Hypothermia and Frostbite
Winter Walking: Staying on your Feet
Working Safely in Cold Weather
- Hypothermia and Frostbite
#HY004 - DVD (13 min. 2000)
Don’t let the danger of cold, wet weather catch you off guard! If you or your employees work outside in cold weather, this program is for you! This informative video thoroughly covers everything employees need to know about the dangers of hypothermia and frostbite — and how to avoid them. After viewing, employees will be able to plan, prepare and protect themselves against whatever
weather comes their way.
- Winter Dangers
#WI006 - VHS (16 min. 1992)
Winter can be a lot of fun, but it can be dangerous or even deadly if people don't protect themselves from the cold. This program is designed to educate all age groups about the dangers of frostbite and hypothermia, including prevention, symptoms, and first aid
- Winter Safety
#WI001 - DVD (15 min, added 2013)
"Winter Safety" show employees how to plan ahead, look for potential hazards and avoid dangerous situations that occur during the winter holiday season. Topics covered include:
- Surviving in the Cold.
- Driving in winter weather.
- Holiday decorations.
- Celebrating the season safely.
- Winter Walking: Staying on your Feet
#WI010 -DVD (10 min. added 2014)
This safety video helps the viewer understand the need to adjust our walking behavior and techniques when the snow begins to fall. Viewers will learn: Why we need to adjust our walking techniques in winter, winter hazards to be alert for, walking techniques for winter conditions, procedures for staying on your feet and techniques to minimize the effects of a fall.
- Working Safely in Cold Weather
#WO014 - DVD (15 min, added 2014)
Working safely in cold weather requires more than just the right clothing. This presentation provides viewers with detailed information on how to safely work in cold weather conditions. It
will explain how the systems of the body work in cold conditions, how to spot frostbite and other cold-related illness, as well as how to properly dress and work in the cold months. Prevention is emphasized as viewers are shown signs of distress to look for in themselves and co-workers and how to safely handle such situations.
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