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2006

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									          2006 AV Catalog
Occupational Safety and Health Training Programs




            An OR-OSHA Resource Guide
     THEODORE R. KULONGOSKI
                        GOVERNOR




Dear Oregonians:

In my 30 years of public service, I’ve worked consistently to protect
and advance the rights of Oregon workers. First among those rights
is the right to a safe work environment.

Worker safety doesn’t “just happen.” That goal requires constant
work – including making the effort to be aware of safety issues
through continuing education.

For this reason, I am pleased to introduce the educational resources
and services available through Oregon OSHA. Oregon OSHA is a
model program and the resources offered here are not available in
many states.

I hope you’ll take advantage of the resources offered here to
promote the critical importance of worker safety and occupational
health. Our future depends on safe and healthy workplaces.

Sincerely yours,




Theodore R. Kulongoski




STATE CAPITOL, SALEM 97310-0370              (503) 378-3111        FAX (503) 378-4863   TDD (503) 378-4859
                                                                        OR-OSHA 2006 AV CATALOG


                           Table of Contents
Subject index ................................................................................. iii-iv

Guide to OR-OSHA AV Library ......................................................... 1

      How the AV Library works

      How to sign up to use the AV library’s services and materials

      How to order videos

      Ordering videos online

      Finding the right video

      Scheduling your request

OR-OSHA Library Agreement ........................................................... 4

Listings by subject ........................................................................ 5-65

Videos in Spanish ...................................................................... 59-64

Videos in Russian ........................................................................... 65

Facts about the Occupational Safety & Health Education
and Training Grant Program ............................................................ 66

Title index ....................................................................................67-78

Resource flyer ..................................................................................81

OR-OSHA services and contact information ................................... 83

Troubleshooting Guide .............................................Inside back cover




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                                                                Subject index
    A
Accident Investigation .................................................5             Forklifts......................................................................29
Aerial Lifts ...................................................................5     Foundry .....................................................................30
Agriculture ...................................................................6
                                                                                          G
Asbestos .....................................................................7
                                                                                      General Industry .......................................................31
Attitude and Awareness ..............................................8
                                                                                          H
    B
                                                                                      Hantavirus .................................................................31
Back Safety ............................................................... 10
                                                                                      Hazard Communication ............................................31
Batteries .................................................................... 11
                                                                                      Hazard Recognition ..................................................32
Bloodborne Pathogens ............................................. 12
                                                                                      Hazardous Materials (HAZMAT) ...............................32
    C                                                                                 Hazardous Substances .............................................33
Chainsaws ................................................................ 13         Hazardous Waste Operations
                                                                                        (HAZWOPER) .......................................................34
Compressed Air ........................................................ 14
                                                                                      Health Care ...............................................................34
Compressed Gas ...................................................... 14
                                                                                      Heat Stress ...............................................................36
Confined Space......................................................... 14
                                                                                      Heavy Equipment ......................................................37
Construction .............................................................. 15
                                                                                      Hot Work ...................................................................37
Cranes ....................................................................... 16
                                                                                      Housekeeping ...........................................................38
    D
                                                                                          I, J, K
Diving ........................................................................ 17
                                                                                      Insects .......................................................................38
Dogs .......................................................................... 18
                                                                                      Insulation ...................................................................38
Driving/Vehicles ........................................................ 18
                                                                                      Irrigation ....................................................................39
    E                                                                                 Job Safety Analysis ...................................................39
Electricity ...................................................................20     Knives and Boxcutters ..............................................39
Emergencies .............................................................21
                                                                                          L
Ergonomics ...............................................................22
                                                                                      Laboratory .................................................................39
Excavation .................................................................24
                                                                                      Ladders .....................................................................40
Explosives .................................................................25
                                                                                      Landscaping .............................................................. 41
    F                                                                                 Lasers ....................................................................... 41
Fall Protection ...........................................................25         Latex.......................................................................... 41
Fire ............................................................................25   Lockout/Tagout ......................................................... 41
First Aid .....................................................................26     Logging .....................................................................42
Flagging ....................................................................26
                                                                                          M, N
Food Processing .......................................................27
                                                                                      Machinery..................................................................42
Food Service .............................................................27
                                                                                      Material Safety Data Sheets (MSDS) ........................42
Forest Activities .........................................................27
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 Mining ........................................................................43    Sanitation .................................................................. 51
 Nurseries ...................................................................43      Scaffolds ................................................................... 51
                                                                                      Sheet Metal ...............................................................52
     O
                                                                                      Silica, Silicosis...........................................................52
 Office .........................................................................43
                                                                                      Skin ...........................................................................52
     P                                                                                Spanish-Language Programs ...................................59
 Painting .....................................................................43     Spray Finishing .........................................................52
 Performing Arts .........................................................43          Static Electricity.........................................................52
 Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) ......................44                         Stress ........................................................................52
 Pesticides ..................................................................46      Substance Abuse ......................................................52
 Pipes .........................................................................47    Supervision, Supervisors ..........................................53
 Power Lines...............................................................47
                                                                                          T
 Power Plant ...............................................................47
                                                                                      Tarping ......................................................................53
 Printing ......................................................................48
                                                                                      Tools ..........................................................................53
 Process Safety Management (PSM) .........................48
                                                                                      Tractors .....................................................................54
     R
                                                                                          V
 Radiation ...................................................................48
                                                                                      Veterinarians .............................................................54
 Record Keeping ........................................................48
                                                                                      Vibration Syndrome ..................................................55
 Respiration, Respirators............................................49
                                                                                      Violence in the Workplace ........................................55
 Retail .........................................................................49
 Road Rage ................................................................50             W, Y
 Roofing ......................................................................50      Welding .....................................................................56
 Russian-Language Programs ...................................65                      Winter ........................................................................57

     S                                                                                Wood .........................................................................57
                                                                                      Younger Workers.......................................................57
 Safety Committees ....................................................50
 Safety Orientation ..................................................... 51




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                      Guide to the OR-OSHA AV Library
What is the OR-OSHA AV Library?                          how far in advance you may schedule them. In
                                                         fact, advance scheduling is strongly encouraged!
The OR-OSHA AV Library is a comprehensive
collection of safety-training materials available for    3. The usual loan period is two weeks from
loan to employers and workers in Oregon. It is a            check-out date.
service provided by the Department of Consumer
& Business Services, Occupational Safety and             For example: a video checked out to you on
Health Division (OR-OSHA).                               Jan. 1 will be due back at the Resource Center
                                                         no later than Jan. 15. Requests for reasonable
Just one aspect of a large Resource Center, the          extended borrowing terms are granted whenever
AV Library holds more than 1,000 titles in various       possible, but we must receive your request for an
formats, including videotape, CD-ROM, and print.         extension before the original due date.
These materials cover a wide variety of subjects         Please note that we’re unable to offer standing
reflecting the diversity of occupations in Oregon         arrangements for loan periods longer than two
and are geared to maintaining Oregon’s high              weeks. All requests for extensions are considered
standards in occupational health and safety. All         on a case-by-case basis.
library materials have been reviewed by OR-
OSHA’s technical staff.                                  4. Borrowers agree to pay for return shipping.
For the quickest and the most comprehensive view         Prices for return shipping vary according to carrier,
of the resources and services available to you           but the typical cost is less than $6 per video.
through the OR-OSHA AV Library, see the OR-              Heavier items, of course, will cost more.
OSHA Web site, www.orosha.org.
                                                         5. Library materials must be returned in
How does the AV Library work?                               person, or by traceable carrier, or insured for
                                                            $500 per title.
Like any other cooperative effort, using the OR-
OSHA AV Library requires attention to the rights         “Traceable carrier” includes UPS, FedEx and
and privileges of others as well as to your own          Priority Mail with delivery confirmation. If a
needs. This means a few simple rules:                    traceable carrier is used, no additional insurance
                                                         is required. Please note that neither “Book Rate”
1. Borrowers agree not to duplicate                      nor “Media Mail” meet the requirements for
   copyrighted titles.                                   traceability or insurance. These methods are
                                                         prohibited for the return of AV Library materials.
The producers with whom we work are
demonstrating a sincere commitment to public             6. Videos must be returned on time.
service in allowing their products to be made
available for loan. Failure to respect the rights of     Three unexcused late returns will result in
our suppliers will result in immediate cancellation of   suspension of borrowing privileges. When you
borrowing privileges.                                    keep library materials past due, it affects others.
                                                         Your late return may mean a loss of time and
The AV Library includes many uncopyrighted               productivity to other borrowers.
videos and manuals, including all materials
produced through Oregon OSHA’s Training                  If you’re unable to return library materials by the
and Education Grant Program (see Page 66).               scheduled return date, contact the AV librarian
Materials that may be duplicated are clearly noted       immediately.
in the catalog.                                          7. The borrower agrees to pay replacement costs
2. Borrowers may check out up to five titles                 for lost or damaged items.
   at a time.                                            Loss of, or damage to, library materials happens
We may make special arrangements to loan more            occasionally. If it happens, please contact the
than five videos; for example, in the event of a          librarian immediately. We aren’t interested in
special occasion such as a safety fair. Contact the      assigning blame or giving lectures. We’ll work
library for further information.                         with you to arrange for the replacement of lost or
                                                         damaged items.
There are no restrictions on the number of videos
that you may schedule at any one time, nor on
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Continued from previous page                                 •   Search for videos by topic
                                                             •   Review the availability of videos
In many cases, producers are willing to extend
                                                             •   Request training videos
discounted prices to a borrower in trouble, but it’s
                                                             •   Search for books and documents
important that you contact us immediately when a
                                                             •   View and order Oregon OSHA publications
mishap occurs. These policies also are addressed
                                                                 and rules
in the Library Agreement on Page 4.
                                                          Except for occasional, brief downtime for server
Is there a charge apart from return                       maintenance, this online system is operational
shipping?                                                 around the clock.
No, aside from the cost of return shipping, the           The online system is also the quickest way to be
service is ordinarily free of charge.                     aware of new titles or subjects.

How hard is it to sign up?                                I’ve signed up and I need some videos.
It isn’t. Just contact us by whatever means works         What do I do?
best for you. (Contacting us online, www.orosha.          If you don’t want to order online, just contact us
org, is probably fastest.) We’ll ask you for the          by whatever means works best for you. Complete
following:                                                contact information is given at the end of this
    Your name                                             introduction, on Page 3.
    The name of an alternate contact (optional)           To ensure speed and accuracy, please have your
    The name of your organization                         borrower account number and video order ready.
    A mailing address                                     If using our Web site, you’ll also need your PIN.
    A shipping address                                    (See “How hard is it to sign up?”)
    Your phone number
    An e-mail address (optional, but                      Note the date on which you wish to use the
    recommended)                                          requested materials. If they’re available for that
                                                          date, they’ll be scheduled for shipping or pickup at
We’ll also ask you to read the OR-OSHA Library            least one week in advance of your intended use. If
Agreement, then fax or mail it. The agreement states      they aren’t available for the requested date, they’ll
that you’ll use AV Library materials appropriately and    be scheduled for shipping to you on the first date
return them in a timely manner. The agreement is on       available, unless you request otherwise.
Page 4. That’s all there is to it! In many cases, we’re
able to establish an account for a new borrower and       A word of caution: Beware of sending last-
fill a request for videos for that borrower on the same    minute requests through the regular mail! Each
day.                                                      year, we receive several last-minute requests
                                                          for which the requested date of use is before the
Once your account is established, you’ll be               postmark. Don’t let this happen to you. If you
assigned two important numbers: an account                have a last-minute need, call us, send a fax or
number, sometimes called a “company number,”              an e-mail, or visit the Resource Center!
and a PIN for ordering online. Keep these
numbers on hand in a secure location; they                I’m not sure which video will work best
help us to process your requests quickly and              for me. Can you help?
accurately.
                                                          We’re happy to help. The AV librarian is familiar
You’ve mentioned online ordering. Tell                    with our holdings and will be glad to help you find
me more about this.                                       the video for your specific needs.

The Resource Center is available through the              I got a video from the library, and it
Oregon OSHA Web site, www.orosha.org.                     didn’t work for me. What should I do?
Through the online system, you can do the                 Let the AV librarian hear about it! What was
following:                                                the problem? Was anything about the content
    •   Create your own customer account                  outdated or otherwise questionable? Was the
    •   Review your account history                       video quality itself poor? In any case, let us know.
    •   Update your existing account                      While all AV Library titles undergo an initial review,
    •   Check your schedule for future loan               it just wouldn’t be possible to “re-review” each
        opportunities                                     of more than 1,000 titles. A video may become


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obsolete on certain points yet remain in circulation   n Remember! Last-minute requests may be
until the problem is discovered. And even the            impossible to fill.
best video will wear out after years of dependable
                                                       This is especially true when it comes to such
service.
                                                       seasonal topics as heat stress or winter driving.
It’s your video library! Help keep the holdings        Please be aware of high-demand periods and
current by reporting problems!                         schedule accordingly! For example, borrowers
                                                       sometimes come to the Resource Center
I’m looking for a special video and can’t              expecting to leave with a winter-driving video for
seem to find it in the AV Library. Any                  which they’ve made no advance arrangements.
suggestions?                                           No problem in July, but when it’s mid-December,
                                                       it’s another story. We don’t like to disappoint
Yes. The librarian may be able to help you find         anyone, but it’s sometimes unavoidable with a
your requested title or subject among our current      last-minute request.
holdings. If not, we may be able to obtain your
video from the producer and — if it passes OR-         n Review your video before presenting it to
OSHA technical review — add it to the library.           others!
We add many new titles and subjects to the AV          Not only does this help you to be better prepared,
Library each year, and many of these come to us        but it may save some trouble in the event of a
as a direct result of borrower requests.               significant problem with the video you requested.
                                                       If you’ve taken a look at your video well in
Will using AV Library videos satisfy                   advance of the planned show date, there may be
OR-OSHA training requirements for my                   time to correct the problem.
organization?                                          n Make sure your VCR is clean and in good
Just viewing a video doesn’t satisfy OR-OSHA             working order.
training requirements in most cases. Library
                                                       Even if your VCR is new, the heads need
materials are intended primarily to assist and
                                                       regular cleaning and servicing according to the
supplement training by a qualified instructor. They
                                                       manufacturer’s instructions. Please note that our
may also be useful for safety-committee meetings.
                                                       videos are the standard ½-inch size. They will
More information about training requirements           not work in the (now rare) older, industrial-type
specific to your industry or organization may be        machines.
obtained from Be Trained!, OR-OSHA publication
                                                       If your video won’t play correctly, try the
#440-3311, available on our Web site, www.
                                                       “Troubleshooting Guide” on the inside back cover.
orosha.org. You may also talk with an OR-OSHA
                                                       If it still won’t work, contact the AV librarian.
technical specialist at (503) 378-3272 or
(800) 922-2689.                                        If videos appear to be damaged in any way,
                                                       don’t use them in your machine. Contact the AV
Can you give me any other useful tips?                 librarian as soon as possible.
Yes, we want your use of the AV Library to be as
effective and trouble-free as possible. Just a few
                                                       May I visit the Resource Center in
reminders:                                             person?
                                                       Yes, visitors are always welcome! The OR-OSHA
n Please schedule as far in advance as                 Resource Center is open from 8 a.m.-5 p.m.,
  possible.                                            Monday through Friday, except for state holidays.
The library serves thousands of Oregonians each        Come see us at:
year, and this often means a wait of several weeks               OR-OSHA Resource Center
— or even several months — for a popular title.                   350 Winter St. NE, Rm. 26
We always do our best to fill last-minute requests,                  Salem, OR 97301-9926
but advance scheduling substantially increases                     Toll-free: (800) 922-2689
your chances of getting what you want when you                      Phone: (503) 947-7453
want it.                                                             Fax: (503) 947-7463
                                                            E-mail: OSHAresource@cbs.state.or.us
We also encourage you to schedule more than one
title for the date requested, to reduce problems if                  www.orosha.org
one title is delayed for any reason.


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     This agreement must be completed and returned to OR-OSHA to establish borrowing privileges

                                    OR-OSHA Library Agreement
1. Copyrighted materials are loaned subject to the condition that any form of duplication is strictly prohibited
   in accordance with Title 17 of the United states Code of Federal regulations. Unauthorized duplication of
   copyrighted materials will result in immediate cancellation of OR-OSHA Library borrowing privileges.

2. Materials are loaned for a period of two weeks and must be physically in the OR-OSHA Library by the
   scheduled return date. Three late returns will result in immediate suspension of borrowing privileges.
   Arrangements for loan extensions and other special scheduling must be made with the OR-OSHA
   librarians. Accounts may be suspended at any time for inappropriate use of resources.

3. Loan of OR-OSHA Library materials by borrowers is prohibited. Materials may not be loaned by a
   borrower to any person not specifically included in the borrower’s OR-OSHA Library transaction.
   (Examples of prohibited loans: consultant to client; corporate office to corporate office.) All transactions
   must be made through the OR-OSHA Library.

4. The borrower is responsible for loss of or damage to library materials, including film and video cases,
   and agrees to pay full replacement costs for any items lost or damaged during the loan period.

5. The borrower is responsible for the cost of return shipping. Library materials may be returned in person,
   or by traceable carrier, or insured for $500 per title. Traceable carrier includes UPS, FedEx, and U.S.
   Postal Service Priority Mail with delivery confirmation. If a traceable carrier is used, no additional
   insurance is required. Please note that neither “Book Rate” nor “Media Mail” meet the requirements for
   traceability or insurance. These methods are prohibited for the return of OR-OSHA Library materials.
   Return by untraceable means will result in borrower liability in the event of loss or damage. Materials also
   may be picked up from or delivered in person to the OR-OSHA Resource Center in Salem. Materials
   cannot be returned to an OR-OSHA field office or other facility.

6. The OR-OSHA Library does not guarantee the availability of any specific program for any specific date. It
   is understood that a requested program may be delayed through late return, damage, or loss.

I understand these rules and policies and agree to comply with them as a condition of my participation in
the OR-OSHA Library. I have kept a copy of this agreement for my records and returned the original to
OR-OSHA.



Borrower no. (if known):___________________________

Print name: ___________________________________________________________________________

Business name: ________________________________________________________________________

Mailing address: _______________________________________________________________________

City: ___________________________________________State: ______________ ZIP: _______________

Phone: ________________________ Fax: ________________________ E-mail: _____________________

Signature: __________________________________________________________ Date: ____________

Send or bring completed agreement to:        OR-OSHA Library
                                             350 Winter St. NE, Room 26
                                             P.O. Box 14480
                                             Salem, OR 97309-0405
                                             Fax: (503) 947-7463
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        — Closed caption        G — Grant                                                                            Accident-Aerial

Accident investigation                                               Just the Facts: Accident Investigations #340
                                                                     Set in the construction industry, this video presents five main
   Accident investigation workshops                                  steps for a successful accident investigation, from immediate
   Oregon OSHA provides free accident-investigation                  assistance to the victim through taking action to prevent
   workshops — there is even one online! To find out                  recurrence. Emphasizes correct preservation of the scene
   more, call (800) 922-2689, or visit OR-OSHA’s Web                 and ways to gather data without intimidating others. 13 min.
   site, www.orosha.org.                                             Lost Youth: Four Stories of
Accident Investigation #86                                           Injured Young Workers #1159
A dramatic general-industry accident underscores the                 Emotional interviews with injured workers and their parents
importance of proper accident-investigation techniques,              combine with dramatic re-creations of workplace accidents
including appropriate immediate action, information                  to present a hard-hitting message on the importance of
gathering, analysis, and recommendations for corrective              adequate safety training. Caution: Scenes and language are
action. 22 min.                                                      graphic. 17 min.

Accident Investigation #779                                          Lost Youth: Four Stories of Injured Workers
Presents an accident investigation through the eyes of an            (edited version) #1221.
investigator who didn’t see the accident and must rely on            Edited version of #1159. Emotional interviews with injured workers
investigative skills to determine what happened. 15 min.             and their parents combine with dramatic re-creations of workplace
                                                                     accidents; presents an extremely hard-hitting message on the
Accident Investigation #1241                                         importance of adequate safety training. 17 min.
Accidents affect many people beyond the injured. Learning
why accidents happen is beneficial. This video covers steps to        Piecing It Together: Accident Investigation & Root
determining the root cause of an accident and how to prevent         Cause Analysis #746
future accidents. 13 min.                                            Beginning with an accident that could happen almost
                                                                     anywhere, this video demonstrates effective investigation
Accident Investigation: The Big Picture #1238                        procedures, including what to include in a report, with special
Lays out the steps to investigating workplace accidents. Aids        emphasis on follow-up. Part 2 is an optional eight-minute
in pointing out unsafe conditions, motivates employers to be         segment covering procedures to be followed in the event of
creative in finding methods to prevent accidents. 19 min.             a company vehicular accident. 25 min.
Accident Investigation:                                              Practical Accident Investigation Series #1052
Determining Root Causes #783                                         This comprehensive video program takes the viewer step
Defines accident investigation, its purpose and scope, and            by step through the accident-investigation process, from
presents skills for conducting an accident investigation,            the accident itself through the implementation of corrective
documenting findings and recommending corrective                     measures. Includes optional review. Four tapes, total 80 min.
actions. Emphasizes the use of information for continuous
improvement. 16 min.                                                 Accident prevention — see Attitude and
Close Calls & Near Misses #1167                                      Awareness
This live-action video emphasizes the importance of
recognizing, reporting, and analyzing close calls to prevent         Aerial lifts
a serious accident. A review of several dramatized case
histories underscores the message. 19 min.                           Aerial Lift Platforms:
Getting the Facts: Accident Investigation #78                        Guidelines for Training, Use, & Operation #695
A discussion of technique, theory, and practice. Explores the        Covers the pre-op inspection, use of fall protection and
basic causes of accidents and explains accident investigations.      other PPE, awareness of potential hazards on the jobsite,
Also addresses hazard-communication issues. 19 min.                  and general principles for safe operation. Intended only to
                                                                     supplement training given by qualified personnel. 20 min.
How to Investigate an Accident #669
Presents the basics of accident investigation and important points   Aerial Lift Safety (short version) #1076
to remember when developing an accident report. 13 min.              The short version of #1075, covering aerial lifts, the pre-op
                                                                     inspection, load capacity, and safe work practices for avoiding
How to Investigate an Industrial Accident #44                        accidents. 7 min.
Covers accident-investigation basics, with emphasis on
“whys” and preventing recurrence. Shows a typical accident           Aerial Lift Safety: Eight Steps to Safety #1075
investigation. (Program based on British Columbia laws that          This video covers types of aerial lifts and their uses, the pre-start
may not apply in Oregon.) 18 min.                                    inspection, awareness of surroundings, load capacities, safe
                                                                     driving, fall protection, and power-line hazards. Special emphasis
                                                                     on proper training as a means of avoiding accidents. 14 min.


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Agriculture                                                                               — Closed caption        G — Grant

Agriculture                                                      Dairy Safety: Now More Than Ever #418 G
                                                                 Developed to help employers and employees in the dairy
                                                                 industry become more aware of occupational hazards.
See also Pesticides, Tractors                                    Includes checklist. Sponsor: Oregon Dairy Farmers
  Agriculture in Oregon                                          Association/Oregon Dairy Products Commission. May be
    Agriculture is alive and well in Oregon! There are           duplicated. 25 min.
    more than 40,000 farms in the state, adding more
    than $3 billion to Oregon’s economy each year.               Deadly Dust I and II #1220
    Oregon leads the nation in production of such crops          This two-tape set illustrates why grain dust can be
    as nursery stock, berries, and nuts.                         dangerous. Actual footage of grain-dust explosions shows
                                                                 the devastating results. Describes seven factors that can lead
    Agriculture is also one of the most dangerous                to grain explosions. A grain-explosion survivor recounts the
    occupations in Oregon. Equipment and work                    experience. 14 min.
    processes can be hazardous. The danger of
    exposure to pesticides and other chemicals is real;          Ergonomics in Agriculture:
    staying safe on the farm is a challenge.                     Working Smarter, Not Harder
Agricultural Back-Injury Prevention                              English #480 Spanish #481 G
                                                                 Work in agriculture is both rewarding and physically
English/Spanish #613                                             challenging. This program can help workers meet the
Covers proper lifting techniques, exercises to strengthen        challenges through an awareness of basic body mechanics
the back, good posture, and weight loss to reduce strain.        and ergonomic principles applied through warm-up exercises
10 min.                                                          and safe work practices for a wide variety of agricultural tasks.
                                                                 Includes flip chart with detailed English/Spanish text and color
Agricultural Equipment Operator Series #648                      photographs. Sponsor: Oregon Association of Nurserymen.
Especially for younger or inexperienced workers. Provides an
                                                                 May be duplicated. 16 min.
overview of the safe use of tractors and other farm machinery
in seven short segments. Viewing of video does not fulfill all    Grain Elevator Safety Orientation #1198
Oregon-OSHA training requirements for this topic. 64 min.        Comprehensive overview of basic grain elevator safety,
                                                                 including use of PPE, safe work practices when dumping
Agricultural Safety Training Manual #477                         trucks and cleaning up, ladder use, machine guarding, and
This comprehensive manual is divided into six sections for
                                                                 awareness of electrical hazards. Graphically demonstrates
training flexibility. When completed properly, these modules
                                                                 the dangers of grain-dust explosions and suffocation, and how
document the training requirements to satisfy House Bill 3019.
                                                                 to avoid both. Ends with a brief statement aimed exclusively
Modules include Written Programs, Recognizing Hazards,
                                                                 at employers and workers in Illinois. 14 min.
PPE, Equipment Guarding, Emergency Action Plan, and
Housekeeping. Print.                                             Greenhouse Pesticide Safety Training #384
                                                                 Reflects training requirements for greenhouse workers and
Chasing the Sun/Siguiendo el Sol                                 handlers under the EPA worker-protection standard. Note:
English/Spanish #381                                             Not recommended for training workers on farms, in forests,
This video was created in response to the revised worker-        or in nurseries. 56 min.
protection standard. Designed for use with Spanish/English
bilingual farmworkers. An excellent accompaniment to any         Kids Talk Farm Safety Stuff #318
worker protection training program. For workers only. 36 min.    Intended for children; shows common dangers encountered
                                                                 on farms. 7 min.
Christmas Tree Harvest Safety #1127 G
A “silent movie” designed to reach workers of all languages,     Orchard Tractor Safety
this video follows the harvester from preparation for work       English #440 Spanish #442 G
through loading trees for transport. Covers work clothing,       Provides in-depth training on the safe use and maintenance
cutting, movement of trees and personnel, processing, and        of orchard tractors. Covers OR-OSHA tractor-safety rules
loading. Divided into topic sections for training flexibility.    and safety/accident statistics, proper maintenance for safe
Includes written manual, full-color flip chart, and CD-ROM.       operation, protective-device precautions, guards, universal
Sponsor: Oregon Association of Nurserymen. May be                symbols, safe operation procedures, tractor hitches, PTOs
duplicated. 25 min.                                              and hydraulics precautions, safety on the road, why accidents
                                                                 occur, and tractor and implement safety standards. Includes
                                                                 instructor’s manual. Sponsor: Hood River Grower/Shipper
                                                                 Association. May be duplicated. 60 min.




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        — Closed caption        G — Grant                                                                Agriculture-Asbestos

Safety & Health Hazards in Grain Elevators #17                      Asbestos Awareness: Are You at Risk? #1178
In-depth look at grain elevator hazards, with emphasis on           Beginning with a history, this video describes types and uses
explosions, how they happen, and how to prevent them.               of asbestos, with emphasis on potential health effects of
Developed for OSHA compliance officers; may be appropriate           exposure and safe work practices for avoiding contact. Defines
for a wider audience. 36 min.                                       terms, describes hazard communication procedures, and
                                                                    reviews respiratory physiology in detail. 21 min.
Safety & Health Tool Kit for the
Fruit Tree Industry #412 G                                          Asbestos Cement Pipe Work #403 G
A comprehensive resource covering all the basics for the fruit      An easy-to-use training program reflecting Oregon OSHA
tree industry. Includes sound hiring practices, basic elements      and DEQ standards, this presentation covers the recognition
of a safety program, the role of the safety committee, injury       of asbestos-containing materials, a review of the risks
management, and a variety of useful forms. Sponsor: Hood            associated with asbestos, and safe practices and procedures
River Grower/Shipper Association. May be duplicated. Print.         for working with asbestos cement pipe. Also, describes the
                                                                    skill and knowledge necessary to be considered qualified to
Wheat Farming Safety:                                               work with asbestos. Note: Copy A provides complete printed
Getting Down to Business #426 G                                     material, including overhead transparencies. Copies B and
Specific to the grain-growing industry, this video outlines safety   C provide some printed materials and a PowerPoint diskette.
practices on the farm. The booklet lists items and requirements     Please specify desired format when requesting this program.
specific to wheat farming. Includes checklist. Sponsor: Oregon       Sponsor: The Pacific Northwest Section of the American
Wheat Growers League. May be duplicated. 30 min.                    Water Works Association. May be duplicated. PowerPoint
                                                                    and print.
Working Outdoors: Mosquitoes and Ticks #1197
Provides information on ticks and mosquitoes, with detailed         Asbestos: Controlling the Hazard #67
descriptions of likely habitats, characteristics, and potential     Live action and graphics combine to describe the characteristics
health effects of bites. Includes coverage of West Nile, Lyme,      of various types of asbestos, how they are used, and the
and other diseases. Emphasizes prevention of exposure through       hazards of exposure. Presents detailed instructions on the use
appropriate clothing, PPE, and use of repellents. 15 min.           of various types of respirators and other PPE for preventing
                                                                    exposure. Includes isolation techniques. 35 min.
Air Monitoring — see Respiration, Respirators                       Asbestos Screening #24
                                                                    Produced by U.S. Department of Health, video describes
Alcoholism — see Substance Abuse                                    a chemical reagent test for determining the presence of
                                                                    asbestos in bulk samples. 22 min.
Ammonia — see Hazardous Materials
                                                                    Asbestos: Understanding the Hazard
                                                                    (janitorial version) #605
Asbestos                                                            Discusses asbestos, where it can be found, how it affects
                                                                    health, and hazard communication. Also discusses how to
   Not a miracle                                                    recognize damage, good housekeeping, and work practices.
   Many of us remember being taught that asbestos is                Focuses on maintenance and janitorial staff training needs.
   a “miracle substance,” one of the greatest lifesavers            10 min.
   known to humankind. Today, we know that asbestos
   has a dark side.                                                 Asbestos: Understanding the Hazards
   Asbestos is a hazardous substance that needs to be               (longer version) #606
   treated with caution; it causes problems ranging from            Discusses asbestos, where it can be found, health hazards,
   mild respiratory distress to full-blown mesothelioma.            proper protective measures, and regulatory compliance.
                                                                    Discusses four classes of construction work. Covers glove
   Oregon OSHA offers a free publication, “Asbestos                 bag procedures in detail. 21 min.
   Exposures: What Building Owners Need to Know.”
   For a free copy of this or any other OR-OSHA                     Asbestos: Understanding the Hazards
   publication, call us, (800) 922-2689, or visit www.              (short version) #607
   orosha.org.                                                      Discusses asbestos, where it can be found, health hazards,
                                                                    protective measures, and regulatory requirements. A good
Asbestos #27                                                        introductory video for asbestos awareness. 9 min.
Produced by the Arizona Center for Occupational Safety &
Health, this video takes an in-depth look at a shipyard worker      Don’t Blow It: Asbestos #61
who became a victim of mesothelioma through exposure to             Covers health hazards of asbestos in brake dust. Shows how
asbestos. 30 min.                                                   to control dust with a vacuum cleaner and enclosure. Primarily
                                                                    for large shops that do many brake jobs a day. 15 min.




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Asbestos-Attitude                                                                          — Closed caption        G — Grant

Electrical Safety & Asbestos Abatement #182                       Dancing Alone #652
Describes electrical fundamentals, direct and indirect effects    One moment of inattention on the job can have dramatic
of shock, and potential electrical hazards at asbestos-removal    consequences for a worker, coworkers, friends, and family.
sites. 12 min.                                                    Emphasizes the need for safety awareness at all times. 20 min.

Testing Buildings for Asbestos Hazards #54                        Dealing With the Department
Uses demonstrations and interviews with authorities,              English/Spanish #881
along with computer animations, to familiarize viewers with       An overview of Oregon’s Department of Consumer &
principles and procedures for assessing and documenting           Business Services. Gabe Silva provides a short description
asbestos hazards. 70 min.                                         of what each of five divisions does, with a musical or dance
                                                                  presentation between each segment. Highlights the Workers’
Attitude and Awareness                                            Compensation Division, the Workers’ Compensation Board,
                                                                  Oregon OSHA, the Office of Energy, and the Office of
    Attitude counts                                               the Ombudsman for Injured Workers. Includes telephone
    As any parent can tell you, it’s impossible to legislate      numbers and other contact information for each division or
    or enforce a good attitude! For this reason, Oregon           office represented. Guests: Representatives of five DCBS
    OSHA’s safety standards do not directly address that          divisions and offices. Musicians: Ballet Folklorico, Rondalla
    topic. Yet, a positive attitude toward workplace safety       Sentimiento Latino, others. 25 min.
    and health is so essential for preserving life and
    limb on the job that Oregon OSHA provides many                Don’t Bet Your Life on Unsafe Acts #1206
    resources and services, including publications and            A fictional workplace fatality demonstrates the importance of
    workshops, that cover this most important subject.            following safe work practices. Emphasizes avoiding shortcuts,
                                                                  distractions, and complacency. Shows how hurrying and
                                                                  bypassing safety procedures endangers lives. 14 min.
Behavior Support Training #1156 G
Created for those providing direct care to people with            “I Felt Comfortable” #654
disabilities, this comprehensive interactive seminar identifies    The true story of Randy Fellhoelter’s close encounter with death
common behavioral issues that may lead to violence and            when hit with 7,200 volts of electricity after he violated safety
provides strategies for preventing such incidents while           work rules and procedures. Extremely graphic. 23 min.
safeguarding the dignity of all concerned. Sponsor: Oregon
Rehabilitation Association. May be duplicated. Three videos,      Insurance in Oregon
total 360 min.                                                    English/Spanish #882
Benefiting from Workers’ Compensation #876                         A description of the mission and responsibilities of the Oregon
Provides information about Oregon’s workers’ compensation         Department of Consumer & Business Service’s Insurance
system, benefits, and the forms needed for filing an injury         Division, with special attention given to enforcement and
claim. Guest: Mary Lou Carbajal. Musicians: Andrea and            consumer-protection services. Highlights the responsibilities
Shawn Celaya-Alston. English/Spanish format. 26 min.              of insurance companies and their agents and provides
                                                                  resources. Guests: Kathy Barrie and Fred Lindgren. Musician:
Close Calls: The Wake-Up Call #677                                Andrea Celaya-Alston. 29 min.
For all employers and employees, this program emphasizes
the importance of reviewing the causes of a close call to avoid   It’s Not Up to Me! #1168
a future accident. 17 min.                                        Noted safety author Don Merrell provides insightful comments
                                                                  interwoven with dramatized reviews of workplace accidents.
Close Calls & Near Misses #1167                                   Before-and-after format underscores personal responsibility
This live-action video emphasizes the importance of               for safety. 14 min.
recognizing, reporting, and analyzing close calls to prevent
a serious accident. A review of several dramatized case           Keeping Your Mind on the Job #9
histories underscores the message. 19 min.                        Explores such situations as the factory worker who carelessly
                                                                  injures himself, the executive who postpones major decisions
The Crisis Kit #312                                               because a single problem dominates his thoughts, and the
“The Healing Process” is designed to be shown to employees        creative person who gets stomach knots and stalls for days
as soon as possible after a crisis. It explains the grieving      before tackling a difficult assignment. 13 min.
process and helps people understand what they’re going
through and what to expect. “Leadership Skills for The Critical   The Kevin Bailey Story #1085
Incident” teaches managers and supervisors action steps to        One person’s true-life experience of disregarding safety,
use in times of crisis. Features interviews with experts and      his workplace accident, its effects on his family, and his
behavior modeling for difficult, emotion-laden situations. Two     subsequent rehabilitation. 15 min.
tapes, total 32 min.




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        — Closed caption        G — Grant                                                                                 Attitude

Lost Youth: Four Stories of                                         Proactive Safety Attitudes: Target Zero! #684
Injured Young Workers #1159                                         Astronaut Buzz Aldrin introduces this review of the essential
Emotional interviews with injured workers and their parents         elements of workplace health and safety. Using reenactments
combine with dramatic re-creations of workplace accidents           of accidents and interviews with workers, this video
to present a hard-hitting message on the importance of              underscores the importance of taking personal responsibility
adequate safety training. Caution: Scenes and language are          for safety on the job. 16 min.
graphic. 17 min.
                                                                    Remember Charlie #1219
Lost Youth: Four Stories of Injured Workers                         Charlie Morecraft tells his dramatic story of being burned
                                                                    over 45 percent of his body in a serious on-the-job accident.
(edited version) #1221.                                             His candid description of the accident and its consequences
Edited version of #1159. Emotional interview with injured workers   motivates viewers to rethink safety attitudes. He also
and their parents combines with dramatic re-creations of            describes the effects the accident had on his coworkers and
workplace accidents; presents an extremely hard-hitting message     family. 56 min.
on the importance of adequate safety training. 17 min.
                                                                    Retire the Lone Ranger #261
Missing in Action #260                                              Covers machine-shop safety from a supervisor’s viewpoint,
A general approach to safety, this tape shows how sloppy            but also deals with general safety. Deals with communication
procedures and working too fast cause accidents. 8 min.             and helps to resolve workplace problems. 8 min.
No Exceptions #258                                                  Returning the Injured Worker to the Job #826
Shows that supervisors need to take part in safety programs         A production of the Oregon Department of Consumer &
and motivate workers to do the same. 9 min.                         Business Services, this program shows how six Oregon
No Injury, No Accident? #856                                        employers control their workers’ compensation costs. 15 min.
Based on the pioneering work of W.H. Heinrich, this program         The Risk Takers #1124
demonstrates the increasing chances of a workplace injury           A “classic” safety training presentation using dramatizations of
following a series of non-injury accidents. Emphasizes the          workplace accidents to underscore the dangers of shortcuts,
importance of reporting and investigating an accident while         complacency, and carelessness on the job. 15 min.
working to eliminate its cause. 15 min.
                                                                    Safety Attitude #716
Non-Complying Employers                                             Trains workers to be aware of and respect hazards.
English/Spanish #1034                                               Emphasizes teamwork for achieving an accident-free work
The subject matter for this program is the Workers’                 environment. 5 min.
Compensation Division’s Non-Complying Employer Program.
The guest for this program is Field Investigator Raul Peña.         Safety & the Human Factor #799
Video explains employers’ responsibilities for obtaining            Suitable for nearly every work environment, this program
workers’ compensation coverage for their workers and the            examines the human factor in workplace accidents, including
penalties or problems they may experience for failing to            direct and indirect human involvement, violations, mistakes,
do so. Musical guests are Bardomiano Cedillo and Eric J.            slips, and “dormant errors.” 12 min.
Cancino. 30 min.
                                                                    Split Seconds, Split Lives #1084
Over & Over Again #257                                              Real people and their stories demonstrate the impact of
Shows how repetitious, monotonous jobs often lead to a false        workplace accidents on the lives of victims and victims’
sense of security. Stresses that each task must be thought          families. 23 min.
through, instead of being done automatically. 9 min.
                                                                    Staying a Step Ahead #364
Personal Responsibility for Safety #1083                            Reflects Washington State requirements for a written safety-
Emphasizes the importance of paying attention to hazards            and-health program. Depicts a fatal forklift accident that
and close calls in order to avoid accidents. 16 min.                provides the incentive for a machinery firm to implement an
                                                                    accident-prevention program. 18 min.
Preferred Workers & Vocational Rehabilitation
English/Spanish #878                                                The Stress of Change #470 G
An interview with an injured worker who used the programs           A written program designed to help workers understand
and services of the Vocational Rehabilitation Division and          workplace change: why it’s stressful and how it affects health
the Preferred Worker Program of the Workers’ Compensation           and safety. Helps identify stressors in processes of change
Division. Guest: Roberto Morales. Musicians: Rondella               and explains what individuals, work teams, managers, and
Sentimiento Latino. 29 min.                                         safety committees can do to reduce stress. Sponsor: The
                                                                    Center for Working Life. May be duplicated. Print.




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Attitude-Back                                                                                — Closed caption       G — Grant

Stress Mess #125
A humorous but hard-hitting program showing how to identify
                                                                    Back safety
sources and signs of stress in our lives. Tells how to reduce
and manage stress, plus time-management techniques. Office           see also Ergonomics
environment, but appropriate for all audiences. 25 min.               Back talk
                                                                       Not only are back injuries extremely painful, they can
Thinking Twice Can Save Your Life #1233                                be permanently debilitating! While Oregon OSHA
Attitude is a major part of a successful safety program.               has no specific requirements for weight limits, and no
Attitude supports and drives good decisions based on truth             officially defined lifting techniques, employers may
and knowledge. This video shows what happens when                      refer to weight limits and procedures established by
attitude is allowed to be ignored for just a moment. Shows             NIOSH. The NIOSH Web site is www.cdc.gov/niosh.
how assumptions nearly cost two men their lives. 18 min.

