. Getting Results
Recognize It! Recognition Strategies                          Wraps up the story of how one company successfully im-
for Supervisors                                               plemented a plan to create a safety culture where super-
Helps supervisors see the benefits of providing timely,       visors are held accountable for safety of their employees.
sincere and specific recognition to employees working         Accompanying guides available. 2000, 20 minutes.
safely. Accompanying CD-ROM and guide available. 2006,        VHS No. 660068
15 minutes.
VHS No. 660091                                                S.T.A.R.T. II: The Way We Work, Part 1
DVD No. 460091                                                Narrates how one worker assists management in discov-
                                                              ering how employees feel about safety. Discusses how to
                                                              implement a safety culture. Accompanying guide avail-
                                                              able. Closed captioned. 1991, 17 minutes.
                                                              VHS No. 660030



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      Video descriptions
      S.T.A.R.T. II: The Way We Work, Part 2                        Safety Coordinator Training
      Dramatizes safety orientation given to a new employee.        Shows how a newly-appointed safety coordinator cre-
      Covers the indirect cost of accidents, causes of accidents,   ated a successful safety program. Addresses how to gain
      importance of valuing safety and components of safety         management support, locate training resources, estab-
      culture. Accompanying guide available. Closed captioned.      lish a safety committee and create training programs.
      1991, 14 minutes.                                             2003, 23 minutes.
      VHS No. 660031                                                VHS No. 660211
                                                                    DVD No. 460211
      Safety Accountability with Dan Petersen, Video 1:
      A Message to Management                                       Safety in the Workplace, V.2: How to Involve Your
      Features Dan Petersen speaking about the importance of        Employees in the Safety Process
      managing safety by making each individual accountable.        Explains how to promote and implement employee in-
      Geared to senior management. Accompanying CD-ROM              volvement in the safety process. Discusses communica-
      and guide available. 1999, 5 minutes.                         tion tactics, safety action plans, creating a safety culture
      VHS No. 660082                                                and accountability. Produced with assistance of BWC’s
                                                                    Division of Safety & Hygiene. Accompanying guide avail-
      Safety Accountability with Dan Petersen,                      able. 1996, 20 minutes.
      Video 2: Introducing Safety Accountability                    VHS No. 660028
      Educates managers on the need for instituting safety ac-
      countability. Includes testimony from four organizations      Safety Leadership
      that have implemented safety accountability. Accompa-         Demonstrates to first-line supervisors and team leaders
      nying CD-ROM and guide available. 1999, 18 minutes.           how to take a proactive approach to improving work-
      VHS No. 660083                                                place safety and health. Accompanying guide available.
                                                                        ,
                                                                    1997 18 minutes.
      Safety Accountability with Dan Petersen,                      VHS No. 660050
      Video 3: Implementing Safety Accountability
      Describes in detail how to go about implementing the          Safety Meetings: Give ‘Em What They Want
      safety accountability process. Features interviews with       Shows how to prepare for and conduct first-rate safety
      managers who have gone through the process of intro-          meetings that are meaningful, dynamic and fun. Accom-
      ducing, implementing and refining. Accompanying CD-           panying guide available. Closed captioned. 2002, 17 min-
      ROM and guide available. 1999, 26 minutes.                    utes.
      VHS No. 660084                                                VHS No. 660086

      Safety As A Value: Stories & Experiences                      Soaring With the Phoenix
      Features a series of candid interviews with real-life busi-   Profiles three organizations that have undergone cultural
      ness leaders as they discuss how safety became integrat-      change. Accompanying guide available.1999, 34 minutes.
      ed into their company cultures. Contains nine sections,       VHS No. 660061
      each addressing a different topic such as trust, profits
      and leading by example. Accompanying guide available.
                                                                    New!
      2010, 22 minutes.                                             Spanish Speaking Workforce: Communication for
      DVD No. 460210                                                Safety and Effective Production
                                                                    Offers managers and supervisors strategies for commu-
      Safety Coach: The Seven Cs of Safety
                                                                    nicating with and motivating their Latino workforce for
      Explains seven coaching principles for world-class safe-
                                                                    safety and productivity. Stresses the importance of un-
      ty performance. Features Bobby Bowden, head football
                                                                    derstanding Latino culture, values and beliefs to bridge
      coach at Florida State University. Based on the book by Da-
                                                                    the communication gap. 2010, 28 minutes.
      vid Sarkus. 2001, 19 minutes.                                 DVD No. 460216
      VHS No. 660071

      Safety Committee: Problem or Solution?
      Dramatizes how an ineffective safety committee is trans-
      formed into one that makes a difference. Accompanying
      guide available. 1993, 30 minutes.
      VHS No. 660025

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Speaking With Confidence, Clarity and Charisma                Miscellaneous
Focuses on specific techniques for improving communi-
cation skills in meetings, on the phone and in face-to-face   101 Days of Summer Safety
conversations. From the Manager’s SuccessToolbox.             Provides safety tips for common summertime activi-
Accompanying guide and CD-ROM available. 2002,                ties, such as vacation driving, sports, yard maintenance,
22 minutes.                                                   swimming and boating. Accompanying guide available.
VHS No. 660102                                                Closed captioned. 2008, 20 minutes.
DVD No. 460102                                                VHS No. 690204
                                                              DVD No. 490204
Team-Building Techniques That Work: Practical
Advice for Fostering Teamwork Among Your Staff                Accidents Aren’t Just One of Those Things
Explains the five principles of teamwork, involving re-       Features Martin L’Esperance, a firefighter and paramedic,
spect, cooperation, communication, commitment and             speaking on taking responsibility for your own safety,
customers. Discusses working with “difficult” team            both on and off the job, and the huge consequences of
members, and describes several team-building exercis-         not doing so. Accompanying guide available. 2003, 20
es. Accompanying guide available. 2002, 22 minutes.           minutes.
DVD No. 460212                                                VHS No. 690039
                                                              DVD No. 490039: Includes ten-minute short version.
Train-the-Trainer: Making Learning Stick                      Includes both versions in Spanish. Closed cap-
Encourages trainers to use proven techniques to ensure        tioned in both English and Spanish.
trainees retain and adopt the skills they have been taught.
1998, 17 minutes.
VHS No. 660104: Closed captioned.
                                                              New!
                                                              Chainsaw Safety: Real Accidents, Real Stories
DVD No. 460104
                                                              Recreates a tragic chain saw accident to illustrate the
                                                              importance of actively following recommended safety
Train-the-Trainer: Planning and Designing
                                                              procedures. Reviews safe work practices for chain saws.
Presents suggestions for putting together effective work-
                                                              2011, 10 minutes.
place training on any topic. 1998, 15 minutes.
                                                              DVD No. 490226
VHS No. 660105: Closed captioned.
DVD No. 460105
                                                              New!
Train-the-Trainer: Training With Media                        Chainsaw Safety Basics: An Expert’s Perspective
Emphasizes the importance of using visual aids and            Employs the expertise of two professionals to explain
handouts, both traditional and cutting edge, in workplace     and demonstrate working safely with chain saws. In-
training. 1998, 14 minutes.                                   cludes pre-use inspection, refueling, personal protective
VHS No. 660106: Closed captioned.                             equipment, starting the saw, avoiding kickbacks and safe
DVD No. 460106                                                cutting. 2011, 13 minutes.
                                                              DVD No. 490225
Training to Win: Helping Employees Meet
or Surpass Their Goals
Shows how managers and supervisors can help their             New!
employees succeed by training them to set the right           Convenience Store Safety
goals, make smart decisions and weather setbacks. From        Provides an orientation to safety and security for employ-
the New Supervisor Toolbox. Accompanying guide and            ees of convenience stores. Covers what to do if a robbery
CD-ROM available. 2004, 17 minutes.                           occurs, back injury prevention and proper housekeeping.
DVD No. 460207                                                2011, 12 minutes.
                                                              DVD No. 490227

                                                              Custodial Staff Safety
                                                              Addresses hazards and safe work practices of custodi-
                                                              ans, including slips, trips and falls, lifting and electrical
                                                              hazards. 1995, 9 minutes.
                                                              VHS No. 690106



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      Video descriptions
      New!                                                            Kevin Bailey Story
      Golf Cart & LSV Safety: On and Off the Course                   Recreates the traumatic accident that occurred on a farm
      Presents basic safety rules for operating a golf cart or low-   in northeastern Ohio. Features interviews with Kevin Bai-
      speed vehicle with special emphasis on safely interact-         ley, his family and those who treated him for his injuries.
      ing with pedestrians and automobiles. Includes resource         Accompanying guide available. 2001, 15 minutes.
      material. Includes Spanish version. Accompanying guide          VHS No. 690172
                                                                      DVD No. 490172: Closed captioned.
      available. Closed captioned. 2011, 17 minutes.
      DVD No. 490006
                                                                      Kitchen Care
                                                                      Demonstrates safety procedures for food service work-
      New!                                                            ers in two segments: food handling, especially food-poi-
      Grain Bin Safety: Protecting Yourself                           soning prevention techniques; and safe work practices in
      and Your Family
                                                                      the kitchen, especially for electricity, lifting, fire and heat.
      Documents the tragic effects of grain bin entrapment. De-
                                                                      1998, 23 minutes.
      scribes first responder rescue tools and techniques. Urg-       VHS No. 690114: Accompanying guide
      es safety practices that will prevent grain bin incidents.      available.
      Includes 6-minute short version. 2011, 13 minutes.              VHS No. 690028: In Spanish. Accompanying guide
      DVD No. 490239                                                  available in Spanish.

      Groundskeeping Safety: Be a Pro!                                Life Is for Living
      Explains safe work practices for groundskeepers, cover-         Presents a series of accident scenarios, illustrating how
      ing personal protective equipment, hazardous materials,         seemingly minor actions can lead to serious injuries. Can
                                                ,
      and mowing and trimming equipment. 1997 17 minutes.             be used as a tool to start meetings or stimulate discus-
      VHS No. 620001: Accompanying guide available.                   sion. 2000, 3 minutes.
      Closed captioned.                                               VHS No. 690035
      VHS No. 620002: In Spanish. Accompanying guide                  DVD No. 490035
      available in Spanish.
      DVD No. 420001: Includes Spanish version. Includes
      resource material. Accompanying guide available.                New!
      Closed captioned.                                               Lifting It Right
                                                                      Teaches automotive service technicians how to safely
      Groundskeeping Safety: Dealing                                  and effectively operate automotive lifts. Provides a step-
      with Bugs & Critters                                            by-step demonstration, using several types of lifts. Host-
      Discusses how to recognize and avoid potentially dan-           ed by Richard and Kyle Petty. Accompanying guide avail-
      gerous creatures, such as bees, mosquitoes, spiders,            able. 2009, 24 minutes.
      ticks and snakes. Recommends personal protective                DVD No. 490238
      equipment, skin protection and first-aid procedures for
      bites and stings. Accompanying guide available. Closed          Log and Lumber Loading Safety
      captioned. 1999, 16 minutes.                                    Presents safe operating procedures for log loaders used
      VHS No. 620064                                                  in lumberyards and sawmills, including pre-start checks,
                                                                      loading and transporting, and attachments. Produced
      Injuries Don’t Take Holidays                                    with assistance from BWC’s Division of Safety & Hy-
      Features Martin L   ’Esperance speaking on three safety         giene. 1996, 18 minutes.
      topics pertinent to the winter holiday season: fire safe-       VHS No. 690097
      ty, driving safety, and the misuse and abuse of alcohol.
      2003, 20 minutes.                                               Mailroom Security
      VHS No. 690133                                                  Dispels misinformation about hazards presented by sus-
                                                                      picious mail, and provides best safety practices for rec-
      Introduction to Drilling Safety                                 ognizing and dealing with suspect mail. Geared to mail-
      Provides a safety orientation for workers performing            room workers. 2001, 6 minutes.
      geotechnical, mineral and ground water drilling opera-          VHS No. 690027
      tions. Accompanying guide available. 2006, 24 minutes.
      DVD No. 490169




