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Arc Flash - M253E (16 mins)
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Arc Flash focuses on what arc flash is, its hazards and how employees can avoid it on the job. Electricity is so common in our homes and workplaces that we normally don’t think twice about using it. But electricity kills and injures thousands of people every year, so it’s important to understand its hazards and know how to avoid them. Electricity poses two major hazards to people who work with it. The most intense is arc flash, a violent release of electrical energy that causes severe injuries and fatalities. The second is shock, which can cause burns, internal injuries, cardiac arrest… even be fatal. Topics covered in this program include shock and how to aviod it, what arc flash is, personal protective equipment, creating an electrically safe condition, avoiding arc flash situations and more. This VOD program is one of the most effective and efficient ways to get employees the training that they need, in a classroom or individually through their desktop or tablet computer.
Carbon Monoxide - SS5063AE (12 mins)
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Carbon Monoxide…odorless, colorless, deadly, and it could be in your property. Everyone needs to be aware of this potential threat. This program address: What is carbon monoxide and why is it dangerous How carbon monoxide is generated and how it is handled in occupied spaces Symptoms of carbon monoxide poisoning Maintaining fuel-fired equipment to minimize carbon monoxide accumulation Following the recommendations outlined in this program can help you reduce the threat of carbon monoxide on you property.
Compressed Air Safety - E2131E (17 mins)
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This video stresses the importance of working safely with compressed air to prevent injuries. Featured are four workplace incidents that illustrate the fact that compressed air hazards are often not easily recognized but still can have tragic consequences. Topics include: Dangers of cleaning with compressed air How compressed air can injure the human body Use of hearing protection in noisy environments Inspection and maintenance of compressed air equipment Components of compressed air systems
Compressed Air Safety - E2131S (17 mins) Spanish
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This video stresses the importance of working safely with compressed air to prevent injuries. Featured are four workplace incidents that illustrate the fact that compressed air hazards are often not easily recognized but still can have tragic consequences. Topics include: Dangers of cleaning with compressed air How compressed air can injure the human body Use of hearing protection in noisy environments Inspection and maintenance of compressed air equipment Components of compressed air systems
Compressed Gas Cylinders - M259E (19 mins.)
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Stored compressed gases are essential components in all areas of American industry. Compressed gas cylinders hold fuel, breathable air and chemicals that can produce devastating results if they are accidentally released or leak. This program shows the viewer the types of hazards associated with the gases, how the gases are compressed and stored and how the cylinders should be handled. The viewer will also learn how to connect gas cylinders to service lines and fixtures and how to control gas leaks.
Compressed Gas Cylinders - M259S (20 mins.) Spanish
Description
Stored compressed gases are essential components in all areas of American industry. Compressed gas cylinders hold fuel, breathable air and chemicals that can produce devastating results if they are accidentally released or leak. This program shows the viewer the types of hazards associated with the gases, how the gases are compressed and stored and how the cylinders should be handled. The viewer will also learn how to connect gas cylinders to service lines and fixtures and how to control gas leaks.
Creating Safety In Welding Operations - E4760E (11 mins)
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Welders take pride in their work; after all, their welds are visible for all to see. To avoid injury, welders must also take pride in their safety and make sure safety is also visible for all to see. Every day, welders are confronted with many hazards that can cause serious injury and property damage. Hot metal, intense light, noxious fumes and heavy equipment are only a few potential dangers these employees can encounter. It is imperative that workers who weld be able to recognize all the hazards of their jobs and know how to control or eliminate them. In this program, welders are provided an overview of safety issues related to welding operations and what actions they must take to avoid injury to themselves and their co-workers.
Creating Safety In Welding Operations - E4760S SPANISH
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Welders take pride in their work; after all, their welds are visible for all to see. To avoid injury, welders must also take pride in their safety and make sure safety is also visible for all to see. Every day, welders are confronted with many hazards that can cause serious injury and property damage. Hot metal, intense light, noxious fumes and heavy equipment are only a few potential dangers these employees can encounter. It is imperative that workers who weld be able to recognize all the hazards of their jobs and know how to control or eliminate them. In this program, welders are provided an overview of safety issues related to welding operations and what actions they must take to avoid injury to themselves and their co-workers.
Electrical Safety For Non-Electricians - AP962E (10 min.)
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This video is designed to provide basic electrical safety training for employees who work around electrical equipment but aren’t qualified electricians. Featured are several injury re-enactments that illustrate the consequences of committing unsafe acts with and around electricity. Training topics of the program include electrical insulators and conductors, circuits and circuit-breaking devices, how electricity is measured, basic electrical terminology, safe work practices for work around electrical equipment, awareness of electrical hazards and responding to electrical injuries.
Handling Compressed Gas Cylinders in the Laboratory – M196E
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Handling Compressed Gas Cylinders in the Laboratory examines how gas cylinders work, the hazards that are associated with them and the need for caution when using or storing a cylinder. The energy possessed by a compressed gas cylinder can make it a virtual missile if it is not handled with the utmost care. And a leaking cylinder or fitting can lead to asphyxiation, a fire or even an explosion. Since compressed gas cylinders are frequently used in many laboratories, employees need to be familiar with the precautions that should be taken when dealing with them. Areas covered in the course include the four ways to compress gases, hazards associated with compressed gases, proper storage procedures, marking and labeling, handling cylinders safely, connections and fittings, leak detection, and more.
