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Construction

Construction work sites can be a very dangerous environment, especially to workers that are not properly trained in safe work practices.  These construction safety programs and training videos, help workers deal with safety hazards. Construction safety includes following OSHA safety standards and following the safety procedures that address ladder safety, scaffolding, trenching & shoring, fall prevention, respiratory protection and Personal Protective Equipment (PPE).

Safety Bob's Comprehensive Construction Safety Orientation
Product Code: SBCC

Construction work is very dangerous, as nearly 1,000 workers are killed and thousands of others are injured on construction job sites each year. Construction Safety Specialist Bob Synnett discusses the hazards of construction work.
A construction worker preparing for safety training orientation presented by Safety Bob Synnett
Safety Bob's Construction Safety Orientation
Product Code: COS

With over 25 years of experience as a construction safety professional, Bob Synnett is dedicated to teaching new and inexperienced workers how to stay safe on the job.
Workers in an open trench and a machine on an excavation site where OSHA safety regulations apply
Trenching & Excavation Safety: The Scott May Story
Product Code: TREX

Before you dig, there's a lot you need to know, because the risks, just like the weight of the soil, are too great to take a chance. This type of work is dangerous, with more than 100 workers killed in trench accidents each year.
Silica Employee Training
Product Code: SLCA

While silica has many valuable uses, it can also present a danger when workers are exposed to excessive amounts of crystalline silica dust.  In fact, each year there are hundreds of deaths and thousands of illnesses attributed to harmful exposures to silica dust.
Walking and Working Surfaces
Product Code: WAWS

This program discusses the three most common topics addressed in the recently-updated OSHA Regulation 29 CFR 1910 Subpart D, titled “Walking and Working Surfaces", so that viewers can make sure the surfaces on which they work or travel are safe and secure.
Walking and Working Surfaces: Comprehensive Training
Product Code: WLK

This program discusses the requirements addressed in the recently-updated OSHA Regulation 29 CFR 1910 Subpart D, titled “Walking and Working Surfaces", so that viewers can make sure the surfaces on which they work or travel are safe and secure.
A crane signal person demonstrating the hand signal for a crane operator to safely lower their load
Crane Signal Person Basic Training
Product Code: CSBT

Cranes were invented by the Greeks more than 2,000 years ago. Today, there are a wide variety of cranes found on construction sites and in industrial facilities. Communication between the crane operator and the crane signal person is an integral part of moving material and equipment.
An industrial worker using a personal fall arrest system to illustrate the proper safety procedure
Surviving the Fall: Your Personal Fall Arrest System
Product Code: FSF

Falling just a short distance can generate huge forces and cause injury, even if you don't hit the ground. The proper use of fall protection equipment reduces these forces and prevents injuries.
A worker using proper safety precautions and following safe work practices while using a ladder
Ladder Safety: A Practical Approach
Product Code: LS

This program discusses the basic precautions that will keep employees safe when using ladders. Viewers will also see the consequences of failing to follow these safe work practices.
A safety trainer explaining how to select, inspect, transport, set up and work on ladders safely
Ladder Safety
Product Code: LADD

A tragic fact is that every year 300 people are killed and 165,000 injured while using ladders. That’s about 1 death and 500 people injured per day and recent studies show those numbers are rising.
A worker suffering the life-threatening effects of a heat related illness or heat stress
Understanding & Preventing Heat - Related Illnesses
Product Code: UPHR

As the temperature rises this summer and we continue to perform our regular job duties, the potential for heat-related illnesses increases dramatically. Your employees must be vigilant in their efforts to prevent them.
A worker suffering from a heat-related illness or heat stress while working in a hot environment
Heat Stress
Product Code: HSTR

Whether you work in a hot environment or you're outside on one of those "dog days of summer", this program shows viewers how to recognize and respond to various heat-related problems.
A person attempting to walk safely on ice during winter conditions to avoid injury and stay safe
Winter Walking: Staying On Your Feet
Product Code: WWSF

By its very nature, winter walking is a seasonal safety issue and limited to several months. Yet thousands of serious injuries happen every winter. The personal and financial impacts of a wintertime injury can last throughout the year for the individual and for the employer.
Walking Safely in Icy Conditions
Product Code: WICY

In this program, EMT/Firefighter Martin Lesperance explains how and why walking on icy surfaces is dangerous as well as the proper safety precautions viewers should take when walking on snow and ice.
A worker in a cold environment attempting to stay safe and avoid the hazards of cold stress
Cold Stress: Working Safely in Cold Weather
Product Code: CLD

Anyone who works outside on a regular basis knows that at some point or another, you're going to experience cold and wet weather conditions.  These working conditions can threaten your ability to do your job safely they can have negative affects on the body even at temperatures as high as 59 degrees Fahrenheit.
A hand tool in use by a worker who is aware of potential dangers and is behaving in a safe manner
Working Safely with Hand and Power Tools
Product Code: WSHPT

Hand and power tools have become so common in the daily performance of our jobs that we often become complacent about their dangers. Use this program to emphasize the importance of having a good safety attitude and exercising good judgment while using han
Sparks from a welder that could result in a fire like many hot work operations if not done safely
Preventing Fires During Hot Work Operations
Product Code: HWO

Welding, grinding, cutting, open flame and other spark producing tools and operations are all capable of starting dangerous fires in our workplaces. This program discusses the safe work practices that should be taken to prevent such incidents and reviews the responsibilities of those workers involved in hot work tasks.
An industrial worker following the OSHA Respiratory Protection Standard and safety training
The Respiratory Protection Program: Employee Version
Product Code: RPPE

Exposure to hazardous chemicals in the form of dusts, fumes, mists and gases may cause lung damage, cancer and other serious ailments to vital organs and the central nervous system. This program shows employees how this plan works to protect them from res
A manager training workers on the respiratory protection program and OSHA regulations standard
The Respiratory Protection Program: Management Version
Product Code: RPPM

When respiratory protection is used, employers must follow the regulations laid out in OSHA's Respiratory Protection Standard, 1910.134. This program provides an overview of the employer's responsibilities and discusses key components of a proper Respirat