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New!                                                          New!
Miracle on the Hudson: Prepare for Safety                     Retail Safety Orientation
Features the inspiring story of Capt. Chesley Sullenberg-     Uses aTV news show format to discuss safety issues
er, the pilot who brought Flight 1549 to a safe landing on    in retail stores, exploring the dual responsibilities
the Hudson River by calling upon the 4 Cs: competence,        that employees have for their own safety and that
compassion, commitment and communication. Includes            of their customers. Accompanying guide available.
Spanish and Portuguese versions. Includes resource ma-        2010, 18 minutes.
terial. Closed captioned. 2011, 25 minutes.                   VHS No. 690220: Closed captioned.
DVD No. 490007                                                DVD No. 490220: Includes Spanish version.
                                                              Closed captioned in both English and Spanish.
Occupational Dog Bite Safety
Demonstrates how to work safely among the dogs en-            Retail Safety Orientation
countered in residential areas. Explains canine behavior      Provides an introduction to health and safety issues
and body language so workers can evaluate risks and           for retail workers. Includes lifting, ladders, fires,
take appropriate actions. 2002, 18 minutes.                   bloodborne pathogens and personal hygiene. Ac-
VHS No. 690115                                                companying guide available. Closed captioned.
                                                              2006, 20 minutes.
Off the Job Safety                                            VHS No. 690160
Covers basic safety in the home, including food safety,       DVD No. 490160: Includes Spanish and Portu-
                                                              guese versions. Includes resource material.
carbon monoxide and gun storage. 1996, 6 minutes.
VHS No. 690105
                                                              Return-to-Work Management Program
Professional Email Etiquette                                  Describes benefits of return-to-work programs for
Encourages viewers to enhance the courtesy and profes-        both employer and employee. Stresses the impor-
sionalism of their email correspondence by paying atten-      tance of communication and creation of meaningful
tion to the details and avoiding common mistakes. 2010,       transitional work jobs. Accompanying guide avail-
26 minutes.                                                   able. 1998, 25 minutes.
DVD No. 490500                                                VHS No. 700045

Promises Promises                                             Ron Hayes: The Good Fight
Dramatizes how the poor choices we make about safety          Features Ron Hayes, the father of a young man who
both on and off the job can impact the ability to keep        died on the job, speaking on the importance of tak-
promises to loved ones. Features the stories of three fam-    ing personal responsibility for working safely.
ilies. Accompanying guide available. Closed captioned.        Follow-up to Safety: The Good Fight (No. 690040).
2004, 14 minutes.                                             Closed captioned. 2003, 24 minutes.
VHS No. 690121                                                VHS No. 690132

Restaurant Safety Orientation                                 Safe Operation and Use of All-Terrain Vehicles
Promotes safe work practices in restaurants. Addresses        Discusses safe operating procedures for all-terrain
personal protective equipment, cuts and burns, lifting,       vehicles (ATV) used on the job. Includes ATV pre-ride
slips and falls, chemicals, food safety and security. 2010,   inspections, protective gear, traveling on slopes and
15 minutes.                                                   rough terrain, and hauling tools and supplies. Ac-
VHS No. 690005                                                companying guide available. 2006, 14 minutes.
VHS No. 690052: In Spanish.                                   VHS No. 690165
DVD No. 490005                                                DVD No. 490165: Closed captioned.
DVD No. 490052: In Spanish.
                                                              Safety: The Good Fight
                                                              Chronicles the effect on his family of a young man’s
                                                              death in a grain silo accident. Discusses how the ac-
                                                              cident could have been prevented if the employer,
                                                              the employee and his co-workers had all taken re-
                                                              sponsibility for his safety. Closed captioned. 2003, 15
                                                              minutes.
                                                              VHS No. 690040

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      Video descriptions
      Safety for Custodians                                         New!
      Presents common hazards of custodial work and eight           Supermarket Series: Box Cutter Safety
      rules of cleaning safety. 1991, 18 minutes.                   Describes how to use box cutters safely, including cutting
      VHS No. 690088                                                techniques, changing and disposal of blades and storage.
                                                                    2011, 6 minutes.
      Safety Orientation for Schools                                VHS No. 690230
      Presents an overview of safety issues for school em-          DVD No. 490230
      ployees including back safety, ergonomics, fire, hazard
      communication, slips, trips and falls and electricity. Ac-
      companying guide available. Closed captioned. 2002, 15
                                                                    New!
                                                                    Supermarket Series: Preventing Slips, Trips & Falls
      minutes.
                                                                    Urges store employees to take responsibility for prevent-
      VHS No. 690174
      DVD No. 490174: Includes Spanish version. Includes            ing slips, trips and falls by cleaning up spills, removing
      resource material.                                            hazards, wearing appropriate footwear, etc. Addresses
                                                                    employee and customer safety. 2011, 9 minutes.
                                                                    VHS No. 690231
      New!                                                          DVD No. 490231
      Security Awareness: at Work, Travel and Home
      Suggests actions individuals can take to increase security
      and safety while at work, while traveling and at home.        New!
                                                                    Supermarket Series: Safety Orientation
      Includes workplace security issues such as employee
                                                                    Provides a general overview of supermarket safety is-
      access and suspicious mail, and travel security issues in
                                                                    sues, including safe lifting techniques; prevention of cuts
      hotels, for tourists, while driving and at airports. Accom-
                                                                    and burns, and slips, trips and falls; food safety; hazard
      panying guide available. 2001, 19 minutes.
      VHS No. 690224                                                communication; and machine operation. 2011, 20 min-
                                                                    utes.
      Slips, Trips and Falls: Educate Yourself                      VHS No. 690228
                                                                    DVD No. 490228
      Reminds school employees how to avoid slips, trips and
      falls. Provides specific suggestions on awareness and
                                                                    Take Safety Home!
      distractions, footwear, ladders and spills. Accompanying
                                                                    Features Martin Lesperance, retired firefighter and para-
      guide available. Closed captioned. 2010, 16 minutes.
                                                                    medic, recalling true stories of off-the-job incidents result-
      VHS No. 620418
      DVD No. 420418: Includes resource material.                   ing in injuries and deaths, and encouraging workers to
                                                                    take workplace safety practices home. Accompanying
      Summer Sports: Safety Wins                                    guide available. Closed captioned. 2009, 20 minutes.
      Reviews safety tips for participating in a variety of sum-    VHS No. 690001
                                                                    DVD No. 490001
      mer sports, including softball, golf, walking and biking.
      Includes Spanish version. Includes resource material. Ac-
                                                                    Temporary Worker Safety
      companying guide available. Closed captioned. 1997 13  ,
                                                                    Presents an introduction to workplace safety for tem-
      minutes.
                                                                    porary and contract workers. Contains seven modules:
      DVD No. 490208
                                                                    a main module for initial training, plus six modules for
                                                                    specific types of workplaces—construction, food service,
      New!                                                          industrial, landscaping, office and warehouse. Produced
      Supermarket Series: Baler Safety                              by BWC for the Temporary Workers Alliance. 2009, 38
      Demonstrates the safe operation of balers used in stores      minutes.
      to crush and bale cardboard. 2011, 7 minutes.                 DVD No. 490212
      VHS No. 690229                                                DVD No. 490217: In Spanish.
      DVD No. 490229




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Travel Safety                                                Workplace Safety: Preventing Lifting
Addresses safety precautions for business travel to mini-    and Carrying Injuries
mize risks while driving, flying or staying in hotels. Ac-   Presents an animated, virtual-reality tour of a restaurant,
companying guide available. 2004, 15 minutes.                focused on preventing injury while lifting and carrying
VHS No. 690137: Closed captioned.                            boxes and trays of food. Spanish-language version fol-
DVD No. 490137                                               lows the English. Closed captioned in English. 2000, 12
                                                             minutes.
Video Guide to Chain Saw Safety                              VHS No. 690130
Demonstrates how to use chain saws effectively and
safely in landscape maintenance. Includes personal pro-      Workplace Safety: Preventing Slips, Trips and Falls
tective equipment, safety features, maintenance tips and     Presents an animated, virtual-reality tour of a restaurant,
safe operation. 2007 23 minutes.
                    ,                                        focused on preventing slips, trips and falls. Spanish-lan-
VHS No. 690173                                               guage version follows the English. Closed captioned in
DVD No. 490173                                               English. 2000, 11 minutes.
                                                             VHS No. 690129
When the Phone Rings: Telephone Skills
for Better Service                                           Workplace Safety: Robbery
Teaches the art of telephone courtesy: making a good         Prevention and Awareness
first impression and handling calls smoothly and profes-     Presents an animated, virtual-reality tour of a restaurant,
sionally. 2009, 20 minutes.                                  focused on security procedures that help prevent robber-
DVD No. 490003                                               ies and workplace violence. Spanish-language version
                                                             follows the English. Closed captioned in English. 2000,
Winter Safety                                                12 minutes.
Presents off-the-job safety information for winter weather   VHS No. 690131
and the holidays. Covers warm clothing, shoveling snow,
driving, fire safety and holiday parties. Accompanying
guide available. 2009, 16 minutes.
                                                             New!
                                                             Your Safety Matters
VHS No. 690214
                                                             Provides a safety orientation for workers in the grain,
DVD No. 490214: Closed captioned.
                                                             feed and grain-processing industry. Covers fires and ex-
Winter Walking                                               plosions, confined space and bin entry, lockout/tagout,
Provides tips for walking safely in winter. Geared to mail   fall protection, manlifts, etc. Includes Spanish version.
carriers, meter readers and other workers who walk in        Accompanying CD-ROM available. 2010, 30 minutes.
                                                             DVD No. 490237
residential areas. 1995, 8 minutes.
VHS No. 690100

Winter Walking: Avoiding Slips & Falls
Gives viewers things to remember while walking in win-
tery conditions. Covers a wide variety of situations. Ac-
companying guide available. 2009, 11 minutes.
VHS No. 690213
DVD No. 490213: Closed captioned.

Working Outdoors: Mosquitoes & Ticks
Raises awareness of the potential dangers of mosquitoes
and ticks to those who work outdoors. Covers West Nile
Virus and Lyme disease. Accompanying guide available.
2004, 15 minutes.
VHS No. 690127
DVD No. 490127: Includes Spanish version. Includes
resource material. Closed captioned.




