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          830 PUNCHBOWL STREET, ROOM 425
               HONOLULU, HAWAII 96813
                PHONE: (808) 586-9131
                 FAX: (808) 586-9104
                       Linda Lingle, Governor
                           State of Hawaii

                    Nelson B. Befitel, Director
             Department of Labor & Industrial Relations

           Hawaii Occupational Safety and Health Division

This catalog is also on the HIOSH Home Page at
                            October 2004/2000
                                    TABLE OF CONTENTS

Introduction                                                                           3
Borrowing Information For Oahu Residents                                               4
Borrowing Information For Neighbor Island Residents                                    5
Video Information                                                                      7
Troubleshooting Guide                                                                  8
How To Use The Catalog                                                                 9
Subject Headings                                                                      10
Subject Listing                                                                       11
Title Listing:
       Videocassettes                                                                 17
       Videocassette Descriptions                                                     22
Appendix                                                                              67
    HIOSH Library Borrowing Agreement                                                 69
    Audio-Visual Request Form                                                         71
    Sample Training Attendance Record                                                 73

The 2004 Audio-visual Catalog replaces all previous catalogs and supplements.
Titles new to this edition of the catalog include V305 – V348.


    Every effort has been made to evaluate the videos before purchasing them;
    however, many safety and health videos are produced as general guides and
    are often based on federal OSHA standards. Therefore, they may not, in their
    entirety, conform to current and local standards, statutes, regulations,
    requirements and procedures.

    The videos are provided to aid, instruct, inform, promote discussion, and to be
    only a part of a workplace injury and illness prevention training program. The
    user assumes the responsibility of previewing the videos before showing and
    using them with a knowledgeable instructor.


What is the Hawaii Occupational Safety and Health Division (HIOSH) Audio-Visual
(AV) Loan Program?
In an effort to promote knowledge and training of employers and employees in
occupational safety and health, the HIOSH, through its Reference Library, loans 1/2" VHS
videocassettes, free of charge to the public.

These materials cannot be used in fundraising projects nor can they be shown where an
admission fee or script is charged or a donation solicited.

Will viewing these programs satisfy training requirements in HIOSH Standards?
These programs are intended to be only a part of a workplace injury and illness prevention
training program, thus they may not meet all of the requirements of the State of Hawaii's
Occupational Safety and Health Standards.

How do I sign up?
Please complete and sign the HIOSH Library Borrowing Agreement (see the Appendix
or go to the HIOSH website at and mail to the HIOSH at 830
Punchbowl Street, Room 425, Honolulu, Hawaii 96813.

May I duplicate these programs?
Unless noted in the catalog or on the materials themselves, all materials are protected by
copyright under Title 17 of the United States Code. They may not be televised,
reproduced, or edited in any manner without prior written permission of the distributor or
copyright owner. Unauthorized duplication of copyrighted materials will result in
cancellation of Reference Library borrowing privileges.

Can I preview these programs?
Programs may be previewed at the HIOSH by calling the Reference Library at (808) 586-
9131 to schedule an appointment. Some companies, from which HIOSH has purchased
videos, have online previewing of selected titles on their websites.

How many programs can be borrowed at once?
Up to six (6) programs can be scheduled for borrowing at a time.

What if I keep programs past their due date?
Please do not keep programs beyond their due date because it affects other borrowers. If
you are unable to return programs by the scheduled return date, please contact the
Reference Library as soon as possible before the due date. Three late returns within a
year will result in the suspension of borrowing privileges.

What if I lose or damage library materials?
Borrowers are responsible for loss of or damage to library materials. If this happens to any
library program checked out to you, please contact the Library immediately. We will work
with you to arrange for replacement of lost or damaged items.


LOCATION:           Reference Library
                    Hawaii Occupational Safety and Health Division (HIOSH)
                    830 Punchbowl Street, Room 425
                    Honolulu, Hawaii 96813

                    TELEPHONE:           (808) 586-9131
                    FAX:                 (808) 586-9104

HOURS:              Monday through Friday 7:45 a.m.-3:45 p.m. except on State
                    Programs can be returned until 4:30 p.m. in Room 425.

HOW TO BORROW:      You will need to complete and sign the HIOSH Library
                    Borrowing Agreement (see the Appendix).
                    Reservations can be made in person, by mail, fax or telephone.
                    You can also use the format of the AV Materials Request
                    Form (see the Appendix). If available, videos can be
                    borrowed without prior reservation. For those users who wish
                    to schedule certain programs for specific show dates,
                    reservations are recommended.

                    Please cancel your reservations if plans change, so that the
                    programs can be available to others.

AV LOAN PERIOD:     Materials may be borrowed for three working days and should
                    be returned on the agreed due date. Arrangements can be
                    made for a longer period of time depending on the

PICK UP & RETURN:   Borrowers are asked to pick up and return materials at the
                    HIOSH Reference Library.

                    Before returning the programs, please be sure the right
                    videocassette is in the right container and accompanying
                    printed materials are accounted for.

                    Please help us improve our audio-visual loan service by
                    completely filling out the "Audio-Visual Program Loan Record"


HOW TO RESERVE:    You will need to complete and sign the HIOSH Library
                   Borrowing Agreement (see the Appendix)

                   AV requests can be made by telephone or fax.

                   Neighbor Islands (toll-free voice access numbers).

                         Kauai: 274-3141, ext. 6-9131
                         Maui: 984-2400, ext. 6-9131
                         Hawaii: 974-4000, ext. 6-9131
                         Molokai/Lanai: 1-800-468-4644, ext. 6-9131

                   Requests can also be faxed to (808) 586-9104 or mailed to:

                         Hawaii Occupational Safety and Health Division
                         830 Punchbowl Street, Room 425
                         Honolulu, Hawaii 96813

                   To facilitate prompt processing of your request, please use the
                   format of the AV Materials Request Form (see the Appendix).
                   Indicate specific show date(s) -- generally not to exceed three
                   working days. Include alternative show dates if the showing
                   date is flexible. When acceptable, alternate titles should be

                   Please cancel your reservations if plans change so that the
                   programs can be available for others.

AV LOAN PERIOD:    Materials may be borrowed for three working days, not
                   including time for mailing, and should be returned on the
                   agreed due date. Arrangements can be made for a longer
                   period of time depending on the circumstances.

MAILING:           AV materials are sent by PRIORITY MAIL and are mailed
                   approximately 3 days prior to the show date specified.
                   Occasional inconsistencies in postal service delivery may result
                   in programs not arriving as scheduled.

                   Neighbor island residents are requested to pay for return
                   shipping and to use a traceable form of mailing to return
                   programs (e.g. United Parcel Service, Federal Express, United
                   States Postal Service – Registered or Express Mail).

HOW TO RETURN:   Before returning the programs, please be sure the right
                 videocassette is in the right container and accompanying
                 printed materials are accounted for.

                 Please help us improve our audio-visual loan service by
                 completely filling out the "Audio-visual Program Loan Record"

                                 VIDEO INFORMATION


       The borrower is liable for damage or loss of videocassettes, up to the full
replacement cost of the item. This includes damage to the tape, picture or soundtrack due
to equipment failure; loss or damage of cassette packaging; malicious recording over the
material on a cassette, or substituting a dubbed copy for the library's original cassette.


*     Keep videocassettes away from areas subject to excessive dust, heat, or humidity.

      Do not let videocassettes get dusty or dirty. Dust and dirt may cause dropouts and
      harm video heads.

      Do not leave videocassettes exposed to direct sunlight. Sunlight may affect the
      tape's magnetic properties and heat can warp the tape.

      Do not get videocassettes wet. Water causes warping and contamination and ruins
      the tape.

*     Keep videocassettes away from magnetic fields because the tape could be erased.

*     Do not open videocassettes or touch the tape. Oil from fingers can contaminate the
      tape and also the video heads.

*     Do not drop videocassettes. Rough handling could cause the delicate inner
      mechanism to malfunction.

*     Use videocassettes and videocassette playback equipment only at room
      temperature. Condensation caused by taking a videocassette or player from a cool
      place to a warm place may cause tape damage.

*     Keep videocassette playback equipment well maintained and in good working order.

*     Do not leave videocassettes in the machine. The tape may stretch, slacken or

*     REWIND videocassettes after playing.

*     Store videocassettes in the containers supplied for protection and in an upright
      position to minimize the slow warping effect of gravity when several videocassettes
      are stacked on top of one another.

                               Troubleshooting Guide
The following suggestions may be helpful if you have problems viewing any videos received through the Hawaii
Occupational Safety and Health Division (HIOSH) Audio-Visual (A-V) Library. If problems persist, inform the Librarian
by making your comments on the A-V Program Loan Record card or by calling the Reference Library at (808) 586-9131
(Oahu). Neighbor Islands, please use the Toll Free Numbers listed on page 5. PLEASE DO NOT ATTEMPT TO REPAIR
These are just some typical solutions to common problems, and are offered only as suggestions to our borrowers. The
State of Hawaii Department of Labor & Industrial Relations, Hawaii Occupational Safety and Health Division makes no
warranty and assumes no liability for the results of any solution presented here.

       Problem                        Possible Causes                                 Possible Solutions
 • Picture "snowy”           • Video worn.                         • Clean video heads according to
   and/or sound quality      • VCR heads need cleaning.              manufacturer’s instructions.
   poor.                     • Video needs cleaning.               • Report video condition to AV Librarian.
 • Picture "snowy" with      • Simple wear to video.               • Clean VCR heads according to
   several white             • VCR heads need cleaning, or           manufacturer’s instructions.
   horizontal streaks          are over-cleaned.                   • Play video at normal speed one time
   across the TV screen.     • Video needs cleaning.                 through, or for at least 15 minutes. This
                                                                     often resolves the problem.
                                                                   • Report video condition to AV Librarian.
 • Picture “snowy” with      • Tracking is incorrectly             • Adjust tracking. Note: Some VCR’s
   pronounced white            adjusted.                             feature “automatic tracking”. This can be a
   streak across screen.     • Vertical hold on TV is                drawback, since the range of available
 • Picture jumps or rolls.     incorrectly adjusted.                 adjustment is usually fairly limited. Try the
                                                                     video on a machine with manual tracking.
 • Picture and/or sound      • Connections are not firm.           • Make sure the VCR is firmly connected to
    “warbles,” losing                                                television.
    horizontal hold.         • VCR is running too hot.             • Make sure nothing is placed on the VCR,
 • Picture is “washed                                                and that ventilation around machine is
   out,” with poor, or no                                            adequate. Note: Symptoms of running too
   color.                                                            hot are fairly common with built-in TV/VCR
                                                                     combinations. Try your video on another
 • Sound, but no picture.    • The channels are incorrectly        • Set channels according to manufacturer’s
                               set on your television and/or         instructions.

 • Picture and sound         • VCR is older, “industrial” type.    • Try your video on a newer, standard, VCR.
   play at high speed.

 • No sound, no picture.     • Attempt has been made to            • Try your video in another machine.
                               copy an encoded video.
                             • Two VCR’s are connected             • Contact your AV Librarian.
                               (sometimes a problem with
                               encoded videos).
                             • Video is damaged.
                                     HOW TO USE THE CATALOG

         This Audio-visual Catalog is divided primarily into three sections: lists arranged by subject,
title, and numerically with a description of each program.

       Please check the "Subject Headings" list to determine all possible headings that relate to your
interest, then go to the "Subject Listing."

       Format of description:

       V277 ERGONOMICS: THE 24-HOUR BODY (Closed Captioned)
       (1/2" VHS 18 min. Color 1998 1 videocassette Employee handbook)
       From the perspective that you use your body 24 hours a day, this program teaches employees
       how to use the ergonomic principles at work and when working at home. Covers how the back
       works, how to use good body mechanics throughout the day, how to protect your body when
       doing weekend chores, how to stay in the “safety zone”, and how to relax and sleep correctly. -
       Coastal Training Technologies Corp.

       Each videocassette description includes the following information: number, title, size of tape
and format, running time, color or black and white, the release date, number of videocassettes in the
program, accompanying material, summary of the content, the producer and/or distributor.

                                    SUBJECT HEADINGS

AGRICULTURE                                     LANDSCAPING
ART HAZARDS                                     MACHINE GUARDING AND OPERATION
ASBESTOS                                        MATERIAL HANDLING - MANUAL
AUTO REPAIR                                     MATERIAL HANDLING - MECHANICAL
COMPRESSED AIR & GASES                          NOISE
CONFINED SPACES                                 OFFICE SAFETY
CONSTRUCTION                                    OSHA (Occupational Safety and Health
                                                PERSONAL PROTECTIVE EQUIPMENT (PPE)
                                                  (PPE) GENERAL
ELECTRICAL SAFETY                                 (PPE) CLOTHING
                                                  (PPE) EYES
                                                  (PPE) FEET
                                                  (PPE) HEAD
                                                  (PPE) HEARING
ERGONOMICS                                        (PPE) RESPIRATORS
FALLS                                           POWERED INDUSTRIAL TRUCKS
FIRE SAFETY                                     POWERED PLATFORMS
FOOD SERVICE                                    PROCESS SAFETY MANAGEMENT
HAZARD COMMUNICATION                            RETAIL
                                                SUPERVISOR TRAINING
HIOSH (Hawaii Occupational Safety
   & Health Division)                           TOOLS

   MAINTENANCE                                  VIDEO DISPLAY TERMINALS
HOSPITALS                                       WAREHOUSES
HOTELS                                          WELDING AND CUTTING WORKING
HOUSEKEEPING                                      SURFACES

LABORATORY SAFETY                               WORKPLACE VIOLENCE

                                          SUBJECT LISTING

V31 Accident Investigation                              V36 Scaffolds
V136 Accident Investigation                             V41 Construction Hazard Communication: The
V303 Piecing it Together: Accident/Investigation             System that Works
     and Root Cause Analysis                            V62 Whose Job is it Anyway?
                                                        V78 Shake Hands with Danger
AGRICULTURE                                             V106 Underground Safety: Tunneling Safety
V29 Farm Chemical Safety is in Your Hands               V112 Contractor Safety: General Requirements
                                                        V128 Construction: New Hire Orientation
ART HAZARDS                                             V129 Construction: Temporary Stairways and
V14 Health Hazards in Printmaking                            Ladders
V15 Health Hazards in Photography                       V130 Construction: Basic Electrical Safety
                                                        V196 Plan for Safety: Fall Protection for
ASBESTOS                                                     Residential Construction
V22 Asbestos: Small-scale Short-duration                V197 Fall Protection: It's No Game
     Activities (Part I)                                V247 Construction Fall Protection: Get Arrested!
V23 Asbestos: Small-scale Short-duration                V248 Construction Electrical Safety
     Activities (Part II)                               V249 Construction B-A-C-K Safety
V30 Don't Blow It!                                      V250 Construction Trenching & Shoring
V205 Asbestos Awareness                                 V275 Forklift Safety for Construction
V206 Asbestos Regulations and Control                   V305 Boomlifts in Construction
V207 Asbestos Custodial and Maintenance                 V306 Scissor Lifts in Construction
     Activities                                         V307 Construction Confined Space Entry
V339 Asbestos in Construction                           V317 Construction Safety Essentials
                                                        V339 Asbestos in Construction
V255 Back Safety For Mechanics                          CRANES AND RIGGING
                                                        V13 Safety in Rigging Series: Cranes - Types
BLOODBORNE PATHOGENS                                         and Components Case Histories
V143 As it should be done: Workplace                    V32 Safety in Rigging Series: Slings
     Precautions against Bloodborne Pathogens           V33 Safety in Rigging Series: Wire Rope
V144 A Discussion of the Bloodborne Pathogens           V120 Selection and Care of Rigging Equipment
     Standard: 29 CFR 1910.1030                         V121 Rigging Equipment: Inspecting for Safety
V145 Universal Precautions                              V122 Safe Rigging
V147 Bloodborne Pathogens: Workplace                    V332 Cranes, Hoists, and Slings
     Precautions for Industry
V167 Bloodborne Pathogens                               DRIVING SAFETY
V259 Bloodborne Pathogens: Control Your                 V75 Good Driving is an Attitude
     Exposure (Closed Captioned)                        V96 Drive to be the Best
V328 Bloodborne Pathogens: A Sharper Image              V185 Drive for Life: Defensive Driving
     (Closed Captioned)                                 V186 Drive for Life: Emergency Situations
V333 Needlestick Prevention: Stick to Safety            V187 Drive for Life: Driver Attitude
                                                        V188 Drive for Life: Program Administration
COMPRESSED AIR & GASES                                  V236 Defensive Driving: A Crash Course
V162 Gas Cylinders                                      V258 Safety On The Road: Defensive Driving For
V329 Compressed Air Safety                                    Delivery Vans

CONFINED SPACES                                         ELECTRICAL SAFETY
V104 Confined Space Entry                               V38 Installing Wire and Cable
V152 Confined Space Hotwork: Checklist to               V61 Electrical Safety I: Electrical Principles
     Safety                                             V65 Safety Meetings Series III
V157 Confined Space Entry: Permit Required              V66 Safety on the Job: Working with Electricity
V191 Confined Space: Atmospheric Testing                V92 Volton
V192 Confined Space: Ventilation                        V107 Electrical Safety: Safe Work Practices
V193 Confined Space: Rescue                             V171 Fatal Shock: Electrical Case Histories
V243   Solving The Mystery: Static Electricity           V85    Cumulative Trauma: Reducing the Risk.
V311   Electrical Safety: Controlling the Hazards               Part 2 - Strategies to Prevent Cumulative
V335   Shock Proof: Qualified Employee                          Trauma
V336   Shock Proof: Unqualified Employee                 V86    Cumulative Trauma: Reducing the Risk.
                                                                Part 3 - Managing Cumulative Trauma
EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT                                     V140   Ergonomics: Your Body at Work
V273 Emergency Evacuation: Getting Out Alive             V200   Ergonomics: Preventing CTD's: Employee
     (Closed Captioned)                                         Module
V315 Emergency Action Plan: Crisis Under                 V201   Ergonomics: Preventing CTD's: Supervisor
     Control                                                    Module
                                                         V231   Ergonomic Programs That Work
EMPLOYEE SAFETY TRAINING                                 V237   Ergonomics Awareness
V1   Accident Report                                     V277   Ergonomics: The 24-Hour Body (Closed
V12 The Risk Takers                                             Captioned)
V28 How to Have an Accident at Work                      V287   Elements of Ergonomics: Basics of
V48 Just That One Time                                          Ergonomics (Closed Captioned)
V53 Safety on the Job: Accident Causes &                 V288   Elements of Ergonomics: Elements of an
     Prevention                                                 Ergonomics Program (Closed Captioned)
V55 With Safety Everybody Wins                           V298   Ergonomics: A Weight Off Your Shoulders
V65 Safety Meetings Series III                           V299   Ergonomics: Safe Patient Transfer (Closed
V74 Battling Fatigue                                            Captioned)
V89 Power To Change: Employee Module
V109 Workplace Safety                                    FALLS
V133 Safety Meeting Series 9                             V44 Putting Your Best Foot Forward
V160 Safety Attitude                                     V142 Personal Fall Protection: Hook Up!
V234 Incident Reporting: You Can Safe A Life             V170 Walking & Working Surfaces:
V242 Hazard Recognition                                        Watch Your Step!
V268 Heads Up For Safety: Overhead Dangers               V182 Slips, Trips and Falls
V276 Shiftwork: Circadian Survival                       V189 Fall Protection: Taking Control
V281 Safety Orientation: It Takes a Winning              V196 Plan for Safety: Fall Protection for
     Attitude                                                  Residential Construction
V289 Delivering the Goods                                V197 Fall Protection: It's No Game
V296 Dancing Alone                                       V247 Construction Fall Protection: Get Arrested!
V301 Communicating Safety                                V272 Slips, Trips & Falls: Service Industry Version
V302 Speak Up! Commit To Give Feedback                   V294 Preventing Slips, Trips and Falls (Hotel
V308 Rudy: Safety Takes Courage                                Version)
V320 Listen Up! Commit to Receive Feedback               V295 Preventing Slips, Trips and Falls (Retail
V330 I Choose to Look the Other Way                            Version)
V343 Safety Leadership for Everyone                      V319 Slips, Trips and Falls: Keeping a Step
EQUIPMENT SAFETY                                         V327 Anchorages: Make the Connection
V176 String Trimmer Safety and Maintenance               V334 Working Safely at Height
V183 Professional's Guide to Lawn Mower Safety           FIRE SAFETY
V235 Backhoe Safety                                      V16 Flammables Controlled: Understanding and
V316 Power Press Safety                                        Extinguishing Flammable Liquid Fires
V347 Loader-Backhoe Safety: Operator Safety              V17 Flammables Contained: The Safe Handling
V348 Loader-Backhoe Safety: Worker Safety                      and Storage of Flammable Liquids
                                                         V27 Fire Extinguishers: The First Responder
ERGONOMICS                                               V103 Fire! In The Workplace
V76 The Right Moves: Ergonomics in the                   V138 Stop it Burning
    Workplace                                            V154 Portable Fire Extinguishers
V80 Basic Ergonomics                                     V199 Fire Extinguisher: Fight or Flight
V81 Fighting the Strain---Ergonomics                     V264 Fire Prevention: It’s Up to You
V84 Cumulative Trauma: Reducing the Risk.                V300 The First Thirty Seconds: The Safe Use of
    Part 1 - Understanding Cumulative Trauma                   Fire Extinguishers

FOOD SERVICE                                            HOSPITALS
V113 Kitchen Sanitation: In your Hands                  V216 Ergonomic Back Injury Prevention for
V114 Kitchen Sanitation: Fighting Foodborne                  Healthcare Professionals
     Illness                                            V299 Ergonomics: Safe Patient Transfer
V115 Kitchen Safety: Preventing Machine Injuries
V116 Kitchen Safety: Preventing Falls                   HOTELS
V117 Kitchen Safety: Preventing Cuts                    V239 Hotel Safety: A Reality Check-In
V118 Kitchen Safety: Preventing Burns                   V294 Preventing Slips, Trips and Falls (Hotel
V119 Kitchen Safety: Preventing Fires                        Version)

HAZARD COMMUNICATION                                    HOUSEKEEPING
V41 Construction Hazard Communication: The              V9   Your House in Order?
     System that Works                                  V71 Slippin' and Trippin'
V54 Hazard Communication: Learning the                  V82 Housekeeping - General Workspace
     System                                             V102 A Custodian's Guide To On-The-Job Safety
V57 Hazard Communication: A Healthy                     V161 Housekeeping
     Responsibility                                     V241 Housekeeping: It Ain’t Like The Movies
V64 Haz-Com: An Overview                                     (Closed Captioned)
V98 Hazard Communication: A Guide to
     Compliance                                         LABORATORY SAFETY
V99 What's Wrong with This Picture                      V141 Lab Safety: Handling Hazardous Chemicals
V265 MSDS: Read It Before You Need It                   LADDERS
                                                        V90 Ladder Safety
HAZARDOUS SUBSTANCES                                    V133 Safety Meeting Series 9
V11 Don't Let It Get You Down (Hydrogen                 V269 Louisville Ladder Step-By-Step Safety
     Sulfide)                                                Training Program
V26 Your Health Matters: Basic Concepts of              V312 Ladder Safety: Take the Right Steps
     Chemical Safety
V39 Chlorine Safety                                     LANDSCAPING
V45 Health Matters at Work                              V220 Groundskeeping Safety: Be A Pro!
V47 Lead                                                V266 Groundskeeping Safety: Dealing With Bugs
V79 What Everybody Should Know About                         and Critters (Closed Captioned)
     Toxicology                                         V274 Back Safety for Landscape, Maintenance &
V158 Hazardous Materials Awareness for Building              Custodial Workers (Closed Captioned)
     and Grounds Personnel
V172 Lead Safety: Keep the Lead Out                     MACHINE GUARDING AND OPERATION
V190 Chemical Handling: Solvents                        V46 Machine Hazard Awareness
V323 Hydrogen Sulfide Safety                            V68 Lockout/Tagout
                                                        V156 Machine Guarding
HAZARDOUS WASTE OPERATIONS AND                          V168 Lockout for Life
EMERGENCY RESPONSE                                      V169 Lockout/Tagout: Controlling the Beast
V229 Incident Command Systems: When Seconds             V252 Machine Guarding
     Count                                              V270 Grinding
                                                        V271 Nipping
V97 Heat Stress                                         MATERIAL HANDLING - MANUAL
V238 Beat The Heat: Preventing And Treating             V2   Backfire
     Heat Disorder (Closed Captioned)                   V42 Your Healthy Back: Preventing Back
HIOSH (Hawaii Occupational Safety & Health)             V43 Your Healthy Back: Supervising to Prevent
V101 Safe and Healthful Working Conditions                   and Manage Back Injuries
                                                        V49 Me and My Back
HIGHWAY CONSTRUCTION/MAINTENANCE                        V69 Back at Home
V194 Flagging Operations and Procedures                 V108 B-A-C-K: Posture, Mechanics, Exercise
V267 Highway Work Zone Safety: The Basics               V127 The Bad Back Video
                                                        V204 Back Safety: The Ergonomic Connection
V208 Understanding the Working Back                     V181 Personal Protective Equipment: Supervisor
V254 Back Safety For Shipping & Receiving                    Training in Hazard Assessment
     Employees                                          V195 Safety First: PPE Hazard Assessment
V256 Safe Lifting In The Warehouse                      V218 Personal Protective Equipment: The Race to
V274 Back Safety for Landscape, Maintenance                  Safety
     and Custodial Workers (Closed Captioned)           S74 Assessing the Need for Personal Protective
V309 Lifting and Carrying                                    Equipment
V313 Elements of Back Care (General Industry)
V346 Manual Handling for Industry: The New              (PPE) CLOTHING
     Approach                                           V35 We've Got You Covered: Chemical
                                                              Protective Clothing
     (see also Powered Industrial Trucks)               (PPE) EYES
V110 Hoists, Winches, and Related Devices               V3     It's Still Up to You
V338 Conveyor Safety in the Workplace                   V63 Let's Pretend: The Case for Eye Safety
                                                        V91 Eye Injuries
MISCELLANEOUS                                           V149 Don't Push Your Luck
V60 Servicing Single-piece and Multi-piece Rim          V321 Prevention of Eye Damage
V227 Laser Safety                                       (PPE) FEET
                                                        V59 Safety Gear: Foot Protection
NOISE                                                   V77 A Foot Closer to Safety
V58 Safety Gear: Hearing Protection                     V135 Foot Safety
V134 Hazard Alert: Hearing Conservation                 V297 Protecting Your Feet: Learning the ABC’s
V148 Noise-Induced Hearing Loss: No Second                          (Closed Captioned)
V280 What Hearing Loss Sounds Like                      (PPE) HANDS AND WRISTS
                                                        V7    Helping Hands: Tools Worth Protecting
OFFICE SAFETY                                           V37 Hand Safety
V6   Office Safety: Friday the 13th                     V40 Carpal Tunnel Syndrome: The "Key
V72 Personal Workspace                                        Method" of Prevention
V87 Office Safety                                       V73 Where are Your Hands
V94 A Breath of Fresh Air: Improving Air Quality        V111 Hand Safety
     in Your Office                                     V219 Hand Protection: Lessons for a Lifetime
V155 Working Smart: General Office Safety               V290 The Essentials Elements of Hand Safety
V198 Office Safety: Thrill Seekers
V244 Office Ergonomics: If Only Your Computer           (PPE) HEAD
     Could Talk                                         V178 Heads Up! Hard Hat Safety
V245 Office Safety: It’s a Jungle In There              V203 Danger Zone: Your Head

OSHA (Occupational Safety and Health                    (PPE) HEARING
Administration)                                         V58 Safety Gear: Hearing Protection
V100 OSHA at Work                                       V134 Hazard Alert: Hearing Conservation
V230 Can’t Take No More                                 V148 Noise-Induced Hearing Loss: No Second
PERSONAL PROTECTIVE EQUIPMENT (PPE)                     V280 What Hearing Loss Sounds Like

