Video Library

Listed below, you will find categories of training VHS tapes and DVDs that are available for loan to NIRMA members at no cost. Simply click on any category and all available videos will be displayed. Click on the title of the VHS Tape or DVD you wish to request and an email box will open. Fill in the date needed, name of person requesting the material and the address where you would like material sent. Then send the email. More than one VHS tape or DVD can be reserved, but they must be requested separately. Should you have any questions, call 800.642.6671 and ask for Pat or Chad.

Loan Policy

    1. We ask that you reserve the desired materials in advance of the training. All materials are sent one week prior to your requested date via USPS.
    2. Our normal loan period is two weeks. You may request a longer time period if necessary.
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BACK INJURY PREVENTION
Title Subject Format Time Year Code
BACK INJURY PREVENTION THRU EXERCISE Preventing back pain begins with a good safety exercise program. VHS 8 2005 BIP-01
AVOIDING BACK PAIN This program shows specific techniques and work practices to use on the job. VHS 26 2004 BIP-02
BACK INJURY PREVENTION SAFETY This program provides information on Awareness, Attitude and Actions to be taken to prevent injuries. VHS 15 2005 BIP-03
SAFETY 101 – BACK SAFETY – LIFT WELL, LIVE WELL This program shows on how you can “head off back pain” when you use your head and remember to protect your back. VHS 14 2005 BIP-04
BACK INJURY PREVENTION Demonstrates a variety of lifting tasks demanded in the manufacturing industry that require specific techniques under difficult conditions, and hazards resulting from incorrect methods. DVD 9 2008 BIP-05
BLOODBORNE PATHOGENS
Title Subject Format Time Year Code
BLOODBORNE PATHOGENS – CUSTODIAN Educates employees who work around potentially infectious materials know how to protect themselves. VHS 17 2003 BP-01
BLOODBORNE PATHOGENS – COMMERCIAL/LIGHT INDUSTRY Trains employees to minimize risk. VHS 22 2003 BP-02
PROTECTING YOURSELF FROM AIDS AND HEPATITIS B Employees explore the serious subject of BBP and learn about risks and consequences of exposure. VHS 20 2003 BP-03
BLOODBORNE PATHOGENS FOR CORRECTIONS This video covers disease exposures, methods of transmission, means of entry, protecting yourself, personal protective equipment, and etc. VHS 22 2005 BP-04
BLOODBORNE PATHOGENS FOR LAW ENFORCEMENT This video reviews the essential elements of exposure control. VHS 19 2005 BP-05
CONTROLLING EXPOSURE TO BBP-PPE Developed to meet training requirements for employees who reasonable anticipate exposure to blood or body fluids on the job. This applies to anyone who is trained in first-aid/CPR. DVD 20 2008 BP-01D
CHEMICAL SAFETY
Title Subject Format Time Year Code
FLAMMABLE LIQUIDS SAFETY Proper handling of flammable liquids. VHS 9 2003 CS-01
HAZMAT FOR MAINTENANCE SHOPS Safety procedures for handling Hazmat materials. VHS 27 2001 CS-02
HAZARDOUS WASTE AWARENESS Train employees to recognize and handle Hazmat waste. VHS 30 1996 CS-03
THE CASE OF THE RIGHT-TO-KNOW MYSTERY Provides training and information needed to work with chemicals safely. VHS 20 2003 CS-04
HAZ-COM – WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW This DVD that helps you comply with the training requirements of the HazCom Standard (29 CFR 1910.1200) and the GHS provisions. Addresses the revised standard and how the changes will help protect employees that work with chemical hazards as well as covering the new label elements and the new Safety Data Sheet format. DVD 20 2012 CS-01D
COMPRESSED GAS
Title Subject Format Time Year Code
OXYACETYLENE SAFETY Take precautions when handling, using, and storing. VHS 25 2003 CG-01