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  Chemical hazards                                                        Chemicals by group
                                                                          Chemical Handling Safety: Corrosives                        108
                                                                          Chemical Handling Safety: Flammables                        108
  General and miscellaneous                                               Chemical Handling Safety: Solvents                          108
  Best of Charlie                                                   107   Compressed Gas Cylinders                                    108
  Caution: Foundry at Work                                          108   Compressed Gases: Safe Handling                             108
  Chemical Handling Safety:The Basics                               108   Laboratory Safety Series: Flammables and Explosives
  Drum Handling                                                     109     in the Laboratory                                         112
  First Aid for Chemical Burns                                      103   Laboratory Safety Series: Handling Compressed
  Hazardous Substances - the Fundamentals                           111     Gas Cylinders in the Laboratory                           112
  Health Hazards for Highway Construction                            81   NORM: Naturally Occurring Radioactive Materials             113
  Laboratory Safety:The Finer Points                                112   Radiation Safety                                            113
  Laboratory Safety Series: Orientation to Laboratory Safety        112   Radiation Safety:The Basics                                 114
  Laboratory Safety Series: Planning for Laboratory Emergencies     113   Solvents                                                    115
  Laboratory Safety Series: Safe Handling of Laboratory Glassware   113   Working Safely with Metalworking Fluids                     116
  Laboratory Safety Series: Safety Showers
     and Eye Washes in the Laboratory                               105   Specific chemicals
  Remember Charlie                                                  114   Ammonia Safety                                              107
  SafeTransportation of Hazardous Materials: DriverTraining         114   Asbestos Awareness                                          107
  SafeTransportation of Hazardous Materials:                              Asbestos Awareness: Understanding the Risk                  107
     Function SpecificTraining                                      114   Chlorine Safety for Water and Wastewater Operators          108
  SafeTransportation of Hazardous Materials:                              Chlorine System Safety                                      108
     General AwarenessTraining                                      115   First Response to Chlorine Exposures                        109
  SafeTransportation of Hazardous Materials: SafetyTraining         115   Hexavalent Chromium Awareness                               112
  Safety -- Everyone’s Responsibility                               126   Hydrogen Sulfide EmployeeTraining                           112
  Safety Showers and Eye Washes                                     106   Hydrogen Sulfide Safety                                     112
  Think What If, Not If Only                                        115   Invisible Killer                                            112
  Those Who Know Don’tTell:The On-going Battle for                        Laboratory Safety Series:The OSHA Formaldehyde Standard     113
    Workers Health                                                  115   Lead!Treat It with Respect                                  113
                                                                          Mold Awareness                                              113
  Hazard communication standard                                           Silica Safety Awareness                                     115
  ANSI Material Safety Data Sheets                                  107
  Chemical Hazards in the Workplace                                 108   Process safety
  Global Harmonization: Worldwide Hazard Communication              110   CSB Safety Videos                                           107
  HazCom —Your Right to Know                                        110   CSB Safety Videos 2005-2009                                 107
  Hazard Communication                                              110   Line Breaking: Plan for Success                             122
  Hazard Communication: Behind the Scenes                           110   PSM & RMP Awareness                                         113
  Hazard Communication: Chemical Safety in LTC                      103   Process Safety Management: Solving the Puzzle               113
  Hazard Communication: Elements of Safety                          110
  Hazard Communication: Informed for Safety                         110
  Hazard Communication: It’sYour Right to Know                      110
  Hazard Communication: KHAZTalk Radio                              110
  Hazard Communication: Real Accidents, Real Stories                110
  Hazard Communication: Regulation and Risk                         110
  Hazard Communication:You Need to Know                             103
  Hazard Communication:Your Key to Chemical Safety                  110
  Hazard Communication for Non-Industrial Employees                 111
  Hazard Communication for Public Employees                         111
  Hazard Communication Safety Essentials                            111
  Hazard Communications                                             111
  Hazard Communications,Your Right to Know                          111
  Hazardous Chemicals                                               111
  Hazardous Materials Labels                                        111
  Hazardous Substance Awareness forTradespeople: Electricians       111
  HazCom: An Introduction to Material Safety Data Sheets            111
  MSDS for Healthcare                                               105
  Solid Waste Series: Hazard Communications                         115
  Ten Steps to Chemical Safety                                      115




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Confined space                                                       Roadway Worker Safety: In the Zone
                                                                     Safety Bob’s Construction Safety Orientation
                                                                                                                                    82
                                                                                                                                    83
                                                                     Safety During Renovation and Demolition Operations: Selective
Confined Space Case Histories                                 108
                                                                        Demolition                                                  83
Confined Space Entry: AtmosphericTesting                      109
                                                                     Scaffold Safety: It’s No Joke                                  83
Confined Space Entry: Investigation                           109
                                                                     Scaffolding Safety: Erecting and Dismantling                   83
Confined Space Entry: Keeping Public Employees Safe           109
                                                                     Silica Safety Awareness                                       115
Confined Space Entry: Plan and Prepare                        109
                                                                     Slip, Slop, Slap                                              106
Confined Space Rescue                                         109
                                                                     Stationary Scaffolds in Construction                           83
Confined Space Ventilation                                    109
                                                                     Step Right Up!                                                 83
Confined Spaces: Dangerous Places                             109
                                                                     TallestTool in theTool Box: Using Ladders Safely              129
Confined Spaces and the Entry Permit System                   109
                                                                     Temporary Worker Safely                                       144
Life or Death Series: Confined Space Entry                    113
                                                                     Traffic Control through Work Zones                             83
Permit Required Confined Space Entry                          113
                                                                     Understanding Hand & Power Tool Safety                         83
                                                                     Winter Safety                                                 106

                                                                     Construction equipment
Construction                                                         AdvancedTips: Rigging & Lifting                               78
(See also Cranes, Falls and fall protection,                         Aerial Lift Safety                                           116
and Welding and cutting)                                             Aerial Work Platform SafetyTraining                           78
                                                                     Air Winch                                                     78
                                                                     Avoiding Runovers and Backovers                               78
General                                                              Backhoe Safety                                                78
ABC’s ofYour Personal Fall Arrest System                        78
                                                                     Backhoe Safety: Inspection and Walk Around                    78
Abrasive Blasting Safety                                        78
                                                                     Construction Forklifts: ExtendingYour Reach                   79
Avoiding Runovers and Backovers                                 78
                                                                     Crane Operations: Hand Signals                                79
Brian’s Story:You Can Make a Difference                         78
                                                                     Crane Signal Person BasicTraining                             79
Construction B-A-C-K Safety                                     79
                                                                     Cranes: Mobile Crane Safe Operations                          79
Construction Fall Protection: Get Arrested!                     79
                                                                     Crawler Excavator: Safe OperatingTechniques                   80
Construction Lockout/Tagout: Six Steps to Safety                79
                                                                     Forklift Workshop for Construction                            80
Construction Safety Orientation                                 79
                                                                     Jobsite Lifting with Mobile Construction Equipment            81
Construction Safety Orientation for Employees                   79
                                                                     Motor Grader Series: New Construction                         81
Construction Stairways and Ladders                              79
                                                                     Motor Grader Series: OperatingTips                            82
Contractor Safety: It’s Everybody’s Business                    79
                                                                     Motor Grader Series: Road Maintenance                         82
Core Drilling                                                   79
                                                                     Motor Grader Series: Snow Plowing                             82
Electrical Safety for the Construction Worker                   80
                                                                     Operating aTelehandler Safely                                 82
Eye Protection                                                  80
                                                                     Operating a(n) Aerial Boom Supported Platform Safely          82
Fall Protection:The Basics                                      80
                                                                     Pre-Operational Inspection for Hydraulic Cranes               82
Fall Protection:The Right Connection                            80
                                                                     Rigging: Specialized in Safety                               126
Fall Protection for Ironworkers: Safety in the Sky              80
                                                                     Rigging Equipment Basics                                      82
Flagger Safety                                                  80
                                                                     Rigging Operations                                            82
Flat Sawing & Blade Safety                                      80
                                                                     Sliding Boom Forklift: OperatingTechniques                    83
Getting the Job Done Safely: Worker Safety Orientation          81
                                                                     Transporting Construction Equipment: Best Practices
Hand and PowerTool Safety                                       81
                                                                        forTie-Down & Hauling                                      83
Hand and PowerTool Safety                                     120
                                                                     Working Around Cranes                                         83
Hand Sawing                                                     81
HandTools                                                     120
Handling Structural Steel                                       81   Trenching and excavation
Hazardous Substance Awareness forTradespeople: Electricians    111   Backhoe Safety                                                78
Health Hazards for Highway Construction                         81   Backhoe Safety: Inspection and Walk Around                    78
Heat Stress in Construction Environments                        81   BuriedTruth Uncovered with Eric Giguere                       78
Housekeeping on the Jobsite: A Plan for Success                 81   Call BeforeYou Dig Anything                                   78
Importance of Personal Protective Equipment                     81   Cave-In Response                                              78
Ladder Safety                                                   81   Competent Person:Trenching and Shoring                        78
Ladder Safety                                                 122    Competent Person and Soil Classification                      79
Ladder Safety: Every Step Counts                              122    Crawler Excavator: Safe OperatingTechniques                   80
Ladders and Scaffolds: It’s Up toYou                            81   Excavation andTrenching                                       80
Lead!Treat It with Respect                                    113    Excavation,Trenches and Shoring                               80
OSHA: An Introduction for Construction                          82   In theTrenches: Excavation Safety for Workers                 81
Personal Protective Equipment                                   82   Trench Emergency                                              83
Playing It Safe with PPE                                        82   Trench Safety: It’s More than Digging a Hole                  83
Practical Approach to Ladder Safety                           125    Trenching and Shoring                                         83
Residential Construction: Roofing Safety, Siding,
   Safety, Framing Safety                                      82

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 Cranes                                                                  Hazardous weather and conditions
                                                                         Defensive Driving: When Good Weather Goes Bad                      85
 AdvancedTips: Rigging & Lifting                                    78   Driving in the Rain                                                86
 Crane Operations: Hand Signals                                     79   Driving Safely in Winter Conditions                                86
 Crane Safety: Overhead Operations                                 117   Motor Grader Series: Snow Plowing                                  82
 Crane Signal Person BasicTraining                                  79   Safe Winter Driving                                                88
 Crane Work RiggingTechniques                                      117   Snow ControlTechniques: PlowingTips from the Pros                  89
 Cranes: Mobile Crane Safe Operations                               79   Snowplow Safety                                                    89
 Fall Protection: Elevated Platforms                               118   Snowplow Safety: Parking Lots                                      89
 Handling Structural Steel                                          81   Winter Driving                                                     89
 Hoists and Slings                                                 121   Winter Driving: When the Rules Change                              89
 Industrial Crane Safety                                           121   Working Safely with Snow Plows and Other Snow
 Inspection, Care and Storage of Slings                            121     Removal Vehicles                                                 89
 Jobsite Lifting with Mobile Construction Equipment                 81
 Overhead Crane Safety                                             124   Substance abuse
 Pre-Operational Inspection for Hydraulic Cranes                    82   DOT Drug & AlcoholTesting:Your Rights & Responsibilities          130
 Rigging: Specialized in Safety                                    126   DUI Story...What If?                                               84
 Rigging Equipment Basics                                           82   Drivers, Drugs & Drinking                                          86
 Rigging Operations                                                 82
 Safe Operation of Overhead Cranes                                 126   Truck drivers
 Working Around Cranes                                              83   Commercial Driver Certification: License to Drive (Program 1)      84
                                                                         Commercial Driver Certification: Combination Vehicles and
                                                                            Endorsements (Program 2)                                        84
 Driving                                                                 Delivering the Goods
                                                                         Drivers, Drugs & Drinking
                                                                                                                                            85
                                                                                                                                            86
                                                                         Dry Van Cargo Securement                                           86
 General                                                                 Eye on Defensive Driving                                           86
 AreYou Playing with a Full Deck?                                  84    Eye on Speed & Space Management                                    87
 Backing, Parking and Intersections                                84    Flatbed Cargo Securement                                           87
 BeforeYouTurn the Key                                             84    Flatbed Safety                                                     87
 Blindfold Effect                                                  84    Injury Prevention for Drivers                                      87
 Decision Driving, Part 1: Overview                                84    Master Driver: Accident Procedures                                 87
 Decision Driving, Part 2: ExpandYour Look Ahead Capacity          84    Master Driver: BackingTechniques                                   87
 Decision Driving, Part 3: Size Up the Whole Scene                 84    Master Driver: DrivingTechniques                                   87
 Decision Driving, Part 4: SignalYour Intentions Early             84    Master Driver: Emergency Maneuvers                                 87
 Decision Driving, Part 5: Plan an Escape Route                    85    Master Driver: Extreme Weather Driving                             87
 Decision Driving, Part 6:Take Decisive Action                     85    Master Driver: Safety Issues                                       87
 Defensive Driving: I Could See It Coming (Auto Version)           85    Master Driver: Vehicle Inspections                                 87
 Distracted Driving: At What Cost?                                 85    Pre-Trip Inspection: A Circle of Safety                            87
 Distracted Driving: Game Over                                     85    Safe Loading and Unloading of Delivery Vehicles                    88
 Distracted Driving: Real Accidents, Real Stories II               85    SafeTransportation of Hazardous Materials: DriverTraining         114
 Do’s and Don’ts at the Gas Pump (CD-ROM)                          86    Solid Waste Series: Backing Accident Prevention                   128
 Driven to Distraction                                             86    Solid Waste Series: Commercial Pick-Up
 Driven to Distraction II                                          86       (Front-End Loading and Roll-Offs)                              128
 Driver Safety: A Lifetime of Learning                             86    Solid Waste Series: Pre-Trip Inspection                           128
 Driver Safety Begins with Attitude                                86    Solid Waste Series: Residential Operations                        128
 Driving Distractions of the Professional Driver                   86    Solid Waste Series: Route Safety Analysis                         128
 Drowsy Driving: It’sYour Wake Up Call                             86    Solid Waste Series: Safety Orientation                            128
 Emotional Wreck                                                   86    Transporting Construction Equipment: Best Practices
 Expecting the Unexpected:The Key to Accident-Free Driving         86      forTie-Down & Hauling                                            83
 Road Rage and Aggressive Driving: A View from the Driver’s Seat   88
 WatchYour Load                                                    89
 Why Do We Drive the Way We Do?                                    89




