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 Library of Occupational Safety Videotapes

The Safety Office is continually researching and obtaining information relating to occupational safety. Presently, its library consists of over 400 video tapes, with more being added as they become available. These tapes, in VHS format, can be checked out by Maricopa County employees to further their safety knowledge and practice. Please contact the Safety Office for further assistance.


The primary topics are listed below. By clicking on the topic desired, you will be directed to that particular set of tapes.


Back Safety - 10 First Aid - 20
Bloodborne Pathogens - 30 Confined Space - 40
Electrical - 50 Fall Protection - 60
Ergonomics - 70 Fire Protection - 80
Personal Protective Equipment - 90 Hazardous Materials - 100
Grounds Maintenance - 200 Equipment - 300
Hazardous Energy Control - 400 Portable Tools - 500
Driving - 600 General Safety - 700
Health - 800 Behavioral - 900
Workplace - 1000 Personal Safety - 1100
SEAJ Videos - 1200
Two different subjects on one video.
Departmental Programing - 1300

 

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A series of programs with speaker notes.

 Back Safety - 10
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10-1 Back Injury Prevention
10-2 Back Safety
10-3 Back to Basics
10-4 How to Control Back Pain
10-5 Watch Your Back
10-6 Worker's Enemy Number One
10-7 Safe Lifting
10-8 Safe Lifting
10-9 Safetyman -Chapter II - Back Trouble
10-10 Back Safety: Belt Use
10-11 Safe Lifting Techniques
10-12 Safe Lifting Techniques
10-13 Lifting Safely in Construction
 First Aid - 20
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20-1 A  Basic First Aid
20-1 Basic First Aid
20-2 First Aid: Hand and Fingers
20-3 First Aid: CPR Review
20-4 The Big Chill "Hypothermia"
20-5 Heat Can Kill "Heat Stroke"
20-6 Handling The Heat "Heat Stroke"
20-7 Minor Cuts and Scratches
20-8 Strike One For Safety
20-8 B Strike One For Safety
20-9 Amputation Injuries
20-10 First Aid Kits
20-11 Head Injuries
20-12 Heat Stress
20-13 Cold Stress
20-14 Handling The Heat (July, 2001)
20-15 Stop The Bleeding (July, 2001)
20-16 A shock to the System
20-17 A Shock To The System: Post Injury Shock
20-18 All Washed Up-Eyewash Kits
20-19 Basic First Aid – Part 1
20-20 Basic first Aid – Part 2
 Bloodborne Pathogens - 30
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30-1 Bloodborne Pathogens Part 1
30-2 Bloodborne Pathogens Part 2
30-3 Bloodborne Pathogens: Post Exposure Follow-up
30-4 Bloodborne Pathogens: Protect Yourself
30-5 Medical Monitoring - How It Works
30-6 Bloodborne Pathogens Overview
30-7 Bloodborne Pathogens Overview - Spanish
30-8 Protecting Against Hepatitis B in the Workplace
30-9 Bloodborne Pathogens Overview
30-10 Bloodborne Pathogens: Protect Yourself
30-11 Bloodborne Pathogens: Post Exposure Follow-up
30-12 Bloodborne Pathogens (SmithKline)
 Confined Space - 40
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40-1 Air Monitoring - The Purpose
40-2 Confined Space: Air Monitoring
40-3 Confined Space: Using Chemicals
40-4 Entering Confined Spaces
40-5 Why Permits Are Important
40-6 Working in Confined Spaces
40-7 "Whose Job is it Anyway"
40-8 High Risk Rescue
40-9 Permit Required Confined Space
40-10 Once Too Many
40-11 Confined Spaces: Your Training
 Electrical - 50
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50-1 Electrical Hazards
50-2 Electrical Hazards: Common Mistakes
50-3 Electromagnetic Field Awareness
50-4 A Welcome Interruption - GFCI
50-5 Danger: High Voltage (July, 2001)
50-6 Electrical Burns (July, 2001)
50-7 A Shocking Experience (July, 2001)
50-8 Zap! Power Line Safety (July, 2001)
50-9 Electrical Safe Work Practices: Locking and Tagging
50-10 Tag, Your It – Lock Out/Tag Out
50-11 Zap! – Power line Safety
50-12 Electrical Safe Work Practices: Locking and Tagging
50-13 Understanding Electricity
50-14 Understanding Electricity
50-15 Electrical Hazards
50-16 Lockout tagout: Appropriate devices
