"Health Safety Library CDs, DVDs and Videos"
Health Safety Library: CDs, DVDs and Videos Please contact the Health and Safety Office on extension 23950 (Available to University of Southampton staff and students only.) Tips on using this PDF Document: NAVIGATION: Click 'Bookmarks' (on LHS) to choose Category required (e.g. Construction, Lasers SUBJECT SEARCH: 1) Click 'Binocular' Icon on Toolbar; Search form opens on RHS. 2) Enter word you wish to search on in lower case; ensure 'In the current PDF document' is selected and 'Case sensitive' is deselected. 3) Click 'Search'. 4) All items with the chosen word will be listed in the 'Results' column. 5) Click on item in 'Results' column that you wish to see and the detail will be found in the document. Title: Synopsis: Length (mins) Subject Category: CONSTRUCTION Confined Space Entry Confined spaces occur in virtually all industrial sites and 25 cause many deaths as insufficient care is taken. This video looks at what a confined space is, how to test, enter and work safely in confined spaces and emergency response procedures. Getting It Right At Height The Trainer's Guide and video provide you with a 25 convenient training resource which will help train personnel at all levels within an organisation. An esstial guide for anyone who has to work at height as falls are one of the main causes of work related. How Are You Today? The risks of 1. Asbestos awareness for construction industry workers 27 asbestos in buildings inc plumbers, electricians, carpenters and all service installers. 2. Management of asbestos in workplace premises. General advice on visual survey; preparing and implementing a management plan. Subject Category: COSHH COSHH and the Biologist Part of series of 5 dealing with assessment of risks 26 required by COSHH.This project involves use of carcinogen work with experimental animals and use of Advisory Committe in Dangerous Pathogens categorisation scheme for assessing work with micro- organism. COSHH and the Chemist Part of series of 5 dealing with assessment of risks 26 required by COSHH.This project is concerned with synthesis and acid-induced rearrangement of thio-esters and discusses particular hazards and precautions associated with the use of Hydrofluoric Acid. Page 1 Title: Synopsis: Length (mins) COSHH and the Clinical Researcher Part of series of 5 dealing with assessment of risks 26 required by COSHH.Involves a project using blood and also discusses the particular hazards and precautions associated with use of Hydrofluoric Acid. COSHH and the Conservator Part of series of 5 dealing with assessment of risks 26 required by COSHH. This project involves cleaning and stabilisation of various artifacts using various chemicals. Work with Hydrofluoric Acid is discussed and reference made to fumigation requirements. COSHH and the Physicist Part of series of 5 dealing with assessment of risks 26 required by COSHH.The project is in the field of solid- state electronics and involves etching a variety of alloys of heavy metals. The use of Hydrofluoric Acid discussed. COSHH in Practice Designed as introduction and guide to COSHH 21 Regulations. Based in a factory location, it follows an industrial hygienist carrying out some of the duties placed on employers by the regulations. Concentrates on measuring and monitoring workplace hazards. What Everyone Needs to Know An introduction to COSHH Regulations in an 22 About COSHH educational/research environment. Set in a mainly laboratory context, it introduces generally the main aspects of the Regs. This video is made up of a series of graphics. Full safety training guide available. Subject Category: DISPLAY SCREEN EQUIPMENT In Your Own Interest - Visual Concerned with the practical steps needed for good VDU 22 Display Health and Safety Package workstation design. It coers topics such as sitting posture, workstation organisation and work-break activities. A 'User Checklist' is available. In Your Own Interest - Visual 1)Covers sitting posture, workstation organisation, etc 39 Display Health and Safety Package and will help to reduce risks of workrelated Upper Limb (2 video package): 1) In Your Own Disorders, eye problems and backache.2)Provides Interest - How to work safely with managers with vital facts/advice;shows link between DSE Display Screens; 2) It Only Takes a health promotion and productivity. Second - What all managers need to know about DSE. User's Guide To VDUs Poses questions about possible health risks in relation to 15 VDUs and sets about answering them.Provides guidance and advice about:the equipment;the screen;the keyboard;desks and chairs;lighting/glare;rest breaks.Full training guide included. Page 2 Title: Synopsis: Length (mins) Subject Category: ELECTRICAL Live Wires What to look for when inspecting portable electrical 12 equipment. A simple,system of visual inspection, carried out by staff who have received basic training, can detect about 95% of damage/faults that occur.Can be used to help