The What-If Game #259                                               Avoiding Back Pain #804
                                                                    Especially appropriate for those who work on utilities, in
Stresses that safety’s not a matter of luck and that anticipating
                                                                    maintenance, or construction, this program opens with
problems and solutions is necessary. 10 min.
                                                                    interviews involving actual workers whose lives have been
When Someone Appeals                                                changed by back injuries. Covers the medical reasons for
                                                                    back pain, the general principles of ergonomics and body
English/Spanish #879                                                mechanics, and specific techniques and work practices for
An overview of Oregon’s Workers’ Compensation Board, with           avoiding back injuries. 26 min.
emphasis on the hearings process and what injured workers
need to know, both before and during an appeal. Guest: John         Back Injury Prevention & Care #65
McCollough. Musician: Patricia Briscole. 30 min.                    Promotes a positive attitude toward proper back care. Covers
                                                                    spine anatomy, back-injury causes, injury prevention, body
Who Works for Injured Workers?                                      mechanics, exercise, and muscle-spasm treatment. 15 min.
English/Spanish #877
Provides information about the Oregon Office of the                 Back Injury Prevention through Ergonomics:
Ombudsman for Injured Workers, describing the activities of         A Curriculum for Nurses #466 G
the ombudsman’s office and contacts for using its assistance         A written teaching resource of five modules, covering the
regarding injuries at work and the workers’ compensation            principles of ergonomics and the prevention of back injuries.
system. Guest: Maria Carraher. Musicians: Gabe and Jim              Sponsor: University of Oregon Labor Education and Research
Silva and Ed Riveira. 25 min.                                       Center. May be duplicated. Print.
Work Place Stress                                                   Back Safety #250
English #617 Spanish #658                                           A survey of the latest research on back posture, mechanics,
Discusses how to identify stress, the effects of everyday stress    and exercise. Shows workers how to protect their backs on
on the body, and measures that may be taken to combat               the job and off. 19 min.
negative stress. 12 min.
                                                                    Back Safety #733
Working with Oregon OSHA                                            Emphasizes injury prevention through proper lifting techniques,
English/Spanish #880                                                physical fitness, and preventive techniques. 5 min.
A description of the mission and responsibilities of the Oregon
Department of Consumer & Business Service’s Occupational
                                                                    Back Safety for Material Handlers #1200
                                                                    Opening with a discussion of human and economic costs
Safety & Health Division (OR-OSHA). Using actual case
                                                                    of back injury, describes back physiology, emphasizing the
histories, this program reviews basic workplace safety and
                                                                    “neutral position.” Identifies various stressors, with tools
health issues, with emphasis on the resources and services
                                                                    for posture self-assessment. Demonstrates safe lifting
available through OR-OSHA for preventing workplace injuries,
                                                                    techniques. Bonus section includes suggested stretching
illnesses, and fatalities. Guest: Tomás Schwabe. Musicians:
                                                                    exercises. Caution: Exercises to be attempted only with a
Grant Elementary students, Salem. 25 min.
                                                                    physician’s approval. 14 min.
Workplace Stress #330                                               Back Safety: Lift Well, Live Well #1201
Shows the powerful force of stress and its causes, how to
                                                                    Covers anatomy of the spine; defines “neutral position” and
identify symptoms of stress, and how to control and eliminate
                                                                    identifies risk factors for injury, including weight, aging, and
many stress factors. Recommends and demonstrates several
                                                                    overall physical condition. Highlights signs of possible injury,
simple exercises. 15 min.
                                                                    emphasizing medical attention if warning signs develop.
                                                                    Provides thorough coverage of safe lifting techniques,
                                                                    including use of mechanical aids. 14 min.




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        — Closed caption        G — Grant                                                                          Back-Benzene

Back Safety: Service Industry Version #1179                          Minimizing Back Strain #8
For workers in the hospitality industry, this video reviews the      Shows how back injuries occur, techniques for using your
leading causes of back injuries, describes the physiology of         back, and how to be aware of your back. Emphasizes the need
the back, and demonstrates safe lifting techniques for avoiding      for personal conditioning in minimizing back strain. 20 min.
injury. 6 min.
                                                                     Safe Patient Handling in Health Care:
Back Talk #19                                                        Applied Ergonomics for Nurses and Health Care
A mysterious being at the bedside of an injured worker
explains how the back works and how to prevent back injuries.        Workers and Patient Orientation #1212 G
Emphasizes proper lifting techniques, exercise, and general          Provides nurses and health-care networks with tools to
physical fitness. 19 min.                                             reduce work-related MSD injuries. Enhance patient and family
                                                                     understanding regarding comfort and security of patient-
Backfire #134                                                         handling technique. Sponsors: Oregon Nurses Association,
Using a fictional case history, this classic video explains the       Bay Area Hospital, University of Oregon, Labor Education
physiology of the back and common causes of back injury and          and Research Center. May be duplicated. Patient orientation
demonstrates measures to prevent injury. Emphasizes safe             video, 11 min.; nurse/health-care worker program, 29 min.
lifting, correct posture, and physical fitness. 15 min.
                                                                     Smartlift #428
Backs: The Ergonomic Connection #304                                 A video designed to reduce the incidence and severity of lifting
Incorporates ergonomic guidelines offering solutions to              and twisting injuries in the retail industry through an updated
prevent back disorders. Educates employees on how backs              program that educates employees about safe techniques for
work, causes of cumulative trauma disorders, proper body             lifting and moving heavy objects. Set in retail, appropriate for
mechanics, common back injuries, and risk factors that cause         a wide audience. 8 min.
back injuries. 14 min.
                                                                     Understanding the Working Back #56
Child’s Play #1240                                                   A nationally recognized (and entertaining) authority on
Proper lifting and carrying come naturally to children. Shows        back-injury control and ergonomics shows the mechanics of
how adults develop poor lifting habits and need to relearn           movement and the consequences of incorrect lifting habits.
proper ways to lift in order to prevent back injury. 5 min.          Explains commonsense techniques. 20 min.

Danger Zone: Your Back #130                                          Backhoe — see Heavy Equipment
Somewhat humorous in approach, this video examines typical
causes of back injury through five fictional case histories.
Emphasizes that injury can be prevented through awareness
                                                                     Batteries
of hazards and safe lifting techniques, combined with general
physical fitness. 19 min.                                             Preventing Battery Accidents #1081
                                                                     Covers correct emergency jump-start procedures as well as
Dealing With Manual Handling #774                                    safe handling and maintenance of 12-volt lead-acid batteries.
This program includes a detailed description of manual               14 min.
handling, problems involved, the causes and types of injuries,
and how to avoid injury. May be used with “Lifting and               Bee Sting — see Insects
Carrying” (English #711, Spanish #757). 10 min.
                                                                     Benzene — see Hazardous Substances
Fighting Back Pain #222
Discusses anatomy and physiology of the back. Demonstrates
proper lifting techniques and exercise for maintaining a
healthy back. Appropriate for workers in manufacturing,
warehousing, and agricultural industries. 18 min.

Lifting and Carrying
English #711 Spanish #757
Covers the anatomy and physiology of the neck and back,
types of injuries, steps to safe lifting, physical characteristics
of loads, working conditions, and personal limitations of
personnel involved in manual handling. 20 min.




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Bloodborne                                                                                     — Closed caption      G — Grant

Bloodborne pathogens                                                   Bloodborne Pathogens: Preparation, Safety,
                                                                       and Training — Your Key to a Safe Trip
   Blood will tell                                                     English #1154 Spanish #1155 G
   When it comes to bloodborne pathogens, the                          For community transportation drivers, this comprehensive
   world is a much more hazardous place than it once                   training resource covers the dangers of exposure to bloodborne
   was; however, preventing exposure is generally a                    pathogens, including HIV, HBV, and HCV. Emphasizes
   simple matter of awareness combined with careful                    preventing exposure through safe work practices, including
   observance of safe work practices.                                  PPE; demonstrates appropriate response to emergencies,
   Training needs vary widely by industry, so a                        including procedures for cleanup of blood or other potentially
   bloodborne-pathogens video that is perfect for                      infectious material. Sponsor: Ride Connection. May be
   one organization may not work for another. The AV                   duplicated. 16 min.
   librarian is happy to help you find the right video for
   your training needs.
                                                                       Bloodborne Pathogens:
                                                                       Protection in Educational Environments #686
   A handy booklet, “Bloodborne Pathogens: Questions                   Presents hazards of exposure to HIV, HBV, and other
   and Answers about Occupational Exposure” is                         bloodborne pathogens while it concentrates on safe work
   available from Oregon OSHA. Oregon OSHA also                        practices that avoid infection. Emphasizes OSHA’s bloodborne
   offers a free workshop entitled “Exposure Control/                  pathogens standard, universal precautions, engineering
   Bloodborne Pathogens.”                                              controls, employee work-practice controls, personal protective
   For information on workshops or publications, call us,              equipment (PPE), housekeeping, and administration of the
   (800) 922-2689, or visit us at, www.orosha.org.                     HBV vaccine. 20 min.

                                                                       Bloodborne Pathogens:
As It Should Be Done #292
Produced by the U.S. Department of Labor; especially                   Protection in the Home-Care Setting #767
appropriate for health-care workers, law enforcement, and              This program outlines precautions for avoiding bloodborne
laboratory personnel, this program provides a step-by-step             pathogens in the home-health-care setting. Covers workplace
review of the federal bloodborne pathogens standard. Includes          transmission, universal precautions, HBV vaccination, and
modes and routes of transmission and demonstrations of                 work-practice controls, including housekeeping and laundry.
universal precautions. May be duplicated. 24 min.                      17 min.

Bloodborne Pathogens #732                                              Bloodborne Pathogens in Schools:
Covers bloodborne pathogens, modes of transmission,                    The Human Side #689
misconceptions about exposure, and proper protective                   Gripping real-life stories highlight the dangers of bloodborne
measures. 5 min.                                                       diseases in educational environments. Suitable for teachers,
                                                                       bus drivers, custodial staff, and others. Covers needle-
Bloodborne Pathogens (revised) #1061                                   stick prevention, HBV vaccination, and exposure reporting.
Revised to include hepatitis C, this video covers bloodborne           22 min.
pathogens, modes of transmission, misconceptions about
exposure, and protective measures. 8 min.                              Bloodborne Pathogens: A Sharper Image #1077
                                                                       Beginning with a consideration of HIV, HBV and HCV, this
Bloodborne Pathogens: Case Histories #708                              video discusses how bloodborne pathogens are transmitted
A real-life illustration of the importance of universal precautions,   and what can be done to guard against exposure. Also covers
featuring interviews with workers infected by bloodborne               proper procedures following a sharps injury and information
diseases. Covers the written exposure-control plan, universal          about the chances of contracting illness following such an
precautions, work-practice controls, engineering controls, and         injury. 19 min.
housekeeping. 21 min.
                                                                       The BBP Standard: How It Affects You #1203
Bloodborne Pathogens: First Responders #375                            For health-care workers, this comprehensive video begins
For emergency responders as a part of annual training.                 with an overview of HBV, HCV, and HIV, emphasizing
Presents an overview of the standard. 18 min.                          prevention. Provides CDC statistics indicating that not
                                                                       everyone affected with HBV or HCV becomes ill. Describes
                                                                       HIV and modes of transmission. Defines OPIM. Describes
                                                                       exposure-control plan, including housekeeping procedures.
                                                                       Concludes with correct reporting and evaluating of exposure
                                                                       incidents. 20 min.




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        — Closed caption       G — Grant                                                               Bloodborne-Chlorine

Bloodborne Pathogens Teleconference #294                          Worker’s Exposed
Especially for health-care workers, this 1992 EDNET               English #420 Spanish #422 G
teleconference was sponsored by Portland Community                Covers non-medical settings in which school workers, building
College, Oregon OSHA, and the Oregon Medical Association.         maintenance and janitorial workers, and hotel housekeepers
Individual presentations provide in-depth technical information   may come into contact with bloodborne infectious diseases
on the nature of bloodborne pathogens, an analysis of             and contaminated implements. Sponsor: Service Employees
Oregon’s bloodborne pathogens standard, and practical             International Union. May be duplicated. 11 min.
instruction on universal precautions. Includes question-and-
answer period. 240 min.                                           Bomb Threat — see Emergencies
Bloodborne Pathogens:
What Would You Do? #1017                                          Brake Dust — see Asbestos
Especially appropriate for industrial settings, this program
provides an overview of bloodborne pathogens, what they           CPR — see First Aid
are, and how they can be transmitted, and your organization’s
safety procedures, including universal precautions. 10 min.       Canneries — see Food Processing
First Responders:                                                 Carpal Tunnel Syndrome — see Ergonomics
Bloodborne Pathogens Training #671
For first responders, this video provides information on
bloodborne pathogens and safe work practices to avoid             Chainsaws
infection. 14 min.
                                                                  see also Agriculture, Forest Activities
For Your Protection: The OSHA Regulations
on Bloodborne Pathogens #324                                      Chainsaw Maintenance & Safety #687
From the American Medical Association. Appropriate for            Covers the components of the chainsaw; chain selection,
health care workers, this program reviews the bloodborne          sharpening; setting the depth gauge, guide-bar maintenance,
pathogens standard, with special attention to the dangers of      chain assembly and tension; and personal and operational
HIV and HBV. Interviews with experts enhance a discussion         safety. 16 min.
of universal precautions. 25 min.
                                                                  Chainsaw Safety: Short Cut to Disaster I & II
HIV in the Research Laboratory:                                   English #1070 Spanish #1071
Controlling your Risks #661                                       A look at proper clothing and inspection of equipment followed
Beginning with a history of human-disease prevention, this        by a demonstration of safe procedures for using a chainsaw.
video covers safe practices and procedures for dealing with       Two tapes, total 10 min.
HIV in a research laboratory. 28 min.
                                                                  Safe Operation of Chainsaws #784
HIV/AIDS: What Caregivers Need to Know #1204                      Covers the procedures necessary for safe operation of what
Describes how the virus works, defines opportunistic              can be a very dangerous tool. It outlines preparation of a
infections, and differentiates HIV infection and full-blown       chainsaw for use, starting a chainsaw, holding and operating
AIDS. Provides CDC statistics on risks and possible effects       a chainsaw, and practices for tree falling. 20 min.
of exposure. Describes means of transmission, defines OPIM,
and highlights what is generally not infectious. Touches briefly
                                                                  Safe Use of Chain Saws #103
                                                                  For “weekend woodcutters,” this video covers safe procedures
on HCV. Details safety precautions and what to do if exposure
                                                                  for tree falling and covers inspection and maintenance of the
occurs. Non-alarmist, without minimizing risks. 16 min.
                                                                  chainsaw, use of PPE, assessment of environmental hazards,
Needlestick Prevention: Five Steps to Safety #895                 and step-by-step instructions for safe falling, limbing, and
A needlestick injury can be fatal! This program emphasizes        cutting. 14 min.
safe work practices for the prevention of needlestick injuries
among health-care workers. Includes a review of newer
                                                                  Winter Falling:
medical implements and guidelines for safe use and disposal       Kick-Backs & Safe Use of Chainsaws #107
of several kinds of sharps. Also describes procedures for         Two programs on one tape: “Winter Falling” is a brief overview
dealing with a needlestick injury. 14 min.                        of the hazards associated with logging under wintery
                                                                  conditions, including high winds, snow, and limited visibility.
Needlestick Prevention: Stick to Safety #1202                     “Kick-Backs and Safe Use of Chainsaws” covers the structure,
Non-alarmist in approach, this video reviews characteristics      maintenance, and safe use of chainsaws. 24 min.
and symptoms of HBV, HCV, and HIV. Demonstrates
techniques for avoiding exposure, including the use of            Chemicals, Chemistry — see Hazardous
sharps safety devices. Highly recommends HBV vaccination.         Substances, Laboratory
Concludes with procedures to follow in exposures. 12 min.
                                                                  Chlorine — see Hazardous Substances
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Christmas-Confined                                                                          — Closed caption       G — Grant

Christmas Tree Farming — see Agriculture                           Confined Space
Communication — see Supervision,                                   Confined Space Emergency Rescue:
Supervisors, Violence in the Workplace                             Prepared for Success #357
                                                                   How to plan for a rescue, training for rescue personnel,
Compressed Air                                                     hazards in permit-required confined spaces, confined-space
                                                                   rescue procedures, and proper use of safety and rescue
                                                                   equipment. 15 min.
see also General Industry
Compressed Air Safety #1222                                        Confined Space Entry #149
                                                                   A witness to a workplace fatality introduces this examination
Demonstrates the effectiveness of different tools that
                                                                   of safety in confined spaces. Covers essential elements
use compressed air, which can be hazardous when used
                                                                   of confined-space safety, including typical hazards,
improperly. Four reenactments of on-the-job injuries illustrate
                                                                   requirements for permits, lockout/tagout, PPE, and
some of the hidden dangers of using compressed air.
                                                                   emergency rescue. 21 min.
Demonstrates the error of using compressed air to clean
clothing and proper use of PPE. 15 min.                            Confined Space Entry #315
                                                                   Defines a confined space, associated hazards, proper entry
Compressed Gas                                                     procedures, attendant responsibilities, and emergency-
                                                                   rescue procedures. 22 min.
see also Welding
                                                                   Confined Space Entry
Compressed Gases #1147                                             English #884 Spanish #885
Geared for first responders, but may be useful in a variety         Covers hazards of various confined spaces, emphasizing
of settings. Provides a brief coverage of various types of         the responsibilities of employers, supervisors, attendants,
compressed gases, including (but not restricted to) corrosives,    and entrants. Includes instruction on required permits and
pyrophorics, and asphyxiants, with tips for identifying            confined-space emergencies. 28 min.
damaged cylinders. Emphasizes safe management of a
hazmat incident. 14 min.                                           Confined Space Hazards #70
                                                                   Covers entry into pressure vessels, storage tanks, and other
Cylinder & Gas Apparatus Safety #203                               confined spaces where there may be an oxygen deficiency,
Describes the basics of fuel and compressed gases and              environmental contamination, fire hazards, or other situations
their containers and the proper use of related equipment.          immediately dangerous to life or health. 30 min.
Presents potential hazards when equipment isn’t handled
safely. 38 min.                                                    Confined Space Rescue & Hotwork #252
                                                                   Deals with entry permits, preparation, atmospheric testing, fire
Inspecting Cylinders for Commercial                                watch, and emergency rescue. Two tapes, total 51 min.
Motor Vehicle Inspections #1224
Especially geared for DOT and police truck inspections.            Confined Space Safety #614
May be useful in learning proper loading and transport of          Sewers, closed tanks, tunnels, open tanks, vats, furnaces, and
compressed-gas cylinders. 12 min.                                  ditches are just some of the many kinds of confined spaces.
                                                                   They all have one thing in common: they can kill. This program
Oxy-Fuel Safety #166                                               is designed for all personnel who may be required to enter a
An experienced welding instructor guides the viewer step-          confined space. 10 min.
by-step through the essential elements of oxy-fuel safety for
welding, cutting, brazing, and heating. Includes numerous          Confined Space Safety #93
demonstrations of equipment and procedures. 30 min.                A comprehensive video series addressing the major hazards
                                                                   facing those who must enter confined spaces. Part 1 defines
Oxyacetylene Safety #1082                                          “confined space,” describes the requirements of a confined-
Covers safe practices in handling and using oxyacetylene           space program, and explains the function and use of permits.
welding and burning equipment. 25 min.                             Part 2 shows the only way to detect invisible atmospheric
                                                                   hazards in confined-space testing. Viewers see direct-reading
Safe Handling of Gases #777                                        instruments (gas-detector tubes and electronic gas detectors).
Appropriate for industrial, medical, and domestic settings, this   Part 3 shows common hazards found in confined spaces and
video covers types of gases and their hazards as well as safe      how to control them. Three tapes, total 70 min.
practices for use, transportation, and storage of gas bottles
and cylinders. Includes leak-test procedures. 19 min.




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        — Closed caption       G — Grant                                                             Confined-Construction

Confined Space Ventilation #709                                    Construction Hazard Communication #213
A comprehensive overview of mechanical ventilation of             A right-to-know program for construction workers, mechanical
confined spaces, covering the four major atmospheric hazards,      and electrical tradespeople, pipefitters and welders, insulators,
common hazard-causing operations, types and techniques of         painters, cement finishers, roofers, carpenters, and general
ventilation, and ventilation troubleshooting. 18 min.             laborers. 23 min.

Confined Spaces: Entry by Permit #349                              Construction Safety in the
Presents practices and procedures that ensure the safety of       High Technology Industry #401
employees entering and working in confined spaces. 20 min.         When the high-technology industry has a need for
                                                                  construction, that need is immediate. This comprehensive
Confined Spaces: Painting Industry                                 CD-ROM covers elements of workplace health and safety
(Slides) #444 G                                                   for construction workers in a high-tech environments. May
Training program teaches painters to recognize traditional        be duplicated. CD-ROM.
and non-traditional confined spaces. Includes use and care
of appropriate personal protective equipment (PPE). Includes      Construction Safety Kit #267
manual. Sponsor: Painter’s District Council No. 55. May be        Discusses the major hazards in the construction industry,
duplicated. 88 slides.                                            including falls from high places, slips and falls, excavation
                                                                  work, high voltage, and lifting. 15 min.
Conflict Resolution — see Supervision,                             Contractor Safety #631
Supervisors, Violence in the Workplace                            Demonstrates the importance of communicating company
                                                                  safety policies and procedures to an outside contractor who’s
Construction                                                      been hired to do work in an unfamiliar environment. Addresses
                                                                  systems and worksite activities. 14 min.
see also Cranes, Excavation, Fall Protection, Heavy               Contractor Safety: Building a Partnership #309
Equipment, Scaffolds                                              A powerful program for improving safety at job sites where
   Empires, builders                                              owner and contractor employees work together. Provides a
   “Land of the empire builders, land of the golden               process for opening lines of communication and developing
   west...” Our state song may be a little politically            a mutually supportive approach to safety. Although based on
   incorrect by today’s standards, but that word,                 OSHA’s regulation for process safety management (PSM) of
   builders — there’s a word that means something.                highly hazardous chemicals, these techniques can be applied
                                                                  to a range of contractor jobs. 23 min.
   Construction has always been a dangerous
   occupation. In an industry in which running behind             Control the Field: Jobsite Safety Inspections #338
   schedule means unhappy customers and lost                      Provides guidance to construction contractors and their
   income, there is the temptation to take shortcuts              supervisors regarding an appropriate approach to regular
   — and in the construction industry, the results of a           job-site safety inspections. 13 min.
   shortcut can be catastrophic.
                                                                  CPWR: Drywall Dust Engineering Controls #814
   In addition to safety videos, Oregon OSHA provides             Provides real-time exposure data for drywall sanders using
   many publications and services intended to help                different techniques and control technology.
   protect lives and limbs of construction workers. For
   information on these resources, call us, (800) 922-            Handling Structural Steel #1133
   2689, or visit www.orosha.org.                                 Covers handling of structural steel from safe unloading
                                                                  through proper sorting and lifting, with emphasis on adequate
C-Stop Safety Program #1010                                       preparation for the job, use of PPE, knowledge of load weights,
A comprehensive overview of topics related to the construction    and proper rigging for various loads. 28 min.
industry, including tool safety, back safety, PPE, respirators,
striking tools, hardhats, and more. 60 min.                       Hazard Communication Course
                                                                  for Shop Ironworkers #452 G
Construction Electrical Safety:                                   Sample MSDSs are explained. Emphasizes the written
Current Control #1246                                             hazard-communication program, labeling requirements,
This video shows how workers on a construction site can           employee information, employee training, and MSDS
work safely around electricity. It covers recognizing hazardous   information. Includes an instructor’s guide and student
conditions, bonding and grounding, misuse of power supplies,      workbook. Sponsor: Employer-Shopmen Local 516. May be
extension cords, poor housekeeping, and more. 11 min.             duplicated. Print.

Construction Electricians #181
Discusses protective clothing, ladders, unsafe acts,
scaffolding, tools, electrical theory, and hazards. 18 min.


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Construction-Cranes                                                                          — Closed caption       G — Grant

Hazard Communication Standard                                       Safe Erection of Open-Web Steel Joist
for Construction #326                                               & Joist Girders #1137
Designed to alert construction employers and their employees        Assumes no knowledge on the part of the viewer. Defines
to the need for communicating information about chemical            terms, presents procedures for safe loading, transportation,
hazards as well as the basic provisions of the standard. May        unloading, rigging and placement of structural steel. Brief
be duplicated. 10 min.                                              coverage of fall prevention. 32 min.

Jobsite Hazards #640                                                Safety Orientation for
Developing hazard awareness among construction workers is           Construction Contractors #232
essential to maintaining a safe work site. This video addresses     A look at one company’s system of interaction with contractors
hazards found on underground construction sites. 10 min.            on a construction site. 16 min.
Laying the Groundwork:                                              SMACNA Safety Manual #456 G
Concrete Construction Safety                                        Includes a manual with an instructor section, overheads,
English #1209 Spanish #1210                                         and quiz questions. SMACNA designed this program for the
Emphasizes accurate communication beginning with                    sheet-metal industry, covering the most-cited occupational-
placement of order — amount needed, form required, MSDS,            safety-and-health violations in the industry. Training module
and PPE. Demonstrates efficient, safe delivery, pumping              subjects: lockout/tagout, hazard communication, confined
operations, and various discharge methods. 17 min.                  space, personal protective equipment (PPE), bloodborne
                                                                    pathogens, electrical safety, fall protection, housekeeping, and
Long Span Trusses #1089                                             respirator safety. Sponsor: Sheet Metal and Air Conditioning
Covers correct procedures for temporary bracing and for             Contractors’ National Association. May be duplicated. Print.
prebuilding an alternative erection system, with basic rules
for preventing collapse. 8 min.                                     What Goes Up Must Come Down:
                                                                    Demolition Safety #1191
Mechanical Aids for the                                             Overview of safe practices and procedures for demolition work,
Construction Industry #214                                          emphasizing planning. Stresses awareness of power lines,
Uses a before-and-after format to show what’s done wrong            hazardous substances, rodents, fire risks, and other dangers.
on a job site, then corrects violations. 10 min.                    Highlights the need for appropriate PPE. Touches on measures
                                                                    to protect nearby buildings and passersby. 12 min.
One Too Many #351
A dramatic portrayal of a workplace fatality and its aftermath;     Contractors — see Construction
examines the human and economic costs of disregarding
safety on the job. 18 min.
                                                                    Cranes
Oregon Manufactured Housing
Safety Training System #484 G                                       Controlling the Load: Crane Rigging Safety #620
A trainer’s guide in short, easy-to-use sections. Topics include    Especially appropriate for large construction sites, this
a supervisor’s guide, safety committee guide, job-hazard            video covers safe rigging procedures for nylon, chain, and
analysis, and safety-inspection checklists. Sponsor: Oregon         wire rope slings, with tips for inspection, maintenance, and
Manufactured Homes Association. May be duplicated. Print.           storage. Demonstrates safe lifting practices for a wide variety
                                                                    of loads. 17 min.
Preventing Workplace Violence
                                                                    Crane-Hoist Operator Training #178
in the Construction Industry #488                                   The basics of crane-hoist safety with emphasis on awareness
This CD-ROM and training manual promote awareness of                of hazards. 13 min.
workplace violence in the construction industry, with special
emphasis on practical strategies for violence prevention. Six       Crane Safety Awareness
sections cover workplace violence, preventing workplace
violence, responding to a violent incident, the growing threat of
                                                                    for Site Superintendents #325
                                                                    Provides an overview of the relationship of crane operations
bombs and suspicious packages at construction sites, “tool-
                                                                    to construction sites and the responsibilities of site
box training,” and forms. May be duplicated. CD-ROM.
                                                                    superintendents and management over such operations. May
The Rules of the Game: Employee Safety                              be duplicated. 8 min.
Orientation for the Construction Industry #341                      Cranes, Conveyors & Hoists:
A general orientation for new employees in construction.
Covers housekeeping, teamwork, hazardous materials,
                                                                    Raising the Standard #845
                                                                    An overview of safety procedures related to roofing, covering
personal protective equipment, fall protection, and other
                                                                    fall prevention, burns, lifting techniques, and PPE. 10 min.
topics. 15 min.




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        — Closed caption        G — Grant                                                                           Cranes-Diving

Craning with Confidence #237                                          Slings & Rigging Hardware Inspection,
Reminds experienced operators not to be complacent about             Maintenance & Application #82
familiar hazards and introduces new workers to things they           Provides a working knowledge of sling types, uses, and
must know to handle a crane with confidence. 17 min.                  benefits. Covers inspection of wire rope, synthetic web, and
                                                                     alloy chain slings. Addresses the significance of D/d ratios.
Fundamentals of Overhead Crane Safety #1153                          Also covers shackles, eyebolts, hooks, turnbuckles, and
Divided into 10 segments for training flexibility, this              more. 44 min.
comprehensive overview covers the essential elements of
overhead crane safety. Topics: basic components, warnings,           Wire Rope #80
hand signals, pre-op inspection, load management, special            In-depth classroom instruction covering OSHA and ANSI
attachments, and parking and securing cranes. 40 min.                requirements for inspection and maintenance of wire rope,
                                                                     with emphasis on determining when items should be removed
Indoor Cranes: Safe Lifting Operations #1130                         from service. 41 min.
Describes various types of indoor cranes, demonstrates step-
by-step pre-op inspection, and concludes with safe rigging           Crawler — see Heavy Equipment
techniques for several types of loads. 19 min.

Inspection, Care & Storage of Slings #791                            Cumulative Trauma Disorders (CTDs) — see
This program looks at a range of lifting equipment and               Ergonomics
fundamental principles that prevent accidents. Covers the
pre-use check; periodic inspections; and safe use and proper         Dairy — see Agriculture
storage of chain, wire, and fiber chains. 15 min.
                                                                     Dental, Dentistry — see Health Care
Mobile Crane Safety #18
Covers basics, including pre-operation setup and inspection,         Disabilities — see Health Care
planning a lift, load-chart interpretations, and safe and efficient
operating techniques. 15 min.                                        Disasters — see Emergencies
Mobile Cranes #745
Construction and industrial footage demonstrate the                  Diving
importance of pre-location set-up, pre-operational inspection
of the crane, planning the lift, and communicating with              The Hazards of Diving in Delta P
coworkers. 6 min.                                                    Work Environments #1181
Overhead Crane Safety #154                                           A somber review of actual diving fatalities underscores the
An overview that covers common terminology, pre-operation            message of the risks of “delta P” (differential pressure) diving
safety inspections, basic operating techniques, and safe work        environments. Defines terms, explains characteristics of
practices and procedures. 19 min.                                    differential pressure, and provides formulae for calculating
                                                                     pressures in seawater and fresh water. Emphasizes pre-
Overhead Crane & Sling Safety #714                                   planning, knowing the layout of the diving site, and techniques
Covers proper techniques for the safe use of cranes and slings       for reducing or eliminating hazards. 12 min.
and outlines daily inspection procedures. 19 min.
                                                                     The Hazards of Underwater Burning #1182
Radio-Controlled Crane Safety #59                                    Covers the hazards of underwater burning, with special
Starts with basic overhead crane safety, then explores               emphasis on avoiding explosions. Explains the “fire triangle”
applications and procedures specific to radio-controlled              and how most explosions occur. Demonstrates specific safe
cranes. 14 min.                                                      work practices for reducing or eliminating hazards. Reviews
                                                                     of actual fatalities related to underwater welding and hotwork
Rigging Geometry & Case Study Workshop #81                           underscore the message. 12 min.
Includes easy-to-learn calculation methods. Gives sample
problems and complete instructions for quick field computations       Why a 3-Man Crew? #1183
for sling length and strength for almost any lift. Covers simple     Why is a three-person crew necessary for safe commercial
geometry and how it applies to sling selection. 33 min.              diving operations? This video leaves no doubt about the
                                                                     answer. Depicts cases in which attempts to save time and
Safe Operation of Overhead Cranes #649                               money by using a two-person crew resulted in death or serious
For operators of pendant or overhead cranes, this video              injury. Also highlights the role of commercial diving in services
highlights pre-op and operational checks, the importance of          on which we all depend. 18 min.
planning the load, rules for safe operation, and procedures
for shutting down. 20 min.




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Dogs-Driving                                                                               — Closed caption      G — Grant

Dogs                                                               Drive for Life: Driver Attitude #820
                                                                   Covers the consequences of driving under the influence of
                                                                   controlled substances such as alcohol. 11 min.
Watch That Dog! #458 G
Dogs bite 1 million to 3.5 million people in America each year.    Drive for Life: Emergency Situations #819
“Watch That Dog” explains basic protection and provides            Shows what to do in tire blowouts, skids, adverse road
insight into the mannerisms of different kinds of dogs. Tells      conditions, accidents, and hazardous spills. 11 min.
how to protect yourself from possible attack and injury.
Sponsor: Northwest Electric Light & Power Association, PGE,        Drive to Be the Best #663
PacifiCorp, Idaho Power. May be duplicated. CD-ROM and              Driving accidents are the leading cause of occupational
video. 10 min                                                      fatalities in this country. This video covers attitude and
                                                                   behavior, techniques and strategies, vehicle condition, safe
Driving/Vehicles                                                   loading, and awareness of company policy. 20 min.

   Plan ahead for weather-related videos                           Driver Daily Maintenance of Light Vehicles #183
   Warning! Weather-related videos can be very difficult            Covers pre-starts, warm-ups, operation, and shutdown
   to get on short notice! We do our best to fill last-             checks. 17 min.
   minute requests, but please don’t wait until December           Drivers Alert:
   to order videos about winter driving, hypothermia, or
   other cold-related topics!                                      Over-the-Counter & Prescription Medicines #1000
                                                                   A review of the potential influence of over-the-counter and
The Alert Driver:                                                  prescription medications on one’s ability to drive safely.
                                                                   Includes interviews with those affected by accidents and with
A Trucker’s Guide to Sleep, Fatigue & Rest #1063                   various safety and medical professionals. 13 min.
Especially for truck drivers, but appropriate for anyone who
must drive for extended periods, this video explains the           Drowsy Driving: Shattered Lives #1001
circadian rhythm, including the need for regular rest. Offers 10   Provides a graphic depiction of the dangers of driving while
strategies for maintaining alertness on the road, with special     fatigued, including a case history of a fatal accident. Also
emphasis on the importance of knowing your limits and the          includes interviews with survivors and with various safety-
dangers of legal drugs. 19 min.                                    and-health professionals. 13 min.
Defensive Driving for Delivery Vans #833                           Drugs & Driving #138
Covers basic safety precautions for those whose work               Deals with drug use by drivers of light commercial vehicles
involves frequent or constant driving. 17 min.                     and the problems caused by drug use. 20 min.
Defensive Driving Tactics #158                                     Drunk Driving Examined #276
Two professional drivers demonstrate the difference between        Describes Olympic diver Bruce Kimball’s drunk-driving
defensive and aggressive driving through city streets and on       accident that killed two teenagers. 25 min.
highways. 16 min.
                                                                   Emergencies in the Making #157
Distracted Driving: At What Cost? #1211                            Shows how “little things” cause driver emergencies. Includes
Driving safely can be challenging when some drivers are            man-made, natural, and road factors. 18 min.
talking on cell phones, using navigational devices, eating, and
grooming while driving. Most drivers are unaware of how many       The Final Factor #159
things distract them. This video shows various distractions,       A series of dramatic episodes highlight key principles of safe
ways to control or ignore them, and the consequences of            driving, with special emphasis on awareness of oneself,
being a distracted driver. 14 min.                                 one’s environment, and other drivers. Demonstrates how
                                                                   the combination of several “minor” factors may result in a
The Distracted Driver:                                             life-threatening situation. 14 min.
A Lesson in Road Sense #1056
This video provides a graphic reminder of the need for             Freewayphobia I & II #161
constant awareness while driving, and highlights common            This Walt Disney cartoon interspersed with real drivers shows
sources of distraction, including phone use, eating and            how emergencies occur in freeway driving. Describes how
drinking, personal grooming, and reading. 20 min.                  faulty maintenance, loose objects in cars, low fuel supplies,
                                                                   not using safety belts, etc., may lead to emergencies. Two
Drive for Life: Defensive Driving #821                             tapes, total 22 min.
Features a section on the importance of wearing seat belts,
with additional sections covering the driving environment, co-     It’ll Never Happen to Me #128
existing with other drivers on the road, and defensive driving     Takes a unique approach to the seat belt issue: focuses on
techniques. 11 min.                                                the probability of long-term disability — rather than death
                                                                   — as the result of an auto accident. 22 min.



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        — Closed caption       G — Grant                                                                                      Driving

Lifting it Right #391                                              Seconds to Live #145
This video from the Automotive Lift Institute shows safe           “Driving like a policeman” is the theme of this lively classroom
operation of automotive lifts. The video is designed especially    presentation given by Sgt. Jack Ware of the Michigan State
for vehicle-service technicians. 17 min.                           Police. Sgt. Ware highlights the importance of constant
                                                                   vigilance on the road, cautions against potentially deadly
Magic Circles of Defensive Driving #142                            drivers. 30 min.
Examines an accident from all angles, including people,
vehicles, attitudes, timing, and circumstances. Proves that one    Servicing Multi-Piece Rims #1143
accident may have many causes; stresses the responsibility         Beginning with an interview with Mary Ehmann, whose efforts
of professional drivers to anticipate and avoid dangers. 10        following the death of her son were instrumental in developing
min.                                                               the federal standard for multi-piece rims, this video presents
                                                                   a graphic overview of the hazards involved with such rims,
Make Winter Driving Safer #109                                     and brief coverage of safe procedures, emphasizing the need
Outlines the adjustments necessary for safe winter driving. Also   for further training. May be duplicated. 10 min.
covers skids and the proper use of jumper cables. 13 min.
                                                                   Space Driving Tactics #163
The Miles House Story:                                             Shows how to create driving space to avoid trouble from sudden
Angels on the Highway #622                                         stops, tailgaters, and hills and curves with limited visibility. Also
A true story of a worker involved in a serious accident while      covers the “two-second rule” and how to use space behind and
driving a company truck, this program stresses the value of        beside your car. 14 min.
wearing a seat belt. 23 min.
                                                                   Taming the Winter Road #1161
Night Driving Tactics #1110                                        For drivers of large trucks, this video is an overview of winter
Illustrates hazards encountered by drivers at night and offers     driving basics, including proper loading, pre-trip inspection,
tips for remaining safe behind the wheel. Covers drowsiness,       awareness of hazards, safe stops and turns, and skid control.
nighttime road emergencies, and driving in heavy fog or rain.      11 min.
17 min.
                                                                   Traffic Safety #665
Oregon School Bus Inspection #95                                   Covers driving in traffic, with special emphasis on “road
Produced by the Oregon Department of Education for school          management” — maintaining a safe space for your vehicle. Also
bus drivers, this video is a point-by-point demonstration of       promotes use of seat belts and avoidance of intoxicants. 8 min.
the required pretrip inspection, with special emphasis on
identifying potential hazards. 20 min.                             The Ultimate Driving Challenge
                                                                   English #781 Spanish #1008
Preventing Motor Vehicle Collisions:                               Hosted by celebrities, a live demonstration of difficult and
It All Rides On You #1205                                          dangerous driving situations and how to handle them safely.
Includes some common causes of motor-vehicle accidents             20 min.
and ways to predict and prevent them. Some graphic content.
20 min.                                                            Van & Truck Driving #164
                                                                   Stresses that a proper attitude is the most important safety
Rediscover the Safety Belt #151                                    equipment for professional drivers. Through the eyes of a
Features driving risks, safety belt facts and myths, and           veteran truck driver, the program teaches the fundamentals
commentary by former astronaut Wally Schirra. 9 min.               of professional driving. 23 min.

Safe Driving #664                                                  Visual Perception in Driving: Eye Habits #108
Emphasizes the need for awareness not only of other drivers        Using live-action and graphics, this video provides an
but of oneself and one’s vehicle. 8 min.                           overview of how the human eye works, while emphasizing
                                                                   the importance of remaining alert and attentive behind the
Safe Winter Driving #888                                           wheel. 12 min.
How to stay safe while driving in winter conditions, including
what to do if you’re stranded at night. 17 min.                    Waterskiing on Four Wheels #112
                                                                   Covers hydroplaning and steps drivers can take to maintain
Seat Belt Safety #610                                              control when driving on wet pavement. 13 min.
Dramatic live-action footage of auto accidents. Helps
motivate workers to wear seat belts. Covers proposed federal       When Teenagers Drive #3
regulations and disproves common arguments against seat            Deals with teenage driving and vehicle accidents. Explores
belts. 5 min.                                                      basic problems, using real-life examples and interviews, and
                                                                   presents possible solutions. Suitable for community groups
                                                                   as well as driver and parent education programs. 12 min.




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Driving-Electricity                                                                           — Closed caption        G — Grant

Winter Driving #822                                                  Electric Meter Training #373
Covers vehicle maintenance and inspection, following and             A brief explanation of meter testing and calibration, with a brief
stopping distances, braking and skid control, driving on inclines,   history of electrical-energy measurement. Includes a simplified
safe braking, and potential hazards of parking lots. 12 min.         look at watt-hour meter construction and operation. 30 min.

Winter Driving for Truck Drivers #1162                               Electrical Equipment Hazards #1067
From the pre-trip inspection to regaining control in a skid,         Describes basic procedures for discharging and grounding
this video is a powerful reminder of winter driving basics for       capacitors and for disconnecting meters from current and
truck drivers. 14 min.                                               potential transformers. 12 min.

Winter Driving Tactics #35                                           Electrical High Voltage:
Anchorage, Alaska, police officers give detailed instructions         Know the Hazards #1134
on preventing winter accidents, handling typical winter              An interview with an injured worker introduces a comprehensive
hazards, and ensuring cars are prepared for winter. Includes         overview of procedures for working with high voltage. Includes
brief descriptions by drivers who have had winter driving            a review of the federal standard, use of PPE, hot sticks, fall
accidents. 13 min.                                                   protection, and safe material handling. 28 min.
Workplace Traffic Safety #482 G                                       Electrical Industry Ergonomics #1173 G
When you drive as part of your job, your car is your workplace.      A multi-format presentation that defines ergonomics and
Produced with Oregon’s 2.5 million drivers in mind, this program     uses interviews with injured workers to demonstrate why
features interviews with experts covering seven crucial driving      ergonomics is important. Presents examples of risk factors,
topics: environment, operation and maintenance, other drivers,       with emphasis on intervention techniques for avoiding injury.
trucks, preparing yourself, passengers, and handling an              Demonstrates stretching exercises. Includes manual, two
accident. Provides information you can use whenever your             CDs (narrated and facilitator versions), and video. Sponsor:
job takes you behind the wheel. Sponsor: Associated Oregon           NECA/IBEW Local 48 Ergonomics Development Committee.
Industries. May be duplicated. 30 min.                               May be duplicated. 55 min.
Young Drivers: The High-Risk Years #1072                             Electrical Lines: Care & Maintenance of Tools
Many young workers drive as a regular part of their jobs, while
even more drive to and from work. This video takes a hard            and PPE #98
                                                                     The first part of the program covers care and maintenance of
look at the human and economic costs of vehicle accidents,
                                                                     tools and equipment in the field; second part covers the same
featuring interviews with parents, teachers, and young drivers
                                                                     by line workers in a warehouse or shop. 35 min.
themselves. 14 min.

