Michigan Occupational Safety & Health (MIOSHA) DVD Catalog

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Michigan Occupational Safety & Health (MIOSHA)DVD CatalogLoan ProcessThe Michigan Occupational Safety and Health Administration (MIOSHA), ConsultationEducation and Training (CET) Division, provides training video loan services through thefollowing division:MIOSHA Videos7707 Rickle Street, P.O. Box 30677Lansing, Michigan 48909-8177E-Mail: mioshavideos@michigan.gov orFax No. 517-284-2920Telephone 517-284-2928 There are no user fees assessed for the use of the training videos borrowed.However, the borrower is responsible for items borrowed and for paying thereturn shipment and insurance cost via an express package service. As thematerials are loaned under special permission from vendors, it is strictly forbiddento copy and distribute these materials. All requests are handled on a first-come-first-served basis. Requests must bereceived at least 5 working days (Monday through Friday) in advance of the dateby which the borrower needs the videos. Requests should be made directly to LESS at the above address. Use the orderform provided. The shipping address given must be other than a post office boxbecause shippers will not deliver materials to a post office box. Reservations may not be made more than six months in advance of the showingdate. There is a limit of five items which can be borrowed for any one show date. There is a ten-day loan period limit. Borrowers who do not return materials ontime will receive a written reminder. Borrowing privileges will be cancelled afterthe third late return.-1-2/2/2021

A borrower who does not return materials or who returns materials incomplete ordamaged will be billed for the cost of replacing the missing/damaged items.Replacement costs for a video are determined by the actual cost of replacing it –generally between 300 and 500 per video. Failure to pay for replacement willlead to cancellation of borrowing privileges. Videos are copyrighted and cannot be duplicated. When returning videos, they must be addressed to the street address below:MIOSHATechnical Services Division (TSD)Laboratory and Equipment Services Section (LESS)7707 Rickle Street, P.O. Box 30677Lansing, Michigan 48909-8177 Questions regarding this training video lending service may be directed to:MIOSHAConsultation Education and Training Division525 W. Allegan Street, P.O. Box 30643Lansing, Michigan 48909-8143517-284-7720Listing by: Titles by Subject Alphabetical Listing Spanish VideosLink to Order FormExplanation of Abbreviations(CC/Sp/SP&P&F)CCClosed caption - text displayed on the screen to provide additionalinterpretive information to viewers.SpAvailable in Spanish alsoSP&PAvailable in Spanish & Portuguese alsoSP&P&FAvailable in Spanish, Portuguese, & French alsoAccidents –Causes/PreventionAsbestosBloodborne PathogensConfined SpacesDrugsErgonomicsFire SafetyHand ProtectionTITLES BY SUBJECTAccident InvestigationAgricultureAttitudes, SafetyChemicalsConstructionElectricityEye ProtectionGeneral SafetyHazard CommunicationBack SafetyCommunicationDrivingEmergency ResponseFallsGrain ElevatorsHearing Protection-2-2/2/2021

HeatHuman Factors in SafetyLaboratoryLeadMiscellaneousPersonal Side of rassmentHospital & Health CareSafetyJob Safety AnalysisLadder SafetyLift TrucksOffice SafetyPersonal ProtectiveEquipmentSafety ManagementToolsWellnessHospitalityKitchen SafetyLaser SafetyMachinery & EquipmentPaper IndustryRespirator SafetySafety TalksTrenching & ShoringWeldingYouthTitles by SubjectVideo NumberAccidents - Causes/PreventionDon’t Be a Dummy about Industrial Safety .1081It Only Takes a Second II.1115Life & Death: Industrial Safety Attitudes .1176No Injury No Accident CC .505The Buried Truth Uncovered .1019Accident InvestigationWorkplace Safety Investigators: Groundskeeping Safety.1047AgricultureCombustible Dust: Incident Prevention CC/Sp .1024Deadly Dust III .1038Grain Elevator Housekeeping .531Silage Safety.1172Tractor Safety . 1086AsbestosAsbestos Awareness: Understanding the Risk Sp&P.1062Attitudes, SafetyBehavior Based Safety: Make the Right Decision .994Behavior Based Safety: Starting the Process .995Behavior Based Safety: The Key Components .996Behavior Based Safety: The Manager’s Role .997Coaching Safety Performance: Job Safety Analysis Sp&P.965I Chose to Look the Other Way CC .778Principle to Practice:Preventing Injuries through Employee Training CC .1070Remember Charlie .745Thank You .1007Back SafetyA Bit about Backs: Module I, II, III CC/Sp.700Back Injury Prevention: You’re in Control CC .861-3-2/2/2021