train staff do visual checks. Not to Lay Blame. First Steps in 'How Did It Happen' mystery drama, set during the 16 Undergraduate Electrical Safety inquest into the deaths of two students whose lifeless bodies are found in their University teaching Labs. We learn of chain of events leading to a tragedy and how it may have been avoided. Subject Category: FIRE BCF Power Against Fire Demonstrates the effectiveness and efficiency of BCF as a 15 fire extinguishing media. Boldrewood Fire 23/11/1993 Video of fire at Building 62 on Tuesday, 23 November 1993. A photograph album is also available of damage to building. Chubb Fire Training Pack: 1) If For people at work everywhere produced by Fire Brigade there's a fire where you work; 2) and Health & Safety professionals. 1)Step-by-step guide Choosing the right weapon. for all employees;2)Covers fire theory, extinguishers and use. Display Safe With Fireworks - A guide for groups organising and firing their own 25 Millennium Edition display. Follows through all stages of a real display from planning to the display itself. Extinguishing Fires in the Ideal for staff who need to know which extinguisher to 18.5 Workplace - how to use a fire use.Provides advice on how to extinguish workplace extinguisher fires,which extinguishers to use on different types of fires,Colour Coding on extinguishers plus use of fire blankets/hose reels demonstrated. Fire Doors in Theory and Practice. Explains the theory and practice of new fire doors, 128 Part 1: New Doors presented in 13 parts. Fire Doors in Theory and Practice. Demonstrates some of the specialist techniques used for 30 Part 2: Upgrading Doors upgrading existing doors. Fires in Halls - a Near Tragedy Video dealing with Fires in Halls of Residence - prepared 20 in conjunction with Nottinghamshire Fire and Rescue Service. Page 3 Title: Synopsis: Length (mins) Front Room Fire Few people realise the great speed and ferocity of fire in 9 the home. The video shows a fully furnished room. A single match is used to ignite the settee and as the fire develops in real time, a running caption describes the events taking place. Get Out - Stay Out Four stages of action to take in event of fire:raising 15 alarm; informing fire brigade;getting out;tackling the fire.In each, the consequences of taking the wrong course of action are discussed.Information presented generally,so applicable to all at Univ. How to use a Fire Extinguisher Describes the different types of fire extinguisher 16 available, their limitations and the correct method of operation. Hydro Spray Extinguisher 'With 60% better performance, water has never been so 9.5 attractive.' Video about Hydrospray extinguishers. It Couldn't Happen Here - Fire Fire is a risk we prefer not to think about-but dismissing 25 Safety in Halls of Residence the thought doesn’t reduce the hazard. Where large numbers of students live in Hall,the risk is ever present. How to prevent it? Shows right attitude saves lives as well as damage and disruption. Role of the Fire Warden Basic duties of the Fire Warden:assessing 12 risk;seeing/reporting hazards;appropriate action in event of fire;leading drills; how to fight a fire in its early stages; ensuring evacuation safely. Ideal for informing/training new fire wardens or as refresher. Tackling Fires Safely Fire Extinguisher training 24 Workplace Fire Risk Assessment All workplace premises, whatever the size, should be 15 assessed for fire risks - it also happens to be a requirement of fire safety legislation. This video is ideal viewing for people concerned with making a fire risk assessment. Subject Category: GENERAL Argentum: Occupational Health - a Occupational Health video issued by Institute of 12 guide for Junior Doctors Occupational Health and Board of Postgraduate Medical and Dental Education with junior doctors in mind. Control of Legionella Explains Legionnaire's Disease and who is susceptible to 23 it. Concentrates on cooling towers and water systems and explains conditions under which bacteria rapidly multiply.Advice to maintenance staff and those involved in system control/design/monitoring. Page 4 Title: Synopsis: Length (mins) Cutting Edge: Video 1 Managing for Highlights need to introduce/develop/maintain a health 15 Safety and safety strategy.Follows progress of a management meeting devising a strategy and implementing it.Confirms a business-like approach is essential to any successful and efficient company. Cutting Edge: Video 2 A Safe Aims at achieving good standards of machinery safety in 11 Machine various sectors of woodworking industry by well managed training/supervision.Emphasises majority of woodworking machinery accidents could have been prevented if users properly trained/supervised. Cutting Edge: Video 3 A Health There are many hazards to the health of people in the 12 Business woodworking industry: most obvious being noise (causing hearing loss) and dust (causing respiratory illness).Employers should have a strategy where they are in