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Miscellaneous                                                               Emergency preparedness
Be Sensible: Don’t DriveYourself to Distraction                    84
Courtesy Vehicle Safety                                            84       and response
Defensive Driving: 15-Passenger Van                                85
Defensive Driving: I Could See It Coming (Cargo Van Version)       85       Building and Office Evacuation                                    97
Defensive Driving: I Could See It Coming (Step Vans Version)       85       Chemical Spills Part 1: Emergency Preparedness                  108
Defensive Driving for Government Employees                         85       Chemical Spills Part 2: Control Procedures                      108
Delivering the Goods                                               85       Dealing with Hazardous Spills                                   109
Golf Cart & LSV Safety: On and Off the Course                     142       Decon                                                           109
It’s Good Business: A Supervisor’s Guide to Defensive Driving      87       Disaster Safety: Aftermath and Cleanup                            97
Safe Driving: A School Bus Driver’s Series -- Accident Procedures 88        Emergency Evacuation: Getting Out Alive                           97
Safe Driving: A School Bus Driver’s Series -- City Driving         88       Emergency Evacuation of the Facility                              97
Safe Driving: A School Bus Driver’s Series -- Defensive Driving    88       Emergency Evacuations from Multi-Story Buildings                  97
Safe Driving: A School Bus Driver’s Series -- DrivingTechniques    88       Emergency Preparedness                                            97
Safe Driving: A School Bus Driver’s Series -- Emergency Maneuvers 88        Emergency Preparedness: A Supervisor’s Role                       97
Safe Driving: A School Bus Driver’s Series -- Passenger Safety     88       Emergency Preparedness: An Employee’s Responsibility              97
Safe Driving: A School Bus Driver’s Series -- Seeing Hazards       88       HAZMAT Spills: AreYou Ready?                                     111
Safe Driving: A School Bus Driver’s Series -- UsingYour Mirrors    88       HAZWOPER First Responder: Awareness Level                        111
Safe Driving: A School Bus Driver’s Series -- Vehicle Inspections  88       HAZWOPER First Responder: Operations Level                       111
Safety on the Road: Defensive Driving for Delivery Vans            89       High Rise Evacuation                                              99
                                                                            Incident Command System: When Duty Calls                          99
                                                                            Laboratory Safety Series: Planning for Laboratory Emergencies   113
Electricity                                                                 Lessons from Ground Zero: Emergency Action Plan
                                                                            Lessons from Ground Zero: Evacuation
                                                                                                                                              99
                                                                                                                                              99
2009 NFPA 70E: Electrical Safety-Related Work Practices             89      Miracle on the Hudson: Prepare for Safety                       143
Arc Flash: Live toTell                                              89      Planning for Disaster:Tornadoes                                   99
Arc Flash Awareness                                                 89      SEAJ Special Report: Disaster Preparedness                        99
Arc Flash Safety Awareness                                          90      Severe Weather Alert: AreYou Prepared?                            99
Birthday Wish (Both Versions)                                       90      Spiral to Disaster                                              128
BucketTruck Shock Hazards                                           90      Tornados: Be Prepared!                                          100
Electrical Arc Flash Safety                                         90      Understanding the Hazard Classes                                115
Electrical Burns                                                   102
Electrical Hazards: Avoid the Risk                                  90
Electrical Safety                                                   90      Ergonomics
Electrical Safety: Basic Principles                                 90
Electrical Safety: Controlling the Hazards                          90
Electrical Safety: NFPA 70E                                         90      General
Electrical Safety: Preventing the Shock of a Lifetime               90      Elements of Ergonomics: Basics of Ergonomics, and Elements
Electrical Safety: What Everyone Should Know                        90        of an Ergonomics Program                                       93
Electrical Safety: Working Around Live Circuits                     90      Ergonomic ProgramsThat Work                                      94
Electrical Safety for Non-Electricians                              90      ErgonomicTask Analysis
Electrical Safety for the Construction Worker                       80        Module 1: Survey and Analyze                                   94
Electrical Safety in the Workplace                                  91        Module 2: Focus and Eliminate                                  94
Energized Electrical Work Permit                                    91      Ergonomics: Job Safety Analysis                                  94
Hazard Recognition for Utility Workers                             120      Ergonomics: Solving the Puzzle                                   94
High Impact SafetyTraining for Qualified Electrical Workers         91      Ergonomics:The 24-Hour Body                                      94
Laboratory Safety Series: Electrical Safety in the Laboratory       91      Ergonomics Awareness                                             94
LockoutTragedy                                                      91      Ergonomics Awareness for Supervisors                             94
Mark Standifer Story: Lessons Learned from an Arc                           Industrial Ergonomics                                            94
   FlashTragedy                                                        92   Overexertion: Injury Prevention                                  96
Mark Standifer’s Electrical Safety Briefing                            92   Take Five (Modules 1, 2, 3)                                      96
NFPA 70E: Safety Requirements for Electricians                         92   Take Five (Modules 4, 5)                                         96
Seminar on NFPA 70E-2004: Standard for Electrical Safety                    Understanding Musculoskeletal Disorders (MSD)                    96
  in the Workplace                                                     92
Shock Proof: Electrical Safety -- Qualified Employee                   92
Shock Proof: Electrical Safety -- Unqualified Employee                 92




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  Lifting and back safety                                                 Falls and fall protection
  Back in Action                                                  93
  Back Injury Prevention                                          93      ABC’s ofYour Personal Fall Arrest System                          78
  Back Owner’s Guide to Lifting & Stretching                      93      Construction Fall Protection: Get Arrested!                       79
  Back Safety: Lift for Life                                      93      Construction Stairways and Ladders                                79
  Back Safety: Proper Lifting Procedures                          93      Don’t Fall Down on the Job                                       117
  Back Safety for First Responders                                93      Fall Factors: Understanding & Preventing Slips,Trips and Falls   118
  Back to Basics                                                  93      Fall Protection: Elevated Platforms                              118
  Bit About Backs: Back Basics (Module 1)                         93      Fall Protection:The Basics                                        80
  Bit About Backs: Risk Factors (Module 2)                        93      Fall Protection:The Right Connection                              80
  Bit About Backs: Prevention Strategies (Module 3)               93      Fall Protection:Your Lifeline to Safety                          118
  Construction B-A-C-K Safety                                     79      Fall Protection for Construction                                  80
  Delivering the Goods                                            85      Fall Protection for Ironworkers: Safety in the Sky                80
  Elements of Back Care                                          102      Fall Protection Video                                             80
  How to Help Someone Who Uses a Wheelchair                               Falls in the Workplace                                           118
      Without HurtingYourself                                    104      Height Safety Essentials                                         120
  Injury Prevention for Drivers                                   87      Ladder Safety                                                     81
  It’sYour Back: Don’t Break It — Back Safety for Home Care               Ladder Safety                                                    122
     Workers                                                     105      Ladder Safety: Every Step Counts                                 122
  Levantar Peso Correctamente en la Industria                             Ladders and Scaffolds: It’s Up toYou                              81
      (Safe Lifting for Industry)                                 95      Personal Fall Protection: One Step Beyond                        125
  Manual Handling                                                 95      Practical Approach to Ladder Safety                              125
  Manual Material Handling Safety                                 95      Ron Hayes:The Good Fight                                         143
  Material Handling for Industry 2012                             95      Safety:The Good Fight                                            143
  Office Manual Handling: the New Approach                        96      Shattered:The Jeff Walters Story                                 127
  Principles of Safe Lifting and Carrying                         96      Slips,Trips & Falls                                              127
  Safe Lifting in Healthcare                                     106      Slips,Trips and Falls                                            127
  Safe Lifting in the Office                                      96      Slips,Trips and Falls: EducateYourself                           144
  Safe Manual Handling                                            96      Slips,Trips and Falls: Keeping a Step Ahead                      127
  Take Five (Modules 1, 2, 3)                                     96      Slips,Trips and Falls: StrangerThan Friction                     128
  Workplace Safety: Preventing Lifting & Carrying Injuries       145      Slips,Trips and Falls:Taking the Right Steps                     128
                                                                          Step Right Up!                                                    83
  Computer use                                                            Supermarket Series: Preventing Slips,Trips & Falls               144
  Ergonomic Essentials for the Office                                94   TallestTool in theTool Box: Using Ladders Safety                 129
  Making It Fit: Improving Our Office Comfort                        95   Winter Walking: Avoiding Slips & Falls                           145
  Office ErgonomicTask Analysis                                      95   Workplace Safety: Preventing Slips,Trips and Falls               145
  Office Ergonomics                                                  95
  Office Ergonomics: AdjustingYour Workstation and Postures          95
  Office Ergonomics: If OnlyYour Computer CouldTalk ...              95
  Office ErgonomicsToday                                             95   Fire safety
  Out of the Office: Ergonomics for the Mobile Worker                96
  Principles of Office Ergonomics                                    96   Fire extinguishers
                                                                          Fire Extinguisher BasicTraining                                   98
  Miscellaneous                                                           Fire Extinguisher Classification                                  98
  Fatigue at Work                                                131      Fire Extinguishers: Ready to Respond                              98
  Flatbed Safety                                                  87      Fire Extinguishers:The FirstThirty Seconds                        98
  Laboratory Safety Series: Laboratory Ergonomics                 94      Fire Extinguishers:Your PASS to Safety                            98
  Muscle Strains and Sprains: Preventive Stretching               95      Fire Safety                                                       98
  Stretching Out at Work                                          96      Stop It Burning                                                  100
                                                                          Using Fire Extinguishers                                         100