50-17 Hazardous Energy Source Lockout/tagout
50-18 Basic Electrical Safety on the Job Site
50-19 Call Before You Dig Anything
 Fall Protection - 60
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60-1 Elevated Work Safety
60-2 Fall Arrest Systems
60-3 Ladder Safety
60-4 Personal Fall Protection
60-5 Safe Lifting
60-6 Slips, Trips and Falls
60-7 Work Surface Safety
60-8 Slippin' & Slidin'
60-9 Slings
60-10 Safetyman - Chapter I
60-11 Safetyman - Chapter II
60-12 Slips & Falls: Office, Retail & Public
60-13 If I CouldA Woulda Shoulda
60-14 Slips & Falls: Construction
60-15 Ladder Safety
60-16 Falls
60-17 Slippin' & Trippin'
60-18 Short Ladders (July, 2001)
60-19 Nice Trip, See Ya Next Fall (July, 2001)
60-20 Fall Protection Systems: Overview
60-21 Slips and Fall in Construction
 Ergonomics - 70
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70-1 Carpal Tunnel Syndrome
70-2 Ergonomic Tools
70-3 Ergonomics: Job Safety Analysis
70-4 Industrial Ergonomics
70-5 Basic Ergonomics
70-6 Home Ergonomics
70-7 Workstation Ergonomics Part I: Eyestrain
70-8 Workstation Ergonomics Part II: Cumulative Trauma Disorders
70-9 Repetitive Strain Injuries
70-10 Office Ergonomics
70-11 Repetitive Stress Injuries: Construction
70-12 Computers the High Tech Hazard
70-13 Repetitive Strain Injuries
 Fire Protection - 80
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80-1 Fire Extinguishers
80-2 Know Your ABC's - Fire Extinguishers (July, 2001)
80-3 Fire Hazard Recognition
80-4 Fire Prevention
80-5 Fire Safety in the Home
80-6 Fire Safety: Extinguishers
80-7 Fire Safety Review
80-8 Space Heaters
80-9 Hot Work Permit
80-10 Stay Low, Stay Alive
80-11 Fire Prevention
80-12 Fire Escape - Getting Out Alive
80-13 Hazard Alert: Fire Extinguishers
80-14 Up in Smoke (July, 2001)
80-15 Fire Extinguisher Classification
80-16 Fire Extinguisher: Safe Use
80-17 Working Around Flammables & Combustibles: Hazards
80-18 Office Safety-preventing Office Fires
80-19 Office safety-Fire Plan
80-20 Emergency Evacuation from Multi-Story Buildings
80-21 Fire Extinguishers-Safe Use
80-22 Evacuation: The Employee's Guide to Survival
80-23 Fire Extinguishers: Fight or Flight (17 Minutes)
80-24 Fire Extinguishers 2000 (19 Minutes)
 Personal Protective Equipment - 90
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90-1 Choosing the Correct Respirator
90-2 Eye Protection
90-3 Eyewash Stations and Safety Showers
90-4 Foot Protection
90-5 Hand and Finger Injuries
90-6 Hand Protection
90-7 Hand, Wrist and Finger Safety
90-8 Head Protection
90-9 Hearing Protection HCP & PPE
90-10 Introduction to Hearing Protection
90-11 PPE: Electrical
90-12 PPE: Put it On
90-13 Protective Clothing
90-14 Respirator Care and Use
90-15 Respirator Maintenance
90-16 Respirator Protection
90-17 The Complete Line of Footwear
90-18 Dress Safe
90-19 Protective Equipment
90-20 Self - Contained Respirators I
90-21 Self - Contained Respirators II
90-22 A Foot Closer to Safety
90-23 Murder On Your Hands
90-24 "Personal Protective Equipment: An Overview"
90-25 Respirator Safety
90-26 Best Foot Forward
90-27 Personal Protective Equipment: overview, Spanish
90-28 Protective Equipment Spanish
90-28 Keeping It In Focus
90-29 Flashburn
90-30 Keeping It In Focus
90-32 A Foot Closer to Safety
90-33 Now Hear This
90-34 Personal Protective Equipment Overview
90-35 Now Hear This
90-36 Your Hands at Work
90-37 Personal Protective Equipment
90-38 Personal Protective Equipment (14 min)
 Hazardous Material - 100
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100-1 Asbestos Awareness
100-2 Asbestos: Awareness Exposure
100-3 Chemical Emergency Preparedness & Procedures
100-4 Common Toxicology Terms of an MSDS
100-5 Compressed Gas Cylinders
100-6 Emergency Preparedness
100-7 Handling Hazardous Materials
100-8 Hazard Recognition
100-9 Hazardous Waste Awareness
100-10 HAZCOM: Acids and Caustics
100-11 HAZCOM: Labels and MSDS's
100-12 HAZCOM: Reducing Exposure
100-13 HAZCOM: Review
100-14 HAZCOM: Training
100-15 HAZMAT Spills: Are You Ready?