Drywall — see Construction                                           Electrical Safety
                                                                     English #173 Spanish #691
Ear Protection — see Personal Protective                             A comprehensive three-part series. Part 1: basic principles
                                                                     of electricity and common terms, including GFCIs and
Equipment (PPE)                                                      lockout/tagout. Part 2: electrical hazards and ways to avoid
                                                                     injury, including extensive treatment of lockout/tagout. Part 3:
Earthquake — see Emergencies                                         emergency-response procedures, including first aid for mild
                                                                     and severe electrical shock and what to do in the event of a
Economics — see Supervision, Supervisors                             fire. Three tapes, total 57 min.

Electricity                                                          Electrical Safety: The Hazards of Electricity #723
                                                                     Appropriate for all workers, this live-action video helps prevent
see also Lockout/Tagout, Power Lines, Power Plant                    injuries by teaching employees the fundamentals of electricity,
                                                                     the main causes of electrocution and electrical shock, and
Awareness and Elimination of                                         electrical fires. 5 min.
Electrical Shock Hazards #485 G                                      Electrical Safety: Qualified Employees #724
Comprehensive manual promotes recognition and control                More than 100 workers are killed yearly by electrocution, and
of electrical hazards associated with power tool use. Printed        thousands suffer the effects of electrical shock. This video
materials include sample lockout/tagout policy, hot-work             covers the identification of energized parts, de-energizing
policy, hot-work classifications, and explosive danger zones.         potentially dangerous systems, safe clearance distances,
Sponsor: NECA-IBEW #48. May be duplicated. Print.                    and precautionary measures. 5 min.
Construction Electrical Safety:                                      Electrical Safety: Safe Work Practices #722
Current Control #1246                                                Covers safe work practices, safe distances from electrical
This video shows how workers on a construction site can              hazards, equipment inspection, and proper PPE. 5 min.
work safely around electricity. It covers recognizing hazardous
conditions, bonding and grounding, misuse of power supplies,
extension cords, poor housekeeping, and more. 11 min.

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        — Closed caption        G — Grant                                                             Electricity-Emergencies

Electrical Safety Training #221                                     Temporary Grounding Seminar #76
Designed for both qualified and inexperienced workers,               Classroom instruction by a specialist covers single-point,
this live-action program covers electricity basics, safe work       dual-point, and personal grounding practices in Part 1. Part
practices, and authorized personnel on low-and high-voltage         2 examines a working model of a three-phase line. 50 min.
lines. Three tapes, total 36 min.

Electrical Shock Hazards #1065                                      Emergencies
Explains what electrical shock is, how it can affect the
human body, and how to help an electrical shock victim. The         see also Hazardous Materials
importance of proper grounding and procedures for inspecting          Legacy of learning
power tools are also illustrated. 12 min.                              The tragic events of 9/11/01 have made us all much
                                                                       more aware of workplace emergencies in general.
Hazard Recognition Program for Employees #355
For use by electrical utilities. Points out hazards associated         While there is no way to be prepared for every
with electrical installations that meter readers or other service      possible event, Oregon OSHA provides many
providers can observe and report. 10 min.                              resources that can help your organization be ready in
                                                                       the event of an emergency.
High-Impact Electrical Safety
                                                                       Oregon OSHA offers a publication entitled “Expecting
English #1148 Spanish #1157                                            the Unexpected: What to Consider in Planning for
Featuring interviews with injured workers, this video graphically      Workplace Emergencies.”
illustrates the need for safe procedures when working with
electricity. Includes an excellent description of arc flash and         Oregon OSHA’s Public Education Section also offers
how to protect against it. Concentrates on prevention of burns         a free workshop, Workplace Emergency Action Plan.
and shock, with special emphasis on PPE. 20 min.                       For information on workshops or publications, call
Protective Equipment in                                                OR-OSHA, (800) 922-2689, or visit the Web site,
                                                                       www.orosha.org.
Electrical Maintenance #1069
Describes several kinds of protective insulating equipment          Anthrax Awareness #1102
and illustrates procedures for inspecting equipment prior to        An overview of anthrax and how it is transmitted. Details the
use. 9 min.                                                         symptoms of exposure, with special emphasis on what to do in
Respect Electricity #1165                                           case of actual or possible exposure. Also describes appropriate
Recommended as one aspect of an overall electrical-safety           treatment of suspicious packages and letters. 13 min.
training program, this video opens with a sometimes-graphic         Biological & Chemical Threats:
review of accidents involving electricity. Explains the basics
— what electricity is and how it works — and highlights             Closing the Door #1109
specific hazards, including shock, falls, fire, and explosion.        A balanced presentation of typical biological and chemical
Emphasizes careful planning and self-monitoring. Divided            weapons with emphasis on personal awareness as well as
into two segments for training flexibility. 30 min.                  sound engineering and administrative controls for avoiding
                                                                    exposure. 20 min.
Safe Practices in Electrical Maintenance #1068
Demonstrates the use of a variety of voltage detectors used to      Bomb Threat Strategy #749
determine that AC electrical equipment is de-energized prior        Covers the nature of bomb threats, bomb-threat strategy,
to being worked on. Explains the difference between voltage         evacuation procedures, and preventive measures. 15 min.
detectors and testers. 10 min.
                                                                    Building Evacuation #748
Take Electricity Seriously:                                         Because a successful evacuation requires the calm
                                                                    cooperation of all personnel, this video is designed for a
Changing Attitudes #1164                                            wide audience. Covers individual responsibilities, types of
Follows the development of an electrical safety program in a        emergencies, and the role of wardens. Set in a high-rise
fictionalized setting. Provides a comprehensive look at what is      building. 12 min.
required for such a program as well as challenges on the path to
effective implementation. A thorough introduction by a qualified     Comprehensive Emergency Planning
trainer will enhance the impact of this video. 29 min.
                                                                    for First Responders #472 G
Take Electricity Seriously:                                         A printed manual designed to prevent injury to first responders
                                                                    in such emergencies as earthquakes, floods, wildland fires,
Developing Awareness #1163                                          and tsunamis, that may require extraordinary response over
An “attention getter” that may be especially useful for hazard-     an extended period of time. Sponsor: Oregon Fire District
awareness presentations, this video presents a sometimes-           Directors Association. May be duplicated. Print.
graphic review of workplace accidents highlighting the
dangers of inattention while working with electricity. 14 min.



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Emergencies-Ergonomics                                                                       — Closed caption         G — Grant

Earthquake Safety #1062                                            When Lightning Strikes #806
Opening with dramatic footage of the aftermath of an               Shows workers what they can do to protect themselves. 5 min.
earthquake, this video explains why earthquakes happen,
and what you can do to help protect yourself in the event          Employee Assistance Program (EAP) — see
of a quake. Set in Southern California. Appropriate for any        Substance Abuse, Supervision, Supervisors
earthquake-prone region; offers safety tips for a wide variety
of home and work settings. 12 min.
                                                                   Ergonomics
Emergency Action Plan:
Crisis Under Control #1103                                         see also Back Safety
Highlights the importance of the emergency action plan, with
tips on developing an effective plan for your organization.           Body breakdown
Emphasizes readiness for emergencies through clear                    When equipment breaks down at work, it can cause
planning, employee training and appropriate supplies. Details         problems on the job. When the equipment breaking
effective response procedures, including evacuation, with             down is your own body, it can cause problems for you
special emphasis on cooperation with law-enforcement and              everywhere.
fire-service personnel. 16 min.
                                                                      Oregon OSHA provides many resources to help you
Emergency Evacuation:                                                 understand body mechanics and how to avoid the
                                                                      pain and restrictions involved with cumulative trauma.
Getting out Alive #1025
Provides an overview of what to do in case of emergency,              Oregon OSHA offers publications that can help
emphasizing the importance of the written plan and regular            you remain ergonomically sound: “A Back Injury
drills. Includes procedures for fire, earthquake, explosions,          Prevention Guide for Health Care Workers,” “Easy
and hazmat incidents, using a variety of settings. Also               Ergonomics: A Practical Approach for Improving the
demonstrates rescue procedures. 16 min.                               Workplace,” and “Evaluating Your Computer Work
                                                                      Station.” As always, the first copy is free on request,
Facility Security #1108                                               and you may make as many copies as needed. See
Provides an overview of chemical, biological, mechanical,             www.orosha.org or call (800) 922-2689 for more
and electronic terrorist methods with emphasis on appropriate         information.
engineering controls and personal responsibility to be
observant. 18 min.                                                 Avoiding Cumulative Trauma:
Incident Safety Officer:                                            A Course for Telecommunications #400 G
                                                                   This written manual forms the basis for an eight-hour class
A Training Program for Fire Departments #827                       designed to enable telecommunication workers to evaluate
A comprehensive training package intended for use in one
                                                                   their own jobs and understand the importance of body
six-hour session or three two-hour sessions. Participants are
                                                                   mechanics in preventing injuries. Sponsor: Communication
given the opportunity to discuss the function of the incident
                                                                   Workers of America, Local 7901. May be duplicated. Print.
safety officer in the incident management system; review the
characteristics of an effective safety officer; observe the scene   Carpal Tunnel #715
of a structural fire; become familiar with on-scene hazards in      Animation and live-action footage shows the seriousness of
a variety of emergencies; and practice writing a safety action     carpal tunnel injuries. Presents ways to eliminate the stresses that
plan. Two tapes, total 44 min.                                     cause this repetitive motion injury. Non-office settings. 6 min.
Planning for Disaster: Earthquakes #632                            Carpal Tunnel Syndrome in Industry #201
Presents key elements of an earthquake emergency action            This worker guide reviews the syndrome, recognizing early
plan. 8 min.                                                       symptoms, what to do if symptoms occur, and how to minimize
                                                                   the chances of getting carpal tunnel syndrome. 13 min.
Planning for Disaster: Floods #633
Presents key elements of an emergency action plan for              Easy Ergonomics for Caregivers #1169
dealing with floods. 9 min.                                         Reviews basic ergonomics such as force, posture, and
                                                                   repetition. Demonstrates good ergonomic practices,
Planning for Disaster: Lightning #798                              emphasizing getting close to your work, pivoting with your
Defines lightning and offers an overview of safe work practices
                                                                   feet, transferring safely, and using a fall kit to lift residents
to avoid lightning strikes. Features an interview with a
                                                                   who have fallen. Sponsor: Associated Oregon Industries.
lightning-strike victim. 6 min.
                                                                   May be duplicated. 15 min.
Rapid Intervention Teams #1107                                     Effective Prevention Strategies
Appropriate for all emergency-response personnel, this video
describes the responsibilities of the rapid intervention team,     for Cumulative Trauma #286
including duties of officers, assessment of the scene, and          Covers key prevention elements and employee communications
procedures for search and rescue. 20 min.                          for cumulative trauma. 16 min.


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         — Closed caption         G — Grant                                                                             Ergonomics

Electrical Industry Ergonomics #1173 G                                  Goin’ Through the Motions
A multi-format presentation that defines ergonomics and                  (supervisor’s version) #209
uses interviews with injured workers to demonstrate why                 Focuses on supervisors’ responsibility for reducing injuries
ergonomics is important. Presents examples of risk factors,             without cutting production. 12 min.
with emphasis on intervention techniques for avoiding injury.
Demonstrates stretching exercises. Includes manual, two                 Industrial Ergonomics #200
CDs (narrated and facilitator versions), and video. Sponsor:            Reviews causes and symptoms of cumulative trauma disorders.
NECA/IBEW Local 48 Ergonomics Development Committee.                    Covers working with joints in optimal positions, minimizing
May be duplicated. 55 min.                                              force, using scheduled breaks to rest muscles and tendons,
                                                                        and keeping lower-back forces at a minimum. 13 min.
Ergonomics #288
Provides a base of knowledge for management (Part 1) and                Managing Cumulative Trauma Injuries #287
employees (Part 2) to work together to find solutions for the fastest-   Discusses important elements of strategies for managing
growing area of workers’ compensation. Taped at manufacturing,          cumulative trauma injuries. 16 min.
textile, chemical, and pharmaceutical sites. 30 min.
                                                                        Office Ergonomics #202
Ergonomics: Preventing                                                  Reviews causes and symptoms of the most common
Musculoskeletal Injuries #389                                           cumulative trauma disorders and explains how to reduce
Produced by the Center to Protect Workers’ Rights for                   chances of developing them. Covers body mechanics,
construction workers, this brief program reviews the major              appropriate workstation design, and use of VDTs. 15 min.
risk factors leading to ergonomic injury and highlights the
human and economic costs of such injuries. May be useful as             Office Ergonomics
an introduction to safety training on this topic or as a thought-       English #656 Spanish #660
provoker for safety-committee meetings. 5 min.                          Especially appropriate for office or shipping environments.
                                                                        Presents practical, low-cost solutions to common ergonomic
Ergonomic Programs That Work #1176                                      problems as well as techniques to reduce everyday stress
Especially appropriate for managers and administrators,                 and strain in the workplace. 11 min.
this video uses many interviews and real-life examples to
underscore the benefits of an effective ergonomics program.              Office Ergonomics: Putting It All Together #713
Reviews key elements, including management commitment,                  Begins with an introduction to office ergonomics, including
worker involvement, worksite analysis, and ongoing training             physical elements, risk factors, proper posture, and the
and evaluation. Some tasks portrayed in this video may                  causes of cumulative trauma disorders. Part Two covers the
not reflect OR-OSHA requirements for personal protective                 environmental elements of ergonomics, including light, vision,
equipment. Please consult Oregon OSHA with any questions                and air quality. 30 min.
regarding these requirements. May be duplicated. 21 min.
                                                                        Office Ergonomics Task Analysis #696
Ergonomics for Supervisors #199                                         Guides the safety/ergonomics team step-by-step through
Designed to help supervisors reduce risks of carpal tunnel              identification and analysis of stress-causing conditions and
syndrome and other cumulative trauma disorders in the shop              bad habits that lead to cumulative trauma injuries. 15 min.
and the office. 19 min.
                                                                        Preventing Musculoskeletal Disorders:
Ergonomics: VDTs #211                                                   A Dental Hygiene Ergonomics Curriculum #460 G
Shows the best ways to work at VDTs to reduce repetitive                Includes student and instructor’s manual with transparencies
motion stress, the benefits of using ergonomic principles,               to teach basic ergonomic principles and risk factors for
and five stress-relieving exercises workers can do at their              musculoskeletal cumulative trauma disorders. Program
workstations. 12 min.                                                   includes understanding body mechanics and preventing
                                                                        disorders through exercise and conditioning; task analysis; and
Ergonomics: Your Body at Work #251                                      ergonomic interventions. Sponsor: University of Oregon Labor
Featuring baseball great Catfish Hunter and footage                     Education and Research Center. May be duplicated. Print.
from “I Love Lucy,” the program focuses on recent OSHA
recommendations and safe ergonomics practices. Defines                   The Right Moves: Ergonomics
the term and discusses modifying body mechanics and the
proper use of hand tools. 20 min.
                                                                        in the Workplace #764
                                                                        This video stresses the advantages of applying ergonomic
Goin’ Through the Motions #210                                          principles in a wide variety of settings, while presenting
Explains the risks of repetitive motion injuries and demonstrates       activities that sometimes lead to cumulative trauma disorders
practical ways to work safely. Explains carpal tunnel syndrome,         and safe work practices to avoid CTDs. 18 min.
symptoms, common treatments, and more. 12 min.




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Ergonomics-Excavation                                                                      — Closed caption        G — Grant

Safe Patient Handling in Health Care:                             Cave In! Trenching and Shoring Safely #1166
Applied Ergonomics for Nurses and Health Care                     Beginning with a review of a trenching fatality, this video
                                                                  highlights hazards of trenching in light of human physiology.
Workers and Patient Orientation #1212 G                           Defines terms and soil classification and reviews safe practices,
Provides nurses and health-care networks with tools to reduce     including appropriate sloping and benching. 18 min.
work-related MSD injuries. Enhances patient and family
understanding regarding comfort and security of patient-          The Competent Person & Soils Testing #334
handling technique. Sponsors: Oregon Nurses Association,          Explains who is considered the competent person and his or
Bay Area Hospital, University of Oregon, Labor Education          her responsibilities. Provides clear and simple explanations
and Research Center. May be duplicated. Patient orientation       of the soil-classifications system, five easy field tests for
video, 11 min.; nurse/health-care worker program, 29 min.         determining soil types, and how to be prepared for an OSHA
                                                                  inspection. 27 min.
Understanding Cumulative Trauma #285
For supervisors and workers, this program provides an             Digging Dangers X: Deadly Surprises #1032
understanding of cumulative trauma disorders. 16 min.             Featuring actual news footage and photographs, this brief
                                                                  program graphically demonstrates the importance of obtaining
VDT Safety #311                                                   necessary information before you dig. Appropriate for new or
Examines problems caused by working at VDTs. Looks at             experienced utility workers. 8 min.
ergonomic factors of VDT use, explores the effects of lighting,
and shows how to relieve VDT-induced fatigue, stress, and         On Solid Ground:
eyestrain. 16 min.
                                                                  Plan for Safe Excavation & Trenching #621
Video Display Terminals:                                          A trench cave-in is 15 times more likely to result in death than
                                                                  other types of workplace accidents. This comprehensive
The Battle for Comfort #710                                       overview emphasizes the need for planning before digging. A
Covers ergonomic principles, working with keyboards,              detailed review of soils testing is followed by demonstrations
eliminating eyestrain, relaxation exercises, and workstation      of several types of shields and shoring. 19 min.
analysis. 21 min.
                                                                  Safe Operation of Directional
Wood Products Ergonomics #1174 G
For mill workers and supervisors; emphasizes the development      Boring Tracking Equipment #1004
of a successful ergonomics program. Defines ergonomics,            Discusses the hazards of using boring tracking equipment;
reviews body mechanics, identifies risk factors, and highlights    includes emergency procedures if underground gas or
ways workers can conduct ergonomic assessments in their           electrical utilities are contacted. Also covers proper footwear
own work. Suggests solutions to common problems. Includes         and use of the owner’s manual. 13 min.
comprehensive section on effective training methods.              Trench Cave-in Rescue #12
Sponsor: WCIW/Boise. May be duplicated. Print.                    Designed primarily for fire fighters and paramedics. Explains
Working with Display Screen Equipment #674                        basic terminology and shows shoring and sloping methods,
Covers basic ergonomic principles for those who work with         including trenches without shoring. The last part of the tape
video display terminals. Includes proper arrangement of work      is a case study of a rescue. Suggests an SOP for rescue
areas and recognition of hazards. 15 min.                         work. 52 min.

                                                                  Trench Shoring & Shields #270
Ethylene Oxide (ETO) — see Hazardous                              Explains proper installation and use of trench shoring as well
Substances                                                        as requirements for trench shields. Two tapes, total 22 min.

                                                                  Trenching & Excavation Safety #1088
Excavation                                                        Covers the basic safety measures to be taken in excavation
                                                                  and trenching operations, incorporating specifications set
   Soil support                                                   forth in EM385-1-1, the Corps Safety and Health Requirements
   As the description for a classic safety video says, in         Manual. 18 min.
   order to support a ton of soil, you’d have to be dead.
   And a ton of soil occupies a much smaller space than           Tunneling Safety #346
   you might expect! In addition to safety videos on this         Covers basic safety concerns in a tunnel, including air
   topic, there is also a publication entitled “Excavations”      monitoring, ventilation, emergency procedures, mechanical
   and a free workshop For information on workshops               equipment, and personal protection. 12 min.
   or publications, call us, (800) 922-2689, or visit us on
   the Web, www.orosha.org.                                       Underground Safety: Personal Protection
                                                                  English #642 Spanish #637
Auger Boring Operations #344                                      An overview of construction-industry hazards with emphasis on
Reviews dangers of auger boring operations and what you           avoiding injury through careful observance of basic safety rules.
can do to protect yourself. Ten guidelines cover all phases       Includes graphic depictions of workplace injuries. 10 min.
of the project. 10 min.

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         — Closed caption          G — Grant                                                                            Explosives-Fire

Explosives                                                                 Personal Fall Protection #319
                                                                           Discusses personal fall-protection systems, including
                                                                           equipment anchorage and tie-off. Shows body belts,
see also Hazardous Substances, Hazardous Materials                         harnesses, and positioning systems. 18 min.
Emergency Instructions:                                                    Pole Climbing Techniques #1073
Commercial Trucking #771                                                   Covers safe pole climbing using the three-point method,
Discusses do’s and don’ts of transportation emergencies                    equipment inspection, pole testing, and safe work habits.
involving explosives. Presents the roles of drivers, firefighters,           20 min.
and police in a graphic and logical manner. Covers methods
of shipping, documentation, vehicle inspection, and the                    Safety Cable System #281
importance of ongoing training. 25 min.                                    Shows a steel building being built in Quebec, Canada, that
                                                                           uses a cable system affording 100-percent fall protection for
Safe Storage of Explosives #769                                            workers. 25 min.
Identifies government regulations and industry standards.
Discusses design requirements of storage areas, considering                Farming — see Agriculture
types of explosives, and the location of magazines in relation
to other structures, roads, inspections, and emergency and
security issues. 27 min.                                                   Fire
Eye — see Personal Protective Equipment                                    Basic Fire Suppression and Safety Training
                                                                           English #293 Spanish #847
Fall Protection                                                            Covers basic fire safety and training. Reflects training
                                                                           requirements in the forest activities code. Specifically tailored
                                                                           for wildland fires. Program includes checklist, questionnaire,
see also Construction, Scaffolds                                           and guidelines. 45 min.
Anchorages Make the Connection #320                                        Facts About Fire #253
Identifies anchorage points and hooking up safely for personal              Examines the “fire triangle” in detail and how to keep its three
fall protection in a wide variety of settings. 18 min.                     components separated in the workplace. 15 min.
Caught in Time #336                                                        Fire Awareness #1020
Shows proper fall protection from both an engineering and                  Appropriate for all audiences, this program covers the nature,
personal-protective-equipment perspective. Directed at                     causes, and behavior of fire, with special emphasis on fire-
contractors and their employees. 16 min.                                   safety management. 16 min.
Elements of Fall Protection #848                                           Fire Extinguisher 2000 #1123
For construction-industry employers and workers, this program              Covers proper procedures in the event of a fire, including
explains basic fall-prevention concepts, the use of personal               correct use of the appropriate fire extinguisher. Provides an
fall-arrest systems and ways to prevent falls. 22 min.                     overview of the causes of fire, with emphasis on prevention
                                                                           through housekeeping and safe work procedures. 18 min.
Fall Protection in the Construction Industry #385
Sponsored by Oregon OSHA, this 1995 EDNET teleconference                   Fire Extinguishers #718
provides detailed information on Oregon OSHA’s fall protection             Covers types of fire extinguishers and the fires for which they
standard for the construction industry. This comprehensive                 are suited. Demonstrates proper use and federal requirements
program provides an explanation of the rules, a demonstration              for storage and maintenance. 5 min.
of various types of equipment, and a question-and-answer
period. 143 min.                                                           Fire Extinguishers
Fall Protection Systems #772                                               English #698 Spanish #697
This comprehensive program features computer graphics                      Shows the four types of fire and the five main extinguishing
demonstrating how fall protection works and where a body                   agents. Shows how to safely operate and maintain
experiences stress in a fall. Presents a variety of fall-arrest systems,   extinguishers and what to do in a fire emergency before using
work-positioning systems, and climbing protection. 20 min.                 the extinguisher. Teaches that the best way to stop a fire is
                                                                           to prevent it. 23 min.
Heightened Awareness: Fall Protection in the
                                                                           Fire Extinguishers: The ABCs #365
Construction Industry #854                                                 Explains the classes of fire and a simple way to remember
Live-action and narration combine in this presentation of                  them. Demonstrates which extinguisher to use on which fire
eight types of fall protection, with safe work procedures for              and illustrates the fire triangle. Also shows how to extinguish
each. 20 min.                                                              a flashback. 13 min.




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Fire-Flagging                                                                               — Closed caption        G — Grant

Fire Extinguishing: Fight or Flight? #141                          Remember Charlie #1219
A dramatic demonstration of what can happen if you use the         Charlie Morecraft tells his dramatic story of being burned over
wrong type of fire extinguisher or the correct extinguisher the     45 percent of his body due to a serious on-the-job accident.
wrong way. Includes a review of fire and extinguisher types, with   His candid description of the accident and its consequences
instruction for the proper use of each extinguisher. 16 min.       motivates viewers to rethink safety attitudes. He also
                                                                   describes what effect the accident had on his coworkers and
Fire in the Workplace #773                                         family. 56 min.
This award-winning program covers the major causes of
fires and safe practices to prevent fires. Instructs viewers in      When Fire Strikes:
reactions to fires, including use of extinguishers, emergency       Commercial Kitchen Employees #694
notification, and evacuation procedures. 27 min.                    Using news footage of commercial kitchen fires, this video
                                                                   emphasizes avoiding fire is everyone’s responsibility.
Fire in the Workplace                                              Presents many safe work practices and procedures. Features
English #657 Spanish #659                                          interviews with safety experts. 14 min.
Covers the causes of fires and evaluation of fire hazards.
Emphasizes planning to prevent fires, including arson fires.         Firearms — see Performing Arts
20 min.

Fire Power #863                                                    Firefighters — see Emergencies, Fire
This video documents what happens as fire develops and
spreads through a house, depicting the power and speed of
an uncontrolled fire. Emphasizes that fire is a serious threat
                                                                   First Aid
and focuses attention on the need for an effective emergency       Chain of Care: Early CPR #688
plan. 18 min.                                                      Details CPR for the infant, child, and adult, with emphasis on
                                                                   guidelines from the American Heart Association. Hosted by
Fire Prevention & Safety                                           Mike Farrell. 35 min.
English #699 Spanish #706
Reviews the three components needed for fire and discusses          First Aid for Schools #690
common causes of fires. Presents types of fires and fire              Covers basic first-aid procedures for bleeding, shock, and
extinguishers and emphasizes the importance of a clearly           broken bones, as well as common safety precautions. 19
posted evacuation plan. 14 min.                                    min.
Fire Service: Infection Control #226                               First Aid on the Job #634
Covers exposure and action categories for communicable             A review of basic first-aid procedures, emphasizing primary
diseases, recommended sterilization and disinfection               assessment of various illnesses and injuries on the job. 26 min.
procedures, and waste-disposal standard operating
procedures. 23 min.                                                Survival First Aid #220
                                                                   Shows how to assess and possibly treat injured persons while
Firefighter Training S130 G                                         waiting for more-qualified help. Covers proper assessment
English #1242 Spanish # 1243                                       of airways, how to know if the victim is breathing, monitoring
These training materials are vital to the initial training for     adequate blood circulation, and controlling bleeding. 15 min.
new wildland firefighters. The purpose is to facilitate the
training of Hispanic workers who have limited English-
                                                                   Thermal Burns #736
                                                                   Presents safe work practices and engineering controls for
speaking abilities. These training materials meet standards
                                                                   avoiding heat-related burns, with a section on appropriate
for courses established by the National Wildfire Coordinating
                                                                   treatment. 5 min.
Group (NWCG). These training materials meet the Course
Development and Format Standards, Sixth Edition, 2003.
(English version-printed material, two videos; Spanish             Flagging
version-two videos/one CD-ROM, printed material.)
                                                                   Flagger #58
Industrial Fire Hazards #229                                       An overview of hazards, with some specific hazards and
Teaches prevention of workplace fires and how to respond            solutions. 30 min.
correctly to emergencies. Covers flammable and combustible
liquids industrial gases, and hazardous chemicals. Three           Road Crew Safety #1027
tapes, total 45 min.                                               Examines work-zone dangers for road construction and paving
                                                                   crews and offers advice on ways to diminish the risks. Covers
Industrial Fire Prevention #1225                                   work-site inspection, major causes of accidents, and safe work
The best way to fight a fire is to learn how to prevent one.         practices for both daytime and nighttime operations, with special
This video shows how to keep fires from starting and what to        emphasis on personal responsibility for safety. 24 min.
do when fire breaks out. Covers flash points, classes of fires,
sources of ignition and much more. 21 min.


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        — Closed caption       G — Grant                                                                     Flagging-Forest

Safety Flagging #635                                               Kitchen & Canteen Safety #233
Addresses the basics of flagging and shows how well-trained         Discusses hygiene, personal protective equipment, manual
flaggers can help prevent accidents that cause nearly 800           handling, kitchen fires, use of knives, and avoiding accidents
fatalities a year. 10 min.                                         and injuries. 14 min.
Traffic Control Through Work Zones #805                             Kitchen Safety ... It’s Up to You! #368
This video shows how to safely set up traffic control for short-    Covers basic aspects of kitchen safety. Settings include
term jobs, covering basic flagging techniques, determining          restaurants, hotels, and food service. Note: Preview before
safe taper lengths, proper positioning of channelizing devices,    showing video to your staff. The final section contains
do’s and don’ts of flashing arrow signs, with detailed safe         instructions on how to use the study guide. 10 min.
work practices. 21 min.
                                                                   Kitchen Safety:
Work Area Protection #74                                           Preventing Falls, Burns, Machine Injuries #809
Covers coning, signing, and flagging for work zones on streets      Presents step-by-step techniques for working safely with
and highways. 11 min.                                              machinery and other kitchen equipment and basic first-aid
                                                                   procedures for coping with work-related accidents. 30 min.
Work Zone Safety for Roadway
Maintenance Operations #846                                        Foot — see Personal Protective Equipment
Live-action scenarios and interviews with experts combine
in this comprehensive training program on work zone safety.
Seven segments for training flexibility. Note: The length of this   Forest Activities
program makes it especially appropriate for use over several
training sessions. 108 min.                                        Basic Wildland Fire Suppression
                                                                   English #293 Spanish #847
Food Processing                                                    Covers basic fire safety and training. Reflects training
                                                                   requirements in forest activities code. Specifically tailored
Food Safety’s in Your Hands #794                                   for wildland fires. Program includes checklist, questionnaire,
An overview of safe practices for the food handling industry,      and guidelines. 45 min.
with particular emphasis on hygiene and sanitation. 16 min.
                                                                   Faller Safety #1144
Safety First: Pictograms                                           Demonstrates safe procedures for Humbolt and open-face
                                                                   cuts, with strong emphasis on awareness of spring poles,
for the Food Processing Plant                                      snags, widow-makers and other hazards. Includes a review
English #414 Spanish #416 G                                        of PPE and pre-op inspection of safety equipment. 20 min.
A pictogram and video project developed to reduce the
number of food-processing-plant accidents that occur due           Falling #172
to non-English-speaking employees’ inability to read and           Interviews with veteran loggers highlight this in-depth look
understand hazard warning signs and literature. Sponsor:           at safety for tree fallers. Covers care and maintenance of
Northwest Food Processors Association. 5 min.                      equipment, safe cutting/falling techniques, use of chainsaws,
                                                                   and some heavy equipment. Emphasizes continuing
Safety in the Fruit Packing Plant                                  awareness of oneself and one’s surroundings. 21 min.
English #436 Spanish #438 G
A training video for fruit-packing employees that covers           Falling & Bucking #104
health-and-safety measures to reduce on-the-job accidents          A series of standalone slide presentations on one video
and injuries and time lost from work. Emphasizes safety            covering the dangers of working too close to tree falling,
procedures and individual responsibility in the prevention of      dealing with snags, safe limbing and bucking, the dangers
accidents and injuries in the workplace. Sponsor: Fruit Growers    of domino falling, and landing bucking for ground-skidding
League of Jackson County. May be duplicated. 15 min.               operations. 49 min.

                                                                   Feller Buncher Operations #812
Food Service                                                       Covers both hydraulic shear and sawhead tree fellers and
                                                                   feller-bunchers with emphasis on safe practices for operation
Food Service: Sanitation & Safety #235                             and maintenance, including the pre-operation inspection,
Covers personal hygiene guidelines; preventing food                use of proper PPE, and constant awareness of worksite
contamination; dishwashing techniques; general cleaning            hazards. 18 min.
practices; and how to prevent accidents, use equipment
safely, and combat fires, along with guidelines for dealing         Ground Skidding Safety #263
with personal injury. 26 min.                                      From WCB of British Columbia, this program provides an
                                                                   overview of safe work practices for ground skidding, with
                                                                   special emphasis on using the correct equipment for the grade
                                                                   involved and the importance of being aware of environmental
                                                                   and other hazards. 24 min.

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Forest                                                                                         — Closed caption        G — Grant

Hazard Recognition in Pulp & Paper Mills #245                         Preventing Occupational Illness:
Slides and narration on video, this presentation identifies the        Pulp & Paper Industry #476 G
most common hazards of pulp and paper mills on the basis of           A loose-leaf manual, containing resources, small-group
cited violations. Refers to federal standards. 20 min.                exercises, and other written materials to train mill employees
                                                                      to perform industrial hygiene sampling, investigate hazardous
Introduction to Sawmills #171                                         mill chemicals and their effects, and more. Sponsor:
Veteran workers and historic footage underscore the
                                                                      University of Oregon Labor Education and Research Center
importance of safety in the sawmill. Covers the role of the
                                                                      in cooperation with the Association of Western Pulp and Paper
safety committee, correct accident reporting, appropriate
                                                                      Workers Oregon Council. May be duplicated. Print.
use of PPE, and lockout/tagout. Produced in British
Columbia. 15 min.                                                     Safe Logging Near Overhead Power Lines #670
                                                                      An overview of safe work practices for logging near overhead
Loader Operations #811                                                power lines, emphasizing awareness and preparation. 7 min.
Focusing on the key role of the loader and loader operator in
maintaining a safe logging operation, this program covers pre-        Safety in Tree-Length Logging #105
operation inspections, moving loaders, safe operating practices       An overview of tree-length logging, including falling, skidding,
and procedures for maintenance and service. 13 min.                   yarding, loading, and safe transportation. 40 min.
Log Hauling Safety #844                                               Setting the Standard:
This video features the common safety activities that occur
within a day in the life of a log-truck driver. The objective is to   An Overview of Heli-Logging #780
confirm or increase drivers’ understanding of what is required         Focuses on hillside- and log-landing hazards, correct
of them in terms of general safety practices. 13 min.                 procedures, and safety standards. Also illustrates common
                                                                      site hazards with dramatic footage and establishes safety
Log Landing & Log Yard Operations #810                                standards with colorful graphics. 20 min.
This program covers log landing layout, the responsibilities of
the loader operator and other workers, and safe practices for         Skid Steer Loader Safety #1003
loading and unloading timber, with emphasis on appropriate            Addresses safety issues, including how to dress, transporting
PPE and awareness of hazards. 18 min.                                 equipment, checking controls for proper function, and general
                                                                      operating guidelines. 11 min.
Log Safety Awareness #843
Safety is the most important aspect of every job in the forest        Suicide Missions: Timber! #1064
industry. This program features day-to-day elements of on-the-        Originally aired on The History Channel, this documentary
job safety, geared to promoting discussion and awareness of           provides an overview of the timber industry, with emphasis on
common safety actions that apply to all logging jobs. 12 min.         the hazards involved and ways to avoid injury or death on the
                                                                      job. Because this video was produced for a wide audience,
Logging: Clearing Techniques #168                                     viewers are reminded that a few of the work practices depicted
Explains setup and maintenance for a particular brand of              may not reflect safety standards in Oregon. 45 min.
clearing saw, with specific attention to safety and proper cutting
techniques. Also covers site layout and operating procedures          Tackling Productivity in Mechanized Logging #331
for pre-commercial thinning in young stands. 15 min.                  Demonstrates productivity of crews using cross-training and
                                                                      teamwork. Identifies productivity inhibitors (breakdowns,
Logging: Motor Manual Methods #169                                    bottlenecks, buffers, balance, and blunders). Logging crews
Discusses forestry operations involving chainsaws and clearing        involved with mechanized logging and harvesting can profit
saws. Explains how trained saw operators using proper                 from this video. 19 min.
techniques can increase production and safety. 15 min.
                                                                      Who’s Going Home Tonight? #41
Logging Safety for New Employees #1018                                For line loggers and new-employee orientation, this video
A cooperative project of AOL and Willamette Industries, this          identifies line-logging and landing hazards. Includes accident
program presents the most common hazards faced by loggers             scenes. 16 min.
and safe work practices for avoiding those hazards. 10 min.
                                                                      Work Technique Limbing #167
Logging Truck Safety #102                                             Explains the six-point limbing technique developed in Sweden
From WCB of British Columbia. For owner/operators and fleet            and offers suggestions for more productive limbing while
owners, this video outlines responsibilities and procedures.          increasing safety. 18 min.
Included are procedures for maintenance, loading and
unloading, and radio communications. 10 min.                          Working with Wind-Thrown Trees #170
                                                                      In-depth presentation of safe practices for falling, limbing, and
                                                                      cutting storm-damaged timber. Emphasizes careful planning
                                                                      and presents a review of required equipment. 18 min.




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        — Closed caption         G — Grant                                                                                  Forklifts

Forklifts                                                             Forklift Handling:
                                                                      Safety in Dangerous Situations #1016
   Safety, forklifts, and you                                         A graphic depiction of a wide variety of accident causes
   Forklift safety is such an important aspect of                     and solutions, this program may be especially effective in
   workplace safety for so many organizations that the                heightening safety awareness for those working on or around
   AV Library could operate year-round on this topic                  forklifts. 15 min.
   alone! For this reason, it pays to schedule as far in
   advance as possible when requesting forklift safety                Forklift Operator Training & Safety #808
   videos.                                                            Emphasizes that safety training and awareness are
                                                                      indispensable tools for anyone who operates a forklift. Covers
   Important notes: Borrowers frequently ask if viewing               the pre-op inspection, safe operation, and maintenance
   a forklift video will satisfy OR-OSHA’s training                   procedures. 20 min.
   requirements for forklift safety. No, just viewing a
   video doesn’t satisfy these requirements. Complete                 Forklift-Pedestrian Safety #1213
   training requirements for forklift safety may be found             A demonstration of forklift/pedestrian accidents. Describes
   in OR-OSHA’s publication “Be Trained: A Guide to                   how forklifts are designed. Instructs pedestrians working
   OR-OSHA’s Safety & Health Training Requirements.”                  around forklifts. 10 min.
   They are also described in OR-OSHA’s Division 2,
   subdivision N.                                                     Forklift Safe Driving #611
                                                                      Uses actual industrial scenes to demonstrate how accidents
   Borrowers also ask if we provide certificates of                    occur. Stresses the importance of driving in a professional
   completion for forklift training. Again, the answer is             manner, using safe driving skills to prevent costly accidents,
   no; the format of the record certifying completion                 injuries, and damage to equipment. 7 min.
   is left up to each organization. An actual paper
   certificate isn’t required. Records of forklift training/           Forklift Safety #1080
   certification may be in any accessible form that                    Covers inspection, stability, proper loading, safe operations,
   includes the name of the operator, the date of the                 types and classifications of industrial trucks, dangerous areas,
   training, the date of the evaluation, and the identity of          hazardous materials, and emergency procedures. 18 min.
   the name of the evaluator(s).
                                                                      Forklift Safety #802
Basic Forklift Principles #623                                        This program covers basic forklift principles including centers
Using a forklift can be dangerous to operators, those around them,    of gravity and factors affecting stability, along with procedures
and to valuable cargo. This in-depth program helps employees          for safe operation and refueling. 18 min.
drive forklifts and work around them safely. 14 min.
                                                                      Forklift Safety for Construction #1031
Coaching the Lift Truck Operator #1014                                A comprehensive training package that includes instructor’s
The first part, “Pedestrian Safety” is short and appropriate           guide and handbooks, this program covers steering, stability,
for teaching employees about the hazards of working around            refueling, surface conditions, pedestrian traffic, and vehicle
lift trucks. The second part is more comprehensive and is             inspection. 15 min.
for operators with some experience driving lift trucks. Two
tapes, total 45 min.                                                  Forklift Safety: Refueling Procedures #1115
                                                                      Covers safe refueling procedures for liquid-fuel, propane, and
The Color of Safety #116                                              electrical forklifts, with preventive-maintenance tips. 11 min.
Provides a detailed review of safety rules for all types of lift
trucks, including safety checks, parking, evaluating loads,           Forklift Safety: The Responsible Operator #356
working on ramps and grades, and loading trucks and rail              Covers principles of operation and safe driving skills. Includes
cars. 26 min.                                                         refueling and battery changing techniques, load capacity,
                                                                      stability triangle, and pre-operation inspection. Also covers
Fields of Vision:                                                     hazard awareness, proper load handling, and interaction with
                                                                      pedestrians. Two tapes, total 26 min.
Work Safely Around Lift Trucks #824
Pedestrians have an important role in preventing forklift             Forklift Safety Training #146
accidents. This program demonstrates how difficult it can be           Offers safe forklift operation as a way to avoid product and
for forklift operators to see pedestrians and offers simple ways      equipment damage and personal injury. Shows potential
pedestrians can help forklift operators see them. 12 min.             hazards and demonstrates rules of safe operation, including
                                                                      negotiating ramps, tight corners, and limited-visibility
Fork Lift Safety Program #88                                          situations. 12 min.
Part 1 covers lift-truck capacity, three-point suspension,
data plates, vehicle inspection, accidents, and injuries. Part
2 covers pre-operation safety inspection and picking up,
driving with, and setting down a load. Appropriate for all forklift
operators. 38 min.


