Regents' Training Center Video Library

 

 



Academic
Hazardous Materials and Hazard Communications
Attitude
Health Care
Driving
Lab Operations
Fire and Public Safety
Landscape
Fleet Operations
Office
Food Operations
Plant Management and Service Operations
General
Supervisors

Category
Title
Comments
Time (min)
Producer
Academic Academic Aftershocks Coping with devastation
46
CA Ofc of Emerg Mgt
  Theatre: Play It Safe Theatre safety
82
Theatre Arts
Attitude Accident Causes & Prevention Unsafe acts
11
O'Donnell Org
  Accident Causes & Prevention Unsafe acts
12
Long Island
  Employee: Reducing Unsafe Acts Facts, fault, correct behavior
6
Long Island
  Employee: Safety Awareness Commitment The human face of accidents
30
Long Island
  Employee: Safety Orientation Shows many sites
5
Long Island
  Employee: What is Carelessness? Misuse of the word
4
Long Island
  Employee: Your Safety Responsibilities Regardless of where you work
9
Long Island
  Housekeeping Responsibilities In mfg/but mentions offices
5
Long Island
  Office: Reduce Unsafe Acts Prevent someone's misfortune
10
Long Island
Driving Driving: City Tactics It's a jungle out there
19
Long Island
  Driving: Highway Tactics Attitude & technique
18
Long Island
  Driving: Pro Attitudes Pro driving skills
16
Long Island
  Driving: Safe Tactics Defensive driving tools
26
Long Island
  Driving: Ultimate Challenge A test of skills
31
Long Island
Fire and Public Safety Fire: Getting Out Alive Getting ready to survive a fire
14
Long Island
  Fire: In the Workplace Mostly office settings
20
Long Island
  Fire: Prevention Responsibilities Team effort & ind. Responsibil
10
Long Island
  Fire: Public Assembly Safety Stark scenes/makes them think
13
Long Island
  First Aid for Accidents 4 priorities of first aid
17
AIMS
  Workplace Violence: First Line of Defense For supervisors & employees
30
Industrial Trng
Fleet Operations Fleet: Battery Safety Types and hazards
5
Long Island
  Fleet: Haz Mat Safety  
5
Long Island
  Fleet: Maintenance Safety For fleet professionals
6
Long Island
Food Operations Kitchen: Bus Person, Dishwasher & Janitor Hazards and ways to avoid
13
Long Island
  Kitchen: Employee Safety Orientation Awareness of general kitchen safety concerns
11
Long Island
  Kitchen Safety Commercial kitchen
13
Long Island
General Bloodborne Path: In Education Environment Secondary school setting
20
Coastal
  Fall Prevention: Avoiding Slips & Falls Why falls occur
18
Tel-A-Train
  Fall Prevention: Slips, Trips & Falls Includes carelessness
15
Long Island
  Heat Stress Process, symptoms & prevention
12
Long Island
  Lifting: Lift it Right Correct lifting techniques
11
Bureau of Bus
  Lifting: Safe Lifting Lever principle of lifting
5
Long Island
  Pinky the Cat A real life lesson on emergency planning
5
City of Tulsa
HazMat/HazCom Chemical Safety III - Fire & Explosion Good for Arts programs
20
Tel-A-Train
  Compressed Gas Cylinders Industrial uses
7
Long Island
  DOT Hazard Communication Transportation of Haz. Materials
18
Long Island
  Emergency Planning & RTK Overview of SARA
15
EPA (1990)
  Flammable Liquids Safety Flammable liquids covered
10
Long Island
  Forklifts: Propane Safety Safe use & handling
11
Long Island
  HM-126F Safe practices
J J Keller
  Handling Flammables At home, work, on the road
15
Long Island
  Haz Com: Blueprints for Safety Standard & employee training
Comprehensive
  Hazard Communication 2000 Good Overview of Standard
20
Long Island
  Haz Mat Campus Compliance Teleconf. Includes the workshop
120
Univ of Alabama
  Haz Mat Transportation: Documentation Chemists, shippers, drivers
NA
J J Keller
  Haz Mat Transportation: Labeling Chemists, shippers, drivers
NA