Back Safety: Exercise and Ergonomics . 1061Back Safety for Health Care Providers .1136Back Safety: Lift for Life CC/Sp .1027Back Safety: Lift Well, Live Well CC .914Housekeeping Safety: Making Beds Safely .1082Powerlift Lifting Techniques for a Health Back (concise) CC .1161Bloodborne PathogensBloodborne Pathogens: General Awareness .1138Bloodborne Pathogens for Healthcare CC/Sp .1026Bloodborne Pathogens: Taking Precautions CC/Sp&P . .921Bloodborne Pathogens Training for Hospitality .1139Bloodborne Pathogens: Universal Precautions CC/Sp .1025ChemicalsHexavalent Chromium Awareness CC/Sp.913Crystalline Silica Employee Training .1122Crystalline Silica Employee Training (concise version) .1121CommunicationI Chose to Look the Other WayCC .778Confined SpacesConfined Space Entry – General Industry & Construction CC .1143Confined Spaces: Entry Team Training – Construction Activities .1114ConstructionCaught in or Between Hazards in Construction Environments .1142Confined Space Entry – General Industry & Construction .1143Confined Spaces: Entry Team Training – Construction Activities .1114Construction Electrical Safety Sp .1012Construction Safety Orientation (Safety Bob) .1132Crane Inspection CC/Sp .1022Crane Operations: Hand Signals Sp .1074Crane Rigging Safety CC .932Crane Safety: Mobile Cranes .978Crane Safety: Overhead Operations CC/Sp.909Crane Signal Person – Basic Training .1021Excavations: Safety Work Essentials CC/Sp.936Excavations, Trenches and Shoring .726Fall Protection in 1162 .1148Indoor Cranes: Safe Lifting Operations Sp&P .971Lifting Safely: Cranes, Chains, Slings and Hoists .1084Overhead Crane Safety .1085Pendant Controlled Crane Safety CC.990PPE in Construction Environments .1162Rolling Towers: Mobile Scaffold Safety . 1004Safe Use and Operation of Industrial Cranes – Refresher .1100Safety during Renovation & Demolition Operations .1049-4-2/2/2021

Scaffolding Safety: Erecting & Dismantling CC/Sp .981Scaffolds: Safety at all Levels CC/Sp&P .732Slips, Trips and Falls: Keeping a Step Ahead CC/Sp.767Struck-By Hazards in Construction Environments .1169Telehandlers: Safe Operations .1048Trenching and Excavation: The Scott May Story .1172Working around Cranes .1044DrivingDefensive Driving: Prepared For the Worst CC/Sp .708Defensive Driving Techniques: Your Ticket to Safety .1118Distracted Driving: At What Cost? .1146Distracted Driving: At What Cost? (concise) .1147Distracted Driving: Non-Humorous .1145Distracted Driving: How Focused Are You? .1144Driving Safely in the Hazards of Winter.1116Extreme Driving Quiz, The .929When You Least Expect It CC .879Winter Driving: When the Rules Change . 1002DrugsDealing with Drugs and Alcohol Abuse for Employees .1124Electricity2018 NFPA 70E: Safe Electrical Work Practices .1131Arc Flash Safety Awareness . 1008Construction Electrical Safety Sp .1012Electrical Safety: Basic Principles CC/Sp .1036Electrical Safety for Everyone (concise version) . 1076Electrical Safety for Everyone .1079Electrical Safety for the Qualified Worker (concise) .1078Electrical Safety for the Qualified Worker .1077Electrical Safety: NFPA 70E CC/Sp .993Electrical Safety NFPA 70E Control the Charge (Arc Flash)CC/Sp .1073Electrical Safety: What Everyone Should Know .1035General Electrical Principles CC .892High Impact: “Qualified” Electrical Safety CC .894Life & Death: Electrical Safety CC .893Lockout/Tagout: An Open and Shut Case CC/Sp .911Lockout/Tagout: Real, Real Life CC/Sp .912Safe Electrical Work Practices: 2018 NFPA 70E .1131Emergency ResponseEmergency Preparedness and Response .1110ErgonomicsA Bit about Backs: Modules I, II, III CC/Sp .700Elements of Ergonomics CC/Sp .960-5-2/2/2021