SAFE USE OF COMPRESSED GAS Designed for anyone using compressed gas cylinders. Explains basic safety procedures, compressed gas cylinder hazards, and how to properly use cylinders. DVD 8 2008 CG-01D
DRIVER REFRESHER - GENERAL/EMERGENCY VEHICLE OPERATORS
Title Subject Format Time Year Code
IT’S YOUR CHOICE This video delivers compelling information and statistical data supporting the use of seat belts. VHS 17 2008 DR-01
THE DRIVER’S E.D.G.E. This video uses four driver interviews to outline and identify the most frequent sources of these potentially dangerous behind-the-wheel emotions. VHS 17 2008 DR-02
OUT OF HARM’S WAY In this video, three drivers are interviewed with regard to typical traffic collisions. Circumstances are described, recreated and analyzed by the viewer. Truck Version VHS 24 2008 DR-03
THE CRITICAL POINT Part one introduces the time-tested “5 keys” and explores ways drivers unknowingly relinquish control over their own safety. This powerful knowledge provides the critical thinking needed in Part two for viewers to participate in analyzing common driving patterns. Truck Version VHS 29 2008 DR-04
REVERSING THE TREND The “5 keys” in this video provide the critical learning necessary to turn backing collisions into rare events. Truck Version. VHS 27 2008 DR-05
VEHICLE SAFETY – DRIVING ON THE ROAD This video is designed for anyone operating a vehicle. Emphasizes the need for wearing seat belts, driving defensively, rules of the road and general safety awareness when operating a motor vehicle. DVD 17 2008 DR-01D
DEFENSIVE DRIVING – WHEN GOOD WEATHER GOES BAD This video is designed to address the many common hazards of winter driving and how to avoid them. DVD 18 2008 DR-02D
IMPLEMENTING A COMPREHENSIVE SAFE DRIVING PROGRAM This 27 minute video covers the key elements of a safe driver program including; motor vehicle records checks, driver training, conducting field observations, seat belt monitoring, vehicle inspections and maintenance, and accident investigations. (2 CDs) DVD 27 2012 DR-03D
ELECTRICAL SAFETY
Title Subject Format Time Year Code
BETTER SAFE: FIRE AND ELECTRICAL SAFETY Basic electrical hazard awareness. VHS 14 2003 ES-01
ELECTRICAL SAFETY Train and motivate employees to avoid danger. VHS 13 1998 ES-02
ELECTRICAL SAFETY FOR CUSTODIANS A review of proper safety precautions. VHS 12 2003 ES-03
ELECTRICAL SAFETY – THE OSHA REGULATIONS Provide information for employees to work safely. VHS 15 2003 ES-04
ELECTRICAL SAFETY FOR EVERYONE Because electricity is so important to our everyday lives, it is surprising that many of us know very little about it or the hazards it presents. This program provides viewers with a general understanding of how electricity works while showing them the actions they can take to prevent becoming part of an energized electrical circuit. DVD 11 2015 ES-01D
EMERGENCY PREPAREDNESS
Title Subject Format Time Year Code
EMERGENCY PREPAREDNESS This program explains how to prepare for emergencies at work such as, earthquakes, tornadoes, hurricanes and other emergencies. Training to reduce property damage and prevent injuries during emergencies. DVD 13 2008 EP-01D
FIRE EXTINGUISHER, PORTABLE
Title Subject Format Time Year Code
FIRE EXTINGUISHER TRAINING AND USE Know when and how to use a fire extinguisher. VHS 14 2003 FE-01
FIRE EXTINGUISHER USE & PROCEDURES Instructs employees on all facets of fire extinguishers. Explains PASS and other necessary information to ensure proper use of fire extinguishers and various classes of fire. DVD 8 2008 FE-01D
FIRST AID
Title Subject Format Time Year Code
FIRST AID- PREPARED TO HELP First aid tips and emergency response principles are covered. VHS 18 2005 FA-01
HAND AND POWER TOOLS
Title Subject Format Time Year Code
GRINDER ABRASIVE WHEEL SAFETY Recognizes the hazards and prevention. VHS 12 1997 HP-01
