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Hazard Communication for Janitors and Custodians

This video covers the five key areas of OSHA's Hazard Communication Standard: employee information and training, hazardous chemical inventory, Material Safety Data Sheets, labels and labeling requirements, and the written program.

1996, 10 minutes.

VHS English  
Hazard Communication: Right to Know Nursing

Here you'll learn what constitutes a physical versus a health hazard, how to label chemical containers, what information must appear on Material Safety Data Sheets, program requirements, and protection of trade secrets.

1996, 9 minutes.

VHS English  
Hazard Communication: Right to Know Nursing

Here you'll learn what constitutes a physical versus a health hazard, how to label chemical containers, what information must appear on Material Safety Data Sheets, program requirements, and protection of trade secrets.

1996, 9 minutes.

VHS Spanish  
Lab Safety: Under the Hood

This video program is designed to help employees develop safe work practices while in the laboratory and recognize common lab hazards. The program also helps employees use and understand their employer’s Chemical Hygiene Plan and the requirements of the Laboratory Safety Standard (1910.1450).

1998, 18 minutes.

VHS English  
Learn From Their Mistakes: Hazcom Case Histories

You have some hazardous materials and/or hazardous waste onsite. But if a leak takes place, would all of your employees know what to do? In this program, employees will gain stronger awareness of proper precautions as they review HAZCOM procedures, including warning labels, Material Safety Data Sheets, personal protective equipment, and emergency response.

1998, 19 minutes.

DVD English, Spanish, and Portuguese  
Hazardous Materials Incidents

This National Fire Protection Association special report shows real-life footage of hazardous material incidents.

1997, 21 minutes.

VHS English  
Hazcom: Employee Training

This program covers physical and health hazards, physical agents such as heat, cold, noise and radiation. It also covers acute and chronic effects, and routes of entry. In addition, the DVD emphasizes the importance of label information and Material Safety Data Sheets.

Year unknown, 17 minutes.

DVD English  
High Impact: Hazard Communication Training

The eight accident reenactments in this DVD show that failure to understand chemical hazards on the job can result in injuries. Training topics include reading container labels, understanding Material Safety Data Sheets, selection and use of personal protective equipment, proper storage of chemicals, health effects of exposures, routes of entry, emergency evacuation, and warning signs.

2000, 20 minutes.

DVD English  
Hazard Communication: Regulation and Risk

This title will help teach your employees the essentials of working safely with hazardous chemicals. The major topics covered include the Hazard Communication Standard, hazardous chemical inventory, material safety data sheets, labeling, employee information and training, and the written program.

2006, 20 minutes.

DVD - Kit English  
Hazard Communication: Regulation and Risk

This title will help teach your employees the essentials of working safely with hazardous chemicals. The major topics covered include the Hazard Communication Standard, hazardous chemical inventory, material safety data sheets, labeling, employee information and training, and the written program.

2006, 20 minutes.

DVD - Kit Spanish  
Hazard Communication: Your Safety Net

If your employees are working with chemicals, hazard communication is their safety net. This DVD complies with OSHA 1910.1200. It covers chemical hazards and how to control them, Material Safety Data Sheets, and warning labels.

2004, 14 minutes.

DVD English, Spanish, and Portuguese  
Hazard Communication: Elements of Safety

This look at hazard communication will familiarize workers with physical and health hazards, how exposure can occur, exposure limits, and Material Safety Data Sheets. It also covers how chemicals enter the body, personal protective equipment, and warning labels on chemical containers.

2006, 19 minutes.

DVD English, Spanish, and Portuguese  
Real, Real Life: Hazard Communication

This DVD is designed to provide information about safe work practices when working with hazardous chemicals. It covers awareness, attitude, action; Material Safety Data Sheets, and exposure limits.

2005, 20 minutes.

DVD English and Spanish  
Hazard Communication for Non-Industrial Employees

Chemicals exist in all kinds of workplaces, not just industrial settings. This DVD aims to inform non-industrial employees about appropriate safety measures when dealing with these substances. Topics include MSDS and exposure limits.

2004, 17 minutes.

DVD English and Spanish  
MSDS: Read It Before You Need It!

 The MSDS is an essential tool to monitor chemical use and avoid accidents. This DVD training includes information about exposure situations; and toxicology, ecology and disposal.

2006, 19 minutes.

DVD English and Spanish  
Warning Labels and Signs: Get the Message

By themselves warning labels and signs do not guarantee safety. Unless your employees read, understand, and follow the instructions, they could be injure, or even killed. This DVD covers the following topics: signs and tags, HAZCOM labeling requirements, the NFPA labeling system, the HMIS labeling system, and the SmartRTK labeling system.

2010, 17 minutes.

DVD English, Spanish, and Portuguese  
Hazcom: What You Need to Know (Includes GHS)

This DVD discusses the background to the OSHA hazard communication standard, and looks at why OSHA has adopted the Globally Harmonized System (GHS).  Topics covered include: hazardous chemical classifications, employer requirements, chemical inventory, safety data sheets, labeling, training requirements, and the written program.

2012, 20 minutes.

DVD - Kit English  
Hazcom: What You Need to Know (Includes GHS)

This DVD discusses the background to the OSHA hazard communication standard, and looks at why OSHA has adopted the Globally Harmonized System (GHS).  Topics covered include: hazardous chemical classifications, employer requirements, chemical inventory, safety data sheets, labeling, training requirements, and the written program.

2012, 20 minutes.

DVD - Kit Spanish  
Hazcom: In Sync with GHS

The Occupational Safety and Health Administration's (OSHA) Hazard Communication standard has been revised to include the Globally Harmonized System of Classification and Labeling of Chemicals (GHS). This new HazCom standard not only gives workers the right to know the chemicals and associated hazards they face, but it also gives them the right to understand the hazards and how to protect themselves from danger.  This DVD covers the following topics as they relate to GHS: classes of hazards, labels on shipped containers, workplace labeling, safety data sheets, and communication.

2012, 16 minutes.

DVD English, Spanish, and Portuguese