control of the health of their workforce. Hazardous Business Aim is to increase awareness of Hepatitis B risk to those 20 coming into contact with blood/body fluids as well as other potential sources of infection, such as needles. Content is relatively basic. Short training guide included. Home Safety More people are injured as a result of accidents at home 30 than at work.Two groups most a risk : children under 5 yrs old and adults over age 65. Particular dangers at home are mentioned also practical preventative measures and basic First Aid advice. It's Not Thursday …. Is It? Office safety - this video sets out to explore attitudes and 21 asks the fundamental question 'why do we still believe that accidents do not happen in the office?' A full trainers guide and associated summary video are available. Lone Working Lone working. 14 Make Health Your Business Keeping your workforce healthy makes good business 16 sense. Guidance is offered to help you keep your business healthy and forms part of HSE’s Good Health is Good Business Campaign. Metal Working Fluids: effective Practical advice on ways of storing, mixing and 11 coolant care and control of risks to maintaining metalworking fluids. Guidance to all users of health (see also Book: 0-7176-0875- metalworking fluids. 1) Booklet:describes health problems that can result if metalworking fluids are improperly used. Guidance on good practice. Page 5 Title: Synopsis: Length (mins) Powered Hand Tool Safety Powered hand tools are widely used across a huge range 18 of industries.If operated improperly they can inflict injuries from minor to life threatening.General safety principles, risks, safety procedures and PPE applicable to particular tools are explained. Qualified to Manage? For trainee managers as an intro to occ health and 21 safety. It opens with a series of statements and questions about 'risk'.Common attitudes towards risk explored using three case studies showing how inappropriate attitudes can lead to harm.+Training Book. Qualified to Work Safely? Accident Role of general office manager in ensuring high standard 15 Prevention; Workcare Training of health/safety; purpose and nature of risk assessment and awareness of need to link risk assessment within a risk management framework.Training Booklet included. Qualified To Work Safely? Managing Understanding the role of a general office manager in 12 Health and Safety in Offices ensuring high standards of health and safety; appreciate purpose and nature of risk assessment and be aware of need to link risk assessment within a risk management framework. Training Booklet. Safe Use of Printing Chemicals - Every printworks uses substances that can cause health 18 COSHH and Substitution hazards:eg. dermatitis and exposure to solvents.Understanding COSHH assessments, how to protect health, training those involved in printing, choosing/ordering chemicals in small/large print companies. Safety Matters Intention of impressing business advisors with need to 12 consider health/safety at planning stage of business.Consequences of fire in small business and preventative steps that should have been taken to avoid loss of production.Package inc Training Guide. The Hidden Profit - increasing Aims for participants to appreciate financial benefits of 15 productivity through strategic risk proactive risk management;understand HSE's hierachy or management risk controls and understand selection criteria for cost effective risk controls. Training Booklet. Wales This Week - Climbing The issue of off campus safety - review of an incident Snowden involving a University Club. Useful material for Clubs and Societies. Whose Risk Is It Anyway? Introduction to general risk assessment. This video 17 explains it is very much common sense in most cases and is directly applicable to work at the Univ.Terms 'hazard' and 'risk' are explained and examples of risk assessment in practice are given. Page 6 Title: Synopsis: Length (mins) You Can Do It (Audio Cassette) Lively and easy to follow learning package containing a wealth of practical exercises to help apply the important lessons of health and safety to your organisation. Two workbooks and audio tape. Subject Category: LABORATORIES Be Aware! An introduction to Discusses how and why accidents happen and poses the 7.5 Laboratory safety: Introduction - question 'who is responsible?' Brief training manual Take It To Heart available. Be Aware! An introduction to Emphasizes the need for good technique and explains the 8 Laboratory safety: Part 1 - effect of aerosols. It looks at the use of safety cabinets Microbiology and centrifuges and how persons working in a microbiological lab can become infected. Brief training manual available. Be Aware! An introduction to Introduces the concept that all chemicals are toxic - it is 8 Laboratory safety: Part 2 - only the amount needed to form a lethal dose that varies. Chemistry and Histology Discusses flammable solvents and use of fume cupboards. Brief training manual