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Forklifts-Fruit                                                                                — Closed caption        G — Grant

Forklift Training Series #609                                        Safe Lift Truck Operation #868
“Forklift Pre-Operation Inspection” includes checklist, proper       An overview of the basic elements of safe forklift operation,
maintenance, and basic features of the forklift. “Forklift Driving   geared to improving driver awareness and promoting safe work
Skills” teaches techniques and skills for driving on wet, rough,     practices, including using the proper forklift for the environment,
and inclined surfaces. Also covers proper procedures for             the pre-op inspection, use of attachments, recharging and
picking up, driving with, and setting down a load. “Forklift Load    refueling, and surviving a forklift tip-over. 23 min.
Capacity” demonstrates proper load balance and weight.
“Forklifts and Pedestrians” is for all employees who work on         Safety on the Job: Forklift Safety Operation
and around forklifts. Four tapes, total 26 min.                      English #249 Spanish #353
                                                                     Using a close-call scenario, this program covers pre-checks,
Forklift Training                                                    slowing and stopping procedures on electric and fuel-powered
English/Spanish #390                                                 trucks, driving in reverse, load carrying, tipping hazards, and
This video covers safe operation of a medium-duty warehouse          more. 15 min.
forklift and may be a useful introduction to an overall forklift-
operation training program. The first version on the tape is in       Springfield: Lessons Learned #1009
English, the second version is in Spanish. 10 min.                   Features interviews with managers and coworkers of an
                                                                     individual killed in a forklift-pedestrian accident. Emphasizes
Forklift Update:                                                     the human tragedy of the accident and presents ideas for
Training for Experienced Operators #1223                             preventing similar accidents. 12 min.
Targeted toward experienced forklift drivers; covers rules of
forklift safety, engineering principles, and the importance of       Stay in the Cage and Stay Alive: Forklift
knowing your forklift. 17 min.                                       Safety #1244
                                                                     This video demonstrates the importance of staying in the
Forklift Walk-Behinds                                                cage during a tip over. Instinct may tell you to jump, but don’t!
English #612 Spanish #1012                                           Wearing your seatbelt and being properly trained also are
Looks at fundamentals for safe operation of these hand trucks,       important parts of forklift safety. 7 min.
including pre-operation inspection and load capacity. 7 min.
                                                                     Think Forklift:
The Lift Truck Training Program #786                                 Methods & Hazards of Operation #838
A comprehensive program developed to meet the OSHA                   An overview of types of forklifts and the basics of safe forklift
standard, reduce lift-truck accidents, and promote safe work         operation, with special emphasis on unit stability and load
practices. Covers how a lift truck works, safe operating rules,      handling. Also covers special attachments such as barrel
load handling, inspection, emergency procedures. Two tapes,          lifters and cranes. 12 min.
total 35 min.
                                                                     Unstable Machine: The Nature of a Forklift #840
Load & Lift: A Guide to Agricultural Lift Truck Safety               Especially geared for those needing a review, this program
English #467 Spanish #468 G                                          emphasizes the hazards involved in forklift operation. Begins
Explains how to inspect a forklift before operation, then            with an overview of prohibited practices, followed by a
demonstrates load safety and other safe operation practices.         presentation of safe work practices. 10 min.
For both standard and rough-terrain forklifts. Sponsor: Oregon
Association of Nurserymen. May be duplicated. 23 min.
                                                                     Warehouse Safety: Heads Up #1247
                                                                     Shows workers how to recognize common workplace hazards.
Loading Docks #1190                                                  Covers topics such as proper lifting, PPE requirements, ladder
A brief, fast-paced review of essential safety practices,            safety, conveyor safety, and more. 12 min.
including forklift/pedestrian safety, safe loading procedures,
and use of dollies and pallet jacks. Emphasizes adequate job         Formaldehyde — see Hazardous Substances
planning, including inspection of trailers. 5 min.

Operator in Control: Driving a Forklift Safely #839
                                                                     Foundry
Especially for those who operate forklifts every day, this program
emphasizes awareness of the environment as a crucial factor
                                                                     Caution: Foundry at Work
in forklift safety. Covers the daily and load inspections, surface   English #1046 Spanish #1047
conditions, restricted areas, and awareness of environmental         Produced by NIOSH, this video covers common hazards of
and other hazards. 18 min.                                           foundries, including those presented by silica, metal fumes,
                                                                     and heat, with emphasis on minimizing hazards through
Order Stacker Safety                                                 ventilation and isolation. 10 min.
English #1006 Spanish #1011
Addresses key safety issues related to stability, vehicle            Fruit — see Agriculture, Food Processing
inspection, battery-charging procedures, control functions
and typical safety features. 10 min.


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        — Closed caption       G — Grant                                                                      General-Hazard

General Industry                                                  Chemical Safety: Your Right to Know #673
                                                                  Includes “Main Street,” a video designed to instruct workers
                                                                  about the chemicals they work with, what precautions to take
Conveyor Safety in the Workplace #1248                            to avoid injury, and what to do in case of an accident. Also,
Conveyors are very useful in workplaces, but can be
                                                                  “Chemsafe 2000: Understanding MSDS,” a video explaining
hazardous. This video shows four hazards and the importance
                                                                  each section of the MSDS, with definitions of common
of guarding. It covers safety rules, good housekeeping, and
                                                                  scientific terms. 38 min.
proper PPE. 18 min.

Housework and Teamwork in Industry #1249                          Container Labeling #265
                                                                  Provides brief instructions for hazardous-materials training.
Covers the importance of proper housekeeping and working
                                                                  15 min.
as a team to create a safe work environment.
Warehouse Safety #667                                             Dental Office Hazard Communication #224
                                                                  Covers fundamentals of OSHA regulations that apply to
An overview of warehouse safety, including PPE, manual
                                                                  dental offices. Discusses the standard, chemical-hazard
handling, forklift safety, housekeeping, hazard communication,
                                                                  determinations, labeling, MSDSs, infection control, and
and material handling. 22 min.
                                                                  monitoring. 38 min.
Warehouse Safety: Heads Up #1247                                  Hazard Communication #28
Shows workers how to recognize common workplace
                                                                  Covers the OSHA right-to-know regulation, material safety
hazards. Covers topics such as proper lifting procedure,
                                                                  data sheets, container labeling, and protective measures
PPE requirements, ladder safety, conveyor safety, and
                                                                  that might be necessary when handling or working around
more. 12 min.
                                                                  chemical compounds. 20 min.
Grinding — see Tools                                              Hazard Communication: What’s It All About? #29
Grocery — see Retail                                              An overview of the basic requirements of the OSHA hazard
                                                                  communication standard. Explains hazard evaluation, warning
Hand — see Personal Protective Equipment (PPE)                    labels, material safety data sheets (MSDSs), and written
                                                                  hazard-communication plans. 20 min.
Hantavirus
                                                                  Hazard Communication in the Workplace #398
New Hantavirus #800                                               Discusses hazard communication plans including hazards
Designed primarily for physicians and other medical               of chemicals, labeling requirements, MSDSs, and hazard-
professionals, this program discusses the outbreak, clinical      communication training. 18 min.
description, laboratory diagnosis, treatment, surveillance, and
prevention of the deadly hantavirus. 57 min.                      Hazard Communication: You Need to Know #682
                                                                  For all who work in health care, this informative video reviews
Preventing Hantavirus Disease #801                                the Right-To-Know Act and the individual’s responsibility
Geared for a general audience, this program features interviews   to be aware of chemical hazards on the job. Emphasizes
with people who have survived hantavirus disease. Doctors and     warning labels, MSDSs, and the employer’s written hazard
scientists then discuss hantavirus symptoms, transmission, risk   communication program. 17 min.
factors, treatment, and prevention. 15 min.
                                                                  Hazcom: What You Don’t Know Can Hurt You #1087
Hazard Communication                                              Emphasizing a performance-based approach, this video
                                                                  covers the requirements of the hazcom standard, the
                                                                  written hazcom program, the MSDS, inventory of hazardous
see also Material Safety Data Sheets                              chemicals and analysis of hazards. 12 min.
   Hazcom in daily life
   What is hazard communication? Something that’s
                                                                  KHAZ Talk Radio #1185
                                                                  A radio call-in show forms the backdrop for this fast-paced
   been with you all your life, one way or another! When
                                                                  review of hazard communication. Defines “hazcom” and
   your parent or guardian said, “Don’t touch that — it’s
                                                                  explains why it is important. Covers the MSDS, labeling, and
   hot!” or “Don’t drink that — it’s poison!,” they were
                                                                  placarding, with special emphasis on knowing how to read
   using a form of hazard communication to keep you
                                                                  and understand each. Light in approach, leaves no doubt
   healthy and safe.
                                                                  about the seriousness of the topic. 15 min.
   As used by OSHA, “hazard communication” generally
   refers to the employers’ obligation to inform you about        Labels & Other Forms of Warning #705
   — and your obligation to be aware of — any dangers             Explains basic hazard-warning information found on labels
   involved with the chemicals used in your workplace.            and how that information is tied to MSDSs. Also describes
   Hazard communication includes such things as labels            other common warning systems, such as the DOT labeling
   and material safety data sheets. Material safety data          and placarding symbols, the NFPA diamond, and the HMIS
   sheets are covered under a separate heading in this            system. 10 min.
   catalog.
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Hazard-Hazardous                                                                              — Closed caption        G — Grant

Right-to-Know #730                                                   Workplace Hazard Perception Challenge
Covers hazard-communication training on MSDSs, terms,                English #1170 Spanish #1171
and labeling compliance. 5 min.                                      A comprehensive interactive video invites viewers to identify
                                                                     hazards in a wide variety of settings. Easily divided into
Telling Employees About Chemical Hazards #39                         sections for training flexibility. 60 min.
A comprehensive four-part series covering chemical hazards,
the MSDS, labeling, handling, and storage, with emphasis
on developing an individualized hazard-communication plan.           Hazardous Materials (HAZMAT)
30 min.
                                                                     The Chemistry of Hazmat #629
Your Right to Know #115                                              Presents basic chemistry principles and their importance in the
Helps solve many problems involved in meeting requirements           safe handling and control of hazardous materials through a review
of the Right-To-Know Act. The accompanying manual can                of the physical characteristics of chemicals, physical changes to
help chemical producers, distributors, importers, and users          chemicals, and principles of chemical reactions. 19 min.
develop their hazard-communication programs. 36 min.
                                                                     Containing Leaks in Pressurized Cylinders #831
Hazard Recognition                                                   This program begins with basic safety information about
                                                                     compressed gases and pressurized cylinders and the
                                                                     standard features of pressurized cylinders. It then details
see also Job Safety Analysis                                         the two types of leaks that can occur, and demonstrates the
                                                                     detection and control of leaks in cylinders containing oxygen,
Blindman’s Bluff #68                                                 acetylene, ammonia, and chlorine. 22 min.
A unique approach to hazard recognition, this interactive
video invites participants to identify and record unsafe work        Diking, Diverting and Retaining Spills #829
practices and conditions as they are depicted in a variety of        This program discusses the purpose of spill control and
settings. 19 min.                                                    demonstrates typical equipment and materials, with
                                                                     basic techniques and general safety rules for spill-control
Hazard Recognition: Out of the Ordinary #1095                        operations. 19 min.
Uses optical illusions to illustrate the principles of observation
for the identification of workplace hazards. Covers contact           Drug Lab Waste & Your Health #1097
with objects or equipment, overexertion, falls, and exposure         Describes the dangers of discarded waste from drug labs.
to hazardous substances or environments, with emphasis on            Discusses safety procedures and personal protective equipment
appropriate identification and reporting. 13 min.                     that should be used and stresses recognition of possible drug
                                                                     waste materials, containers, and equipment. 27 min.
PPE Hazard Assessment #1239
Shows the importance of searching your work environment              First on the Scene #191
for potential hazards. Shows proper PPE to keep employees            A training program for first responders to hazardous-materials
safe, addresses four essential steps for compliance required         incidents. 32 min.
by OSHA. 12 min.
                                                                     Fleet Shop Safety and Hazardous Materials #1217
Planned Workplace Inspections #241                                   Discusses PPE, hazardous materials, MSDSs, proper
This program stresses the importance of planned workplace            container storage, and use of respirators. Reviews classes
inspections, the use of a checklist, the classification of            of fire extinguishers and general fire safety. 10 min.
hazards and the recommendation of corrective action. Set in
a large hotel, but suitable for many other job sites. 9 min.         Hazmat: Incident Command System #828
                                                                     The first tape, “Overview of the Incident Command System”
Recognition, Evaluation,                                             covers the benefits of using a standardized system for incident
& Control of Hazards #775                                            management, describes the eight components of the ICS,
The control of hazards is the fundamental principle behind any       shows how the ICS is organized and demonstrates resource
occupational-health-and-safety program. This video covers            organization and tracking at a hazmat emergency. The
recognition, evaluation, and control of hazards, with emphasis       second tape, “Implementing the ICS at Hazardous Materials
on control: elimination, substitution, administrative controls,      Incidents” describes the six positions that ICS team members
engineering controls, and PPE. 15 min.                               may fill, demonstrates the function of each, and presents
                                                                     the roles of allied agencies at a hazmat incident. Two tapes,
Risk Assessment for Industry #1074                                   total 35 min.
Set in general industry, this video emphasizes the importance
of effective self-inspection, with tips on developing a self-        Incidents Involving Fuel Tank Trucks #832
inspection checklist. Three sections: risk assessment,               This program describes the structure and safety features
evaluation of hazards, and control of hazards. Several               of fuel tank trucks and presents four types of incidents.
examples of control measures are also provided, followed             Demonstrates basic procedures for controlling leaks in low-
by a brief review. 16 min.                                           pressure trucks and presents safety rules for dealing with a
                                                                     hazmat incident. 20 min.


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        — Closed caption       G — Grant                                                                             Hazardous

Plugging & Patching Drums #830                                    Chemical Hazards #679
This program presents basic safety rules for dealing with         Intended for the biological laboratory, this program shows safe
hazardous materials, describes the major causes of leaks          work practices and procedures for working with hazardous
in drums, discusses low-pressure drums and how they can           chemicals. 10 min.
control leaks, and concludes with tools needed to patch drums
and plugging and patching techniques. 17 min.                     Chemical Safety #190
                                                                  Covers chemical identification and handling, health hazards,
Spills #740                                                       the hazard-communication law, and material safety data
Covers proper cleanup and decontamination procedures              sheets. 20 min.
for hazardous materials in the workplace, with emphasis on
proper storage and other preventive measures. 5 min.              Chemical Storage Hazards #680
                                                                  Reviews basic principles for safe chemical storage and the
Toxic Chemical & Hazardous Waste Reduction                        reasoning behind the principles. 11 min.
Training for Small Business #402 G                                The Chemistry of Hazmat #629
Covers basic toxicology, material safety data sheets, and how
                                                                  Presents basic chemistry principles and their importance in the
to set up a chemical hazards audit system. Sponsor: Mount
                                                                  safe handling and control of hazardous materials through a review
Hood Community College. May be duplicated. Print.
                                                                  of the physical characteristics of chemicals, physical changes to
Your Right to Know #115                                           chemicals, and principles of chemical reactions. 19 min.
Helps solve many problems involved in meeting requirements
of the Right-To-Know Act. The accompanying manual can
                                                                  Chlorine #378
                                                                  A general review of chlorine safety. Provides useful
help chemical producers, distributors, importers, and users
                                                                  information about the use of chlorine in the workplace,
develop their hazard-communication programs. 36 min.
                                                                  hazards of chlorine, and safe work practices. Also discusses
                                                                  emergency procedures. 25 min.
Hazardous Substances
                                                                  Chlorine Safety #269
see also Compressed Gases, Hazard Communication,                  Discusses chlorine’s properties, hazards, symptoms of
Hazardous Materials, Laboratory                                   exposure, treatment, and what to do if a leak occurs. 9 min.

Anhydrous Ammonia #366                                            Dealing With Chemical Safety #702
Explores the incredible expansion of anhydrous ammonia            Every workplace, office, factory, warehouse, or plant uses
when it’s released; fire and explosion dangers; vapor control      chemicals to some extent. This program covers safe work
techniques, including hazmat foams; and proper deployment         practices for the use and storage of chemicals in the
of fog streams to maximize vapor knockdown. 27 min.               workplace. 15 min.

Assessing Risks of Toxic Chemicals #1120                          The Dose Makes the Poison #113
Highlights thorough knowledge of toxic chemicals as the           Introduces the basic concepts of toxicology. Covers acute and
key to effective risk assessment in the modern biological         chronic toxicities, cancer agents, extrapolations from animal
laboratory, with emphasis on proper planning, substitution        and lethal-dose studies, and other toxicity concerns. 40 min.
of less-harmful substances, and use of the smallest amount
practicable. 11 min.                                              ETO: Ethylene Oxide #55
                                                                  For safety and health professionals, this video covers common
Benzene #1021                                                     worker-exposure potentials and strategies for preventing
This program covers health hazards associated with benzene,       exposure, including work practices and administrative
industrial applications, personal protective requirements, and    controls. 15 min.
monitoring techniques. 12 min.
                                                                  Flammable Liquids #738
The Chemical Control Room #1053                                   Covers the characteristics of flammable liquids, hazards
Set in general industry, this video provides an overview of the   associated with flammables, and tips on proper handling and
basic elements of chemical safety, including correct storage,     storage. 6 min.
labeling, awareness of hazards, and safe work practices,
including the use of PPE. Also offers procedures for cases of     Formaldehyde: OSHA Lab Standard #395
accidental exposure. Produced by NIOSH. 23 min.                   Discusses hazards of formaldehyde exposure. Addresses the
                                                                  formaldehyde standard for occupational exposure. 13 min.
Chemical Hazard Identification & Training #23
Program covers carcinogens, mutagens and teratogens,              Health Hazards #703
corrosives and irritants, flammables, combustibles, and           Shows basic health hazards as shown on the MSDS. Topics
explosives, radiation hazards, and toxins and poisons. Six        include MSDS, dose/response, threshold limits, carcinogens,
tapes, total 78 min.                                              corrosives, irritants, sensitizers, and other health-effects
                                                                  terminology. 11 min.



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Hazardous-Health                                                                          — Closed caption       G — Grant

Hydrofluoric Acid #867                                             Hazardous Waste Series #1044
Covers the nature and properties of hydrofluoric acid, while       This comprehensive five-tape set uses thought-provoking
emphasizing safe work practices to avoid being injured by this    questions and realistic demonstrations to underscore the
extremely hazardous substance. Set in general industry, but may   importance of safe and effective management of hazardous
be useful for laboratories and other work environments. 10 min.   waste. Modules: on-site management, safe handling,
                                                                  shipping requirements, and accidents and emergencies.
Material Handling Safety #700                                     There is also a fifth module, a management overview, for
Highlights basic safety rules involved with storage, use, and     supervisors. 60 min.
transportation of chemicals in heavy industry. 14 min.
                                                                  Hazards Analysis & the Emergency Plan #69
OSHA Lab Standard #266                                            Part 1 includes toxicity; flammability; prioritizing hazards;
This live-action program introduces workers and supervisors       determining vulnerability zones with worst-case scenarios;
to the standard, including the chemical hygiene plan,             and balancing probability and consequences in risk analysis.
employee information and training, hazard identification,          Part 2 discusses site-specific and community plans,
medical consultation and exams. 15 min.                           assessment of response capabilities, standard incident-
                                                                  response operating procedures, and how to test and revise
Paint Products & Your Nervous System #66                          plans. Two tapes, total 49 min.
In-depth interviews with injured workers and health-care
professionals underscore the importance of preventing             HAZOP: A Team in Action #308
exposure to the organic solvents found in many paint and          Shows how to perform the hazard and operability study as
other finishing products. Symptoms of solvent exposure             related to process safety management (PSM). 15 min.
— including possible long-term effects — are covered in
detail. Ways to prevent exposure are presented briefly at the      HAZWOPER Annual Retraining Package #862
conclusion. 20 min.                                               A comprehensive training package designed for use in required
                                                                  annual retraining. Individual modules include an introduction
Physical Hazards #704                                             to HAZWOPER retraining, exposure monitoring and medical
Defines terms found on the MSDS and a variety of physical          surveillance, PPE and decontamination procedures, and an
hazards using graphics and demonstrations. Topics include         overview of chemical-hazards regulations and specific types
flammability, flash point, UEL, LEL, vapor pressure, vapor          of hazardous chemicals. Four tapes, total 94 min.
density, percent volatility, explosives, organic peroxides,
oxidizers, and reactivity. 11 min.                                Lead Safety #333
                                                                  Discusses the hazards of lead exposure for construction
Safe Handling of Phosphoric Acid #1113                            workers and summarizes requirements of the standard.
Covers the characteristics and properties of phosphoric acid,     Discusses work practices, engineering controls, personal
effects of exposure, and safe methods of packing, transport,      protective equipment, and medical surveillance. May be
and spill containment and cleanup. 19 min.                        duplicated. 15 min.
Safety First with Chlorine #79                                    Lead Safety Training #692
Beginning with a description of chlorine and its properties       Identifies hazards and health effects of lead, as well as
in liquid and gaseous forms, this video provides in-depth         possible sources of lead exposure on a construction site.
instruction on safe handling, transportation, and storage, with   Presents engineering and work practice controls of the federal
strong emphasis on industrial distribution and use. 21 min.       respiratory protection standard (1926.103). 30 min.
Toxic Chemical & Hazardous Waste Reduction                        Toxic Chemical & Hazardous Waste Reduction
Training for Small Businesses #402 G                              Training for Small Business #402 G
Covers basic toxicology, material safety data sheets, and how     Covers basic toxicology, material safety data sheets, and how
to set up a chemical-hazards audit system. Sponsor: Mount         to set up a chemical-hazards audit system. Sponsor: Mt. Hood
Hood Community College. May be duplicated. Print.                 Community College. May be duplicated. Print.
Toxics #739                                                       Head — see Personal Protective Equipment
Uses graphics and live action to demonstrate why toxics are
dangerous and ways to avoid injury. 5 min.
                                                                  Health Care
Hazardous Waste Operations
                                                                  see also Bloodborne Pathogens
(HAZWOPER)
                                                                  Back Care for Health-Care Providers #396
Hazardous Waste Operations                                        Discusses causes of back injuries and gives recommendations
and Emergency Response #175                                       on back care and correct work practices to reduce risks. 9 min.
Part 1 covers the awareness level and Part 2 the response
level, providing training required for Level 1 emergency
responders. Two tapes, total 40 min.

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         — Closed caption        G — Grant                                                                                         Health

Easy Ergonomics for Caregivers #1169                                   It’s Your Back: Don’t Break It:
Reviews basic ergonomics such as force, posture, and                   Back Safety for Home Care Workers #765
repetition. Demonstrates good ergonomic practices,                     Designed specifically for home health-care workers, this
emphasizing getting close to your work, pivoting with your             program explains how to lift and move patients safely while
feet, transferring safely and using a fall kit to lift residents who   emphasizing the value of diet, posture, and exercise in back-
have fallen. Sponsor: Associated Oregon Industries. May be             injury prevention. 20 min.
duplicated. 15 min.
                                                                       Mechanical Lifting Devices #751
Evacuation of Medical Facilities #264                                  Highlights the correct use of mechanical lifting devices for
Covers the basics of fire escape, plus procedures for moving            safe patient transfer. 15 min.
patients and assisting fire and emergency personnel. Case
studies show the theory in action. 17 min.                             Medical Lifting #101
                                                                       Designed for health-care facilities. Outlines techniques used for
Fall Prevention for Home Health Care #855                              transferring patients. Shows proper lifting from bed to chair and
For the home health-care worker, this program covers the               to bed from wheelchair. Covers individual and team techniques
physical and emotional effects of a fall and presents ways             as well as the use of mechanical lifting aids. 23 min.
to prevent falls in the home-care environment. Includes the
possible effects of medications on home-care patients and              Moving a Patient from Bed to Chair #750
the use of walkers and wheelchairs. 24 min.                            Covers the top and rail lift, shoulder lift, pivot transfer, standing
                                                                       transfer, stepping transfer, and frame transfer. 15 min.
Fire Safety in Health-Care Facilities #228
Focuses on types of hazards and ways employees can                     Moving a Patient from Bed to Trolley #753
eliminate them. Includes fire safety systems. Shows the rapid           Covers the emergency turn, glide boards, jordan frame,
progress of a typical room fire. 20 min.                                canvas and poles, and the log lift. 15 min.
Hand Hygiene for Hands that Care #1189                                 Moving a Patient in a Bed #752
Based on CDC recommendations, this video opens with                    This program covers the shoulder lift, the modified cradle lift,
a reminder of the dangers of spreading infection through               the combination lift, the log roll, supine to side lying, moving
inadequate hygiene, especially through contact with potentially        up the bed, and supine to sitting over the bed. 15 min.
infectious “hotspots.” Demonstrates handwashing and hand
decontamination, including uses (and hazards) of alcohol-              MSDS for Health Care:
based products. Reviews use of surgical scrubs. Emphasizes             Read It Before You Need It #681
effective patient care while helping health-care workers avoid         For those who work in health care. Describes the 16 parts of
dermatitis and other skin problems. 17 min.                            the MSDS, section by section. 18 min.
Hazard Communication: You Need to Know #682                            Prevention is Proactive #408 G
For all who work in health care, this informative video reviews        Concentrates on direct-care employee injuries and training
the Right-To-Know Act and the individual’s responsibility              to avoid and diffuse explosive behaviors. Designed to reduce
to be aware of chemical hazards on the job. Emphasizes                 on-the-job injuries sustained by rehabilitation staff who work
warning labels, MSDSs, and the employer’s written hazard-              with people with physical, mental, or emotional impairments.
communication program. 17 min.                                         Includes comprehensive written manual. Sponsor: Oregon
                                                                       Rehabilitation Association. May be duplicated. Two tapes,
Home Health Safety Orientation #766                                    total 48 min.
This program offers an overview of the possible hazards of
providing health care in the home. Covers what to look for             Radiation Safety for Health Care #797
when you go into a home, safe work practices, handling                 For those working with or around radiation. Covers the
medical waste and equipment, and handwashing. 20 min.                  risks and dangers of exposure, keeping exposure as low as
                                                                       possible, proper safety procedures, dosimeters, and proper
Home Health-Care Violence:                                             handling of radioactive waste. 18 min.
Be Smart, Be Safe #768
This program reviews the vital procedures required to                  Respirators: Your TB Defense #1038
minimize risk and enhance security for those who work in               Produced by NIOSH and narrated by Loretta Swit, this
home health care. Considers the problem of violence, the               program provides an overview of the care and use of
assault cycle, and pre-visit safety practices. 22 min.                 respirators in health-care settings, with emphasis on the
                                                                       prevention of tuberculosis. 15 min.
How to Help Someone
Who Uses a Wheelchair #787
For the caregiver at home or in a care facility, this program
presents techniques used by occupational and physical therapists
to save time and frustration while preventing injury to oneself or
someone else. Includes the use of a gait belt, maneuvering ramps
and curbs, and various patient transfers. 30 min.

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Health-Heat                                                                                       — Closed caption        G — Grant

Safe Patient Handling in Health Care:                                    Winning the Race:
Applied Ergonomics for Nurses and Health Care                            Managing Health-Care Stress #1188
Workers and Patient Orientation #1212 G                                  Somewhat lighthearted in approach, this video reviews the
Provides nurses and health-care networks with tools to                   unique pressure under which health-care professionals
reduce work-related MSD injuries. Enhance patient and family             often live and work. Describes common physiological and
understanding regarding comfort and security of patient-                 emotional symptoms of stress, with emphasis on managing
handling technique. Sponsors: Oregon Nurses Association,                 stress through appropriate self-care, including diet, exercise,
Bay Area Hospital, University of Oregon, Labor Education                 appropriate use of humor, and sufficient rest. Cautions against
and Research Center. May be duplicated. Patient orientation              resorting to quick fixes. 17 min.
video, 11 min.; nurse/health-care worker program, 29 min.
                                                                         Work Smart, Be Safe:
Safety Matters #887                                                      An Orientation to Long Term Care Safety #1207
A comprehensive overview of safe work practices for those who            This program helps health-care workers understand hazards
work with the psychologically or physically disabled. Covers backs       they may encounter in the nursing-home industry. Topics
and lifting, fire safety, accident reporting, safety inspections,         include nurses’ issue, aids, dietary, and housekeeping. A good
safety in the community, and more. Especially appropriate for            overview on a variety of injuries and prevention. 19 min.
group homes and other residential facilities. 60 min.
                                                                         Hearing — see Personal Protective Equipment
Safety Orientation for Long-Term Care #1029
For long-term-care providers, this program covers safe work              Heart — see First Aid
practices for avoiding slips, trips, and falls; back injuries; and the
hazards associated with fire and electricity. Also emphasizes
safe procedures for disinfection and sterilization. 16 min.              Heat Stress
TB Respiratory Protection:                                                  Hot topic
Administrator’s Review #1104                                                Warning! Heat stress is a very popular seasonal
Hosted by Loretta Swit, this video provides a comprehensive                 topic. Videos about heat stress should be scheduled
overview for program administrators, covering risk assessment,              well in advance of summer.
standard operating procedures, respirator selection, use, and               We do our best to fill last-minute requests, but please
maintenance, training and program evaluation. 25 min.                       don’t wait until July to order one of these!
Transferring Older Students                                                 Oregon OSHA offers information about heat stress.
with Physical Disabilities #1059                                            Visit www.orosha.org or call (800) 922-2689 for more
Demonstrates safe and effective techniques for transferring                 information.
older students with disabilities, some of whom are as large
as adults. Includes use of mechanical lifts and two-person               Heat Stress #737
lifts. 18 min.                                                           Emphasizes preventive measures, with an explanation of how
                                                                         heat affects the body. Covers symptoms of heat exhaustion,
Transferring Younger Students                                            heat cramps, and heat stroke. Includes basic first-aid
with Physical Disabilities #1058                                         procedures. 5 min.
Demonstrates safe and effective techniques for transferring
youths with disabilities. Emphasizes clear communication                 Heat Stress #1192
as a means of encouraging the patient to assist as much as               Explains the human “cooling system” and identifies factors
possible with his or her transfer. Also covers related health            that may interfere with adequate cooling. Identifies symptoms
and sanitation issues. 18 min.                                           of heat disorders, from simple heat rash to life-threatening heat
                                                                         stroke. Highlights treatment measures for each. Concludes
Tuberculosis Awareness #641                                              with preventive measures, emphasizing adequate fluid intake
Covers the history of tuberculosis, its transmission, symptoms,          and engineering controls. 16 min.
and treatment. 16 min.
                                                                         Heat Stress #1237
Tuberculosis:                                                            Take the time to learn the steps to beat heat stress. This video
OSHA/CDC Guidelines for First Responders #374                            demonstrates the importance of listening to your body, dressing
Explains responsibilities under the guidelines for controlling           appropriately, and being prepared for emergencies. 12 min.
occupational exposure to TB. Contains information on                     Heat Stress: Don’t Lose Your Cool #1193
exposure-control plans, risk groups, signs and symptoms of               Details potentially damaging effects of heat on the human
TB, and regulatory aspects. 20 min.                                      body, from sunburn to heat stroke. Provides overview of
                                                                         heat-related physiology. Identifies at-risk workers, taking
                                                                         into account contributing factors such as age or illness.
                                                                         Emphasizes prevention while demonstrating appropriate
                                                                         responses to emergencies. 14 min.

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        — Closed caption        G — Grant                                                                                Heat-Hot

Heat Stress                                                         Mechanical Aids for the
English #268 Spanish #296                                           Construction Industry #214
Discusses those at risk, how to cope with the hazards, and          Uses a before-and-after format, showing what’s being done
how the body handles heat. Also covers heat-stress disorders        wrong on a job site, then corrects violations. 10 min.
and their control and prevention. 10 min.
                                                                    Repair Technician: Safe Practices #676
Heat Stress #754                                                    For repair technicians who work with heavy equipment, this
Cramps, exhaustion, and strokes can endanger employees              video covers many types of work environments, hazards, and
working in hot weather or a hot environment. This video             potential injuries, with cautions against the use of dangerous
focuses on preventing illnesses and minimizing safety               shortcuts on the job. 20 min.
hazards. Covers NIOSH and OSHA recommendations for
hazards and first aid. 16 min.                                       Roller Compactor #678
                                                                    This 10-part video covers safe work practices for the
Summer Safety #25                                                   inspection, operation, and maintenance of various types of
Especially for those who work outdoors: Ways to prevent heat        roller compactors, and includes a section on special situations.
exhaustion, drownings, snake bites, insect bites and stings,        Sections are easily divided for training flexibility. 55 min.
and sunburns, and how to respond if they occur. 16 min.
                                                                    Safe Dump-Truck Operation:
Heavy Equipment                                                     What you Need to Know #1028
                                                                    For beginning and experienced dump-truck drivers, this
see also Cranes                                                     program discusses pre-trip inspections, behind-the-wheel
                                                                    safety, navigating in various weather conditions and terrain,
Backhoe/Loader Safety #397                                          and what to do in case of an accident. 16 min.
A brief overview of backhoe/loader safety with emphasis on
correct PPE for the operator, the importance of inspection          Safely Controlling the Power
and maintenance, and the use of safe operating procedures           of the Backhoe/Loader #643
appropriate to surrounding conditions. 8 min.                       Module 1 concerns on-the-job operating safety. Module 2
                                                                    emphasizes careful equipment checking before operation.
Coaching the Backhoe Operator #1013                                 Module 3 covers maintenance and heavy equipment
Addresses equipment inspection, moving and operation,               transportation. Three tapes, total 39 min.
excavating, and loading the equipment on a trailer. 30 min.
                                                                    Safely Controlling the
Heavy Equipment Operations                                          Power of the Crawler/Excavator #645
English #636 Spanish #638                                           Provides information and operating tips. Module 1 focuses
Provides training ideas for heavy equipment operators               on the main components of this equipment and emphasizes
responsible for the safety of the entire crew. Offers safe          the importance of the pre-start inspection. Module 2 shows a
operation tips that can mean the difference between a safe          wide variety of worksites and demonstrates the importance of
jobsite and tragedy. 10 min.                                        awareness among operators. Module 3 shows proper safety
                                                                    procedures for equipment maintenance and transportation.
High-Impact Electrical Safety                                       Three tapes, total 48 min.
English #1148 Spanish #1157
Featuring interviews with injured workers, this video graphically   Safely Controlling the
illustrates the need for safe procedures when working with          Power of the Wheel Loader #644
electricity. Includes an excellent description of arc flash and      Module 1 shows real-life experiences of close calls to show
how to protect against it. Concentrates on prevention of burns      hazards involved with wheel loaders and emphasizes the
and shock, with special emphasis on PPE. 20 min.                    importance of pre-start inspections. Module 2 concerns
                                                                    proper transportation methods and demonstrates the
Hydraulic Systems Safety #122                                       importance of awareness for operators and nearby workers.
Appropriate for all who work with heavy equipment, indoors or       Two tapes, total 38 min.
out, this video offers an explanation of hydraulic systems, with
emphasis on personal safety through awareness of hazards
and proper use of PPE and other tools. 20 min.                      Hot Work
Lifting Equipment #212                                              see also Compressed Gas, Welding
A review of lifting equipment for construction, uses a before-
and-after format; shows what’s being done wrong on a job            Arc Cutting & Gouging #1114
site, then shows results of an accident and corrects violations.    Appropriate for both trainees and experienced operators, this
9 min.                                                              program covers the types of arc cutting and how they work.
                                                                    Also covers workshop, personal and equipment safety, with
                                                                    safe procedures for shielded metal-arc cutting, carbon-arc
                                                                    cutting and gouging, and plasma arc cutting. 18 min.


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Hot-Ironworkers                                                                             — Closed caption       G — Grant

Hot Work Permit #742                                               Slips, Trips, and Falls:
Emphasizes the use of hot-work permits and safe procedures         Service Industry Version #1180
in welding, grinding, cutting, and other activities. 10 min.       For workers in the hospitality industry, this video reviews the
                                                                   leading causes of slips, trips, and falls, with special emphasis
Hot-Work Permits #628                                              on the role of housekeeping in maintaining a safe work
An overview of hot work and why hot-work permits are               environment. Also reviews safe use of ladders. 5 min.
required. 10 min.
                                                                   Winning Ticket:
Safety & Health Factors in
                                                                   Housekeeping on the Job Site #347
Welding & Cutting #348                                             A humorous dramatization of life in a cluttered home leads to
Covers general safety and health hazards associated with           a serious consideration of the importance of housekeeping
gas and arc welding, plus methods and controls to reduce           on construction sites. Highlights fire and explosion hazards,
the hazards. May be duplicated. 14 min.                            the importance of properly organized storage and ways to
                                                                   avoid slips, trips, and falls. 13 min.
Housekeeping
                                                                   Hydraulics — see Heavy Equipment
Anatomy of a Fall #127
Appropriate for all work settings, dramatic portrayals of          Hydrofluoric Acid — see Hazardous
workplace accidents underscore the importance of taking
personal responsibility for helping to prevent slips, trips, and   Substances
falls in the workplace. 15 min.
                                                                   Hydrogen Sulfide — see Hazardous
Avoiding Slips, Trips, and Falls #328                              Substances
A leading cause of injury at work and at home, most slips,
trips, and falls can be avoided by recognizing and removing
the causes. 12 min.                                                Hypothermia — see Winter
Falls in the Workplace #1043
An overview of various types of falls and how they can be
                                                                   Insects
prevented; touches on tripping and slipping in walkways,
ladders, falls from elevations, etc.; addresses evaluation and
                                                                   Groundskeeping Safety:
planning to eliminate the hazards. Discusses various methods       Dealing with Bugs & Critters #1125
of mitigating the hazards. 15 min.                                 Designed for anyone whose job includes grounds maintenance
                                                                   or outdoor responsibilities, this video covers basic PPE,
Housekeeping #717                                                  snakes, wasps, bees, fire ants, poison ivy and poison oak,
This live-action program discusses measures for preventing         and first aid. 16 min.
incidents, especially slips, falls, and fire. 5 min.
                                                                   Summer Safety #25
Housekeeping & Teamwork in Industry                                Especially for those who work outdoors, explains how to prevent
English #1131 Spanish #1132                                        heat exhaustion, drownings, snake bites, insect bites and
Stresses that good housekeeping is important for maintaining       stings, and sunburns, and how to respond to them. 16 min.
productivity and may be a matter of life and death in
emergencies. Covers fire protection, chemical storage, means
                                                                   Working Outdoors: Mosquitoes and Ticks #1197
                                                                   Provides information on ticks and mosquitoes, with detailed
of egress, organization of tools and equipment, and proper
                                                                   descriptions of likely habitats, characteristics, and potential
handling of leaks and spills. 20 min.
                                                                   health effects of bites. Covers West Nile, Lyme, and other
Housekeeping and Teamwork in Industry #1249                        diseases. Emphasizes prevention of exposure through
Covers the importance of proper housekeeping and working           appropriate clothing, PPE, and use of repellents. 15 min.
as a team to create a safe work environment. 7 min.
                                                                   Insulation
Industrial Housekeeping #1098
Describes proper housekeeping procedures with emphasis             Play It Smart, Play It Safe:
on the benefits of a hazard-free workplace. 16 min.
                                                                   Working with Insulation
Safety on the Job: Slips, Trips & Falls #31                        English #1091 Spanish #1092
Explains how to prevent falls, how to eliminate the causes of      Covers general and specific safe practices for working with
falls, and how to ensure correct reporting of hazards. 17 min.     fiberglass, rock wool, and slag wool products. 20 min.

Slips, Trips, and Falls #719                                       Ironworkers — see Construction
Helps prevent costly injuries due to slips, trips, and falls on
stairs, ladders, wet surfaces, and loading docks. Designed
for general use. 5 min.

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        — Closed caption       G — Grant                                                                  Irrigation-Laboratory

Irrigation                                                         Laboratory
Irrigation Safety #672                                             see also Hazardous Substances
Presents safe practices for those who work with flood, ditch,
or set irrigation. Emphasizes personal responsibility for the      Assessing Risks of Toxic Chemicals #1120
avoidance of electrical and other hazards. 12 min.                 Highlights thorough knowledge of toxic chemicals as the
                                                                   key to effective risk assessment in the modern biological
Janitorial — see Housekeeping                                      laboratory, with emphasis on proper planning, substitution
                                                                   of less-harmful substances, and use of the smallest amount
Job Safety Analysis                                                practicable. 11 min.

                                                                   Chemical Hazards #679
see also Hazard Recognition                                        Intended for the biological laboratory, this program shows safe
                                                                   work practices and procedures for working with hazardous
Job Safety Analysis #10                                            chemicals. 10 min.
A video to help supervisors prevent accidents. Shows step-
by-step analysis of two basic jobs, photographed on site.          Chemical Storage Hazards #680
Examines every part of each job, identifying hazards and           Reviews basic principles for safe chemical storage and the
developing solutions to eliminate or guard against hazards.        reasoning behind the principles. 11 min.
15 min.
                                                                   Controlling Infectious Aerosols: Minimizing
Job Safety Analysis #782                                           Equipment-Related Hazards #49
Covers the purpose and benefits of job safety analysis,             Describes hazards, inspection, and proper use and
criteria for selecting job functions to analyze, how to identify   maintenance of biological lab equipment including high-
basic job steps, identifying potential hazards, and developing     speed blenders, centrifuges, and biological safety cabinets
approaches to control or eliminate hazards. 17 min.                (hoods). 15 min.
Job Safety Analysis #1121                                          Controlling Infectious Aerosols: Operation of
Provides a definition of job-safety analysis (JSA), the
components of effective JSA, and examples of JSA applied
                                                                   Laminar-Flow Biological Safety Cabinets #51
                                                                   Provides a brief discussion of the three classes and uses
to real-life situations. 20 min.
                                                                   of biological safety cabinets. Extensive coverage on the
Job Safety Analysis: Pro-Active Planning #1245                     purpose, features, operation, and steps necessary to safely
Pro-active planning can make your work environment a               use and maintain Class II laminar-flow biological safety
safer place. Learn how to spot potential problems before an        cabinets. 22 min.
accident happens. Covers preparing a job-safety-analysis
form, identifying and resolving hazards, and the importance
                                                                   Controlling Infectious Aerosols:
of self inspection. 15 min.                                        Precautions in Microbiology #50
                                                                   Covers typical biological lab operations and factors that
Knives and Boxcutters                                              contribute to aerosol hazards. Shows practices to minimize
                                                                   aerosol generation and exposures including proper use of
                                                                   pipettes, needles and syringes, and inoculating loops. 15 min.
Knife Safety in the Workplace #1184
Interviews with medical personnel underscore the                   Electrical Safety in the Laboratory #889
importance of safe use of knives, scissors, and other              For the laboratory, this program covers the nature of electricity
cutting implements, both standard and mechanical.                  and highlights common electrical hazards. Fuses, circuit
Explains hand physiology and potential consequences                breakers, and grounding are also considered, with sections
slight injuries. Reviews proper disposal of blades and             on use and maintenance of equipment and emergency
appropriate use of PPE. 16 min.                                    procedures. 11 min.
Knives & Boxcutters #807                                           Emergency Response for the Research Lab #1118
Covers safe work practices for avoiding knife injuries, which      Covers safe procedures for responding to laboratory fires,
disable more people than any other hand-tool injury. Includes      chemical, and biological spills, and radiation. Includes
using the right tool, keeping blades sharp, being careful, and     effective response to personal injuries. 12 min.
using correct PPE for the job. 5 min.
                                                                   Flammables & Explosives in the Laboratory #891
Labels — see Hazard Communication                                  An overview of flammables and explosives in the laboratory,
                                                                   with emphasis on knowing the properties of hazardous
                                                                   substances and correct procedures for use and storage.
                                                                   Includes sections on disposal of hazardous waste. 11 min.



