Minnesota Safety Council

Video Library: First Aid

Basic First Aid
Burn Prevention: a Degree of Awareness
Burns: Restaurant Industry
CPR/AED Awareness Training
First Aid - Basic
First Aid/CPR: ABCD's Of First Aid/CPR
Medical Emergencies in the Workplace I: Life Sustaining Response
Medical Emergencies in the Workplace II: Emergency First Response

  • Basic First Aid
    #BA0018 - VHS (12 min. 1994)

    Occupational
    Train staff to respond quickly to injuries. Covers initial workplace treatments for:
    • Cuts, burns, strains, sprains, fractures
    • Shock and heat sickness
    • Heart attack, including CPR motivation
  • Burn Prevention: a Degree of Awareness
    #BU004 - VHS (17 min. 1993)

    Occupational, Off-the-Job
    Communicates to employees the seriousness of burn injuries by discussing the potential damage a burn can have on the human body, the common types of burns and their causes, and methods of preventing burns when working around potential burn sour.
  • Burns: Restaurant Industry
    #BU003 - DVD (10 min. 1991)

    Occupational
    The restaurant industry is full of potential burn hazards. In this film see how easily a burn can happen and how you can prevent it.
  • CPR/AED Awareness Training
    #CP000 - DVD 31 min. added 2012)

    Occupational
    Included in this video is a step by step approach on what to do for an adult cardiac emergency, calling 911, and a comprehensive description and demonstration section on how to perform CPR for the adult age group. A brief introduction to the AED (Automated External Defibrillator), the importance of this life-saving device and how to operate one. DVD does not certify viewers.
  • First Aid - Basic
    #FI002 - VHS (13 min. 1991)

    Occupational, Off-the-Job
    Emphasizes the importance of knowing where first aid kits are kept, and how to use them.
    • Cuts and Bleeding
    • Muscle Pulls and Sprains
    • Burns
    • Shock
    • Artificial Respiration and CPR
  • First Aid/CPR: ABCD's Of First Aid/CPR
    #FI011 - DVD (2004)

    All on one DVD with a menu to chose which program you want to watch.
    Infant & Child Choking Video (21 min.)
    Endorsed by American Environmental Health and Safety & American CPR Training, this video guides the viewer through the causes, prevention, recognition and first aid treatment for choking on children (1-8 years old) and infants (under 1 year). This important video addresses what to do for a conscious and or unconscious choking situation.
    Heart Attack, Stroke & Cardiac Arrest Video (25 min)
    Endorsed by American Environmental Health and Safety & American CPR Training, this video guides the viewer through the causes, prevention, recognition and first aid treatment for heart attack & stroke. Also included is a step-by-step demonstration on how to perform CPR in case someone’s heart has stopped beating. This video also features a new section on Automated External Defibrillation (AED) principles and implementation.
    Adult Choking Video (15 min.)
    Endorsed by American Environmental Health and Safety & American CPR Training, this video will provide the viewer with the causes, prevention, recognition and first aid treatment for an adult (8 years & older) who may suddenly become a victim from a choking emergency.
  • Medical Emergencies in the Workplace I: Life Sustaining Response
    #MD001 - VHS (13 min. 1992)

    Occupational
    This video will increase awareness of what can happen during medical emergencies and the kind of quick response required when seconds count. In a format similar to the hit TV show "911" it follows a team of employees, guided by an emergency dispatcher as they try to save the life of a co-worker who has had a heart attack. Covers basic emergency first response steps including: evaluating the victim, checking ABC's, mouth to mouth & CPR.
  • Medical Emergencies in the Workplace II: Emergency First Response
    #MD002 - VHS (17 min. 1992)

    Occupational
    The purpose of this training program is to show the employees the importance of knowing emergency first response procedures and to provide them with basic information they need to report emergencies and administer first aid treatment. Covers: Spinal injuries, broken bones, bleeding, shock, burns, and choking.
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