HAND AND POWER TOOL SAFETY – MECHANICS Review for employees about the importance of following safety rules. VHS 24 2003 HP-02
HAND AND POWER TOOL SAFETY Teaches employees about the potential dangers. VHS 15 2003 HP-03
HIGH-IMPACT PERSONAL PROTECTIVE EQUIPMENT Understanding and using guards, interlocks, gloves, etc. VHS 19 2003 HP-04
SHOP SAFETY – HAND TOOLS Covers common causes of injuries. VHS 12 2003 HP-05
HAND AND POWER TOOL SAFETY – MECHANICS Review for employees about the importance of following safety rules. DVD 24 2003 HP-01D
PREVENTING HAND INJURIES This program trains your employees on how hands get injured and what they can do every day to avoid injury. DVD 10 2014 HP-02D
LAW ENFORCEMENT/CORRECTIONS
Title Subject Format Time Year Code
PURSUIT & EMERGENCY RESPONSE This program teaches officers how to protect against civil lawsuits resulting from pursuit and emergency responses. VHS 16 2004 LE-01
USE OF FORCE This program re-enacts and analyzes three common Use of Force scenarios and show considerations for limiting liabilities and avoiding lawsuits. VHS 17 2004 LE-02
BALANCING MEDICAL ISSUES AND SECURITY NEEDS This DVD will look into the care and diagnosis of inmates that might have mental problems and how officers should respond to these individuals. DVD 30 2008 LE-01D
COPING WITH MRSA IN CORRECTIONS This DVD is intended to give correctional staff an overview of methicillin-resistant staphylococcus aureus (mrsa) and how the agencies can identify and prevent its spread. DVD 27 2008 LE-02D
COPING WITH SPECIAL NEEDS INMATES The purpose of this DVD is to make professionals more aware of what types of special needs inmates you are likely to encounter and how to provide for their individual types of medical or psychological requirements. DVD 36 2008 LE-03D
COURTROOM SECURITY The purpose of this DVD is to make transport officers more aware of the need for increased courtroom security and to give them the information needed to carry out this task. DVD 26 2008 LE-04D
CROSS GENDER SUPERVISION The purpose of this DVD is to explore and demonstrate to officers the complex issues and concerns arising out of cross-gender supervision of inmates. DVD 28 2008 LE-05D
FEMALE ISSUES IN CORRECTIONS The purpose of this DVD is to make all staff more familiar with issues confronting the female who is incarcerated. DVD 28 2008 LE-06D
FIRE SAFETY IN THE LOCKUP This program shows why fire safety is the responsibility of all corrections officers and how officers are expected to conduct themselves under fire emergencies. DVD 30 2008 LE-07D
OBSERVING UNIVERSAL HEALTH PRECAUTIONS The purpose of this DVD is to stress the fact that all officers must observe universal precautions. DVD 20 2008 LE-08D
PRINCIPLES OF SUICIDE PREVENTION The purpose of this DVD is to make corrections professionals aware of how inmate suicide can be prevented by being able to identify who is at risk and what the warning signs might be. DVD 28 2008 LE-09D
RECOGNIZING PSYCHOLOGICAL DISTURBANCES The purpose of this DVD is to demonstrate to correctional officers the benefits in identifying inmates with psychological problems during the initial intake process as well as being aware of symptoms of common psychological problems which may develop while incarcerated. DVD 29 2008 LE-10D
SUICIDE PREVENTION The topics discussed in this DVD are: why inmates become suicidal, when suicides are most likely to occur, the warning signs of a suicide about to take place, the relationship between suicide and drugs and alcohol, and how inmates can be screened for potentially suicidal tendencies. DVD 37 2008 LE-11D
OFFICE SAFETY
Title Subject Format Time Year Code
CARPAL TUNNEL SYNDROME Awareness of Carpal Tunnel and Prevention VHS 14 1992 OS-01
SAFETY ORIENTATION IN OFFICE ENVIRONMENTS Your role in creating a safe environment. VHS 6 2003 OS-02