J J Keller
  Haz Mat Transportation: Loading/Storage Chemists, shippers, drivers
NA
J J Keller
  Haz Mat Transportation: Packaging/Marking Chemists, shippers, drivers
NA
J J Keller
  Haz Mat Transportation: Placarding Chemists, shippers, drivers
NA
J J Keller
  Haz Mat Transportation: Tables Chemists, shippers, drivers
NA
J J Keller
  Health Hazards Health hazard concepts
NA
Business Trng
  Labels & Other Warnings Covers labeling requirements
12
Business Trng
  Labs: Chemical Storage Hazards In biology labs
11
Howard Hughes
  MSDS - Information You Can Use Common characteristics
20
Business Trng
  Physical Hazards Classes of physical hazards
NA
Business Trng
  Respirator Fit Testing, Use & Care Includes manual
NA
On-Site
  Respiratory Safety Wearer responsibilities
16
Tel-A-Train
  Understanding Hazard Communication Basic elements of HazCom
NA
Business Trng
  55 Gal Drum Leaks Plug, patch & overpacking
55
On-Site
Health Care Bloodborne Path.: Health Care Annual Retrain Retraining for med ctrs
18
Long Island
Lab Operations Labs: Assessing Toxic Chemical Risks Essential part of any experiment
11
Howard Hughes
  Labs: Centrifuge Hazards Safe use of centrifuges
9
Howard Hughes
  Labs: Chemical Hazards In DNA/biology labs
10
Howard Hughes
  Labs: Compressed Gases Handling Procedures Part of ACS Lab Safety Series
19
ACS Video
  Labs: Controlling Risks/HIV HIV in experiments
28
Howard Hughes
  Labs: Emergency Response Procedures for emergencies
12
Howard Hughes
  Labs: Ergonomics Set up your work space
10
Long Island
  Labs: Glassware Washing Hazards Washing and sterilization
10
Howard Hughes
  Labs: Isn't It Worth It Lab setting
14
Fisher Sci
  Labs: Mammalian Cell Culture Hazards Risk if cell line contains infectious ag
8
Howard Hughes
  Labs: Planning for Emergencies Real case scenario, fire, spills
11
Long Island
  Labs: Practicing Safe Science For lab employees
30
Howard Hughes
  Labs: Safety Orientation Learn the safety rules
10
Long Island
  Labs: Set Two Centrifuge, Chemical, Glassware
30
Howard Hughes
  Labs: Things That Burn Part of ACS Lab Safety Series
17
ACS Video
  Labs: 28 Grams of Prevention OSHA, NSC & NIOSH
25
Fisher Sci
  OSHA Lab Standard General overview
39
unknown
  OSHA Lab Standard & Employee Compliance Some practical guidelines
17
Tel-A-Train
  Radionuclide Hazards Working with radiation
12
Howard Hughes
  X-Ray Diffraction Hazards The potential danger of the situation
9
Howard Hughes
Landscape Landscape: Chain Saw Safety General overview
13
Long Island
  Landscape: Herbicide Use Selecting & safe use
14
Long Island
  Landscape: Lawn Mower Safety Walk-behinds, rotary, reel & flail
25
Video Commun
  Landscape: Poisonous Plant Safety Recognizing & protection
7
Long Island
  Landscape: Power Tools Trimmers, chainsaws, & blowers
20
Video Commun
  Landscape: Riding Mowers Safe operating guidelines
17
Long Island
  Landscape: Safety Hazards in landscaping
17
Long Island
  Landscape: Ticks - Disease Prevention Includes tick removal
16
Long Island
  Landscape: Tree Trimming Safety Chain saws, ladders, tree felling
19
Long Island
Office Bloodborne Path: For Non-Health Care Workers Exposure happens anywhere
9
O'Donnell
  Ergonomics 2000 Includes office setting and carpal tunnel
13
Long Island
  Office: Ergonomics Includes lifting
19
Tel-A-Train
  Office: Haz Com R-T-K Good general message
9
Long Island
  Lifting: In Office Environments Proper lifting decisions
9
Long Island
  Office: Safety Orientation Develop safety awareness
15
Long Island
  Office: VDT Safety Includes ergonomic solutions
16
Long Island
  Office: VDT Safety Hazards, workstation, changes
7
Long Island
Plant Mgmt. and Service Operations Asbestos Awareness Uses, health, locations
