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Video Library: Right to Know/Hazard Communication

Employee's Guide to Working With Hazardous Materials
GHS - HazCom for Auto Service Facilities
GHS - HazCom for Cleaning and Maintenance Operators
GHS Safety Data Sheets in Laboratory
Global Harmonization: Worldwide
Hazard Communication, 1995
Hazard Communication, 1993
Hazard Communication, 1994
Hazard Communication: Behind the Scenes
Hazard Communication For Today's Workplace
Hazard Communication: Your Key to Chemical Safety
HazCom - Right To Know
HAZCOM and the Global Harmonizing System: Employee Training
HazCom — What You Don't Know Can Hurt You
MSDS
MSDS: Read It Before You Need It
Right to Know For Building & Construction Companies
Right-To-Know Industrial Facilities
Right-to-Know Update
Safety Data Sheets in HAZWOPER Environments
The MSDS: Information You Can Use
Toxicology

  • Employee's Guide to Working With Hazardous Materials
    #HA008 - VHS, English, #HA017 - VHS, Spanish, #HA019 - VHS, Vietnamese (16 min. 1991)

    Occupational
    In compliance with OSHA, includes written hazard communication plan, hazardous chemical inventory list, labeling, MSDS and employee training.
  • GHS - HazCom for Auto Service Facilities
    #HA109 - DVD (21 min., added 2015)

    Occupational
    Created specifically to assist auto service facilities of all types in complying with federal, state, and municipal Hazard Communications regulations, these products also address the major education and training requirements in these chemical hazard laws. This safety video introduces employees to the Hazard Communication regulations and provides training on the various types of chemicals found in auto service facilities.
  • GHS - HazCom for Cleaning and Maintenance Operators
    #HA022 - DVD (20 min., added 2015)

    Occupational
    This safety video introduces employees to the Hazard Communication regulations and provides training on the various types of chemicals found in cleaning & maintenance operations. Topics covered include: GHS Safety Data Sheets and container labels, Toxins, corrosives, and irritants, Flammables, combustibles, and gases, Carcinogens and radiation, Exposure situations, Personal protective equipment and chemical storage, Spills and cleanup.
  • GHS Safety Data Sheets in Laboratory
    #HA034 - DVD (17 min., added 2013)

    Occupational
    Created specifically to assist facilities in complying with the employee training requirements of OSHA's newly adopted GHS regulations, these products discuss using GHS Safety Data Sheets.
  • Global Harmonization: Worldwide Hazard Communication
    #HA033 - DVD (16 min., added 2013)

    Occupational; Language: English, Spanish
    As we move into a global economy, clear communication becomes a necessity. Give your employees the basic information about the Globally Harmonized System (GHS) for Classification and Labeling of Chemicals. Teach them how GHS differs from the Hazard Communication Standard. This program covers the new labeling requirements; the GHS label elements and the different sections of the Safety Data Sheets.
    • What the GHS does
    • Why the GHS was created
    • Six elements of the GHS label
    • Four parts and 10 annexes of the GHS
  • Hazard Communication
    #HA024 - VHS (5 min. 1995)

    Occupational
    • Labeling of all chemical containers
    • MSDS and their use
    • Avoid mixing chemicals
    • Taking safety home
  • Hazard Communication
    #HA009 - VHS (19 min. 1993)

    Occupational
    Excellent introduction or refresher for anyone who encounters hazardous chemicals.
    • Complies with OSHA 1910.1200
    • Identifying hazardous chemicals
    • Reading warning labels
    • Understanding an MSDS
    • Specific examples
  • Hazard Communication
    #HA012 - VHS (13 min. 1994)

    Occupational
    Step-by-step program that emphasizes the right-to-know compliance for all employees. Includes:
    • Hazardous materials identification and labeling
    • How to read and use material safety data sheets
    • Safe handling of hazardous materials
    • How to train employees on hazardous materials
    • Common terms
    • Differences between irritants and corrosives
    • Differences between combustibles and reactives
    • How to handle chemical spills
    • How to limit or eliminate hazardous materials
  • Hazard Communication: Behind the Scenes
    #HA029 - DVD (18 min. 2006)

    Occupational
    The host of this entertaining video is the ghost of a worker who recently perished when he was overcome by a chemical he accidentally spilled. He has returned to the workplace on a mission to help other employees work safely with hazardous substances. Filled with surprising special effects and attention-grabbing illustrations, this program covers key elements of Hazard Communication training for workers in general industry.
  • Hazard Communication for Today's Workplace
    #HA010 - VHS, English, #HA011 - VHS, Spanish (18 min. 2002)