SAFETY ORIENTATION IN OFFICE ENVIRONMENTS Motivates employees to develop safe attitudes and habits. VHS 13 2002 OS-03
VIDEO DISPLAY TERMINALS – HUMOROUS VERSIONS Avoid undue ergonomics injuries. VHS 16 2003 OS-04
OFFICE SAFETY – IT’S A JUNGLE IN THERE This video provides information in avoiding dangers of Slips, Trips and Falls, Sprains and Strains, Stress and a host of other office situations. VHS 19 2005 OS-05
ERGONOMICS This program shows various ways to make your workplace user-friendly. DVD 7 2008 OS-01D
SAFETY ORIENTATION IN OFFICE ENVIRONMENTS TRAINING Designed for office workers and focuses on the most common hazards and resulting injuries in an office. Discusses chairs, ladders and office equipment, video display terminals, safe lifting, fire prevention and etc. DVD 14 2008 OS-02D
OFFICE SAFETY – IT’S A JUNGLE IN THERE This video provides information in avoiding dangers of Slips, Trips and Falls, Sprains and Strains, Stress and a host of other office situations. DVD 19 2005 OS-03D
SAFETY - GENERAL
Title Subject Format Time Year Code
ASBESTOS AWARENESS IN THE WORK PLACE Explains what asbestos is, where it is found, and how to reduce exposure. VHS 22 2003 GS-01
A SAFE PLACE TO WORK – CALTRANS EMPLOYEE SAFETY ORIENTATION Demonstrates safety practices for maintenance and construction employees. VHS 22 2001 GS-02
CALL
BEFORE YOU DIG ANYTHING
Hazards of utility lines, underground and above. VHS 9 2003 GS-03
CRANES,
CHAINS, SLINGS, HOISTS
Covers practices for inspection, maintenance, and safe use of lifting devices. VHS 12 1999 GS-05
DUMP
TRUCK SAFETY
Review of maintenance and operation of a dump truck. VHS 5 1997 GS-06
DUMP
TRUCK SAFETY
Maintenance and safety requirements for operating a dump truck. VHS 10 1997 GS-07
FLAGGING Review flagging responsibilities and awareness. VHS 11 2001 GS-09
FORKLIFT
SAFETY
Simple safety procedures for operating a forklift. VHS 18 2003 GS-10
GROUNDS
KEEPING SAFETY
Video covers the following areas: Proper dress including footwear, Trim and
Brush Cutting, Tractors, Riding and Push Mowers, General Checklists and Hazardous Materials Checklist.
VHS 30 2006 GS-11
HEAT
STRESS
Trains employees to recognize and prevent heat stress. VHS 10 2003 GS-12
HOUSEKEEPING This 30 minute video covers the following areas: Clean or Cluttered Workplaces,
Throw It Away, Proper Storage, Spills and Leaks, and General Safety
VHS 30 2006 GS-13
LADDER
SAFETY
This video covers selecting the proper ladder for the job, inspecting defects,
and proper set up.
VHS 13 2003 GS-14
LOCK-OUT
FOR SAFETY
Necessary steps to ensure safe start-ups. VHS 10 2003 GS-15
LOCK-OUT/TAG-OUT
AFFECTED AND AUTHORIZED PERSONS
Covers lockout/tag-out procedures, rules and responsibilities, and safe
start-ups and shut-downs.
VHS 15 2003 GS-16
MACHINE
GUARDING SAFETY
This video covers identifying hazards, proper guard placement, and equipment
alteration/tampering hazards.
VHS 19 2003 GS-17
RESPIRATORS
– THE NEW RULE
This video covers fit, use, maintenance and storage of respirators. VHS 21 2003 GS-18
ROAD
CREW SAFETY
Safety shorts on ways to prevent hazards in the work zones. VHS 24 2003 GS-19
SAFE
OPERATION OF CRANES & HOISTS
Safety review of safe work practices handling cranes and hoists VHS 12 2003 GS-20
SHAKE
HANDS WITH DANGER
Covers safety procedures when working on the job. VHS 23 1994 GS-21
SNOWPLOW
SAFETY
This video covers inspection, positioning of the truck, scanning, mirror use,
and defensive driving techniques of operating a snowplow.
VHS 23 1995 GS-22
TREE
TRIMMING SAFETY
Safety shorts covering safe and productive handling techniques for trimming
trees.
VHS 5 1997 GS-23
VEHICLE
BACKING SAFETY
Covers safe backing methods. VHS 10 1996 GS-24
BACKHOE
SAFETY
Focuses on tractor-loader backhoes, pre-inspection hazards, safe loading and
unloading, excavation techniques to emergency procedures.
