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Manufacturing and General Industry
Employee Safety Orientation
(English & Spanish) (14 min)
Required by OSHA for training all employees who are exposed to "general hazards." Includes basic requirements, electrical, mechanical, back injury prevention, fire prevention, fire protection, personal protective equipment, and more.
Hazard Communications 
(English & Spanish) (18 min.)
Required by OSHA for training employees who use chemicals/hazardous materials in the workplace. Describes material safety data sheets (MSDS), labeling requirements, and basic safety when using these materials.
Hazard Communications - Your Right to Know 
(English & Spanish) (13 min.)
Program includes chemical spills, and reinforces the information required for training employees in MSDS and basic hazard communications.
OSHA's Hazardous Energy Source(Lockout/Tagout)
(English & Spanish) (10 min) 
This is a great training tool for "affected" and "authorized" employees in lockout/tagout procedures.
Workplace Safety Inspection Checklist 
(English) (11 min.)
Overview of what workplace inspections are all about, how to complete inspection 
forms, and basics relating to unsafe conditions in any type of workplace.
SB-198 California's Safety Law 
(English & Spanish) (17 min.) 
California passed a law in January 1990 outlining new requirements and standards for safety program development and implementation. Although the law only applies to California businesses, it should be reviewed by employers in other states. It contains excellent information relating to safety program development, documentation and enforcement efforts. This law is a blueprint for things to come in every part of the nation for those companies striving to improve their safety programs. 
OSHA Recordkeeping/Insurance Paperwork 
(English) (13 min.)
Designed for administrative persons responsible for safety and insurance related reports. This video explains accident investigation, proper completion of records, as well as the procedure for hospital/clinic visits and follow up paperwork. Good program for administrative personnel, supervisors, and those persons charged with maintaining safety and training records. 
Safety Committees - The Real Story
(English) (12 min.)
With limited time by the manufacturing industry, effective safety committees may be difficult to achieve. Safety committees can become a burden rather than providing a benefit. This program deals with effective safety committees within a limited amount of time
How to Develop an Effective Safety Program 
(English) (19 min.)
Designed for supervisors and middle management. This tape explains how supervisors are the keys to any program and how to provide safety leadership in a manufacturing environment. Complete step-by-step program for successfully developing and implementing an effective safety program. These steps, when implemented, have reduced accidents and injuries by as much as 50% to 75%
Documentation of Safety Efforts
(English) (11 min.)
Instructs supervisors and employees on the importance of providing written documentation for all training efforts. Regulatory and legal agencies are now requiring written documentation to prove that training and safety efforts are being accomplished. Outlines standards and how to meet requirements. 
Facts About OSHA Inspection
(English) (16 min.)
Developed from OSHA's requirements and guidelines relating to OSHA inspections. Informs employers of how to prepare for OSHA inspections. Covers regular inspections, imminent danger situations, and the inspection process.
Employer's Right After an OSHA Inspection 
(English) (14 min.)
Explains employers' rights, responsibilities and action necessary for abatement and/or contesting citations. Good overview for management to ensure your rights are protected upon receiving an OSHA inspection and citations.
25 Most Commonly Cited OSHA Violation
(English) (9 min.)
Explains the most commonly cited violations, what the violations are and how to avoid citations for these types of violations. Excellent program for managers, supervisors, and employees to guide them in a better OSHA compliance.
OSHA's Inspection Criteria For Hazard Communications
(English) (17 min.)
OSHA has issued guidelines to compliance officers to determine effectiveness of the written hazard communication plan, training efforts, labeling, and MSDS requirements. This program explains how to develop a hazard communication program from OSHA's guidelines.
Supervisor's Guide To Accident Investigation 
(English) (12 min.)
Explains the importance of accident investigation reports and offers tips on investigation fact finding techniques. Demonstrates the incorrect manner to conduct an employee interview after an accident, and provides "human behavior" tips.
Safety Tips For New Safety Supervisors
(English) (12 min.)
Developed for the nonprofessional person assigned to coordinate a safety program. Explains fundamentals and special tips necessary to develop a safety program.
Workers' Compensation: The Injured Worker 
(English) (8 min.)