100-16 HAZWOPER
100-17 HAZWOPER: Role of the First Responder
100-18 Lead Awareness
100-19 Materials Handling and Storage
100-20 Proper Use of Compressed Air
100-21 Resource Conservation and Recovery Act
100-22 Right to Know: Workers and Community
100-23 Small Spill Cleanup
100-24 Take Home Toxic's
100-25 Exposure Analysis - Protection Clothing
100-26 HAZWOPER: Awareness Level
100-27 Waste Minimization
100-28 Change of Habit
100-29 Chemical Burns
100-30 Just Say No To Anything That Glows
100-31 Labeling
100-32 HazCom - An Overview
100-33 HazCom - An Overview - Spanish
100-34 Main Street: Hazard Communication "RTK"
100-35 Hazard Alert - Hazard Communication
100-36 HazCom - Your Right To Know (July, 2001)
100-37 Chlorine
100-38 HazCom overview Spanish
100-39 Cracking to Code: MSDS spanish
100-40 Gas Cylinders – Welding, Cutting and Brazing
100-41 Hazardous Chemicals
100-42 Working around Flammables and Combustibles: Hazards
100-43 Working around Flammables and Combustibles: Safe Handling and Use
100-44 Cracking the Code
100-45 HAZCOM: Labels
100-46 Your Toxic Trash
100-47 What's Wrong With This Picture? HazCom
100-48 Bonding and Grounding of Flammable Liquids
 Grounds Maintenance - 200
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200-1 Grounds Keeping: Lawn Mower Safety
200-2 Groundskeeper Safety: Including Pesticides
200-3 Edger/Trimmer
200-4 Power Shears
200-5 String Trimmer
200-6 Safe Use of Equipment
200-7 Landscape Tools: Use and Safety
200-8 Introduction to Tree Care Safety
200-9 Riding Mower Safety
200-10 Push Mowers
200-11 Personal Protection
200-12 On the Job Safety: Grounds Maintenance
200-13 Professional's Guide to Lawn Mower Safety
200-14 Power Hand Tools
200-15 Cutting It Short - Part I (July, 2001)
200-16 Cutting It Short - Part II (July, 2001)
200-17 Chain Saw Safety

 Equipment - 300
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300-1 Crane Operation Safety
300-2 Forklift Safety
300-3 Welding and Cutting Safety I
300-4 Welding and Cutting Safety II
300-5 Welding and Cutting
300-6 Fueling A Machine
300-7 T-L-B's Tractor - Loader - Backhoe
300-8 A Matter of Degree I - Welding
300-9 A Matter of Degree II - Welding (July, 2001)
300-10 Anatomy of A Lift - Crane Safety II (July, 2001)
300-11 A Lift To Safety
300-12 Bucket Trucks (July,2001)
300-13 Hoods Under The Hood
300-14 The Five Minute Inspection
300-15 Forklift Safety
300-16 Introduction to Powered Industrial Trucks (July, 2001)
300-17 The Signal (July, 2001)
300-18 Up, up and Aware (July,2001)
300-19 Gas Cylinders - Welding, Cutting and Brazing (July,2001)
300-23 Overhead Cranes (July, 2001)
300-24 Scaffolds: Part I - General Requirements (July, 2001)
300-25 Scaffolding Safety (July, 2001)
300-26 Powered Pallet Trucks (July, 2001)
300-27 Pallet Jacks (July, 2001)
300-28 Tractor Accidents - It's Not Gonna Happen to Me" (July, 2001)
300-29 Riding on Rolling Stock
300-30 Chain Safety Spanish
300-31 Forklift Safety Spanish
300-32 Chains and Safety
300-33 Cutting it Short part 2 – Riding Mowers
300-34 Machine Safety Guards
300-35 Bucket Trucks
300-36 Up, Up and Aware
300-37 Air Gun Safety in the Workplace
300-38 Machine Safety Guards
300-39 Cave-in! Trenching and Shoring Safety
300-40 Trenching-Shoring
300-41 Arc Welding Safety
300-42 Gas Welding Safety
300-43 Overhead Pendant Hoist Safety
 Hazardous Energy Control - 400
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400-1 Lockout/Tagout
400-2 Lockout/Tagout: The Basics
400-3 Lockout/Tagout: A Life Is On The Line