VHS 18 2004 GS-25
ON
AGAIN, OFF AGAIN
This video focuses on safety and operational procedures for mounting and
dismounting large equipment.
VHS 20 2004 GS-26
STRAIGHT
TRUCKS AND VANS – INSPECTIONS
This video focuses on safety and operational procedures for inspecting and
operating straight trucks and vans.
VHS 20 2006 GS-27
STRAIGHT
TRUCKS AND VANS – DRIVING TECHNIQUES
This video focuses on safety and operational procedures for driving and
operating straight trucks and vans.
VHS 20 2006 GS-28
CHAINSAW
SAFETY BASICS: AN EXPERT’S PERSPECTIVE
Includes instructions on how to use the proper daily safety precautions during
use of cut off saws on the job. Covers use of proper PPE and machine guarding.Outlines
safety procedures from pre-use inspection all the way to shutdown.
DVD 14 2010 GS-16D
CAVE-IN
RESPONSE
This DVD covers the basic safety information including: Hazard recognition·
Pre-Entry Procedures and Planning· Attendant, and Entrant, Entry Supervisor Responsibilities with
numerous examples and work-tips from the real world.
DVD 24 2008 GS-01D
EYE
PROTECTION – A NEW APPROACH
This program explains eye protection requirements in a non-humorous manner. You
will find your employees respond well to this informative video.
DVD 6 2008 GS-02D
GENERAL
SAFE WORK PRACTICES
Outlines basic job responsibilities, safe work practices such as housekeeping,
safe lifting, and personal protective equipment.
DVD 12 2008 GS-03D
HEAT
STRESS PREVENTION VTS
This program puts employees in the mood to learn effective ways to reduce
exposure to heat stress disorders including: heat cramps, dizziness and heat exhaustion.
DVD 11 2008 GS-04D
HOUSEKEEPING
SAFETY
Instructs the housekeeping employee in specific safety hazards. Included are
cleaning techniques, chemical use, back injury prevention and more.
DVD 12 2008 GS-05D
LADDER
SAFETY
Short program on the safe use of step ladders, straight ladders, and platform
ladders.
DVD 7 2008 GS-06D
MACHINE
GUARDING
Designed for employees as well as supervisors, this program explains what
machine guarding is all about.
DVD 12 2008 GS-07D
PERSONAL
PROTECTIVE EQUIPMENT
Emphasizes the importance of using personal protection when required. Addresses
hard hats, gloves, eye protection, and other aspects of protective equipment.
DVD 10 2008 GS-08D
SHORING
SAFETY
Shoring Safely shows how to install timber, screw jack and hydraulic shoring
systems, as well as simple techniques for determining A, B,and C type soils, sheeting designs and safety
hazards unique to trenching.
DVD 24 2008 GS-09D
TRENCHING
AND EXCAVATION SAFETY
This video’s live footage and computer graphics provide a clear explanation of
hazards created by digging trenches and excavation.
It also shows how these hazards are reduced by sloping, shielding, and shoring.
DVD 19 2008 GS-10D
CHAIN SAW SAFETY Many occupations use chainsaws but fail to understand the many risks involved
requiring proper use.
DVD 13 2008 GS-12D
TREE TRIMMING SAFETY Demonstrates safety and maintenance methods for working with chainsaws,
chippers, high lift trucks, and general tree trimming safety.
DVD 18 2008 GS-13D
BUCKET
TRUCK SAFETY
This program covers critical material your operators need to use every time they are going
to get into their buckets.
DVD 12 2009 GS-14D
THE
RISK IS IN THE ROUTINE; A NEW LOOK AT ACCIDENT PREVENTION
This 21-minute video uses seven scenarios to show accidents and injuries resulting from very
routine situations. Key points include: taking training seriously and following established safety rules
and procedures; avoiding shortcuts; using provided safety equipment; taking personal responsibility for
your safety; coaching fellow employees to work safely; offering to help other employees with hazardous
tasks when appropriate.
