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Safety Training Video List - Fire Safety and General Safety Orientation

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FIRE SAFETY
10.1 “Better Safe”
Quality Line Enterprises
11:00
Overview of fire and electrical safety in a healthcare setting. Explains what equipment can be dangerous, proper evacuation procedures, and how to use a fire extinguisher.
10.2 “Fire Basics In The Workplace”
Elkins Productions
18:00
Fire safety video which gives tips on how to prevent fires. Goes over the different classes of fires, and explains how to use a fire extinguisher.
10.3 “Fire Protection/Electrical Safety”
Don Brown Productions (1989)
9:00
Basic rules of fire prevention and electrical safety. A demonstration of how to use a fire extinguisher is given.
10.4 “Plan to Get Out Alive”
WCBS-New York (1988)
40:00
A fire safety video for the home and family that shows what to expect in a fire and uses real stories to demonstrate how to survive a fire.
10.5 “Fire Extinguishers”
Summit Training
6:00
Shows classification of fire extinguishers and the type of fire for which they are suited. Demonstrates proper use and federal requirements for storage and maintenance.
10.6 “Trial by fire”
University of Southern California 1998
20:12
Dormitory fire safety and prevention is explained through
a dramatization of two roommates' discussion of a fatal
dormitory fire.
10.7 “Get Out and Stay alive”
16:08

10.8 “Ready to Respond"
University Of Maryland
12:25
 
10.9 “When Every Minute Counts…Dorm Fire Safety”
Middlebury College for United Educator's 1998 GL Grants Program

11:00

10.10 “Your Link to Fire Safety”
UNC-Chapel Hill 1997
11:00
Many fires are small and may be extinguished by the use of a proper Portable fire extinguisher. Notification to the Fire Department, sounding the alarm, and evacuation should not be delayed. Fire extinguishers are an important part of UNC's Fire Protection Program if the following conditions are met.
10.11 “Not a Moment to Spare: Day Care Fire Safety and 15.0 Prevention”
Copyright 2000 Syndistar, Inc.
15:00
Provides day-care center staff members with an overview of fire-safety procedures, including prevention, use and maintenance offire-safety equipment, and evacuation procedures.

10.12 "Using Extinguishers in Commercial Kitchens"
Spanish version NFPA's SafeWork™ 2002

20:00
Basic extinguisher training plus the specialized knowledge to safely and effectively respond to fire in commercial kitchens, including using Class K wet chemical fire extinguishers.
10.13 "Fire Extinguishers at Work"
NFPA's SafeWork™ 2002
17:00
Live-action demonstrations of different types of fires and firefighting techniques in a variety of situations to show employees what to do--and what not to do--when confronting fire. Vital information workers need to know to react fast in a crisis.
Meets OSHA 1910.157


 
LIFT TRUCK SAFETY
11.1 “Safe Lift Truck Operation”
Industrial Training, Inc. (1989)
23:00
Informative film about the dangers of a lift truck. Discusses ways to increase awareness and reduce injuries.
Topics:
• Training and operation regulations
• Characteristics of the operator and the equipment
 
GENERAL SAFETY ORIENTATION
12.1 “A Question of Safety”
Dept. of Environmental Health & Safety (1990)
21:00
Includes information on waste minimization and education, hazard communication standard (HCS), Stanford's chemical hazard communication policy, hazardous materials storage, safety training requirements, safety documentation, EH&S assistance, preventing and handling emergencies, responsibility, major disasters and the emergency operations plan.

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