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Laboratory-Ladders                                                                           — Closed caption       G — Grant

Hazard Alert: Laboratory Spills #11                                 Virology #48
Alerts workers to hazards created by small spills of common         Shows the design, operation, and safe work practices in
acids, caustics, and flammable liquids. Gives basic information on   a maximum contaminant laboratory for class IV viruses.
absorption and chemical neutralization methods of spill cleanup.    Provides guidelines for the safe handling and study of
Shows workers correct procedures and precautions. 11 min.           hazardous viruses. 23 min.

HIV in the Research Laboratory:                                     X-Ray Diffraction Hazards #1116
Controlling your Risks #661                                         Provides guidance for the safe operation of low-energy
Beginning with a history of human disease prevention, this          X-ray diffraction machines used by structural biologists, some
video covers safe practices and procedures for dealing with         coverage of safe practices with liquid propane, as well as use
HIV in a research laboratory. 28 min.                               of the synchrotron. 10 min.

Laboratory Ergonomics #890
Work in a research laboratory involves special demands on
                                                                    Ladders
the human body. This program emphasizes the importance              see also Scaffolds
of sound ergonomic principles, including adaptation of the
work area to individual needs, specific hazards to avoid, and        At the Top: Stairway & Ladder
positive work practices. 12 min.
                                                                    Safety for Construction #335
Laboratory Hazards:                                                 Entirely live-action and taped on location, this video reviews
                                                                    safety requirements for the construction and use of ladders and
Their Recognition and Control #492 G                                stairways on job sites. Includes several examples of safe work
A comprehensive written manual covering many aspects                practices, with special emphasis on avoiding a false sense
of safety in the laboratory. Modules include glove selection        of security. 17 min.
and use, responding to incidents/exposures, chemical
storage, protective clothing, eye protection, laboratory hoods,     Ladder Safety #650
biological safety cabinets, laboratory animals, and a review        Emphasizes inspection, safe use, and maintenance of
of the current Oregon OSHA Lab Standard. Each includes              stepladders, straight ladders, and rolling scaffolds. 20 min.
full-color instructional materials, a self-inspection checklist,
a brief quiz, and a list of additional resources. Sponsor:          Ladder Safety #1215
Oregon Health Sciences University (OHSU) in collaboration           Demonstrates positioning, working at different heights, and safe
with the American Federation of State, County and Municipal         climbing techniques. Also covers what to do when someone
Employees (AFSCME). May be duplicated. Print.                       falls from a ladder. (Pamphlet and quiz available.) 12 min.

Mammalian Cell Culture Hazards #1117                                Ladders #72
For the biological laboratory. Covers safety precautions for        Shows the selection, handling, and use of three grades of
working with cell cultures, including use of PPE, caution with      ladders: construction and industrial (heavy duty), trade and
sharps, and decontamination procedures. 8 min.                      farm (medium), and household (light). Includes guidelines for
                                                                    inspecting and using each type of ladder. 18 min.
OSHA Lab Standard #266
This live-action program introduces both workers and                Safety Watch: Ladder Safety #1216
supervisors to the standard, including the chemical hygiene         A creative video about ladder safety; “Dragnet” spoof. Fun
plan, employee information and training, hazard identification,      to watch; lots of helpful information on ladder safety do’s and
medical consultation, and exams. 15 min.                            don’ts. 7 min.

Practicing Safe Science #1119                                       Stairways and Ladders #321
A comprehensive orientation to safety in the biological             Dramatizations of workplace accidents remind the viewer
laboratory, featuring reenactments of actual laboratory             of the importance of knowing which ladder is appropriate
accidents, demonstrations of effective safety techniques, and       for which job and avoiding carelessness. Covers proper
questions that challenge the viewer to recognize hazards.           inspection, safe work practices, and maintenance procedures.
30 min.                                                             18 min.

Safety in the Chemistry Lab #62                                     Tripod Orchard Ladder Safety
Part 1 presents a detailed overview of right-to-know                English/Spanish #177
regulations, MSDSs, labels, lab safety practices, and personal      Covers ladder safety, including inspection, proper setting on
protective equipment. Part 2 covers hazard communication.           level and sloping ground, and clothing. 9 min.
Part 3 deals with chemical safety measures, spills, and
disposal. Part 4 deals with handling hazardous chemicals.           5 Steps to Ladder Safety #1214
Four tapes, total 93 min.                                           Ladders can be dangerous tools when used improperly.
                                                                    Shows how to choose the right ladder for the job, and the
                                                                    importance of inspecting the ladder before use. Covers set-up,
                                                                    climbing, and descending. (Quiz available.) 6 min.


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        — Closed caption       G — Grant                                                               Landscaping-Lockout

Landscaping                                                       Lasers
see also Agriculture, Tractors                                    Laser Safety #630
                                                                  Spectacular footage brings ANSI Standard Z136.1 and
Chipper Use & Safety #899                                         OSHA’s guidelines to life. Discusses guidelines for safe laser
An overview of safe work practices for both drum and disc         operations, PPE, and your laser safety program. 17 min.
chippers, emphasizing awareness of hazards. 15 min.
                                                                  Low Power Lasers: Be Aware of the Hazards #701
Groundskeeping Safety:                                            Designed to make employees aware of the hazards of low-
Dealing with Bugs & Critters #1125                                power lasers. Reviews hazard categories, specific hazards
Designed for anyone whose job function includes grounds           of Class 2 and 3a lasers, and safety precautions. Intended
maintenance or outdoor responsibilities, this video covers        only to supplement hands-on training provided by a qualified
basic PPE, snakes, wasps, bees, fire ants, poison ivy and          instructor. 15 min.
oak, and first aid. 16 min.

Landscape Maintenance #394
                                                                  Latex
Identifies chemical and physical hazards encountered in            Latex Allergy: Stop the Reaction! #778
the landscape business; recommends personal protective            Covers latex allergy, types of allergic reactions, those at risk,
equipment and safe work practices. 17 min.                        and ways to prevent allergic reaction. 22 min.
Landscape Power Tools #1050
Covers string trimmers, power blowers and chainsaws,              Lathes — see Tools
with emphasis on proper PPE and familiarity with operating
instructions. 20 min.                                             Lead — see Hazardous Substances
Landscape Safety: Power Hand Tools #196                           Lifting — see Back Safety, Ergonomics
Provides guidance on clothing safety, choosing the right tool
for the job, and safety inspection for hedgers, blowers, grass
cutters, and handsaws. 30 min.                                    Lightning — see Emergencies
Professional Tree Care Safety #37
Part 1 covers general safety requirements, Part 2 covers
                                                                  Lockout/Tagout
required safety equipment, Part 3 reviews safety requirements
                                                                  see also Electricity
for equipment, and Part 4 deals with safe work practices.
Includes on-the-job demonstrations, including tree trimming          Controlling Hazardous Energy
around power lines. 80 min.                                          Oregon OSHA offers a publication entitled “OR-
                                                                     OSHA’s Guide to Controlling Hazardous Energy.”
Professional’s Guide to Lawn Mower Safety #1048                      Oregon OSHA’s Public Education Section also offers
Covers safe use of walk-behind, push, flail, and riding mowers,       a free workshop, Lockout/Tagout. For information on
in a wide variety of settings. 25 min.                               workshops or publications, call us, (800) 922-2689, or
Right-of-Way Mowing Safety #675                                      visit www.orosha.org.
Reviews hazards and safe work practices of industrial
mowing. 24 min.                                                   Lockout/Tagout #153
                                                                  A straightforward overview of lockout/tagout principles,
Systems for Success Strategies                                    covering typical accidents, correct procedures (including
for Maximum Efficiency #837                                        start-up), and some special situations. 14 min.
Covers many labor-saving systems and types of equipment,          Lockout/Tagout
for tree handling and planting, truck customizing, and field
nursery production. Note: Workplace safety and health is not      English #284 Spanish #295
directly addressed in this video. 35 min.                         An overview of the principles of lockout/tagout, with emphasis
                                                                  on safe work practices to avoid injury. 19 min.
Working Outdoors: Mosquitoes and Ticks #1197
Provides information on ticks and mosquitoes, with detailed       Lockout/Tagout Procedures #725
descriptions of likely habitats, characteristics, and potential   Intended for those who perform lockout/tagout, this program
health effects of bites. Includes coverage of West Nile, Lyme,    covers proper procedures for isolating energy sources when
and other diseases. Emphasizes prevention of exposure through     servicing or repairing equipment, verifying zero-energy status,
appropriate clothing, PPE, and use of repellents. 15 min.         and proper procedures for restart. 5 min.




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Lockout-Material                                                                               — Closed caption       G — Grant

Lockout/Tagout: When Everyone Knows                                   Grinding Wheel Safety #30
English #776 Spanish #849                                             Based on ANSI B7.1 Standard for Safety Requirements for
Features dramatic reenactments illustrating the importance of         the Use, Care and Protection of Abrasive Wheels. These
energy control and lockout/tagout procedures. Presents the            videos emphasize safety for workers using grinding wheels
roles and responsibilities of authorized employees, affected          of all types. Information on how wheels are made, stored,
employees, and other personnel. 17 min.                               labeled, inspected, and mounted. Doesn’t cover actual use.
                                                                      Two tapes, total 43 min.
Lockout Tragedy #1122
A poignant review of a lockout fatality; provides specific safety      Machine Hazard Awareness #242
procedures for avoiding injury or death. Filmed in Oregon.            Covers machine hazard awareness, mechanical hazards,
16 min.                                                               and guarding techniques. 19 min.

                                                                      Machine Shop Safety #126
Logging                                                               Covers proper lathe chuck installation, adjusting tools and
                                                                      tool posts, proper chip removal, how to safely check work,
see also Forest Activities                                            drill presses, and machine guarding. 20 min.
Faller Safety #1144                                                   Metal Working Safety #861
Demonstrates safe procedures for Humbolt and open-face                Deals with common fabrication and machine shop hazards
cuts, with strong emphasis on awareness of spring poles,              and the tragic results of inattention and poor work attitudes.
snags, widow-makers and other hazards. Includes a review              18 min.
of PPE and pre-op inspection of safety equipment. 20 min.
                                                                      Safe & Effective Grinding #785
Machine Guarding Equipment                                            Shows how to operate an off-hand grinder safely and
and Machine Guarding #625                                             effectively by presenting several types of grinding machine,
Identifies why machines require guarding, requirements for             components of the machine, and types of abrasive wheels. It
different types of guards, and possible injuries as a result of       details the identification and inspection of wheels, with special
inadequate guarding. 10 min.                                          attention to proper adjustment. 18 min.

Machine Hazard Awareness #242                                         Working with Lathes #816
Covers machine hazard awareness, mechanical hazards,                  Covers workshop and operator safety, with correct procedures
and guarding techniques. 19 min.                                      for changing the spindle speed, centering and mounting
                                                                      work pieces, setting up the cutting tool, and adjusting cutting
Machinery and Machine Safeguarding                                    speed. 25 min.
#1199 English, #1195 Spanish
Graphic illustrations of workplace injuries introduce this in-depth   Manufactured Homes — see Construction
look at machinery and the hazards presented by hot, energized,
and/or moving parts. Demonstrates a wide variety of hazards
and suggests protective measures for each. 10 min.
                                                                      Material Safety Data Sheets (MSDS)
Man/Machine Safeguarding:                                             see also Hazard Communication
Principles & Practices #728                                           MSDS #729
Emphasizing sound principles of machine design, this program          Explains in simple language how to read and use material
covers the importance of machine guarding, especially the             safety data sheets to ensure compliance with the Right-To-
use of safety interlock switches. 15 min.                             Know Act. 5 min.
Nipping #721                                                          The MSDS: Don’t Be a Dinosaur #40
This live-action video demonstrates proper machine guarding           Humorous dramatizations underscore the seriousness of
and identification of nip points to help prevent injuries due to       correctly identifying and dealing with chemical hazards in
nipping. 5 min.                                                       the workplace. Defines toxicology, routes of entry, and types
                                                                      of hazards, with emphasis on effective use of material safety
Machinery                                                             data sheets. 23 min.

see also Tools                                                        The MSDS: Information You Can Use #646
                                                                      For employers and workers, this program provides an
Grinding #726                                                         understanding of material safety data sheets (MSDSs)
Filmed in industry, this video presents the correct use of            through an explanation of each section. 19 min.
equipment, engineering controls, proper PPE, and established
techniques for safe grinding. 5 min.




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        — Closed caption        G — Grant                                                                 Material-Performing

MSDS: Read It Before You Need It #358                               Office Safety #329
Discusses what workers need to know about reading, using,           Emphasizes the need for a good attitude toward safety.
and understanding an MSDS. Covers product information,              Reviews basic safety in an office environment and
exposures, hazard prevention, toxicology, ecology, and              demonstrates correct procedures to follow when an accident
disposal. 20 min.                                                   does occur. 15 min.

Medical — see Bloodborne Pathogens, Health                          Office Safety: It’s a Jungle in There #197
                                                                    Somewhat humorous in approach, this video reviews
Care                                                                common office accidents, with emphasis on housekeeping,
                                                                    awareness of hazards, proper clothing, correct lifting, and
Mining                                                              fire-preparedness. 20 min.

Mine Safety & You #795                                              Office Safety Saves #1093
                                                                    How to prevent safety problem and avoid accidents in an
For the mining industry, this five-part video begins with an 18-
                                                                    office setting. 16 min.
minute overview of accident causes and prevention, followed
by four brief segments covering the roles of personality, health,
and communication in workplace safety. 32 min.
                                                                    Orchards — see Agriculture, Ladders, Tractors
Miner Mike Saves the Day #1026
Covers the importance of proper ground support for miners
                                                                    Painting
and safe work practices related to ground support. 33 min.          see also Hazardous Substances
Mowing — see Landscaping                                            Confined Spaces: Painting Industry
                                                                    (Slides) #444 G
Needlestick Prevention — see Bloodborne                             Training program teaches painters to recognize traditional
Pathogens                                                           and non-traditional confined spaces. Includes use and care
                                                                    of appropriate personal protective equipment. Includes
Nurseries                                                           manual. Sponsor: Painter’s District Council No. 55. May be
                                                                    duplicated. 88 slides.
see also Agriculture, Pesticides                                    Health & Safety Training
Breathe Easy: A Respiratory Protection Program                      for the Painting Environment #410 G
                                                                    Addresses occupational-health-and-safety hazards of painting
English #446 Spanish #447 G                                         in the construction industry, focusing on hazards and
A training video covering respiratory protection for workers        symptoms of overexposure, the use of personal protective
in nurseries. Training materials include an instructor’s            equipment, the hierarchy of hazard control and the proper
manual; an illustrated pamphlet in Spanish and English for          selection, fit, and maintenance of respirators. Includes
workers; a bilingual poster on respirator selection, fit, and        manual. Sponsor: Painters District Council No. 55. May be
maintenance; and a sample written respiratory-protection            duplicated. 20 min.
program. Sponsor: Oregon Association of Nurserymen. May
be duplicated. 20 min.                                              Paint Products & Your Nervous System #66
                                                                    In-depth interviews with injured workers and health-care
Office                                                               professionals serve to underscore the importance of
                                                                    preventing exposure to the organic solvents found in many
see also Ergonomics                                                 paint and other finishing products. Symptoms of solvent
                                                                    exposure and possible long-term effects are covered in detail,
Goofy’s Office Safety Championships #204                             while prevention is presented briefly. 20 min.
Covers problems related to computer terminals, lifting, cuts
and burns, tool and appliance use, first aid, fire prevention,        Performing Arts
and emergency procedures and preparedness. 12 min.
                                                                    Firearm Safety on Stage #763
Hazard Alert: Office Safety #619                                     This program provides viewers with instruction designed to
Covers common office accidents, proper lighting, ergonomic           minimize the hazards involved with the use of firearms and
issues, and toxic hazards. Also covers maintaining a clean          blanks onstage, while emphasizing that this use remains
work environment. 7 min.                                            dangerous. 40 min.
Introduction to Safety: Office Safety #1226
Office accidents happen because people aren’t aware of
potential hazards where they work. To prevent an accident,
it’s important to know your safety rules and use safe work
habits. 6 min.

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Performing-PPE                                                                               — Closed caption       G — Grant

Introduction to Dance Medicine #762                                 Every Time I Look at My Hand #1196
Especially for professional dancers; possibly useful for            Interviews with injured workers heighten the impact of
amateurs. This program emphasizes the athletic ability              this look at the fundamentals of hand safety. Defines and
required to dance professionally and presents practical ways        identifies nip points, machine guards, and appropriate PPE.
to stay in shape and avoid injury. Includes interviews with         Cautions against loose clothing, being in a rush, or becoming
professional dancers and medical personnel. 50 min.                 complacent. 12 min.

Personal Protective Equipment (PPE)                                 Eye Protection #360
                                                                    Covers the need for eye protection, appropriate protective
                                                                    eyewear, and basic safety rules. 14 min.
see also Fall Protection, Respiration, Respirators
   PPE workshops                                                    Eye Safety #135
                                                                    A detailed examination of physical, chemical, and radiation
   Oregon OSHA provides a free online workshop
                                                                    hazards, emphasizing correct use of eye protection. Describes
   covering personal protective equipment! Visit www.
                                                                    first-aid measures, including what not to do in the event of an
   orosha.org for details! There is a publication entitled
                                                                    eye injury. 20 min.
   “Quiet! Oregon OSHA’s Concise Guide to a Noise-
   Free Workplace” available on that site.                          Eye Safety #255
   When we pull out that warm winter jacket on an                   Addresses hazards that lead to four types of eye injuries,
   icy day, we’re using good judgment with respect to               including sudden blows, penetration, chemical injury, and
   our clothing. Our jacket is our “personal protective             radiation. Also covers control measures necessary to prevent
   equipment,” our PPE against the cold.                            such injuries. 9 min.
   Do we use the same good judgment in the                          Fleet Shop Safety and Hazardous Materials #1217
   workplace? Oregon OSHA requires the use of                       Discusses PPE, hazardous materials, MSDSs, proper
   personal protective equipment for many work                      container storage, and use of respirators. Reviews classes
   processes. Proper use of PPE can make the                        of fire extinguishers and general fire safety. 10 min.
   difference between staying safe and healthy on the
   job or suffering permanent damage to eyesight,                   Foot Safety #243
   hearing, or mobility. Is PPE required for your work?             Discusses when safety footwear should be worn, different
   Use it!                                                          types of shoes and boots, and safety footwear. 12 min.

Controlling Hazardous Noise                                         The Future is in Your Hands:
on Construction Jobsites #1145 G                                    Hand & Finger Safety #1096
A unique program designed to reduce noise-induced hearing           Narrative and live-action examples in a wide variety of settings
loss in the construction industry. Highlights: effects of hearing   underscore safe practices for avoiding hand and finger injuries
loss, noise-exposure levels commonly found in construction          in general industry. 15 min.
work, and types of controls that can minimize hazardous noise       Hand Safety #247
exposure on the jobsite. Grantee: Oregon State University           Hazards, safe work procedures, proper use of protective
Construction Engineering Program, in cooperation with               equipment, manual handling, hand tools, mechanical and
Hoffman Construction Co., Streimer Sheet Metal Works, Inc.,         contact hazards, contact dermatitis, personal protection
Columbia Pacific Building Trades Council, and the American           (barrier creams and gloves), and personal hygiene. 15 min.
Society of Safety Engineers Columbia-Willamette Chapter.
May be duplicated. Booklet and CD.                                  Hand Safety #363
                                                                    Discusses the reasons for hand injuries, identifies hazards,
Danger Zone: Your Hands #129                                        and covers the use of proper hand tools. Identifies machine
A classic motivational video that examines five workplace            safeguards and gives tips for their use. 15 min.
accidents involving chemical and mechanical hand injuries.
Emphasizes thinking before acting, especially during routine        Hand Safety #734
tasks. 18 min.                                                      Covers common causes of hand injuries, the proper use of
                                                                    hand tools, blade and knife safety, pinch points, and work
Ear Protection Overview #187                                        around hazardous equipment. 5 min.
Remake of a 16-mm film. Provides an overview of the structure
of the ear, the nature of hearing, and the importance of various    Head Protection #254
types of hearing protection. 10 min.                                Deals with common hazards, including falling and moving
                                                                    objects, overhead pipes, and slips, trips, and falls. 11 min.
Evaluation of Ear Protection #15
A 1984 production, this video is for industrial hygienists and      Hear for a Lifetime #205
other occupational-safety-and-health personnel. Provides            Examines causes and prevention of hearing loss at work
in-depth technical information on ear-protection evaluation,        and home. Covers inner-ear anatomy, noise controls, testing
and audiometric testing. 37 min.                                    procedures, and personal protective equipment. 16 min


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Hearing Conservation #64                                            Noise-Induced Hearing Loss:
Covers sound definition and measurement; the ear and how             No Second Chance #1086
sound affects it; protection devices; how to select, fit, use, and   Bobby Unser plays a key role in describing the adverse effects
care for audiometers; and testing procedures. 15 min.               of hearing loss on quality of life, the nature of hearing and
                                                                    effects of noise, with special emphasis on hearing protection.
Hearing Conservation: A Sound Choice #316                           17 min.
Filmed in industry. Shows how the ear functions and how
hearing loss occurs over time. An audiologist explains why          Personal Protective Equipment #1236
noise-induced hearing loss is irreversible. Identifies off-the-      If workers are not “sold” on the importance of regular use of
job activities that are hazardous to hearing. Also covers           PPE, most likely they won’t wear it. Covers all areas of PPE
the elements of a hearing conservation program, including           — head, eye, hand, foot, and respirator. Shows the importance
audiometric testing. 11 min.                                        of proper selection and maintenance of PPE. 18 min.
Hearing Conservation for At-Risk Workers #405 G                     Personal Protective Equipment: The Danger Zone
For construction and trades workers who may already have
some hearing loss, this comprehensive training package
                                                                    English #369 Spanish #1039
                                                                    Provides an overview of all forms of personal protective
covers the nature of sound and how the ear processes sound,
                                                                    equipment, while encouraging employees to use PPE in many
the causes and types of hearing loss, the importance of
                                                                    settings. Can help comply with the training requirements for
identifying noise hazards, and the use of the proper hearing
                                                                    PPE in the OSHA rule. 17 min.
protection for the work setting. Sponsor: Oregon Department
of Transportation. May be duplicated. 15 min.                       Personal Protective Equipment:
Hearing Protection: A Sound Practice #359                           The Race to Safety #668
Explains what hazardous noise levels are, how the ear works,        A review of PPE, when it’s required, proper selection,
and the importance of hearing protection. 16 min.                   maintenance, and safe disposal. 24 min.

Hearing Protection: It Makes Sense #685                             Personal Protective Equipment: You’re Covered
Helps workers understand exactly how noise affects them             English #361 Spanish #1036
and what they can do to protect themselves from hearing             Covers PPE for the eyes, face, head, hands, and feet. Also
loss. 22 min.                                                       covers inspection of PPE, along with maintenance, care, and
                                                                    storage. 16 min.
Hearing Safety #735
Motivates workers to protect their hearing, using graphics to       PPE Hazard Assessment #1239
show how the ear works. Also covers effects of noise and            Shows the importance of searching your work environment
types of ear protection. 5 min.                                     for potential hazards. Shows proper PPE to keep employees
                                                                    safe, addresses four essential steps for compliance required
Invisible Handicap #1                                               by OSHA. 12 min.
Using examples from home and the workplace, this video
reviews the nature of sound, the structure of the ear, and the      Protecting Your Feet #362
importance of appropriate hearing protection in high-noise          Covers foot protection and foot-injury prevention. 18 min.
situations. 16 min.
                                                                    Protecting your Hearing in a Noisy World #143
It’s a Noisy World                                                  Covers hearing loss, the nature of sound, and how sound
English #1111 Spanish #1112                                         is transmitted. Shows sound-insulated booths and hearing
Covers the importance of hearing, emphasizing that much             protection, including proper fit of several types of ear muffs
hearing loss is irreversible. Presents decibel readings for         and plugs. 13 min.
various common sounds and presents a variety of hearing-
protection products with tips for proper use. 10 min.               Protective Equipment in
                                                                    Electrical Maintenance #1069
It’s Still Up To You #131                                           Describes several kinds of protective insulating equipment
Shows eye surgery to remove a foreign object embedded in an         and illustrates procedures for inspecting equipment prior to
industrial accident; emphasizes the need to use eye protection      use. 9 min.
to prevent such accidents. Extremely graphic. 11 min.
                                                                    Saving Sight #7
Lend Me Your Ears #483 G                                            Can help motivate workers to use eye protection through
A series of three audio programs alerting workers to the            demonstrations of eye injuries and discussion with doctors
damaging effects of noise-induced hearing loss. Includes            concerning the causes of eye injuries on the job. Stresses
short listening exercises in which trainees listen through a        use of protection to help decrease injuries. 15 min.
simulated noise-induced hearing loss. Sponsor: Portland
State University. May be duplicated. Audiotape.




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PPE-Pesticides                                                                               — Closed caption        G — Grant

See for Yourself: Eye Protection #1094                              Chasing the Sun/Siguiendo el Sol
How to minimize eye hazards, what eye-protection devices            English/Spanish #381
should be worn, and what you should do if you or a coworker         This video was created in response to the revised worker-
suffers an eye injury. 15 min.                                      protection standard. Designed for Spanish/English bilingual
                                                                    farmworkers. An excellent accompaniment to any worker
Selection & Use of PPE #239                                         protection training program. For workers only. 36 min.
Demonstrates safety practices in social, work, and school
environments. Shows protective equipment, the importance            EPA Worker Protection
of matching equipment to the hazard, and proper equipment
use. 15 min.                                                        Standards for Orchard Workers
                                                                    English/Spanish #464 G
That’s Why You Wear a Hardhat #1186                                 For orchard workers not directly involved with pesticide
Graphic depictions of workplace accidents underscore the            handling, this program covers the basics of the worker
vital importance of wearing a hardhat. Demonstrates proper          protection standard, including the nature and use of
fit and maintenance, with tips for deciding when to withdraw         pesticides, restricted entry intervals, safe work practices
a hardhat from service. Describes grades of hardhats and            to avoid exposure, symptoms of exposure, and what to do
proper use of each. Well-dramatized episodes lead to a              in case of exposure. Sponsor: Hood River Grower/Shipper
startling conclusion. 13 min.                                       Association. May be duplicated. 35 min.
That’s Why You Wear Eye Protection #1208                            EPA Worker Protection
This is a good, all-around presentation of various types of         Standards for Pesticide Handlers
eye protection. Shows the tragic results of not adequately
protecting your eyes. 18 min.                                       English/Spanish #465 G
                                                                    For orchard workers directly involved with handling pesticides,
What Hearing Loss Sounds Like #834                                  this program presents the nature of pesticides, levels of
Provides a unique demonstration of what it’s like to have           toxicity, and safe work practices to avoid acute or long-term
a conductive or sensorineural hearing loss. Covers the              exposure. Also details first-aid measures in the event of
physiology of hearing and emphasizes proper equipment and           exposure. Sponsor: Hood River Grower/Shipper Association.
work practices to prevent hearing loss. 10 min.                     May be duplicated. 58 min.

                                                                    Greenhouse Pesticide Safety Training
Pesticides                                                          for Workers & Handlers #384
                                                                    Satisfies training requirements for greenhouse workers and
see also Agriculture, Hazardous Substances                          handlers under the EPA Worker Protection Standard. Note:
   Safe Practices When Working                                      Not recommended for training workers/handlers in other than
   Around Hazardous Chemicals                                       greenhouse settings. 56 min.
   Oregon OSHA offers a free publication entitled                   How to Conduct Worker Protection
   “Safe Practices When Working Around Hazardous
   Chemicals.”                                                      Training/Train the Trainer #352
                                                                    Condensed version of an 1993 AGSAT train-the-trainer broadcast.
   This handy booklet is available in English, Spanish,             EPA-approved course for the worker protection standard on
   and other languages. See www.orosha.org, or                      agricultural pesticides. May be duplicated. 94 min.
   call (800) 922-2689 to get copies or to get more
   information.                                                     Oregon Pesticide Safety Guide
   Pesticides can be extremely hazardous to human                   English #474 Spanish #475 G
   beings. Use care when dealing with these dangerous               This is a handy booklet for safe work practices when mixing,
   chemicals!                                                       loading, and applying pesticides in Oregon. Sections cover
                                                                    labeling, restricted entry intervals, postings, application,
Breathe Easy: A Respiratory Protection Program                      employer information exchange, training, spill response,
                                                                    transportation, storage, PPE, decontamination, disposal, first aid
English #446 Spanish #447 G                                         and heat stress. Sponsor: Oregon Agricultural Chemicals and
Video covers respiratory protection for workers in nurseries.       Fertilizers Association (OACFA). May be duplicated. Print.
Training materials include an instructor’s manual; an illustrated
pamphlet for workers (Spanish and English); a bilingual poster      Pesticide Handlers
on respirator selection, fit, and maintenance; and a sample          and the Worker Protection Standard
written respiratory-protection program. Sponsor: Oregon
Association of Nurserymen. May be duplicated. 20 min.               English #380 Spanish #383
                                                                    Meets federal worker-protection-standard training requirements
                                                                    for pesticide handlers. The video is divided into 16 parts, with
                                                                    a break between each section to allow time for discussion.
                                                                    For handlers only. 51 min.


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        — Closed caption       G — Grant                                                                      Pesticides-Power

Pesticide Safety: Help Workers Protect Themselves                  Power Lines
English #600 Spanish #608
Fulfills EPA educational requirements for agricultural workers      see also Electricity
under Worker Protection Standard (WPS) regulations. The
video covers the 11 criteria for EPA/WPS-approved training         A Bright Arc: A Guide to Powerline Safety #618
in a clear and concise manner. 19 min.                             Emphasizes the value of planning when working near
                                                                   overhead and underground power lines. 11 min.
Pesticide Safety: Worker Protection
English/Spanish #323                                               Electrical Hazards & Trees
A two-part video that helps meet EPA requirements for training     English #1024 Spanish #1057
agricultural workers and pesticide handlers. A Spanish version     Especially appropriate for agricultural workers, utility workers,
follows the English. 30 min.                                       and schools, the first part of this program covers the hazards
                                                                   of electricity in general and high voltage in particular. The
Pesticide Training for Agricultural Employees #392                 second part demonstrates safe work practices for tree
An excellent overview of the EPA worker protection standard        trimmers. 20 min.
for both workers and handlers. English only. Available
commercially in both English and Spanish. 10 min.                  Pole Top Rescue #148
                                                                   Presented without narration, this program dramatically
Protecting Yourself from                                           portrays a series of pole-top accidents and demonstrates
Pesticide Hazards in the Workplace                                 safe rescue procedures for each. Viewers should have a
English/Spanish #1051                                              qualified instructor present to explain each demonstration
Using dramatic reenactments of workplace injuries, this video      and to answer questions. 25 min.
demonstrates the importance of safe work practices, including
the use of PPE when working with pesticides. 18 min.               Pole Topping Safety #1060
                                                                   Beginning with an actual pole-topping fatality, this video
Shedding Some Light on Pesticide Protection #327                   provides an overview of safe practices and procedures for
This video shows the effectiveness of protective clothing,         pole topping, with emphasis on adequate preparation and
by using fluorescent dye added to pesticide. The dye shows          ongoing communication at the jobsite. Also reviews PPE and
whether handwashing and removal of protective clothing was         use of hot sticks. 10 min.
done effectively. May be duplicated. 13 min.
                                                                   Power and Space: The Ten Foot Circle of Safety
Worker Protection Standards: An Overview #332                      English #615 Spanish #616
A guide to the requirements of the worker protection standard      Reviews safe work practices around overhead power lines
on agricultural use of pesticides. May be duplicated. 20 min.      and the 10-foot-circle rule of safety. 8 min.

Pipes                                                              Power Line Hazard Awareness #1035
                                                                   This live-action program emphasizes the dangers of contacting
                                                                   overhead or underground power lines and presents ways to
Asbestos Cement Pipe Work #403 G                                   avoid or minimize hazards. Covers hazards of equipment,
An easy-to-use training program reflecting Oregon OSHA and
                                                                   such as cranes and aerial lifts, and of material handling, such
DEQ standards, this presentation covers the recognition of
                                                                   as carrying rebar. Demonstrates safe practices, including
asbestos-containing materials, a review of the risks associated
                                                                   having the utility de-energize or move lines; using insulating
with asbestos, and safe practices and procedures for working
                                                                   sleeves, warning flags, and observers; and what to do if a
with asbestos cement pipe. Also describes the skill and
                                                                   line is contacted. 15 min.
knowledge necessary to be considered qualified to work with
asbestos. Note: Copy A provides printed material, including
overhead transparencies. Copies B and C provide some               Power Plant
printed materials, and a PowerPoint diskette. Please specify
desired format when requesting this program. Sponsor: The          see also Electricity
Pacific Northwest Section of the American Water Works
Association. May be duplicated. PowerPoint, print.                 Basic Power Plant Operation #370
                                                                   Provides an introduction to the major systems and components
Pipe Handling #639                                                 of a power plant. Learn how electric power is produced and
Presents guidelines for protecting workers who handle pipes,       distributed; how boilers, turbines, and condensers operate;
whether they’re unloading trucks with cable or forks or carrying   and general responsibilities of plant operators during all
small-diameter pipe by hand. Emphasizes danger to hands,           phases of the operation. 30 min.
backs, and legs. 10 min.




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Power-Respiration                                                                           — Closed caption      G — Grant

Introduction to Transmission                                        Radiation Safety for Health Care #797
and Distribution Systems #371                                       For those working with or around radiation. Covers the
Describes how the major components of a typical transmission        risks and dangers of exposure, keeping exposure as low as
and distribution system operate. Explains flow path from a power     possible, proper safety procedures, dosimeters, and proper
plant through a typical system to the customer. 30 min.             handling of radioactive waste. 18 min.

Substations and Switchyards #372
This video teaches the purposes and functions of the major
                                                                    Record Keeping
equipment used in substations and switchyards, protection,          OSHA Record Keeping #1099
regulation, monitoring, and communications equipment                Covers recordable and non-recordable incidents, how to
introduced. Covers some typical checks made during an               distinguish between them, and how to properly complete the
inspection of a substation. 30 min.                                 OSHA 300. 18 min.

Printing                                                            OSHA Recordables #731
                                                                    Explains the OSHA 200 injury and illness form, including
OSHA Hazard Communication Standard                                  recordable accidents, and uses several examples of the
                                                                    correct completion of this required form. 5 min.
for the Printing Industry #279
For the printing and publishing industry. Can help fulfill most      Record keeping: True to Form #1101
of the standard’s employee training requirements. 21 min.           Describes OSHA 300, 300-A, and 301 forms and defines
                                                                    recordable vs. nonrecordable incidents. Also covers
Process Safety Management (PSM)                                     procedures for employee privacy issues. 13 min.

Communicating PSM to Workers #307
Explains three elements of OSHA’s process-safety
                                                                    Respiration, Respirators
management standard, including operating procedures,                see also Confined Space
training, and contractors. 9 min.

HAZOP: A Team in Action #308                                          Breathe right
Shows how to perform the hazard-and-operability study as              Oregon OSHA offers a handy publication entitled
related to process safety management. 15 min.                         “Breathe Right! A Guide to Respiratory Protection for
                                                                      Small Business Owners and Managers.”
Introduction to Process Safety Management #310                        Geared to small business, this booklet includes
Identifies and defines the 14 elements of PSM, emphasizes the           much information useful to those in many industries
need for constant attention to PSM, and covers catastrophic           of any size.
consequences if PSM is ignored. 27 min.
                                                                      Don’t rely on luck when it comes to your life and
Process Hazards Analysis #306                                         health! Be aware of airborne hazards and use
Overview of four methods for conducting process-hazard                respirators where needed!
analysis: what-if analysis, hazard and operability study, failure
mode and effects analysis, and fault-tree analysis. Designed        Air Monitoring #273
to help meet the training needs of new and experienced              Part 1 provides basic lessons about atmospheric sampling
workers. 9 min.                                                     procedures under emergency-response conditions. Part 2
                                                                    covers equipment used in the same situations, including
Process Safety Management:                                          capabilities, calibration checks, use, and interpretations of
Solving the Puzzle #302                                             readings. Two tapes, total 46 min.
Explains PSM, a proactive approach to the prevention of
uncontrolled releases of hazardous chemicals that can cause         Airborne Hazards #720
serious injuries and extensive property damage. 20 min.             Filmed in industry, this live-action video describes the
                                                                    nature of airborne contaminants and their effects on human
Pulp & Paper — see Forest Activities                                respiratory systems. Demonstrates how the respiratory
                                                                    system works and teaches the importance of selecting the
                                                                    appropriate respirator. 5 min.
Radiation
see also Lasers
Radiation Safety #823
Provides an overview of radiation, its hazards, and safe work
practices, including administrative and engineering controls.
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        — Closed caption       G — Grant                                                                    Respiration-Retail

Breathe Easy: A Respiratory Protection Program                    Respiratory Protection #490 G
English #446 Spanish #447 G                                       This respiratory-protection training program features the
A training video covering respiratory protection for workers      benefits of interactive computer-based training, allowing
in nurseries. Training materials include an instructor’s          schedule flexibility and individualized test scores in print.
manual; an illustrated pamphlet in Spanish and English for        Covers the selection, use, and maintenance of various types
workers; a bilingual poster on respirator selection, fit, and      of respiratory protection, and the recognition of respiratory
maintenance, and a sample written respiratory-protection          hazards. Only for Macintosh computers (Power Mac) with a
program. Sponsor: Oregon Association of Nurserymen. May           Mac OS 7.0 (or higher) operating system. Sponsor: International
be duplicated. 10 min.                                            Brotherhood of Painters & Allied Trades, District Council #55,
                                                                  and the Center for Research on Occupational & Environmental
Breathing Yourself to Death #32                                   Technology (CROET). May be duplicated. CD-ROM.
Shows many industrial health hazards and the basics of
lung structure and breathing functions. Covers organic and        Respiratory Protection #815
inorganic dust, fumes, gases, and vapors. Discusses hazard        A comprehensive training package covering the main lines of the
controls and mentions protective equipment measures, with         revised respiratory protection standard, with particular emphasis
emphasis on hazard control. 20 min.                               on fit-testing, appropriate use, and maintenance of both air-
                                                                  purifying and atmosphere-supplying respirators. 20 min.
The Care and Use of APRs #290
Explains the proper use and maintenance of air-purifying          Respiratory Protection:
respirators. Helps workers understand the reasons for             A Breath of Fresh Air #1015
accurate fit testing, and the importance of inspecting and         An overview of the federal respiratory protection standard,
fit-checking respirators before use. 13 min.                       including written program and medical evaluation requirements,
                                                                  with special emphasis on hazardous atmospheres and proper
Changes to the Respiratory                                        fit-testing of respirators. 18 min.
Protection Standard #793
1998 OR-OSHA ED-NET conference covering changes to the            Ventilation #236
respiratory protection standard. Includes question-and-answer     Covers uses of ventilation; standards, types and design
periods and handbook. May be duplicated. 150 min.                 principles; effectiveness testing; and troubleshooting and
                                                                  maintenance. 14 min.
Indoor Air Quality #144
This program provides a review of sick-building syndrome          Retail
and the hazards of poor indoor air quality. After considering
common air contaminants and their effects, attention is           see also Back Safety, Housekeeping, Violence in the
focused on appropriate HVAC design to ensure adequate             Workplace
ventilation. 15 min.
                                                                  Employee Safety in Retail #653
Indoor Air Quality for Schools #707                               A fast-paced overview of safety awareness and practices for
Steve Thomas and Richard Trethewey of PBS’ “This Old              those who work in retail. Includes housekeeping, safe lifting,
House” explain the importance of good indoor air quality          use of ladders, display arrangements, fire protection, electrical
and how to properly operate and maintain school ventilation       safety, and use of sharp implements. Emphasizes individual
systems to prevent indoor air quality problems. 15 min.           responsibility for safety. 16 min.
Respirators: Air Purifying #147                                   Is It Worth Your Life? #322
Live-action and graphics combine in an examination of             Opening with a dramatic portrayal of a convenience-store
the human respiratory system, respiratory hazards, and            robbery, this program offers guidelines for all who work nights
appropriate use of air-purifying respirators, including correct   in retail establishments; robbery-prevention methods and
maintenance and storage. 15 min.                                  step-by-step instructions about what to do during and after
Respirators: Atmosphere Supplying #2                              a robbery. 18 min.
An overview of the applications of these respirators in a         Soft Tissue Injuries in the
protection program. Covers selection, fit testing, function,
and limitations. 5 min.                                           Grocery Retail Industry #478 G
                                                                  A retail grocer’s approach to increased awareness of ergonomic
Respirators: Your TB Defense #1038                                issues in the workplace. Provides a basic understanding of
Produced by NIOSH, and narrated by Loretta Swit, this             the origin of ergonomic problems, and reporting of problems.
program provides an overview of the care and use of               Sponsor: Safeway Inc. of Oregon, United Grocers Inc., Local
respirators in health-care settings, with emphasis on the         555 UFCW. May be duplicated. 5 min.
prevention of tuberculosis. 15 min.