DVD 21 2012 GS-15D
MOVE
IT SAFELY, AVOIDING INJURY WHILE MOVING MATERIALS
In order to move objects safely, employees must be well trained in safe material handling techniques
while also maintaining the proper attitude and state of mind to use their training each time they
lift or move an object. This program discusses the techniques, precautions and safe work practices
you can follow so that when an object must be moved, you are able to “move it safely.”
DVD 20 2014 GS-17D
JOB
SAFETY AWARENESS: SAFETY AWARENESS AND YOU
This program discusses the important roles played by both management and employees in recognizing,
analyzing, and controlling workplace hazards. It will also show how this shared duty of job safety
analysis, safety awareness and hazard recognition helps prevent injury. Within this video it will
show you the process of developing a successful job safety analysis.
DVD 10 2014 GS-18D
COMPLACENCY
IN THE WORKPLACE – SANDY’S STORY
Butch Evans never thought he was complacent about his safety. But we’ll never know what he was
thinking during the safety on Lock-out Tag-out. We’ll never know because 30 minutes after the
meeting, Butch was dead. Butch’s mother, Sandy, tells the tragic story of the loss of her
son. She tells this story to help save others from the heart break she came to know the day
Butch was killed on the job.
DVD 18 2014 GS-19D
RESPONSIBILITY:
STAY IN CONTROL OF YOUR SAFETY
This compelling safety video shows how workers need to prevent outside forces like time, emotions,
peer pressure or distractions from taking control of their safety.
DVD 9 2015 GS-20D
SKID
STEER SAFETY
The compact design and versatility of a skid-loader can undermine how dangerous this equipment is to
operate when proper precautions aren’t taken. Skid steer loaders have become the number one
workhorse for public works and construction. They can also be dangerous and this program
trains your employees on safe operating procedures.
DVD 15 2015 GS-21D
CAT
– SAFETY BASICS VIDEO SERIES

VOLUME
1 – 5
This cd contains:Volume 1 – Safely Home
Volume 2 – Seat Belt Safety
Volume 3 – Walk Around Inspections
Volume 4 – Warning Labels
Volume 5 – Personal Protective Equipment
DVD 15 2015 GS-22D
CAT
– SAFETY BASICS VIDEO SERIES

VOLUME
6 – 10
This cd contains:Volume 6 – Tire Safety
Volume 7 – Slips and Falls
Volume 8 – Mounting and Dismounting
Volume 9 – Load and Transport
Volume 10 – Blocking and Cribbing
DVD 15 2015 GS-23D
CAT
– SAFETY BASICS VIDEO SERIES

VOLUME
11 – 17
This cd contains:Volume 11 – Lockout/Tag-out
Volume 12 – Rental Safety
Volume 13 – Night Operation
Volume 14 – Fatigue Avoidance
Volume 15 – Operating on a Slope
Volume 16 – Work Tools
Volume 17 – – Alternate Exits
DVD 15 2015 GS-24D
CAT
– SAFETY BASICS E-LEARNING

WHEEL
TRACTOR-SCRAPERS
This course is designed to provide you with a fundamental understanding of: machine and
operator safety, safety and maintenance inspections of equipment, the location and function of the
operator controls, startup and shutdown procedures and the following basic operating procedures:
loading, hauling, dumping or spreading and grading.
DVD 60 2015 GS-25D
CAT
– SAFETY BASICS E-LEARNING

HYDRAULIC
EXCAVATORS
This course is designed to provide you with a fundamental understanding of: machine and
operator safety, safety and maintenance inspections of equipment, the location and function of the
operator controls, startup and shutdown procedures. The following basic operating procedures: trenching,
moving (Tramming), truck loading, bench loading and pin grabber coupler.
DVD 60 2015 GS-26D
CAT
– SAFETY BASICS E-LEARNING

TRACK-TYPE
TRACTORS
This course is designed to provide you with a fundamental understanding of: machine and
operator safety, safety and maintenance inspections of equipment, the location and function of the
operator controls, and startup and shutdown procedures along with speed and direction control.
Five basic operating procedures: steering, straight-level dozing, slot dozing, backfilling, and ripping.