23
Coastal
  Chlorine Safety Benefits & hazards of chlorine gas
5
Long Island
  Compressed Gases Best practices
8
Long Island
  Confined Space Entry: Final Regulation Roles and responsibilities
20
Long Island
  Confined Spaces: Working In How to do it safely
15
J J Keller
  Custodial: Bloodborne Path-Protect Yourself Cleaning blood spills
15
Long Island
  Custodial: Electric Safety Good message (health care setting)
12
Long Island
  Custodial/Maintenance Safety Orientation School setting
18
Long Island
  Custodial: Slips & Falls Includes waxes, mats, cleaning
7
Long Island
  Custodial: Supplies, Chemicals & Equipment For custodians
13
Long Island
  Electrical Safety Incl medical steps for shock
27
Tel-A-Train
  Electrical Safety Overview Basic safety rules
10
Long Island
  Electrical Standard Covers standard
15
J J Keller
  Fall Protection Fall protection plan
30
J J Keller
  Flagging/Traffic Safety Be aware of traffic
5
Long Island
  Forklift-Lift Truck OSHA requirements
60
On-Site
  Hand & Power Tool Safety Anticipate the hazards
13
Long Island
  Hand Safety Mechanical hazards
18
Tel-A-Train
  Hard Hat Safety Protect yourself
6
Long Island
  Hearing Safety Hearing protection
18
Tel-A-Train
  Hot Work Management Prevent fires from hot work operations
37
Factory Mutual
  Ladder Safety Training Details improper placement
22
JAJ Products
  Landscape: Shoveling Safety Correct use and types
6
Long Island
  Large Equipment Safety Loaders, backhoes, tractors
21
Long Island
  Lead in Construction Construction-related
30
Chicagoland
  Lockout/Tagout Safety Training Controlling hazardous energy
13
J J Keller
  Machine Guarding Covers operations
16
Tel-A-Train
  Machine Guard Responsibility Covers individual responsibilities
13
Long Island
  Machine Lockout Controlling hazardous energy
21
Tel-A-Train
  Machine Shop Safety Also good for academics
20
Tel-A-Train
  Maintenance Person Safety For mechanics & maint. crews
14
Long Island
  Material Handling Satellite conference
150
Wausau Ins
  Personal Protective Equipment Hand, foot, head, eye, ear, respirators
15
Long Island
  Personal Protective Equipment Explains types of PPE
42
On-Site
  Personal Protective Equipment Incl. maintenance & inspection
19
Tel-A-Train
  Trenching & Shoring Safety 5 feet or greater
6
Long Island
  Welding Hazards Know the hazards
5
Long Island
  Welding Safety Welding hazards
5
Long Island
Supervisors Supervisors: Accident Reporting Why investigation is necessary
12
O'Donnell
  Supervisors: Communication Skills #1/Companion to How to Communicate
8
Long Island
  Supervisors: Criminal Liabilities Short, but sweet
5
Long Island
  Supervisors: Discipline Counseling Enforce and correct behaviors
7
Long Island
  Supervisors: Effective Safety Communication Knowing employee understands
17
Tel-A-Train
  Supervisors: Handling Employee Problems Improving performance of employees
6
Long Island
  Supervisors: How to Communicate #2/Companion to Commun. Skills (#1)
5
Long Island
  Supervisors: Improving Employee Performance Acknowledging good safety
22
Tel-A-Train
  Supervisors: Inspecting for Hazards Companion to Job Hazard Analysis
21
Tel-A-Train
  Supervisors: Job Hazard Analysis Companion to Inspecting for Hazards
19
Tel-A-Train
  Supervisors: Legal Responsibilities Implement/enforce rules/programs
7
Long Island
  Supervisors: New Employee Training Rules, legal requirements/actions
6
Long Island
  Supervisors: Safety & You YOU are responsible!
25
Long Island
  Supervisors: Safety Responsibility It's up to you
7
Long Island
  Supervisors: Workers' Compensation When employee is injured
12
Tel-A-Train

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