    Occupational
    • General description of chemicals
    • Reading, recognition, and labeling hazardous material
    • Detailed description of MSDS
  • Hazard Communication: Your Key to Chemical Safety
    #HA030 - DVD (15 min. 2009)

    Occupational
    Despite years of training on hazard communication, employees often ignore the hazards of chemicals in the workplace. Program takes a fresh approach to this topic and gives practical information on the use of chemicals to answer the following four questions: What am I working with? Can it hurt me? How do I protect myself? What do I do if something goes wrong? The program also covers new information on the new Global Harmonization labeling system.
  • HazCom-Right To Know
    #HA004 - VHS (10 min. 1997)

    Occupational
    Comply with retraining requirements for 1910.1200 and give your employees a clear message: ""Don't neglect chemical dangers on the job!"" Encourage them to use HazCom information!
    • Hazardous material definition & OSHA Safety Std.
    • Labels: information on them, following instructions
    • MSDS: section-by-section information
    • Labeling containers, using labeled materials
  • HAZCOM and the Global Harmonizing System: Employee Training
    #HA031 - DVD (23 min. added 2012)

    Occupational
    This program is designed to help employees understand the three key elements of the GHS: Hazard Classification, container labeling and Safety Data Sheets. Topics include the written Hazard Communication plan, physical and health hazard classes, pictograms, signal words and other information found on GHS container labels and the 16 sections of a Safety Data Sheet.
  • HazCom — What You Don't Know Can Hurt You
    #HA016 - VHS (12 min. 1994)

    Occupational
    This video is based on the hazcom standard. The goal of hazcom training is to ensure that all employees are aware of the specific hazardous chemicals in their own workspace and have sufficient knowledge to protect themselves.
  • MSDS
    #MA005 - VHS (5 min. 1992)

    Occupational
    Material safety data sheets are designed to provide information to protect employees from hazardous chemicals. This video explains MSDS in detail.
  • MSDS: Read It Before You Need It
    #MS001 - VHS (20 min. 1995)

    Occupational
    Discusses everything you need to know about reading, using and understanding the MSDS. Includes:
    • Product information
    • Exposure situations
    • Hazard prevention and personal protection
    • Toxicology, ecology and disposal
    • Transportation
    • Regulatory information
  • Right to Know For Building & Construction Companies
    #RI100 - DVD (12 min. 2004)

    Occupational
    This video training program gives employees the information they need to refresh their knowledge of OSHA's Hazard Communication Standard . . . as cost effectively as possible. Topics covered in these products include:
    • what is a 'hazardous' chemical?
    • health hazards
    • physical hazards
    • common types of hazardous chemicals
    • container labels
    • material safety data sheets
    • personal protective equipment
    • safe work practices
    • storage considerations
    • clean-up and disposal
    • and more
  • Right-To-Know Industrial Facilities
    #RI007 - DVD (21 min. 1996)

    Occupational
    All employees have the right-to-know about hazardous substances that may be encountered in the workplace. OSHA enacted the Hazard Communication Standard to make sure workers have the information, training and equipment to work safely around hazardous chemicals. This video details chemical hazard information that is communicated to employees through Material Safety Data Sheets, container labels and the facility's written Hazard Communication Program. The classes of chemicals, terms associated with communicating hazards and protection against those hazards are also explained in the videotape program.
  • Right-to-Know Update
    #RI000 - VHS (21 min. 1996)

    Occupational
    Update compliance with 1910.1200. Perfect for retraining.
    • MSDS, HazCom program
    • Hazards of workplace chemicals
    • Protective measures
    • Accident procedures and first aid
  • Safety Data Sheets in HAZWOPER Environments
    #SA000 - DVD (16 min. added 2015)

    Occupational
    Hazardous materials and waste are a part of many work situations, and can be found in many types of facilities and job sites. It is very important for employees to know how to recognize these potentially dangerous substances, and how to handle and dispose of them properly. Topics covered in this safety video include: The importance of Safety Data Sheets, The SDS's role in the Hazard Communication Standard, The advantages of the new SDS format, The four basic questions the SDS is designed to answer, A review of the sections in the SDS.
  • The MSDS: Information You Can Use
    #MS004 - VHS (19 min. 1994)

    Occupational
    This program explains how MSDS information provides the answers to critical questions in an emergency. Explains types of information that can be found in the sixteen sections of the standard MSDS as well as how this information can be used. A valuable film for initial training as well as a refresher training for your employees.
  • Toxicology
    #TO002 - VHS (10 min. 1995)

    Occupational
    Defines toxicology, toxin and toxicity, dose versus concentration, parts per million, acute versus chronic toxicity, TLV (threshold limit value), time weighted average, skin notations, ceilings, and short-term exposure limits.
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