                                                                          Fire prevention and preparedness
                                                                          Beverly Hills Supper Club Fire                                    97
                                                                          Building and Office Evacuation                                    97
                                                                          Chemical Handling Safety: Flammables                             108
                                                                          Combustible Dust: Incident Prevention                             97
                                                                          Combustible Dust: Up in a Flash                                   97
                                                                          Do’s and Don’ts at the Gas Pump (CD-ROM)                          86
                                                                          Emergency Evacuation: Getting Out Alive                           97
                                                                          Emergency Evacuations from Multi-Story Buildings                  97
                                                                          Emergency Preparedness                                            97
                                                                          Fire Awareness                                                    98
                                                                          Fire Hazard Recognition                                           98
                                                                          Fire Prevention: It’s Up toYou                                    98
                                                                          Fire Protection and Prevention                                    98
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Fire Safety                                                       98   Heat and cold stress
Fire Safety and Evacuation: KeepingYour Workplace Safe            98   Beat the Heat: Preventing &Treating Heat Disorders                 100
Fire Safety & Firewatch                                           98   Cold Stress                                                        102
Fire Safety for Industrial Workers                                98   Heat Hazards                                                       104
Fire Safety for Schools: Sound the Alarm!                         99   Heat Related Illness: Prevention and Response                      104
High Rise Evacuation                                              99   Heat Stress: Don’t LoseYour Cool                                   104
Hot Work Management: Safe Welding/Cutting/Brazing                 99   Heat Stress: Preventative Measures                                 104
Hot Work Permit                                                   99   Heat Stress: Real Accidents, Real Stories                          104
Industrial Fire Prevention                                        99   Heat Stress: Staying Healthy, Working Safely                       104
Laboratory Safety Series: Flammables and Explosives                    Heat Stress for Public Employees: Seeing Red                       104
   in the Laboratory                                          112      Heat Stress in Construction Environments                            81
Office Building Fire Safety – Low Rise                         99      Heat Stress Prevention                                             104
Office Fire and Evacuation: AreYou Prepared?                   99      Hypothermia & Frostbite                                            104
SEAJ Special Report: Disaster Preparedness                     99      Understanding & Preventing Heat-Related Illnesses                  106
Static Electricity                                            100      Winter Safety                                                      106
Welding: Safe Work with Hotwork                               129      Working Safely in Cold Weather                                     107
You Are My Sunshine                                           100      Working Safely in Hot Environments                                 107

                                                                       Miscellaneous
First aid and health                                                   Avian Flu: WhatYou Need to Know
                                                                       Employee Wellness: A Way of Life
                                                                                                                                          100
                                                                                                                                          102
                                                                       Employee Wellness:Taking Care ofYou                                102
Bloodborne pathogens                                                   Fatigue Management Essentials                                      131
BBP InYour World: Don’t Risk It                               100
                                                                       H.I.D.E. & S.E.E.K.! Eight Strategies to Prevent the
Blood Borne Pathogens                                         100
                                                                           Spread of Infection of Infection                               103
Bloodborne Pathogens                                          100
                                                                       Handwashing: Avoiding Germs and Viruses at Work                    103
Bloodborne Pathogens: A Sharper Image                         100
                                                                       Health and Hygiene Essentials for Industry                         104
Bloodborne Pathogens: Always ProtectYourself                  101
                                                                       Health and Hygiene Essentials for the Office                       104
Bloodborne Pathogens: Exposure in the Workplace               101
                                                                       MRSA Awareness                                                     105
Bloodborne Pathogens: Just the Facts                          101
                                                                       Medical Safety: New Concerns for a Growing Problem                 105
Bloodborne Pathogens: Managing the Risk                       101
                                                                       Preventing the Spread of Contagious Illness                        106
Bloodborne Pathogens: Protection in Home Care Setting         101
                                                                       Shiftwork: Circadian Survival                                      133
Bloodborne Pathogens: Questions & Answers                     101
                                                                       Slip, Slop, Slap                                                   106
Bloodborne Pathogens:Take Precautions                         101
                                                                       Top FiveThingsYou Need to Know About the Flu                       106
Bloodborne Pathogens: Universal Precautions                   101
Bloodborne Pathogens for Bus Drivers:The Route to Safety      101
Bloodborne Pathogens for Custodians                           101
Bloodborne Pathogens for Fire and Rescue                      102      Groundskeeping/landscaping
Bloodborne Pathogens in Schools:The Fundamentals              102
Bloodborne PathogensTraining for Employees                    102      Chainsaw Safety: Real Accidents, Real Stories                      141
Infection Control in Home Healthcare                          105      Chainsaw Safety Basics: An Expert’s Perspective                    141
Needlesticks: Avoiding Exposure                               105      Groundskeeping Safety: Be a Pro!                                   142
WSI: Bloodborne Pathogens                                     106      Groundskeeping Safety: Dealing with Bugs & Critters                142
                                                                       Temporary Worker Safety                                            144
First aid                                                              Video Guide to Chain Saw Safety                                    145
Burn Emergencies: Prevention & Response                       102      Working Outdoors: Mosquitoes &Ticks                                145
Cuts and Bleeding                                             102
Electrical Burns                                              102
Emergency Preparedness                                         97
First Aid                                                     102      Health-care workers
First Aid: Hands and Fingers                                  102
First Aid: Prepared to Help                                   103      BBP InYour World: Don’t Risk It                                    100
First Aid: React & Respond                                    103      Be Safe at Work: Safety Orientation for Workers in LongTerm Care   100
First Aid: Until Help Arrives                                 103      Bloodborne Pathogens: A Sharper Image                              100
First Aid for Chemical Burns                                  103      Bloodborne Pathogens: Protection in Home Care Setting              101
First Response: Bleeding and SoftTissue Injuries              103      Combative Residents: MirrorTheir Reality                           102
First Response: Head & Spinal Injuries &                               Elements of Back Care                                              102
   Musculoskeletal Injuries                                   103      Hand Hygiene: For Hands that Care                                  103
First Response: Medical Conditions and Poisoning              103      Hazard Communication: Chemical Safety in LTC                       103
Groundskeeping Safety: Dealing with Bugs & Critters           142      Hazard Communication:You Need to Know                              103
Laboratory Safety Series: Safety Showers and Eye                       Home Health Safety Orientation                                     104
   Washes in the Laboratory                                   105      How to Help Someone Who Uses a Wheelchair Without
Safety Showers and Eye Washes                                 106        HurtingYourself                                                  104
Thermal Burns                                                 106      Infection Control in Home Healthcare                               105

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  Infection Control in Long-Term Care: ProtectYour Residents,
      ProtectYourself                                              105   Introduction to Workplace Safety                                    121
  It’sYour Back: Don’t Break It — Back Safety for Home                   Job Safety Analysis                                                 137
      Care Workers                                                 105   Just a Second Ago:The Brad Livingston Story                         122
  MRSA and VRE Precautions: Battling Superbugs                     105   Just Another Day                                                    122
  MSDS for Healthcare                                              105   “Knock It Off” with Jeff “Odie” Espenship                           122
  Needlesticks: Avoiding Exposure                                  105   Leading Indicators: It’s the LittleThings with
  Nursing Homes: Hazards and Solutions                             105      Jeff “Odie” Espenship                                            122
  Patient Lifting: Safe Strategies                                 105   Life Is for Living                                                  142
  Respirators:YourTB Defense &TB Respiratory Protection            106   Listen Up: Commit to Receive Feedback                               122
  Safe Lifting in Healthcare                                       106   MaintainingYour Safety                                              123
  Safety for Hospital Housekeepers                                 106   Making Safety Incentives Work                                       138
  Violence and Home Health Care: Be Smart, Be Safe                 106   Motivating Safe Behavior                                            138
                                                                         Newcomers                                                           123
                                                                         Now, MoreThan Ever                                                  123
                                                                         OSHA: An Introduction                                               123
  Industrial safety                                                      OSHA Recordkeeping                                                  138
                                                                         One for All:Teamwork the Meerkat Way                                124
  General                                                                Orientation to Workplace Safety                                     124
  Accident/Incident Investigation & Root Cause Analysis:                 Pedestrian Safety in Industry                                       124
     Piecing ItTogether                                            116   Principles of Accident Investigation                                125
  Accident Investigation: Examining the Details                    116   Pro-Active Safety Committee: ATeam for Success                      126
  Actively Caring for aTotal Safety Culture with E.                      Promises Promises                                                   143
     Scott Geller, Ph.D.                                           135   Recordkeeping:True to Form                                          139
  Best of Charlie                                                  107   Remember Charlie                                                    114
  Brian’s Story:You Can Make A Difference                           78   Risk Assessment for Industry                                        126
  Building Successful SafetyTeams:Together Everyone                      S.T       .
                                                                             .A.R.T II:The Way We Work, Part 1                               139
     Achieves More                                                 116   S.T       .
                                                                             .A.R.T II:The Way We Work, Part 2                               139
  Close Calls & Near Misses                                        116   Safe Behavior — No Regrets                                          126
  Coaching Safe Behavior                                           135   Safety -- Everyone’s Responsibility                                 126
  ContingencyTraining                                              117   Safety Awareness                                                    126
  Contractor & Visitor Awareness                                   117   Safety Committee: Problem or Solution?                              140
  Contractor Safety: It’s Everybody’s Business                      79   Safety Housekeeping and Accident Prevention                         126
  Dan Petersen’s Safety Management Series:                               Safety in the Workplace: Vol. III — Safety Orientation for New
       Part 1:The Criteria for Safety Excellence                   135      Employees                                                        126
       Part 2: EvaluatingYour Safety System                        135   Safety Orientation: On Alert                                        127
       Part 3: Measurement and Reward                              135   Safety Signs                                                        127
       Part 4: Safe Behavior Reinforcement                         135   SafetyTeams                                                         127
       Part 5: High Participation Safety — A Case Study            136   Safety’s Most Wanted                                                127
  Dan Petersen’sThe Challenge of Change:                                 Safety’s Most Wanted, Episode ll:The Accomplices                    127
       Part 1: Creating a New Safety Culture                       136   Safety’sTop 10 Causes of Workplace Injury                           127
       Part 2: Implementing the Perception Survey                  136   Shattered:The Jeff Walters Story                                    127
       Part 3: Implementing the Interview Method                   136   Speak Up: Commit to Give Feedback                                   128
       Part 4: Using the AnalysisTools                             136   Spiral to Disaster                                                  128
       Part 5: ImplementingYour Plan                               136   TakeTime for Safety                                                 128
  Do It for Me!                                                    117   Temporary Worker Safety                                             144
  Effective Safety Committees                                      117   ThankYou                                                            129
  EnsureYour Safety                                                117   Think What If, Not If Only                                          115
  Extra Effort for Safety Sake                                     117   Tom Harvey’s Accident Investigation for Everyone                    129
  First Step                                                       118   Tom Harvey’s Safety Leadership for Everyone                         129
  Frontline: A Dangerous Business Revisited                        119   Understanding Hazards and Risks                                     129
  Good Safety Habits and Accident PreventionTechniques             119   Understanding Safety Awareness                                      129
  Hooked on Safety: My World, with Billy Robbins                   121   What WouldYou Say?                                                  129
  Housekeeping                                                     121   Workplace Hazard Perception Challenge                               130
  Housekeeping: It Ain’t Like the Movies                           121
  Housekeeping andTeamwork in Industry                             121   Machine operation
  I Chose to Look the Other Way                                    121   Grinding                                                            120
  Implementing Behavior-Based Safety                               137   Hazards of Long Hair, Loose Clothing & Jewelry                      120
  Incident Investigation                                           121   High Impact Metal Working Safety                                    120
  Incident Investigation: Once Is Enough                           121   Kevin Bailey Story                                                  142
  Introduction to Behavior-Based Safety:                                 Machine Guard Awareness                                             122
     Module 1: Foundation Concepts                                 137   Machine Guarding                                                    123
     Module 2: Behavior Analysis                                   137   Machine Guarding Project                                            123
     Module 3:The Inventory                                        137   Machine Shop Safety                                                 123
     Module 4: Observation & Feedback                              137   Machines, Operators and Guards: Real Accidents, Real Stories        123
     Module 5: Problem Solving                                     137   MaintainingYour Safety                                              123
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Mechanical Power Press Safety: Don’t PressYour Luck               123    Stored Energy:The Hidden Hazard                             128
Mill Safety and Rescue in the Rubber Industry                     123    TallestTool in theTool Box: Using Ladders Safely            129
Press Brake Safeguarding                                          125    Treatment Plant Safety                                      129
Safe and Effective Grinding                                       126    Utility Cart Safety                                         129
Working Safely with Metalworking Fluids                           116    Working Outdoors: Mosquitoes andTicks                       145