(PPE) GENERAL                                           (PPE) RESPIRATORS
V25 Equipped for Safety: Personal Protective            V67 Safety Gear: Respirators
      Equipment                                         V125 Respiratory Safety: Supplied Air
V65 Safety Meetings Series III                          V126 Respiratory Protection: Program
V74 Assessing The Need For Personal Protective                Administration
      Equipment                                         V209 Respiratory Protection: The Invisible Hazard
V177 Danger Zone: Personal Protective                   V210 Respiratory Protection: Air Purifying
      Equipment                                               Respirators
V180 Personal Protective Equipment: Employee
      Module: Simple Things
V211 Respiratory Protection: Air Supplying             SUPERVISOR TRAINING
     Respirators                                       V5   Supervising Safety: You Make the
V228 Using Air Purifying Respirators                        Difference
V304 Respiratory Protection: Another World             V8   Safety and the Supervisor: Positive
     (Closed Captioned)                                     Attitudes Pay Off
                                                       V24 Safety: the Big Picture
POWERED INDUSTRIAL TRUCKS                              V43 Your Healthy Back: Supervising to Prevent
V4   Color of Danger                                        and Manage Back Injuries
V50 Forklift Safety: Part 1 - Operations               V56 Rewards and Consequences: Supervising
V51 Forklift Safety: Part 3 - Driving Skills                Safety by Positive Recognition
V52 Forklift Safety: Part 4 - Battery                  V88 Power to Change: Supervisor Module
     Changing/Refueling                                V95 How to Conduct a Safety Meeting: A Part of
V70 Color of Safety                                         Your Job
V165 Forklift Safety: The Responsible Operator:        V105 Safety Inspections
     Operations                                        V137 Recognition, Evaluation and Control of
V166 Forklift Safety: The Responsible Operator:             Hazards
     Safe Driving Skills                               V139 How to Develop and Implement an Effective
V173 Operating a Forklift Safely                            Safety Program
V174 Basic Forklift Principles                         V164 The Supervisor and Safety
V175 Driving in Dangerous Situations                   V202 Performing a Job Hazard Analysis
V225 Forklift Fundamentals: Get the Facts              V212 Pro-Active Safety: The Total Quality
V226 Forklift Operations: Carry the Load                    Approach
V275 Forklift Safety for Construction                  V213 Pro-Active Safety Attitudes: Target Zero!
V282 Order Picker Safety                               V232 Pro-Active Safety: The Self-Inspection
V283 Reach Truck Safety                                V246 Managing Conflict In The Workplace
V284 Powered Pallet Jack Safety                        V260 Train The Trainer: Needs Assessment and
V285 Forklift Safety                                        Objectives (Closed Captioned)
                                                       V261 Train The Trainer: Planning and Designing
POWERED PLATFORMS                                           (Closed Captioned)
V132 Aerial Lift Safety                                V262 Train The Trainer: Making Learning Stick
                                                            (Closed Captioned)
PROCESS SAFETY MANAGEMENT                              V263 Train the Trainer: Evaluation (Closed
V278 Process Safety Management: Solving the                 Captioned)
     Puzzle                                            V286 Risk Assessment for Industry
                                                       V310 Leadership Skills for Safety: Supervisor
RETAIL                                                      Training
V163 Retail Employee Safety                            V324 On the Front Line: Why Safety
V251 Supermarket Safety Orientation                         Accountability?
V295 Preventing Slips, Trips and Falls (Retail         V325 On the Front Line: Define
     Version)                                          V326 On the Front Line: Measure and Reward
V318 Hazard Communication for Retail                   V331 R.E.P.O.R.T. It! Near Miss Reporting
                                                       V340 Unsafe Acts
SAFETY COMMITTEES                                      V341 S.T.A.R.T. II The Way We Work: Module 1
V159 The Safety Committee: Problem or Solution         V342 S.T.A.R.T. II The Way We Work: Module 2
V344 The Pro-Active Safety Committee: A Team           V345 Safety Coach: The Seven C’s of Safety
     for Success
SCAFFOLDS                                              V18 The Bandsaw: Operation and Safety
V36 Scaffolds                                          V19 The Tablesaw: Operation and Safety
V131 Safety Guidelines for Tube & Clamp/System         V20 The Radial Armsaw: Operation and Safety
     Scaffolds                                         V34 Electric Circular Handsaws
V217 Scaffolds: Safety at all Levels                   V184 Portable Power Tools, Volume III
V221 Suspension Scaffolds in Construction              V215 Power and Hand Tool Safety
                                                       V222 Hand Tool Safety Overview
STRESS                                                 V223 Knife and Blade Safety
V314 Working with Stress                               V224 Striking and Struck Tool Safety

V240 Wrench Safety
V322 Powered Hand Tool Safety
V337 Portable Power Tools, Volume IV

V83 Grounds for Concern
V93 Trenching & Shoring
V150 Shoring Safety
V151 The Competent Person and Soils Testing
V250 Construction Trenching & Shoring

V10 The Video Display Terminal and You
V146 Computer Fitness: How to Work
      Comfortably, Productively, and Safely
V244 Office Ergonomics: If Only Your Computer
      Could Talk

V214 Warehouse Safety: It’s No Mystery
V254 Back Safety For Shipping & Receiving
V256 Safe Lifting In the Warehouse

V153 Welding Safety: Securing the Work Zone
V253 Welding Safety

V170 Walking & Working Surface: Watch Your

V233 Workplace Violence: Customer Service &
     Field Personnel
V246 Managing Conflict In The Workplace
V257 Workplace Violence: The Calm Before The
V279 Workplace Violence: First Line of Defense
     (Closed Captioned)
V291 The Respectful Workplace: Opening the
     Right Doors (Closed Captioned)
V292 The Respectful Workplace: Defusing
     Hostility Through Customer Service (Closed
V293 The Respectful Workplace: Managing
     Harmony (Closed Captioned)

                              VIDEOCASSETTES: TITLE LISTING

Accident Investigation                  V31         Compressed Air Safety                         V329
Accident Investigation                  V136        Computer Fitness: How to Work
Accident Report                         V1            Comfortable, Productively, and Safely       V146
Aerial Lift Safety                      V132        Communicating Safety                          V301
Anchorages: Make the Connection                     Confined Space: Atmospheric Testing           V191
  (Closed Captioned)                    V327        Confined Space Entry                          V104
Asbestos Awareness                      V205        Confined Space Entry: Permit Required         V157
Asbestos Custodial and                              Confined Space Hotwork: Checklist
  Maintenance Activities                V207          to Safety                                   V152
Asbestos in Construction                V339        Confined Space: Rescue                        V193
Asbestos Regulations and Control        V206        Confined Space: Ventilation                   V192
Asbestos: Small-scale Short-duration                Construction B-A-C-K Safety                   V249
  Activities (Part I)                   V22         Construction Confined Space Entry             V307
Asbestos: Small-scale Short-duration                Construction Electrical Safety                V248
  Activities (Part II)                  V23         Construction Fall Protection: Get Arrested!   V247
As it should be done: Workplace                     Construction Hazard Communication:
  Precautions against Bloodborne                      The System that Works                       V41
  Pathogens                             V143        Construction Trenching & Shoring              V250
B.A.C.K.                                V108        Construction: Basic Electrical Safety         V130
Back at Home                            V69         Construction: New Hire Orientation            V128
Back Safety for Landscape,                          Construction Safety Essentials                V317
  Maintenance & Custodial Workers                   Construction: Temporary Stairways
  (Closed Captioned)                    V274          and Ladders                                 V129
Back Safety For Mechanics               V255        Contractor Safety: General Requirements       V112
Back Safety For Shipping & Receiving                Conveyor Safety in the Workplace              V338
  Employees                             V254        Cranes, Hoists and Slings                     V332
Back Safety: The Ergonomic                          Cumulative Trauma: Reducing the Risk.
  Connection                            V204          Part 1 - Understanding Cumulative
Backfire                                V2            Trauma                                      V84
Backhoe Safety                          V235        Cumulative Trauma: Reducing the Risk.
The Bad Back Video                      V127          Part 2 - Strategies to Prevent Cumulative
Bandsaw: Operation and Safety           V18           Trauma                                      V85
Basic Ergonomics                        V80         Cumulative Trauma: Reducing the Risk.
Basic Forklift Principles               V174          Part 3 - Managing Cumulative Trauma         V86
Battling Fatigue                        V74         A Custodian's Guide to On-The-Job Safety      V102
Beat The Heat: Preventing and                       Dancing Alone                                 V296
  Treating Heat Disorders               V238        Danger Zone: Your Head                        V203
Bloodborne Pathogens                    V167        Danger Zone: Personal Protective
Bloodborne Pathogens: Control Your                    Equipment                                   V177
  Exposure (Closed Captioned)           V259        Defensive Driving: A Crash Course             V236
Bloodborne Pathogens: A Sharper                     Delivering the Goods                          V289
  Image (Closed Captioned)              V328        A Discussion of the Bloodborne
Bloodborne Pathogens: Workplace                       Standard: CFR 1910.1030                     V144
  Precautions for Industry              V147        Don't Blow It                                 V30
Boomlifts in Construction               V305        Don't Let It Get You Down
A Breath of Fresh Air: Improving Air                  (Hydrogen Sulfide)                          V11
  Quality in Your Office                V94         Don't Push Your Luck                          V148
Can’t Take No More                      V230        Drive for Life: Defensive Driving             V185
Carpal Tunnel Syndrome                  V40         Drive for Life: Driver Attitude               V187
Chemical Handling: Solvents             V190        Drive for Life: Emergency Situations          V186
Chlorine Safety                         V39         Drive for Life: Program Administration        V188
Color of Danger                         V4          Drive to Be the Best                          V96
Color of Safety                         V7          Driving in Dangerous Situations               V175
The Competent Person and Soil Testing   V151        Electric Circular Handsaws                    V34
Electrical Safety I: Electrical Principles V61         Forklift Safety: The Responsible
Electrical Safety: Controlling the Hazards V311           Operator: Safe Driving Skills          V166
Electrical Safety: Safe Work Practices     V107        Gas Cylinders                             V162
Elements of Back Care (General Industry) V313          Good Driving Is An Attitude               V75
Elements of Ergonomics: Basics of                      Grinding                                  V270
  Ergonomics (Closed Captioned)            V287        Groundskeeping Safety: Be A Pro!          V220
Elements of Ergonomics: Elements of an                 Groundskeeping Safety: Dealing with
  Ergonomics Program (Closed Captioned) V288              Bugs and Critters (Closed Captioned)   V266
Emergency Action Plan: Crisis                          Grounds For Concern                       V83
  Under Control (Closed Captioned)         V315        Hand Protection: Lessons for a Lifetime   V219
Emergency Evacuation: Getting Out Alive V273           Hand Safety                               V37
Equipped for Safety: Personal                          Hand Safety                               V111
  Protective Equipment                     V25         Hand Tool Safety Overview                 V222
Ergonomic Back Injury Prevention                       Hazard Alert: Hearing Conservation        V134
  for Health Care Professionals            V216        Hazard Communication: A Guide to
Ergonomic Programs That Work               V231           Compliance                             V98
Ergonomics: A Weight Off Your Shoulders V298           Hazard Communication: A Healthy
Ergonomics Awareness                       V237           Responsibility                         V57
Ergonomics: Your Body at Work              V140        Hazard Communication:
Ergonomics: Preventing CTD's:                             Learning the System                    V54
  Employee Module                          V200        Hazard Communication for Retail           V318
Ergonomics: Preventing CTD's:                          HAZCOM                                    V179
  Supervisor Module                        V201        Haz-Com: An Overview                      V64
Ergonomics: Safe Patient Transfer          V299        Hazard Recognition                        V242
Ergonomics: The 24-Hour Body                           Hazardous Material Awareness for
  (Closed Captioned)                       V277           Building and Grounds Personnel         V158
The Essential Elements of Hand Safety      V290        Heads Up! Hard Hat Safety                 V178
Eye Injuries                               V91         Heads Up For Safety: Overhead Dangers     V268
Fall Protection: Taking Control            V189        Health Hazards in Photography             V15
Fall Protection: It's No Game              V197        Health Hazards in Print-making            V14
Farm Chemical Safety is in Your Hands      V29         Health Matters at Work                    V45
Fatal Shock: Electrical Case Histories     V171        Heat Stress                               V97
Fighting the Strain--Ergonomics            V81         Helping Hands: Tools Worth Protecting     V7
Fire Extinguishers: The First Responder    V27         Highway Work Zone Safety: The Basics      V267
Fire Extinguisher: Fight or Flight?        V199        Hoists, Winches, and Related Devices      V110
Fire! In the Workplace                     V103        Hotel Safety: A Reality Check-In          V239
Fire Prevention: It’s Up To You            V264        Housekeeping                              V161
The First Thirty Seconds: The Safe                     Housekeeping--General Workspace           V82
  Use of Fire Extinguishers                V300        Housekeeping: It Ain’t Like The Movies    V241
Flagging Operations and Procedures         V194        How to Conduct A Safety Meeting:
Flammables Contained: The Safe Handling                   A Part of Your Job                     V95
  and Storage of Flammable Liquids         V17         How to Develop and Implement an
Flammables Controlled:                                    Effective Safety Program               V139
  Understanding and Extinguishing                      How to Have an Accident at Work           V28
  Flammable Liquid Fires                   V16         Hydrogen Sulfide Safety                   V323
A Foot Closer to Safety                    V77         I Choose to Look the Other Way            V330
Foot Safety                                V135        Incident Command Systems: When
Forklift Fundamentals: Get the Facts       V225           Seconds Count                          V229
Forklift Operations: Carry the Load        V226        Incident Reporting: You Can Save a Life   V234
Forklift Safety                            V285        Installing Wire and Cable                 V38
Forklift Safety for Construction           V275        It's Still Up to You                      V3
Forklift Safety: Part 1 - Operations       V50         Just That One Time                        V48
Forklift Safety: Part 3 - Driving Skills   V51         Kitchen Safety: Preventing Burns          V118
Forklift Safety: Part 4 - Battery                      Kitchen Safety: Preventing Cuts           V117
  Changing/Refueling                       V52         Kitchen Safety: Preventing Falls          V116
Forklift Safety: The Responsible                       Kitchen Safety: Preventing Fires          V119
  Operator: Operations                     V165
Kitchen Safety: Preventing Machine                   Personal Protective Equipment: Supervisor
  Injuries                               V115            Training in Hazard Assessment         V181
Kitchen Sanitation: Fighting                         The Race to Safety                        V218
  Foodborne Illness                      V114        Personal Workspace                        V72
Kitchen Sanitation: In Your Hands        V113        Piecing it Together: Accident/Incident
Knife and Blade Safety                   V223          Investigation and Root Cause Analysis   V303
Lab Safety: Handling Hazardous                       Plan for Safety: Fall Protection for
  Chemicals                              V141          Residential Construction                V196
Ladder Safety                            V90         Portable Fire Extinguishers               V154
Ladder Safety: Take the Right Steps      V312        Portable Power Tools, Volume III          V184
Laser Safety                             V227        Portable Power Tools, Volume IV           V337
Lead                                     V47         Power and Hand Tool Safety                V215
Lead Safety: Keep the Lead Out           V172        Power to Change: Employee Module          V89
Leadership Skills for Safety:                        Power to Change: Supervisor Module        V88
  Supervisor Training                    V310        Power Press Safety                        V316
Let's Pretend: The Case for Eye Safety   V63         Powered Hand Tool Safety                  V322
Lifting and Carrying                     V309        Powered Pallet Jack Safety                V284
Listen Up! Commit to Receive Feedback    V320        Preventing Slips, Trips and Falls
Loader-Backhoe Safety: Operator Safety   V347          (Hotel Version)                         V294
Loader-Backhoe Safety: Worker Safety     V348        Preventing Slips, Trips and Falls
Lockout for Life!                        V168          (Retail Version)                        V295
Lockout/Tagout                           V68         Prevention of Eye Damage                  V321
Lockout/Tagout: Controlling the Beast    V169        Pro-Active Safety Attitudes: Target Zero! V213
Louisville Ladder Step-By-Step                       Pro-Active Safety Committee: A Team
  Safety Training Program                V269          For Success                             V344
Machine Guarding                         V156        Pro-Active Safety: The Self-Inspection    V232
Machine Guarding                         V252        Pro-Active Safety: The Total Quality
Machine Hazard Awareness                 V46           Approach                                V212
Managing Conflict in The Workplace       V246        Process Safety Management: Solving
Manual Handling for Industry: The New                  the Puzzle                              V278
  Approach                               V346        Professional's Guide to Lawn Mower
Me and My Back                           V49           Safety                                  V183
MSDS: Read It Before You Need It         V265        Protecting Your Feet: Learning The
Needlestick Prevention: Stick to                       ABC’s (Closed Captioned)                V297
  Safety (Closed Captioned)              V333        Putting Your Best Foot Forward            V44
Nipping                                  V271        Radial Armsaw: Operation and Safety       V20
Noise-Induced Hearing Loss: No                       R.E.P.O.R.T. It! Near Miss Reporting      V331
  Second Chance                          V148        Reach Truck Safety                        V283
Office Ergonomics: If Only Your                      Recognition, Evaluation, and Control
  Computer Could Talk                    V244          of Hazards                              V137
Office Safety                            V87         The Respectful Workplace:
Office Safety: It’s A Jungle In There    V245          Defusing Hostility Through Customer
Office Safety: Friday the 13th           V6            Service (Closed Captioned)              V292
Office Safety: Thrill Seekers            V198        The Respectful Workplace: Managing
On the Front Line: Define                V325          Harmony (Closed Captioned)              V293
On the Front Line: Measure and Reward    V326        The Respectful Workplace: Opening
On the Front Line: Why Safety                          The Right Doors (Closed Captioned)      V291
  Accountability?                        V324        Respiratory Protection: Air Purifying
Operating a Forklift Safely              V173          Respirators                             V210
Order Picker Safety                      V282        Respiratory Protection: Air Supplying
OSHA at Work                             V100          Respirators                             V211
Performing a Job Hazard Analysis         V202        Respiratory Protection: Another
Personal Fall Protection: Hook Up!       V142          World (Closed Captioned)                V304
Personal Protective Equipment:                       Respiratory Protection: Program
  Employee Module: Simple Things         V180          Administration                          V126
                                                     Respiratory Protection: The Invisible
                                                       Hazard                                  V209
Respiratory Safety: Supplied Air           V125        Slips, Trips and Falls: Service
Retail Employee Safety                     V163          Industry Version                        V272
Rewards and Consequences: Supervising                  Solving The Mystery: Static Electricity   V243
  Safety By Positive Recognition           V56         Speak Up! Commit to Give Feedback         V302
Rigging Equipment: Inspecting for Safety   V121        S.T.A.R.T. II The Way We Work:            V341
Risk Assessment for Industry               V286          Module 1
The Right Moves: Ergonomics in                         S.T.A.R.T. II The Way We Work:
  the Workplace                            V76           Module 2                                V342
The Risk Takers                            V12         Stop it Burning                           V138
Rudy: Safety Takes Courage                 V308        Striking and Struck Tool Safety           V224
Safe and Healthful Working Conditions      V101        String Trimmer Safety and
Safe Lifting In the Warehouse              V256          Maintenance Guide                       V176
Safe Rigging                               V122        Supermarket Safety Orientation            V251
Safety and the Supervisor: Positive                    Supervising Safety: You Make
  Attitudes Pay Off                        V8            the Difference                          V5
Safety Attitude                            V160        The Supervisor and Safety                 V164
Safety Coach: The Seven C’s of Safety      V345        Suspension Scaffolds in Construction      V221
The Safety Committee: Problem or                       Tablesaw: Operation and Safety            V19
  Solution                                 V159        Train The Trainer: Evaluation
Safety First: PPE Hazard Assessment        V195          (Closed Captioned)                      V263
Safety Gear: Foot Protection               V59         Train The Trainer: Making Learning
Safety Gear: Hearing Protection            V58           Stick (Closed Captioned)                V262
Safety Gear: Respirators                   V67         Train The Trainer: Needs, Assessment
Safety Guidelines for Tube                               and Objectives (Closed Captioned)       V260
  & Clamp/System Scaffolds                 V131        Train The Trainer: Planning and
Safety in Rigging Series: Cranes                         Designing (Closed Captioned)            V261
  Types and Components Case Histories      V13         Trenching & Shoring                       V93
Safety in Rigging Series: Slings           V32         Underground Safety: Tunneling Safety      V106
Safety in Rigging Series: Wire Rope        V33         Understanding the Working Back            V208
Safety Inspections                         V105        Universal Precautions                     V145
Safety Leadership for Everyone             V343        Unsafe Acts                               V340
Safety Meetings Series III                 V65         Using Air Purifying Respirators           V228
Safety Meetings Series 9                   V133        Video Display Terminal and You            V10
Safety on the Job: Accident                            Volton                                    V92
  Causes & Prevention                      V53         Walking & Working Surfaces:
Safety on the Job: Working                               Watch Your Step!                        V170
  With Electricity                         V66         Warehouse Safety: It’s no Mystery         V214
Safety on the Road: Defensive                          Welding Safety                            V253
  Driving for Delivery Vans                V258
                                                       Welding Safety: Securing the Work Zone    V153
Safety Orientation: It Takes a
                                                       We've Got You Covered: Chemical
  Winning Attitude                         V281
                                                         Protective Clothing                     V35
Safety: The Big Picture                    V24
                                                       What Everybody Should Know
Scaffolds                                  V36
                                                         About Toxicology                        V79
Scaffolds: Safety at all Levels            V217
                                                       What Hearing Loss Sounds Like             V280
Scissor Lifts in Construction              V306
                                                       What's Wrong With This Picture?           V99
Selection and Care of Rigging Equipment    V120
                                                       Where Are Your Hands                      V73
Servicing Single-Piece and
                                                       Whose Job Is It Anyway?                   V62
  Multi-Piece Rim Wheels                   V60
                                                       With Safety Everybody Wins                V55
Shake Hands With Danger                    V78
                                                       Working Safely at Height                  V334
Shiftwork: Circadian Survival              V276
                                                       Working Smart: General Office Safety      V155
Shock Proof: Qualified Employee            V335
                                                       Working with Stress                       V314
Shock Proof: Unqualified Employee          V336
                                                       Workplace Safety                          V109
Shoring Safety                             V150
                                                       Workplace Violence: Customer
Slippin' and Trippin'                      V71
                                                         Service & Field Personnel               V233
Slips, Trips and Falls                     V182
                                                       Workplace Violence: First Line of
Slips, Trips and Falls: Keeping
                                                         Defense (Closed Captioned)              V279
  a Step Ahead (Closed Captioned)          V319
Workplace Violence: The Calm               Your Healthy Back: Preventing
 Before The Storm              V257         Back Problems                      V42
Wrench Safety                  V240        Your Healthy Back: Supervising to
Your Health Matters: Basic                  Prevent and Manage Back Injuries   V43
 Concepts of Chemical Safety   V26         Your House in Order?                V9

                                   VIDEOCASSETTE DESCRIPTIONS

V1   ACCIDENT REPORT                                             protective equipment and people, the most
     (1/2" VHS 15 min. Color 1982                                difficult to influence. Many workers take
     1 videocassette)                                            calculated risks because their behavior was
     Very often employees know how to perform                    rewarded in the past by the lack of
     their jobs safely; however, knowledge isn't                 accidents. Since it is more difficult to
     enough. Film stresses the importance of                     change people's attitudes, the manager is
     attitudes in causing and preventing                         encouraged to influence the employee's
     accidents, i.e., personal responsibility. The               behavior. Three techniques are suggested
     following are important to keep in mind: 1)                 and illustrated to accomplish this--modeling,
     consequences of unsafe behavior, 2) things                  reward and correction. - Industrial Training
     and conditions in the work area change, 3)                  Systems.
     people change. These points are illustrated
     by three accidents--lifting, falling down              V6   OFFICE SAFETY: FRIDAY THE 13TH
     stairs, and electrical shock due to poor                    (1/2" VHS 11 min. Color 1984
     lockout procedures. - Parker Productions.                   1 videocassette Leader's guide Workbook)
                                                                 Uses humor to overcome complacency
V2   BACKFIRE                                                    about the potential for accidents in the office
     (1/2" VHS 15 min. Color 1983                                as it portrays incidents involving a paper
     1 videocassette)                                            cutter, copying machine, electric stapler,
     Designed to motivate employees to perform                   moving supplies, falls, file drawers and
     their jobs without risking a back injury. It                others. It makes employees aware of the
     explains some of the causes of back injuries                safety hazards that exist in every office and
     and emphasizes prevention which includes                    shows them how to take steps to identify
     bending your knees, thinking about the task                 and eliminate or reduce those hazards. -
     before performing it, keeping the back                      BNA Communications.
     straight when walking, sitting and lifting, and
     keeping in shape. - Parker Productions.                V7   HELPING HANDS: TOOLS WORTH
V3   IT'S STILL UP TO YOU                                        (1/2" VHS 11 min. Color 1981
     (1/2" VHS 11 min. Color 1977                                1 video cassette Leader's guide Workbook)
     1 videocassette)                                            Covers the sources of many hand injuries:
     Shows a worker who momentarily forgets                      machinery, hand tools (e.g., hammers,
     his protective eye equipment and suffers an                 screw drivers, chisels, wrenches), material
     accident. Features a sequence showing the                   handling and not thinking where one puts
     surgical removal of a piece of metal from                   their hands. Also mentions the hazards of
     the worker's eye. - Harvest A-V, Inc.                       wearing jewelry and washing hands with
                                                                 gasoline or other solvents. - BNA
V4   COLOR OF DANGER                                             Communications.
     (1/2" VHS 16 min. Color 1969
     1 videocassette)                                       V8   SAFETY AND THE SUPERVISOR:
     Gives operating tips on safety in lifting,                  POSITIVE ATTITUDES PAY OFF
     carrying and unloading material with many                   (1/2" VHS 20 min. Color 1980
     types of forklift trucks. - Calvin Comm., Inc.              1 videocassette)
                                                                 Employees take their cues from their
V5   SUPERVISING SAFETY: YOU MAKE THE                            supervisors, thus it is important that they
     DIFFERENCE                                                  project positive safety attitudes and
     (1/2" VHS 19 min. Color 1985                                consequently do their part to help keep
     1 videocassette Leader's guide)                             workers' compensation costs down. Some
     Designed for managers, this video informs                   techniques to develop these attitudes
     them about the ways they can improve the                    illustrated in the film are: making certain
     safety of the operations they supervise.                    employees know the safe way to do a job;
     Many times accidents are the result of the                  making the message specific and personal;
     interrelationship between work environment,                 not letting a day go by without talking to

      someone about safety on a one-to-one                       different jobs taking risks, but the main plot
      basis; and listening to employees'                         involves a forklift operator who continues to
      complaints about job safety. - Bureau of                   use a forklift with faulty brakes. - Parker
      Business Practice.                                         Productions.

