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Stop Silicosis
Run Time 11:28 DOL 1938 In 1938, the US Department of Labor released this film aimed at preventing the occupational disease of silicosis. It was produced in response to the national outcry over the death of more than 500 workers at Union Carbide's Hawks Nest Tunnel project near Gauley Bridge West Virginia in the early 1930s. That overexposure to silica dust caused this deadly disease had been known for more than 100 years, but many employers ignored workplace dust control methods. Sadly, almost 70 years later, hundreds of workers each year still develop this preventable lung disease. The current OSHA exposure limit for silica dust is based on science from the mid 1960s. Most of the information and prevention measures in this film are still relevant today. Review: Classic vintage safety video. Eve though dated, much is the info is still good and can be a good kickoff to reviewing updates.
Harvey Roles I
Run Time: 13 minutes MSHA 1997 This video is a hazard recognition and first aid training video. It depicts a contractor arriving at a surface mine to do some work. The lack of proper hazard training, in addition to his preoccupation while driving, ultimately contributes to a near fatal accident. The video uses a classic contrast of a competent and incompetent response by two fellow workers to teach the proper procedures for securing an accident scene, applying first aid principles, and engaging the Emergency Medical System (EMS). Review: Good video showing surface mine hazards and response. Some info is dated but overall good for Part 46 training and other construction related training.
Harvey Roles II – A Lesson in Emergency Care
Run Time: 13:00 MSHA 1997 This video is a first aid training video featuring a review of the fundamentals of rescue techniques following an electrocution. It reviews the proper procedure for rescuing a miner who has contacted an energized circuit, and demonstrates how to administer CPR. Review: Dated material. But is good or a view showing emergency situations. Good for starting discussions.
Thank You Safety Sue
Warning: May not be HR acceptable Run Time: 7:44 DOD 1977 SAFETY SUE POINTS OUT THE DANGERS OF SWIMMING IN COLD WATER. SUDDEN IMMERSION CAN SHOCK THE BODY AND CAUSE QUICK DROWNING. A few questions: 1. How often did this sudden immersion shock happen to justify this video? 2. Did this video solve the problem? 3. Where are these woods and lake so I can go there on vacation?
Respiratory Protection in General Industry: An Overview of Hazards & OSHA's Program Requirements
Run Time: 10:02 (8:04 of actual content) OSHA Video Basic information on respiratory protection requirements.
Job Safety Analysis
Run Time: 10:36 This video provides the basics of conducting a Job Safety Analysis (JSA).
Protecting Workers: How OSHA Conducts Inspections
Run Time: 18:00 OSHA 1994 Describes the OSHA inspection process and OSHA services available to employers. Review: Good basic info about OSHA.
Chemical Hazard Information
Run Time: 17:23 (Spanish Version starts @17:24) MSHA 2002 Virtually all chemical products are labeled and have Material Safety Data Sheets (MSDSs), when they are delivered to a mine. Many products have hazardous components that can harm miners. This video is intended to train miners to understand how chemicals can enter the body (Routes of Entry). It also teaches miners the contents of chemical labels and MSDSs, as well as how to interpret the technical terms found on MSDSs. It can be shown to miners as part of your training program, explaining a critical HazCom provision. Review: Some of the information is a little dated, however the video does have humor and would be good to start off Hazard Communication training.
Aggregate Training for the Safety Impaired
Run Time: 35 Minutes This video follows two new hires through their first week on the job. Ted and Slick have not paid attention in training class and prove to be hazards to themselves as well as everyone around them. In the course of the week, they are fired from four different mines and learn the hard way what can happen if the dangers of surface mining are ignored. Slick (a crash test dummy in real life) has several very close calls before the boys realize that safety is no laughing matter. The video uses humor to present 15 different hazards, as well as safety tips on how to avoid these hazards. Review: This is a fun video good for group settings. Good for MSHA Part 46 training.
Dust The Invisible Enemy
Run Time: 14:12 (Spanish version starts at 14:21) MSHA 2000 This video describes the portion of dust generated by mining activities that causes dust-related lung disease. Respirable dust, the smallest, unseen particles, are breathed deep into the lungs.When this dust overloads the lungs’ ability to protect itself, disease can result. The sources of respirable dust generation, its composition, and control are discussed.
Conducting a Chemical Hazard Determination
Run Time: 12:17 MSHA 2002 MSHA’s HazCom requires mine operators to inventory the chemicals at their mines and determine which are hazardous. This video helps mine operators conduct that inventory by explaining HazCom and how it applies to the most common mine chemicals. The video walks the viewer through HazCom’s decision process of Chemical Hazard Determination. It can also be shown to miners as part of your training program, explaining a critical HazCom provision.
Safety On or Near the Water
Run Time: 13:30 (Spanish Version starts at 13:38) MSHA 1998 This video discusses the hazards of working on or near the water and the precautions that need to be taken to protect the workers in this situation. Review: Even though a mining video, this is also good for other industries.
Hazards and Safety Practices on Surge Piles
Run Time: 10:23 (Spanish Version starts at 10:25) MSHA 1997 his video is designed to make dozer operators, miners, and others who work on or around surge piles aware of the hazards associated with surge piles and inform them of the recommended safety practices. Review: Great video about hazards. Good for contractors who will be working near them.
Excavations: 29 CFR 1926, Subpart P
Run Time: 22:57 OSHA 1992 The program discusses the safety and health hazards associated with excavation operations, and explains safe work practices and control measures to prevent accidents, injuries, and illnesses. Review: Good basic info on trenching and excavation.