available. Be Aware! An introduction to Looks at receipt and opening of parcels, delivery of 7.75 Laboratory safety: Part 3 - samples and cleaning and sterilizing of glassware and Washing Up and Media Preparation equipment. Dangers in use of the autoclave are highlighted together with disposal of waste and glassware. Brief training manual available. Be Aware! An introduction to Highlights the hazards of this type of post-mortem room 10 Laboratory safety: Part 4 - The emphasizing the dangers of knives and aerosols. Veterinary Post-Mortem Room Particular attention is paid to the wearing of protective clothing and cleaning, disinfection and waste disposal.Brief training manual available. Biological Containment - Summarizes design/performance of different types of 25 Microbiological Safety Cabinets available safety cabinets.Cabinet operating principles along with tests for operator protection and filter efficiency are detailed. Chemical Safety in the Laboratory Introduction to safety/health hazards in the chemical 21 laboratory. This video is especially strong on health hazards and ways in which they can be prevented from causing harm. Includes discussion about correct way of using a fume cupboard First Aid in the Laboratory: First Aid that should be given in event of accidents with 17 Chemical Spillages chemicals in the laboratory.Covers chemical spillages on the body and in eyes. Limitations of eye wash bottles are discussed.Cleaning up a lab after an accident and proper recording of accidents. Page 7 Title: Synopsis: Length (mins) First Aid in the Laboratory: Common Explains the First Aid that should be given for some of 20 Hazards the injuries encountered in laboratories - contaminated wounds, animal bites, swallowed poisons, intoxication by gases/vapours, radiation injuries and clothing fires.Empasis is on simple First Aid. Flashpoint Takes place in small chemistry lab - portrays good/bad 22 practice as means to display attitudes to safety of the people who work/manage labs.How lack of care/lapse of attention/sheer inexperience contribute to the major accident that climaxes the video. Living Safety With Your Fume Fume cupboard design principles/external influences 14 Cupboard affect containment efficiency. Other safety features shown but mainly devoted to defining safe ioperating procedures.Difference between good/poor practice and aspects of installation/testing mentioned. Microbiological Safety Cabinets: Information about performance criteria for Microbiological 19 Safe Working Practices Safety Cabinets and advice on safe use. Appropriate use, maintenance and testing of cabinets are fundamental to controlling exposure to dangerous biological agents. Working Safety at Containment With Hazard Group 3 biological agents work,it is essential 15 Level 3 to use the most suitable containment measures usually working at CL3. Video demonstrates physical requirements of a CL3 lab and guidance on procedural controls needed to ensure safe work practice. Subject Category: LASERS Laser Safety in Higher Education Discusses the theory of Lasers, their classification, the 37 hazards associated with their use and the safeguards which need to be adopted in order to prevent accidents. CVCP Notes of Guidance, Part 2.1 'Lasers' Subject Category: MANUAL HANDLING Manual Handling - Think Again. Introduces basic principles and common hazards 17 Lifting and Moving in Offices associated with manual handling. Video is based on office work but techniques are relevant to all who undertake manual handling operations.Trainer's Guide and associated video (10 mins) explains UK Regs. Manual Handling Operations. An introduction to assessments required by the new 25 Assessments - making a start legislation. Guide (in blue folder) to accompany video + copy of Notes to be given to Borrower to keep. Page 8 Title: Synopsis: Length (mins) Subject Category: RADIATION Contamination Control: Working Programme produced for those responsible for radiation with unsealed sources of radioactive safety. Teaches importance of proper contamination material control and good lab design/good working practices/PPE to help minimize accidents - also how to deal with unexpected contamination. Radiation Types and Effects Superficial explanation of alpha/beta/gamma/neutron 22 emissions and somatic/genetic damage that these radiations may inflict.Risk assessment of exposure is useful as it compares the risk of maximum permissible exposure to that of every day activities. Radiations - Origins and Controls Superficial explanation of origins of natural and man- 27 made ionising radiations.Includes cosmic rays, potassium- 40, transuranium elements, radioactive waste and medical irradiation. Working with Radionuclides Outlines responsibilities under the Regs.Tackles practical 40 problems such as opening vials, radioactive working areas, the use of protective devices and the use of monitors.Examples of use of phosphorous-32/iodine- 125/emergency response/disposal included. Page 9