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Arc Flash Awareness [electronic resource]

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Describes arc flashes and the circumstances that can create them. Conveys the grave dangers of arc flashes through interviews with electricians who suffered severe injuries, and emphasizes preventive measures.
Online
2007
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Miner Mike Saves the Day!, or, Ground Support -- It's Important [electronic resource]

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"Winner of the 2001 NIOSH Alice Hamilton Award for Excellence in Educational Materials, Miner Mike Saves the Day exudes both humor and wisdom. Filmed in 6 different underground locations, the video teaches the necessity and use of ground supports. The video uses actual hard rock miners to teach the video's protagonists (Jeff and Jason) the importance of ground supports underground"--Video home page.
Online
2001
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Teens [electronic resource]: The Hazards We Face in the Workplace

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Provides instructions to teenagers on how to to exercise their rights as employees to request safe workplaces, and to refuse to perform unsafe tasks. Provides referrals to federal and state agencies that serve as sources of further direction and information. Features first-person accounts of teens who were hurt on the job, and comments by Joan Parker, Director of Safety, Massachusetts Attorney General's Office.
Online
2007; 1996
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Working With Stress

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Job stress can pose a health threat to workers and the well-being of an organization. This presentation provides information about ways to manage and overcome stressful work environments.
DVDOnline
2002
Ivy (By Request)
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Violence on the Job

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(Producer) Discusses the effects of violence on safety and health, and ways to prevent and reduce violence in the workplace.
DVDOnline
2004
Ivy (By Request)
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Protecting Oil and Gas Workers From Hydrocarbon Gases and Vapors

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"Workers at oil and gas extraction sites could be exposed to hydrocarbon gases and vapors, oxygen-deficient atmospheres, and fires and explosions when they open tank hatches to manually gauge or collect fluid samples on production tanks. These exposures can have immediate health effects, including loss of consciousness and death. This video describes the hazards associated with manual gauging and fluid sampling on oil and gas production tanks and describes steps that employers and workers can take to do the work safely"--Container.
DVD
2017
Ivy (By Request)