You Are My Sunshine
Run Time: 1:07:57 NIOSH 2002 The video "You Are My Sunshine" tells the story of the Sunshine Mine Disaster of 1972 through the eyes of 27 people who lived through it. The video explores what happened, what went wrong, and what were the lessons learned. The Sunshine Fire was the catalyst for the Metal/Nonmetal Health and Safety Act of 1977, which put in place the MNM regulations we currently have in this country. This video describes in vivid detail what happened during this tragic and historic event which cost the lives of 91 miners. Review: A little long for training. Good case study of mining disaster.
Respiratory Protection in Construction
Run Time: 10:31 (actual content 08:31) OSHA 2012 This video provides a brief overview and general information on respiratory hazards in construction and respiratory protection program requirements. The federal Occupational Safety and Health Administration - also called "OSHA" - and State OSHA agencies require employers to have respiratory protection programs, if their workers are required to wear respirators on the job.
Duck and Cover
Run Time: 9:14 Federal Civil Defense Administration Learn what to do during nuclear attach and watch out for the suicide bomber monkeys. Duck and Cover was a social guidance film produced in 1951 by the United States federal government's Civil Defense branch shortly after the Soviet Union began nuclear testing. Written by Raymond J. Mauer and directed by Anthony Rizzo of Archer Productions and made with the help of schoolchildren from New York City and Astoria, New York, it was shown in schools as the cornerstone of the government's "duck and cover" public awareness campaign. The movie states that nuclear war could happen at any time without warning, and U.S. citizens should keep this constantly in mind and be ever ready.
Hearing Conversation MSHA's Part 62
Run Time: 19:28 MSHA 2002 Information regarding MSHA's hearing conservation requirements. Even though designed for mine sites, also applicable for hearing conservation in other industries.
Hazard Communication for Business Professionals
Run Time: 10:31 NIOSH 1989 Designed as an introduction to hazard communications for small business managers who have now been included under the Hazard Communication Standard. The program discusses the type of information needed to meet the OSHA standard. Review: A little dated
Ladder Safety
Run Time: 13:26 WorkSafeBC Ladder Safety is a video designed to highlight the important safety procedures associated with ladder use on construction sites. The video uses classic B&W comedic film footage and computer graphic simulations to illustrate safe ladder techniques. Review: Great video showing the basics of ladder safety. In US, you may need to supplement with local regs.
Protecting Your Eyesight
Run Time: 7 Minutes Shows dramatic examples of what happens when proper eye protection is not worn and the difference between regular glasses compared to goggles stamped ANSI Z87. WA State Dept of Labor & Industries, 2003 Review: This is a great video to accent your presentation on eye protection. Works well with classroom setting.
More Dangerous Than Dynamite
Run Time"9:49 Presents an object lesson in fire safety, showing fires starting from the use of an electric iron, a lamp cord under a rug, cigar and cigarette stubs, turning a light out while in the bathtub, burning rubbish in the yard, gas burners, and using gasoline or naphtha for cleaning clothes. Review: This is a fun vintage video. It can be used as a kick off for discussion of flammable materials and dangers of home dry cleaning. It has explosions and a woman engulfed in animated flames. Remember this if video was for the Greatest Generation.
Shake Hands with Danger
Run Time: 23:07 Minutes Safety film about dangers associated with earthmoving equipment operation, showing many great simulated accidents on construction sites. CONTENT ADVISORY: May be frightening and surprising to some viewers, and contains great country-style song by a Johnny Cash-soundalike. Review: Color faded Entertaining video. Good for group.
Safety in Offices
Run Time: 9:45 Navy This is one of the few films that shows the dangers of the white-collar life. Mandated (we can guess) to grab and hold the attention of the tired war worker, this film revels in carelessness, surprise, and pratfalls. FUNNY ACCIDENT SITUATIONS AT WORK!!
Respirator Fit Testing
Run Time: 12:00 (actual content: 10:25) OSHA This video reviews the basics requirements of respirator fit testing.
Hazard Communication Standard 1926.59
Run Time: 14:11 OSHA 1993 Discusses chemical hazards in construction including materials safety data sheets, container labeling, employee training, and the requirements of the standard. OSHA Office of Training and Education, 1993 Review: Good video but dated. Will need to update with additional GHS info.
Respiratory Protection Training Requirements
Run Time: 6:20 OSHA 2012 his video provides a brief overview and general information about respiratory protection training requirements. It does not cover all of the training required under federal OSHA or State OSHA respiratory protection standards. This video can be a part of the OSHA-required respiratory protection training, which includes many topics, like how to put on and take off a respirator and how to use, clean, and maintain your respirator. Your employer must also provide you with worksite-specific training.
SLAM for Life   MSHA Risk Assessment
Run Time: 10:05 2005 MSHA employees, as well as mining personnel, face many hazards at home, in the office, and at the mine site. When accidents occur, many of them fall into these categories: lifting; slips, trips, and falls; and mounting and dismounting equipment. This training DVD will help you to recognize these types of hazards.
Voluntary Use of Respirators
Run Time: 4:05 OSHA 2013 This video is about the voluntary use of respirators in the workplace. Even though respirator use is not required in these situations, the federal Occupational Safety and Health Administration - also called "OSHA" - and State OSHA Agencies require employers to meet certain obligations for workers who voluntarily wear respirators on the job. This video discusses some of your employer's responsibilities under OSHA's respiratory protection voluntary use requirements.
Respirator Types
Run Time: 16:10 (actual content: 14:26) OSHA Basic information about different types of respirators
Counterfeit and Altered Respirators: The Importance of NIOSH Certification
Run Time: 13:25 NIOSH This video provides a brief overview and general information about counterfeit and altered respirators and the importance of making sure that a respirator is certified by the National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health, also known as NIOSH. Employers are responsible for selecting appropriate respirators for their workers, and this video will assist them in making such a selection. This information is also good for both workers and their employers to understand the potential consequences of counterfeit and altered respirators.

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