V9    YOUR HOUSE IN ORDER?                                 V13   SAFETY IN RIGGING SERIES: CRANES:
      (1/2" VHS 18 min. Color 1979                               TYPES AND COMPONENTS CASE
      1 videocassette)                                           HISTORIES
      Many accidents can be traced either directly               (1/2" VHS 19 min. Color 1984
      or indirectly to untidiness, sloppy work                   1 videocassette Instructor's notes)
      habits or to workers who do not bother to                  Uses graphics and live-action to identify
      think what their actions may do to                         types of cranes (mobile and tower), the
      themselves and others. Addressed to all                    components of each type, and how to select
      types of workers (e.g. machine shop, office,               the proper crane for the job. Short case
      maintenance, warehouse, kitchen). The film                 histories of accidents include those due to
      stresses that the way to eliminate accidents               improper setup, misplaced outriggers, lifting
      and injuries is to eliminate all the near                  over the side of a crawler crane,
      misses, and suggests good housekeeping                     miscalculating load weight, and disregarding
      habits and regular safety inspections as                   hazards in the operating area. Guidelines
      ways of doing this. - International Film                   for avoiding these hazards and the resulting
      Bureau.                                                    accidents are included. - International Film
      YOU                                                  V14   HEALTH HAZARDS IN PRINTMAKING
      (1/2" VHS 16 min. Color 1988                               (1/2" VHS 10 min. Color 1984
      1 videocassette)                                           1 videocassette)
      Covers some of the health problems                         Shows how to avoid health hazards
      associated with VDT use, e.g., headaches,                  associated with silkscreen printing,
      back pain and eye problems, and ways to                    lithography, engraving, etching, and
      prevent them. Mentions the importance of                   aquatint. - International Film Bureau.
      the position of the screen, the use of the
      proper chair, the lighting, your posture, and        V15   HEALTH HAZARDS IN PHOTOGRAPHY
      taking breaks. Demonstrates several                        (1/2" VHS 10 min. Color 1984
      relaxation exercises. - Coast Video                        1 videocassette)
      Communications.                                            Covers the hazards photographers face,
                                                                 shows safe color processing, and
V11   DON'T LET IT GET YOU DOWN                                  emphasizes darkroom safety rules for black
      (HYDROGEN SULFIDE)                                         and white processing. - International Film
      (1/2" VHS 17 min. Color 1981                               Bureau.
      1 videocassette)
      Explains to the employee the characteristics         V16   FLAMMABLES CONTROLLED:
      of hydrogen sulfide, the physical effects of               UNDERSTANDING AND EXTINGUISHING
      varying exposures, where it is found, how it               FLAMMABLE LIQUID FIRES
      is monitored, how to protect against it and                (1/2" VHS 22 min. Color 1986
      appropriate rescue procedures. - Standard                  1 videocassette Discussion guide)
      Oil, Industrial Training System.                           A safety meeting is the setting for this
                                                                 counterpart to "Flammables Contained"
V12   THE RISK TAKERS                                            using industrial tabletop demonstration to
      (1/2" VHS 14 min. Color 1985                               show the dangers that accompany the use
      1 videocassette)                                           of flammable liquids in the industrial
      Safety attitude film that emphasizes the                   environment. Proper fire prevention
      need to consider the costly consequences                   procedures to be followed by personnel in
      not only for those taking the risk for                     case of a flammable liquid fire are covered -
      whatever reason (e.g., saves time, makes                   evacuation, alarm, notification, and possible
      job easier, can get away with it), but for                 suppression. - Film Communicators.
      those who work with them and their
      companies. Shows workers in various
V17   FLAMMABLES CONTAINED: THE SAFE                              work practices involving asbestos found in
      HANDLING AND STORAGE OF                                     pipe insulation, flange gaskets, pump and
      FLAMMABLE LIQUIDS                                           valve packing and insulation above drop
      (1/2" VHS 12 min. Color 1986                                ceilings. The importance of using wet
      1 videocassette Discussion guide)                           methods is emphasized. Both glove bag
      Covers properties of flammable and                          and non-glove bag techniques are
      combustible liquids - flashpoint, vapors,                   demonstrated. - Industrial Training Systems.
      ignition temperature, and flashback - and
      how they can cause fires. Shows potential             V23   ASBESTOS: SMALL-SCALE SHORT-
      ignition sources and different types of                     DURATION ACTIVITIES (PART II)
      approved containers and safety equipment                    (1/2" VHS 9 min. Color 1987
      used in the handling, storing, and                          1 videocassette)
      dispensing of flammable liquids. - Film                     The two-part videos are designed to instruct
      Communicators.                                              employees about the procedures to follow
                                                                  when working with asbestos. Covers
V18   THE BANDSAW: OPERATION AND                                  preliminary precautions and appropriate
      SAFETY                                                      work practices involving asbestos found in
      (1/2" VHS 14 min. Color 1987                                pipe insulation, flange gaskets, pump and
      1 videocassette Instructor's guide)                         valve packing and insulation above drop
      Covers the setup and operation for a variety                ceilings. The importance of using wet
      of cuts (e.g. freehand, resaw and miter) on                 methods is emphasized. Both glove bag
      the woodworking bandsaw. Proper safety                      and non-glove bag techniques are
      procedures are emphasized throughout the                    demonstrated. - Industrial Training Systems.
      presentation, which utilizes a secondary
      school setting. - Meridian Education Corp.            V24   SAFETY: THE BIG PICTURE
                                                                  (1/2" VHS 12 min. Color 1987
V19   THE TABLESAW: OPERATION AND                                 1 videocassette Leader's guide)
      SAFETY                                                      Designed to motivate supervisors to
      (1/2" VHS 14 min. Color 1987                                promote safety. Informs them about the
      1 videocassette Instructor's guide)                         ways in which they are responsible for the
      Covers the setup and operation for a variety                safety of their employees and the
      of cuts (e.g. crosscut, rip, miter, and                     operations that they supervise. It covers
      compound) on the tablesaw. Proper safety                    accident prevention and motivation for safe
      procedures are emphasized which utilizes a                  employee behavior. - Industrial Training
      secondary school setting. - Meridian                        Systems Corp.
      Education Corp.
                                                            V25   EQUIPPED FOR SAFETY: PERSONAL
      AND SAFETY                                                  (1/2" VHS 9 min. Color 1987
      (1/2" VHS 13 min. Color 1987                                1 videocassette Leader's guide)
      1 videocassette Instructor's guide)                         Designed to explain to employees the
      Demonstrates the set up and operation of a                  personal protective equipment that may be
      variety of cuts (e.g. crosscut, rip, miter and              required on the job. Discusses eye and
      compound) with the radial armsaw.                           face, hearing, respiratory, head, hand, foot
      Emphasizes proper safety procedures                         and fall protection. Also covers protective
      within a secondary school setting. -                        clothing and the importance of maintaining
      Meridian Education Corp.                                    personal protective equipment. - Industrial
                                                                  Training Systems Corp.
      DURATION ACTIVITIES (PART I)                          V26   YOUR HEALTH MATTERS: BASIC
      (1/2" VHS 17 min. Color 1987                                CONCEPTS OF CHEMICAL SAFETY
      1 videocassette Leader's guide)                             (1/2" VHS 15 min. Color 1987
      The two-part videos are designed to instruct                1 videocassette Leader's guide)
      employees about the procedures to follow                    Designed to provide an overview of the
      when working with asbestos. Covers                          potential effects of hazardous materials in
      preliminary precautions and appropriate                     the workplace and how unnecessary

      exposure to potentially harmful materials             V31   ACCIDENT INVESTIGATION
      can be avoided through proper control                       (1/2" VHS 22 min. Color 1987
      techniques and the use of personal                          1 videocassette Workbook)
      protective equipment. - Industrial Training                 Presents the steps to take in conducting an
      Systems Corp.                                               accident investigation -- how to take
                                                                  immediate action, gather informational and
V27   FIRE EXTINGUISHERS: THE FIRST                               physical evidence, interview witnesses and
      RESPONDER                                                   others who may provide related information,
      (1/2" VHS 12 min. Color 1984                                analyze details of accidents to determine
      1 videocassette)                                            causes and recommend corrective action. -
      Explains the A, B, and C classes of fires                   Summit Training Source.
      and the proper use of appropriate
      extinguishers on small fires which one can            V32   SAFETY IN RIGGING SERIES: SLINGS
      control (policy on whether an employee                      (1/2" VHS 21 min. Color 1984
      should fight a fire varies). Many key points                1 videocassette Instructor's notes)
      of what to do when a fire starts are                        Slings include a wide variety of fiber ropes,
      stressed: call the fire department, know                    wire ropes, chains and web. This
      where extinguishers are located, have an                    presentation explains sling materials and
      escape route, make sure everyone gets out,                  configurations. Construction, capacity, and
      stay low, have extinguishers serviced after                 safe working loads for each type are
      use. - Film Communicators.                                  discussed. Inspection criteria are included.
                                                                  Guidelines for choosing the correct sling for
V28   HOW TO HAVE AN ACCIDENT AT WORK                             the job depending on exposure and
      (1/2" VHS 8 min. Color 1959                                 temperature are discussed. - International
      1 videocassette)                                            Film Bureau.
      Donald Duck, the perfect model of all good
      safety habits at home, recklessly disregards          V33   SAFETY IN RIGGING SERIES: WIRE
      all the rules when he goes on the job.                      ROPE
      Donald blames fate for his troubles, but J.J.               (1/2" VHS 19 min. Color 1984
      Fate materializes to shatter Donald's efforts               1 videocassette Instructor's notes)
      to alibi his own thoughtlessness. - Walt                    Demonstrates how to identify, select, and
      Disney Educational Media Co.                                use wire ropes for rigging and hoisting
                                                                  operations and shows how to use them
V29   FARM CHEMICAL SAFETY IS IN YOUR                             safely. The formulas for the relationship
      HANDS                                                       between Safe Working Load, Breaking
      (1/2" VHS 12 min. Color 1987                                Strength, and Factor of Safety are reviewed,
      1 videocassette Booklet)                                    and computation of the safe working load in
      Stresses the importance of personal                         tons is given. Rope and rigging inspection
      protective equipment in the use of farm                     is stressed, and tests for determining breaks
      chemicals. Focuses on the principle that                    are demonstrated. - International Film
      "risk equals toxicity multiplied by exposure,"              Bureau.
      and that the use of rubber gloves, water and
      thorough washing practices will reduce                V34   ELECTRICAL CIRCULAR HANDSAWS
      exposure to harmful chemicals. - National                   (1/2" VHS 18 min. Color 1985
      Agricultural Chemicals Association.                         1 videocassette)
                                                                  For experienced and novice users, this
V30   DON'T BLOW IT                                               program provides on-the-job examples of
      (1/2" VHS 15 min. Color 1986                                the do's and don'ts of using the saw safely.
      1 videocassette)                                            The video covers the types of saws
      Covers the potential health hazards from                    available and their various safety features,
      exposure to asbestos in brake dust.                         reviews the purpose of different styles of
      Follows the enclosure-vacuum method and                     blades and how they should be changed,
      stresses the importance of properly                         sharpened and set, and stresses the
      replacing the HEPA filters. Briefly mentions                importance of using the electrical power
      the wet collection method. - U.S.                           supply safely and of wearing personal
      Environmental Protection Agency and                         protective equipment. - International Film
      American Lung Association of Maryland.                      Bureau.
      PROTECTIVE CLOTHING                                         (1/2" VHS 25 min. Color 1988
      (1/2" VHS 16 min. Color 1987                                1 videocassette Handbook)
      1 videocassette)                                            Covers the toxic and hazardous properties
      Explains the selection, use, maintenance,                   of chlorine, emergency and first aid
      cleaning, and storage of chemical protective                procedures, personal protection from
      clothing. - Industrial Training Systems.                    chlorine exposure, rules for storage,
                                                                  handling and transportation and what to do
V36   SCAFFOLDS                                                   in the event of a fire, spill or leak. - Coastal
      (1/2" VHS 16 min. Color 1987                                Video Communications.
      1 videocassette)
      Live-action shots show and explain the                V40   CARPAL TUNNEL SYNDROME: THE
      erection of various types of scaffolds. The                 "KEY METHOD" OF PREVENTION
      video concentrates on sectional tubular                     (1/2" VHS 15 min. Color 1985
      frame scaffolds since they are the ones                     1 videocassette Administrator's guide
      most commonly used. Animated drawings                       Supervisor's handbook)
      show the main types of accidents, i.e., falls.              Acquaints supervisory, management and
      Special precautions necessary when using                    engineering personnel with carpal tunnel
      a rolling scaffold are pointed out. The                     syndrome -- what it is, how it is caused, and
      features of aluminum fold-up scaffolds, light               how it can be prevented. The "key method"
      frame adjustable scaffolds, and trailer-                    of look, listen and take action instructs
      mounted scaffolds are discussed. -                          supervisors how to watch for injuries, how to
      International Film Bureau.                                  approach employees about correcting any
                                                                  problems, and how to prevent these injuries,
V37   HAND SAFETY                                                 including the education of the employee and
      (1/2" VHS 17 min. Color 1987                                the adjustments of the work area. -
      1 videocassette)                                            CLMI/International Film Bureau.
      Focuses on the causes of the most common
      type of industrial accident -- the hand               V41   CONSTRUCTION HAZARD
      accident. A wide variety of situations                      COMMUNICATION: THE SYSTEM THAT
      involving both mechanical and contact                       WORKS
      hazards are described, and the dangers of                   (1/2" VHS 25 min. Color 1987
      approaching the job with an unsafe attitude                 1 videocassette Compliance manual
      are demonstrated. - Tel-A-Train.                            Worker handbook)
                                                                  Mentions the responsibilities in a right-to-
V38   INSTALLING WIRE AND CABLE                                   know program of the manufacturer, supplier,
      (1/2" VHS 25 min. Color 1987                                contractor and especially employees. The
      1 videocassette)                                            employee needs to learn about the special
      Electricians on the job demonstrate safe                    hazards on each job site, of his job and the
      work practices and hazards in specific work                 trades working next to him. Some of his
      areas. Three sections detail specific                       responsibilities include learning about
      hazards. The first covers those general                     hazardous materials, reading labels and
      safety hazards, which are common to all                     MSDS, following employer rules and safety
      kinds of wire and cable installations, such                 and health programs, speaking up when
      as over-exertion from pulling or standing in                problems occur. Covers the physical and
      awkward positions, eye injuries, and                        health hazards of flammable, corrosive,
      improper maintenance and use of                             toxic and reactive materials, how they can
      equipment. The second section deals with                    be controlled, the hazards common to all
      installing conductor in walls in continuous                 trades and those specific to the mechanical
      lengths in low-rise residential and                         and electrical trades, insulators, painters,
      commercial and light industrial construction.               cement finishers, floor coverers, roofers,
      The latter section deals with high-rise                     carpenters and laborers. -
      residential and commercial construction and                 CLMI/International Film Bureau.
      heavy industrial construction. - International
      Film Bureau.

V42   YOUR HEALTHY BACK: PREVENTING                                vapors, radiation and noise about their
      BACK PROBLEMS                                                potential dangers and how to control them.
      (1/2" VHS 17 min. Color 1988                                 Part 1 identifies the hazards, discusses
      1 videocassette)                                             acute and chronic health effects and
      The key to preventing back problems or                       outlines methods of controlling exposure.
      curing them is balance in the following four                 Routes of entry of toxic materials are
      areas: exercise, diet, activities and posture.               covered in Part 2 (Breathing), Part 3 (Skin
      Beginning with suggestions for proper sitting                contact) and Part 4 (Swallowing). Part 5
      and standing and concentrating on the                        explains noise-induced hearing loss, shows
      importance of good body mechanics, this                      the functions of the ear and suggests
      program teaches employees how to select                      methods of controlling noise and protecting
      the correct material handling techniques for                 hearing. Part 6 on impairment or loss of
      different positions and tasks. -                             vision covers good light sources, explains
      Comprehensive Loss Management Inc.                           the structure of the eye, the dangers of
                                                                   radiation and other hazards to vision and
V43   YOUR HEALTHY BACK: SUPERVISING                               stresses wearing of eye protection. Can be
      TO PREVENT AND MANAGE BACK                                   viewed in its entirety or easily shown in
      INJURIES                                                     parts. - International Film Bureau.
      (1/2" VHS 16 min. Color 1988
      1 videocassette)                                       V46   MACHINE HAZARD AWARENESS
      Program illustrates through examples and                     (1/2" VHS 18 min. Color 1985
      guidelines the role supervisors play in any                  1 videocassette Leader's guide)
      back injury prevention program. This                         Aimed at teaching the viewer to be aware of
      includes educating employees about back                      machine hazards, to learn how to find
      care, observing for proper body mechanics,                   hazards in a workplace, and to know if
      providing good working conditions,                           machine guards are in use and protecting
      encouraging teamwork or use of mechanical                    people properly. Divided into four sections -
      devices, requiring safety clothing and                       Part 1: Summarizes the various machine
      equipment, designing jobs and tasks for                      hazards, Part 2: Mechanical hazards
      back safety, and returning injured                           section demonstrates the basic motions -
      employees to work. - Comprehensive Loss                      rotating, reciprocating, and transverse - and
      Management Inc.                                              the types of hazards associated with each,
                                                                   Part 3: Guarding techniques discusses
V44   PUTTING YOUR BEST FOOT FORWARD                               types and adequacy of guards, Part 4:
      (1/2" VHS 16 min. Color 1988                                 Looks at guarding qualities. Are the guards
      1 videocassette)                                             safe? Could they fail? Are they tamper-
      This program centers on preventing slips,                    proof? Are there adequate warning signs?
      trips and falls in the outside parking lot and               Maintenance and inspection of machines
      sidewalk, in the office, and in the warehouse                and guards are stressed. - International Film
      and loading dock. In each of the above-                      Bureau.
      mentioned areas common hazardous
      situations are illustrated followed by specific        V47   LEAD
      preventive measures that should be taken                     (1/2" VHS 10 min. Color 1984
      to avoid accidents. The importance of                        1 videocassette)
      mental awareness, using common sense,                        Designed to inform employees of the
      not rushing and of making safety a                           potential harmful effects of working with
      collective effort is stressed throughout this                lead. This program discusses the health
      video. - Walt Disney Educational                             effects of lead exposure and the
      Media/Coronet-MTI Film and Video.                            occupational safety and health requirements
                                                                   and precautions of the DOSH Lead
V45   HEALTH MATTERS AT WORK                                       Standard, including exposure limits,
      (1/2" VHS 40 min. Color 1986                                 engineering controls, work practice controls,
      1 videocassette Leader's guide Participant                   administrative controls, and medical
      guide)                                                       surveillance. - 3M/Industrial Training
      Divided into six parts, this program teaches                 Systems.
      employees who work with or near toxic
      chemicals and hazards such as dusts,
V48   JUST THAT ONE TIME                                    V52   FORKLIFT SAFETY: PART 4 - BATTERY
      (1/2" VHS 15 min. Color 1988                                CHANGING/REFUELING
      1 videocassette)                                            (1/2" VHS 8 min. Color 1988
      Emphasizes the importance of having a                       1 videocassette)
      good safety attitude at all times to insure                 Provides step-by-step procedures for
      good safety behavior. Story is about a                      refueling with gas or diesel, changing liquid
      worker, who soon after receiving a safety                   propane tanks, and changing or charging
      award, is involved in an accident. Gives an                 batteries. - Summit Training Source.
      explanation of why some people with
      excellent safety records have an accident             V53   SAFETY ON THE JOB: ACCIDENT
      just that one time. - Parker Productions.                   CAUSES & PREVENTION
                                                                  (1/2" VHS 16 min. Color 1984
V49   ME AND MY BACK                                              1 videocassette)
      (1/2" VHS 19 min. Color 1988                                Explores five important causes, which
      1 videocassette)                                            contribute to accidents in the workplace,
      Briefly explains the anatomy of the spine,                  i.e., stress, negligence, recklessness,
      the possible injuries to it and how to                      overexertion, and fatigue. Through
      calculate the amount of pressure put on the                 narrative and dramatic illustrations, viewers
      lower back while standing and lifting.                      see that these accidents can often be
      Shows proper lifting techniques and ways of                 prevented when workers watch out for one
      avoiding back problems when lifting, sitting,               another. Among the things to look for -- in
      standing, pushing and pulling. Emphasizes                   others as well as in themselves -- are: lack
      the importance of good posture and                          of attention and concentration, tenseness,
      exercises. Shows some of the causes of                      irritability, conflict with fellow workers, and
      swayed back and mentions what to do when                    health problems. Program notes that
      leaning over, to take pressure off your neck,               employee assistance programs may be
      when sitting for long periods, and when                     available to help overcome risk-producing
      working in awkward positions for                            problems and urges open communication
      uncomfortable lengths of time. - Industrial                 between workers and managers. - AIMS
      Training Systems.                                           Media.

V50   FORKLIFT SAFETY: PART 1 -                             V54   HAZARD COMMUNICATION: LEARNING
      OPERATIONS                                                  THE SYSTEM
      (1/2" VHS 11 min. Color 1988                                (1/2" VHS 17 min. Color 1986
      1 videocassette)                                            1 videocassette Compliance manual
      Discusses the basic operating principles of                 Employee handbook)
      a forklift including weight capacity and load               Presents an overview of the hazard
      balance. The program identifies common                      communication system in which the
      features and controls found on different                    supplier, the employer and the employee
      models of forklifts, and demonstrates a                     each play a role with particular
      detailed pre-operation safety inspection. -                 responsibilities. Explains the employer's
      Summit Training Source.                                     responsibilities, but stresses the employee's
                                                                  role in making the system work (e.g., read
V51   FORKLIFT SAFETY: PART 3 - DRIVING                           labels and MSDS, follow safety procedures,
      SKILLS                                                      know the hazards and how to control them,
      (1/2" VHS 13 min. Color 1988                                pay attention to training, and know when
      1 videocassette)                                            emergency procedures are needed).
      This module demonstrates the principles of                  Discusses how to determine which
      the stability triangle, and step-by-step                    chemicals are hazardous, the labeling
      procedures on how to pick up, drive with                    system, using a material safety data sheet,
      and set a load. The program also teaches                    understanding the physical and health
      the techniques and skills required for driving              hazards of chemicals, and using personal
      on different surfaces including wet, rough                  protective equipment. - CLMI/International
      and inclined, and loading and unloading                     Film Bureau.
      public carriers such as truck trailers and
      railroad cars. - Summit Training Source