400-4 Machine Cutting, Grinding and Sanding
400-5 Machine Guarding
400-6 Machine Shop Safety
400-7 Lockout/Tagout: Just Do It
400-8 Lockout/Tagout
400-9 Machine Safety - Guards (July, 2001)
 Portable Tools - 500
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500-1 Sockets & Accessories, Wrenches
500-2 Pneumatic and Hydraulic Tools
500-3 Portable Hand Tools
500-4 Portable Power Tools
500-5 Stanley Proto: Knives, Blades, Striking & Struck Tools
500-6 Shock Hazards - Power Tools
500-7 Portable Generators
500-8 Wheelbarrows
500-9 Short Cut To Disaster I
500-10 Short Cut To Disaster II
500-11 Power Tools: General Safety (July, 2001)
500-12 Hand Tool Safety
500-13 Pumping Air (July, 2001)
500-14 The Right Tool (July, 2001)
500-15 Power Hand Tools Safety
500-16 The Right Tool
500-17 Hand and Power Tool Safety
500-18 Powder Actuated Tools
500-19 Advanced Hand and Power Tool Safety
500-20 Forklift Operator Safety
500-21 Fuel System Evaluation and Repair
500-22 Two-Cycle Troubleshooting and Repair
500-22b Two-Cycle Troubleshooting and Repair
 Driving Safety - 600
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600-1 Backing Safely
600-2 Driving Safety
600-3 Flash Flood: A Warning To Beware
600-4 Low Visibility and Driving
600-5 Modern Technology and Driving
600-6 Parking Safely
600-7 Safe Driving
600-8 Tractor Accidents - "It's Not Gonna Happen To Me"
600-9 Traffic Safety
600-10 Vehicle Safety
600-11 Speeding "Trucks"
600-12 Winter Driving
600-13 Backing Up
600-14 Pulling Trailers
600-15 Commercial Trailers
600-16 Hapless Hal's Roadside Safety
600-17 Passenger Vans/Shuttle Bus Operations I
600-18 Passenger Vans/Shuttle Bus Operations II
600-19 Dock Safety - Lift Trucks
600-20 The Moment Of Impact
600-21 Utility Vans Part I
600-22 Utility Vans Part II
600-23 Driving Defensively I
600-24 Driving Defensively II
600-25 Barricade safety - The Forbidden Zone
600-26 Deadly Detour - Barricade Safety II
600-27 Beating A Blowout
600-28 Chains and Safety
600-29 Watch Your Load
600-30 The Hidden Danger, Low Water Crossings
600-31 Street Smarts - Teen Drivers
600-32 Cellular Phones and Two - Way Radios" (July, 2001)
600-33 Road Rage (July, 2001)
600-34 Passenger Overboard (July, 2001)
600-35 Seat Belts and Air Bags (July, 2001)
600-36 Good Driving is an Attitude (July, 2001)
600-37 Car Jacks (July, 2001)
600-38 Lone Driver (July, 2001)
600-39 Night Driving (July, 2001)
600-40 Sharing The Road With Rolling Rigs (July, 2001)
600-41 City Driving
600-42 Road Rage and Aggressive Driving (20 minutes)
600-43 Driving in the Rain
600-44 Speeding Cars
600-46 Look, Listen and Live
600-47 DWI: Save a Life
600-47 A DWI: Save a Life
600-48 Watch Your Load Spanish
600-49 Watch Your Load – Unrestrained Items in Small Vehicles
600-50 Driving Defensively 1
600-51 Driving Defensively 2
600-52 Backing Up
600-53 Intersections
600-54 Cellular Phones and Two-Way Radios
600-55 City Driving
600-56 Night Lights: How Retroreflectivity Makes Roads Safer
600-57 Road Crew Safety:Safe Practices for road construction & Paving Crews
600-58 Defensive Driving for Equipment Employees
600-59 Signs and Barricades
600-60 Flagger Safety
 General Safety - 700
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700-1 Arizona Blue Stake Law "1996"
700-2 Bicycle Safety in Plants & Factories
700-3 Creating The Safety Plan, Part I
700-4 Creating The Safety Plan, Part II
700-5 Custodial Staff Safety
700-6 Employee Performed Safety Inspections
700-7 Highway Construction and Maintenance Safety
700-8 Housekeeping For Safety