Miscellaneous
Aerial Lift Safety                                                116
Aerial Work Platform SafetyTraining                                78    Industrial trucks
Band Saw Safety                                                   116
Basics of Bulkhead Operations                                     116    General
BucketTruck Safety                                                116    Forklift Basics: Safe from the Start                        118
BucketTruck Shock Hazards                                          90    Forklift Case Histories: Serious Business                   118
BucketTrucks                                                      116    Forklift Fundamentals: Get the Facts                        118
BucketTrucks: ExtendingYour Safety                                116    Forklift Maneuvers: All the Right Moves                     119
Cell Phones in the Workplace: A Dangerous Distraction             116    Forklift Operations: Carry the Load                         119
Compressed Air Safety                                             117    Forklift Operations: Safety Driven                          119
Conveyor Safety in the Workplace                                  117    Forklift Safety                                             119
Crane Safety: Overhead Operations                                 117    Forklift Safety: Best Operating Practices                   119
Crane Work RiggingTechniques                                      117    Forklift Safety: Inspection                                 119
Dangers of Compressed Air                                         117    Forklift Safety: Operation                                  119
Dry Van Cargo Securement                                           86    Forklift Safety: Refueling Procedures                       119
Fall Factors: Understanding & Preventing Slips,Trips and Falls    118    Forklift Safety:The Experienced Operator                    119
Fall Protection: Elevated Platforms                               118    Forklift Safety:The Responsible Operator — Operations       119
Fall Protection:Your Lifeline to Safety                           118    Forklift Stability Essentials                               119
Falls in the Workplace                                            118    Handle With Care: Forklift SafetyTraining                   120
Flatbed Cargo Securement                                           87    More High Impact Forklift Safety                            123
Golf Cart & LSV Safety: On and Off the Course                     142    Pallet and Skid Safety                                      124
Hand and PowerTool Safety                                         120    Pedestrian SafetyTraining                                   124
Hand Aware                                                        120    Power Lifters                                               125
Hand Injury Prevention:You Control It                             120    Steps to Safety: Pedestrian Safety in a
HandTools                                                         120        Material Handling Environment                           128
Hand, Wrist and Finger Safety                                     120
Hazard Recognition for Utility Workers                            120    Specific
Height Safety Essentials                                          120    Construction Forklifts: ExtendingYour Reach                  79
High Impact PowerTool Safety                                      120    Forklift Workshop for Construction                           80
Hoists and Slings                                                 121    Manual Pallet Jack Safety                                   123
Industrial Crane Safety                                           121    Operating aTelehandler Safely                                82
Inspection, Care and Storage of Slings                            121    Operating Electric Pallet Jacks Safely                      124
Knife Safety in the Workplace                                     122    Orderpicker Safety                                          124
Ladder Safety                                                     122    Powered High LiftTrucks: Order Picker Safety                125
Ladder Safety                                                      81    Powered Low-LiftTrucks: Walkie and Walkie/Rider Safety      125
Ladder Safety: Every Step Counts                                  122    Safe Use of Powered Pallet Movers                           126
Ladders and Scaffolds: It’s Up toYou                               81    Sliding Boom Forklift: OperatingTechniques                   83
Laser Safety:The Blink of an Eye                                  122
Manual Material Handling Safety                                    95
Operating a(n) Aerial Boom Supported Platform Safely               82
Overhead Crane Safety                                             124    Lockout/tagout
Pallet and Skid Safety                                            124
Pedestrian SafetyTraining                                         124    Birthday Wish (Both Versions)                                90
Practical Approach to Ladder Safety                               125    Construction Lockout/Tagout: Six Steps to Safety             79
Radiation Safety                                                  113    Line Breaking: Plan for Success                             122
Rigging: Specialized in Safety                                    126    Lockout-Tagout                                               91
Safe Operation and Use of All-Terrain Vehicles                    143    Lockout/Tagout: Affected Employees                           91
Safe Operation of Overhead Cranes                                 126    Lockout/Tagout: Authorized Employees                         91
Safe Operation of Scissor & Boom Lifts                            126    LockoutTagout: Controlling the Beast                         91
Skin Care and Safety                                              115    Lockout/Tagout: Employee Awareness                           91
Solid Waste Series: Backing Accident Prevention                   128    Lockout/Tagout: Lightning in a Bottle                        91
Solid Waste Series: Commercial Pick-Up (Front-End                        Lockout/Tagout: When Everyone Knows                          91
   Loading and Roll-Offs)                                          128   Lockout/Tagout:Your Key to Safety                            92
Solid Waste Series: Pre-Trip Inspection                            128   Lockout/Tagout Awareness                                     92
Solid Waste Series: Residential Operations                         128   LockoutTagout Compliance                                     92
Solid Waste Series: Route Safety Analysis                          128   Lockout/TagoutTraining for Employees                         92
Solid Waste Series: Safety Orientation                             128   LockoutTagout Would Have Saved His Life                      92
Step Right Up!                                                      83   LockoutTragedy                                               92
Steps to Safety: Pedestrian Safety in a
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  Office safety                                                         Feet
                                                                        Foot Protection                                               118
  Accident/Incident Investigation & Root Cause Analysis:                Safely onYour Feet                                            126
     Piecing ItTogether                                           116
  Conflict Resolution in the Office                               130   Hand
  Emergency Evacuations from Multi-Story Buildings                 97   Hand Aware                                                    120
  Ergonomic Essentials for the Office                              94   Hand Injury Prevention:You Control It                         120
  Fire Safety and Evacuation: KeepingYour Workplace Safe           98   Hand Safety: It’s inYour Hands                                120
  Hazard Communication for Non-Industrial Employees               111   Hand, Wrist and Finger Safety                                 120
  High Rise Evacuation                                             99   Lessons Learned from Hand Injuries                            122
  Making It Fit: Improving Our Office Comfort                      95
  Office Building Fire Safety – Low Rise                           99   Head
  Office ErgonomicTask Analysis                                    95   That’s WhyYou Wear a Hardhat                                  129
  Office Ergonomics                                                95
  Office Ergonomics: AdjustingYour Workstation and Postures        95
  Office Ergonomics: If OnlyYour Computer CouldTalk ...            95
                                                                        Hearing
                                                                        AreYou Listening, Jim…?                                       107
  Office ErgonomicsToday                                           95
                                                                        AuditoryTransduction                                          107
  Office Fire and Evacuation: AreYou Prepared?                     99
                                                                        Hearing Conservation: MSHA’s Part 62                          112
  Office Injury Prevention                                         95
                                                                        Hearing Conservation:The Facts                                112
  Office Manual Handling: the New Approach                         96
                                                                        Hearing ConservationTraining for Employees                    112
  Office Safety: It’s Not Magic                                    96
                                                                        Hearing Video                                                 112
  Office Safety Essentials                                         96
                                                                        Noise andYou                                                  113
  Out of the Office: Ergonomics for the Mobile Worker              96
                                                                        What?! ProtectingYour Hearing                                 115
  Principles of Office Ergonomics                                  96
                                                                        What Hearing Loss Sounds Like                                 115
  Safe Lifting in the Office                                       96
  Temporary Worker Safety                                         144
  Understanding Safety in the Office                               96   Respirators
  Workplace Harassment in the Office                              134   Atmosphere-Supplying Respirators                              107
                                                                        Disposable Respirators: Exposure Control                      109
                                                                        Respirators:YourTB Defense &TB Respiratory Protection         106
                                                                        Respiratory Protection                                        114
  Personal protective equipment (PPE)                                   Respiratory Protection: A Breath of Fresh Air                 114
                                                                        Respiratory Protection: Another World                         114
  General and miscellaneous                                             Respiratory Protection & Safety                               114
  Equipo de Proteccion Personal (PPE)                             117   Respiratory Protection Program: EmployeeTraining              114
  Importance of Personal Protective Equipment                      81   Respiratory Protection Program: Employer Responsibilities     114
  PPE: Don’t Start Work Without It                                124
  PPE: Head toToe                                                 124
  PPE: Wear It forYou (David’s Been Hurt)                         124
  PPE:Your Defensive Line                                         124   Portuguese language (DVD only)
  PPE Essentials                                                  124
  PPE Hazard Assessment                                           138   Arc Flash: Live toTell                                         89
  Personal Protective Equipment                                    82   Arc Flash Safety Awareness                                     90
  Personal Protective Equipment: Real Accidents, Real Stories     125   Asbestos Awareness: Understanding the Risk                    107
  Personal Protective Equipment:The Right Choice                  125   Avian Flu: WhatYou Need to Know                               100
  Personal Protective Equipment:Your Last Line of Defense         125   BBP InYour World: Don’t Risk It                               100
  Playing It Safe with PPE                                         82   Beat the Heat: Preventing &Treating Heat Disorders            100
  Skin Care and Safety                                            115   BeforeYouTurn the Key                                          84
                                                                        Bloodborne Pathogens: Just the Facts                          101
                                                                        Bloodborne Pathogens: Protection in Home Care Setting         101
  Eyes
                                                                        BucketTrucks: ExtendingYour Safety                            116
  Eye Protection                                                   80
                                                                        Chemical Handling Safety:The Basics                           108
  Eye Safety: No Second Chances                                   118
                                                                        Combustible Dust: Up in a Flash                                97
  Eye Safety Basics                                               118
                                                                        Confined Space Entry: Investigation                           109
  Eye Safety OnlyTakes a Second and Lasts a Lifetime              118
                                                                        Confined Space Entry: Plan and Prepare                        109
  In the Blink of an Eye                                          121
                                                                        Contractor Safety: It’s Everybody’s Business                   79
  Laboratory Safety Series: Safety Showers and
                                                                        Electrical Safety: Basic Principles                            90
     Eye Washes in the Laboratory                                 105
                                                                        Emergency Evacuation: Getting Out Alive                        97
  Prevention of Eye Injuries                                      125
                                                                        Emotional Wreck                                                86
  Safety Showers and Eye Washes                                   106
                                                                        Ergonomics: Solving the Puzzle                                 94
  Slag Injuries to the Eye: It Can Happen toYou                   127
                                                                        Ergonomics:The 24-Hour Body                                    94
  That’s WhyYou Wear Eye Protection                               129
  Understanding Eye Safety at Work                                129
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Ethics:The L.O.G.I.C. of Right                                  131    Dan Petersen’sThe Challenge of Change:
Fall Protection:The Right Connection                             80       Part 1: Creating a New Safety Culture                       136
Fire Extinguishers:Your PASS to Safety                           98       Part 2: Implementing the Perception Survey                  136
First Aid: Prepared to Help                                     103       Part 3: Implementing the Interview Method                   136
Forklift Basics: Safe from the Start                            118       Part 4: Using the AnalysisTools                             136
Forklift Fundamentals: Get the Facts                            118       Part 5: ImplementingYour Plan                               136
Forklift Maneuvers: All the Right Moves                         119    Effective Safety Committees                                    117
Global Harmonization: Worldwide Hazard Communication            110    Emergency Preparedness: A Supervisor’s Role                     97
Hand Safety: It’s inYour Hands                                  120    Ergonomics Awareness for Supervisors                            94
Handwashing: Avoiding Germs and Viruses at Work                 103    From Knowing to Doing: Maximizing the Return onYour
Hazard Communication: Elements of Safety                        110       SafetyTraining Investment                                   136
Heat Stress: Don’t LoseYour Cool                                104    How We Lead: Insights to Build a Stronger Safety Culture       137
Heat Stress for Public Employees: Seeing Red                    104    Implementing Behavior-Based Safety                             137
Hexavalent Chromium Awareness                                   112    Incident Investigation: Once Is Enough                         121
Just Another Day                                                122    Introduction to Behavior-Based Safety:
Laser Safety:The Blink of an Eye                                122       Module 1: Foundation Concepts                               137
Lessons from Ground Zero: Emergency Action Plan                  99       Module 2: Behavior Analysis                                 137
Lessons from Ground Zero: Evacuation                             99       Module 3:The Inventory                                      137
Line Breaking: Plan for Success                                 122       Module 4: Observation & Feedback                            137
LockoutTagout: Controlling the Beast                             91       Module 5: Problem Solving                                   137
Lockout/Tagout: Lightning in a Bottle                            91    Job Safety Analysis                                            137
MRSA and VRE Precautions: Battling Superbugs                    105    Leadership Skills for Safety: SupervisorTraining               137
Miracle on the Hudson: Prepare for Safety                       143    Making Safety Incentives Work                                  138
NORM: Naturally Occurring Radioactive Materials                 113    Motivating Safe Behavior                                       138
One for All:Teamwork the Meerkat Way                            124    OSHA Recordkeeping                                             138
PPE: Don’t Start Work Without It                                124    On the Front Line: LeadershipTraining for the Power
PPE Hazard Assessment                                           138      Transmission & Distribution Industry                         138
Personal Protective Equipment:The Right Choice!                 125    On the Front Line: SupervisorTraining on Managing Safety:
Radiation Safety:The Basics                                     114       Why Staff Accountability — Part 1                           138
Recognizing Drug and Alcohol Abuse for Employees                133       Define – Part 2                                             138
Recognizing Drug and Alcohol Abuse for Managers                 133       Measure and Reward — Part 3                                 138
Respiratory Protection: A Breath of Fresh Air                   114    PPE Hazard Assessment                                          138
Retail Safety Orientation                                       143    R.E.P       .
                                                                            .O.R.T It! Near Miss Reporting                            139
Safety Orientation: On Alert                                    127    Recognize It! Recognition Strategies for Supervisors           139
Spiral to Disaster                                              128    Recordkeeping:True to Form                                     139
                                                                       Respiratory Protection Program: Employer Responsibilities      114
                                                                       Return to Work Management Program                              143
                                                                       S.T.A.R.T.:
Public/government employees                                              Part One — Why S.T          .
                                                                                               .A.R.T a Safety Culture?               139
                                                                         PartTwo — S.T         .
                                                                                         .A.R.T to Recognize and Investigate          139
Confined Space Entry: Keeping Public Employees Safe             109      PartThree — S.T           .
                                                                                           .A.R.T to Educate and Motivate             139
Defensive Driving for Government Employees                        85     Part Four — S.T         .
                                                                                          .A.R.T Getting Results                      139
Employee Wellness: A Way of Life                                102    S.T      .
                                                                          .A.R.T II:The Way We Work, Part 1                           139
Hazard Communication for Public Employees                        111   S.T      .
                                                                          .A.R.T II:The Way We Work, Part 2                           140
Heat Stress for Public Employees: Seeing Red                    104    Safety Accountability with Dan Petersen, Video 1               140
Public Building Security: It’s Everyone’s Concern               132    Safety Accountability with Dan Petersen, Video 2               140
                                                                       Safety Accountability with Dan Petersen, Video 3               140
                                                                       Safety As A Value: Stories & Experiences                       140
Safety management                                                      Safety Coach:The Seven C’s of Safety
                                                                       Safety Committee: Problem or Solution?
                                                                                                                                      140
                                                                                                                                      140
                                                                       Safety CoordinatorTraining                                     140
Accident Investigation: Examining the Details                   116
                                                                       Safety in the Workplace, V.2: How to InvolveYour Employees
Actively Caring for aTotal Safety Culture:
                                                                         in the Safety Process                                        140
   with E. Scott Geller, Ph.D.                                  135
                                                                       Safety Leadership                                              140
Batteries Not Included:The Energized Approach for Achieving
                                                                       Safety Meetings: Give ‘Em WhatThey Want                        140
  Great Programs                                                135
                                                                       SafetyTeams                                                    127
Coaching Safe Behavior                                          135
                                                                       Spanish Speaking Workforce: Communication
Dan Petersen’s Safety Management Series:
                                                                         for Safety and Effective Production                          140
  Part 1:The Criteria for Safety Excellence                     135
                                                                       Taking Control of Workplace Violence                           134
  Part 2: EvaluatingYour Safety System                          135
                                                                       Tom Harvey’s Safety Leadership for Everyone                    129
  Part 3: Measurement and Reward                                135
                                                                       Workplace Violence:The Legal Role in
  Part 4: Safe Behavior Reinforcement                           135
                                                                         KeepingYour Workplace Safe                                   134
  Part 5: High Participation Safety — A Case Study              136
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 Schools                                                                   Substance abuse
                                                                           Achieving a Drug-free Workplace: What Every
                                                                             Employee Needs to Know                                      130
 Bloodborne Pathogens for Bus Drivers:The Route to Safety            101
                                                                           DOT Drug and AlcoholTesting:Your Rights & Responsibilities    130
 Bloodborne Pathogens in Schools:The Fundamentals                    102
                                                                           DUI Story...What If?                                           84
 Fire Safety for Schools: Sound the Alarm!                            99
                                                                           Dealing with Drug and Alcohol Abuse...for Employees           131
 Safe Driving: A School Bus Driver’s Series -- Accident Procedures    88
                                                                           Drivers, Drugs & Drinking                                      86
 Safe Driving: A School Bus Driver’s Series -- City Driving           88
                                                                           DrugTesting Awareness: Supervisor                             131
 Safe Driving: A School Bus Driver’s Series -- Defensive Driving      88
                                                                           Drugs and Alcohol at Work                                     131
 Safe Driving: A School Bus Driver’s Series -- DrivingTechniques      88
                                                                           Maintaining a Drug-Free Workplace: A How-To Guide
 Safe Driving: A School Bus Driver’s Series -- Emergency Maneuvers    88
                                                                             for Supervisors                                             132
 Safe Driving: A School Bus Driver’s Series -- Passenger Safety       88
                                                                           Recognizing Drug and Alcohol Abuse for Employees              133
 Safe Driving: A School Bus Driver’s Series -- Seeing Hazards         88
                                                                           Recognizing Drug and Alcohol Abuse for Managers               133
 Safe Driving: A School Bus Driver’s Series -- UsingYour Mirrors      88
                                                                           Substance Abuse: Reasonable Suspicion                         133
 Safe Driving: A School Bus Driver’s Series -- Vehicle Inspections    88
                                                                           Substance Abuse:The Manager’s Role in Creating and
 Safety Orientation for Schools                                      144
                                                                             Maintaining a Drug-Free Workplace                           133
 School Violence: Expect the Unexpected                              133
                                                                           Substance Abuse in the Workplace                              133
 Slips,Trips and Falls: EducateYourself                              144