V55   WITH SAFETY EVERYBODY WINS                                decibel noise on the human ear are
      (1/2" VHS 18 min. Color 1988                              discussed, including symptoms that may
      1 videocassette)                                          result from noise-induced hearing loss.
      This program stresses teamwork to                         Also covers the features and benefits of
      motivate employees to follow safety                       various types of hearing protectors and their
      procedures, policies and rules. Covers the                proper use and maintenance. - AIMS Media.
      following parts of a safety and health
      program: employee evaluation and training,          V59   SAFETY GEAR: FOOT PROTECTION
      rules and procedures, health and safety                   (1/2" VHS 11 min. Color 1989
      control measures, protective devices, safety              1 videocassette)
      inspections and emergency and accident                    Film, hosted by actor Martin Kove (star of
      procedures. - Industrial Training Systems.                TV's Cagney & Lacey), details the most
                                                                common hazards that can cause foot
V56   REWARDS AND CONSEQUENCES:                                 injuries and various methods to reduce the
      SUPERVISING SAFETY BY POSITIVE                            chance of injuries. Emphasis is placed on
      RECOGNITION                                               wearing protective footwear, with a review
      (1/2" VHS 24 min. Color 1989                              of the features and benefits of many types
      1 videocassette)                                          of safety shoes, including explanations of
      Designed to inform supervisors about the                  the functions of toe shields, metatarsal
      importance of praise, reward and good                     guards and puncture-resistant soles.
      communication with their employees in                     Program reinforces that in each case the
      influencing safe behavior on the job. The                 proper safety shoes should be chosen
      program discusses why people take risks,                  according to the hazards that the wearer is
      how understanding that human behavior is                  likely to encounter. - AIMS Media.
      comprised of an activator, a behavior and a
      consequence generator and the role of               V60   SERVICING SINGLE-PIECE AND MULTI-
      consequences, both positive and negative.                 PIECE RIM WHEELS
      Also covered is the effective use of rewards              (1/2" VHS 53 min. Color 198?
      and compliments, ways to improve                          1 videocassette)
      communication, the supervisor as a role                   Contains three programs: 1) The Proper
      model and the team approach to safety. -                  Use of the Messenger Device (5 min.), 2)
      Industrial Training Systems.                              Servicing Single-Piece Rim Wheels (20
                                                                min.), and 3) Servicing Multi-Piece Rim
V57   HAZARD COMMUNICATION: A                                   Wheels Safely (28 min.). The first program
      HEALTHY RESPONSIBILITY                                    demonstrates the use of a restraining
      (1/2" VHS 16 min. Color 1989                              device developed by General Tire to use
      1 videocassette)                                          with their 1-ton and 3/4-ton service trucks
      Explains the rights and responsibilities of               for changing single-piece and multi-piece
      the employee in the hazard communication                  rim wheels. The second part presents
      program. Elaborates, using specific                       hazards of servicing single-piece rim wheels
      examples of chemicals and giving practical                and how to avoid them. Covers the
      suggestions to strive toward a workable                   requirements of the OSHA regulations on
      hazard communication program, on the five                 the proper procedures for demounting,
      components of the program --- identification              cleaning, inspecting, mounting, restraining
      of chemical hazards, product warning                      and inflating these wheels. The final
      labels, material safety data sheets, written              program presents basic rules and
      hazard communication program, and                         procedures for servicing multi-piece rim
      employee training. Excellent introduction. -              wheels and proper servicing procedures for
      Coastal Video Communications.                             continuous base/split side ring wheels. -
                                                                General Tire and Rubbers Co./HECO.
      (1/2" VHS 12 min. Color 1989                        V61   ELECTRICAL SAFETY I: ELECTRICAL
      1 videocassette)                                          PRINCIPLES
      Film, hosted by actor Martin Kove (star of                (1/2" VHS 14 min. Color 1988
      TV's Cagney & Lacey), begins with an                      1 videocassette)
      explanation of the physiology of the ear and              This program covers the principles of
      the hearing process. The effects of high-                 electricity (e.g., electrical circuits and
      grounding) in order to help the employee                    Gives a quick reference guide to the Hazard
      better understand electrical safety. - Coastal              Communication requirements. It's designed
      Video Communications.                                       to be an introduction to these requirements,
                                                                  labeling and material safety data sheets. -
V62   WHOSE JOB IS IT ANYWAY?                                     Safety Shorts.
      (1/2" VHS 12 min. Color 1989
      1 videocassette)                                      V65   SAFETY MEETING SERIES III
      A superintendent on a construction site                     (1/2" VHS 25 min. Color 1988
      overlooks the poor housekeeping around                      1 videocassette)
      him as he does a walk-through until an                      Includes three quick-running videos: 1)
      accident occurs. He then reviews with the                   Electrical Safety: Don't Put Your Life on the
      foreman the regulations agreed on when                      Line (9 min.) Shows workers in hazardous
      they started the job: 1) Have clear access                  situations and how accidents could have
      to the site; 2) Use designated storage areas                been prevented. Tells viewers to check
      indicated in the drawings; any changes                      equipment for defects, use equipment
      should be checked and approved; 3)                          safely, stay alert to signs of trouble,
      Maintain a clean site; foremen are                          disconnect plugs correctly, not to wear
      responsible for cleanup of areas where they                 jewelry, know capacity of equipment you
      are working. In addition, he imposes a new                  use, and report problems immediately. 2)
      rule; 4) When a trade moves out of an area,                 Skin Protection: Hazards in the Workplace
      workers must take their garbage with them                   (7 mins.) Emphasizes wearing of protective
      or clean it up --- or face the penalty of                   equipment to minimize exposure and
      paying others on the job to clean up the                    keeping the work station as clean as
      area. - International Film Bureau.                          possible. 3) Don't Horse Around on the Job
                                                                  (9 min.) Stresses leaving fun and games on
V63   LET'S PRETEND: THE CASE FOR EYE                             the playing field, considering the
      SAFETY                                                      consequences, and telling co-workers to
      (1/2" VHS 24 min. Color 1983                                stop horseplay and practical jokes which
      1 videocassette)                                            can affect their own and fellow worker's
      Narrated by Tom Sullivan, a prominent                       safety or reporting such behavior to the
      national spokesman for the blind, this                      supervisor. - Bureau of Business
      program tries to convince workers of the                    Practice/Coronet -MTI Film & Video.
      importance of wearing eye protection.
      Comparing his experiences of being born               V66   SAFETY ON THE JOB: WORKING WITH
      blind with those of a worker blinded as a                   ELECTRICITY
      result of an industrial accident, he tries to               (1/2" VHS 16 min. Color 1989
      demonstrate the devastating impact on a                     1 videocassette)
      newly blinded person. For five minutes, the                 Covers the hazards associated with using
      audience is asked to put on blindfolds (the                 electricity on the job, e.g., insufficient wire
      kit which contains the blindfold, toothpaste,               insulation, faulty breakers, dirty casings,
      toothbrush, 2 shoe laces, page of Braille, 3                overloaded outlets, and work with power
      squares of cloth, and comb is not included                  tools around water. Emphasizes the
      with this video) and directed to perform                    importance of knowing standard procedures
      several everyday chores. Tom describes                      for handling common electrical problems.
      some of the common industrial jobs where                    Employees will learn that it's not enough to
      eye-threatening accidents occur and                         rely on the safety features built into the
      describes appropriate protection                            equipment they use. Learning to work
      procedures. Some areas covered are                          safely with electricity is stressed as being
      chemical burns, welding accidents, drill bit                every employee's responsibility. - AIMS
      and grinding wheel failures, and                            Media.
      compressed air explosion. - Bureau of
      Business Practice/Coronet-MTI Film and                V67   SAFETY GEAR: RESPIRATORS
      Video.                                                      (1/2" VHS 13 min. Color 1989
                                                                  1 videocassette)
V64   HAZ-COM: AN OVERVIEW                                        Film examines the respiratory hazards that
      (1/2" VHS 5 min. Color 1989                                 can exist within a work environment and the
      1 videocassette)                                            protective gear that may be used to protect
      the worker against them. Covers the two                     and supervisors to recognize and rectify
      basic types of respiratory protection: air-                 dangerous situations. Emphasizes the
      purifying and air-supplying, their proper                   need for new and experienced operators to
      selection and effective maintenance. - AIMS                 recognize danger, be good defensive
      Media.                                                      drivers, be alert, be prepared for the day
                                                                  ahead, be well-rested and combine good
V68   LOCKOUT/TAGOUT                                              attitudes with solid familiarity with their
      (1/2" VHS 27 min. Color 1989                                machines. - Barr Films.
      1 videocassette 1 handbook)
      The first part of the program covers some             V71   SLIPPIN' AND TRIPPIN'
      basic concepts to help you understand the                   (1/2" VHS 5 min. Color 1989
      OSHA standard on lockout/tagout, the                        1 videocassette)
      hazards of uncontrolled energy and the                      Spilled oil, leaky containers, dropped tools,
      importance of lockout/tagout. Goes over                     torn carpeting, and loose wires all contribute
      the four E's of safety: energy, engineering,                to a hazardous workplace. This program
      education and enforcement, which form the                   illustrates ways to prevent hazardous
      foundation for understanding lockout/tagout.                situations and encourages workers to do
      The second part gives more specifics to                     their part to keep work areas clean and free
      control hazardous energy and more details                   of debris. - Safety Shorts.
      on the six-step procedures in the OSHA
      regulations. This information is provided to          V72   PERSONAL WORKSPACE
      the worker to help him/her to perform                       (1/2" VHS 4 min. Color 1988
      service and maintenance work on industrial                  1 videocassette)
      equipment safely. - Coastal Video                           Reviews good personal workspace
      Communications.                                             housekeeping habits in an office setting.
                                                                  Some points covered include type and
V69   BACK AT HOME                                                arrangement of furniture, storage, file
      (1/2" VHS 20 min. Color 1987                                cabinets, and overloaded electrical outlets. -
      1 videocassette)                                            Safety Shorts.
      Demonstrates how to apply proper lifting
      techniques to a variety of common off-the-            V73   WHERE ARE YOUR HANDS
      job tasks. The principles to prevent low                    (1/2" VHS 4 min. Color 1988
      back pain illustrated include: keep it close,               1 videocassette)
      keep your upper body erect, lift smoothly                   Hand injuries frequently occur because
      without jerking and don't lift and twist. Also              workers have their eyes and attention
      shown are the correct lifts from which one                  focused on a work task without remaining
      can choose: squat lift, semi-stoop lift and                 aware of where their hands are resting.
      balanced one-hand lift. Though the                          This program reminds workers to ask
      situations of improper and proper lifting                   themselves, "Where are my hands?" -
      shown are for off-the-job tasks, the                        Safety Shorts.
      principles apply on-the-job as well. -
      Visucom Productions.                                  V74   BATTLING FATIGUE
                                                                  (1/2" VHS 5 min. Color 1989
V70   COLOR OF SAFETY                                             1 videocassette)
      (1/2" VHS 26 min. Color 1987                                This video covers the possible results of
      1 videocassette Leader's guide)                             fatigue on the job (e.g., tend to make more
      Actor William Shatner, in an interview style,               mistakes, be more forgetful, waste time and
      questions experienced lift truck operators on               energy, show less good judgment, make us
      the safe methods of operations, what can                    short-tempered, and react more strongly). It
      happen if operating rules are not followed,                 also mentions the "witching" hours (times
      and what to do in the event of a tip-over.                  when energy is low and attention is not as
      Covers lift truck safety procedures, such as                high) and easy steps to overcoming fatigue
      pre-use safety check, mounting and                          in the workplace. - Safety Shorts.
      dismounting from lift trucks, parking,
      evaluating individual loads for their safety,         V75   GOOD DRIVING IS AN ATTITUDE
      knowing the limitations of a particular lift                (1/2" VHS 5 min. Color 1988
      truck, and the responsibility of all operators              1 videocassette)
      The attitude of the driver is one of the most              safeguard their health. Areas covered
      important aspects of safe driving. This                    include routes of entry, the effects of toxic
      video is designed to show why each driver                  substances (local, remote, immediate, and
      should consider their mental state before                  delayed effects), types of toxic health
      getting behind the wheel. - Safety Shorts.                 hazards (e.g., corrosives, sensitizers,
                                                                 neurotoxins, carcinogens), and guidelines
V76   THE RIGHT MOVES: ERGONOMICS IN                             for minimizing exposure to hazardous
      THE WORKPLACE                                              substances. - Industrial Training Systems.
      (1/2" VHS 18 min. Color 1989
      1 videocassette)                                     V80   BASIC ERGONOMICS
      Emphasizing a team approach to controlling                 (1/2" VHS 5 min. Color 1989
      hazards, this program identifies the most                  1 videocassette)
      common causes of ergonomic, including                      A brief introduction to ergonomics, the study
      cumulative trauma, disorders, and examines                 of man's relationship with his working
      the body parts affected by constant                        environment. Ergonomics can help to
      repetition and other ergonomic stressors.                  maximize the worker's safety, efficiency and
      Using examples of typical disorders and                    performance reliability. - Safety Shorts.
      their solutions, the video discusses
      ergonomics and helps managers and                    V81   FIGHTING THE STRAIN--ERGONOMICS
      supervisors apply corrective measures that                 (1/2" VHS 5 min. Color 1989
      will reduce the incidence of these problems                1 videocassette)
      in the workplace. - Industrial Training                    An introduction to ergonomics and a
      Systems.                                                   demonstration of how simple awareness of
                                                                 need can lead to some solutions to the
V77   A FOOT CLOSER TO SAFETY                                    physical strain of repetitious movements or
      (1/2" VHS 5 min. Color 1989                                extended periods of body positioning
      1 videocassette)                                           required by many tasks in the workplace. -
      Covers the necessity for wearing proper foot               Safety Shorts.
      protection. It highlights the basic types of
      safety shoes and the situations to use each          V82   HOUSEKEEPING--GENERAL
      design. - Safety Shorts.                                   WORKSPACE
                                                                 (1/2" VHS 5 min. Color 1989
V78   SHAKE HANDS WITH DANGER                                    1 videocassette)
      (1/2" VHS 23 min. Color 1981                               Covers the need to keep our workspace
      1 videocassette)                                           clean and organized. Proper housekeeping,
      Shows by realistic accidents some of the                   achieved by teamwork, is one of the first
      hazards of working on earthmoving                          steps in maintaining efficient and safe
      machinery, e.g., lack of proper instruction                working conditions. - Safety Shorts.
      on operating equipment, mental dangers
      such as ego and personal problems, not               V83   GROUNDS FOR CONCERN
      using the right tool, and the use of gasoline              (1/2" VHS 22 min. Color 1984
      for cleaning. States that it is not lack of                1 videocassette)
      familiarity with a job that causes accidents,              This film about constructing trenches and
      but the routine that causes many                           working in them safely deals particularly
      accidents. - Caterpillar Tractor Co.                       with sewers and water mains. Before the
                                                                 fieldwork can begin, the supervisor must
V79   WHAT EVERYBODY SHOULD KNOW                                 plan for any hazards, which might occur:
      ABOUT TOXICOLOGY                                           water level, small trees, utility lines, soil
      (1/2" VHS 18 min. Color 1990                               conditions, etc. Also mentions the need for
      1 videocassette Leader's guide)                            sloping, sheathing and shoring for trenches
      Designed to familiarize employees with the                 over four feet, good housekeeping, and
      basic concepts of toxicology that will aid                 being aware of moving machinery and traffic
      them in evaluating and understanding                       around the trench. - International Film
      potential health hazards. This knowledge                   Bureau.
      will help them to understand the information
      on product labels and MSDS, and to take
      the necessary precautionary steps to
V84   CUMULATIVE TRAUMA: REDUCING                                Some important elements that should be
      THE RISK. PART 1 - UNDERSTANDING                           included are communication with the
      CUMULATIVE TRAUMA                                          employee, utilizing a proactive approach in
      (1/2" VHS 16 min. Color 1989                               helping with the employee's rehabilitation,
      1 videocassette)                                           and the use of resources, such as the
      Aimed at both workers and supervisors, this                occupational health nurse, doctor,
      program covers what cumulative trauma is,                  ergonomic consultant, and physical or
      explaining two common types, tendinitis and                occupational therapist. Using available
      nerve compression, and what causes them.                   resources and asking questions will help in
      Three factors that contribute to cumulative                planning a strategy for each employee and
      trauma are addressed: repetitive motion,                   situation -- e.g., deciding how to change the
      awkward positions and postures, and                        work environment to prevent re-injury,
      excessive force. Finally, this program offers              establishing an exercise program, and
      suggestions as to what employers and                       providing means to gradually get the injured
      workers, working together, can do to                       worker back on the job. - CLMI/Summit
      prevent and correct cumulative trauma                      Training Source.
      disorders, e.g., use neutral (body in natural
      position without stress) position of body,           V87   OFFICE SAFETY
      work with arms below shoulder height, work                 (1/2" VHS 19 min. Color 1990
      in the swing space ahead of the torso,                     1 videocassette)
      minimize force, reduce stress of repetitive                Can be used to teach supervisors,
      motions, and exercise to promote flexibility               managers and other employees about the
      and relieve stress. - CLMI/Summit Training                 potential hazards in the office, e.g., slips
      Source.                                                    and falls, storage and filing cabinets,
                                                                 electrical, lifting and carrying,
V85   CUMULATIVE TRAUMA: REDUCING                                housekeeping, fire and video display
      THE RISK. PART 2 - STRATEGIES TO                           terminals. Also emphasizes the importance
      PREVENT CUMULATIVE TRAUMA                                  of promoting safety awareness. Some
      (1/2" VHS 16 min. Color 1989                               suggestions as to how this can be done are
      1 videocassette)                                           given, e.g., placing safety posters in key
      For key personnel or supervisors, this                     locations, holding informal safety
      program presents strategies to prevent                     workshops, making periodical safety
      cumulative trauma disorders: 1) think about                checks, identifying someone as the safety
      the factors that cause cumulative trauma                   officer, and maintaining a well-equipped first
      (repetition, awkward position and posture,                 aid kit. - Barr Films.
      excessive force, direct pressure, cold and
      vibration) and 2) find ways to counteract            V88   POWER TO CHANGE: SUPERVISOR
      these factors by analyzing and neutralizing.               MODULE
      Analyzing includes looking closely at what                 (1/2" VHS 20 min. Color 1990
      each worker does, how he does it and                       1 videocassette Facilitator guide)
      communication with employees. To                           Attempts to train supervisors to effectively
      neutralize working with the body in a natural              observe their work environment for unsafe
      position without stress involves three areas:              behaviors and conditions, use techniques
      workstation and tool design, body                          for correcting unsafe conditions and
      mechanics and administrative practices. -                  changing unsafe behavior and follow-up in
      CLMI/Summit Training Source.                               maintaining an accident-free environment.
                                                                 Also stresses the importance of developing
V86   CUMULATIVE TRAUMA: REDUCING                                a positive attitude in one's employees, self-
      THE RISK. PART 3 - MANAGING                                inspection and resultant corrective actions,
      CUMULATIVE TRAUMA                                          and interpersonal communication. - Summit
      (1/2" VHS 16 min. Color 1990                               Training Source.
      1 videocassette)
      Since early detection is the key to                  V89   POWER TO CHANGE: EMPLOYEE
      successful treatment, it is important to look              MODULE
      at the workplace ergonomically. To manage                  (1/2" VHS 12 min. Color 1990
      cumulative trauma injuries, a case                         1 videocassette Employee workbook)
      management plan should be implemented.
      Impresses on viewers that it's each person's               managers through a step-by-step
      decision to work safely to prevent accidents.              investigation of the office and suggests
      Covers the factors (e.g., reaction of peers                solutions. - Environmental and Occupational
      and supervisors, emotional reactions, past                 Health Sciences Institute.
      history and previous experience) that enter
      one's decision-making process. Involves              V95   HOW TO CONDUCT A SAFETY
      workers in five familiar scenarios and asks                MEETING: A PART OF YOUR JOB
      what they would do to prevent accidents. -                 (1/2" VHS 15 min. Color 1990
      Summit Training Source.                                    1 videocassette)
                                                                 Covers planning, organizing, scheduling
V90   LADDER SAFETY                                              and staging meetings; reviewing visual aids;
      (1/2" VHS 6 min. Color 1989                                notifying personnel; identifying and solving
      1 videocassette)                                           many of the problems that may arise during
      Explains the dangers and demonstrates the                  a meeting; and conducting various types of
      safe use of various types of ladders and                   meetings from on-site or tailgate to larger,
      portable steps. - Safety Shorts.                           more formal meetings. - Industrial Training
      (1/2" VHS 5 min. Color 1989                          V96   DRIVE TO BE THE BEST
      1 videocassette)                                           (1/2" VHS 18 min. Color 1990
      This program dramatically encourages                       1 videocassette Leader's guide)
      industrial employees to wear eye protection                Aimed to provide employees, who operate
      while on the job, and graphically depicts the              motor vehicles on public highways and
      types of injuries that can be expected when                private facilities as part of their work
      simple safety measures are ignored. -                      assignments, with vital information on how
      Safety Shorts.                                             to avoid dangerous driving situations and
                                                                 prevent accidents. Explains the importance
V92   VOLTON                                                     of attitude and behavior in preventing
      (1/2" VHS 22 min. Color 1990                               accidents, space management, and the "tire
      1 videocassette)                                           concept". Also, instructs the drivers on
      Emphasizes that electricity always seeks a                 techniques to identify, predict, tolerate, and
      path to ground and gives examples of ways                  separate from other vehicles and situations
      to avoid becoming a part of that path (e.g.,               which could lead to accidents, and identifies
      tree trimming, working around underground                  the parts of vehicles which should be
      utility lines, entering high voltage areas,                covered in routine maintenance and pre-
      adjusting TV antennas, getting things down                 drive checks. - Industrial Training Systems.
      from power lines, and vehicle accidents
      involving power lines.) Can be shown to              V97   HEAT STRESS
      elementary through secondary school                        (1/2" VHS 11 min. Color 1988
      students and to adults. - Edison Electric                  1 videocassette)
      Institute/Hawaiian Electric Co.                            Covers the effects of heat stress and
                                                                 preventive measures to reduce the
V93   TRENCHING & SHORING                                        probability of heat disorders such as heat
      (1/2" VHS 18 min. Color 1990                               cramps, heat exhaustion, and heat stroke.
      1 videocassette)                                           Aims to help workers recognize the
      Program alerts workers to the dangers of                   symptoms of major heat disorders, and to
      unshored trenches and excavations, and                     administer proper first aid should one of
      demonstrates how to properly use sheeting,                 their co-workers be stricken. Also
      shoring, stringers, and repose cuts. -                     addresses the issues of electrolyte
      Coastal Video Communications.                              supplements and salt tablets. - Summit
                                                                 Training Source.
      (1/2" VHS 25 min. Color 1990                               TO COMPLIANCE
      1 videocassette Guide)                                     (1/2" VHS 16 min. Color 1988
      Covers the common symptoms caused by                       1 videocassette)
      poor air quality, guides office workers and
       Presents to supervisors a step-by-step plan        V103 FIRE! IN THE WORKPLACE
       to keep their hazard communication                      (1/2" VHS 17 min. Color 1989
       program in compliance with the latest OSHA              1 videocassette)
       regulations. This plan includes selecting a             Shot in both manufacturing and office
       hazard communication coordinator, doing                 environments, this program covers the
       an inventory of hazardous chemicals,                    recognition of potential hazards, classes of
       fulfilling the labeling and MSDS                        fires, working with flammable materials,
       requirements, providing employee training               proper housekeeping, extinguishing small
       and developing a written compliance plan. -             fires, knowing when not to fight a fire, fire
       Aurora Pictures.                                        drills and the importance of an emergency
                                                               plan. - Coastal Video Communications.
       (1/2" VHS 17 min. Color 1989                       V104 CONFINED SPACE ENTRY
       1 videocassette)                                        (1/2" VHS 20 min. Color 1990
       For employee training in hazard                         1 videocassette Leader & Participant Guide)
       communication. Examples of incorrect and                This program includes the following topics:
       correct chemical safety procedures are re-              what a confined space is, the associated
       enacted in a wide variety of work settings.             hazards, proper entry procedures, attendant
       Terms commonly found on labels and                      responsibilities and emergency rescue
       materials safety data sheets are explained              procedures. - Summit Training Source.
       with demonstrations. - Aurora Pictures.
                                                          V105 SAFETY INSPECTIONS
V100 OSHA AT WORK                                              (1/2" VHS 10 min. Color 1990
     (1/2" VHS 22 min. Color 1990                              1 videocassette Leaders's guide)
     1 videocassette)                                          For first-line supervisors, this program
     Covers the origins of OSHA and its two                    illustrates the importance of safety
     major functions, standards setting and the                inspections in a safety management
     enforcement of standards through                          program, which includes the recognition,
     workplace inspection procedures. Includes                 understanding and control of potential
     briefly other OSHA programs that aim to                   hazards. Describes three kinds of
     promote worker protection through a safe                  inspections: continuous (daily); formal,
     and healthful workplace, e.g., consultations,             planned in-house; and formal, planned
     voluntary protection programs, New                        outside inspections. - National Safety
     Directions funding grants, and OSHA                       Council.
     Training Institute. - West End Video
     Productions/OSHA.                                    V106 UNDERGROUND SAFETY: TUNNELING
V101 SAFE AND HEALTHFUL WORKING                                (1/2" VHS 12 min. Color 1990
     CONDITIONS                                                1 videocassette)
     (1/2" VHS 23 min. Color 1991                              Provides a basic introduction to the hazards
     1 videocassette)                                          of tunneling construction and was
     A video produced in Hawaii showing how a                  developed to be used as a tool box safety
     DOSH (Division of Occupational Safety and                 talk. The following topics are briefly
     Health) compliance inspection is conducted                covered: air monitoring, ventilation,
     in an industrial workplace and at a                       emergency procedures, working around
     construction site. - McHale Videofilm, Inc.               mechanical equipment and personal
                                                               protection. - Underground Contractors
V102 A CUSTODIAN'S GUIDE TO ON-THE-JOB                         Association.
     (1/2" VHS 25 min. Color 1991                         V107 ELECTRICAL SAFETY: SAFE WORK
     1 videocassette Reference guide)                          PRACTICES
     Covers the following areas of safety                      (1/2" VHS 12 min. Color 1991
     concerns for custodians: Lifting and                      1 videocassette Facilitator guide Employee
     carrying, ladder safety, using chemicals,                 workbook)
     slips and trips, power and hand tools, and                The most effective way to avoid accidental
     asbestos. - The Idea Bank.                                contact with electricity is to de-energize the
                                                               system you are working on or maintain a
       safe distance from energized parts. These                   first-aid tips. - Coastal Video
       and other safe work practices are included,                 Communications.
       e.g., use of personal protective equipment,
       proper equipment and tool selection and              V112 CONTRACTOR SAFETY: GENERAL
       use, correct guarding procedures and                      REQUIREMENTS
       grounding. - Summit Training Source.                      (1/2" VHS 19 min. Color 1991
                                                                 1 videocassette)
V108 B-A-C-K: POSTURE, MECHANICS,                                Briefly goes over the host and contractor
     EXERCISE                                                    responsibilities for training. This video will
     (1/2" VHS 19 min. Color 1990                                help to train workers on falls, housekeeping,
     1 videocassette Handbook)                                   fire and welding safety, personal protective
     Covers the following topics: how the back                   equipment, and on specific work situations,
     works, lifting safely, shoveling, posture,                  e.g., confined space, trenching and shoring,
     exercise, physical fitness. - Coastal Video                 lockout/tagout, hotwork, chemical process
     Communications.                                             safety, and working with hazardous
                                                                 materials. - Coastal Video Communications.
     (1/2" VHS 23 min. Color 1990                           V113 KITCHEN SANITATION: IN YOUR
     1 videocassette)                                            HANDS
     This program is specially designed for new                  (1/2" VHS 14 min. Color 1989
     employee orientation or as a general safety                 1 videocassette Study guide)
     refresher. Areas include slips, trips, & falls,             Some key points include the importance of
     lifting, forklifts/pallet jacks/drum handling,              personal hygiene, the avoidance of cross-
     fire safety, handling hazardous materials,                  contamination, correct procedures for
     eye and hand protection, personal                           cleaning and sanitizing equipment, utensils
     protective equipment, emergency                             and work surfaces, proper use of the three
     exposure. - Coastal Video Communications.                   tub sink for sanitation, and following
                                                                 directions on sanitation chemicals. -
V110 HOISTS, WINCHES, AND RELATED                                Encyclopedia Britannica.
     (1/2" VHS 20 min. Color 1984                           V114 KITCHEN SANITATION: FIGHTING
     1 videocassette Instructor's Notes)                         FOODBORNE ILLNESS
     Covered are chain hoists, come-alongs,                      (1/2" VHS 20 min. Color 1989
     grip-action hoists, electric wire-rope and                  1 videocassette Study guide)
     chain hoists, overhead cranes (pendant and                  Covers information on harmful bacteria,
     cab-operated) and base-mounted winches.                     food protection rules for receiving, rules for
     Anchorage points, vertical lifts or horizontal              storage, preparation, cooling down and
     pulls, type and care of rope or chain, safety               reheating, proper refrigeration, and steam
     devices such as limit switches, rail stops,                 tables and ice during holding prior to
     and overload protectors are explained and                   service. - Encyclopedia Britannica.
     shown. Special safety precautions include
     using the proper hoist for the job, inspecting         V115 KITCHEN SAFETY: PREVENTING
     the hoist, correct rigging procedures, and                  MACHINE INJURIES
     keeping personnel clear of the area. -                      (1/2" VHS 12 min. Color 1989
     International Film Bureau.                                  1 videocassette Study guide)
                                                                 The following key points are covered: make
V111 HAND SAFETY                                                 sure machines are assembled correctly,
     (1/2" VHS 15 min. Color 1988                                never bypass safety guards, never leave a
     1 videocassette Handbook)                                   guard unattended, never fix or modify a
     This program uses live-action video along                   machine without permission, make sure the
     with interviews of actual victims to point out              switch is off before plugging in any machine
     the dangers of using equipment without due                  and operate machines only when you have
     caution. Shows the most common danger                       been trained to do so. - Encyclopedia
     spots on machinery, the causes of hand                      Britannica.
     injuries, explains how to properly use hand
     tools, when to wear gloves and outlines                V116 KITCHEN SAFETY: PREVENTING FALLS
                                                                 (1/2" VHS 13 min. Color 1989
       1 videocassette Study guide)                          V121 RIGGING EQUIPMENT: INSPECTING
       Some key points covered include: if you                    FOR SAFETY
       drop something, pick it up; if you spill                   (1/2" VHS 15 min. Color 1989
       something, wipe it up; if you see other                    1 videocassette Employee guide
       hazards, report them; protect others from                  Final review test)
       grease spots while mopping; correct                        Emphasizes the importance of regular and
       procedures while using stairways and                       thorough inspection of rigging equipment.
       ladders; and first aid cautions in falling                 Knowing the necessary level of everyday
       accidents. - Encyclopedia Britannica.                      inspection detail and documentation will
                                                                  reinforce the importance of being sure
V117 KITCHEN SAFETY: PREVENTING CUTS                              rigging equipment is in good condition. -
     (1/2" VHS 15 min. Color 1989                                 Tel-A-train.
     1 videocassette Study guide)
     Covers the proper selection, use, handling,             V122 SAFE RIGGING
     storage and care of knives, the importance                   (1/2" VHS 20 min. Color 1989
     of thinking of the safety of others as well as               1 videocassette Employee guide
     yourself in accident prevention, the use of                  Final review test)
     cutting boards, and the discarding of broken                 This program explains the procedures
     glass properly. - Encyclopedia Britannica.                   involved in rigging for a safe lift. It
                                                                  emphasizes the importance of paying
V118 KITCHEN SAFETY: PREVENTING                                   attention to the rated capacity of all lifting
     BURNS                                                        equipment and explains variables (e.g., load
     (1/2" VHS 9 min. Color 1989                                  weight, load stability, etc.) that can make
     1 videocassette Study guide)                                 the difference between a successful lift and
     Key points covered include: wear safe,                       a disaster. - Tel-A-Train.
     approved clothing on the job, use proper
     hand protection, protect fellow workers by              V125 RESPIRATORY SAFETY: SUPPLIED AIR
     warning them when transporting hot items,                    (1/2" VHS 8 min. Color 1988
     keep pan handles from aisles, avoid                          1 videocassette Workbook)
     overfilling pots, lift lid of a boiling pot from             Trains employees on the proper use, care
     the back, away from your face, and know                      and storage of different classifications of
     how to use steam and frying equipment. -                     supplied-air respirators including emergency
     Encyclopedia Britannica.                                     response and escape. Also covers
                                                                  qualitative fit testing. - Summit Training
V119 KITCHEN SAFETY: PREVENTING FIRES                             Source, Inc.
     (1/2" VHS 11 min. Color 1989
     1 videocassette Study guide)                            V126 RESPIRATORY PROTECTION:
     This program makes the following points:                     PROGRAM ADMINISTRATION
     know and obey safety rules, spot and                         (1/2" VHS 9 min. Color 1988
     correct fire hazards, maintain good                          1 videocassette Workbook)
     housekeeping practices, and know your                        This part is aimed at the supervisor and/or
     responsibilities in fire emergencies. -                      administrator responsible for the respiratory
     Encyclopedia Britannica.                                     health of their workers. Discussed are key
                                                                  ingredients for a successful respirator
V120 SELECTION AND CARE OF RIGGING                                program, including inspections and
     EQUIPMENT                                                    recordkeeping. - Summit Training Source,
     (1/2" VHS 16 min. Color 1989                                 Inc.
     1 videocassette Employee guide Final
     review test)                                            V127 THE BAD BACK VIDEO
     This program introduces slings and                           (1/2" VHS 27 min. Color 1989?
     hardware commonly used for overhead                          1 videocassette)
     lifting in industrial situations. The program                By utilizing a 12 foot scale model of the
     covers characteristics of the equipment, and                 human spine, Leonard Ring demonstrates
     proper care and handling to protect the                      the anatomy and bio-mechanics of the
     equipment from damage. - Tel-A-Train.                        spine. He shows that the human spine is
                                                                  not a crane and back injuries are
                                                                  preventable, both at home and at work.
       Some ideas presented include the                           Includes the following areas: pre-operation
       importance of bending the knees,                           inspection, site evaluation, safe approach
       maintaining good posture, exercise and                     distance, stabilizing the vehicle, proper
       suggestions for better lifting practices. -                means of travel, and safe work practices on
       International Loss Control Institute.                      the platform. - Summit Training Source.