700-9 Industrial Hygiene for the Safety Manager
700-10 Job Safety Analysis
700-11 Off The Job Safety
700-12 Prevention of Most Common Accidents
700-13 Recreational Safety
700-14 Safety Committee Participation
700-15 Safety Committees
700-16 Do Your Employees Understand The Importance of Safety?
700-17 The Supervisor's Role in Safety
700-18 Warehouse Safety
700-19 What the ISO Standards Mean to Safety Managers
700-20 Workers Compensation Fraud
700-21 Stash the Trash
700-22 Book'm Danno
700-23 Natural Disaster Preparedness
700-24 When Lightning Strikes
700-25 Trenching Safety I
700-26 Trenching Safety II
700-27 Home Safety; Past, Present and Future
700-28 Where are Your Hands?
700-29 There's No Magic To Safety
700-30 The Safety Mentor
700-31 How To Prepare For An OSHA Inspection
700-32 Digging Up Trouble
700-33 Danger On The Docks
700-34 Machine Safety Guarding
700-35 Three Steps To Safety
700-36 Bar-B-Q Hal
700-37 Dealing With Doggie Dangers
700-38 HazCom: Labels & MSDS's - Basic First Aid - Ladder Safety
700-39 Job Safety Analysis
700-40 Lab Safety For Non-Laboratory Personnel
700-41 Safety and The Supervisor: Positive Attitude Pays Off
700-42 Africanized Honeybee "What Arizonans Need to Know"
700-43 Hand, Wrist & Finger Safety
700-44 Worksite Safety Inspections
700-45 Machine Cutting, Grinding & Sanding
700-46 Accident Investigation - The Accident: What to Do
700-47 Blue Stake Training - "What's It Going to Cost You"
700-48 Danger: Hazardous Duty (July, 2001)
700-49 Self Interest Of Safety (July, 2001)
700-50 Near Miss (July, 2001)
700-51 Employee Responsibilities (policies, procedures, and ppe)
700-52 Job Hazard Analysis (July, 2001)
700-53 Outdoor Safety - Critters and Plants (July, 2001)
700-54 A  Egress/Exit Safety (July, 2001)
700-54 Egress/Exit Safety (July, 2001)
700-55 Gases At Home and Work (July, 2001)
700-56 Housekeeping: General Work Space (July, 2001)
700-57 High Impact Eye Safety (July, 2001)
700-58 The First Step To Danger (July, 2001)
700-59 Quality Assurance
700-60 Workplace Fatalities: Most Common Causes
700-61 Limited Spaces: Attics, Basements and Crawl Spaces
700-62 Supervisor's Safety Responsibility
700-63 Knives and Boxcutters
700-64 Falling Objects
700-65 A-OK Finger Safety
700-66 A-OK Finger Safety Spanish
700-67 Destination Safety Part II
700-68 Timing is Everything
700-69 Heimlich
700-70 Star Witness: Accident Reporting
700-71 Safety in Unfamiliar Places
700-72 3 Steps to Safety
700-73 Near Miss
700-74 Limited Spaces: Attics, Basements, Crawl Spaces
700-75 5 Steps to Ladder Safety
700-76 Good Housekeeping is Good Safety
700-77 Introduction to Safety-Warehouse
700-78 Introduction to Safety-Construction
700-79 Safety Signs
700-80 Housekeeping-General Work Space
700-81 Barricade Safety – the Forbidden Zone
700-82 Introduction to Safety: Office Safety
700-83 Slips & Falls: Construction
700-84 A Safety Story
700-85 Employee Responsibilities
700-86 Battling Fatigue
700-87 Repetitive Stress Injuries – Construction
700-88 OSHA: An Introduction
700-89 Introduction to Safety: Office Safety
700-90 Safety Awareness: Real Accidents, Real Stories
700-91 The Importance of Safety
700-92 Safety Housekeeping and Accident Prevention
700-93 Housekeeping on the Job Site
700-94 Preventing Injury Incident on the Job Site
700-95 General Industry - Top 10 OSHA Violations
700-96 Portable Grinders and Abrasive Wheels
700-97 Material Handling
700-98 Injury/Illness Prevention Plan
700-99 General Safe work Practices
700-100 What is Carelessness?