DVD 60 2015 GS-27D
CAT
– SAFETY BASICS E-LEARNING

BACKHOE
LOADERS
This course is designed to provide you with a fundamental understanding of: machine and
operator safety, safety and maintenance inspections of equipment, the location and function of the
operator controls, startup and shutdown procedures. The following basic operating procedures: machine
configurations, planning the job, maneuvering the machine, trenching, crossing trenches, lifting and
swinging materials, general bucket loading, loading trucks, backfilling, ramping, cutting and leveling
and site cleanup.
DVD 60 2015 GS-28D
CAT
– SAFETY BASICS E-LEARNING

WHEEL
LOADERS
This course is intended for beginner operators and individuals who wish to improve their
knowledge on general construction wheel loader controls and their maintenance, inspection, safety, and
operating procedures. Including the following basic operating procedures: bucket loading, load and
carry, floor maintenance, truck loading and stockpile management.
DVD 60 2015 GS-29D
CAT
– SAFETY BASICS E-LEARNING

MOTOR
GRADERS
This course is intended for beginner operators and individuals who wish to improve their knowledge of
motor grader controls and their maintenance, inspection, safety, and operating procedures. At the
end of this course, you will be able to: describe the Personal, Site and Machine safety procedures,
explain the maintenance and inspection of the machine, identify the operator controls of the
machine, and list the startup and shutdown procedures of the machine.
DVD 60 2015 GS-30D
SAFETY COMMITTEE
Title Subject Format Time Year Code
BUILDING SUCCESSFUL TEAMS Tasks on which committees can concentrate. VHS 25 2003 SC-01
WALK-THRU SAFETY INSPECTION -THROUGH THE EYES OF AN OSHA COMPLIANCE OFFICER Learn priorities, procedures, and legal ramifications. VHS 40 2003 SC-02
NEW EMPLOYEE SAFETY ORIENTATION This up-to-date program covers policies and procedures in a variety of different work environments. VHS 21 2001 SC-03
SAFETY COORDINATOR TRAINING Use this video to help train safety coordinators and safety committees. Shows how to gain management’s support, locate safety training sources, and much more. VHS 23 2003 SC-04
DEVELOPING A POSITIVE SAFETY CULTURE This 20-minute video discusses the benefits of developing a positive safety culture including fewer accidents and injuries, lower insurance costs, improved morale, increased productivity, and better public relations. Directed toward public entity managers and supervisors, this video would be beneficial for all employees. DVD 20 2012 SC-01D
ACCIDENT/INCIDENT INVESTIGATION AND ROOT CAUSE ANALYSIS This video provides training on the basics of accident/incident investigation using accident scenes and scenarios to model the proper techniques for performing an investigation to identify causal factors and corrective actions to prevent future incidents. DVD 18 2010 SC-02D
SLIPS, TRIPS & FALLS
Title Subject Format Time Year Code
AVOIDING SLIPS, TRIPS & FALLS This video covers environmental, physical, mechanical, and other hazard exposures. VHS 17 2005 STF-01
SLIPS, TRIPS & FALLS This program was designed to prevent and eliminate slips and falls in order to ensure proper safety in the transportation industry. Cover attentiveness to surroundings and promotes a safe working environment. DVD 7 2008 STF-01D
PREVENTING SLIPS, TRIPS AND FALLS A fantastic film that shows how to prevent slips, trips and falls in a number of different settings. From grease build-up on entryway mats, to getting in or out of high trucks, this safety training video is for anyone. DVD 11 2012 STF-02D
THE CAUSE AND EFFECT OF SLIPS, TRIPS AND FALLS This fall safety training video states that 100% of all slip, trip and fall accidents are preventable and are the result of safety rules and guidelines being ignored. This film covers slip, trip and fall safety, as well as ladder safety and good housekeeping safety. DVD 11 2012 STF-03D
SLIPS, TRIPS & FALLS – TAKING THE RIGHT STEP This video that emphasizes the importance of employees taking the proper precautions to avoid incidents that may cause them to slip, trip and fall. Covers prevention techniques, wet surfaces, poor weather conditions, stairs, ladders and housekeeping. DVD 16 2010 STF-04D
STRAINS AND SPRAINS
Title Subject Format Time Year Code
STRAINS AND SPRAINS – A PUBLIC CONCERN This video that outlines how strains and sprains occur, how to recognize their warning signs and how to minimize them with proper posture, lifting techniques, exercises and other simple adjustments. DVD 20 2009 SS-01D
PREVENTING INJURY THROUGH BODY MECHANICS, ERGONOMICS & PHYSICAL FITNESS This video that produced by CIRSA, an organization similar to NIRMA but located in Colorado, that delves into using proper body mechanics, ergonomics and physical fitness to reduce the risk of employee injury. DVD 18 1997 SS-02D
STRESS
Title Subject Format Time Year Code
WORKPLACE STRESS Train employees to recognize potentially stressful situations and learn how to cope with them. VHS 12 2002 WPS-01
STRESS RELIEF Short program targeted for employees in the workplace. Designed to help people who perceive stressful situations to better cope with this illness or perceived illness. DVD 7 2008 WPS-01D
VIOLENCE IN THE WORKPLACE/SEXUAL HARRASSMENT
Title Subject Format Time Year Code
BOMB
THREAT PROCEDURES
This video provides critical information that your employees must know in case
of a bomb threat.