V128 CONSTRUCTION: NEW HIRE                                V133 SAFETY MEETING SERIES 9
     ORIENTATION                                                (1/2" VHS 21 min. Color 1989
     (1/2" VHS 9 min. Color 1991                                1 videocassette)
     1 videocassette Training guide)                            Includes two programs: 1) Seven Steps to
     This program is designed to orient all "new                Ladder Safety (12 min.) Covers the
     hires" to the jobsite and their responsibility             following steps: never use a substitute
     in accident prevention. Some of the areas                  instead of a ladder, know what kind of
     covered are: personal protective                           ladder to use, inspect the ladder, set up
     equipment, hazardous materials, fire                       ladder properly, climb ladder properly,
     extinguishers, housekeeping, electrical                    practice safe work habits and carry the
     safety, falls, and lifting. - Safety Training              ladder correctly. 2) Near Misses (9 min.)
     Systems.                                                   Near misses are warnings that something is
                                                                wrong and this program takes a look at
V129 CONSTRUCTION: TEMPORARY                                    several kinds of "near misses". Encourages
     STAIRWAYS AND LADDERS                                      employees to take action when near misses
     (1/2" VHS 7 min. Color 1991                                occur --- repair or remove hazards or report
     1 videocassette Training guide)                            them. - Cornet/MTI Film & Video.
     Briefly goes over temporary stairways.
     Using the proper ladder for each job, ladder          V134 HAZARD ALERT: HEARING
     inspection, and placing the ladder on level                CONSERVATION
     ground and at the proper slope are some of                 (1/2" VHS 5 min. Color 1990
     the rules discussed in this training                       1 videocassette)
     program. - Safety Training Systems.                        Explains how noise-induced hearing loss
                                                                occurs and how it can be prevented.
V130 CONSTRUCTION: BASIC ELECTRICAL                             Covers different types of personal protective
     SAFETY                                                     devices and the elements of a hearing
     (1/2" VHS 7 min. Color 1991                                conservation program. - Industrial Training
     1 videocassette Training guide)                            Systems.
     Explains numerous aspects of working with
     electricity including ground prongs,                  V135 FOOT SAFETY
     equipment inspection, temporary lighting                   (1/2" VHS 12 min. Color 1990
     and working in wet weather. - Safety                       1 videocassette)
     Training Systems.                                          The situations where safety footwear should
                                                                be worn, the different types of shoes and
V131 SAFETY GUIDELINES FOR TUBE &                               boots and the myths about the problems
     CLAMP/SYSTEM SCAFFOLDS                                     they cause are all examined. - SafetyCare.
     (1/2" VHS 20 min. Color 1991
     1 videocassette)                                      V136 ACCIDENT INVESTIGATION
     Covers basic safety guidelines for using,                  (1/2" VHS 12 min. Color 1991
     erecting and dismantling tube and                          1 videocassette)
     clamp/system scaffolds. Topics include                     The purpose of an accident investigation is
     general guidelines; foundations; bracing,                  to establish all the facts relating to an
     leveling and plumbing scaffolds; tying of                  accident or incident, to draw conclusions
     scaffolds; electrical hazards; access;                     from these facts and to make
     guardrail systems; clamps and other                        recommendations and instigate procedures
     scaffold components; and scaffold planks. -                to prevent recurrence. This program
     Scaffold Industry Association.                             addresses the accident, the accident
                                                                process, the accident investigation and
V132 AERIAL LIFT SAFETY                                         accident reporting. - SafetyCare.
     (1/2" VHS 14 min. Color 1991
     1 videocassette Workbook)
V137 RECOGNITION, EVALUATION AND                                  Includes hazard identification, exposure
     CONTROL OF HAZARDS                                           monitoring and PEL's, medical attention and
     (1/2" VHS 13 min. Color 1991                                 recordkeeping, overview of a chemical
     1 Videocassette)                                             hygiene plan, and emergency procedures. -
     The fundamental principle behind any                         Coastal Video Communications
     occupational health and safety program
     should be the control of hazards, which               V142 PERSONAL FALL PROTECTION:
     involves a 3-step process -- the recognition               HOOK UP!
     of hazards, evaluation of risks involved and               (1/2" VHS 18 min. Color 1991
     the adoption of strategies to control the                  1 videocassette)
     hazards (e.g., elimination, substitution,                  Covers the following areas: equipment
     administrative control, engineering control,               anchorage, tie-off and use; limiting free-fall
     role of personal protective equipment.)                    distance; body belts and harnesses; rescue;
     Specific examples of the hazards and the                   equipment care and inspection. - Coastal
     three steps to control the hazards are given.              Video Communications.
     - SafetyCare.
                                                           V143 AS IT SHOULD BE DONE: WORKPLACE
V138 STOP IT BURNING                                            PRECAUTIONS AGAINST BLOODBORNE
     (1/2" VHS 16 min. Color 1991                               PATHOGENS
     1 videocassette)                                           (1/2" VHS 24 min. Color 1992
     Covers the following topics: components of                 1 videocassette)
     fires, fire fighting techniques, extinguishing             Explains the bloodborne pathogens
     agents, fire extinguishers -- their use and                standard and how it will affect the workers
     operation on different classes of fire. -                  covered. Not to be used solely to comply
     SafetyCare.                                                with the training requirements outlined in the
                                                                standard. - OSHA
     (1/2" VHS 18 min. Color 199?                               PATHOGENS STANDARD: 29 CFR
     1 videocassette)                                           1910.1030
     Discusses the following points: top                        (1/2" VHS 30 min. Color 1992
     management involvement, safety manual,                     1 videocassette)
     enforcement of rules, supervisor's role,                   Developed by OSHA's Office of Training
     safety committees, training, and incentives.               and Education, this video features a panel
     - Cinema Safety.                                           discussion in two parts of the bloodborne
                                                                pathogens standard. Part 1 covers the
V140 ERGONOMICS: YOUR BODY AT WORK                              standard in general, the methods of
     (1/2" VHS 21 min. Color 1991                               compliance and the compliance directive.
     1 videocassette)                                           Part 2 covers the medical and legal,
     Shows employees how to prevent                             primarily recordkeeping, aspects of the
     cumulative trauma disorder by using 3                      standard. Not to be
     steps: 1) analyze the risks you may be                     used solely to comply with the training
     exposed to 2) minimize those risks by                      requirements outlined in the standard. -
     finding ways to reduce repetitive motion and               OSHA
     excessive force and 3) neutralize awkward
     postures by placing your body in a natural            V145 UNIVERSAL PRECAUTIONS
     relaxed position. Areas covered include                    (1/2" VHS 40 min. Color 1989
     worksite analysis using low-cost                           1 videocassette)
     improvements, modifying body mechanics,                    Produced by the American Hospital
     and the proper use of hand tools. - Coastal                Association, this video is intended to cover
     Video Communications.                                      the universal precautions recommendations
                                                                of the Centers for Disease Control. -
V141 LAB SAFETY: HANDLING HAZARDOUS                             AHA/OSHA
     (1/2" VHS 21 min. Color 1990                          V146 COMPUTER FITNESS: HOW TO WORK
     1 videocassette)                                           COMFORTABLY, PRODUCTIVELY, AND
       (1/2" VHS 18 min. Color 1992                        V150 SHORING SAFETY
       1 videocassette)                                         (1/2" VHS 24 min. Color 1990
       Designed to explain how computer-related                 1 videocassette)
       health problems can be avoided by paying                 Covers the following areas: Preparation
       close attention to three key areas: posture,             before excavation, the installation of timber
       physical set-up of the computer, screen and              shoring system and aluminum hydraulic
       keyboard, and regular stretching exercises.              shoring, factors to consider when deciding
       - Industrial Training Systems                            on a shoring system to use, e.g., stability of
                                                                soil being excavated and the use of charts
V147 BLOODBORNE PATHOGENS:                                      to determine size and spacing of shoring
     WORKPLACE PRECAUTIONS FOR                                  depending on soil type, shore type and
     INDUSTRY                                                   depth of trench, general safe work
     (1/2" VHS 19 min. Color 1992                               practices, and removal of shoring. - Zomar
     1 videocassette)                                           Productions
     Directed to emergency or first aid squad
     members, housekeeping or janitorial staff or          V151 THE COMPETENT PERSON AND SOIL
     others who may occupationally come in                      TESTING
     contact with blood or other body fluids.                   (1/2" VHS 27 min. Color 1992
     Topics covered include an explanation of                   1 videocassette)
     universal precautions and its application                  Explains the role of the competent person
     during emergency and first aid procedures,                 and Appendix A of the Excavation Standard
     personal protection equipment, clean-up of                 on soil classification. Covered are the 4
     an accident site, janitorial activities and                types of soil (stable rock, Type A, B and C)
     waste disposal. Explains that the viewer of                and the visual and manual tests mentioned
     this video must have an opportunity to ask                 in the standard. It ends with suggestions as
     the trainer questions during their training                to how to handle an inspection by a
     program and get specific instructions about                compliance officer. - Zomar Productions
     his/her job. - Industrial Training Systems
                                                           V152 CONFINED SPACE HOTWORK:
V148 NOISE-INDUCED HEARING LOSS:                                CHECKLIST TO SAFETY
     NO SECOND CHANCE                                           (1/2" VHS 20 min. Color, 1992
     (1/2" VHS 17 min. Color 1992                               1 videocassette)
     1 videocassette)                                           Video was developed to train employees on
     Features interviews with Indianapolis                      identifying and using safe work practices for
     500 winner Bobby Unser and other                           hotwork in a confined space. Some areas
     employees who have suffered hearing loss                   covered are the entry and hot work permits,
     due to an intense or prolonged exposure to                 preparing the confined space, atmospheric
     noise. The program provides an                             testing, personal protective equipment, fire
     explanation of the ear, effects of prolonged               watch and emergency rescue. - Coastal
     noise exposure, and some of the elements                   Video Communications
     of a hearing conservation program -- sound
     level monitoring, engineering controls,               V153 WELDING SAFETY: SECURING THE
     audiometric testing, as well as the care and               WORK ZONE
     use of hearing protective devices. -                       (1/2" VHS 16 min. Color 1988
     Industrial Training Systems                                1 videocassette)
                                                                Covers the safe work practices of oxyfuel
V149 DON'T PUSH YOUR LUCK                                       and electric-arc welding, including the
     (1/2" VHS 12 min. Color 1967                               importance of job planning and preparation,
     1 videocassette)                                           securing the 360-degree zone, proper
     The story of how Bill Frank was blinded as a               ventilation, personal protective equipment
     result of an on-the-job accident, involving a              and fire protection. - Coastal Video
     grinding wheel, what it meant to him and his               Communications
     family, and how it affected his way of life.
     Portions of surgery on an eye are shown.              V154 PORTABLE FIRE EXTINGUISHERS
     Promotes the use of eye protection in                      (1/2" VHS 14 min. Color 1991
     various jobs. - Harvest A-V.                               1 videocassette)

       Covers what a fire is, 4 methods of                 V159 THE SAFETY COMMITTEE: PROBLEM
       suppressing a fire, the classes of fires,                OR SOLUTION
       types of extinguishers and how they work,                (1/2" VHS 29 min. Color 1993
       fire fighting techniques and other safe work             1 videocassette, Leader's guide)
       practices when fires occur. - Coastal Video              Recommended for management and safety
       Communications                                           committee members, this program is
                                                                designed to provide viewers with techniques
V155 WORKING SMART: GENERAL OFFICE                              and procedures necessary to improve a
     SAFETY                                                     safety committee. It outlines the functions
     (1/2" VHS 20 min. Color 1992                               and benefits of a safety committee, explains
     1 videocassette, Leader's Guide, Employee                  ways to build committee members’
     handbook)                                                  confidence, and suggests procedures to
     Covers the following topics: slips, trips and              follow in planning and conducting a
     falls; noise; ergonomics; and fire safety. -               successful safety meeting. - Industrial
     Coastal Video Communications                               Training System

V156 MACHINE GUARDING                                      V160 SAFETY ATTITUDE
     (1/2" VHS 14 min. Color 1993                               (1/2" VHS 6 min. Color 1990
     1 videocassette)                                           1 videocassette)
     Explains the categories and types of                       Teaches the Art of Safety: Awareness of
     machine guarding, how machine guarding                     potential hazards, Respect for potential
     works, the importance of safeguarding, the                 hazards (e.g., following procedures, use of
     places where most machine hazards occur                    personal protective equipment,
     and the safety control devices. - Coastal                  implementing engineering controls) and
     Video Communications                                       Teamwork to create a safe work
                                                                environment (positive attitude and
V157 CONFINED SPACE ENTRY: PERMIT                               commitment by every worker). - Valley
     REQUIRED!                                                  Videos
     (1/2" VHS 21 min. Color 1993
     1 videocassette, Employee handbook)                   V161 HOUSEKEEPING
     Aims to train employees on 1) how to                       (1/2" VHS 5 min. Color 1990
     identify permit spaces and hazards; 2) the                 1 videocassette)
     OSHA permit space program; 3) how a                        Takes a look at how proper housekeeping
     permit can keep you safe when working in a                 can reduce accidents and improve morale.
     confined space and (4) the training and                    It discusses measures for eliminating slips
     duties of a confined space entry team. -                   and falls and preventing fires. - Valley
     Coastal Video Communications                               Videos

     FOR BUILDING AND GROUNDS                                   (1/2" VHS 6 min. Color 1990
     PERSONNEL                                                  1 videocassette)
     (1/2" VHS 20 min. Color 1993                               Covers the characteristics of compressed
     1 videocassette, Leader's guide)                           gas cylinders, the hazards of gas cylinders
     Covers the terms and information found on                  and proper handling and storage
     labels and material safety data sheets and                 procedures. - Valley Videos
     the different hazardous materials that
     building and grounds personnel may                    V163 RETAIL EMPLOYEE SAFETY
     encounter, their potential exposures and                   (1/2" VHS 16 min. Color 1990
     effects, preventive measures and personal                  1 videocassette)
     protective equipment. Some materials                       Emphasizes that it is the employee’s
     covered include: pesticides, solvent-based                 responsibility to be aware of hazards and to
     paints, thinners and adhesives, cleaners,                  take the time to prevent accidents. Covers
     welding gases, vehicle maintenance                         safety hazards and accident prevention
     materials, asbestos and fiberglass. -                      techniques in many areas, among them are
     Industrial Training Systems                                the following: slips and falls, lifting and back
                                                                injuries prevention, hand injuries, including

       box cutters, ladders, working with display                    exposed to on the job and their means of
       fixtures, emergency procedures,                               transmission, the exposure control plan,
       stocking shelves, escalators, electrical                      universal precautions, engineering controls,
       safety, and fire prevention. - Don Brown                      work practice controls, personal protective
       Productions                                                   equipment, good housekeeping and
                                                                     vaccination. - Coastal Video
V164 THE SUPERVISOR AND SAFETY                                       Communications Corp.
     (1/2" VHS 23 min. Color 1993
     1 videocassette)                                         V168 LOCKOUT FOR LIFE!
     Presents the role of the supervisor in the                    (1/2" VHS 21 min. Color 1992
     following areas of a safety and health                        1 videocassette Leader's guide Employee
     program: 1) Written policies, rules and                       handbook)
     procedures should be established and                          Developed to teach employees about
     made known to all employees. 2)                               lockout/tagout hazards through re-
     Fulfillment of safety training requirements.                  enactments of four actual cases (cases
     3) Conduct inspections of the workplace. 4)                   involve a shear machine, a hydraulic
     Enforcement of safety rules. Gives                            elevator, an electrical panel and a pipeline).
     examples of these areas an includes the                       Each case reviews how the accident
     importance of reporting all near misses and                   happened and what could have prevented
     injuries and of accident investigation. - Don                 its occurrence. - Coastal Video
     Brown Productions                                             Communications.

     OPERATOR: OPERATIONS                                          THE BEAST
     (1/2" VHS 12 min. Color 1994                                  (1/2" VHS 19 min. Color 1994
     1 videocassette Facilitator Guide Employee                    1 videocassette Employee handbook)
     Handbook)                                                     Explains basic concepts about various
     Covers the following subjects: different                      energy sources, lockout/tagout, when to use
     types of forklifts, operation of a forklift, load             it and removing locks and tags, the need for
     capacity, the stability triangle, procedures                  inspection and training, and the 6-step
     when refueling or recharging, and pre-                        procedure that is required for controlling
     operation inspections. - Summit Training                      hazardous energy. - Coastal Video
     Source, Inc.                                                  Communications.

     OPERATOR: SAFE DRIVING SKILLS                                 WATCH YOUR STEP!
     (1/2" VHS 13 min. Color 1994                                  (1/2" VHS 19 min. + 6 min. Color 1991
     1 videocassette Facilitator Guide Employee                    1 videocassette Employee handbook)
     Handbook)                                                     Covers some of the common hazards of
     It is the responsibility of the operator to be                walking and working surfaces, such as
     aware of the changing work environment                        ramps, floors, scaffolds, elevated work
     and to be able to identify potential operating                platforms and ways to prevent them,
     conditions (e.g. good housekeeping                            including the use of fall protection or fall
     practices, understanding the potential                        arrest systems. The last 6 minutes, "The
     hazards of loads). Also included in the                       Leading Edge", goes over some leading
     program are techniques for proper load                        edge fall protection in construction, e.g.
     handling and safe driving skills. Emphasis is                 guardrails, body belt/harness, nets, and
     placed on being aware of co-workers and                       safety monitoring system. - Coastal Video
     communicating with them. - Summit                             Communications.
     Training Source.
                                                              V171 FATAL SHOCK: ELECTRICAL CASE
V167 BLOODBORNE PATHOGENS                                          HISTORIES
     (1/2" VHS 21 min. Color 1997,1992                             (1/2" VHS 24 min. Color 1993
     1 videocassette Handbook)                                     1 videocassette Leader's guide)
     This video is for the designated emergency                    Presents dramatic re-enactments of four
     responder and covers the following areas:                     actual incidents (cases involve installing a
     bloodborne diseases that one could be                         faulty breaker, operating a drill after
       removing the ground pin, storing tools in a        V175 DRIVING IN DANGEROUS SITUATIONS
       disconnect cabinet, and not wearing proper              (1/2" VHS 14 min. Color 1992
       gloves when doing electrical repair). Each              1 videocassette Leader's guide Employee
       case reviews how the accident happened                  handbook)
       and what could have prevented its                       Instructs operators in the proper method of
       occurrence. Some of the points                          driving on and around hazardous conditions
       emphasized are the importance of de-                    (e.g., slippery floors, low overhead
       energizing, keeping your mind on your work,             clearances, tight spaces, busy pedestrian
       reporting unsafe conditions, using personal             areas, around corners, around other
       protective equipment and properly insulated             operators, uneven surfaces, over railroad
       tools, and following safety procedures. -               tracks) and of working on loading docks, in
       Coastal Video Communications.                           trailers and on ramps. Eight safety rules are
                                                               explained and illustrated and longitudinal
V172 LEAD SAFETY: KEEP THE LEAD OUT                            tip-overs are described and operators will
     (1/2" VHS 13 min. Color 1993                              learn how to prevent them. States that
     1 videocassette Facilitator guide Employee                operators should follow their company's
     handbook)                                                 policy on using seat belts. - Coastal Video
     Video explains what lead is and how it is                 Communications.
     used, how it enters the body, the health
     hazards of lead, and the proper procedures           V176 STRING TRIMMER SAFETY AND
     to prevent exposure. - Summit Training                    MAINTENANCE GUIDE
     Source.                                                   (1/2" VHS 20 min. Color 1993
                                                               1 videocassette)
V173 OPERATING A FORKLIFT SAFELY                               Covers the following: the descriptions of
     (1/2" VHS 18 min. Color 1992                              various types of string trimmers, along with
     1 videocassette Leader's guide Employee                   their attachments, the importance of doing a
     handbook)                                                 safety maintenance check prior to use,
     Goes through a detailed daily pre-use                     proper starting and operating procedures,
     inspection including the mast, rollers &                  use of personal protective equipment and
     tracks, forks, hydraulics, lift and tilt                  the need for preventive maintenance. -
     cylinders, and tires. Proper inspection                   Siegel & Associates.
     procedures for the engine/ transmission and
     the mechanical systems (e.g., gauges,                V177 DANGER ZONE: PERSONAL
     steering, horn, lights, brakes) are provided.             PROTECTIVE EQUIPMENT
     Also covered are finding the rated capacity               (1/2" VHS 13 min. Color 1991
     and the basic operating techniques (picking               1 videocassette Workbook)
     up and putting down a load, stacking loads                Covers the need to assess the hazards of
     and driving with a load). - Coastal Video                 the job prior to the selection and use of
     Communications.                                           personal protective equipment, the
                                                               importance of proper fit and maintenance,
V174 BASIC FORKLIFT PRINCIPLES                                 and it also shows different situations where
     (1/2" VHS 14 min. Color 1991                              personal protective equipment is needed
     1 videocassette Leader's guide Employee                   (e.g. head, hearing, eye and face,
     handbook)                                                 respiratory, clothing, hands and foot
     Emphasizes the importance of training and                 protection). Note: recommends the welder
     describes the most commonly used types of                 wear further protection on his arms. -
     forklifts, along with their applications and              Summit Training Source.
     basic mechanical components (half & full-
     tapered forks, the carriage, the mast, lift &        V178 HEADS UP! HARD HAT SAFETY
     tilt cylinders, overhead guard and tires).                (1/2" VHS 9 min. Color 1994
     Goes over the lifting principle of a forklift             1 videocassette)
     and some safety rules on rated capacity,                  Covers head hazards (some injuries
     load stability, fork adjustment, broken                   portrayed graphically), how the hard hat
     pallets, proper speed, arm and leg safety,                works, different classes of hard hats and the
     and proper braking. - Coastal Video                       importance of care and maintenance. -
     Communications.                                           Coastal Video Communications.

V179 HAZCOM                                                 V183 PROFESSIONAL'S GUIDE TO LAWN
     (1/2" VHS 12 min. Color 1993                                MOWER SAFETY
     1 videocassette Implementation Manual                       (1/2" VHS min. Color 1989
     Personal Safety Plan)                                       1 videocassette)
     Video assumes that a company has                            Covers the maintenance and operation
     implemented a hazard communication                          procedures necessary for the safe use of
     program and that it is reviewed to see which                commercial walk-behind mowers, rotary
     parts are working and which are not.                        ride-on mowers, reel mowers and flail
     Encourages each employee to take                            mowers. The video is divided into
     responsibility to use that program and to                   the following 3 parts: 1) general safety
     suggest improvements to protect                             information, 2) walk-behind mowers and 3)
     themselves and coworkers against injury                     ride-on mowers. - Siegel & Associates.
     and illness. Elements of the program are
     also reviewed - labeling, inventory of                 V184 PORTABLE POWER TOOLS, VOLUME III
     chemicals, MSDS, written program and                        (1/2" VHS 23 min. Color 1992
     training. - Safety Training Systems.                        1 videocassette)
                                                                 The first part of the video reviews some
V180 PERSONAL PROTECTIVE EQUIPMENT:                              general safety guidelines (e.g. personal
     EMPLOYEE MODULE: SIMPLE THINGS                              protective equipment, electrical safety, use
     (1/2" VHS 7 min. Color 1992                                 of guards, housekeeping, familiarity with
     1 videocassette)                                            tools). Covered in the second part are the
     A program aimed at motivating employees                     safety features and operational techniques
     to use their personal protective equipment.                 of the circular saw, saber saw, and power
     The scenario presented involves the use of                  miter saw. - Siegel & Associates.
     a hard hat. - Safety Training Systems.
                                                            V185 DRIVE FOR LIFE: DEFENSIVE DRIVING
V181 PERSONAL PROTECTIVE EQUIPMENT:                              (1/2" VHS 11 min. Color 1990
     SUPERVISOR TRAINING IN HAZARD                               1 videocassette)
     ASSESSMENT                                                  Emphasizes the need to be familiar with the
     1/2" VHS12 mn. Color 1992                                   vehicle one is driving, be aware of the
     1 videocassette Guide)                                      driving environment, learn to co-exist with
     Directed to the supervisor or manager, this                 other drivers, and use seat belts. - Summit
     video shows how to conduct a Personal                       Training Source.
     Protective Equipment hazard assessment in
     the workplace, which is part of the current            V186 DRIVE FOR LIFE: EMERGENCY
     PPE standard. Covers the five-step                          SITUATIONS
     process (walk-through survey, identification                (1/2" VHS 11 min. Color 1990
     of hazards, PPE recommendation,                             1 videocassette)
     instruction on proper fit and use, and                      Covers the skills necessary for driving in
     periodic reassessments. - Safety Training                   adverse weather conditions, how to properly
     Systems.                                                    handle skids, tire blowouts and brake
                                                                 failures, and proper steps to take if you are
V182 SLIPS, TRIPS AND FALLS                                      involved in an accident or chemical spill. -
     (1/2" VHS 14 min. Color 1989                                Summit Training Source.
     1 videocassette)
     Presents some of the common causes of                  V187 DRIVE FOR LIFE: DRIVER ATTITUDE
     slips, trips and falls in the workplace,                    (1/2" VHS 11 min. Color 1990
     preventive measures to counter these                        1 videocassette)
     common causes, proper use and                               The importance of patience, communication
     maintenance of fall protection equipment,                   and respect when driving is explained. Also
     and techniques for improving balance and                    covers the consequences and effects of
     reducing the impact of falls. Areas covered                 driving under the influence of alcohol and
     include ladders, stairs, obstructions, slippery             other drugs and the emotional trauma of
     and uneven surfaces, improper footwear,                     accident victims, including their families and
     poor and inadequate lighting and improper                   friends. - Summit Training Source.
     behavior. - Summit Training Source.