In California, every injured employee must be notified of their Workers' Compensation rights and benefits at the time of injury. This program was developed to meet statutory labor code notification requirements. Notification of rights and benefits are essential to preclude additional employer potential liability and also serves a moral responsibility to alert the employer of benefits, which often result in the less litigated workers' compensation cases.
Corporate Criminal Liabilities Act (California "Manager Go To Jail" Law)
(English) (18 min.)
On January 1, 1991, California adopted a new law setting forth penalties (fines and prison terms) for those managers, company officers, who fail to notify employees and the general public of potential hazards, not only hazards in the workplace, but products hazards and others.
Workers' Compensation Fraud
(English & Spanish) (12 min.)
This program targets all employees and explains the Workers' Compensation concept, how this program benefits both the employer and employee. Explains filing a fraudulent workers' compensation claim by an employee in any state is fraud.
Americans With Disabilities Act (ADA)
(English) (14 min.)
The Americans With Disabilities Act (ADA) was signed into law July 26, 1990. The law prohibits discrimination against qualified people with disabilities in employment, public services and transportation, public accommodations, and telecommunications. This program explains the requirements that are applicable to all states. Can be used to train management, supervisors, and employees. 
Hazard Communications - Cosmetology
(English) (13 min.)
This program includes a hazard communications manual designed to give clients working in the cosmetology industry guidelines for developing a program to meet OSHA requirements. Explains MSDS, chemical labeling, and general information to train employees in hazard communications.
Texas Workers' Compensation Commission (TWCC)
(English) (17 min.)
Explains the laws in Texas relating to the requirements of all Texas employers for protecting their employees regardless of the Workers' Compensation system used by employers. Explains the new rules and regulations, mandated safety and training programs, and more.
Dr. John Howard - 1992 Western Safety Conference
(English) (29 min.)
Videotaped live at the Western Safety Congress. Dr. Howard is Chief, Cal-OSHA. He discusses the approach and future compliance procedures under his direction. Addresses the workers' compensation problems and has some very effective messages for both management and employees relating to workplace safety.
How To Investigate An Accident
(English & Spanish) (13 min.)
Teaches supervisors the basics of accident investigation, the important points to consider when developing facts for an accident report. Goes through a scenario of an accident investigation.
Reporting For Work - Your Safety Responsibilities
(English & Spanish) (10 min.)
Designed to educate employees of their responsibilities for reporting to work in proper clothing and proper safety attitudes. General orientation to safety basics that can be used to supplement your safety orientation program for new employees, as well as awareness of experienced employees.
Lead In The Workplace
(English) (15 min.)
Employees rarely understand the dangers of lead exposure. They may have general ideas, but this program will give them the important facts regarding exposure to lead and the resulting ailments.
Loading/Unloading Trailers
(English & Spanish) (13 min.)
An excellent program which explains how to properly load and unload trailers using forklifts. Many injuries occur when performing this work due to inexperience or not understanding the proper safety procedures.
Labor / Management Safety Committees
(English) (15 min.)
This is an excellent training program for everyone in your organization regarding the proper operation of a safety committee.
The Dark Ages Of Safety (Humorous Program)
(English) (12 min.)
The "best ever" for its subtle humor and safety message. Contains black and white footage from the National Archives showing the safety efforts from the 1920s, 1930s, and 1940s. It's non-offensive, humorous, yet powerful motivation for safety education and obeying safety rules.
Injury/Illness Prevention Plan 
(English) (14 min.)
Chooses the best from a variety of industries and explains how to properly develop an effective program, as well as how to obtain enforcement of your company's rules and regulations.
What's Wrong With This Picture? (I) (Humorous Program)
(English) (16 min.)
Fresh approach to video based safety training. Students are asked to identify safety hazards in scenes from video clips. The segments are repeated with narration and graphics explaining what hazards or unsafe acts exist. This method utilizes employee participation to make the training more interesting.
What's Wrong With This Picture? (II) Forking Around (Humorous Program)
(English) (16 min.)
Another humorous video in the "What's Wrong With This Picture" series. This program is for forklift operators to enhance existing forklift training.

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