Industrial Cranes: Safety Is In Your Hands - SS1026H (15 min.)
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Cranes. Useful tools. Powerful tools. Tools that need to be treated with respect. Why? The reason is simple. Any mistake with a crane, even a small mistake can have serious consequences including property damage, injury or even loss of life. Knowing how to use the equipment properly and following established policies and procedures can help minimize risk. That’s what this program is all about, the basics of crane safety.
Industrial Cranes: Safety Is In Your Hands - SS1026HS (15 min.) Spanish
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Cranes. Useful tools. Powerful tools. Tools that need to be treated with respect. Why? The reason is simple. Any mistake with a crane, even a small mistake can have serious consequences including property damage, injury or even loss of life. Knowing how to use the equipment properly and following established policies and procedures can help minimize risk. That’s what this program is all about, the basics of crane safety.
Laboratory Hoods - M19008E (15 mins)
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Laboratory Hoods emphasizes how to properly use laboratory hoods and how to test them to ensure correct functioning… as well as discusses how hoods can protect an experiment, the facility, and most importantly, the employee. Many of the materials used in laboratories give off fumes, mists, vapors, particulates or aerosols which are hazardous. To minimize exposure to these materials, special precautions need to be taken. This often means working within a hood. Areas covered in the course include why laboratory hoods are needed, protections afforded by hoods, how hoods function mechanically, proper use of laboratory hoods, testing and maintenance, and more.
Lockout/Tagout - SS1036AS (14 mins) Spanish
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It is estimated that over 100 workers are seriously injured every day due to failure to properly lockout-tagout equipment. This program covers the purpose of lockout-tagout, the hazards associated with the accidental release of stored energy, proper lockout-tagout procedures for attaining zero energy state, proper startup procedures and special situations. Referred by many professionals as the best training program in the market, Lockout-Tagout creates an awareness and respect for the hazards and motivates your workers to follow best practices to prevent incidents and ensure their safety.
Lockout/Tagout Procedures – SS1036AE (14 mins)
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It is estimated that over 100 workers are seriously injured every day due to failure to properly lockout-tagout equipment. This program covers the purpose of lockout-tagout, the hazards associated with the accidental release of stored energy, proper lockout-tagout procedures for attaining zero energy state, proper startup procedures and special situations. Referred by many professionals as the best training program in the market, Lockout-Tagout creates an awareness and respect for the hazards and motivates your workers to follow best practices to prevent incidents and ensure their safety.
Machine Guarding & Conveyor Safety – SS1003HE (12 min.)
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Emphasizes that machine guarding is not foolproof and requires employee responsibility when working with machinery. The last segment of the program addresses safety concerns regarding employees who work with or near conveyor systems.
Machine Guarding & Conveyor Safety – SS1003HS (12 min.) Spanish
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Emphasizes that machine guarding is not foolproof and requires employee responsibility when working with machinery. The last segment of the program addresses safety concerns regarding employees who work with or near conveyor systems.
Machine Guarding: The Real Story - SS1027HE (13 min.) [English Only]
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We will follow the personal stories of three workers who have been affected or injured at work by breeches in machine guard safety procedures. Through each worker’s personal stories, viewers will see the possible far-reaching impact of overlooking safety procedure for even a moment. Emphasis is placed on the importance of following safe general machine guarding procedures, proper guard inspection before use, and practicing awareness while using machines.
OSHA Formaldehyde Standard – SS19004AE [English Only]
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The OSHA Formaldehyde Standard provides training that is required by this standard, and focuses on the rules and procedures that the standard establishes for working with this potentially dangerous chemical. While Formaldehyde is used in many laboratory operations, it can be a serious health hazard. The results of mishandling Formaldehyde can be serious. They can range from the short-term discomfort associated with minor burns or skin irritation… to chronic effects from a lifetime of overexposure. Areas covered in the course include potential health hazards, testing for Permissible Exposure Limits (PEL), labeling and Material Safety Data Sheets, hoods and other ventilation systems, personal protective equipment, spill clean-up and decontamination procedures, first aid, the medical surveillance plan, and more.
Preventing Fires During Hot Work Operations - E4751E
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Welding, grinding, cutting, open flame and other spark-producing tools and operations are all capable of starting dangerous fires in our workplaces. Collectively known as hot work, such processes require specific permits and procedures be followed to prevent the ignition of vapors, liquids and solids that may be in or near the work area. Careless hot work operations can quickly lead to fires, extensive property damage, severe injuries or death. This program discusses the safe work practices that should be taken to prevent such incidents and reviews the responsibilities of those workers involved in hot work tasks.
Preventing Fires During Hot Work Operations - E4751S SPANISH
Description
Welding, grinding, cutting, open flame and other spark-producing tools and operations are all capable of starting dangerous fires in our workplaces. Collectively known as hot work, such processes require specific permits and procedures be followed to prevent the ignition of vapors, liquids and solids that may be in or near the work area. Careless hot work operations can quickly lead to fires, extensive property damage, severe injuries or death. This program discusses the safe work practices that should be taken to prevent such incidents and reviews the responsibilities of those workers involved in hot work tasks.