V188 DRIVE FOR LIFE: PROGRAM                              V192 CONFINED SPACE: VENTILATION
     ADMINISTRATION                                            (1/2" VHS 18 min. Color 1992
     (1/2" VHS 8 min. Color 1990                               1 videocassette Leader's guide Employee
     1 videocassette)                                          handbook)
     Explains the benefits of a driver's                       Covers the following areas: 1) four major
     awareness program, the employer                           atmospheric hazards (oxygen-deficient
     requirements contained in the proposed                    atmosphere, oxygen-enriched atmosphere,
     OSHA Occupant Protection in Motor                         flammable contaminants present in the
     Vehicles Standard, and steps to establish a               atmosphere and toxic contaminants present
     program in one's facility. - Summit Training              in the atmosphere); 2) two types of
     Source.                                                   mechanical ventilation and their uses; 3)
                                                               two common ventilation problems and how
V189 FALL PROTECTION: TAKING CONTROL                           to avoid them; 4) guidelines for ventilation
     (1/2" VHS 11 min. Color 1994                              and appropriate techniques for various
     1 videocassette Facilitator guide Employee                types of spaces; and 5) basic safety
     handbook)                                                 procedures to follow when using mechanical
     Very briefly covers the importance of                     ventilation. - Coastal Video
     recognizing and respecting potential fall                 Communications.
     hazards, the importance of a pro-active
     safety attitude, and some standard                   V193 CONFINED SPACE: RESCUE
     requirements when working above 6 feet.                   (1/2" VHS 31 min. Color 1991
     The main focus of the program is the proper               1 videocassette Leader's guide Employee
     use and care of fall protection equipment,                handbook)
     primarily personal fall arrest systems. -                 Begins with a re-enactment of an actual
     Summit Training Source.                                   confined space incident. It also explains the
                                                               characteristics of a confined space and a
V190 CHEMICAL HANDLING: SOLVENTS                               permit-required space, as well as
     (1/2" VHS 12 min. Color 1992                              procedures to follow when confined space
     1 videocassette Leader's guide)                           entry is required. Some of the other areas
     Program was developed to familiarize                      covered include the rescue team, rescue
     employees with types of solvents, their                   training, the recognition of causes of
     hazards (e.g., health and fire hazards),                  hazardous working conditions in confined
     proper handling (e.g., use of approved                    spaces, rescue equipment, handling of the
     containers and personal protective                        victim in a rescue, dealing with one's
     equipment) and emergency response.                        feelings during and after a rescue operation
     Labels and the MSDS are emphasized as                     and the importance of teamwork. - Coastal
     important sources of information. - Coastal               Video Communications.
     Video Communications.
                                                          V194 FLAGGING OPERATIONS AND
V191 CONFINED SPACE: ATMOSPHERIC                               PROCEDURES
     TESTING                                                   (1/2" VHS 23 min. Color 1993
     (1/2" VHS 17 min. Color 1992                              1 videocassette Flagger's handbook)
     1 videocassette Leader's guide Employee                   Video is aimed at preparing the worker to be
     handbook)                                                 a flagger. Areas covered include: 1) the use
     Program begins by defining what a                         of proper clothing and equipment, 2) basic
     "confined space" is, explaining why the                   flagging skills (stopping, releasing, slowing
     atmospheres are potentially hazardous and                 traffic), 3) six typical situations (single
     emphasizing the need for atmospheric                      flagger operation, two flagger operation,
     testing, continuous and pre-entry (oxygen                 pilot car operation, night flagging operation,
     level, flammability and toxicity tests). Also             one flagger/one direction operation, and
     covered are the entry permit system, the                  emergency situations) and 4) the role of the
     importance of calibration of instruments and              supervisor in the flagging operation. - South
     how to respond if space is found to be                    Carolina Department of Highways and
     hazardous. - Coastal Video                                Public Transportation.

     ASSESSMENT                                                (1/2" VHS 10 min. Color 1983
     (1/2" VHS 12 min. Color 1994 Hazard                       1 videocassette)
     Assessment Survey & Analysis Form)                        This humorous video points out safety
     Gives brief guidelines to help the supervisor             hazards that seem to attract a breed of
     fulfill some of the requirements of the OSHA              office workers, referred to as "thrill seekers",
     personal protective equipment standard.                   who consider themselves too adventurous
     Includes the following: 1) SEARCH (survey                 to heed prudent safety rules. They leave
     the work environment for hazards); 2)                     drawers open, lift and sit improperly, drop
     SELECT (choosing the right personal                       packages and telephone cords where
     protective equipment); 3) TRAIN (employee                 others will trip over them, run through open
     training on how to use personal protective                doors and around corners at break-neck
     equipment); and 4) MAINTAIN (maintain                     speed and in general, exhibit unsafe
     records of hazard assessment surveys and                  behavior that may harm themselves or
     conduct periodic reviews of both the                      fellow workers. - Coronet Film & Video
     condition of personal protective equipment
     and how employees are using them). -                 V199 FIRE EXTINGUISHERS: FIGHT OR
     Coastal Video Communications.                             FLIGHT?
                                                               (1/2" VHS 17 min. Color 1988
V196 PLAN FOR SAFETY: FALL PROTECTION                          1 videocassette Instructor's Guide)
     FOR RESIDENTIAL CONSTRUCTION                              Engaging footage shows what happens
     (1/2" VHS 14 min. Color 1995                              when extinguisher "novices" try to put out
     1 videocassette, Fall Protection Compliance               fires without any instruction and also shows
     Manual)                                                   how they perform once they are taught how
     This National Association of Home Builders                to do it right. Video is designed to teach
     program, which is part of The Fall Protection             employees to operate portable fire
     Compliance Kit, aims at assisting the                     extinguishers safely and effectively, the
     employer to comply with the OSHA                          different types of extinguishers, and to
     regulations on fall protection. The fall                  evaluate whether or not to fight a fire with
     protection work practices covered include                 an extinguisher. - National Fire Protection
     those related to open-sided floor holes, wall             Association.
     openings, leading edges and unprotected
     edges. Goes over some conventional fall              V200 ERGONOMICS: PREVENTING CTD's:
     protection systems. In addition, alternative              EMPLOYEE MODULE
     fall protection measures are shown. These                 (1/2" VHS 17 min. Color 1992
     measures, under certain conditions, can be                1 videocassette Employee Workbook)
     used by employers who can demonstrate                     Video aims to explain cumulative trauma
     that conventional systems are infeasible or               injuries, the factors which cause them and
     create a greater hazard. - National                       preventive measures in job function and
     Association of Home Builders.                             design. - Summit Training Source.

     (1/2" VHS 14 min. Color 1995                              SUPERVISOR MODULE
     1 videocassette)                                          (1/2" VHS 17 min. Color 1992
     This National Association of Home Builders                1 videocassette Facilitator's Guide)
     program, which is part of The Fall Protection             Covers the following areas: 1) steps to
     Compliance Kit and is for employee training,              identify cumulative trauma indicators 2) how
     helps to identify areas of fall hazards                   to determine ergonomic related problems
     (walking & working surfaces such as floors,               through job analysis, worker symptoms
     roofs, and the ground), conventional and                  survey and body discomfort charts and
     alternative fall protection systems. Gives                3) measures to prevent CTD's (e.g.,
     examples of alternative fall protection work              ergonomic engineering controls, employee
     practices when working on floor installation,             training, medical management). - Summit
     exterior walls, rafters and trusses and roof              Training Source.
     sheathing. - National Association of Home

V202 PERFORMING A JOB HAZARD                                       The program includes a regulatory overview
     ANALYSIS                                                      of the OSHA general industry and
     (1/2" VHS 19 min. Color 1991                                  construction asbestos standards, including
     1 videocassette Leader's Guide,                               the exposure limits, regulated areas,
     Participant's Guide)                                          warning signs and labels, protective
     Describes how to assemble a job hazard                        measures, decontamination and disposal
     analysis team and conduct a job hazard                        and medical surveillance. - Business
     analysis (jha). The three-step process of a                   Training Systems
     jha is explained. 1) List the basic steps
     necessary to perform the job from start to             V207 ASBESTOS CUSTODIAL AND
     finish. 2) Identify every existing or potential             MAINTENANCE ACTIVITIES
     hazard associated with each job step. 3)                    1/2" VHS 18 min. Color 1995
     Develop recommendations for ways to                         1 videocassette Trainer’s Guide)
     eliminate or control each hazard. - Tel-A-                  The program covers the identification of
     Train.                                                      asbestos, the OSHA regulations and the
                                                                 classes of asbestos-related work, common
V203 DANGER ZONE: YOUR HEAD                                      work practices, and the following specific
     (1/2" VHS 17 min. Color 1983                                work practices: Floor tile removal, punching
     1 videocassette)                                            a hole in the flooring material, drilling
     Instruct employees on the importance of                     through flooring material, working with ACM
     head protection and the need for proper                     or PACM ceiling tiles, working with spraying
     use, maintenance, and replacement of the                    on ACM or PACM above ceilings, drilling or
     hard hat. The film is divided into two parts.               cutting through ACM wall components, and
     Part 1 points out where head hazards are                    glove bag removal operations. - Business
     likely to exist. In Part 2, the viewer sees                 Training Systems
     how a hard hat is made and tested, various
     types of abuse that can affect the hard hat,           V208 UNDERSTANDING THE WORKING BACK
     proper inspection techniques, and                           (1/2" VHS 20 min. Color 1895
     replacement policies. - Viscucom                            1 videocassette)
     Productions.                                                The two objectives of this video by Leonard
                                                                 Ring, an ergonomist from New Zealand, are
V204 BACK SAFETY: THE ERGONOMIC                                  to show how to avoid injuring your back and
     CONNECTION                                                  what to do if you have already injured your
     (1/2" VHS 14 min. Color 1992                                back. He explains the fulcrum/lever
     1 videocassette Facilitator guide Employee                  principle of the human spine, lifting and
     Workbook)                                                   carrying, the form and function of the back
     Learning to use proper lifting techniques is                and how it deteriorates and emphasizes
     only part of a back injury prevention                       lifting with your legs. - Core Media Training
     program. This video covers how the back                     Solutions.
     works, proper body mechanics, risk factors
     causing back injuries and prevention                   V209 RESPIRATORY PROTECTION: THE
     measures. - Summit Training Source                          INVISIBLE HAZARD
                                                                 (1/2" VHS 13 min. Color 1993
V205 ASBESTOS AWARENESS                                          1 videocassette Facilitator guide Employee
     (1/2" VHS 16 min. Color 1995                                handbook)
     1 videocassette Trainer’s Guide)                            Presents an explanation of how the
     The program covers the nature of asbestos,                  respiratory system works, the different
     health effects, location of asbestos, what to               respiratory hazards (oxygen deficient
     do if asbestos is disturbed, house-keeping                  atmospheres, gases and vapors and
     procedures and general protective                           particulate Contaminants), selection of
     measures. - Business Training Systems                       respiratory protection and the need for
                                                                 medical examinations, qualitative and
V206 ASBESTOS REGULATIONS AND                                    quantitative fit testing. - Summit Training
     CONTROLS                                                    Source.
     (1/2" VHS 15 min. Color 1995
     1 videocassette Trainer’s Guide)                       V210 RESPIRATORY PROTECTION: AIR
                                                                 PURIFYING RESPIRATORS
       (1/2" VHS 11 min. Color 1993                          V214 WAREHOUSE SAFETY: IT’S NO
       1 videocassette Facilitator guide Employee                 MYSTERY
       handbook)                                                  (1/2" VHS 22 min. Color 1996
       Covers how air purification respirators work,              1 videocassette Employee handbook)
       the importance of a proper fit and how to                  Covers some of the more common hazards
       use, inspect, maintain and store the                       in a warehouse and how to correct them.
       respirator. - Summit Training Source.                      Areas covered include good housekeeping,
                                                                  hazard communication, personal protective
V211 RESPIRATORY PROTECTION: AIR                                  equipment, ergonomics and operating
     SUPPLYING RESPIRATORS                                        forklifts. - Coastal Video Communications.
     1/2" VHS 11 min. Color 1993
     1 videocassette Facilitators guide Employee             V215 POWER AND HAND TOOL SAFETY
     handbook)                                                    (1/2” VHS 21 min. Color 1987
     Covers the types of air supplying respirators                1 videocassette Employee handbook)
     and how they work, qualitative and                           This program demonstrates proper methods
     quantitative fit tests, correct use, inspection,             of selection, inspection and use of hand
     maintenance and storage of respirators and                   tools (e.g., screw drivers, pliers, wrenches,
     limitations of respirators. - Summit Training                hammers, chisels, snips & cutters, knives)
     Source.                                                      and portable power tools (e.g., electric,
                                                                  pneumatic and gasoline powered tools,
V212 PRO-ACTIVE SAFETY: THE TOTAL                                 drills, saws, yard tools). Also stresses the
     QUALITY APPROACH                                             importance of using eye protection and
     (1/2" VHS 17 min. Color 1993                                 other personal protective equipment when
     1 videocassette)                                             necessary. - Tel-A-Train.
     Presents the five steps of the pro-active
     safety process: 1) pro-active position of               V216 ERGONOMIC BACK INJURY
     safety awareness (everyone can work                          PREVENTION FOR HEALTHCARE
     safely and accidents can be prevented); 2)                   PROFESSIONALS
     safety is an ongoing, continuous                             (1/2" VHS 19 min. Color 1995
     improvement process rather than just                         1 videocassette User’s guide)
     another program; 3) safety has the support                   Presents Dr. Guy Fragala’s ergonomic-
     of management at all levels; 4) safety                       based back injury prevention program as an
     training is important at the entry level and                 alternative to traditional injury prevention
     on-the-job by the supervisor; 5) safety                      programs, based primarily on training and
     committees and job safety analysis have                      attempts to modify the behavior of workers,
     pro-active roles on spotting potential                       which have not demonstrated widespread
     hazards up-front. - Coastal Video                            success. Dr. Fragala’s methods for those
     Communications.                                              involved in patient or resident handling
                                                                  tasks includes the identification and analysis
V213 PRO-ACTIVE SAFETY ATTITUDES:                                 of jobs and job tasks which stress body
     TARGET ZERO!                                                 parts beyond limits, the development of
     (1/2" VHS 16 min. Color 1996                                 solutions to change these unacceptable
     1 videocassette Employee handbook)                           task demands and the implementation and
     To achieve the goal of zero accidents in the                 evaluation of these changes in the work
     workplace, it is imperative that employees                   place. - University of Massachusetts
     have the right attitude, which is fostered                   Medical School, Program for Health and
     through leadership. Leadership is defined                    Safety.
     as the ability to motivate a group toward a
     certain attitude and behavior through                   V217 SCAFFOLDS: SAFETY AT ALL LEVELS
     emotional and spiritual connections, thus                    (1/2" VHS 18 min. Color 1997
     employees at all levels can be leaders.                      1 videocassette Employee handbook)
     Some of the qualities of leaders are                         Covers the revised scaffold standard, the
     discussed: vision and initiative, creating                   role of the competent person, pre-assembly
     expectations, defining and communicating                     inspection and assembly, pre-shift
     steps in moving toward the goal, building                    inspection, safe work practice, fall
     trust, and maintaining the vision. - Coastal                 protection, maintenance and dismantling. -
     Video Communication.                                         Coastal Video Communications Corp.
V218 PERSONAL PROTECTIVE EQUIPMENT:                               This program focuses on knowing how to
     WIN THE RACE TO SAFETY                                       work safely on suspension scaffolds and
     (1/2" VHS 19 min. Color 1999                                 covers the following areas: scaffold
     1 videocassette Leader’s guide Employee                      assembly, role of the competent person,
     handbook)                                                    inspection, hoisting, fall protection, safe
     Featuring NASCAR champion Bobbie                             work practices, and electrical hazards. -
     Labonte, this video compares the extreme                     Coastal Video Communications.
     dangers of auto racing to the industrial
     hazards workers encounter on the job. This            V222 HAND TOOL SAFETY OVERVIEW
     program discusses the types and uses of                    (1/2" VHS 15 min. Color 1994
     eye and face, hearing, head, hand and foot                 1 videocassette)
     protection. Also included is information on                Covers the following basic safety rules: use
     full protective clothing, limitations of                   the right tool for the job, use tools properly,
     personal protective equipment and proper                   care for and inspect tools, use safety
     maintenance and disposal. - Coastal Video                  clothing and equipment, and store and
     Communication Corp.                                        transport tools safely. Video touches on
                                                                general rules for 8 different types of tools -
V219 HAND PROTECTION: LESSON FOR A                              socket & attachments; wrenches; torque
     LIFETIME                                                   wrenches; striking & struck tools; screw
     (1/2" VHS 20 min. Color 1995                               drivers & nut drivers; pliers, “C” clamps &
     1 videocassette Employee handbook)                         pullers; knifes & snips; and toolboxes. -
     CAUTION: THIS VIDEO CONTAINS SOME                          Stanley Proto Industrial Tools/Coastal Video
     GRAPHIC VISUALS OF HAND INJURIES.                          Communications.
     Because of the great number of hand
     injuries, the Occupational Safety and Health          V223 KNIFE AND BLADE SAFETY
     Administration (OSHA) requires employers                   (1/2" VHS 9 min. Color 1994
     to perform workplace hazard assessment,                    1 videocassette)
     to control hazards before employees begin                  Describes the importance and use of safety
     work, and to provide training. This program                equipment, several basic safety rules and
     features workers who recount their                         different types of knifes and blades. -
     experiences with hand injuries. It also                    Stanley-Proto Industrial Tools/Coastal Video
     covers hand hazards from physical trauma                   Communications.
     (machine hazards, tool hazards, ergonomic
     hazards, electrical hazards) and chemical             V224 STRIKING AND STRUCK TOOL SAFETY
     contact. Additional information on the                     (1/2" VHS 9 min. Color 1994
     importance of personal protective                          1 videocassette)
     equipment, glove selection, training and                   Reviews proper safety procedures when
     proper maintenance of gloves is also                       using hammers and chisels or punches,
     provided. - Coastal Video Communications                   including basic rules such as the care and
     Corp.                                                      inspection of tools, use of safety gear, and
                                                                use and storage of tools. - Stanley-Proto
V220 GROUNDSKEEPER SAFETY: BE A PRO!                            Industrial Tools/Coastal Video
     (1/2" VHS 17 min. Color 1996                               Communications.
     1 videocassette Employee handbook)
     For ground maintenance staff, this program            V225 FORKLIFT FUNDAMENTALS: GET THE
     covers personal protective equipment,                      FACTS
     general safety checklist, tractors, riding and             (1/2" VHS 18 min. Color 1997
     push mowers, trim and brush-cutting                        1 videocassette Compliance guide
     equipment and blowers, and handling                        Employee handbook Leaders guide)
     hazardous materials. - Coastal Video                       This program provides basic information on
     Communications.                                            forklift design, control, instrumentation, pre-
                                                                use inspection, and load. It can be used as
V221 SUSPENSION SCAFFOLDS IN                                    a part of a total training program for
     CONSTRUCTION                                               powered industrial truck operators. - Coastal
     (1/2" VHS 10 min. Color 1997                               Training Technologies Corp.
     1 videocassette Employee handbook)

V226 FORKLIFT OPERATIONS: CARRY THE                                plan; the incident command system;
     LOAD                                                          small/large/multi-county incidents;
     (1/2" VHS 19 min. Color 1997                                  coordinating support services; situation
     1 videocassette Compliance guide                              under control. - Coastal Technologies Corp.
     Employee handbook Leader’s guide)
     After completing the pre-use inspection of a           V230 CAN’T TAKE NO MORE
     forklift, there are many other factors to think             (1/2” VHS 29 min. Color 1987
     about before starting work. This video goes                 1 videocassette)
     over operating conditions that can vary day                 Gives an historical look at the origins of the
     to day. Surface conditions, probable loads                  occupational safety and health movement in
     and stability, proper load manipulations                    the United States, discussing the role of
     (stacking and unstacking), special                          Alice Hamilton, the National Safety Council,
     conditions (hazardous locations, activities,                Hawk’s Nest Mine disaster, and the Triangle
     environments), and vehicle and pedestrian                   Shirt Waist Fire, among others. -
     traffic should all be considered before                     Documenrica Films, Occupational Safety
     beginning work. Rules for forklift safety are               and Health Administration.
     also covered. This video can be used as
     a part of a total training program for                 V231 ERGONOMIC PROGRAMS THAT WORK
     powered industrial truck operators. - Coastal               (1/2” VHS 21 min. Color 1998
     Training Technologies Corp.                                 1 videocassette)
                                                                 This video was taped at four manufacturing
V227 LASER SAFETY                                                company sites and discusses various
     (1/2" VHS 17 min. Color 1991                                aspects of an ergonomic program, including
     1 videocassette Employee handbook)                          key elements, such as management
     Program covers the hazards of working with                  commitment, worker involvement, worksite
     lasers, laser classification, the role of the               analysis, medical management, training and
     Laser Safety Officer, environmental                         education, and ongoing evaluation. It also
     considerations and engineering controls,                    gives OSHA’s viewpoint when evaluating
     and eye protection. - Coastal Technologies                  ergonomic programs. - Occupational Safety
     Corp.                                                       and Health Administration.

     (1/2" VHS 20 min. Color 1998                                INSPECTION
     1 videocassette Trainer’ guide)                             (1/2” VHS 15 min. Color 1996
     Program includes the following areas:                       1 videocassette)
     nature of respiratory hazards; types of                     Stresses the important role of supervisors
     respiratory protection; putting on and taking               and employees in recognizing hazards
     off the respirator; fit testing; inspection,                before accidents happen. Explains task
     maintenance, cleaning and storage; and                      exposure analysis that includes identifying
     respiratory protection program. Some of the                 how and where accidents might happen,
     requirements of the revised HIOSH                           analyzing possible triggers and causes of
     standard on respiratory protection                          accidents and taking action to control
     (incorporation of 29 CFR 1910.134) are                      hazards. Self-inspections, using the task
     addressed in this video. - Business Training                exposure analysis as the basis, are
     Systems.                                                    considered the best ways to control hazards
                                                                 and maintain the controls. Examples of
V229 INCIDENT COMMAND SYSTEMS: WHEN                              self-inspections are provided. - Coastal
     SECONDS COUNT                                               Training Technologies Corp.
     (1/2” VHS 15 min. Color 1993
     1 videocassette)                                       V233 WORKPLACE VIOLENCE: CUSTOMER
     For an emergency response plan to work,                     SERVICE & FIELD PERSONNEL
     an incident command system must be                          (1/2” VHS 26 min. Color 1994
     implemented. This system provides the                       1 videocassette Trainer’s manual)
     battle plan for each phase, or a fire, spill or             This program is designed 1) to make
     other accident and a chain of command to                    employees more aware of the issues related
     facilitate an organized response system.                    to on-the-job violence and some of the
     Areas covered include emergency response                    subtle warning signs that might mean a co-
       worker or other person poses a risk to the                    Provides employees with a basic orientation
       safety of others; 2) to encourage them to                     to ergonomics and how employees can
       report any threats or violence they observe                   contribute in an overall ergonomics safety
       or experience; 3) to let them know that their                 program. Topics addressed include the
       organization is committed to the safety of its                nature of cumulative trauma disorders,
       employees; and 4) to provide some practical                   ergonomic-related health effects, prevention
       steps employees can take when confronted                      of ergonomic-related disorders, and the
       with threats, aggression or assaults. - AIMS                  procedure to follow when reporting
       Media.                                                        problems. - Business Training Systems.