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Retail-Safety                                                                                 — Closed caption       G — Grant

Violence in the Workplace:                                           Scaffold Safety: From The Ground Up #853
Communication Skills for Retailers #473 G                            Especially geared to roofers, this two-tape set covers general
Designed to help Oregon retailers and their employees                regulations that apply to all types of scaffolds, with correct
obtain the skills necessary for dealing with potentially violent     procedures for set-up and use of several types. Two tapes,
individuals. Includes booklet and pocket-sized card with             total 20 min.
key communication skills for workers dealing with difficult
persons. 12 min.                                                     Safety Committees
Right to Know — see Hazard Communication                             see also Supervision, Supervisors

Road Rage                                                               Safety in numbers
                                                                        Is anything more powerful than cooperative effort?
Preventing Road Rage:                                                   Oregon was built on the work of many individuals
                                                                        pulling together. The same principle applies to
Anger Management for Drivers #1126                                      keeping workers safe and healthy on the job.
Emphasizes personal responsibility for one’s own reactions,
while providing tips for cooperation with other drivers, including      Your safety committee can be the most powerful
ways to disengage from an angry encounter. 20 min.                      means at your disposal for maintaining a safe and
                                                                        healthful work environment. Many organizations have
Road Rage #858                                                          found that the safety videos available from Oregon
A fast-paced program combining dramatic road-rage                       OSHA are a great help toward effective safety-
scenarios with expert instruction from veteran drivers and              committee meetings.
other professionals, this program presents ways to reduce
the chances of becoming a road-rage perpetrator or victim.              Safety Committees for the Real World
Also covers what to do if you witness a road-rage incident.             Oregon OSHA offers a publication entitled “Safety
20 min.                                                                 Committees for the Real World.” See www.orosha.org
                                                                        or call (800) 922-2689 to obtain a copy or to get more
Road Rage: How to Protect Yourself #1007                                information. The Web site also includes an online
Offers practical tips for building a “road rage defense.”               workshop covering this topic!
Includes common driving situations that can trigger conflicts
between drivers. 15 min.
                                                                     Be Prepared for Meetings:
Roller Compactor — see Heavy Equipment                               How to Lead Productive Business Meetings #317
                                                                     The program study guide shows how to define a purpose
Roofing                                                               for your meeting and select the right location, time, and
                                                                     participants; choose the right leadership style; launch your
                                                                     meeting quickly; keep it on track, start group participation,
Cranes, Conveyors & Hoists:                                          control problem participants, close on schedule, and follow
Raising the Standard #845                                            up for results. 24 min.
Geared for roofers, this video emphasizes OSHA requirements
for cranes, conveyors, and hoists, with examples of equipment        Be Prepared to Speak #223
and safe work practices, including signals. 10 min.                  Program draws on Toastmasters’ 60 years of experience to provide
                                                                     public-speaking strategies with proven effectiveness. Includes
Roofing Safety for Residential Construction                           essential steps toward an effective presentation with increased
English #1037 Spanish #1175                                          personal enjoyment and minimum “stage fright.” 27 min.
Created for workers in Washington State, this program
provides an overview of basic principles and safe work               Effective Health and Safety Committees #43
practices for roofers in residential construction. Topics            Set in British Columbia, demonstrates actual safety
covered: job preparation, walk-around safety inspections,            committees at work to underscore the importance of clear
ladders, safe access, anchorages, safe work practices, and           objectives, effective communication, and appropriate follow-
job completion. 13 min.                                              up on safety and health issues in the workplace. 25 min.

Roofing: Setting up a Jobsite Safely #852                             Safety Committee Basics for the
This program emphasizes the importance of planning safety            Wood Products Industry #404 G
procedures for a roofing job. Discusses warning lines, ladder         Trains and empowers safety committees with the knowledge,
safety, the MSDS, and other topics, with several examples of         skills, confidence, and authority to manage and improve
safe work practices. 9 min.                                          safety performances. Introduces upper management to
                                                                     safety-committee roles and responsibilities. Sponsor: Timber
Safety Awareness: It’s Up To You!                                    Operators Council. May be duplicated. Print.
English #850 Spanish #851
An overview of safety procedures related to roofing, covering fall
prevention, burns, proper lifting techniques, and PPE. 10 min.

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        — Closed caption       G — Grant                                                                       Safety-Scaffolds

The Safety Committee: Problem or Solution? #666                    Safety Orientation for Employees
There are many benefits to having an effective safety              English #303 Spanish #234
committee. Illustrates the functions of a safety committee,        A hands-on program for experienced and new workers that
ways to build member confidence, and how to conduct                can be applied in most work environments and industries.
productive safety meetings. 31 min.                                12 min.
Safety Committees for Schools
English/Spanish #1172                                              Sanitation
Especially for educators and other school personnel, this
comprehensive manual, CD, and video explain the role of the        see also Food Service
safety committee in educational facilities. Covers formation of
a safety committee, effective operation, district-wide safety
                                                                   On Your Own #240
                                                                   Covers industrial safety, including dog attacks, vehicle
programs, and safety programs for individual schools. CD
                                                                   backing, dangerous access, taking shortcuts, and more. For
includes useful forms and other information in English and
                                                                   utilities, delivery services, state and city governments, and
Spanish. Introductory video in English, but is not essential
                                                                   refuse-collection companies. 16 min.
for effective use of this resource. Sponsor: Portland Public
schools. May be duplicated. 10 min.                                Sanitation Safety #217
                                                                   Overview covering safe work practices, use of PPE, and
Safety Committee Workshop #283                                     hazard recognition. 8 min.
Guidelines for establishing a new safety committee or injecting
new life into an existing committee: How to develop an
effective safety committee, conduct effective meetings, and
                                                                   Saws — see Tools
develop an effective hazard-identification program. 75 min.

Safety Teams #743
                                                                   Scaffolds
Helps organizations get the most out of safety teams.              see also Construction, Fall Protection
Emphasizes the role of a safety team, establishing clear
objectives, individual and team responsibilities, communication    Schools — see Younger Workers
skills, implementation, and follow-up. 11 min.

The Safety Unit Meeting Kit #227                                   Seat Belts — see Driving/Vehicles
Discusses the role and duties of the safety committee, with
particular emphasis on conducting effective meetings. May be       Safety Guidelines for Tube & Clamp
helpful to supervisors; also appropriate for workers. 25 min.      System Scaffolds #114
                                                                   Covers assembly practices and federal OSHA code
Train the Trainer #727                                             requirements. Note that plank-length over-supports do not
Covers meeting prep, leading effective discussions, capturing      meet Oregon OSHA requirements. 15 min.
audience attention, and measuring retention. 5 min.
                                                                   Scaffold Safety: From The Ground Up #853
Safety Orientation                                                 Especially for roofers, this two-tape set covers general
                                                                   regulations that apply to all types of scaffolds, with correct
Associated Oregon Industries                                       procedures for set-up and use of several types. Two tapes,
                                                                   total 20 min.
Health & Safety Reference Guide #448 G
A loss-prevention guide including information on the role of       Scaffolding #216
management and employees in creating a safe workplace;             Uses a before-and-after format, shows what’s being done
health-and-safety planning; policy, rules, and procedures;         wrong on a job site, then shows the result of an accident, and
safety committees; hazard identification, assessment, and           corrects violations. 10 min.
control; accident investigation; hazard communication;
lockout/tagout; first aid; health-and-safety-training checklist;    Scaffolds #180
drug-and-alcohol policy; and OSHA record keeping. Sponsor:         Presents design and construction specifications for scaffolds
Associated Oregon Industries. May be duplicated. Print.            and reviews safety requirements for different types. 13 min.
Safety Orientation #744                                            Scaffolds: General Requirements #818
Safety orientation is the first line of defense against workplace   Discusses requirements for design and construction to prevent
accidents. Covers the basics of safety in a variety of settings,   fatalities and serious injuries associated with scaffolds. 7 min.
including mills, warehouses, laboratories, and offices.
Includes PPE, lockout/tagout, forklifts, bloodborne pathogens,     Scaffolds: Safety at All Levels #1030
housekeeping, hazard communication, ergonomics, confined            This program reviews the role of the competent person, pre-
space, and more. 14 min.                                           assembly inspection, assembly, pre-shift inspection, safe
                                                                   work practices, and the role of fall protection. 18 min.


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Sheet-Substance                                                                           — Closed caption        G — Grant

Sheet Metal                                                      Protecting Workers in Auto Body Shops #1042
                                                                 Produced by NIOSH, this brief program offers recommendations
                                                                 for minimizing exposure to hazardous dust and overspray in
SMACNA Safety Manual #456 G                                      auto body shops, with emphasis on proper use of tools and
This program includes a manual with an instructor section,       spray booths and an effective respiratory program. 7 min.
overheads, and quiz questions. SMACNA designed this
program for the sheet-metal industry, covering the most-cited
occupational safety and health violations occurring in this      Static Electricity
industry. Training module subjects include lockout/tagout,
hazard communication, confined space, personal protective         Static Electricity #1022
equipment (PPE), bloodborne pathogens, electrical safety,        Covers the nature and properties of static electricity, potential
fall protection, housekeeping, and respirator safety. Sponsor:   hazards, and controls and safe work practices. 15 min.
Sheet Metal and Air Conditioning Contractors’ National
Association. May be duplicated. Print.                           Stress
Silica, Silicosis                                                The Stress of Change #470 G
                                                                 A written program designed to help workers understand
see also Construction, Respiration, Respirators                  workplace change, why it’s stressful, and how it affects health
                                                                 and safety. Helps identify stressors in processes of change,
  It’s not just dust                                             and explains what individuals, work teams, managers, and
  Oregon OSHA offers a publication entitled “Silicosis:          safety committees can do to reduce stress. Sponsor: The
  It’s Not Just Dust!” See www.orosha.org, or call (800)         Center for Working Life. May be duplicated. Print.
  922-2689 to get a copy or to get more information.
                                                                 Stress Mess #125
Save Your Breath:                                                A humorous but hard-hitting program showing how to identify
                                                                 sources and signs of stress in our lives. Tells how to reduce
Silicosis Awareness on the Construction Site                     and manage stress, plus time-management techniques.
English #486 Spanish #487 G                                      Office environment; appropriate for all audiences. 25 min.
A video with accompanying training material for the prevention
of silicosis among cement masons. Covers the meaning of          Winning the Race:
silicosis, risk factors, hazardous working conditions, safety    Managing Health-Care Stress #1188
procedures, and PPE. Sponsor: Oregon and Southwest               Somewhat lighthearted in approach, this video reviews the
Washington Cement Masons Apprenticeship and Committee.           unique pressure under which health-care professionals
May be duplicated. 15 min.                                       often live and work. Describes common physiological and
                                                                 emotional symptoms of stress, with emphasis on managing
Skin                                                             stress through appropriate self-care, including diet, exercise,
                                                                 appropriate use of humor, and sufficient rest. Cautions against
see also Latex, Personal Protective Equipment (PPE)              resorting to quick fixes. 17 min.

The Causes & Prevention of                                       Work Place Stress
Industrial Skin Disease #45                                      English #617 Spanish #658
Actual scenes from a variety of industries show possible         Discusses how to identify stress, the effects of everyday stress
hazards. Defines terms clearly. The second part of this tape      on the body, and measures that may be taken to combat
shows prevention and control of hazards including PPE,           negative stress. 8 min.
personal hygiene, showers, and barrier creams. 24 min.
                                                                 Workplace Stress #330
Soils Testing — see Excavation                                   Shows the powerful force of stress and its causes, how to
                                                                 identify symptoms of stress, and how to control and eliminate
                                                                 many stress factors. Recommends and demonstrates several
Spray Finishing                                                  simple exercises. 15 min.

see also Respiration, Respirators                                Substance Abuse
Dual Protection: Spray Finishing #1041                           see also Driving, Vehicles
Produced by NIOSH, this program details the hazards involved
with spray finishing, including the toxic components of various   The Hazards of Substance Abuse #277
coatings. Covers various types of spraying systems and offers    Uses a variety of factory locations and lecture techniques to
specific recommendations for proper ventilation, safe work        cover substance abuse on the job, illegal drugs, prescription
practices, and isolating workers from exposure. 14 min.          and nonprescription medication, and alcohol. Outlines the
                                                                 hazards to users and those working around them. 17 min.


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Recognizing Alcohol & Drug Abuse #1187                            START Series: Supervisor Training in
Especially for supervisors, this video begins with a review        Accident Reduction Techniques #1106
of the economic and human costs of substance abuse, and           A comprehensive training package that dramatically
then details four basic methods of detecting such abuse.          underscores the importance of developing and implementing
Describes common drugs and symptoms of use, while                 an effective safety program. Individual modules include “Why
warning against misinterpretation of symptoms for which           Start A Safety Culture?” “Start to Recognize and Investigate,”
there may be other causes. Emphasizes careful observation         “Start to Educate and Motivate,” and “Start Getting Results.”
and documentation, and briefly describes appropriate use of        For supervisors; appropriate for a wide audience. Four tapes,
drug testing. Interviews with medical experts underscore the      total 74 min.
message. 19 min.
                                                                  Supervising Safety #195
Substance Abuse: Employees Role #100                              Starts with “You Make The Difference,” which identifies
Focuses on job-related effects of substance abuse and             factors leading to accidents, techniques supervisors can
actions every worker can take to resolve the problems of          use to influence worker behavior, and steps to follow when
abuse. Shows that abusers compromise the safety and               correcting unsafe workplace behaviors. “Making It Happen”
productivity of all employees. 38 min.                            shows how effective communication helps prevent accidents.
                                                                  Two tapes, total 36 min.
Substance Abuse: The Supervisor’s Role #97
A comprehensive series designed to help supervisors identify      The Supervisor #1194
symptoms of drug or alcohol abuse in the workplace, with          Supervisors, this is a story about an industrial fatality and the
strategies for dealing effectively with the problem. Part 1       effects of the event on the victim’s supervisor. The second
describes the general nature and scope of drug abuse,             part is highly dramatized, the victim shown with all his wounds
(including abuse of alcohol and prescription drugs), the          in replicated detail. 15 min.
characteristics of some individual drugs, and their typical
effects. Part 2 dramatically illustrates the symptoms of abuse,   Train the Trainer #727
including possible reactions to expressions of concern. Part 3    Covers meeting prep, leading effective discussions, capturing
suggests techniques for effective intervention and describes      audience attention, and measuring retention. 5 min.
the possible outcomes of such intervention. Appropriate for
any work setting. Three tapes, total 62 min.                      Why Start a Safety Culture? #1023
                                                                  Especially appropriate for company owners, CEOs, and
Summer — see Heat Stress, Insects                                 supervisors, this program dramatically underscores the
                                                                  economic and human costs of workplace illnesses and
Supervision, Supervisors                                          injuries, while demonstrating the components of an effective
                                                                  safety program. 25 min.
The Big Picture #77                                               Tarping
Especially for supervisors, this video demonstrates
maintaining safety on the job and ways to promote a positive
attitude toward safe working procedures. 20 min.                  Tarp Smart:
                                                                  Protect Your Load ... and Yourself #454 G
Leadership Skills for Safety #1100                                Covers safe tarping procedures for square and odd-shaped
Created especially for supervisors; appropriate for a wide        loads. Hazards exist when products need to be covered with
audience. Covers such topics as hazard recognition, accident      tarps to protect them from wet weather and dirt. The video
investigation, and job safety analysis, with emphasis on          covers hazards to which drivers are exposed during tarping
systematic approaches for correcting unsafe acts and              procedures and how to eliminate or minimize the hazards.
conditions. 24 min.                                               Sponsor: Tarping Task Force. May be duplicated. 15 min.
No Exceptions #258
Shows that supervisors need to take part in safety programs       Tools
and motivate workers to do the same. 9 min.
                                                                  Electrical Circular Handsaws #71
Safety: The Bottom Line #342                                      For experienced and novice users. A practical and informative
Shows the value of sound safety programs and their economic       video on types of saws and their safety features. Reviews
benefits to contractors. 20 min.                                   purposes of different blades and shows how they should be
                                                                  changed, sharpened, and set. 18 min.
Safety Zapp! #627
Shows ways of empowering employees to take ownership              Grinding #726
of issues and let them know they can make a difference.           Filmed in industry, this video presents the correct use of
Demonstrates the important role a supervisor plays in             equipment, engineering controls, proper PPE, and established
motivating employees. 18 min.                                     techniques for safe grinding. 5 min.




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Tools-Veterinarians                                                                         — Closed caption       G — Grant

Grinding Wheel Safety #30                                           Toxic Materials, Toxicology — see Hazardous
Based on ANSI B7.1 Standard for Safety Requirements for             Substances, Laboratory
the Use, Care and Protection of Abrasive Wheels. These two
training videos emphasize safety for workers using grinding
wheels of all types. Information on how wheels are made,            Tractors
stored, labeled, inspected, and mounted. Doesn’t cover actual
use. Two tapes, total 43 min.                                       Orchard Tractor Safety
                                                                    English #440 Spanish #442 G
Hand & Power Tool Safety                                            Provides in-depth training on the safe use and maintenance
English #262 Spanish #1055                                          of orchard tractors. Covers OR-OSHA tractor safety rules
Covers essential safety rules, including matching tools to jobs;    and safety/accident statistics, proper maintenance for safe
proper use of hammers, chisels, punches, saws, screwdrivers,        operation, protective-device precautions, guards, universal
pliers, wrenches, and power tools; good tool maintenance;           symbols, safe-operation procedures, tractor hitches, PTOs
and personal protective equipment. 15 min.                          and hydraulics precautions, safety on the road, why accidents
                                                                    occur, and tractor and implement safety standards. Includes
Machine Shop Safety #126                                            instructor’s manual. Sponsor: Hood River Grower/Shipper
Covers proper lathe chuck installation, adjusting tools and         Association. May be duplicated. 60 min.
tool posts, proper chip removal, how to safely check work,
drill presses, and machine guarding. 20 min.                        Tractor Accidents #274
                                                                    The basics of tractor safety for the landscaping industry. Also
Orbital Hand Sanders: New Control #1045                             covers emergency first aid. 23 min.
Produced by NIOSH, this video profiles a way of reducing
wood dust in sanding operations, through a dust collection          Tractor Safety Begins with You #1049
device attached to a vacuum source at the bottom of a hand          Provides a 20-minute review of the most common tractor
sander. Includes an address for more information. 5 min.            accidents and how to avoid them. 20 min.
Powder-Actuated Fastening Tools #836                                Tractor Safety is No Accident #140
Powder-actuated fastening tools are widely used, particularly       Shows hazards affecting operators and others, including
in the construction industry. This program covers the types         overturning, traveling at high speed, riders, shaft guards,
and components of powder-actuated fastening tools, with             working on running equipment, and refueling. Realistic
emphasis on personal and operational safety. 13 min.                accident scenarios and interviews with actual victims
                                                                    underscore the message. 17 min.
Power Fastening Safety & You #1079
Covers safe use of pneumatic fastening tools, with emphasis
on using the correct tool for the job, the use of eye protection,   Trees — see Chainsaws, Forest
and attention to safety instructions. Includes interviews with
employers and workers. 15 min.
                                                                    Activities, Landscaping, Power Lines
Power & Hand Tool Safety #136                                       Trenching — see Excavation
Demonstrates proper methods of selection, inspection, and
use of hand tools and portable power tools, both on the job         Trucks — see Driving/Vehicles
and at home. 20 min.

Safe Use of Hand Trucks, Dollies & Pallet Jacks #282                Tuberculosis — see Health Care
Covers manual material handling tools and their uses, how to
load and operate safely, and proper maintenance practices.          Ventilation — see Respiration,
Includes ergonomic information on reducing back injuries by         Respirators
using proper loading and operating procedures. 23 min.

Woodworking Shop Safety #207                                        Veterinarians
Discusses how to check tools before starting work, chisels, and
the safe use of hand, circular, radial, and band saws. 20 min.      An Ounce of Prevention
Working Safely with Portable                                        Module One #432 Module Two #434 G
                                                                    Developed specifically for veterinary practices. Module One
Industrial Grinders #1090                                           encourages business owners to develop safety-and-health
The hazards of portable industrial grinders and how to prevent      and hazard-communication programs. Module Two offers
injury. 12 min.                                                     specific training information to employees in veterinary
                                                                    clinics. Includes manual. Sponsor: Oregon Veterinary Medical
Working with Lathes #816                                            Association. May be duplicated. 40 min.
Covers workshop and operator safety, with correct procedures for
changing the spindle speed, centering and mounting work pieces,
setting up the cutting tool, and adjusting cutting speed. 25 min.

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        — Closed caption       G — Grant                                                                   Vibration-Violence

Vibration Syndrome                                               Domestic Violence and the Workplace #1146 G
                                                                 Combining compassion with a “zero-tolerance” approach,
                                                                 this high-impact program addresses the nature and scope
Vibration Syndrome #16                                           of domestic violence, while emphasizing practical steps
For those who use jackhammers or other equipment, this
                                                                 that potential victims, coworkers, and employers can take
video covers the physics of vibration, effects on the body,
                                                                 to minimize the chances of a violent, even fatal, episode.
symptoms of vibration syndrome, and assessment and
                                                                 Includes detailed safety procedures for an in-progress violent
treatment of the condition. 30 min.
                                                                 encounter, comprehensive lists of resources and services, and
                                                                 an invitation to become involved in helping to solve this growing
Video Display Terminals (VDTs) — see                             problem. Sponsor: Multnomah County Domestic Violence
Ergonomics, Office                                                Coordinator’s Office. May be duplicated. CD and print.

Violence in the Workplace                                        Is It Worth Your Life? #322
                                                                 Opening with a dramatic portrayal of a convenience-store
                                                                 robbery, this program offers guidelines for all who work nights
  Violence in the workplace                                      in retail establishments; robbery-prevention methods and
  The threat of violence in the workplace is a disturbing        step-by-step instructions about what to do during and after
  reality in today’s world. The stresses running through         a robbery. 18 min.
  society today are enormous, human behavior is
  aggressive, and weapons are easily obtained.                   Mentally III Youth: Prevention of Assault
  Oregon OSHA is painfully aware of today’s heightened           (4 CD-ROMs) #409 G
  potential for workplace violence, but remains confident         A comprehensive training program designed to enable juvenile
  that a safe and healthy workplace can be a reality for         detention and other staff to deal effectively with those having
  everyone. OR-OSHA offers many resources geared to the          emotional and psychiatric disorders. Designed to be completed
  understanding and avoidance of workplace violence. We          over several sessions, this program covers most common
  hope that these resources will be helpful to you as we work    psychiatric disorders and details effective strategies for
  together to keep the workplace safe and violence-free.         preventing escalation and assault. Aimed at detention staff; may
                                                                 be appropriate for anyone working with disturbed individuals.
  OR-OSHA publishes an attractive and easy-to-read
                                                                 Sponsor: Linn-Benton Juvenile Detention. May be duplicated.
  publication entitled ”Violence in the Workplace:
  Creating A Workplace Violence Prevention Program.”             Preventing Violence in the Workplace #382
  This brochure provides an overview on the scope                This telecast provides a comprehensive approach to preventing
  of workplace violence, sources of violence, legal              violence in the workplace. Emphasizes an interdisciplinary
  obligations, and specific actions that can be taken to          approach, integrating human resources, employee assistance,
  prevent it. See www.orosha.org or call (800) 922-              and security aspects. Two tapes, total 30 min.
  2689 to request a copy or to get more information.
  The Web site also features an online workshop                  Preventing Workplace Violence
  entitled “Developing A Violence Prevention Program.”           in the Construction Industry #488
                                                                 This CD-ROM and training manual promote awareness of
Back With a Vengeance #367                                       workplace violence in the construction industry, with special
Violence in the workplace is approaching epidemic                emphasis on practical strategies for violence prevention. Six
proportions. This video provides strategies to aid employers     sections cover what constitutes workplace violence, preventing
and employees. Includes warning signals and profiles of           workplace violence, responding to a violent incident, the growing
potentially violent individuals. 16 min.                         threat of bombs and suspicious packages at construction sites, and
                                                                 “tool-box training” and forms. May be duplicated. CD-ROM.
Conflict Communication Skills #393
Using a before-and-after format, this video presents 12          Prevention is Proactive #408 G
conflict-communication skills that help diffuse hostile          Concentrates on direct-care employee injuries and training
situations in the workplace. 14 min.                             to avoid and diffuse explosive behaviors. Designed to
                                                                 reduce the incidence of on-the-job injuries sustained by
Dealing With Conflict #376                                        rehabilitation staff who work with people with physical, mental,
This program demonstrates the five basic positions we can
                                                                 or emotional impairments. Includes comprehensive written
choose in a conflict situation and emphasizes that the position
                                                                 manual. Sponsor: Oregon Rehabilitation Association. May
we choose can determine the outcome. 20 min.
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Violence-Welding                                                                               — Closed caption        G — Grant

Private Horror, Public Issue:                                        Workplace Violence:
On-the-Job Assault #354                                              Perpetrator Profiles: Warning Signs #789
Created by the Service Employees International Union,                Experts offer profiles of perpetrators and some of the warning signs
this program provides a graphic depiction of the problem of          of a possible violent incident. Produced in Oregon. 30 min.
workplace violence, especially for those who work in offices
or other so-called “safe” environments. Using several case           Workplace Violence:
histories, including interviews with victims of workplace            The Role of Law Enforcement #790
violence, emphasis is placed on workers’ rights rather than          Focuses on the role of law enforcement in intervention and
specific safety measures. May be useful as an introduction            prevention of violence in the workplace. Features interviews
to safety training on this topic. 17 min.                            with experts. Produced in Oregon. 15 min.
Service Worker Safety Training:                                      Workplace Violence:
Occupational Violent Crimes #424 G                                   Training for Hourly Employees #1135
Tells how to reduce incidents that may result in injuries among      Emphasizes identification and defusing of potentially
service workers in inner-city neighborhoods when there’s potential   explosive situations before the worst occurs. Identifies
for person-to-person confrontation or violence. Learn to control     stressors that can drive a coworker to the breaking point, as
or mitigate hazards encountered while working with the public.       well as typical characteristics of a perpetrator of violence.
Sponsor: Oregon Coalition Fund. May be duplicated. Print.            Provides instruction on appropriate actions. Interviews and
                                                                     case histories underscore the message. 17 min.
Targeting Violence in the Workplace #469 G
Using dramatic portrayals of violent encounters in the
workplace, this program challenges viewers to identify factors
                                                                     Welding
leading up to a violent incident and ways to avoid or defuse
such an incident. Especially appropriate for those who deal          see also Compressed Gases, Hot Work
with the public in high-stress situations. Sponsor: Service
Employees International Union. May be duplicated. 20 min.
                                                                     ARC Welding: A Video Manual #230
                                                                     Covers equipment and use; stick welding; MIG welding outfit;
Violence in the Workplace #386                                       MIG welding turn-on, use, and shutdown; and TIG welding
For those who work alone, deal with the general public, or work      setup and use. Five tapes, total 68 min.
evenings. Identifies potentially violent situations and presents
guidelines. Includes interviews with victims. 10 min.
                                                                     The Hazards of Gas Welding #1040
                                                                     Produced by NIOSH, this program suggests procedures and
Violence in the Workplace:                                           presents information to eliminate or minimize hazards in gas
                                                                     welding, while improving the quality of work. 16 min.
Communication Skills for Retailers #473 G
Designed to help Oregon retailers and their employees                High-Impact Welding Safety
obtain the skills necessary for dealing with potentially violent     English #1158 Spanish #1160
individuals. Includes booklet and pocket-sized card with             Graphic reenactments of workplace accidents underscore this
key communication skills for workers dealing with difficult           review of common hazards associated with welding, including
persons. 12 min.                                                     the risks of fire and electrical shock, and the dangers of
Working with Difficult People #377                                    confined spaces. Covers safe work practices for working with
Offers general strategies for dealing with difficult behavior         compressed gases and other potentially hazardous materials.
in four major steps. It also suggests guidelines for meeting         Emphasizes awareness of the environment and appropriate
with a difficult person and discussing problems and steps             use of PPE. 20 min.
that coworkers can take to minimize the damage done by               Shop Safety: Welding #73
counterproductive behavior. 25 min.                                  Shows how to prepare for oxyacetylene welding, including
Workplace Violence:                                                  adjusting pressures, system testing, and spark control. Also
                                                                     covers electric-arc-welding-setup procedures and safety
Customer Service & Field Service #792                                rules. 20 min.
Especially for those in service-oriented occupations, this
program describes the signs of potential violence and ways           TIG Welding #860
to avoid being a victim. 26 min.                                     This program covers a wide range of aspects relating to TIG
                                                                     welding and includes understanding the TIG process, TIG
Workplace Violence:                                                  welding equipment, shielding gases, workshop safety, and
Dealing with a National Epidemic #788                                personal safety. For experienced operators and students as
Considers the causes of workplace violence, the extent of            an introduction to ongoing safety training. 20 min.
the problem, and practical solutions. Features interviews with
experts. Produced in Oregon. 30 min.                                 Welding Safely: The Way the Pros Do it #693
                                                                     Especially appropriate for beginners; stresses safety
                                                                     precautions necessary for safe welding. 44 min.


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        — Closed caption       G — Grant                                                                      Welding-Younger

Welding Safety #741                                               Wood Products Worker:
Promotes awareness of the hazards of welding operations,          Safety & Health Training Project #406 G
covering types of welding, PPE, fire prevention, safe work         Addresses specific safety and health hazards faced by
practices, and special situations. 13 min.                        workers in three categories of the wood products industry:
Wheat — see Agriculture                                           sawmills; plywood, particleboard, and millwork; and pulp and
                                                                  paper. Sponsor: University of Oregon Labor and Education
Wheel Loader — see Heavy Equipment                                Research Center, Association Of Western Pulp and Paper
                                                                  Workers. May be duplicated. Print.
Wheelchair — see Health care
                                                                  Woodworking Shop Safety #207
Winter                                                            Discusses how to check tools before work and the safe use
                                                                  of hand, circular, radial, and band saws. 20 min.
see also Driving/Vehicles
   Plan ahead for weather videos                                  Younger Workers
   Warning! Weather-related videos can be very difficult
   to get on short notice! We do our best to fill last-            Kids Talk Farm Safety Stuff #318
   minute requests, but please don’t wait until December          Intended for children; shows common dangers encountered
   to order videos in winter driving, hypothermia, or             on farms. 7 min.
   other cold-related topics!
                                                                  Lost Youth: Four Stories of Injured
Hypothermia: Cold Weather Protection #759                         Young Workers #1159
For employees who work outside. Covers hypothermia and its        Emotional interviews with injured workers and their parents
symptoms, how the body produces and loses heat, preventive        combine with dramatic recreations of workplace accidents
measures, and treatment procedures. 11 min.                       to present a hard-hitting message on the importance of
                                                                  adequate safety training. Caution: Scenes and language are
Winter Safety #1078                                               graphic. 17 min.
An overview of the elements of safety during the winter, safe-
driving tactics and avoiding hypothermia. 14 min.                 Lost Youth: Four Stories of Injured
Winter Walking #1136                                              Young Workers (edited version) #1221.
Covers awareness of hazards and danger zones, safe                Edited version of #1159. Emotional interviews with injured
entrance and exit of vehicles, and ways to avoid serious injury   workers and their parents combine with dramatic recreations
if you fall. 8 min.                                               of workplace accidents; presents an extremely hard-hitting
                                                                  message on the importance of adequate safety training.
Wire Rope — see Cranes                                            17 min.

                                                                  Safety & the Young Worker #160
Wood                                                              Featuring interviews with injured workers, promotes a positive
                                                                  attitude toward safety by explaining an employer’s responsibility
see also Forest Activities                                        for safety training. Also covers the young worker’s responsibility
Introduction to Sawmills #171                                     to follow safe work procedures. 10 min.
Uses veteran workers and historic footage to teach safety in
the sawmill. Covers the role of the safety committee, accident    Workplace Safety Curriculum
reporting, use of PPE, and lockout/tagout. Produced in British    for Oregon Grades 9-10 #407 G
Columbia. 15 min.                                                 For Oregon educators, this comprehensive printed resource
                                                                  provides an effective way to make workplace health and
Safety Committee Basics for the                                   safety an integral part of the regular high school curriculum.
Wood Products Industry #404 G                                     A concise explanation of underlying principles serves to
Trains and empowers safety committees with the knowledge,         introduce a series of clearly described classroom activities
skills, confidence, and authority to manage and improve            that combine vital safety instruction with such standard topics
safety performance. Introduces upper management to                as language arts, social studies, science, and math. Individual
safety-committee roles and responsibilities. Sponsor: Timber      lesson plans cover a wide variety of safety subjects, including
Operators Council. May be duplicated. Print.                      hazard identification, hazard communication, accident
                                                                  investigation, and ethics and workplace safety. Most activities
Wood Products Ergonomics #1174 G                                  require minimal preparation, and are easily presented by
For mill workers and supervisors; emphasizes the development      a substitute teacher. All activities are arranged to hold the
of a successful ergonomics program. Defines ergonomics,            interest of students. Use of this resource may provide a life-
reviews body mechanics, identifies risk factors, and highlights    saving awareness of workplace safety, while helping to meet
ways workers can conduct ergonomic assessments in their           Oregon CIM requirements. Sponsor: Northwest Regional
own work. Suggests solutions to common problems. Includes         Educational Laboratory. May be duplicated. Print.
comprehensive section on effective training methods. Sponsor:
WCIW/Boise. May be duplicated. Printed manual and CD.

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Younger-Spanish                                                  — Closed caption   G — Grant

Young Drivers: The High-Risk Years #1072
Many young workers drive as a regular part of their jobs,
and more drive to and from work. This video takes a hard
look at the human and economic costs of vehicle accidents,
featuring interviews with parents, teachers, and young drivers
themselves. 14 min.

Your Work: Keepin’ It Safe #803
For young workers. An overview of occupational safety and
health, with emphasis on employers’ responsibilities under the
Safe Employment Act. Some jobs in this video are prohibited
for teens under 18. 12 min.

Youth Safety in the Workplace #489 G
Ten specific occupational-safety-and-health hazards are
covered in this video. Among the hazards covered are
forklifts, eye protection, lifting and emergency procedures.
Also covered are age limitations for occupational activities
performed by minors. May be duplicated. 19 min.




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        — Closed caption        G — Grant                                                                                Spanish

Spanish-Language Programs                                           Back Injury Prevention
                                                                    for Construction Workers #297
   En español, por favor                                            Covers proper lifting techniques and how they apply on
   The people of Oregon are enriched by the presence                construction sites. 20 min.
   of varying languages and cultures. Those for whom
   Spanish is “the first language” have a special place in           Basic Wildland Fire Suppression
   Oregon’s life and economy. Without a doubt, they play            English #293 Spanish #847
   a key role in the development of our state.                      Covers basic fire safety and training. Reflects training
                                                                    requirements in forest activities code. Specifically tailored for
   Oregon OSHA wants to ensure that those who speak                 wildland fires. Program includes checklist, questionnaire, and
   Spanish benefit from OR-OSHA’s resources and                      guidelines. 45 min.
   services, which means having resources available in
   Spanish.                                                         Benefiting from Workers’ Compensation
   In addition to the safety training videos listed here,           English/Spanish #876
   Oregon OSHA offers books, pamphlets, and other                   Provides information about Oregon’s workers’ compensation
   resources in Spanish. We hope that you’ll use all                system, benefits, and the forms needed for filing an injury
   the OR-OSHA resources available for furthering an                claim. Guest: Mary Lou Carbajal. Musicians: Andrea and
   understanding of safety and health in your workplace.            Shawn Celaya-Alston. 25 min.
   The OR-OSHA Web site has a page that lists                       Breathe Easy: A Respiratory Protection Program
   Spanish-language resources available throughout
   OR-OSHA. Go to www.orosha.org and click on the                   English #446 Spanish #447 G
   “Español” tab.                                                   A training video covering respiratory protection for workers
                                                                    in nurseries. Training materials include an instructor’s
   Whatever our language or background, we all have a               manual; an illustrated pamphlet in Spanish and English for
   fundamental right to go home unharmed at the end of              workers; a bilingual poster on respirator selection, fit, and
   each working day. Let Oregon OSHA help.                          maintenance; and a sample written respiratory-protection
                                                                    program. Sponsor: Oregon Association of Nurserymen. May
The ABCs of Landscape Pruning #246                                  be duplicated. 10 min.
This beginner training tape uses in-the-field demonstrations
to examine safety, choose the best tools, remove damaged            Can You Hear Me? #602
tree limbs, and more. 40 min.                                       Stresses the need for hearing protection and encourages
                                                                    the wearing of ear plugs or other devices designed to protect
Accident Investigation                                              hearing on the job. Presents powerful reasons to prevent
Spanish #1142                                                       hearing loss. 20 min.
Applicable to a variety of settings, this video demonstrates
accident investigation techniques for incidents due to failures
                                                                    Capacitaciún de Seguridad en Español
in equipment, training, and work practices. 12 min.                 para la Industria de Viveros en Oregon #491 G
                                                                    This program includes five training modules, complete with
Agricultural Back Injury Prevention                                 instructor and student manuals, and two laminated board
English/Spanish #613                                                games, plus computer discs of the training materials for
Covers proper lifting techniques, exercises to strengthen           those who want to tailor the materials to their needs. The
the back, good posture, and weight loss to reduce strain.           five modules: Train the Trainer, Lockout-Tagout, Safety
10 min.                                                             Committees, Workplace Violence, and Multi-Cultural Safety
                                                                    Perspectives. Includes exercises for individual or group
Alcoholism in the Workplace #655                                    participation. Developed for the nursery industry, the program
For all employers and employees. Covers the recognition of          is applicable in construction and fixed-industry settings.
alcoholism and how to initiate treatment. 8 min.                    Sponsor: The Nursery Training Consortium in Partnership with
                                                                    Portland Community College. May be duplicated. Computer
Arboles & Riesgos Electricos #1057                                  disks, print.
Especially appropriate for agricultural workers, utility workers,
and schools, the first part of this program covers the hazards       Caution: Foundry at Work
of electricity and high-voltage electricity, in particular. The     English #1046 Spanish #1047
second part demonstrates safe work practices for tree               Produced by NIOSH, this video covers common hazards of
trimmers. The Spanish version of #1024. 20 min.                     foundries, including those presented by silica, metal fumes,
                                                                    and heat, with emphasis on minimizing hazards through
Asbestos Awareness for Custodial Workers #248                       ventilation and isolation. 10 min.
From the University of Texas Health Center, this program meets
Asbestos Hazard Emergency response Act requirements. 60
min.



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Spanish                                                                                     — Closed caption        G — Grant

Chainsaw Safety: Short Cut to Disaster I & II                      EPA Worker Protection Standards
English #1070 Spanish #1071                                        for Orchard Workers
Begins with a look at proper clothing and inspection of            English/Spanish #464 G
equipment followed by a demonstration of safe procedures           For orchard workers not directly involved with pesticide
for using a chainsaw. Two tapes, 10 min.                           handling, this program covers the basics of the worker
                                                                   protection standard, including the nature and use of
Chasing the Sun/Siguiendo el Sol                                   pesticides, restricted entry intervals, safe work practices
English/Spanish #381                                               to avoid exposure, symptoms of exposure, and what to do
This video was created in response to the revised worker-          in case of exposure. Sponsor: Hood River Grower/Shipper
protection standard. Designed for use with Spanish/English         Association. May be duplicated. 35 min.
bilingual farmworkers. An excellent accompaniment to any
worker protection training program. For workers only. 36 min.      EPA Worker Protection Standards
                                                                   for Pesticide Handlers
Christmas Tree Harvest Safety #1127 G
A “silent movie” designed to reach workers of all languages,       English/Spanish #465 G
this video follows harvesters from preparation for work through    For orchard workers directly involved with handling pesticides,
loading trees for transport. Covers work clothing, cutting,        this program presents the nature of pesticides, levels of
movement of trees and personnel, processing, and loading.          toxicity, and safe work practices to avoid acute or long-term
Divided into sections, includes written manual, flip chart, and     exposure. Also details first-aid measures in the event of
CD-ROM. Sponsor: Oregon Association of Nurserymen. May             exposure. Sponsor: Hood River Grower/Shipper Association.
be duplicated. 25 min.                                             May be duplicated. 58 min.

Confined Space Entry                                                Equipo de Proteccion Personal #1036
                                                                   This program emphasizes the importance of PPE, with
English #884 Spanish #885                                          special attention to correct use, maintenance, and storage
Covers the hazards of various types of confined space,
                                                                   of many types of PPE. Case studies serve to underscore the
emphasizing the responsibilities of employers, supervisors,
                                                                   message. 19 min.
attendants, and entrants. Includes instruction on required
permits and confined-space emergencies. 28 min.                     Ergonomics in Agriculture:
Conocimientos y Precauciones                                       Working Smarter . . . Not Harder
con el Asbestos #835                                               English #480 Spanish #481 G
Covers the nature of asbestos, health effects, where asbestos      Work in agriculture is both rewarding and physically
is found, what to do if asbestos is disturbed, housekeeping        challenging. This program can help workers meet the
procedures, and general protective measures. 17 min.               challenges through an awareness of basic body mechanics
                                                                   and ergonomic principles applied through warm-up exercises
Dealing With the Department                                        and safe work practices for a wide variety of agricultural tasks.
English/Spanish #881                                               Includes flip chart with detailed English/Spanish text and color
An overview of Oregon’s Department of Consumer & Business          photographs. Sponsor: Oregon Association of Nurserymen.
Services. Gabe Silva provides a short description of what each     May be duplicated. 16 min.
division does, with a musical or dance presentation between
the segments. Highlights the Workers’ Compensation Division,       Fall Protection
the Workers’ Compensation Board, Oregon OSHA, the Office            Spanish #1019
of Energy, and the Ombudsman for Injured Workers. Includes         Covers various types of fall protection, including guardrails
contact information for each. Musicians: Ballet Folklorico,        and monitoring systems, body harnesses and lanyards, with
Rondalla Sentimiento Latino, others. 25 min.                       special emphasis on pre-inspection of equipment. Also covers
                                                                   rescue procedures. 21 min.
Electrical Safety
English #173 Spanish #691                                          Fire Extinguishers
A comprehensive three-part series. Part 1: basic principles        English #698 Spanish #697
of electricity and common terms, including GFCIs and               Shows the four types of fire and the five main extinguishing
lockout/tagout. Part 2: electrical hazards and ways to avoid       agents. Shows how to safely operate and maintain
injury, including extensive treatment of lockout/tagout. Part 3:   extinguishers and what to do in a fire emergency before using
emergency-response procedures, including first aid for mild         the extinguisher. Teaches that the best way to stop a fire is
and severe electrical shock and what to do in the event of a       to prevent it. 23 min.
fire. Three tapes, total 57 min.