700-101 Call Before You Dig Anything
700-102 Ladder Safety
700-103 Material Handling
700-104 Accidents - "It Can't Happen to Me"
 Health - 800
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800-1 Preparing for the Cold & Flu Season
800-2 Surviving the Flu & Cold Season
800-3 Controlling High Blood Pressure
800-4 Diet for Energy
800-5 Drug Use and Abuse
800-6 Heat Stress
800-7 Personal Health & Fitness
800-8 Smoking at Work
800-9 A Heartbeat Away "Stroke"
800-10 Rx For Safety "Prescription Drugs"
800-11 Allergies and Asthma
800-12 Sorry, I Didn't Hear That
800-13 Prostate Cancer
800-14 Your Heart: An Owner's Manual
800-15 Asbestosis
800-16 Indoor air Pollution
800-17 Combating Stress
800-18 Colds & Flu (July, 2001)
800-19 The Burden of Depression (July, 2001)
800-20 Slip, Slop and Slap (July, 2001)
800-21 Headaches (July, 2001)
800-22 Heat Illness (July, 2001)
800-23 Silicosis (July, 2001)
800-24 Salmonella - The Enemy Within (July, 2001)
800-25 The Invisible Killer - Carbon Monoxide (July, 2001)
800-26 The Skin Game (July, 2001)
800-27 Diabetes
800-28 Cocaine: The Ticking Clock
800-29 Who's the Boss
800-30 Drug Addiction Intervention
800-31 Lead in Paint
800-32 Breast Cancer: Reducing the Risk
800-33 Colds and Flu Spanish
800-34 Heads Up for Safety OverHead Dangers Spanish ?category)
800-35 Hapless Hal and the Temple of Doom (Drugs)
800-36 Heat Illness
800-37 Cutting Cancer Risks
800-38 Tuberculosis: Back from the Past
800-38 Heat Stress
800-39 Bloodborne Pathogens in the Workplace for Commercial/Light Industry Facilities
800-39 Bloodborne Pathogens in the Workplace for Commercial/Light Industry Facilities Copy 2
800-40 Bloodborne Pathogens in the workplace for first Responders
 Behavioral - 900
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900-1 Coaching Safe Behavior - Part I
900-2 Coaching Safe Behavior - Part II
900-3 Conflict Resolution
900-4 Take Control Against Rape - Part I
900-5 Take Control Against Rape - Part II
900-6 Communicating With Irate Customers
900-7 Peer Pressure
900-8 Just Horsing Around
900-9 Safety Is Your Responsibility
900-10 Wheel of Misfortune/ Grave Remarks
900-11 Effective Safety Meetings
900-12 Pro-Active Safety
900-13 Peer Pressure
900-14 On Any Given Day
900-15 Employee Responsibilities
900-16 Alcoholism in the Workplace
900.16 Sexual Harassment: New Roles/New Rules
 Workplace Safety - 1000
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1000-1 Office Safety
1000-2 Stress in the Workplace (July, 2001)
1000-3 Under The Influence : Alcohol in the Workplace
1000-4 Violence in the Workplace - Part I
1000-5 Violence in the Workplace - Part II
1000-6 Violence in the Workplace Recognition
1000-7 Workplace Security
1000-8 Violence in the Workplace
1000-9 Office Safety - Personal Workspace
1000-10 Office Safety - Fire Plan
1000-11 Office Fire Prevention
1000-12 Drug Testing
1000-13 Smoking in the Workplace
1000-14 American Training Resources - Violence in the Workplace
1000-15 Sexual Harassment - Your Rights & Responsibilities (July, 2001)
1000-16 Just A Little Nip (July, 2001)
1000-17 Office Fire Prevention
1000-18 Drugs in the Workplace: The Straight Story
1000-19 Violence in the Workplace (statistics, types & approach)
1000-20 Violence in the Workplace (Causes, warning signs)
1000-21 Violence in the Workplace (Steps for Prevention)