                                                                           Workplace violence
                                                                           BombThreats                                                   130
 Social and behavioral                                                     Flashpoint: Recognizing and Preventing Violence
                                                                               in the Workplace                                          131
 workplace issues                                                          Mailroom Security                                             142
                                                                           Murder 9To 5                                                  132
 General                                                                   On the Edge: Managing High-Risk Situations                    132
 A.C.E. It! How to SolveTough Workplace Problems                     130   Public Building Security: It’s Everyone’s Concern             132
 ADA: Americans with Disabilities Act                                130   School Violence: Expect the Unexpected                        133
 Aging Workforce (Employee Version)                                  130   Security Awareness: at Work,Travel and Home                   144
 Aging Workforce (Management Version)                                130   Shots Fired: When Lightning Strikes                           133
 Bad Apples: How to Deal with Difficult Attitudes                    130   Silent Storm: Intimate Partner Violence and Stalking:
 Cell Phones in the Workplace: A Dangerous Distraction               116      The Impact on the Workplace                                133
 Conflict Resolution in Industrial Facilities                        130   Taking Control of Workplace Violence                          134
 Conflict Resolution in the Office                                   130   Travel Safety                                                 145
 Conflicts in the Workplace: Sources & Solutions                     130   Violence and Home Health Care: Be Smart, Be Safe              106
 Diversity Unplugged: Provocative Insights                           131   Violence on the Job                                           134
 Ethics:The L.O.G.I.C. of Right                                      131   Workplace Safety: Robbery Prevention & Awareness              145
 Everybody Wins: How toTurn Conflict into Collaboration              131   Workplace Violence                                            134
 Family and Medical Leave Act: What Every Manager Should Know        136   Workplace Violence: Customer Service and Field Personnel      134
 Fatigue at Work                                                     131   Workplace Violence:The Legal Role in Keeping
 Fatigue Management Essentials                                       131      Your Workplace Safe                                        134
 Harassment & Diversity: Respecting Differences (Employee Version)   131   YesYou Can!                                                   134
 Harassment & Diversity: Respecting Differences (Manager Version)    131
 He Said, She Said                                                   131
 InThisTogether: An Engaging Look at Harassment and Respect          132
 Let’s Get Honest                                                    132   Spanish language
 Life Is a Series of Presentations: Inspire, Inform & Influence
    Anytime Anywhere                                                 132   ADA: Americans with Disabilities Act                          130
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 M.E.E.T on Common Ground: Speaking Up for                                 Accident Investigation: Examining the Details                 116
    Respect in the Workplace                                         132   Accidents Aren’t Just One ofThoseThings                       141
 Moment ofTruth                                                      132   Aerial Lift Safety                                            116
 One for All:Teamwork the Meerkat Way                                124   Ammonia Safety                                                107
 Personal Hygiene in the Workplace                                   132   Arc Flash: Live toTell                                         89
 Preventing Harassment: Creating a Positive Workplace                132   Arc Flash Safety Awareness                                     90
 Right Side of the Line: Creating a Respectful and                         Asbestos Awareness: Understanding the Risk                    107
    Harassment-Free Workplace                                        133   Avian Flu: WhatYou Need to Know                               100
 Shiftwork: Circadian Survival                                       133   Avoiding Runovers and Backovers                                78
 Stress Management: A Practical Approach                             133   BBP InYour World: Don’t Risk It                               100
 Understanding the New ADA                                           134   Back Owner’s Guide to Lifting & Stretching                     93
 Working with Stress                                                 134   Back Safety: Lift for Life                                     93
 Workplace Harassment in Industrial Facilities                       134   Beat the Heat: Preventing &Treating Heat Disorders            100
 Workplace Harassment in the Office                                  134   BeforeYouTurn the Key                                          84
 WorkSmarts: How to Get Along, Get Noticed & Get Ahead               134   Bloodborne Pathogens                                          100