     A LIFE                                                        TREATING HEAT DISORDERS (Closed
     (1/2” VHS 16 min. Color 1996                                  Captioned)
     1 videocassette Employee handbook)                            (1/2” VHS 17 min Color 1995
     Program’s aim is to teach workers the                         1 videocassette Employee handbook)
     importance of following acceptable work                       Although heat stress sounds like a minor
     standards, controlling hazards and reporting                  inconvenience, for those workers who must
     unsafe work conditions in the prevention of                   perform their jobs in the heat, the reality is it
     accidents. Covers the following areas:                        can cause bodily disorders (e.g., cramps,
     Reporting all incidents, inspecting work-                     exhaustion, heat stroke), worksite
     places and identifying potential hazards,                     accidents, and even death. Covers thermo-
     assessing incidents and implementing                          regulation of the body, importance of
     controls/solutions, and near misses. -                        replenishing fluids, and prevention and
     Coastal Training Technologies Corp.                           treatment. - Coastal Video Communication
     (1/2” VHS 18 min. Color 1992                             V239 HOTEL SAFETY: A REALITY CHECK-IN
     1 videocassette)                                              (1/2” VHS 29 min Color 1996
     Discusses operating a backhoe safely.                         1 videocassette Employee handbook)
     Topics covered include: Pre-start                             To help employees take a pro-active
     inspection; loading and site preparation;                     approach, this video reviews some of the
     working around underground and overhead                       potential hazards in hotels, including those
     utility lines; safe operation and lifting; how                concerning bloodborne pathogens, hazard
     crew members can work safely around the                       communication, fire safety, back safety,
     backhoe; shutdown procedures. - Zomar                         housekeeping, security, kitchen safety and
     Productions.                                                  maintenance. - Coastal Video
                                                                   Communication Corp.
     COURSE                                                   V240 WRENCH SAFETY
     (1/2” VHS 16 min. Color 1996                                  (1/2” VHS 10 min Color 1994
     1 videocassette Employee handbook)                            1 videocassette)
     Stresses the importance of being a                            Provides general rules on operating a
     defensive driver by: Planning and preparing                   wrench safely; covers different types of
     yourself, e.g., using the seat belt, planning                 wrenches, their application and safe use;
     your route; inspecting and maintaining your                   includes information on inspecting, storing,
     vehicle; adopting a defensive attitude, e.g.,                 and transporting of tools; and the use of
     controlling your emotions, avoiding                           personal protective equipment. - Coastal
     tailgating; handling distractions, e.g., cellular             Video Communication Corp.
     phones, reading, drinking, using drugs;
     following practical driving procedures for the           V241 HOUSEKEEPING: IT AIN’T LIKE THE
     environment you are in-–city, freeway, or                     MOVIES (Closed Captioned)
     rural areas. - Coastal Training Technologies                  (1/2” VHS 15 min Color 1995
     Corp.                                                         1 videocassette Employee handbook)
                                                                   Did you know that falls are the cause of
V237 ERGONOMICS AWARENESS                                          10% on-the-job deaths? Many of these
     (1/2” VHS 11 min. Color 1998                                  deaths are due to poor housekeeping and
     1 videocassette Trainer’s guide)                              could have been prevented. Reviews the
       importance of good housekeeping and what                      1 videocassette Leader’s guide Employee
       to look for in your facility. Is your workplace               handbook)
       clean or cluttered? Do you have adequate                      Designed to teach how workstation setup
       storage? Have you eliminated spills and                       and proper body mechanics can reduce
       leaks? - Coastal Video Communication                          physical stress and the risk of injury.
       Corp.                                                         Program also covers other topics, such as
                                                                     personal safety and security, fires, electrical
V242 HAZARD RECOGNITION                                              hazards, hazardous materials and
     (1/2” VHS 7 min Color 1994                                      emergency action plans. - Coastal Training
     1 videocassette Trainer’s guide)                                Technologies.
     To avoid injuries and illnesses, the video
     stresses that everyone is responsible for                V246 MANAGING CONFLICT IN THE
     recognizing and controlling hazards created                   WORKPLACE
     by unsafe conditions and/or unsafe acts.                      (1/2" VHS 20 min. Color 1999
     Everyone should be familiar with the                          1 videocassette Trainer’s manual)
     hazards of their jobs, how to protect                         The aim of this program is to equip
     themselves from these hazards, and how to                     supervisors with the tools they need to
     perform their jobs safely. It takes teamwork                  manage conflict successfully by using the
     to recognize hazards to yourself and co-                      Constructive Confrontation approach (10
     workers in the changing work environment                      steps, e.g. analyze before intervening,
     and to take the necessary action to find                      remain objective, state the reason for
     solutions. Other points covered include the                   intervention, lay out the ground rules for
     need for employers to respond to issues                       discussion, etc.) Viewers will be shown a
     raised by employees and for employees to                      step-by-step example of Constructive
     slow down at times to look for options rather                 Confrontation, followed by three open-
     than taking shortcuts and rushing. - Safety                   ended conflict resolution exercises. After
     Watch; Industrial Training Systems.                           each exercise, there is a place to stop the
                                                                   video so that participants can analyze the
V243 SOLVING THE MYSTERY: STATIC                                   confrontations and discuss how they might
     ELECTRICITY                                                   handle each conflict. - AIMS Multimedia.
     (1/2" VHS 13 min Color 1989
     1 videocassette Employee handbook)                       V247 CONSTRUCTION FALL PROTECTION:
     Educates on the dangers posed by static                       GET ARRESTED!
     charges and explains how to minimize these                    (1/2" VHS 11 min Color 1998
     dangers. Included are the following:                          1 videocassette Employee handbook)
     defining static electricity, identifying dangers              Covers the following on fall protection
     of static discharge, recognizing hazardous                    systems: requirements for guardrail
     conditions, controlling static ignition and                   construction, strength and minimum height
     removing flammable atmosphere. - Coastal                      standards; proper anchorage techniques;
     Training Technologies.                                        effective use of harness and lanyards; when
                                                                   and how to use lifelines and positioning
V244 OFFICE ERGONOMICS: IF ONLY YOUR                               devices; floor hole covers and safety nets. -
     COMPUTER COULD TALK                                           Coastal Training Technologies/National
     (1/2" VHS 18 min Color 1998                                   Center for Construction Education and
     1 videocassette Trainer’s guide)                              Research.
     Program on the basics of office ergonomics,
     covering general ergonomic concepts,                     V248 CONSTRUCTION ELECTRICAL SAFETY
     cumulative disorders, material handling with                  (1/2" VHS 10 min. Color 1993
     an emphasis on video display terminals.                       1 videocassette)
     Identifies workplace risk factors; signs,                     To help employees recognize and avoid
     symptoms, and health effects; and ways to                     electrical hazards, this program includes
     control risk factors. - Business Training                     information on the use of ground fault circuit
     Systems.                                                      interrupters, assured equipment grounding
                                                                   conductor program, lockout and tagout
V245 OFFICE SAFETY: IT’S A JUNGLE IN                               procedures, electrical power and extension
     THERE                                                         cords, and the placement of unguarded live
     (1/2" VHS 19 min. Color 2000                                  parts and open conductors. Also goes over
       the importance of knowing about hidden             V252 MACHINE GUARDING
       electrical hazards when digging, cutting or             (1/2" VHS 13 min. Color 1999
       nailing; using proper personal protective               1 videocassette Facilitator guide Employee
       equipment; and responding to accidents. -               handbook)
       Coastal Training Technologies/National                  Presents the hazards associated with
       Center for Construction Education and                   machines, the purpose and function of
       Research.                                               machine guards, and work practices to
                                                               ensure safety. - Summit Training Source.
     (1/2" VHS 10 min. Color 1991                         V253 WELDING SAFETY
     1 videocassette)                                          (1/2" VHS 13 min. Color 1996
     Covers back anatomy; good posture; body                   1 videocassette Facilitator guide Employee
     mechanics when lifting, carrying, and                     handbook)
     placing loads; use of personal protective                 This program promotes an awareness and
     equipment; sitting and shoveling. Several                 respect for the potential hazards of welding
     stretching exercises are shown; however,                  operations and explains ways to protect the
     viewers with back problems should seek                    health and safety of welders. Viewers will
     medical advice before performing them. -                  learn about types of welding, potential
     Coastal Training Technologies/ National                   hazards, the purpose and importance of
     Center for Construction Education and                     ventilation, proper personal protective
     Research.                                                 equipment, the purpose and procedures of
                                                               a hot work permit, fire prevention
V250 CONSTRUCTION TRENCHING &                                  techniques, safe work practices while
     SHORING                                                   welding and special welding situations. -
     (1/2" VHS 10 min. Color 1991                              Summit Training Source.
     1 videocassette)
     Includes how to evaluate an excavation site;         V254 BACK SAFETY FOR SHIPPING &
     how protection systems (sloping/benching,                 RECEIVING EMPLOYEES
     and shoring/shielding) are chosen and                     (1/2" VHS 20 min. (additional 20 min.
     installed; the importance of an emergency                 includes exercises) Color 1998
     action plan; and other general safety                     1 videocassette Training preparation guide
     requirements. - Coastal Training                          Employee exercise guide)
     Technologies/National Center for                          Dr. Stephen Grennan covers how to do
     Construction Education and Research.                      several jobs safely while Peter Panuska,
                                                               teacher and personal fitness trainer,
V251 SUPERMARKET SAFETY ORIENTATION                            demonstrates stretching or strengthening
     (1/2" VHS 11 min. Color 1988                              exercises that can better prepare
     1 videocassette)                                          warehouse employees to handle their
     Emphasizes the role of the employee                       physical work. Tasks included are:
     to be aware of hazards, in taking action                  opening/closing trailer doors, lifting dock
     and/or reporting hazards to the supervisor.               plates, over-reaching, team lifting, moving
     Covers many work areas (parking lot, floors,              pallets, squat stocking, pushing carts and
     checkouts, shelves, dairy cases, deli and                 cages, pulling carts, handling propane tanks
     produce departments, backroom), the types                 and repetitive motion. Ten steps to safe
     of hazards that employees may encounter,                  lifting and more strengthening exercises for
     and their prevention and control. Provides                shoulders, knees, legs and the back are
     examples of hazards employees can look                    part of the additional 20 minutes of this
     for when doing some of the following:                     program. NOTE: If you have existing back
     stocking and stacking goods; lifting; working             problems, please seek medical advice
     with equipment; working in the store,                     before doing the exercises shown. - J. J.
     backroom, and parking lot. Encourages                     Keller & Associates.
     employees to be familiar with safety rules,
     to take an active part in accident prevention        V255 BACK SAFETY FOR MECHANICS
     and to know the procedures when an                        (1/2" VHS 20 min. (additional 20 min.
     accident occurs. - Food Marketing Institute.              includes exercises) Color 1998
                                                               1 videocassette Training preparation guide
                                                               Employee exercise guide)
       Dr. Stephen Grennan covers how to do                         how a delivery van is different from a
       several jobs safely while Peter Panuska,                     regular car, how to compensate for the
       teacher and personal fitness trainer,                        delivery van differences, how to safely
       demonstrates stretching or strengthening                     operate the delivery van and proper
       exercises that can better prepare                            procedures for making deliveries. -
       mechanics to handle their physical work.                     Comprehensive Loss Management.
       Tasks included are: handling batteries and
       tires, lifting hoods, changing starters,              V259 BLOODBORNE PATHOGENS: CONTROL
       working on engines, handling air guns,                     YOUR EXPOSURE (Closed Captioned)
       working in tight spaces, team lifting, opening             (1/2" VHS 13 min. Color 1998
       and closing rear doors and getting in and                  1 videocassette Administrative materials
       out of vehicles. Ten steps to safe lifting and             guide Employee handbook)
       more strengthening exercises for shoulders,                Video portrays an employee receiving a
       legs and the back are part of the additional               post-exposure evaluation, and uses
       20 minutes of this program. NOTE: If you                   flashbacks to show the accident and
       have existing back problems, please seek                   highlight the issues. Program highlights:
       medical advice before doing the exercises                  definition of bloodborne pathogens, routes
       shown. - J. J. Keller & Associates.                        of transmission, exposure prevention
                                                                  methods, disease details on HIV, Hepatitis
V256 SAFE LIFTING IN THE WAREHOUSE                                B and Hepatitis C, vaccination information. -
     (1/2" VHS 20 min. Color 1998                                 Comprehensive Loss Management.
     1 videocassette Trainer’s manual)
     Program looks at the back structure; some               V260 TRAIN THE TRAINER: NEEDS
     reasons why back pain occurs; workplace                      ASSESSMENT AND OBJECTIVES
     hazards; how to identify, assess and control                 (Closed Captioned)
     these hazards; how to minimize the dangers                   (1/2" VHS 15 min. Color 1998
     of lifting; and some pointers on back                        1 videocassette Workbook)
     strengthening and stretching exercises.                      A trainer must first determine what type of
     NOTE: If you have existing back problems,                    issues he or she is facing and why training
     please seek medical advice before doing                      is necessary. This program will help you do
     the exercises shown. - Vocam USA LLC.                        just that. It includes identifying performance
                                                                  problems, interviews, and determining
V257 WORKPLACE VIOLENCE: THE CALM                                 training objectives. - Coastal Training
     BEFORE THE STORM                                             Technologies.
     (1/2" VHS 25 min. Color 1994
     1 videocassette Employee handbook)                      V261 TRAIN THE TRAINER: PLANNING AND
     Program will help supervisors and                            DESIGNING (Closed Captioned)
     employees identify the types and some                        (1/2" VHS 15 min. Color 1998
     warning signs of workplace violence. It also                 1 videocassette Workbook)
     covers the importance of developing a                        Provides steps in planning and designing
     workplace violence prevention program that:                  the learning events: taking stock of available
     assesses the general threat of violence,                     raw materials (e.g. overhead projector,
     encourages open communication on the                         videos, etc.), providing a good environment
     subject, develops policies and procedures                    for training, structuring the training program
     for handling acts of aggression and                          (e.g. programs need a beginning, middle
     implements training for employees and                        and an ending; selecting presentation
     management. Training should cover                            techniques; timing of breaks, etc.), setting
     recognizing and reporting threats, stress                    performance standards, and asking experts
     management, and conflict resolution and                      for help. - Coastal Training Technologies.
     diffusion. - Coastal Training Technologies.
                                                             V262 TRAIN THE TRAINER: MAKING
V258 SAFETY ON THE ROAD: DEFENSIVE                                LEARNING STICK (Closed Captioned)
     DRIVING FOR DELIVERY VANS                                    (1/2" VHS 17 min. Color 1998
     (1/2" VHS 17 min. Color 1999                                 1 videocassette Workbook)
     1 videocassette Instructor guide)                            To work toward effective training, trainers
     Video presents information on the following                  need to keep in mind: the principles of adult
     topics: how to perform a pre-trip inspection,                learning (immediacy, relevancy,
       involvement and feedback), the idea of                    grounds maintenance or outdoor
       taking small steps in training; the                       responsibilities. Covers the need for
       importance of student mastery of skills in                personal protective equipment; biting,
       the classroom, feedback for the trainee and               buzzing, stinging insects (e.g., mosquitos,
       the trainer, and transfer of learning from                bees, wasps, spiders); creeping, crawling,
       classroom to the job. - Coastal Training                  venomous critters; rodents and
       Technologies.                                             hantaviruses; and basic first aid for stings
                                                                 and bites. - Coastal Training Technologies.
     (Closed Captioned)                                   V267 HIGHWAY WORK ZONE SAFETY: THE
     (1/2" VHS 13 min. Color 1998                              BASICS
     1 videocassette Workbook)                                 (1/2" VHS 15 min. Color 1994
     Covers why you should evaluate your                       1 videocassette)
     training program and when; the differences                Emphasizes the importance of developing
     between formative and summative                           and implementing a traffic control plan for
     evaluation and when each should be used;                  work zone safety that takes into
     and what to do with the findings after                    consideration workers, drivers and
     evaluating your training program. - Coastal               pedestrians. Points to keep in mind include:
     Training Technologies.                                    be safety conscious; be visible; work zone
                                                               housekeeping; traffic control devices;
V264 FIRE PREVENTION: IT’S UP TO YOU                           slowing down traffic; detours and road
     (1/2" VHS 14 min. Color 1998                              closures; communication; flagging and
     1 videocassette Trainer’s guide)                          advance warning. - Coastal Training
     The program opens with dramatic scenes                    Technologies.
     from the devastating Meridian Building fire
     in Philadelphia. It poses a series of                V268 HEADS UP FOR SAFETY: OVERHEAD
     questions and answers regarding the                       DANGERS
     hazards most often responsible for fires, the             (1/2" VHS 5 min. Color 1989
     steps to take in the event of a fire, and                 1 videocassette)
     what employees and employers can do to                    Potential hazards often loom above, thus
     prevent fires in the workplace. - Business                the program reminds viewers the
     Training Systems.                                         importance of keeping an eye out and up for
                                                               hazards. Also encourages the use of
V265 MSDS: READ IT BEFORE YOU NEED IT                          personal protective equipment. - Safety
     (1/2" VHS 20 min. Color 1993                              Shorts.
     1 videocassette Leader’s guide Employee
     handbook)                                            V269 LOUISVILLE LADDER STEP-BY-STEP
     Aimed to train the viewer on how to use                   SAFETY TRAINING PROGRAM
     material safety data sheets (MSDS) by                     (1/2" VHS 17 min. Color 1994
     knowing the standard format and                           1 videocassette Facilitator’s handbook
     understanding the contents. In this                       Employee’s handbook)
     program, the sixteen sections of the MSDS                 To illustrate how ladder accidents occur and
     are grouped under four general headings for               how to prevent them, this video covers five
     better understanding: product information,                main points to keep in mind when using
     exposure situations, hazard prevention and                ladders, primarily step and extension
     personal protection, and other specific                   ladders. These points are: 1) Choose the
     information. - Coastal Training                           right ladder; 2) Inspect the ladder; 3) Set the
     Technologies.                                             ladder up properly; 4) Secure the ladder;
                                                               and 5) Climb the ladder and work safely. -
V266 GROUNDSKEEPING SAFETY: DEALINGS                           Louisville Ladder Corp.
     Captioned)                                           V270 GRINDING
     (1/2" VHS 16 min. Color 1999                               (1/2" VHS 6 min. Color 1990
     1 videocassette Employee handbook)                         1 videocassette Quiz)
     Program is designed especially for public                  Briefly presents the importance of pre-
     works, utility, government employees or                    operation set up, proper handling and
     anyone whose job function includes                         selection of grinding wheels and safe work
       practices to follow when grinding (e.g. use                 injuries, symptoms that may require medical
       of personal protective equipment, safe                      attention, and back exercises. NOTE:
       guards in place and concentration on job at                 Employees with existing back problems
       hand). - Valley Videos, Summit Training                     should seek medical advice before doing
       Source.                                                     the exercises shown. The use of back
                                                                   braces is mentioned, but not to prevent
V271 NIPPING                                                       back injuries and not as a substitute for
     (1/2" VHS 6 min. Color 1990                                   good body mechanics. - Video
     1 videocassette Quiz)                                         Communications, Coastal Training
     Video demonstrates proper machine                             Technologies.
     guarding and identifies common nip points
     to help the viewer understand the potential            V275 FORKLIFT SAFETY FOR
     hazards that may lead to injuries. - Valley                 CONSTRUCTION
     Videos, Summit Training Source.                             (1/2" VHS 22 min. Color 1999
                                                                 1 videocassette Instructor’s Guide Training
V272 SLIPS, TRIPS & FALLS: SERVICE                               preparation guide Training Log Construction
     INDUSTRY VERSION                                            Forklift Operator’s Daily Checklist
     (1/2" VHS 6 min. Color 1990                                 Operator’s handbook)
     1 videocassette Quiz)                                       Program’s aim is to explain the importance
     Covers the following: leading causes of slip                of and demonstrate the safe operation of
     and fall injuries (slippery surface conditions,             rough terrain vehicles on the construction
     improper storage of items, improper                         site. Topics covered include: knowing the
     footwear, and misuse of ladders); the role of               type of vehicle being used (its differences,
     good housekeeping in preventing accidents;                  capabilities, etc.); pre-operational
     and the importance of being aware of your                   inspections; maintenance issues associated
     environment. - Valley Videos, Summit                        with the performance of rough terrain
     Training Source.                                            vehicles; loading, carrying, driving with and
                                                                 unloading loads (load charts, stability
V273   EMERGENCY EVACUATION: GETTING                             triangle, load capacity, delivering loads to
       OUT ALIVE (Closed Captioned)                              scaffolds, etc.); other hazards, such as
       (1/2" VHS 16 min. Color 2000                              rough, uneven terrain; pedestrians,
       1 videocassette Employee handbook)                        overhead power lines and other obstacles;
       Stresses the importance of preparation,                   other vehicles; large loads that interfere with
       training and drills in responding to an                   one’s view, etc. - J.J. Keller & Associates.
       emergency. In any emergency, the
       following steps are involved: RACE -                 V276 SHIFTWORK: CIRCADIAN SURVIVAL
       rescue, alarm, confine and evacuate.                      (1/2" VHS 20 min. Color 1998
       Although specific procedures vary for each                1 videocassette Employee handbook)
       workplace, the video illustrates what to do               Provides suggestions to help the shift
       when the emergency alarm sounds and how                   worker adjust and minimize difficulties.
       to respond in particular emergencies (fires,              Examples include the need for an
       hazardous material releases, earthquakes                  awareness of the body clock, using
       and explosions.)- Coastal Training                        consistent time cues, getting the right
       Technologies.                                             amount and quality of sleep, follow a diet
                                                                 and exercise plan to fit the work schedule,
V274 BACK SAFETY FOR LANDSCAPE,                                  and make good communication and family
     MAINTENANCE & CUSTODIAL                                     time a priority. - Coastal Training
     WORKERS (Closed Captioned)                                  Technologies Corp.
     (1/2" VHS 18 min. Color 1996
     1 videocassette)                                       V277 ERGONOMICS: THE 24-HOUR BODY
     Provides basic steps that workers can follow                (Closed Captioned)
     to avoid back injuries, primarily those                     (1/2" VHS 18 min. Color 1998
     resulting when lifting and carrying. Topics                 1 videocassette Employee handbook)
     include body mechanics, lifting loads above                 From the perspective that you use your
     the shoulder, lifting and turning, pushing                  body 24 hours a day, this program teaches
     loads, 2 person lifts, use of mechanical                    employees how to use the ergonomic
     devices (e.g., hand trucks, carts), common                  principles at work and when working at
       home. Covers how the back works, how to                      1 videocassette)
       use good body mechanics throughout the                       Covers how we hear, how loud noise affects
       day, how to protect your body when doing                     hearing, conductive and sensorineural
       weekend chores, how to stay in the “safety                   hearing loss, and the use of hearing
       zone”, and how to relax and sleep correctly.                 protection. Also demonstrates what a
       - Coastal Training Technologies Corp.                        person with conductive and sensorineural
                                                                    hearing loss hears. - Liberty Mutual/Summit
V278 PROCESS SAFETY MANAGEMENT:                                     Training Source.
     (1/2" VHS 22 min. Color 1995                            V281 SAFETY ORIENTATION: IT TAKES A
     1 videocassette Facilitator guide Employee                   WINNING ATTITUDE
     handbook)                                                    (1/2" VHS 18 min. Color 1996
     Provides a concise overview of process                       1 videocassette Employee handbook)
     safety management, a pro-active approach                     This program presents some of the general
     to the prevention of uncontrolled releases of                hazards that occur in the workplace and
     hazardous chemicals, which can cause                         how to protect yourself from them. You will
     serious injuries and extensive property                      learn the importance of using different types
     damage to the facility and the surrounding                   of personal protective equipment, how you
     community. Video briefly covers the 14                       can protect your back and how to prevent
     elements in OSHA’s Process Safety                            accidental slips, trips and falls. You will also
     Management Standard (e.g., employee                          receive some instruction in hazard
     participation, process hazard analysis,                      communication, the dangers of bloodborne
     management of change, operating                              pathogens, lockout/tagout procedures and
     procedures, employee training, incident                      the basics of fire safety. - Coastal Video
     investigation, emergency planning &                          Communications Corp.
     response, audits, etc.) - Summit Training
     Source.                                                 V282 ORDER PICKER SAFETY
                                                                  (1/2" VHS 9 min. Color 1998
V279 WORKPLACE VIOLENCE: FIRST LINE                               1 videocassette Administrative materials
     OF DEFENSE (Closed Captioned)                                guide Employee handbook)
     (1/2" VHS 30 min. Color 1994                                 Focuses on how an order picker works, how
     1 videocassette Facilitator’s guide                          to perform a pre-use inspection, and how to
     Participant’s guide)                                         operate an order picker safely, including the
     The goals of this program are: 1) to make                    use of fall protection. - Comprehensive Loss
     every organization aware of the potential for                Management, Inc.
     violence in the workplace, 2) to increase the
     ability to recognize the early warning signs            V283 REACH TRUCK SAFETY
     of a potentially violent person or situation, 3)             (1/2" VHS 8 min. Color 1998
     to show how to record incidents indicative of                1 videocassette Administrative materials
     a potential problem, and 4) to encourage                     guide Employee handbook)
     employees to report suspicious incidents to                  Focuses on how a reach truck works, how
     the right channels. Emphasizing the                          to perform a pre-use inspection, and how to
     necessity for employers to be prepared to                    operate a reach truck safely.-
     respond to and manage incidents of                           Comprehensive Loss Management, Inc.
     potential and actual workplace violence, the
     second part of the video covers designing a             V284 POWERED PALLET JACK SAFETY
     management response. This program uses                       (1/2" VHS 8 min. Color 1998
     an interview with a convicted perpetrator as                 1 Videocassette Administrative materials
     well as a compelling dramatization to                        guide Employee handbook)
     communicate the impact of this problem and                   Focuses on how a walkie and walkie-rider
     can be used to train supervisory and                         works, how to perform a pre-use inspection,
     management level personnel and also                          and how to operate a powered pallet jack
     employees. - Kenwood Group/Costal                            safely.- Comprehensive Loss Management,
     Training Technologies.                                       Inc.

     (1/2" VHS 13 min. Color 1995                                 (1/2" VHS 12 min. Color 1995
       1 videocassette Administrative materials                   an ergonomic task analysis and ergonomic
       guide Employee handbook)                                   improvements, medical management and
       Focuses on how a forklift works overing                    monitoring progress. - Comprehensive Loss
       rated capacity and stability, how to perform               Management, Inc.
       a pre-use inspection, and how to operate a
       forklift safely, which includes picking up,         V289 DELIVERING THE GOODS
       traveling with, and putting down loads;                  (1/2" VHS 14 min. Color 2001
       stopping; parking and working with docks on              1 videocassette Facilitator’s guide
       trucks. - Comprehensive Loss Management,                 Employee handbook)
       Inc.                                                     Route sales and delivery work involves
                                                                moving large quantities of products from the
V286 RISK ASSESSMENT FOR INDUSTRY                               supplier to the distributor or client. This
     (1/2" VHS 16 min. Color 1999                               program reviews route sales and delivery
     1 videocassette Training guide)                            risk factors and identifies the potential
     This program is designed to help employers                 hazards workers may encounter. It includes
     minimize injury in the workplace by taking                 how to lift and prepare your body for activity,
     action prior to accidents occurring. To                    the correct lifting methods, how to plan for
     establish a sound risk assessment policy or                the job, and safe work practices.- Summit
     system with special emphasis on industrial                 Training Source.
     worksites, it recommends a simple 3-step
     risk identification system. Step 1: Identify          V290 THE ESSENTIALS ELEMENTS OF HAND
     the Hazards (e.g. examining past accidents,                SAFETY
     doing regular workplace inspections,                       (1/2" VHS 13 min. Color 1996
     creating a hazard report sheet and checklist               1 videocassette Training Course Manual)
     unique to your worksite). Step 2: Assess the               This program looks at mechanical,
     Risks (deciding the likelihood that a                      chemical, thermal and general hazards to
     particular hazard or issue will cause harm,                hands. In addition, accident prevention
     prioritizing the risks). Step 3: Control the               measures (elimination, substitution,
     Risks (taking action to eliminate the hazard               administrative controls, engineering
     e.g. elimination, substitution, isolation,                 controls), the use of personal protective
     engineering controls, administrative                       equipment, the importance of safe work
     controls, personal protective equipment). -                practices are addressed. NOTE: Shows
     Vocam USA LLC.                                             graphic shots of different types of hand
                                                                injuries and illnesses (e.g. cuts,
V287 ELEMENTS OF ERGONOMICS: BASICS                             amputations, dermatitis, etc.). - Safetycare
     OF ERGONOMICS (Closed Captioned)                           Inc.
     (1/2" VHS 9 min. Color 1995
     1 videocassette Administrative materials              V291 THE RESPECTIFUL WORKPLACE:
     guide Employee handbook)                                   OPENING THE RIGHT DOORS (Closed
     Designed for employees, the video covers                   Captioned)
     basics of ergonomics, cumulative trauma                    (1/2" VHS 25 min. Color 1994
     disorder risk factors (repetition, force and               1 videocassette Facilitator’s guide)
     posture), and some quick fixes or                          Focuses, not on the spectacular and rare
     ergonomic improvements. - Comprehensive                    instances of lethal workplace violence, but
     Loss Management, Inc.                                      on the more prevalent daily occurrences of
                                                                hostility, intimidation, harassment and other
V288 ELEMENTS OF ERGONOMICS:                                    damaging behavior. The perpetrators and
     ELEMENTS OF AN ERGONOMICS                                  victims are employees, managers, and
     PROGRAM (Closed Captioned)                                 customers. Areas covered are defining of
     (1/2" VHS 14 min. Color 1995                               organizational values that are the
     1 videocassette Administrative materials                   foundation in the creation of a respectful
     guide)                                                     workplace; identifying our “hot buttons”;
     Designed for supervisors, managers,                        taking individual responsibility for
     engineering personnel and ergonomics                       eliminating these damaging behaviors; and
     team members. The video covers elements                    gaining skills in defusing hostile situations
     of an ergonomics program, role of                          and in dispute resolution. - Quality Media
     management in communication, basics of                     Resources/Dynamic Training Media.
V292 THE RESPECTFUL WORKPLACE:                                     trips and falls may occur and prevention
     DEFUSING HOSTILITY THROUGH                                    measures (e.g. parking lots, sidewalks,
     CUSTOMER SERVICE (Closed                                      entrances, aisles, food & beverage service
     Captioned)                                                    areas, restrooms, receiving areas). Also
     (1/2" VHS 25 min. Color 1994                                  goes over proactive accident prevention
     1 videocassette Facilitator’s guide)                          (recognizing hazards and taking appropriate
     This video takes a strong customer service                    action), and procedures for responding to
     training approach to the issue of working                     accidents. - Comprehensive Loss
     with hostile customers. Important                             Management.
     communication skills are taught which help
     employees in their attempts to turn difficult          V296 DANCING ALONE
     customer service challenges around.                         (1/2" VHS 11 min. Color 1996
     However, where abusive customers cross                      1 videocassette Instructional Guide)
     the lines of acceptable behavior, employees                 Tells the true, touching story of Joe
     are empowered to put their physical and                     Gutkowski, a man who lost his life in an on-
     emotional safety first. - Quality Media                     the-job fall and of the effect his death had
     Resources/Dynamic Training Media.                           on his family and friends. - The National
                                                                 Erectors Association.
     MANAGING HARMONY (Closed                               V297 PROTECTING YOUR FEET: LEARNING
     Captioned)                                                  THE ABC’S (Closed Captioned)
     (1/2" VHS 26 min. color 1994                                (1/2" VHS 18 min. Color 1993, 1997
     1 videocassette Facilitator’s guide)                        1 videocassette Employee handbook)
     Defines the role leaders must play in                       Explains the ABC’s of foot protection to
     creating and supporting a non-violent,                      reduce the chances of incurring foot injuries
     respectful workplace. Also explores the                     on the job, i.e., always be thinking ahead,
     organizational costs of inappropriate                       be sure your workplace is neat and orderly
     behavior, diffusing hostile situations,                     as possible, and cover your feet with the
     aligning policy and behavior with the                       proper safety shoes or boots. Covers some
     organization’s values, how conflict can be a                of the hazards that lead to foot injuries, the
     positive force, and the organization’s                      different types and ratings of safety shoes
     responsibility to provide effective avenues                 and foot protection and foot care at work
     for dispute resolution. - Quality Media                     and home. - Coastal Video Communications
     Resources/Dynamic Training Media.                           Corp.