1000-22 Violence in the Workplace (statistics, types & approach) (DVD)
1000-23 Violence in the Workplace (ATR) over view
 Personal Safety - 1100
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1100-1 Domestic Violence Awareness
1100-2 Sexual assault Awareness
1100-3 Invest in Youth for a Safe Future
1100-4 Safer Communities, Brighter Futures
1100-5 The Power of Prevention
1100-6 Violence & Mental Illness: A Community Solution
1100-7 Uniting Youth and Adults in Crime Prevention
1100-8 Missing and Exploited Children: Yesterday, Today, Tomorrow
1100-9 Telemarketing Fraud
1100-10 Are We Delivering on the Promises of Community Policing?
1100-11 Dealing with Diversity Perception vs. Reality
1100-12 Preventing Gangs: Signs, Strategies, Solutions
1100-13 Hands Up
 SEAJ Videos - 1200 - Two different subjects on one video
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1200-1Confined Space Training - HAZCOM Illiteracy
1200-2 Confined Spaces - Bloodborne Pathogens
1200-3 Construction Safety - Environment Liability
1200-4 Ergonomics - Driver Mentor Program
1200-5 HAZWOPER Awareness - Safety Attitudes in Construction
1200-6 Housekeeping - Top Electrical Mistakes
1200-7 Indoor Air - Hearing Conservation
1200-8 Interactive Training - Small Spills & Leaks
1200-9 Internet Safety Training - Machine Guarding
1200-10 ISO 14000 - Pollution Prevention
1200-11 Mechanical Power Presses - Tuberculosis
1200-12 Media Relations - Forklift Safety
1200-13 OSHA Negotiations - HAZCOM Warning Labels
1200-14 Personnel Carriers - Emergency Action Plan
1200-15 PPE Hazard Assessment - Fire Prevention
1200-16 Process Safety Management - Lockout/Tagout
1200-17 RCRA - Hard Hat Safety
1200-18 Record Keeping - Storm Water Runoff
1200-19 Safety in Puerto Rico - Working Around  Scaffolding
1200-20 Safety Incentives - Power Press Safety
1200-21 Shipping Safety - Ergonomics
1200-22 Storm water Run-Off - Hazard Communication
1200-23 TQSM - Bloodborne Pathogens
1200-24 Triage - Handheld Power Tools
1200-25 Walking and Working Surfaces - Benzene
1200-26 What's New in Multimedia Training - Driving on the Job
1200-27 Winter Safety - Office Ergonomics
1200-28 Working in the Cold - Stress Management
1200-29 Back Safety - Back Belts
1200-30 A & B Violence in the Workplace
1200-31 Ergonomics
1200-32 A & B Exposure Analysis -Protective clothing
1200-33 Pollution Prevention - Fall Protection
1200-34 A & B Fire Prevention - Flammables
1200-35 A & B Head Protection - Lab Safety
1200-36 Head Protection - Hunting Safety
 1300 Departmental Programing 
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1300-01 Machine Guarding Safety
1300-02 Respiratory Protection and Safety
1300-03 Eye Safety
1300-04 Hearing Conservation and Safety
1300-05 Fall Protection
1300-06 Lockout/Tagout: Control of Hazardous Energy
1300-07 Back Safety
 

 "Off the Shelf" - All Programs have Videos, Training Programs, Speaker Notes & Overheads Available

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Bloodborne Pathogens - Awareness
Fire Extinguishers - Fight or Flight
Head Protection
Heat Stress
Labeling of Hazardous Materials
Lockout/Tagout
Vehicle Backing-Up - Procedures
Main Street - Hazard Communication

Last updated: 14 Oct 2010, jld

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