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Fire Prevention & Safety                                             Hazard Communication in Spanish:
English #699 Spanish #706                                            Programa para la Communicacion
Reviews the three components needed for fire to exist and             de Riesgos #651
discusses common causes of fires. Presents different types            A basic overview of the hazard communication rule, the
of fires and fire extinguishers and emphasizes the importance          purpose of the rule, the MSDS, the written program, and
of a clearly posted evacuation plan. 14 min.                         labeling. 8 min.
Fire in the Workplace                                                Hearing Safety #291
English #657 Spanish #659                                            Explains the effects of noise and how we hear sounds.
Covers the causes of fires and evaluation of fire hazards.             Workers learn how to store, use, and care for their personal
Emphasizes planning to prevent fires, including arson fires.           hearing protection. 10 min.
20 min.
                                                                     Hearsafe #601
Firefighter Training S130 G                                           This program shows workplaces where hearing protection
English #1243 Spanish # 1243                                         is used, including printing operations, aircraft maintenance,
These training materials are vital to the initial training for       heavy manufacturing, public utility, construction, landscaping,
new wildland firefighters. The purpose is to facilitate the            and assembly operations. 20 min.
training of Hispanic workers who have limited English-
speaking abilities. These training materials meet standards
                                                                     Heat Stress
for courses established by the National Wildfire Coordinating         English #268 Spanish #296
Group (NWCG). These training materials meet the Course               Discusses those at risk, how to cope with the hazards, and
Development and Format Standards, Sixth Edition, 2003.               how the body handles heat. Also covers heat stress disorders,
(English version-printed material, two videos; Spanish               and their control and prevention. 10 min.
version-two videos/one CD-ROM, printed material.)
                                                                     Heavy Equipment Operations
Forklift Training                                                    English #636 Spanish #638
English/Spanish #390                                                 Provides training ideas for heavy equipment operators
This video covers safe operation of a medium duty warehouse          responsible for the safety of the entire crew. Offers safe
forklift, and may be a useful introduction to an overall forklift-   operation tips that can mean the difference between a safe
operation training program. The first version on the tape is in       job site and tragedy. 10 min.
English, the second version is in Spanish. 10 min.
                                                                     High-Impact Electrical Safety
Forklift Walk-Behinds                                                English # 1148 Spanish #1157
English #612 Spanish #1012                                           Featuring interviews with injured workers, this video graphically
Looks at fundamentals for safe operation of these hand trucks,       illustrates the need for safe procedures when working with
including pre-operation inspection and load capacity. 7 min.         electricity. Includes an excellent description of arc flash and
                                                                     how to protect against it. Concentrates on prevention of burns
Hand & Power Tool Safety                                             and shock, with special emphasis on PPE. 20 min.
English #262 Spanish #1055                                           Home Weatherization #1033
Covers essential safety rules, including matching tools to jobs;
                                                                     This is the first El Mercado DCBS video in a series of nine
proper use of hammers, chisels, punches, saws, screwdrivers,
                                                                     Department of Consumer and Business Services divisional
pliers, wrenches, and power tools; good tool maintenance;
                                                                     videos. This one presents the Office of Energy and the State
and personal protective equipment. 15 min.
                                                                     Home Oil Weatherization (SHOW) program. Although the
Hangman #215                                                         Office of Energy is no longer part of DCBS, the rebates and
For construction workers. Shows four accidents with various          cost savings are still available to homeowners and renters.
causes. Includes hazards involving ladders, staging,                 Ballet Folklorico of Salem, Oregon, performs two cultural
scaffolds, housekeeping, guardrails, and safety equipment            dance numbers. 30 min.
use. 17 min.
                                                                     Housekeeping & Teamwork in Industry
Hazard Communication #14                                             English #1131 Spanish #1132
Similar to the English tape, provides right-to-know education        Stresses that good housekeeping is important for maintaining
and information for Spanish-speaking workers. 15 min.                productivity and may be a matter of life and death in
                                                                     emergencies. Covers fire protection, chemical storage, means
                                                                     of egress, organization of tools and equipment, and proper
                                                                     handling of leaks and spills. 20 min.




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Spanish                                                                                       — Closed caption        G — Grant

Industrial Ergonomics #796                                           Los Equipos de Proteccion Personal #1039
An overview of the principles of ergonomics, covering neutral        The Spanish version of “Personal Protective Equipment: The
body positions, techniques for lifting and material handling and     Danger Zone,” #369, this program provides an overview of
the importance of customizing one’s work area. 12 min.               many types of personal protective equipment, encouraging
                                                                     viewers to use PPE appropriate for the job. 13 min.
Insurance in Oregon
English/Spanish #882                                                 Machinery and Machine Safeguarding
A description of the mission and responsibilities of the Oregon      #1199 English, #1195 Spanish
Department of Consumer and Business Services’ Insurance              Graphic illustrations of workplace injuries introduce this in-
Division, with emphasis on enforcement and consumer-                 depth look at machinery and the hazards presented by hot,
protection services. Highlights the responsibilities of insurance    energized, and/or moving parts. Demonstrates a wide variety
companies and their agents and provides contact information          of hazards while suggesting protective measures, including
for questions and concerns. Guests: Kathy Barrie and Fred            appropriate guards, for each. 10 min.
Lindgren. Musician: Andrea Celaya-Alston. 25 min.
                                                                     Non-Complying Employers
It’s a Noisy World                                                   English/Spanish #1034
English #1111, Spanish #1112                                         The subject matter for this program is the Workers’
Covers the importance of hearing, emphasizing that much              Compensation Division’s Non-Complying Employer Program.
hearing loss is irreversible. Presents decibel readings for          The guest for this program is Field Investigator Raul Peña.
various common sounds and presents a variety of hearing-             Video explains employers’ responsibilities for obtaining
protection products with tips for proper use. 10 min.                workers’ compensation coverage for their workers and the
                                                                     penalties or problems they may experience for failing to
Ladder Safety in Construction #813                                   do so. Musical guests are Bardomiano Cedillo and Eric J.
A quick look at the fundamentals of ladder safety in                 Cancino. 30 min.
construction. 4 min.
                                                                     Office Ergonomics
Lifting and Carrying                                                 English #656 Spanish #660
English #711 Spanish #757                                            Especially appropriate for office or shipping environments.
Covers the anatomy and physiology of the neck and back,              Presents practical, low-cost solutions to common ergonomic
types of injuries, steps to safe lifting, physical characteristics   problems as well as techniques to reduce everyday stress
of loads, working conditions, and personal limitations of            and strain in the workplace. 11 min.
personnel involved in manual handling. 20 min.
                                                                     Orchard Tractor Safety
Load & Lift: A Guide to Agricultural                                 English #440 Spanish #442 G
Lift Truck Safety                                                    Provides in-depth training on the safe use and maintenance
English #467 Spanish #468 G                                          of orchard tractors. Covers OR-OSHA tractor safety rules
Explains how to inspect a forklift prior to operation, then          and safety/accident statistics, proper maintenance for safe
demonstrates load safety and other safe operation practices.         operation, protective-device precautions, guards, universal
For both standard and rough-terrain forklifts. Sponsor: Oregon       symbols, safe operation procedures, tractor hitches, PTOs
Association of Nurserymen. May be duplicated. 23 min.                and hydraulics precautions, safety on the road, why accidents
                                                                     occur, and tractor and implement safety standards. Includes
Lockout/Tagout                                                       instructor’s manual. Sponsor: Hood River Grower/Shipper
English #284 Spanish #295                                            Association. May be duplicated. 60 min.
An overview of the principles of lockout/tagout, with emphasis
on safe work practices to avoid injury. 19 min.                      Order Stacker Safety
                                                                     English #1006 Spanish #1011
Lockout/Tagout: When Everyone Knows                                  Addresses key safety issues related to stability, vehicle
English #776 Spanish #849                                            inspection, battery-charging procedures, control functions
This program features dramatic reenactments of accidents             and typical safety features. 10 min.
and other scenarios illustrating the importance of energy
control and lockout/tagout procedures. Presents the roles and        Oregon Pesticide Safety Guide
responsibilities of authorized employees, affected employees,        English #474 Spanish #475 G
and other personnel. 17 min.                                         This is a handy booklet for safe work practices when mixing,
                                                                     loading and applying pesticides in Oregon. Sections cover
                                                                     labeling, restricted entry intervals, postings, application,
                                                                     employer information exchange, training, spill response,
                                                                     transportation, storage, PPE, decontamination, disposal, first aid
                                                                     and heat stress. Sponsor: Oregon Agricultural Chemicals and
                                                                     Fertilizers Association (OACFA). May be duplicated. Print.



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        — Closed caption        G — Grant                                                                                 Spanish

Personal Protection                                                 Protecting Yourself from Pesticide
English #642 Spanish #637                                           Hazards in the Workplace
An overview of construction-industry hazards with emphasis on       English/Spanish #1051
avoiding injury through careful observance of basic safety rules.   Using dramatic reenactments of workplace injuries, this video
Includes graphic depictions of workplace injuries. 10 min.          demonstrates the importance of safe work practices, including
                                                                    the use of PPE, when working with pesticides. 67 min.
Personal Protective Equipment: The Danger Zone
English #369 Spanish #1039                                          Respirators: Breathing Easy #603
Provides an overview of all forms of personal protective            Explains and demonstrates three types of respirators: air
equipment, while encouraging employees to use PPE in many           purifying, air-line, and self-contained breathing apparatus.
settings. Can help comply with the training requirements for        Shows proper fit, selection, use, maintenance, and storage
PPE in the OSHA rule. 17 min.                                       of respirators. 18 min.

Personal Protective Equipment: You’re Covered                       La Seguridad en el Techado
English #361 Spanish #1036                                          Spanish #1175
Covers PPE for the eyes, face, head, hands, and feet. Also          The Spanish version of #1037. Created especially for workers
covers inspection of PPE, along with maintenance, care, and         in Washington State, this video provides an overview of basic
storage. 16 min.                                                    principles and safe work practices for roofers in residential
                                                                    construction. Topics covered: job preparation, walk-around safety
Pesticide Handlers                                                  inspection, ladder safety and safe access, anchorages, roofing
& the Worker Protection Standard                                    practices, and job completion. May be duplicated. 13 min
English #380 Spanish #383                                           Safe Erection of Open-Web Steel Joists
Meets federal worker-protection-standard training requirements
for pesticide handlers. The video is divided into 16 parts, with    and Joist Girders
a break between each section to allow time for discussion.          Spanish #1141
For handlers only. 51 min.                                          The Spanish version of #1137, this video assumes no
                                                                    safe-erection knowledge on the part of the viewer. Defines
Pesticide Safety:                                                   terms, presents procedures for safe loading, transportation,
Help Workers Protect Themselves                                     unloading, rigging, and placement of structural steel. Brief
English #600 Spanish #608                                           coverage of fall protection 32 min.
Fulfills EPA educational requirements for agricultural workers       Un Lugar Seguro Para Sus Niños
under Worker Protection Standard (WPS) regulations. The
video covers the 11 criteria for EPA/WPS-approved training          A Safe Place for Your Children
in a clear and concise manner. 19 min.                              Spanish #1177
                                                                    Produced in Oregon, this video demonstrates vividly how
Pesticide Safety: Worker Protection                                 children of agricultural workers may come into contact with
English/Spanish #323                                                pesticides in the field or at home. Emphasizes ways to prevent
A two-part video that helps meet EPA requirements for training      contact, including effective decontamination procedures, safe
agricultural workers and pesticide handlers. A Spanish version      storage and disposal of pesticides, and what to do in case of
follows the English. 30 min.                                        suspected exposure. In Spanish with English subtitles. May
                                                                    be duplicated. 19 min.
Play It Smart, Play It Safe: Working with Insulation
English #1091 Spanish #1092                                         Safety Awareness: It’s Up To You!
Covers general and specific safe practices for working with          English #850 Spanish #851
fiberglass, rock wool, and slag wool products. 20 min.               An overview of safety procedures related to roofing, covering fall
                                                                    prevention, burns, proper lifting techniques, and PPE. 10 min.
Power and Space: The Ten-Foot Circle of Safety
English #615 Spanish #616                                           Safety First:
Reviews safe work practices around overhead power lines             Pictograms for the Food Processing Plant
and the 10-foot-circle rule of safety. 8 min.                       English #414 Spanish #416 G
                                                                    A pictogram and video project for reducing food-processing
Preferred Workers & Vocational Rehabilitation                       plant accidents that may occur due to non-English-speaking
English/Spanish #878                                                employees’ inability to read and understand hazard warning
An interview with an injured worker who used the programs           signs and literature. Sponsor: Northwest Food Processors
and services of the Vocational Rehabilitation Division and          Association. 5 min.
the Preferred Worker Program of the Workers’ Compensation
Division. Guest: Roberto Morales. Musicians: Rondella
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Spanish                                                                                   — Closed caption       G — Grant

Safety in the Fruit Packing Plant                                 When Someone Appeals
English #436 Spanish #438 G                                       English/Spanish #879
A training video aimed at all fruit-packing employees, covering   An overview of Oregon’s Workers’ Compensation Board, with
health-and-safety measures to reduce the number of on-the-        special emphasis on the hearings process and what injured
job accidents and injuries and reduce time lost from work.        workers need to know before and during an appeal. Guest:
Emphasizes safety procedures and individual responsibility        John McColluch. Musician: Patricia Briscole. 30 min.
in the prevention of accidents and injuries in the workplace.
Sponsor: Fruit Growers League of Jackson County. May be           Who Works for Injured Workers?
duplicated. 15 min.                                               English/Spanish #877
                                                                  Provides information about the Oregon Office of the
Safety on the Job: Forklift Safety Operation                      Ombudsman for Injured Workers, describing the activities of
English #249 Spanish #353                                         the Ombudsman’s Office and contacts for using its assistance
Using a close-call scenario, this program covers pre-checks,      regarding injuries at work and the workers’ compensation
slowing and stopping procedures on electric and fuel-powered      system. Guest: Maria Carraher. Musicians: Gabe and Jim
trucks, driving in reverse, load carrying, tipping hazards, and   Silva and Ed Riveira. 25 min.
more. 15 min.
                                                                  Workplace Stress
Safety Orientation for Employees                                  English #617 Spanish #658
English #303 Spanish #234                                         Discusses how to identify stress, the effects on the body of
A hands-on program for experienced and new workers that           everyday stress, and measures that may be taken to combat
can be applied in most work environments. 12 min.                 negative stress. 12 min.
Save Your Breath:                                                 Worker’s Exposed
Silicosis Awareness on the Construction Site                      English #420 Spanish #422 G
English #486 Spanish #487 G                                       Covers non-medical settings in which school workers, building
A video with accompanying training material for the prevention    maintenance and janitorial workers, and hotel housekeepers
of silicosis among cement masons. Covers the meaning of           may come into contact with bloodborne infectious diseases
silicosis, risk factors, hazardous working conditions, safety     and contaminated implements. Sponsor: Service Employees
procedures, and PPE. Sponsor: Oregon and Southwest                International Union. May be duplicated. 11 min.
Washington Cement Masons Apprenticeship and Committee.
May be duplicated. 15 min.                                        Working with Oregon OSHA
                                                                  English/Spanish #880
Seguridad en el Uso de las Herramientas                           A description of the mission and responsibilities of the Oregon
de Mano y de Potencia #1055                                       Department of Consumer & Business Service’s Occupational
The Spanish version of #262, this video covers essential          Safety & Health Division (OR-OSHA). Using actual case
safety rules, including matching tools to jobs; proper use        histories, this program reviews some basic workplace
of hammers, chisels, punches, saws, screwdrivers, pliers,         safety and health issues, with emphasis on the resources
wrenches, and power tools; good tool maintenance; and             and services available through OR-OSHA for preventing
personal protective equipment. 15 min.                            workplace injuries, illnesses, and fatalities. Guest: Tomás
                                                                  Schwabe. Musicians: Grant Elementary students, Salem.
Tripod Orchard Ladder Safety                                      25 min.
English/Spanish #177
Covers ladder safety, including inspection, proper setting on     Workplace Hazard Perception Challenge
level and sloping ground, and clothing. 9 min.                    English #1170 Spanish #1171
                                                                  A comprehensive interactive video invites viewers to identify
The Ultimate Driving Challenge                                    hazards in a wide variety of settings. Easily divided into
English #781 Spanish #1008                                        sections for training flexibility. 60 min.
Hosted by celebrities, a live demonstration of difficult and
dangerous driving situations and how to handle them. 20 min.




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        — Closed caption       G — Grant                                                                              Russian

Russian-Language Programs                                          There’s No Magic to Safety #898
                                                                   Individual responsibility for workplace safety emphasized for
                                                                   a successful safety program. 5 min.
Accident Prevention #897
An industry using deadly hydrogen sulfide gas provides the          Warning Blast #894
setting for this motivational program on “near-misses” as signs    A brief look at warning systems and their importance in
of a possible serious accident to come. 5 min.                     a variety of work settings. Emphasizes the need for an
                                                                   emergency-action plan. 5 min.
Airborne Hazards #866
An overview of the airborne hazards associated primarily           Watch your Load (Cargo Storage) #874
with welding and spray finishing, offering safe work practices,     Covers safe loading and packing procedures for delivery
including the use and maintenance of respirators. 5 min.           vans. May complement the grant program “Tarp Smart,”
                                                                   #454. 5 min.
Chemical Burns in Russian #883
Emphasizes safe work practices for avoiding chemical burns,        Winter Driving #871
with an overview of the physiology of human skin and basic         An overview of safe-driving practices for hazardous winter
first-aid procedures in the event of a chemical burn. 5 min.        conditions with several hints for avoiding accidents. 5 min.
Chemical Storage #872
An overview of safe storage principles for hazardous
chemicals, with emphasis on flammables and combustibles
and use of PPE. Also covers container disposal. 5 min.

First Step to Danger (Stairways) #873
Stairways can be dangerous! This program serves as a brief
reminder of the hazards of stairways, with emphasis on some
commonsense practices to avoid injury. 5 min.

Getting Your Back Into It #870
Provides a basic overview of the physiology of the back,
with emphasis on sound ergonomic principles and specific
examples of safe work practices. 5 min.

Hand Safety #865
A general overview of hand safety, especially appropriate for
wood- and metal-working. Presents practical examples for
reducing the chances of workplace injury. 5 min.

High-Risk Rescue (Confined Space) #1218
Confined spaces can be dangerous to workers as well as
would-be rescuers. This video demonstrates rescue methods
and equipment. 5 min.

Once Too Many (Confined Space Entry) #864
For a general audience, but especially appropriate for those
who work with utilities, this program covers essential aspects
of confined-space safety. 5 min.

One Breath Away: Hydrogen Sulfide #893
Hydrogen sulfide is a highly toxic gas. One breath can be
fatal! This program presents safe work practices for those
who work with this hazardous substance. 5 min.

Protective Equipment #896
Reviews the basic types of protective gear, including
hardhats, safety glasses, and gloves. Emphasis on consistent
appropriate use of PPE. 5 min.

Slippin’ & Slidin’: Fall Prevention #892
An overview of the slipping hazards associated with ice, snow,
rain, and mud, with safety tips for avoiding serious injury from
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                         Facts about the
                  Occupational Safety & Health
               Education and Training Grant Program
The grant program is administered by the Department of Consumer & Business Services, Oregon
Occupational Safety and Health Division (OR-OSHA). The program allows OR-OSHA to solicit applications
from and award grants to labor groups, employer consortiums, educational institutions affiliated with
labor organizations, and employer groups or other nonprofit entities to produce innovative, proactive,
occupational safety and health education materials.
These grants are awarded to assist in developing education programs that can be used for entire
industries or specific work processes. These grants are not for individual companies to provide training for
their employees.
Grant applications are reviewed by the Safe Employment Education and Training Advisory Committee
(SEETAC). SEETAC consists of three labor and three management representatives.
You may apply for up to $40,000 per grant. There are no specific “in-kind” contributions or matching dollars
required.
A few examples of programs that have been developed include the following:
      •   Lifting guidelines
      •   A dairy farmers’ checklist and video
      •   Pictograms for training mentally challenged individuals on hazards in the workplace
      •   Homebuilders’ manuals and videos in Russian, Spanish, and English
      •   A pilot educational program for nurses to prevent ergonomic-related injuries
      •   An interactive training program on CD-ROM for preventing attacks by dogs
Materials produced become the property of the Oregon Department of Consumer & Business Services,
Oregon Occupational Safety and Health Division. They are housed in the OR-OSHA Resource Center and
are available for loan to the public.
To request an application packet, call (503) 947-7992, or visit the OR-OSHA Web site: www.orosha.org




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                                            Index of videos by title
   A
                                                                               At the Top: Stairway & Ladder
ABCs of Landscape Pruning #246 ............................59                     Safety for Construction #335 ................................40
Accident Investigation #86 ..........................................5         Auger Boring Operations #344 .................................24
Accident Investigation #779 ........................................5          Avoiding Back Pain #804 .......................................... 10
Accident Investigation #1241 .......................................5          Avoiding Cumulative Trauma:
Accident Investigation:                                                           A Course for Telecommunications #400 G ...........22
   Determining Root Causes #783 ..............................5                Avoiding Slips, Trips, and Falls #328 ........................38
Accident Investigation: The Big Picture #1238 ...........5                     Awareness and Elimination of
Accident Investigation                                                            Electrical Shock Hazards #485 G .........................20
   Spanish #1142.......................................................59
Accident Prevention #897 .........................................65              B
Aerial Lift Platforms:                                                         Back Care for Health-Care Providers #396 ..............34
   Guidelines for Training, Use, & Operation #695 .....5
                                                                               Back Injury Prevention & Care #65 ........................... 10
Aerial Lift Safety (short version) #1076 .......................5
                                                                               Back Injury Prevention for
Aerial Lift Safety: Eight Steps to Safety #1075 ............5                     Construction Workers #297 ..................................59
Agricultural Back Injury Prevention                                            Back Injury Prevention through Ergonomics:
   English/Spanish #613 .......................................6, 59              A Curriculum for Nurses #466 G........................... 10
Agricultural Equipment Operator Series #648 ............6                      Back Safety #250 ...................................................... 10
Agricultural Safety Training Manual #477 ...................6                  Back Safety #733 ...................................................... 10
Air Monitoring #273 ...................................................48      Back Safety for Material Handlers #1200.................. 10
Airborne Hazards #720 .............................................48          Back Safety: Lift Well, Live Well #1201 ..................... 10
Airborne Hazards #866 .............................................65          Back Safety: Service Industry Version #1179 ........... 11
Alcoholism in the Workplace #655............................59                 Back Talk #19 ............................................................ 11
Alert Driver: A Trucker’s Guide to Sleep,                                      Back With A Vengeance #367 ..................................55
   Fatigue & Rest #1063 ........................................... 18
                                                                               Backfire #134 ............................................................ 11
Anatomy of a Fall #127 ..............................................38
                                                                               Backhoe/Loader Safety #397 ...................................37
Anchorages Make the Connection #320...................25
                                                                               Backs: The Ergonomic Connection #304 ................. 11
Anhydrous Ammonia #366........................................33
                                                                               Basic Fire Suppression and Safety Training
Anthrax Awareness #1102 .......................................21                 English #293 Spanish #847 ..................................25
Arboles & Riesgos Electricos #1057 .........................59                 Basic Forklift Principles #623....................................29
Arc Cutting & Gouging #1114 ....................................37             Basic Power Plant Operation #370 ........................... 47
ARC Welding: A Video Manual #230 ........................56                    Basic Wildland Fire Suppression
As It Should Be Done #292 ....................................... 12              English #293 Spanish #847 ............................ 27, 59
Asbestos #27 ..............................................................7   BBP Standard: How It Affects You #1203 ................. 12
Asbestos Awareness for Custodial Workers #248 ....59                           Be Prepared for Meetings: How to Lead
Asbestos Awareness: Are You at Risk? #1178 ...........7                           Productive Business Meetings #317 .....................50
Asbestos Cement Pipe Work #403 G ................... 7, 47                     Be Prepared to Speak #223 ......................................50
Asbestos Screening #24 .............................................7          Behavior Support Training #1156 G ............................8
Asbestos: Controlling the Hazard #67 ........................7                 Benefiting from Workers’ Compensation
                                                                                  English/Spanish #876 ...........................................59
Asbestos: Understanding the Hazard
   (janitorial version) #605 ..........................................7       Benefiting from Workers’ Compensation #876 ...........8
Asbestos: Understanding the Hazards                                            Benzene #1021 .........................................................33
   (longer version) #606..............................................7        Big Picture #77 ..........................................................53
Asbestos: Understanding the Hazards                                            Biological & Chemical Threats:
   (short version) #607 ................................................7         Closing the Door #1109 .......................................21
Assessing Risks of Toxic Chemicals #1120 ........33, 39                        Blindman’s Bluff #68 .................................................32
Associated Oregon Industries Health & Safety                                   Bloodborne Pathogens #732 .................................... 12
   Reference Guide #448 G ...................................... 51            Bloodborne Pathogens (revised) #1061.................... 12

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Index by title
 Bloodborne Pathogens in Schools:                                             Chemical Storage #872 ............................................65
    The Human Side #689 ......................................... 12          Chemical Storage Hazards #680 ........................33, 39
 Bloodborne Pathogens Teleconference #294........... 13                       Chemistry of Hazmat #629 .................................32, 33
 Bloodborne Pathogens: A Sharper Image #1077 ..... 12                         Child’s Play #1240 ..................................................... 11
 Bloodborne Pathogens: Case Histories #708 .......... 12                      Chipper Use & Safety #899 ...................................... 41
 Bloodborne Pathogens:                                                        Chlorine #378 ............................................................33
    First Responders #375 ......................................... 12
                                                                              Chlorine Safety #269 ................................................33
 Bloodborne Pathogens: Preparation, Safety,
                                                                              Christmas Tree Harvest Safety #1127 G ...............6, 60
    and Training — Your Key to a Safe Trip
    English #1154 Spanish #1155 G ........................... 12              Close Calls & Near Misses #1167 ...........................5, 8
 Bloodborne Pathogens: Protection in                                          Close Calls: The Wake-Up Call #677 ........................8
    Educational Environments #686 ........................... 12              Coaching the Backhoe Operator #1013 ....................37
 Bloodborne Pathogens:                                                        Coaching the Lift Truck Operator #1014 ...................29
    Protection in the Home-Care Setting #767 ........... 12                   Color of Safety #116 ..................................................29
 Bloodborne Pathogens:                                                        Communicating PSM to Workers #307 .....................48
    What Would you Do? #1017 .................................. 13
                                                                              Competent Person & Soils Testing #334 ..................24
 Bomb Threat Strategy #749 ......................................21
                                                                              Comprehensive Emergency Planning
 Breathe Easy:                                                                  for First Responders #472 G ................................21
    A Respiratory Protection Program
    English #446 Spanish #447 G ............43, 46, 49, 59                    Compressed Air Safety #1222 .................................. 14
 Breathing Yourself to Death #32 ...............................49            Compressed Gases #1147 ........................................ 14
 Bright Arc: A Guide to Powerline Safety #618 .......... 47                   Confined Space Emergency Rescue:
                                                                                Prepared for Success #357 .................................. 14
 Building Evacuation #748 ..........................................21
                                                                              Confined Space Entry #149 ...................................... 14
     C                                                                        Confined Space Entry #315 ...................................... 14
                                                                              Confined Space Entry
 Can You Hear Me? #602...........................................59             English #884 Spanish #885 ............................ 14, 60
 Capacitaciún de Seguridad en Español para                                    Confined Space Hazards #70 ................................... 14
   la Industria de Viveros en Oregon #491 G ...........59
                                                                              Confined Space Rescue & Hotwork #252 ................ 14
 Care and Use of APRs #290 .....................................49
                                                                              Confined Space Safety #614..................................... 14
 Carpal Tunnel #715 ...................................................22
                                                                              Confined Space Safety #93 ...................................... 14
 Carpal Tunnel Syndrome in Industry #201................22
                                                                              Confined Space Ventilation #709 ............................. 15
 Caught in Time #336 .................................................25
                                                                              Confined Spaces: Entry by Permit #349 ................... 15
 Causes & Prevention of Industrial
   Skin Disease #45 ..................................................52      Confined Spaces:
                                                                                Painting Industry (Slides) #444 G ................... 15, 43
 Caution: Foundry at Work
   English #1046 Spanish #1047 ........................30, 59                 Conflict Communication Skills #393 .........................55
 Cave In! Trenching and Shoring Safely #1166 ..........24                     Conocimientos y Precauciones
                                                                                con el Asbestos #835 ...........................................60
 Chain of Care: Early CPR #688 ................................26
                                                                              Construction Electrical Safety:
 Chainsaw Maintenance & Safety #687 ..................... 13                    Current Control #1246..................................... 15, 20
 Chainsaw Safety: Short Cut to Disaster I & II                                Construction Electricians #181.................................. 15
   English #1070 Spanish #1071 .........................13, 60
                                                                              Construction Hazard Communication #213 .............. 15
 Changes to the Respiratory
   Protection Standard #793 .....................................49           Construction Safety in the High Technology Industry
                                                                                #401 ...................................................................... 15
 Chasing the Sun/Siguiendo el Sol
   English/Spanish #381 .................................6, 46, 60            Construction Safety Kit #267 .................................... 15
 Chemical Burns in Russian #883 ..............................65              Container Labeling #265 ...........................................31
 Chemical Control Room #1053 .................................33              Containing Leaks in Pressurized Cylinders
                                                                                #831 ......................................................................32
 Chemical Hazard Identification
   & Training #23 .......................................................33   Contractor Safety #631 ............................................. 15
 Chemical Hazards #679......................................33, 39            Contractor Safety: Building a Partnership #309 ....... 15
 Chemical Safety #190 ...............................................33       Control the Field: Jobsite Safety Inspections #338 .. 15
 Chemical Safety: Your Right to Know #673 .............. 31                   Controlling Hazardous Noise on
                                                                                Construction Jobsites #1145 G .............................44

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                                                                                                                                         Index by title
Controlling Infectious Aerosols:                                                 Driver Daily Maintenance of
   Minimizing Equipment-Related Hazards #49 .......39                               Light Vehicles #183 ............................................... 18
Controlling Infectious Aerosols:                                                 Drivers Alert: Over-the-Counter &
   Operation of Laminar-Flow                                                        Prescription Medicines #1000 .............................. 18
   Biological Safety Cabinets #51 .............................39                Drowsy Driving: Shattered Lives #1001 .................... 18
Controlling Infectious Aerosols:                                                 Drug Lab Waste & Your Health #1097 ......................32
   Precautions in Microbiology #50 ..........................39
                                                                                 Drugs & Driving #138 ................................................ 18
Controlling the Load:
                                                                                 Drunk Driving Examined #276 .................................. 18
   Crane Rigging Safety #620 .................................. 16
                                                                                 Dual Protection: Spray Finishing #1041 ....................52
Conveyor Safety in the Workplace #1248 ................. 31
CPWR:                                                                               E
   Drywall Dust Engineering Controls #814 .............. 15
Crane Safety Awareness for                                                       Ear Protection Overview #187 ..................................44
   Site Superintendents #325 ................................... 16              Earthquake Safety #1062 ..........................................22
Crane-Hoist Operator Training #178 ......................... 16                  Easy Ergonomics for Caregivers #1169 ..............22, 35
Cranes, Conveyors & Hoists:                                                      Effective Health and Safety Committees #43 ...........50
   Raising the Standard #845 ............................. 16, 50                Effective Prevention Strategies
Craning with Confidence #237 .................................. 17                   for Cumulative Trauma #286.................................22
Crisis Kit #312 .............................................................8   Electric Meter Training #373 .....................................20
C-Stop Safety Program #1010 .................................. 15                Electrical Circular Handsaws #71 .............................53
Cylinder & Gas Apparatus Safety #203 .................... 14                     Electrical Equipment Hazards #1067 ........................20
                                                                                 Electrical Hazards & Trees
   D                                                                                English #1024 Spanish #1057 .............................. 47
Dairy Safety: Now More Than Ever #418 G ................6                        Electrical High Voltage:
                                                                                    Know the Hazards #1134 .....................................20
Dancing Alone #652....................................................8
                                                                                 Electrical Industry Ergonomics #1173 .................20, 23
Danger Zone: Your Back #130 .................................. 11
                                                                                 Electrical Lines:
Danger Zone: Your Hands #129 ................................44
                                                                                    Care & Maintenance of Tools and PPE #98 .........20
Deadly Dust I and II #1220 ..........................................6
                                                                                 Electrical Safety & Asbestos Abatement #182 ............8
Dealing With Chemical Safety #702..........................33
                                                                                 Electrical Safety in the Laboratory #889 ...................39
Dealing With Conflict #376 .......................................55
                                                                                 Electrical Safety Training #221 .................................21
Dealing With Manual Handling #774 ......................... 11
                                                                                 Electrical Safety: Qualified Employees #724 ............20
Dealing With the Department
                                                                                 Electrical Safety: Safe Work Practices #722 .............20
   English/Spanish #881 .......................................8, 60
                                                                                 Electrical Safety:
Defensive Driving for Delivery Vans #833 ................ 18
                                                                                    The Hazards of Electricity #723............................20
Defensive Driving Tactics #158 ................................. 18
                                                                                 Electrical Safety
Dental Office Hazard Communication #224 ............. 31                             English #173 Spanish #691 ............................20, 60
Digging Dangers X: Deadly Surprises #1032............24                          Electrical Shock Hazards #1065 ...............................21
Diking, Diverting and Retaining Spills #829 ..............32                     Elements of Fall Protection #848 ..............................25
Distracted Driver:                                                               Emergencies in the Making #157 .............................. 18
   A Lesson in Road Sense #1056 ........................... 18
                                                                                 Emergency Action Plan:
Distracted Driving: At What Cost? #1211 .................. 18                       Crisis under Control #1103 ..................................22
Domestic Violence                                                                Emergency Evacuation:
   and the Workplace #1146 .....................................55                  Getting out Alive #1025 ........................................22
Don’t Bet Your Life on Unsafe Acts #1206 ..................8                     Emergency Instructions:
Don’t Blow It: Asbestos #61 ........................................7               Commercial Trucking #771 ...................................25
Dose Makes the Poison #113 ....................................33                Emergency Response for the
Drive for Life: Defensive Driving #821....................... 18                    Research Lab #1118 .............................................39
Drive for Life: Driver Attitude #820 ............................ 18             Employee Safety in Retail #653 ................................49
Drive for Life: Emergency Situations #819 ................ 18                    EPA Worker Protection Standards
                                                                                    for Orchard Workers
Drive to Be the Best #663 ......................................... 18              English/Spanish #464 .....................................46, 60


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 EPA Worker Protection                                                              Fire Prevention & Safety
   Standards for Pesticide Handlers                                                    English #699 Spanish #706 ............................26, 61
   English/Spanish #465 .....................................46, 60                 Fire Safety in Health-Care Facilities #228 ................35
 Equipo de Proteccion Personal #1036 ......................60                       Fire Service: Infection Control #226 .........................26
 Ergonomic Programs That Work #1176 ....................23                          Firearm Safety on Stage #763 ..................................43
 Ergonomics #288 ......................................................23           Firefighter Training S130 G
 Ergonomics for Supervisors #199 .............................23                       English #1242 Spanish #1243.........................26, 61
 Ergonomics in Agriculture:                                                         First Aid for Schools #690.........................................26
   Working Smarter . . . Not Harder                                                 First Aid on the Job #634 ..........................................26
   English #480 Spanish #481 G ..........................6, 60                      First on the Scene #191 ............................................32
 Ergonomics:                                                                        First Responders:
   Preventing Musculoskeletal Injuries #389 ............23                             Bloodborne Pathogens Training #671 .................. 13
 Ergonomics: VDTs #211 ............................................23               First Step to Danger (Stairways) #873 ......................65
 Ergonomics: Your Body at Work #251 .....................23                         Five Steps to Ladder Safety #1214 ...........................40
 ETO: Ethylene Oxide #55 .........................................33                Flagger #58 ...............................................................26
 Evacuation of Medical Facilities #264 .......................35                    Flammable Liquids #738 ...........................................33
 Evaluation of Ear Protection #15 ...............................44                 Flammables & Explosives
 Every Time I Look at My Hand #1196 .......................44                          in the Laboratory #891 ..........................................39
 Eye Protection #360 ..................................................44           Fleet Shop Safety and
 Eye Safety #135 ........................................................44            Hazardous Materials #1217 ............................32, 44
 Eye Safety #255 ........................................................44         Food Safety’s in Your Hands #794 ............................27
                                                                                    Food Service: Sanitation & Safety #235 ...................27
     F                                                                              Foot Safety #243 .......................................................44
 Facility Security #1108 .............................................22            For your Protection: The OSHA Regulations
 Facts About Fire #253 ...............................................25               on Bloodborne Pathogens #324 ........................... 13
 Fall Prevention for Home Health Care #855 .............35                          Fork Lift Safety Program #88 ....................................29
 Fall Protection in the Construction Industry                                       Forklift Handling:
    #385 ......................................................................25      Safety in Dangerous Situations #1016 ..................29
 Fall Protection Systems #772 ...................................25                 Forklift Operator Training & Safety #808 ..................29
 Fall Protection                                                                    Forklift Safe Driving #611 ..........................................29
    Spanish #1019 ......................................................60          Forklift Safety #1080 .................................................29
 Faller Safety #1144 .............................................. 27, 42          Forklift Safety #802 ...................................................29
 Falling #172 ...............................................................27     Forklift Safety for Construction #1031 .......................29
 Falling & Bucking #104..............................................27             Forklift Safety Training #146 .....................................29
 Falls in the Workplace #1043 ....................................38                Forklift Safety: Refueling Procedures #1115 .............29
 Feller Buncher Operations #812 ...............................28                   Forklift Safety:
 Fields of Vision:                                                                     The Responsible Operator #356 ..........................29
    Work Safely Around Lift Trucks #824 ...................29                       Forklift Training Series #609 .....................................30
 Fighting Back Pain #222 ........................................... 11             Forklift Training
 Final Factor #159 ...................................................... 18           English/Spanish #390 .....................................30, 61
 Fire Awareness #1020 ..............................................25              Forklift Update:
                                                                                       Training for Experienced Operators #1223 ...........30
 Fire Extinguisher 2000 #1123 ...................................25
                                                                                    Forklift Walk-Behinds
 Fire Extinguishers                                                                    English #612 Spanish #1012 ...........................30, 61
    English #698 Spanish #697 ............................25, 60
                                                                                    Forklift-Pedestrian Safety ..........................................29
 Fire Extinguishers #718 ............................................25
                                                                                    Formaldehyde: OSHA Lab Standard #395 ...............33
 Fire Extinguishers: The ABCs #365..........................25
                                                                                    Freewayphobia I & II #161 ......................................... 18
 Fire Extinguishing: Fight or Flight? #141 ...................26
                                                                                    Fundamentals of Overhead
 Fire in the Workplace                                                                 Crane Safety #1153 .............................................. 17
    English #657 Spanish #659 ............................26, 61
                                                                                    Future is in Your Hands:
 Fire in the Workplace #773 .......................................26                  Hand & Finger Safety #1096.................................44
 Fire Power #863 ........................................................26

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                                                                             Hazardous Waste Series #1044 ...............................34
   G
                                                                             Hazards Analysis &
Getting the Facts: Accident Investigation #78.............5                    the Emergency Plan #69 ......................................34
Getting Your Back Into It #870 ..................................65          Hazards of Diving in Delta P
Goin’ Through the Motions #210 ...............................23               Work Environments #1181 .................................... 17
Goin’ Through the Motions                                                    Hazards of Gas Welding #1040 ................................56
  (supervisor’s version) #209 ..................................23           Hazards of Substance Abuse #277 ..........................52
Goofy’s Office Safety Championships #204 .............43                      Hazards of Underwater Burning #1182 ..................... 17
Grain Elevator Safety Orientation #1198 .....................6               Hazcom: What You Don’t Know
Greenhouse Pesticide Safety Training #384 ..............6                      Can Hurt You #1087 .............................................31
Greenhouse Pesticide Safety Training                                         Hazmat: Incident Command System #828 ...............32
  for Workers & Handlers #384 ...............................46              HAZOP: A Team in Action #308..........................34, 48
Grinding #726 ......................................................42, 53   HAZWOPER Annual Retraining
Grinding Wheel Safety #30 .................................42, 54              Package #862 .......................................................34
Ground Skidding Safety #263 ...................................27            Head Protection #254 ...............................................44
Groundskeeping Safety:                                                       Health & Safety Training for the
  Dealing with Bugs & Critters #1125 ............... 38, 41                    Painting Environment #410 G ...............................43
                                                                             Health Hazards #703 ................................................33
   H                                                                         Hear for a Lifetime #205 ...........................................44
Hand & Power Tool Safety                                                     Hearing Conservation #64 ........................................45
  English #262 Spanish #1055 ..........................54, 61                Hearing Conservation for
Hand Hygiene for Hands that Care #1189 ................35                      At-Risk Workers #405 G .......................................45
Hand Safety #247......................................................44     Hearing Conservation:
                                                                               A Sound Choice #316 ...........................................45
Hand Safety #363 .....................................................44
                                                                             Hearing Protection: A Sound Practice #359 .............45
Hand Safety #734 .....................................................44
                                                                             Hearing Protection: It Makes Sense #685 ................45
Hand Safety #865 .....................................................65
                                                                             Hearing Safety #291 .................................................61
Handling Structural Steel #1133 ................................ 15
                                                                             Hearing Safety #735 .................................................45
Hangman #215 ..........................................................61
                                                                             Hearsafe #601...........................................................61
Hazard Alert: Laboratory Spills #11 ..........................40
                                                                             Heat Stress #737.......................................................36
Hazard Alert: Office Safety #619 ..............................43
                                                                             Heat Stress #1192 .....................................................36
Hazard Communication #14 ......................................61
                                                                             Heat Stress #1237 .....................................................36
Hazard Communication #28 ..................................... 31
                                                                             Heat Stress
Hazard Communication Course
                                                                               English #268 Spanish #296 ............................ 37, 61
  for Shop Ironworkers #452 G ................................ 15
                                                                             Heat Stress
Hazard Communication in Spanish:
                                                                               English #754 Spanish #755 ........................... 37, 61
  Programa para la Communicacion
  de Riesgos #651 ...................................................61      Heat Stress: Don’t Lose Your Cool #1193 .................36
Hazard Communication in the Workplace #398 ....... 31                        Heavy Equipment Operations
                                                                               English #636 Spanish #638............................ 37, 61
Hazard Communication Standard
  for Construction #326 ........................................... 16       Heightened Awareness:
                                                                               Fall Protection in the
Hazard Communication:
                                                                               Construction Industry #854 ..................................25
  What’s It All About? #29 ....................................... 31
                                                                             High-Impact Electrical Safety
Hazard Communication:
                                                                               English # 1148 Spanish #1157 ...................21, 37, 61
  You Need to Know #682 ................................. 31, 35
                                                                             High-Impact Welding Safety
Hazard Recognition in
                                                                               English #1158, Spanish #1160 ..............................56
  Pulp & Paper Mills #245 .......................................28
                                                                             High-Risk Rescue (Confined Space) #1218 .............65
Hazard Recognition Program
  for Employees #355 ..............................................21        HIV in the Research Laboratory:
                                                                               Controlling your Risks #661 ............................ 13, 40
Hazard Recognition:
  Out of the Ordinary #1095 ....................................32           HIV/AIDS:
                                                                               What Caregivers Need to Know #1204................. 13
Hazardous Waste Operations &
  Emergency Response #175 .................................34                Home Health Safety Orientation #766 ......................35