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Bloodborne Pathogens: Just the Facts                           101    Heat Stress: Preventative Measures                             104
Bloodborne Pathogens: Protection in the Home Care Setting      101    Heat Stress for Public Employees: Seeing Red                   104
Bloodborne Pathogens: Universal Precautions                    101    Hexavalent Chromium Awareness                                  112
Bloodborne Pathogens for Custodians                            101    Housekeeping: It Ain’t Like the Movies                         121
Bloodborne Pathogens for Fire and Rescue                       102    Incident Command System: When Duty Calls                        99
Bloodborne Pathogens in Schools:The Fundamentals               102    Infection Control in Home Healthcare                           105
Brian’s Story:You Can Make A Difference                          78   Introduction to Workplace Safety                               121
BucketTrucks: ExtendingYour Safety                             116    Jobsite Lifting with Mobile Construction Equipment:
Caution: Foundry at Work                                       108       Proper Load RiggingTechniques                                81
Chemical Handling Safety:The Basics                            108    Just Another Day                                               122
Cold Stress                                                    102    Kitchen Care                                                   142
Combustible Dust: Incident Prevention                            97   La Comunicación de Riesgos (Hazard Communication)              110
Combustible Dust: Up in a Flash                                  97   Ladder Safety: Every Step Counts                               122
Confined Space Entry: Investigation                            109    Laser Safety:The Blink of an Eye                               122
Confined Space Entry: Keeping Public Employees Safe            109    Lessons From Ground Zero: Emergency Action Plan                 99
Confined Space Entry: Plan and Prepare                         109    Lessons From Ground Zero: Evacuation                            99
Construction Fall Protection: Get Arrested!                      79   Levantar Peso Correctamente en la Industria
Contractor & Visitor Awareness                                 117       (Safe Lifting for Industry)                                  95
Contractor Safety: It’s Everybody’s Business                     79   Line Breaking: Plan for Success                                122
Crane Operations: Hand Signals                                   79   Lockout/Tagout: Affected Employees                              91
Crane Safety: Overhead Operations                              117    Lockout/Tagout: Authorized Employees                            91
Cranes: Mobile Crane Safe Operations                             79   LockoutTagout: Controlling the Beast                            91
Disaster Safety: Aftermath and Cleanup                           97   Lockout/Tagout: Employee Awareness                              91
Electrical Safety: Basic Principles                              90   Lockout/Tagout: Lightning in a Bottle                           91
Electrical Safety: NFPA 70E                                      90   MRSA and VRE Precautions: Battling Superbugs                   105
Emergency Evacuation: Getting Out Alive                          97   Machine Guard Awareness                                        122
Emotional Wreck                                                  86   Manual Material Handling Safety                                 95
Equipo de Proteccion Personal (PPE)                            117    Mill Safety and Rescue in the Rubber Industry                  123
Ergonomics: Solving the Puzzle                                   94   Miracle on the Hudson: Prepare for Safety                      143
Ergonomics:The 24-Hour Body                                      94   Mold Awareness                                                 113
Ethics:The L.O.G.I.C. of Right                                 131    NORM: Naturally Occurring Radioactive Materials                113
Eye Protection                                                   80   Needlesticks: Avoiding Exposure                                105
Fall Protection: Elevated Platforms                            118    Newcomers                                                      123
Fall Protection:The Right Connection                             80   OSHA: An Introduction                                          123
Fall Protection:Your Lifeline to Safety                        118    OSHA: An Introduction for Construction                          82
Fall Protection Video                                            80   Office ErgonomicsToday                                          95
Fire Extinguishers:Your PASS to Safety                           98   One for All:Teamwork the Meerkat Way                           124
Fire Protection and Prevention                                   98   Orientación de Seguridad de Restaurante (Restaurant Safety
First Aid: Prepared to Help                                    103      Orientation)                                                 143
First Aid: React & Respond                                     103    PPE: Don’t Start Work Without It                               124
Foot Protection                                                118    PPE:Your Defensive Line                                        124
Forklift Basics: Safe from the Start                           118    PPE Hazard Assessment                                          138
Forklift Case Histories: Serious Business                      118    PSM & RMP Awareness                                            113
Forklift Fundamentals: Get the Facts                           118    Pallet and Skid Safety                                         124
Forklift Maneuvers: All the Right Moves                        119    Patient Lifting: Safe Strategies                               105
Forklift Operations: Carry the Load                            119    Pedestrian SafetyTraining                                      124
Forklift Operations: Safety Driven                             119    Personal Protective Equipment:The Right Choice!                125
Forklift Safety: Best Operating Practices                      119    Playing It Safe with PPE                                        82
Getting the Job Done Safely: Worker Safety Orientation           81   Public Building Security: It’s Everyone’s Concern              132
Global Harmonization: Worldwide Hazard Communication           110    Radiation Safety:The Basics                                    114
Golf Cart & LSV Safety: On and Off the Course                  142    Recognizing Drug and Alcohol Abuse for Employees               133
Groundskeeping Safety: Be a Pro!                               142    Recognizing Drug and Alcohol Abuse for Managers                133
Hand and PowerTool Safety                                      120    Respiratory Protection: A Breath of Fresh Air                  114
Hand Hygiene For HandsThat Care                                103    Retail Safety Orientation                                      143
Hand Safety: It’s inYour Hands                                 120    Rigging: Specialized in Safety                                 126
Handling Structural Steel                                        81   Rigging Equipment Basics                                        82
Handwashing: Avoiding Germs and Viruses at Work                103    Rigging Operations                                              82
Hazard Communication: Elements of Safety                       110    Roadway Worker Safety: In the Zone                              82
Hazard Communication: Informed for Safety                      110    Safe Winter Driving                                             88
Hazard Communication for Non-Industrial Employees              111    Safety Bob’s Construction Safety Orientation                    83
Hazard Communication for Public Employees                       111   Safety for Hospital Housekeepers                               106
Hearing Conservation: MSHA’s Part 62                           112    Safety Orientation: On Alert                                   127
Heat Stress: Don’t LoseYour Cool                               104    Safety Orientation for Schools                                 144
                                                                      Safety’s Most Wanted                                           127




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 School Violence: Expect the Unexpected                           133    Motivating Employees During Organizational Change               138
 Silica Safety Awareness                                          115    Painless Performance Improvement                                139
 Slips,Trips & Falls: Keeping a Step Ahead                        127    PeerToday, BossTomorrow: NavigatingYour Changing Role           139
 Solid Waste Series: Backing Accident Prevention                  128    Power of Positive Discipline                                    139
 Solid Waste Series: Commercial Pick-Up                                  Powerful Ways to Persuade People                                139
    (Front-End Loading and Roll-Offs)                             128    Recognizing Drug and Alcohol Abuse for Managers                 133
 Solid Waste Series: Hazard Communications                        115    Resolving Conflicts: Strategies for a WinningTeam               139
 Solid Waste Series: Pre-Trip Inspection                          128    Soaring With the Phoenix                                        140
 Solid Waste Series: Residential Operations                       128    Spanish Speaking Workforce: Communication
 Solid Waste Series: Route Safety Analysis                        128       for Safety and Effective Production                          140
 Solid Waste Series: Safety Orientation                           128    Speaking With Confidence, Clarity and Charisma                  141
 Spiral to Disaster                                               128    Substance Abuse: Reasonable Suspicion                           133
 Stationary Scaffolds in Construction                              83    Substance Abuse:The Manager’s Role in Creating and
 Summer Sports: Safety Wins                                       144       Maintaining a Drug-Free Workplace                            133
 Temporary Worker Safety (Spanish Version)                        144    Team-BuildingTechniquesThat Work: Practical Advice for
 That’s WhyYou Wear a Hardhat                                     129       FosteringTeamwork AmongYour Staff                            141
 That’s WhyYou Wear Eye Protection                                129    Train-the-Trainer: Making Learning Stick                        141
 Understanding Musculoskeletal Disorders (MSD)                     96    Train-the-Trainer: Planning and Designing                       141
 Understanding the New ADA                                        134    Train-the-Trainer:Training With Media                           141
 Using Fire Extinguishers                                         100    Training to Win: Helping Employees Meet or SurpassTheir Goals   141
 Violence and Home Health Care: Be Smart, Be Safe                 106    Working with Stress                                             134
 What...?! ProtectingYour Hearing                                 115
 Winter Safety                                                    106
 Working Outdoors: Mosquitoes andTicks                            145
 Workplace Safety: Preventing Lifting & Carrying Injuries         145    Welding and cutting
 Workplace Safety: Preventing Slips,Trips and Falls               145
 Workplace Safety: Robbery Prevention & Awareness                 145    Fire Safety & Firewatch                                          98
 Workplace Violence                                               134    High-Impact Welding Safety                                      120
 Your Safety Matters                                              145    Hot Work Management: Safe Welding/Cutting/Brazing                99
                                                                         Hot Work Permit                                                  99
                                                                         Slag Injuries to the Eye: It Can Happen toYou                   127
                                                                         Welding: Safe Work with Hotwork                                 129
 Supervisors                                                             Welding and Cutting                                             129
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 A.C.E. It! How to SolveTough Workplace Problems                   130
 ADA: Americans with Disabilities Act                              130   Miscellaneous
 Achieving Peak Performance on the Job                             134
 After All,You’re the Supervisor                                   135   101 Days of Summer Safety                                       141
 Aging Workforce (Management Version)                              130   Accidents Aren’t Just One ofThoseThings                         141
 Becoming a Coach: Bringing Out the Best in Employees              135   Chainsaw Safety: Real Accidents, Real Stories                   141
 Conquer the Chaos:The Best Ideas inTime Management                135   Chainsaw Safety Basics: An Expert’s Perspective                 141
 Courage to Coach                                                  135   Convenience Store Safety                                        141
 CreatingYour DreamTeam: How to Harness                                  Custodial Staff Safety                                          141
   the Power of Teamwork                                           135   Delivering the Goods                                             85
 Documenting Discipline: Manufacturing/Industrial Version          136   EnsureYour Safety                                               117
 DrugTesting Awareness: Supervisor                                 131   Golf Cart & LSV Safety: On and Off the Course                   142
 Family and Medical Leave Act: What Every Manager Should Know 136        Grain Bin Safety: ProtectingYourself andYour Family             142
 Get Organized--And Stay Organized                                 136   Groundskeeping Safety: Be a Pro!                                142
 Harassment & Diversity: Respecting Differences (Mgr. Version)     131   Groundskeeping Safety: Dealing with Bugs & Critters             142
 How to Communicate Clearly and Effectively With Employees         136   H.I.D.E. & S.E.E.K.! Eight Strategies to Prevent the
 How to Juggle Multiple Priorities                                 136       Spread of Infection                                         103
 How to SHINE in Difficult Management Situations                   136   Injuries Don’tTake Holidays                                     142
 InterviewingTechniquesThat HelpYou Hire the Best                  137   Introduction to Drilling Safety                                 142
 Leadership at Every Level                                         137   Kevin Bailey Story                                              142
 Leading the Way: Skills for Supervisors                           137   Kitchen Care                                                    142
 Let’sT.A.L.K.: How to Handle the Difficult Performance Appraisal 138    Life Is for Living                                              142
 Light the Fire: Leveraging Appraisals for Maximum Performance 138       Lifting It Right                                                142
 Maintaining a Drug-free Workplace: A How-To Guide for Supervisors 132   Log and Lumber Loading Safety                                   142
 Managing Stress Before It ManagesYou                              138   Mailroom Security                                               142
 Mastering Memos                                                   138   Miracle on the Hudson: Prepare for Safety                       143



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Occupational Dog Bite Safety                               143
Off the Job Safety                                         143
Professional Email Etiquette                               143
Promises Promises                                          143
Restaurant Safety Orientation                              143
Retail Safety Orientation                                  143
Return to Work Management Program                          143
Ron Hayes:The Good Fight                                   143
Safe Operation and Use of All-Terrain Vehicles             143
Safety:The Good Fight                                      143
Safety for Custodians                                      144
Safety Orientation for Schools                             144
Security Awareness: at Work,Travel and Home                144
Summer Sports: Safety Wins                                 144
Supermarket Series: Baler Safety                           144
Supermarket Series: Box Cutter Safety                      144
Supermarket Series: Preventing Slips,Trips & Falls         144
Supermarket Series: Safety Orientation                     144
Take Safety Home!                                          144
Temporary Worker Safety                                    144
Travel Safety                                              145
Video Guide to Chain Saw Safety                            145
When the Phone Rings:Telephone Skills for Better Service   145
Winter Safety                                              145
Winter Walking                                             145
Winter Walking: Avoiding Slips & Falls                     145
Working Outdoors: Mosquitoes and Ticks                     145
Workplace Safety: Preventing Lifting & Carrying Injuries   145
Workplace Safety: Preventing Slips,Trips and Falls         145
Workplace Safety: Robbery Prevention & Awareness           145
Your Safety Matters                                        145




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