     (HOTEL VERSION)                                             SHOULDERS
     (1/2" VHS 14 min. Color 1999                                (1/2" VHS 9 min. Color 1995, 2001
     1 videocassette Instructor guide)                           1 videocassette Handout)
     Covers the mechanics and causes of slips,                   Shows some of the causes of shoulder,
     trips, and falls; identifies areas where slips,             neck and back aches and what can be done
     trips and falls may occur and prevention                    to reduce physical stress caused by doing
     measures (e.g. parking lots, sidewalks,                     the same motions repeatedly, working in
     entrances, lobbies and hallways, food &                     awkward positions or using excessive force
     beverage areas, restrooms, pools, kitchen,                  and lifting improperly. - Coastal Training
     back area where deliveries are made). Also                  Technologies Corp.
     includes recognizing hazards and taking
     appropriate action, procedures for                     V299 ERGONOMICS: SAFE PATIENT
     responding to accidents and footwear. -                     TRANSFER (Closed Captioned)
     Comprehensive Loss Management.                              (1/2" VHS 16 min. Color 2001
                                                                 1 videocassette Employee handbook)
V295 PREVENTING SLIPS, TRIPS AND FALLS                           Covers how to recognize those risky tasks,
     (RETAIL VERSION)                                            patients and locations involving the handling
     (1/2" VHS 17 min. Color 1999                                of patients by healthcare workers and steps
     1 videocassette Instructor guide)                           to protect one’s back from injuries.
     Covers the mechanics and causes of slips,                   Suggestions include limiting the number of
     trips, and falls; identifies areas where slips,             lifts, the use of mechanical assistive devices
       (e.g. gait belts, lifts, friction reducers, slide               place to say something. This video
       boards, walkers, shower chairs, trapeze                         emphasizes that every person has the right
       bars, safety rails), and guidelines for special                 and the responsibility to give feedback when
       transfers (e.g. repositioning, lateral and car                  they see someone doing something that
       transfers). - Coastal Training Technologies                     isn’t safe. It also points out three simple
       Corp.                                                           steps to give respectful and effective
                                                                       feedback: 1) ASK (why they are doing what
V300 THE FIRST THIRTY SECONDS: THE SAFE                                they are and ask if you can share your
     USE OF FIRE EXTINGUISHERS                                         concerns with them) 2) GET A
     (1/2" VHS 13 min. Color 1998                                      COMMITMENT work together to find a safer
     1 videocassette Trainer’s guide)                                  way and ask them to make a commitment to
     Knowing when not to fight a fire is just as                       work safely) and 3) FOLLOW-UP (check to
     important as knowing when and how. Fire                           see if they’re working safely, don’t
     size-up questions are explained to lead the                       give up if they’re not, and offer positive
     viewer through this critical aspect of safe                       feedback if they are). - CoreMedia Training
     fire extinguisher use. The program                                Solutions.
     describes how to best use an extinguisher
     and when not to use it. The PASS                           V303 PIECING IT TOGETHER:
     procedure is demonstrated as well as                            ACCIDENT/INCIDENT INVESTIGATION
     various classifications of fire. - Business                     AND ROOT CAUSE ANALYSIS
     Training Systems.                                               (1/2" VHS 18 min./8 min. Color 1997
                                                                     1 videocassette Trainer’s guide)
V301 COMMUNICATING SAFETY                                            Part 1 (Office/Manufacturing Setting) covers
     (1/2" VHS 17 min. Color 1999                                    the responsibilities of persons involved in
     1 videocassette Training guide)                                 the incident/ accident investigation, the
     The behavior of a worker is often a factor                      investigation process, making of
     that brings about the conditions that lead to                   recommendations, the accident
     accidents. By changing the way one thinks                       investigation report and follow-up. Part 2
     about accidents, one can change his or her                      (Motor Vehicle Accident/Incident
     behavior and thus avoid an accident. An                         Investigation) includes the following:
     important first step is to understand what an                   advance preparation and training, driver
     accident is, and then to learn how                              conduct at the scene, accident reporting,
     knowledge about accidents can be                                investigation procedures and post
     communicated among everyone in the                              accident/incident interviews. Throughout the
     workplace. Everyone has a role to play in                       program the importance of identifying
     communicating safety. Other steps covered                       causal factors and corrective accidents are
     are: reporting accidents and near-misses;                       stressed as the keys to preventing future
     caring about safety and being proactive;                        accidents. - Business Training Systems.
     establishing and following work and
     maintenance procedures; maintaining good                   V304 RESPIRATORY PROTECTION: ANOTHER
     housekeeping practices; and                                     WORLD (Closed Captioned)
     communicating during shift changes.                             (1/2" VHS 22 min. Color 1995, 1998
     People are made aware how stress,                               1 videocassette Leader’s guide)
     distractions and over-confidence can cause                      This program will cover: hazardous
     accidents and new workers are encouraged                        atmospheres on the job; respirator types
     to ask questions rather than attempt                            and selection; employer’s written
     potentially harmful tasks without proper                        Respiratory Protection Plan; medical
     instruction. - Vocam USA                                        evaluation; fit-testing; respirator
                                                                     maintenance, which includes inspection,
V302 SPEAK UP! COMMIT TO GIVE                                        cleaning and storage. - Coastal Training
     FEEDBACK                                                        Technologies Corp.
     (1/2" VHS 10 min. Color 2001
     1 videocassette Leader’s guide)                            V305 BOOMLIFTS IN CONSTRUCTION
     Employees often feel anxious about pointing                     (1/2” VHS 10 min. Color 1996
     out unsafe behaviors to coworkers. They                         1 videocassette)
     worry about how the other person will                            Includes a startup walk around inspection
     respond or, they may think that it’s not their
       of a straight mast telescope lift (JLG); the                  playing on the Notre Dame football team. –
       content of training; hazards (e.g.                            Coastal Training Technologies Corp.
       obstructions, stability, electricity); safe
       operating procedures (e.g. knowledge of                V309 LIFTING AND CARRYING
       controls, use of personal protective                        (1/2” VHS 10 min. Color 1990
       protection, driving to the worksite); common                1 videocassette Trainer’s manual)
       lifting principles (rated load capacity,                    This video is divided into 3 sections: the
       leverage, and center of gravity).                           role of the spine in back injuries (severity,
       Recommends the need to read and follow                      disc injuries, muscle & ligament injuries);
                                                                   lifting & carrying techniques (preparation,
       manufacturer’s instructions. – Coastal
                                                                   steps for lifting, team lifting, adequate
       Training Technologies Corp.                                 vision, mechanical lifting devices); factors
                                                                   governing manual lifting (nature of the load,
V306 SCISSOR LIFTS IN CONSTRUCTION                                 working conditions, personal limitations). –
      (1/2” VHS 9 min. Color 1996                                  SafetyCare.
      1 videocassette)
      Covers a prestart walk around inspection;               V310 LEADERSHIP SKILLS FOR SAFETY:
      training needed for operators; controls of                    SUPERVISOR TRAINING
      the lift; hazards (e.g. stability, obstructions,              (1/2” VHS 25 min. Color 2001
      high voltage); safe operating procedures.                     1 videocassette Facilitator’s guide
      Recommends the need to read and follow                        Employee handbook)
      the manufacturer’s instructions. – Coastal                    Besides improving productivity, quality,
      Training Technologies Corp.                                   waste reduction, team leaders, project
                                                                    managers, and supervisors are also
V307 CONSTRUCTION CONFINED SPACE                                    responsible for the safe work practices of
      ENTRY                                                         their employees. This video provides skills
      (1/2” VHS 10 min. Color 1992                                  and effective and proven ways for those in
      1 videocassette)                                              leadership roles to create a safe work
      Good overview for preparation of working in                   environment and to encourage positive
      confined spaces. This video identifies                        worker attitudes toward safety (covers
      confined space hazards, the OSHA                              hazard recognition, accident investigation,
      confined space permit program, and duties                     job safety analysis and effective
      of the entry team. - Coastal Training                         communication). It also explains the
      Technologies Corp.                                            important role safety plays in their
                                                                    company’s success. – Summit Training
V308 RUDY: SAFETY TAKES COURAGE                                     Source.
     (1/2” VHS 16 min. Color 2002
     1 videocassette Leader’s guide Employee                  V311 ELECTRICAL SAFETY: `
     handbook)                                                     CONTROLLING THE HAZARDS
     Designed to educate employees that                            (1/2" VHS 13 min. Color 2002
     accidents do not have to happen and that                      1 videocassette Facilitator's guide
     thinking pro-actively can prevent accidents.                  Employee handbook)
     Emphasizes four characteristics that can                      Covers how electricity works, electrical
     help prevent accidents: visualization                         hazards and how it affects your body, and
     (seeing yourself performing work tasks                        safe practices to reduce or eliminate your
     safely); character (doing the right thing and                 risk. The electrical hazards mentioned
     caring about safety), courage (to choose to                   include contact with power lines, missing or
     work safely when others don’t agree with                      broken path to ground, lack of ground fault
     you or give you a hard time) and                              protection and using extension cords or
     responsibility (to value our life for our                     electrical tools improperly. - Summit
     sake and the sake of our loved ones).                         Training Source.
Note: It was a workplace accident that motivated              V312 LADDER SAFETY: TAKE THE RIGHT
       Rudy Ruettiger, against seemingly                           STEPS
       impossible odds, to reach for his dream of                  (1/2" VHS 13 min. Color 2001
       1 videocassette Facilitator's guide                      hazards, and best safety practices (e.g.
       Employee handbook)                                       knowing the operation of the press, use of
       Program teaches about proper ladder                      personal protective equipment, importance
       selection for the job, inspecting ladders                of machine guards and engineering
       before use, proper setup and angle,                      controls, lockout/tagout, good
       climbing techniques, and appropriate                     housekeeping). - Summit Training Source.
       maintenance and storage. Professional
       stunt people demonstrate falls that result        V317 CONSTRUCTION SAFETY ESSENTIALS
       when ladders are not properly used. -                   (1/2" VHS 24 min. Color 2001
       Summit Training Source.                                 1 videocassette Training guide)
                                                               Video presents some of the different types
V313 ELEMENTS OF BACK CARE (GENERAL                            of hazards found on the jobsite and
     INDUSTRY)                                                 suggests practical ways to work safely.
     1/2" VHS 14 min. Color 2000                               Hazards covered include housekeeping,
     1 videocassette Administrative                            working at heights, electricity, tools and
     materials Employee handbook)                              machinery, personal protective equipment,
     To teach employees how to properly care                   confined spaces, the elements, manual
     for their backs and prevent injuries.                     lifting and others. - Vocam USA LLC.
     Program highlights include: the basic
     function and design of the back; body               V318 HAZARD COMMUNICATION FOR RETAIL
     mechanics and movement; importance of                    (1/2" VHS 13 min. Color 2002
     periodic stretching throughout the day; and              1 videocassette Facilitator's guide
     various stretches and exercises. NOTE:                   Employee handbook)
     Employees should check with their                        Retail workers may face the risk of injury
     healthcare professional if they have                     and illness due to improper storage,
     questions about doing demonstrated                       handling, and exposure of hazardous
     stretches and exercises. - Comprehensive                 chemicals and materials, such as paint,
     Loss Management, Inc.                                    solvents, detergents, bleach. As part of a
                                                              hazard communication program, this video
V314 WORKING WITH STRESS                                      covers types of chemical hazards, how to
     (1/2" VHS 17 min. Color 2002                             reduce or eliminate exposure, labeling
     1 videocassette NIOSH Pub. 99-101)                       systems, material safety data sheets, and
     Brief overview of causes, effects on workers             safe handling of hazardous materials. -
     and organizations, and prevention of job                 Summit Training Source.
     stress. Provides two case studies of stress
     management programs. - National Institute           V319 SLIPS, TRIPS AND FALLS: KEEPING A
     for Occupational Safety and Health.                      STEP AHEAD (Closed Captioned)
                                                              (1/2" VHS 14 min. Color 2001
V315 EMERGENCY ACTION PLAN: CRISIS                            1 videocassette Facilitator's guide
     UNDER CONTROL                                            Employee handbook)
     (Closed Captioned)                                       Causes of slips, trips and falls, a significant
     (1/2" VHS 16 min. Color 2001                             source of injuries and even deaths on the
     1 videocassette Employee handout)                        job; preventive measures; when, where, and
     Covers some of the basics of an emergency                how to use fall protection; techniques to
     action plan, such as plan organization,                  avoid slips, trips, and falls; and safe work
     communication, medical services, alarm                   practices are the subjects of this program. -
     and evacuation, assembly and check-in,                   Summit Training Source.
     drills and practice, personal responsibility
     and watchfulness. - Coastal Training                V320 LISTEN UP! COMMIT TO RECEIVE
     Technologies Corp.
                                                               1/2" VHS 9 min. Color 2002
                                                               1 videocassette Leader's guide Program
     (1/2" VHS 11 min. Color 2002
     1 videocassette Facilitator's guide
                                                               The purpose of this program is to help
     Employee handbook)
                                                               employees learn how to respond to safety-
     Program includes information on the basic
                                                               related feedback they receive from others.
     operations of power presses, potential
       It emphasizes that no matter how feedback                   Part 1 of the “Supervisor Training on
       is delivered, everyone has the responsibility               Managing Safety” series. Safety
       to listen and to commit to correcting unsafe                accountability is introduced through a
       behaviors. - CoreMedia Training Solutions.                  storyline involving three supervisors. It
                                                                   contrasts 2 organizations --- one that has
V321 PREVENTION OF EYE DAMAGE                                      implemented accountability and one that
     (1/2" VHS 22 min. Color 1997                                  hasn’t---and the result is a study of what the
     1 videocassette Trainer's guide)                              significant differences could mean to your
     The need to assess particular eye hazards                     organization. – CoreMedia Training
     and choose the correct eye protection is a                    Solutions.
     critical aspect of eye safety and is dealt with
     in this video by showing a variety of work             V325 ON THE FRONT LINE: DEFINE
     scenarios which require the viewer to                       (1/2” VHS 16 min. Color 2000
     assess the appropriate eye protection                       1 videocassette Leader’s guide Workbook)
     requirements. Also included are sections                    Part 2 of the “Supervisor Training on
     on: how the eye works; workplace eye                        Managing Safety” series, this program
     hazards; how to identify, assess and control                explains that clearly defined safety-related
     eye hazards; maintenance of eye                             behaviors or activities are the foundation of
     protection; welding and laser safety; what to               an accountability system. It also covers
     do in an eye emergency. - Vocam USA LLC                     how to identify the roles of each person in
                                                                 the organization and what each is
V322 POWERED HAND TOOL SAFETY                                    responsible for. – CoreMedia Training
     (1/2" VHS 18 min. Color 2001                                Solutions.
     1 videocassette Trainer's guide)
     Explains general safety principles related to          V326 ON THE FRONT LINE: MEASURE AND
     the use of a wide range of electric and                     REWARD
     pneumatic tools, as well as risks, safety                   (1/2” VHS 16 min. Color 2000
     procedures and personal protective                          1 videocassette Leader’s guide Workbook)
     equipment applicable to particular tools.                   Part 3 of the “Supervisor Training on
     Topics covered include: tools skills; electric              Managing Safety” series. Through a
     hand tools; sanders and routers; circular                   firsthand experience, the supervisor
     saws; angle grinders; drills; pneumatic tools;              demonstrates how measuring and
     dangers of the work environment. - Vocam                    rewarding safe work activities has led to a
     USA LLC                                                     safe, productive work environment. –
                                                                 CoreMedia Training Solutions.
     (1/2" VHS 14 min. Color 2002                           V327 ANCHORAGES: MAKE THE
     1 videocassette Facilitator guide Employee                  CONNECTION (Closed Captioned)
     handbook)                                                   (1/2” VHS 17 min. Color 1992
     Program provides a guide to working safely                  1 videocassette Employee handbook)
     with hydrogen sulfide (H2S) in its gas and                  Even the best fall protection is useless
     liquid forms. Topics covered include: what                  without proper anchorage. This video
     is hydrogen sulfide; potential hazards;                     provides general rules for identifying
     working safely around H2S; personal                         anchorage points and guidelines for safe
     protective equipment; emergency response                    hook-up. Topics include strength of
     procedures. The practices presented are                     anchorage points, the swing fall, roll-out,
     primarily for persons working in the                        rescue, confined space and others. –
     petrochemical, natural gas, utilities,                      Coastal Training Technologies.
     wastewater treatment, paper and pulp, and
     other related industries who face risk of              V328 BLOODBORNE PATHOGENS: A
     exposure. - Summit Training Source.                         SHARPER IMAGE (Closed Captioned)
                                                                 (1/2” VHS 19 min. Color 2003
V324 ON THE FRONT LINE: WHY SAFETY                               1 videocassette Employee handbook)
     ACCOUNTABILITY?                                             Program offers a concise look at the
     (1/2” VHS 17 min. Color 2000                                transmission, treatment and prevention of
     1 videocassette Leader’s guide Workbook)                    bloodborne pathogens, specifically hepatitis
                                                                 B, hepatitis C and HIV. Covers the
       Exposure Control Plan that is required if            V332 CRANES, HOISTS AND SLINGS
       employees are exposed to bloodborne                       (1/2” VHS 17 min. Color 1999
       pathogens and some of the requirements,                   1 videocassette Training guide)
       e.g., personal protective equipment, safe                 Explains the safe use of cranes, hoists and
       work practices and sharps safety. – Coastal               slings with reference to lifting procedures.
       Training Technologies                                     Emphasizes pre-operational and operational
                                                                 checks; worksite and load assessment;
V329 COMPRESSED AIR SAFETY                                       hand signals; lifting capabilities; crane
     (1/2” VHS 15 min. Color 2001                                competence certificates. Also covers how
     1 videocassette Leader’s guide)                             to carry out damage inspections, handling,
     Stresses the importance of working safely                   direct lifts, multi-legged slings, and the use
     with compressed air (4 incidents are shown                  and maintenance of accessories, such as
     to illustrate the injuries that can result from             chains, flat webbing and round slings. –
     the improper use of compressed air).                        Vocam USA LLC.
     Topics include dangers of cleaning with
     compressed air, how compressed air can                 V333 NEEDLESTICK PREVENTION:
     injure the human body, use of personal                      STICK TO SAFETY (Closed Captioned)
     protective equipment (e.g. safety glasses,                  (1/2” VHS 12 min. Color 2002
     hearing protection), inspection and                         1 videocassette Employee handbook)
     maintenance of compressed air equipment                      For healthcare workers, this program
     and components of compressed air                            covers facts on HBV, HCV, and HIV;
     systems. – American Training Resources.                     information on HBV vaccination; five
                                                                 safety rules of sharps safety – get
V330 I CHOSE TO LOOK THE OTHER WAY                               vaccinated against the hepatitis B virus,
     (1/2” VHS 12 min. Color 2003                                treat any used sharp as a dangerous sharp,
     1 videocassette Leader’s guide)                             use sharp safety devices, follow safe-
     Tells the story of an employee who failed to                handling techniques with all sharps and
     speak up when witnessing an unsafe act.                     dispose of sharps safely; what to do if you
     By choosing to “look the other way,” he                     are stuck. – Coastal Training Technologies
     allowed the needless death of a co-worker                   Corp.
     to occur. Based on the popular safety poem
     by Don Merrell, this program shows how                 V334 WORKING SAFELY AT HEIGHT
     speaking up about unsafe acts, even to a                    (1/2” VHS 17 min. Color 2003
     co-worker who expressed his anger at being                  1 videocassette Training guide)
     reminded about safety, can save lives and                   Program shows how to prevent falls through
     help develop a positive safety culture. –                   risk assessment and the use of control
     American Training Resources.                                measures. Provides examples of potential
                                                                 hazards at job sites and features safety
V331 R.E.P.O.R.T. IT! NEAR MISS                                  issues and procedures for equipment used
     REPORTING                                                   to work at heights, such as scaffolds, fall
     (1/2” VHS 15 min. Color 2000                                arrest systems, ladders and trestles, and
     1 videocassette Facilitator guide Participant               elevated work platforms. – Vocam USA
     guide)                                                      LLC.
     Training package for supervisors who want
     to train team leaders in the Near Miss                 V335 SHOCK PROOF: QUALIFIED EMPLOYEE
     Reporting process. Covers what near miss                    (1/2” VHS 21 min. Color 2004
     reporting is, why it is important and the                   1 videocassette Employee handbook
     R.E.P.O.R.T. steps in the process (i.e.,                    Facilitator’s guide)
     Recognize a potential incident and address                  Areas covered include: electrical hazards
     the immediate danger, Enter information on                  faced by qualified employees; safety
     a form and get it to a supervisor, Perform                  procedures necessary to reduce risk of
     any corrective action, Offer information to
                                                                 injury from hazards, such as those for
     co-workers, Reinforce the reporting by
     giving feedback to employees and Track                      lockout/tagout; best safety practices for
     reports to uncover areas that need                          working on or near live electricity, including
     attention. – CoreMedia Training Solutions.                  the use of personal protective equipment,
                                                                 proper tools, ground fault circuit interrupters,
       ladders, job briefing, maintaining approach                demolishing, repairing or maintaining
       boundary distances, etc. – Summit Training                 structures, this video covers asbestos
       Source.                                                    exposure assessments and monitoring,
                                                                  respiratory protection and regulated areas,
V336 SHOCK PROOF: UNQUALIFIED                                     as well as requirements, such as the four
     EMPLOYEE                                                     asbestos work classes, containment
     (1/2” VHS 17 min. Color 2004                                 enclosures and duties of the competent
     1 videocassette Employee handbook                            person. – Coastal Training Technologies.
     Facilitator’s guide)
     The program for the unqualified employee              V340 UNSAFE ACTS
     covers why electricity is hazardous, how to                (1/2” VHS 15 min. Color 2003
     recognize common electrical hazards, and                   1 videocassette User’s guide)
     how to prevent electrical accidents and                    Included in the program are the
     injuries. – Summit Training Source.                        following: a definition of the term “unsafe
                                                                acts”; factors or causes which lead to
V337 PORTABLE POWER TOOLS,                                      unsafe acts, e.g. lack of knowledge, lack of
     VOLUME IV                                                  job training, lack of concentration, physical
     (1/2” VHS 21 min. Color 1992                               limitations and fatigue; outcomes of unsafe
     1 videocassette)                                           acts; and strategy to reduce the number of
     The first part of the video reviews some                   unsafe acts that occur. – SafetyCare, Inc.
     general safety guidelines (e.g. personal
     protective equipment, electrical safety,              V341 S.T.A.R.T. II THE WAY WE WORK:
     securing working materials). Covered in the                MODULE 1
     second part are the features and                           (1/2” VHS 17 min. Color 1991
     operational techniques of the following                    1 videocassette Trainer’s guide)
     portable woodworking power tools:                          This Supervisor Training In Accident
     sanders, drills, routers and planers. – Siegel             Reduction Techniques (START) program is
     & Associates.                                              designed for supervisors to implement a
                                                                safety culture when training employees.
V338 CONVEYOR SAFETY IN THE                                     This module sets the stage for
     WORKPLACE                                                  understanding a safety culture by taking a
     (1/2” VHS 18 min. Color 2002                               realistic look at how people live and work
     1 videocassette Leader’s guide)                            together. Some topics covered include:
     Video discusses some of the hazards of                     personal responsibility for safety, personal
     working with and around conveyors and                      value of safety, employee impact on safety
     features some personal stories involving                   culture through peer interaction and
     these hazards. Covers the various types of                 commitment, difficulties involved in
     points (shear, pinch, nip and spill points)                developing a successful safety culture. –
     and guards (drive, coupling, end shaft                     CoreMedia Training Solutions.
     guards). Numerous safety rules are
     emphasized, including those concerning                V342 S.T.A.R.T. II THE WAY WE WORK:
     crossing over and under conveyors;                         MODULE 2
     importance of good housekeeping; long                      (1/2” VHS 14 min. Color 1991
     hair, loose clothing and jewelry when                      1 videocassette Trainer’s guide)
     working around conveyors; operation and                    This Supervisor Training In Accident
     service of conveyors should be done only                   Reduction Techniques (START) program is
     by authorized and trained personnel; know                  designed for supervisors to implement a
     location & function of stop controls. -                    safety culture when training employees.
     American Training Resources.                               Some of the key points this module
                                                                presents include: safety is on the same
V339 ASBESTOS IN CONSTRUCTION                                   priority level as production, quality control
     (1/2” VHS 26 min. Color 2003                               and scheduling, value of safety for the
     1 videocassette Employee handbook)                         company, safety behavior has three factors
      For workers involved in building,
       --- knowledge, skill and attitude,                         criticize; conciliate (resolve disputes or
       accountability and responsibility must be                  conflicts so that relationships can be
       shared by everyone. – CoreMedia Training                   repaired quickly); care (power of
       Solutions.                                                 relationships); collaborate (involve workers
                                                                  in improving safety); clarify (clarify the
V343 SAFETY LEADERSHIP FOR                                        personal importance of working safely). –
     EVERYONE                                                     Coastal Training Technologies Corp.
     (1/2” VHS 23 min. Color 2003
     1 videocassette Leader’s guide)                       V346 MANUAL HANDLING FOR
     Tom Harvey, CSP, discusses meeting the                     INDUSTRY: THE NEW APPROACH
     challenge of convincing employees that                     (1/2” VHS 21 min. Color 2002
     you’re serious about safety by developing                  1 videocassette Training guide)
     the idea that everyone, irrespective of                    Back structure and musculoskeletal
     position and title, should be a safety leader.             disorders (MSD) are explained and methods
     Also shown are some of the common pitfalls                 of identifying, assessing and controlling
     to this end. Topics include connecting safety              manual handling risks related to MSD are
     messages with actions, setting examples,                   covered. Case studies with solutions
     encouraging safe behavior by creating                      applicable to typical workplace manual
     positive benefits to working safely while                  handling problems are used to illustrate
     creating negative consequences to unsafe                   correct manual handling procedures. –
     actions, why safety prizes often don’t work,               Vocam USA LLC.
     recognizing safe actions of co-workers and
     “employee-powered” safety. - American                 V347 LOADER-BACKHOE SAFETY:
     Training Resources.                                        OPERATOR SAFETY
                                                                (1/2” VHS 20 min. Color 1993
V344 THE PRO-ACTIVE SAFETY COMMITTEE:                           1 videocassette)
     A TEAM FOR SUCCESS                                         Good coverage, with examples, of the type
     (1/2” VHS 13 min. Color 1995                               of loader and backhoe injuries. Also
     1 videocassette)                                           includes the use of appropriate clothing,
     Program describes the purpose,                             seat belts and personal protective
     organization and operation of a safety                     equipment (ppe), doing a walk-around
     committee. Also covers five elements to set                inspection, getting on and off equipment,
     up the committee: structure, membership                    prevention of rollovers, loading and
     that represents all departments, crafts, skill             unloading of equipment for transporting, and
     areas and even subcontractors, mission for                 working around utility lines, cables and
     each committee, support from management                    pipes. – Equipment Training Resources.
     and feedback to evaluate the effectiveness
     of the committee. – Coastal Video                     V348 LOADER-BACKHOE SAFETY:
     Communications Corp.                                       WORKER SAFETY
                                                                (1/2” VHS 20 min. Color 1993
V345 SAFETY COACH: THE SEVEN C’S                                1 videocassette)
     OF SAFETY                                                  Emphasizes the 200% safety factor
     (1/2” VHS 19 min. Color 2000                               principle whereby the operator and co-
     1 videocassette Pocket guide)                              workers each give 100% toward safety on
     Featuring Florida State University head                    the jobsite, the four point defense plan (stay
     football coach Bobby Bowden, this program                  out of swing range and stabilizer area;
     contains information showing supervisors                   establish eye contact with the operator;
     various principles and coaching tips used by               work facing the machine), pitfalls and jobsite
     athletic coaches that can be used to change                hazards (e.g. operator awareness and
     employee’s safety-related attitudes and                    distractions, mechanical failure, limited
     behaviors. These performance principles                    visibility of operator, etc.). Also includes
     can be summed up in the seven C’s: coach                   general information and hazards of
     (make a positive pitch); confirm safe actions              excavations, shoring and sloping. –
     (positive reinforcement); correct, don’t                   Equipment Training Resources.

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 It is greatly encouraged that management maintains training records and have them available for
 HIOSH inspections upon request. This is a sample form that you can customize for your particular
 situation. Refer to the requirements of your company and of specific HIOSH standards; e.g., powered
 industrial trucks, bloodborne pathogens, hazard communication, fall protection, personal protective
 equipment, etc.

                                   TRAINING ATTENDANCE RECORD
This record shall be signed by each attendee of this training session, and shall be completed,
reviewed and forwarded as indicated elsewhere on the form.

Work Group:                                                    Date(s)
Location:                                                      Time:                   to

May include training aids used; e.g., videos, handouts, etc., (attach copy, if appropriate) and measure of
proficiency; e.g., pretest and post test.

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