Ergonomic Task Analysis .961Office Ergonomics Today CC/Sp .824On the Road: The Lighter Side of Lifting CC .889Stretching Out at Work CC .886Take Five: Video Series Volume 1 & 2 CC.887Eye ProtectionEye Safety: No Second Chances CC.907High Impact: Eye Safety .1106Laser Safety: The Blink of an Eye CC/Sp&P.1063Understanding & Preventing Eye Injuries .1042FallsFall Factors: Understanding & Preventing Slips, Trips & Falls .1117Fall Protection in Construction Environments .1148Fall Protection Update.1123Height Safety Essentials .1104Personal Fall Protection One Step Beyond CC/Sp .940Slips, Trips & Falls in Healthcare .1168Slips, Trips & Falls – Keeping A Step Ahead CC/Sp .767To the Point about Personal Fall Arrest Systems .1125Walking and Working Surfaces: Comprehensive Training .1126Fire SafetyAbout Fire Prevention and Response (concise) Sp .1134Fire Extinguisher Basic Training Refresher .1101Fire Extinguishers: Ready to Respond .1034Fire Prevention (Hospitality).1149Fire Prevention in the Office .1151General SafetyBasic Training for Ground Operations in Tree Care .1005Basic Training for Tree Climbers .1006Bed Bugs: Facts and Prevention .1137Bullying and Other Disruptive Behaviors for Employees .1141Cell Phones in the Workplace: A Dangerous Distraction .1056Coaching Safety Performance: Job Safety Analysis Sp&P.965Competent Person & Soils Testing .1023Dealing with Drug and Alcohol Abuse for Employees .1124Elevated Work Platforms CC/Sp .974First Step .1003Groundskeeping Safety: Be a Pro Sp .705Hazard Recognition: Out of the Ordinary CC/Sp .817Housekeeping: It Ain’t Like the Movies CC/Sp&P .706Housekeeping Safety: Making Beds Safely .1082I Chose to Look the Other Way CC .778It Only Takes a Second II.1115It’s Up to Me Sp&P .1031Leading Indicators: It’s the Little Things . 1069-6-2/2/2021

Lifting Safely: Cranes, Chains, Slings and Hoists . 1084Remember Charlie .745Responsibility: Who’s in Control CC .980Safe Behavior – No Regrets CC .989Safety Benchmarking with Dyn McDermott .999Safety Leadership – A Supervisor’s Responsibility.1059Safety Leadership for Everyone CC .976Safety Orientation: On Alert Sp&P .973Safety’s Top 10 .1052Slips, Trips & Falls – Keeping a Step Ahead CC/Sp .767Telehandlers: Safe Operations .1048Thank You .1007Understanding Safety at Work CC.880Walking and Working Surfaces .1126What Would You Say?.1001Winter Walking: Avoiding Slips & Falls CC .983Workplace Safety Investigators: Groundskeeping Safety.1047Grain ElevatorsCombustible Dust: Incident Prevention CC/Sp .1024Deadly Dust III .1038Grain Elevator Housekeeping .531Hand ProtectionEvery Time I Look at My Hand CC .986Hand Injury Prevention: In Touch With Safety CC/Sp .699Hand Safety: It’s in Your Hands Sp&P.967Lessons Learned from Hand Injuries .1029Hazard CommunicationCompressed Gas Cylinders CC/Sp .758GHS Globalize Your Communication CC/Sp .1072GHS Labels Refresher (employee) CC/Sp .1153GHS Labels Refresher (supervisor) CC/Sp .1154GHS Overview Refresher (employee) .1155GHS Overview Refresher (supervisor) .1156Hazard Communication: Behind the Scenes . .1000Hearing ProtectionHearing Conservation: What Do You Want to Hear? CC/Sp.234Hearing Protection: It Makes Sense CC/Sp .943HeatBeat the Heat: Preventing & Treating Heat Disorders CC/Sp&P .963Heat Stress .791Heat Stress: Code Red Sp .969Heat Stress: Don’t Lose Your Cool Sp&P .970Heat Stress: The Healthy Approach .982Heat Stress for Public Employee – Seeing Red Sp .

Human Factors in Safety Job Safety Analysis Kitchen Safety Laboratory Ladder Safety Laser Safety Lead Lift Trucks Machinery & Equipment Miscellaneous Office Safety Paper Industry Personal Side of Safety Personal Protective Equipment Respirator Safety. Retail Safety Management Safety Talks Supervision Tools Trenching & Shoring

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