VHS 19 2003 VIW-01
DEALING WITH DIFFICULT SITUATIONS This video gives examples of common types of situations, finding solutions, and general advice regarding the parameters of acceptable behavior in a work environment. VHS 27 2003 VIW-02
GUIDE TO A HARASSMENT FREE WORKPLACE Increases awareness of the effects of harassment and
the consequences.
VHS 21 1996 VIW-03
SUBTLE SEXUAL HARASSMENT NEW BEHAVIORS – NEW BEGINNINGS Teaches awareness and dealing with harassment. VHS 29 1997 VIW-04
WHAT TO DO ABOUT WORKPLACE EMERGENCIES Information about planning for and surviving a workplace emergency. VHS 21 2003 VIW-05
WORKPLACE VIOLENCE Train your staff to recognize, avoid, and diffuse violent behavior. VHS 15 2002 VIW-06
WORKPLACE VIOLENCE – THE CALM BEFORE THE STORM This 25 minute video covers the responsibility of management in understanding work place violence, causes of violence, warning signs, reporting of incidents, stress management, conflict resolution, and handling a crisis. VHS 25 2006 VIW-07
BOMB
THREAT PROCEDURES
Trains all employees on bomb threats, emergency action procedures, what to look for, actions employees and management can take to reduce the impact of real or fake bomb threats. DVD 12 2008 VIW-01D
ACTIVE SHOOTER AND WORKPLACE VIOLENCE Knowing the proper procedures to follow during an emergency could mean the difference between life and death. The purpose of this program is to familiarize you with basic response practices when encountering workplace violence, practices that will help you to be prepared for and to respond to a violent emergency. DVD 10 2014 VIW-02D
WELDING
Title Subject Format Time Year Code
HEALTH
FACTORS IN WELDING
Examines workplace hazards, types of symptoms and appropriate PPE. VHS 28 2002 W-01
WELDING/CUTTING TORCH SAFETY Awareness and training in the use of equipment. VHS 26 2003 W-02
ARC WELDING SAFETY An excellent review of Arc welding safety, safety hazards and health hazards associated with this type of welding operation. DVD 11 2008 W-01D
WINTER SAFETY
Title Subject Format Time Year Code
WINTER
SAFETY TIPS
Helps staff spot potential hazards to avoid dangerous situations. VHS 13 1996 WS-01
WINTER WALKING Helps staff spot potential hazards and avoid dangerous situations. VHS 7 2004 WS-02
WINTER DRIVING This video teaches drivers how to assess road conditions, predict how the vehicle will react in different conditions, and to know what actions to take to keep it under control. Winter Driving teaches utility and straight truck drivers the techniques they need to know to be safe winter drivers. DVD 18 2008 WS-01D
WINTER WALKING – STAYING ON YOUR FEET This DVD the helps the viewers’ understand the need to adjust our walking behavior and techniques when winter weather sets in. It covers why we need to adjust our walking technique in the winter, what winter hazards to be alert for, procedures for staying on your feet and techniques to minimize the effects if we do fall. DVD 10 2013 WS-02D
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