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 Home Health-Care Violence:                                                          It’s a Noisy World
   Be Smart, Be Safe #768 .......................................35                      English #1111, Spanish #1112 .........................45, 62
 Home Weatherization #1033 .....................................61                   It’s Not Up to Me! #1168 ..............................................8
 Hot Work Permit #742 ...............................................38              It’s Still Up To You #131 ............................................45
 Hot-Work Permits #628 .............................................38               It’s Your Back: Don’t Break It:
 Housekeeping #717...................................................38                  Back Safety for Home Care Workers #765 ...........35
 Housekeeping & Teamwork in Industry                                                    J
   English #1131 Spanish #1132 .........................38, 61
 Housekeeping and Teamwork                                                           Job Safety Analysis #10 ............................................39
   in Industry #1249 ............................................ 31, 38             Job Safety Analysis #782 ..........................................39
 How to Conduct Worker Protection Training/                                          Job Safety Analysis #1121 ........................................39
   Train the Trainer #352 ...........................................46              Job Safety Analysis: Pro-Active Planning #1245 ......39
 How to Help Someone                                                                 Jobsite Hazards #640 ............................................... 16
   Who Uses a Wheelchair #787 ..............................35
                                                                                     Just the Facts: Accident Investigations #340..............5
 How to Investigate an Accident #669 .........................5
 How to Investigate an Industrial Accident #44 ............5                            K
 Hydraulic Systems Safety #122 ................................37
                                                                                     Keeping Your Mind on the Job #9 ...............................8
 Hydrofluoric Acid #867 ..............................................34
                                                                                     Kevin Bailey Story #1085 ............................................8
 Hypothermia:
   Cold Weather Protection #759 ..............................57                     KHAZ Talk Radio #1185 ............................................31
                                                                                     Kids Talk Farm Safety Stuff #318 ..........................6, 57
     I                                                                               Kitchen & Canteen Safety #233 ................................27
 I Felt Comfortable #654 ..............................................8             Kitchen Safety ... It’s Up to You! #368 ......................27
 Incident Safety Officer: A Training Program                                          Kitchen Safety:
      for Fire Departments #827 ....................................22                  Preventing Falls, Burns, Machine Injuries #809 ...27
 Incidents Involving Fuel Tank Trucks #832 ...............32                         Knife Safety in the Workplace #1184 ........................39
 Indoor Air Quality #144 .............................................49             Knives & Boxcutters #807 .........................................39
 Indoor Air Quality for Schools #707 ..........................49                       L
 Indoor Cranes: Safe Lifting Operations
      #1130 ................................................................... 17   La Seguridad en el Techado
 Industrial Ergonomics #200 ......................................23                   Spanish #1175.......................................................63
 Industrial Ergonomics #796 ......................................62                 Labels & Other Forms of Warning #705 ................... 31
 Industrial Fire Hazards #229 .....................................26                Laboratory Ergonomics #890 ...................................40
 Industrial Fire Prevention #1225 ...............................26                  Laboratory Hazards:
                                                                                       Their Recognition and Control #492 G .................40
 Industrial Housekeeping #1098.................................38
                                                                                     Ladder Safety #1215 .................................................40
 Inspecting Cylinders for Commercial
      Motor Vehicle Inspections #1224 ......................... 14                   Ladder Safety #650...................................................40
 Inspection, Care & Storage of Slings #791 ............... 17                        Ladder Safety in Construction #813 ..........................62
 Insurance in Oregon                                                                 Ladders #72 ..............................................................40
      English/Spanish #882 .......................................8, 62              Landscape Maintenance #394.................................. 41
 Introduction to Dance Medicine #762 .......................44                       Landscape Power Tools #1050 ................................. 41
 Introduction to Process                                                             Landscape Safety: Power Hand Tools #196 ............. 41
      Safety Management #310 .....................................48                 Laser Safety #630 ..................................................... 41
 Introduction to Safety: Office Safety #1226 ..............43                         Latex Allergy: Stop the Reaction! #778 ..................... 41
 Introduction to Sawmills #171 .............................28, 57                   Laying the Groundwork:
 Introduction to Transmission                                                          Concrete Construction Safety
      & Distribution Systems #371.................................48                   English #1209 Spanish #1210 ............................... 16
 Invisible Handicap #1 ................................................45            Lead Safety #333 ......................................................34
 Irrigation Safety #672 ................................................39           Lead Safety Training #692 ........................................34
 Is It Worth Your Life? #322..................................49, 55                 Leadership Skills for Safety #1100 ............................53
 It’ll Never Happen to Me #128 ................................... 18                Lend Me Your Ears #483 G ......................................45


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Lift Truck Training Program #786 ..............................30              Mechanical Lifting Devices #751 ..............................35
Lifting and Carrying                                                           Medical Lifting #101 ..................................................35
   English #711 Spanish #757 ............................. 11, 62              Mentally III Youth: Prevention of Assault
Lifting Equipment #212 .............................................37            (4 CD-ROMs) #409 G ...........................................55
Lifting it Right #391 ................................................... 19   Metal Working Safety #861 .......................................42
Load & Lift:                                                                   Miles House Story:
   A Guide to Agricultural Lift Truck Safety                                      Angels on the Highway #622 ................................ 19
   English #467 Spanish #468 G ........................30, 62                  Mine Safety & You #795 ............................................43
Loader Operations #811 ............................................28          Miner Mike Saves the Day #1026..............................43
Loading Docks #1190 ................................................30         Minimizing Back Strain #8 ......................................... 11
Lockout Tragedy #1122 .............................................42          Missing in Action #260 ................................................9
Lockout/Tagout                                                                 Mobile Crane Safety #18 ........................................... 17
   English #284 Spanish #295 ............................ 41, 62
                                                                               Mobile Cranes #745 .................................................. 17
Lockout/Tagout #153................................................. 41
                                                                               Moving a Patient from Bed to Chair #750 .................35
Lockout/Tagout Procedures #725 ............................. 41
                                                                               Moving a Patient from Bed to Trolley #753 ...............35
Lockout/Tagout: When Everyone Knows
   English #776 Spanish #849 ...........................42, 62                 Moving a Patient in a Bed #752 ................................35
Log Hauling Safety #844...........................................28           MSDS #729 ...............................................................42
Log Landing & Log Yard Operations #810 ................28                      MSDS for Health Care:
                                                                                  Read It Before You Need It #681 ..........................35
Log Safety Awareness #843 .....................................28
                                                                               MSDS: Don’t Be a Dinosaur #40 ...............................42
Logging Safety for New Employees #1018 ...............28
                                                                               MSDS: Information You Can Use #646.....................42
Logging Truck Safety #102........................................28
                                                                               MSDS: Read It Before You Need It #358 .................43
Logging: Clearing Techniques #168..........................28
Logging: Motor Manual Methods #169 .....................28                        N
Long Span Trusses #1089 ........................................ 16
                                                                               Needlestick Prevention:
Los Equipos de Proteccion Personal #1039 .............62                         Five Steps to Safety #895..................................... 13
Lost Youth: Four Stories of Injured Workers                                    Needlestick Prevention:
   (edited version) #1221...................................5, 9, 57             Stick to Safety #1202 ............................................ 13
Lost Youth: Four Stories of Injured Young                                      New Hantavirus #800................................................31
   Workers #1159 ..............................................5, 9, 57
                                                                               Night Driving Tactics #1110 ....................................... 19
Low Power Lasers: Be Aware
                                                                               Nipping #721 .............................................................42
   of the Hazards #701.............................................. 41
                                                                               No Exceptions #258 ..............................................9, 53
Lugar Seguro Para Sus Niños
   A Safe Place for Your Children                                              No Injury, No Accident? #856 .....................................9
   Spanish #1177 ......................................................63      Noise-Induced Hearing Loss:
                                                                                 No Second Chance #1086 ....................................45
   M                                                                           Non-Complying Employers
Machine Guarding Equipment and                                                   English/Spanish #1034 .....................................9, 62
  Machine Guarding #625 .......................................42
                                                                                  O
Machine Hazard Awareness #242 ............................42
Machine Shop Safety #126 .................................42, 54               Office Ergonomics #202 ...........................................23
Machinery and Machine Safeguarding #1199                                       Office Ergonomics
  English, #1195 Spanish ..................................42, 62                English #656 Spanish #660............................23, 62
Magic Circles of Defensive Driving #142................... 19                  Office Ergonomics Task Analysis #696 ....................23
Make Winter Driving Safer #109 ............................... 19              Office Ergonomics:
                                                                                 Putting It All Together #713 ...................................23
Mammalian Cell Culture Hazards #1117 ...................40
                                                                               Office Safety #329 ....................................................43
Man/Machine Safeguarding:
  Principles & Practices #728 ..................................42             Office Safety Saves #1093 ........................................43
Managing Cumulative Trauma Injuries #287 .............23                       Office Safety: It’s a Jungle in There #197 .................43
Material Handling Safety #700 ..................................34             On Solid Ground:
                                                                                 Plan for Safe Excavation & Trenching #621 .........24
Mechanical Aids for the
  Construction Industry #214 ............................. 16, 37              On Your Own #240.................................................... 51

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 Once Too Many (Confined Space Entry) #864 .........65                      Pesticide Training for
 One Breath Away: Hydrogen Sulfide #893 ...............65                      Agricultural Employees #392 ................................ 47
 One Too Many #351 .................................................. 16   Physical Hazards #704 .............................................34
 Operator in Control:                                                      Piecing It Together: Accident Investigation
   Driving a Forklift Safely #839................................30           & Root Cause Analysis #746 ..................................5
 Orbital Hand Sanders: New Control #1045...............54                  Pipe Handling #639................................................... 47
 Orchard Tractor Safety                                                    Planned Workplace Inspections #241 .......................32
   English #440 Spanish #442 G ....................6, 54, 62               Planning for Disaster: Earthquakes #632 .................22
 Order Stacker Safety                                                      Planning for Disaster: Floods #633 ...........................22
   English #1006 Spanish #1011 .........................30, 62             Planning for Disaster: Lightning #798 .......................22
 Oregon Manufactured Housing Safety                                        Play It Smart, Play It Safe:
   Training System #484 G ....................................... 16          Working with Insulation
 Oregon Pesticide Safety Guide                                                English #1091 Spanish #1092 ........................38, 63
   English #474 Spanish #475 G .........................46, 62             Plugging & Patching Drums #830 .............................33
 Oregon School Bus Inspection #95 .......................... 19            Pole Climbing Techniques #1073 ..............................25
 OSHA Hazard Communication                                                 Pole Top Rescue #148 .............................................. 47
   Standard for the Printing Industry #279 ................48
                                                                           Pole Topping Safety #1060 ....................................... 47
 OSHA Lab Standard #266 ..................................34, 40
                                                                           Powder-Actuated Fastening Tools #836 ...................54
 OSHA Record Keeping #1099 ..................................48
                                                                           Power & Hand Tool Safety #136 ...............................54
 OSHA Recordables #731 ..........................................48
                                                                           Power and Space:
 Ounce of Prevention                                                          The Ten Foot Circle of Safety
   Module One #432 Module Two #434 G ................54                       English #615 Spanish #616 ............................ 47, 63
 Over & Over Again #257 .............................................9     Power Fastening Safety & You #1079 .......................54
 Overhead Crane & Sling Safety #714 ....................... 17             Power Line Hazard Awareness #1035 ...................... 47
 Overhead Crane Safety #154.................................... 17         PPE Hazard Assessment #1239 .........................32, 45
 Oxyacetylene Safety #1082 ...................................... 14       Practical Accident Investigation Series #1052 ............5
 Oxy-Fuel Safety #166................................................ 14   Practicing Safe Science #1119 ..................................40
     P                                                                     Preferred Workers & Vocational Rehabilitation
                                                                              English/Spanish #878 .......................................9, 63
 Paint Products &                                                          Preventing Battery Accidents #1081 ......................... 11
   Your Nervous System #66 ..............................34, 43            Preventing Hantavirus Disease #801 ........................ 31
 Personal Fall Protection #319 ...................................25       Preventing Motor Vehicle Collisions:
 Personal Protection                                                          It All Rides On You #1205 ..................................... 19
   English #642 Spanish #637 ..................................63          Preventing Musculoskeletal Disorders: A Dental
 Personal Protective Equipment #1236 .....................45                  Hygiene Ergonomics Curriculum #460 G .............23
 Personal Protective Equipment:                                            Preventing Occupational Illness:
   The Danger Zone                                                            Pulp & Paper Industry #476 G ..............................28
   English #369 Spanish #1039 ..........................45, 63             Preventing Road Rage:
 Personal Protective Equipment:                                               Anger Management for Drivers #1126 ..................50
   The Race to Safety #668 ......................................45        Preventing Violence in the Workplace #382 .............55
 Personal Protective Equipment:                                            Preventing Workplace Violence
   You’re Covered                                                             in the Construction Industry #488................... 16, 55
   English #361 Spanish #1036 .........................45, 63
                                                                           Prevention is Proactive #408 G ..........................35, 55
 Personal Responsibility for Safety #1083 ...................9
                                                                           Private Horror, Public Issue:
 Pesticide Handlers & the Worker                                              On-the-Job Assault #354......................................56
   Protection Standard
   English #380 Spanish #383 ............................46, 63            Proactive Safety Attitudes: Target Zero! #684 ............9
 Pesticide Safety:                                                         Process Hazards Analysis #306 ...............................48
   Help Workers Protect Themselves                                         Process Safety Management:
   English #600 Spanish #608............................46, 63                Solving the Puzzle #302 .......................................48
 Pesticide Safety: Worker Protection                                       Professional Tree Care Safety #37 ........................... 41
   English/Spanish #323 ..................................... 47, 63       Professional’s Guide to
                                                                              Lawn Mower Safety #1048 ................................... 41

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Protecting Workers in Auto Body Shops #1042 ........52                       Rules of the Game:
                                                                               Employee Safety Orientation for the
Protecting Your Feet #362 ........................................45
                                                                               Construction Industry #341................................... 16
Protecting Your Hearing in a
  Noisy World #143 ..................................................45         S
Protecting Yourself from Pesticide Hazards
  in the Workplace                                                           Safe & Effective Grinding #785 .................................42
  English/Spanish #1051 ................................... 47, 63           Safe Driving #664 ..................................................... 19
Protective Equipment #896 .......................................65          Safe Dump-Truck Operation:
Protective Equipment in                                                        What you Need to Know #1028 ............................37
  Electrical Maintenance #1069......................... 21, 45               Safe Erection of Open-Web Steel Joist and
                                                                               Joist Girders #1137 ............................................... 16
   R                                                                         Safe Erection of Open-Web Steel Joists and
                                                                               Joist Girders Spanish #1141 .................................63
Radiation Safety #823 ...............................................48
                                                                             Safe Handling of Gases #777 ................................... 14
Radiation Safety for Health Care #797 ...............35, 48
                                                                             Safe Handling of Phosphoric Acid #1113 ..................34
Radio-Controlled Crane Safety #59 .......................... 17
                                                                             Safe Lift Truck Operation #868 .................................30
Rapid Intervention Teams #1107 ...............................22
                                                                             Safe Logging Near Overhead Power Lines #670......28
Recognition, Evaluation,
  and Control of Hazards #775 ................................32             Safe Operation of Chainsaws #784 .......................... 13
Recognizing Alcohol & Drug Abuse #1187 ...............53                     Safe Operation of Directional Boring
                                                                               Tracking Equipment #1004 ...................................24
Record keeping: True to Form #1101 ........................48
                                                                             Safe Operation of Overhead Cranes #649 ............... 17
Rediscover the Safety Belt #151 ............................... 19
                                                                             Safe Patient Handling in Health Care:
Remember Charlie #1219 .....................................9, 26
                                                                               Applied Ergonomics for Nurses and
Repair Technician: Safe Practices #676 ...................37                   Health Care Workers and Patient
Respect Electricity #1165 ..........................................21         Orientation #1212 G .................................. 11, 24, 36
Respirators: Air Purifying #147 ..................................49         Safe Practices in Electrical Maintenance #1068 .......21
Respirators: Atmosphere Supplying #2 ....................49                  Safe Storage of Explosives #769 ..............................25
Respirators: Breathing Easy #603 ............................63              Safe Use of Chain Saws #103................................... 13
Respirators: Your TB Defense #1038..................35, 49                   Safe Use of Hand Trucks, Dollies
Respiratory Protection #490 G..................................49              and Pallet Jacks #282 ...........................................54
Respiratory Protection #815 .....................................49          Safe Winter Driving #888 .......................................... 19
Respiratory Protection:                                                      Safely Controlling the Power of the
  A Breath of Fresh Air #1015 ..................................49             Backhoe/Loader #643 ..........................................37
Retire the Lone Ranger #261 ......................................9          Safely Controlling the Power of the
                                                                               Crawler/Excavator #645 .......................................37
Returning the Injured Worker to the Job #826 ............9
                                                                             Safely Controlling the Power of the
Rigging Geometry &                                                             Wheel Loader #644 ..............................................37
  Case Study Workshop #81 ................................... 17
                                                                             Safety & Health Factors in
Right Moves:                                                                   Welding & Cutting #348 ........................................38
   Ergonomics in the Workplace #764 .....................23
                                                                             Safety & Health Hazards in Grain Elevators #17 ........7
Right-of-Way Mowing Safety #675 ............................ 41
                                                                             Safety & Health Tool Kit for the
Right-to-know #730 ...................................................32       Fruit Tree Industry #412 G ......................................7
Risk Assessment for Industry #1074 .........................32               Safety & the Human Factor #799 ................................9
Risk Takers #1124 .......................................................9   Safety & the Young Worker #160 ..............................57
Road Crew Safety #1027 ..........................................26          Safety Attitude #716 ....................................................9
Road Rage #858 .......................................................50     Safety Awareness: It’s Up To You!
Road Rage: How to Protect Yourself #1007..............50                       English #850 Spanish #851 ............................50, 63
Roller Compactor #678 .............................................37        Safety Cable System #281 ........................................25
Roofing Safety for Residential Construction                                   Safety Committee Basics for the
  English #1037 Spanish #1175 ...............................50                Wood Products Industry #404 G ....................50, 57
Roofing: Setting up a Jobsite Safely #852 ................50                  Safety Committee Workshop #283 ........................... 51



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 Safety Committee:                                                              Shop Safety: Welding #73 .........................................56
   Problem or Solution? #666 ................................... 51             Skid Steer Loader Safety #1003 ...............................28
 Safety Committees for Schools #1172 ...................... 51                  Slings & Rigging Hardware Inspection,
 Safety First with Chlorine #79 ...................................34              Maintenance & Application #82 ............................ 17
 Safety First: Pictograms for the                                               Slippin’ & Slidin’: Fall Prevention #892 ......................65
   Food Processing Plant                                                        Slips, Trips, and Falls #719 .......................................38
   English #414 Spanish #416 G ......................... 27, 63
                                                                                Slips, Trips, and Falls:
 Safety Flagging #635 ................................................27           Service Industry Version #1180 ............................38
 Safety Guidelines for Tube & Clamp System                                      SMACNA Safety Manual #456 G ........................ 16, 52
   Scaffolds #114....................................................... 51
                                                                                Smartlift #428 ............................................................ 11
 Safety in the Chemistry Lab #62 ...............................40
                                                                                Soft Tissue Injuries in the
 Safety in the Fruit Packing Plant                                                 Grocery Retail Industry #478 G ............................49
   English #436 Spanish #438 G ........................ 27, 64
                                                                                Space Driving Tactics #163....................................... 19
 Safety in Tree-Length Logging #105 .........................28
                                                                                Spills #740 .................................................................33
 Safety Matters #887 ..................................................36
                                                                                Split Seconds, Split Lives #1084 .................................9
 Safety on the Job: Forklift Safety Operation
                                                                                Springfield: Lessons Learned #1009 ........................30
   English #249 Spanish #353 ............................30, 64
                                                                                Stairways and Ladders #321 ....................................40
 Safety on the Job: Slips, Trips & Falls #31 ................38
                                                                                START Series: Supervisor Training in
 Safety Orientation #744............................................. 51
                                                                                   Accident Reduction Techniques #1106 .................53
 Safety Orientation for
                                                                                Static Electricity #1022 ..............................................52
   Construction Contractors #232 ............................. 16
                                                                                Stay in the Cage and Stay Alive:
 Safety Orientation for Employees
                                                                                   Forklift Safety #1244 .............................................30
   English #303 Spanish #234 ............................ 51, 64
                                                                                Staying a Step Ahead #364 ........................................9
 Safety Orientation for Long-Term Care #1029 .........36
                                                                                Stress Mess #125................................................ 10, 52
 Safety Teams #743 .................................................... 51
                                                                                Stress of Change #470 G ......................................9, 52
 Safety Unit Meeting Kit #227 .................................... 51
                                                                                Substance Abuse: Employee’s Role #100 ................53
 Safety Watch: Ladder Safety #1216 ..........................40
                                                                                Substance Abuse: The Supervisor’s Role #97 .........53
 Safety Zapp! #627.....................................................53
                                                                                Substations and Switchyards #372 ...........................48
 Safety: The Bottom Line #342 ..................................53
                                                                                Suicide Missions: Timber! #1064 ..............................28
 Sanitation Safety #217 .............................................. 51
                                                                                Summer Safety #25 ............................................ 37, 38
 Save Your Breath: Silicosis Awareness
   on the Construction Site                                                     Supervising Safety #195 ...........................................53
   English #486 Spanish #487 G ........................52, 64                   Supervisor #1194 ......................................................53
 Saving Sight #7 .........................................................45    Survival First Aid #220 ..............................................26
 Scaffold Safety: From The Ground Up #853 ...... 50, 51                         Systems for Success Strategies for
 Scaffolding #216 ....................................................... 51       Maximum Efficiency #837..................................... 41
 Scaffolds #180 .......................................................... 51      T
 Scaffolds: General Requirements #818 .................... 51
 Scaffolds: Safety at All Levels #1030 ........................ 51              Tackling Productivity in
                                                                                  Mechanized Logging #331 ...................................28
 Seat Belt Safety #610................................................ 19
                                                                                Take Electricity Seriously:
 Seconds to Live #145 ................................................ 19         Changing Attitudes #1164 .....................................21
 See for Yourself: Eye Protection #1094 ....................46                  Take Electricity Seriously:
 Seguridad en el Uso de las Herramientas                                          Developing Awareness #1163...............................21
   de Mano y de Potencia #1055 ..............................64                 Taming the Winter Road #1161 ................................. 19
 Selection & Use of PPE #239 ...................................46              Targeting Violence in the Workplace #469 G ...........56
 Service Worker Safety Training:                                                Tarp Smart:
   Occupational Violent Crimes #424 G....................56                       Protect Your Load ... and Yourself #454 G ...........53
 Servicing Multi-Piece Rims #1143............................. 19               TB Respiratory Protection:
 Setting the Standard:                                                            Administrator’s Review #1104 ...............................36
   An Overview of Heli-Logging #780 .......................28                   Telling Employees About Chemical Hazards #39 .....32
 Shedding Some Light on                                                         Temporary Grounding Seminar #76 ..........................21
   Pesticide Protection #327 ..................................... 47

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Testing Buildings for Asbestos Hazards #54 ..............8                      Violence in the Workplace:
That’s Why You Wear a Hardhat #1186 ....................46                         Communication Skills for Retailers #473 ........50, 56
That’s Why You Wear Eye Protection #1208 ............46                         Virology #48 ..............................................................40
There’s No Magic to Safety #898 ..............................65                Visual Perception in Driving:
                                                                                   Eye Habits #108 .................................................... 19
Thermal Burns #736..................................................26
Think Forklift:                                                                    W
   Methods & Hazards of Operation #838 ................30
                                                                                Warehouse Safety #667............................................31
Thinking Twice Can Save Your Life #1233 ................ 10
                                                                                Warehouse Safety: Heads Up #1247 .................. 30, 31
TIG Welding #860 .....................................................56
                                                                                Warning Blast #894 ...................................................65
Toxic Chemical & Hazardous Waste Reduction
   Training for Small Business #402 G ...............33, 34                     Watch That Dog! #458 G .......................................... 18
Toxics #739 ...............................................................34   Watch your Load (Cargo Storage) #874....................65
Tractor Accidents #274..............................................54          Waterskiing on Four Wheels #112............................. 19
Tractor Safety Begins with You #1049 ......................54                   Welding Safely:
                                                                                  The Way the Pros Do It #693 ...............................56
Tractor Safety is No Accident #140 ...........................54
                                                                                Welding Safety #741 ..................................................57
Traffic Control thru Work Zones #805 .......................27
                                                                                What Goes Up Must Come Down:
Traffic Safety #665 .................................................... 19
                                                                                  Demolition Safety #1191 ....................................... 16
Train the Trainer #727 ......................................... 51, 53
                                                                                What Hearing Loss Sounds Like #834......................46
Transferring Older Students with
                                                                                What-If Game #259 ................................................... 10
   Physical Disabilities #1059 ...................................36
                                                                                Wheat Farming Safety:
Transferring Younger Students with
                                                                                  Getting Down to Business #426 G..........................7
   Physical Disabilities #1058 ...................................36
                                                                                When Fire Strikes:
Trench Cave-in Rescue #12 ......................................24
                                                                                  Commercial Kitchen Employees #694 .................26
Trench Shoring & Shields #270 ................................24
                                                                                When Lightning Strikes #806 ....................................22
Trenching & Excavation Safety #1088 ......................24
                                                                                When Someone Appeals
Tripod Orchard Ladder Safety
                                                                                English/Spanish #879 ......................................... 10, 64
   English/Spanish #177 .....................................40, 64
                                                                                When Teenagers Drive #3 ........................................ 19
Tuberculosis Awareness #641 ..................................36
                                                                                Who Works for Injured Workers?
Tuberculosis: OSHA/CDC Guidelines for
   First Responders #374..........................................36            English/Spanish #877 ......................................... 10, 64
Tunneling Safety #346 ..............................................24          Who’s Going Home Tonight? #41..............................28
                                                                                Why a 3-Man Crew? #1183 ....................................... 17
   U                                                                            Why Start a Safety Culture? #1023 ...........................53
Ultimate Driving Challenge                                                      Winning the Race:
   English #781 Spanish #1008 .......................... 19, 64                   Managing Health-Care Stress #1188 ..............36, 52
Underground Safety: Personal Protection                                         Winning Ticket:
   English #642 Spanish #637 ..................................24                 Housekeeping on the Job Site #347 .....................38
Understanding Cumulative Trauma #285 .................24                        Winter Driving #822 ..................................................20
Understanding the Working Back #56 ...................... 11                    Winter Driving #871...................................................65
Unstable Machine:                                                               Winter Driving for Truck Drivers #1162 ......................20
   The Nature of a Forklift #840 ................................30             Winter Driving Tactics #35 ........................................20
                                                                                Winter Falling:
   V                                                                              Kick-Backs & Safe Use of Chainsaws #107.......... 13
Van & Truck Driving #164 .......................................... 19          Winter Safety #1078 ..................................................57
VDT Safety #311 .......................................................24       Winter Walking #1136................................................57
Ventilation #236 ........................................................50     Wire Rope #80 .......................................................... 17
Vibration Syndrome #16 ............................................55           Wood Products Ergonomics #1174 G ................. 24, 57
Video Display Terminals:                                                        Wood Products Worker:
   The Battle for Comfort #710..................................24                Safety & Health Training Project #406 G ..............57
Violence in the Workplace #386 ...............................56                Woodworking Shop Safety #207 .........................55, 57
                                                                                Work Area Protection #74 .........................................27

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 Work Place Stress                                                                Workplace Safety Curriculum
  English #617 Spanish #658 ...................... 10, 52, 64                      for Oregon Grades 9-10 #407 G ...........................57
 Work Smart, Be Safe: An Orientation to Long Term                                 Workplace Stress #330 ....................................... 10, 52
  Care Safety #1207 ................................................36            Workplace Traffic Safety #482 G ..............................20
 Work Technique Limbing #167 ..................................28                 Workplace Violence:
 Work Zone Safety for Roadway Maintenance                                          Customer Service & Field Service #792 ...............56
  Operations #846 ...................................................27           Workplace Violence:
 Worker Protection Standards:                                                      Dealing with a National Epidemic #788 ................56
  An Overview #332 ................................................ 47            Workplace Violence:
 Worker’s Exposed                                                                  Perpetrator Profiles: Warning Signs #789.............56
  English #420 Spanish #422 G ........................ 13, 64                     Workplace Violence:
 Working Outdoors:                                                                 The Role of Law Enforcement #790 .....................56
  Mosquitoes and Ticks #1197....................... 7, 38, 41                     Workplace Violence:
 Working Safely with                                                               Training for Hourly Employees #1135 ...................56
  Portable Industrial Grinders #1090 .......................54
 Working with Difficult People #377 ...........................56
                                                                                     X, Y
 Working with Display Screen Equipment                                            X-Ray Diffraction Hazards #1116 ..............................40
  #674 ......................................................................24   Young Drivers:
 Working with Lathes #816 ...................................42, 54                 The High-Risk Years #1072 ............................20, 58
 Working with Oregon OSHA                                                         Your Right to Know #115 .....................................32, 33
  English/Spanish #880 ..................................... 10, 64               Your Work: Keepin’ It Safe #803 ...............................58
 Working with Wind-Thrown Trees #170 .....................28                      Youth Safety in the Workplace #489 G .....................58
 Workplace Hazard Perception Challenge
  English #1170 Spanish #1171 .........................32, 64




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       Index of distributors, producers, and suppliers
AA Foundation .......................................(202) 638-5944           Disney (Walt) Media ................................(312) 940-1260
AB Chance Co. .......................................(573) 682-8414           Disney Educational Productions ............ (800) 295-5010
AFL-CIO ................................................. (202) 637-5000      Dowelanco Corn......................................(317) 337-3000
Agricultural Communications ................. (405) 744-3727                  Dwight Hughes Nursery ......................... (319) 396-7038
Aims Media ............................................ (800) 367-2467        Educational Resources .......................... (803) 731-0871
Alabama Cooperative Extension ...........(334) 844-5690                       Educational Resources Inc. ...................(800) 333-8822
Altschul Group United Learning ............. (800) 421-2363                   Emergency Film Group .......................... (617) 782-0999
American Hospital Association .............. (312) 422-3000                   EPA: Video Division ................................(800) 882-1120
American Medical Association ............... (312) 464-5000                   Equipment Manufacturers Institute ......... (312) 321-1470
American Nurseryman Publishing ......... (312) 782-5505                       ERI .......................................................... (800) 311-1143
American Trucking Association (ATA) .... (800) 282-5463                       Evergreen Safety Council ...................... (800) 521-0778
American Welding Society .....................(800) 443-9353                  Farm Employers Labor Service ............. (800) 753-9073
Associated General Contractors .............(703) 548-3118                    Federal OSHA/USDOL ...........................(847) 297-4810
Associated Oregon Loggers (AOL) ........ (503) 364-1330                       Federated Rural Electric
Aurora Pictures ......................................(800) 346-9487              Insurance ...........................................(800) 356-8360
Automotive Lift Institute .......................... (407) 722-9993           Fire Prevention ....................................... (617) 965-4444
BBP .........................................................(312) 940-1260   Fire Protection Publications ...................(800) 654-4055
Business Advantage ..............................(800) 305-9004               Florists Mutual Insurance ........................(800) 851-7740
Business Training Systems ....................(609) 439-9600                  George Washington University .............. (202) 994-1000
California Chamber of                                                         Graphic Arts Tech Foundation ................ (412) 621-6941
   Commerce ......................................... (916) 444-6670          Hascom Inc. ........................................... (503) 697-3881
Capital Communications ........................ (800) 822-5678                Healing Arts Communications ............... (888) 846-7008
Capitol City Video ...................................(503) 371-7044          Health & Hygiene ELB ............................(919) 967-2228
Caterpillar Inc. ........................................ (309) 675-1000      Husqvarna .............................................. (708) 773-2777
Center To Protect Worker Rights ........... (301) 578-8500                    Icon Training Materials ...........................(800) 609-0479
Centers For Disease Control ..................(800) 311-3435                  IIHS Film Dept. ........................................ (703) 247-1500
Charthouse.............................................. (800) 811-5217       Institute of Makers of Explosives ........... (202) 429-9280
Chemical Manufacturers Association ..... (202) 887-1100                       International Association of
CIMA .......................................................(414) 272-0943        Heat Insulators ................................... (713) 473-6228
Cisco Safety ........................................... (425) 488-6508       International Road Federation................ (202) 371-5544
CLMI ....................................................... (612) 533-2767   Irwin Siegel Agency Inc.......................... (800) 622-8272
Coastal Video/Healthtrain .......................(800) 767-7703               ISANTA ................................................... (708) 482-8138
Construction Industry Institute ................ (512) 471-8155               ITS/Primemedia Workplace Learning .... (800) 756-1096
Construction Safety Council...................(708) 449-0200                  J I Case Co.............................................. (414) 636-7486
Consumers Energy of Michigan ............. (800) 477-5050                     J J Keller................................................. (800) 327-6868
Coremedia .............................................. (800) 537-8352       Kantola Productions ................................(415) 346-2428
Coronet ................................................... (800) 221-1274    KN Productions ...................................... (877) 773-4698
Corvision Media ......................................(708) 537-3100          Long Island/Training Network ................(800) 390-8283
Crime Prevention Resources ................. (800) 867-0016                   Manocherian Foundation ....................... (212) 837-4860
CRM Films.............................................. (800) 421-0833        Media Group Ltd ....................................(800) 253-9239
Damon Inc. ..............................................(913) 341-2258       Media Resources ................................... (800) 666-0106
Dartnell ................................................... (800) 621-5463   Media Resources (Ray Jewell) ...............(805) 568-1184
DCBS/OR-OSHA .................................. (503) 378-3272                Merck & Co. ........................................... (908) 423-1000
Deere & Company .................................. (612) 887-6353             Michigan State University
                                                                                  Extension Service ............................... (616) 467-5511
DET Norske Veritas (DNV) ....................(800) 486-4524
                                                                              Mosby Consumer Health ....................... (503) 690-9181
Digital Ranch/History Channel ................(818) 817-9690



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Index of distributors, producers, and suppliers
 NAIMA ....................................................(703) 684-0084     Safety Shorts..........................................(800) 458-2236
 National Educational Media                                                   Safety Source .........................................(800) 358-4428
    Network .............................................. (510) 465-6885     Safetycare ..............................................(800) 323-6638
 National Arborist Association ................. (800) 733-2622               Savant .................................................... (800) 472-8268
 National Audiovisual Center ....................(301) 763-1891               Scaffold Industry Association..................(818) 782-2012
 National Erectors Association (NEA) ..... (703) 524-3336                     Schmersal Safety Interlock .................... (914) 769-5006
 National Fire Protection Association ......(800) 344-3555                    SEI ...........................................................(800) 217-2338
 National Loss Control Service ...............(800) 323-9585                  Source Finders, Inc. ............................... (609) 772-2355
 National Migrant Resource Program ......(512) 328-7682                       Spectrum Films Inc. ................................(619) 434-6191
 National Park Service ............................(202) 208-6843             Stage Rigging Inc. .................................. (650) 595-2716
 National Resource Safety Center...........(800) 468-4296                     Steel Joist Institute ................................. (843) 626-1995
 National Safety Council ...........................(312) 527-4800            Summit ...................................................(800) 842-0466
 NEMI ......................................................(800) 458-6525    Theatre Arts Video Library ................... (619) 632-6355
 NESTT/UFA Ventures .............................(877) 375-7451               UCLA/LOSH ......................................... (310) 794-5964
 Network of Employers/Traffic Safety ...... (202) 452-6005                     Underground Contractors
 New York Department of Labor ...............(212) 352-6132                      Association ...................................... (847) 299-6930
 NIOSH-TV .............................................. (513) 533-8261       Underground Focus Magazine .............. (715) 635-7975
 NRCA ..................................................... (847) 299-9070    United Training Media .......................... (800) 558-9015
 NTIS .......................................................(800) 553-6847   University of Arizona ............................. (520) 621-2211
 NUS Training Corp. ................................ (800) 338-1505           University of California: IPM ..................(530) 752-7691
 O’DONNEL Organization ....................... (800) 731-4499                 UPIU ..................................................... (615) 834-8590
 ODOT: Highway Division ........................ (503) 378-2626               US Crane & Hoist Inc. .......................... (503) 682-5881
 Ohio State University ..............................(614) 292-8157           USDOT ................................................. (202) 366-4000
 OR-OSHA In-House Collection .............. (800) 922-2689                    Utah Department of Transportation ......(801) 538-1000
 Oregon Dept. of Education .................... (503) 378-3569                Vantage Training Technologies ............ (877) 743-3200
 Oregon Restaurant Association ............. (800) 462-0619                   Verizon Communications ......................(972) 507-5000
 OSU Extension Service ..........................(541) 737-3991               Video Communications .........................(877) 889-1934
 OSU: Forestry Media Center.................. (503) 737-4702                  Video Training Resource Inc. ............... (800) 828-8190
 Parker Productions ................................. (800) 227-2463          Video Training Source .......................... (800) 779-7201
 Phoenix Safety Management ................. (800) 783-0796                   Vista Training Inc. ................................. (800) 942-2886
 Portland General Electric (PGE) ............(503) 736-5404                   Visucom Productions ........................... (800) 222-4002
 Primemedia Workplace Learning ........... (800) 624-2272                     VOCAM ................................................ (888) 388-6226
 Pyramid Media ....................................... (800) 421-2304         Vocational Media Association ............... (800) 431-1242
 RAMIC Productions ...............................(800) 854-0223              WESTCOM Creative Group ..................(541) 484-4314
 RM Distributors ...................................... (800) 224-8784        Weyerhauser .........................................(425) 467-0357
 RMI Media Productions Inc. ................... (800) 745-5480                Wire Rope & Rigging Consultants ........(360) 225-1100
 Safety Advantage LLC ............................(713) 977-5690              WISHA/AV Library ................................ (360) 902-5453




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    Salem Central Office                     Salem                                Consultation: (541) 388-6068
    350 Winter St. NE, Rm. 430              1340 Tandem Ave. NE, Ste. 160        Medford
    Salem, OR 97301-3882                    Salem, OR 97303                      1840 Barnett Rd., Ste. D
    Phone: (503) 378-3272                   (503) 378-3274                       Medford, OR 97504-8250
                                            Consultation: (503) 373-7819         (541) 776-6030
    Toll-free: (800) 922-2689                                                    Consultation: (541) 776-6016
                                            Eugene
    Fax: (503) 947-7461                     1140 Willagillespie, Ste. 42         Pendleton
    en Español: (800) 843-8086              Eugene, OR 97401-2101                721 SE Third St., Ste. 306
    Web site: www.orosha.org                (541) 686-7562                       Pendleton, OR 97801-3056
                                            Consultation: (541) 686-7913         (541) 276-9175
                                                                                 Consultation: (541) 276-2353
                                     OR-OSHA AV Library
                              Troubleshooting Guide
The following suggestions may be helpful if you have problems with videos from the OR-OSHA AV
Library. If problems persist, contact the OR-OSHA AV librarian immediately. Never try to repair a
damaged video.

          Problem                   Possible Causes                         Possible solutions
• Picture is snowy.           • Video is worn.                   • Clean VCR heads according to
                                                                   manufacturer’s instructions.
• Sound quality is poor.      • VCR heads need cleaning.
                                                                 • Report video condition to AV librarian.
                              • Video needs cleaning.
• Picture is snowy, with      • Simple wear to video.            • Clean VCR heads according to
  several white horizontal                                         manufacturer’s instructions.
                              • VCR heads need cleaning,
  streaks across the TV
                                or are over-clean.               • Play video at normal speed one
  screen.
                                                                   time through. (This often solves the
                              • Video needs cleaning.              problem.)
                                                                 • Report video condition to AV librarian.
• Picture is snowy, with      • Tracking is adjusted             • Adjust tracking.
  pronounced white streak       incorrectly.
                                                                   Note: Some VCRs feature automatic
  across screen.
                              • Vertical hold in TV is             tracking. This can be a drawback, since
• Picture jumps or rolls.       adjusted incorrectly.              the range of adjustment available is
                                                                   usually fairly limited. Try the video on a
                                                                   machine with manual tracking.
• Picture or sound            • Connections are not firm.         • Make sure cables connecting VCR and
  “warbles,” losing                                                TV are connected firmly.
                              • VCR is running too hot.
  horizontal hold.
                                                                 • Check that nothing is on top of the
• Picture is washed out,                                           VCR and that ventilation around it is
  with poor color or no                                            adequate.
  color.
                                                                   Note: Symptoms of running too hot
                                                                   are fairly common with TV-VCR built-
                                                                   in combinations. Try your video on
                                                                   another machine.
• Sound, but no picture.      • The channels are incorrectly     • Set channels according to
                                set on your TV, VCR, or            manufacturer’s instructions.
                                both.
• Picture and sound play at   • VCR is older, industrial type.   • Try video on a newer, standard VCR.
  high speed
• No sound, no picture.       • An attempt has been made         • Try your video in another machine.
                                to copy an encoded video.
                                                                 • Contact your AV librarian.
                              • Two VCRs are connected.
                                (This can be a problem with
                                encoded videos.)
                              • Video is damaged.
Remember: In all cases of doubt, or if problems persist, contact your OR-OSHA AV librarian.
                  Phone: (503) 947-7453          Toll-free in Oregon: (800) 922-2689
                       Oregon Occupational Safety & Health Division
                       350 Winter St. NE, Rm. 430
                       Salem, OR 97301-3882




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