Home > Work Safe > Video Library > Video Catalog by Topic Categories > Slips, Trips and Falls

Video Library: Slips, Trips and Falls

Don't Fall Down On the Job: Preventing Slips, Trips and Falls
Fall Factors: Preventing Slips, Trips and Falls
How to Prevent Slips and Falls
I Can't Get No Traction
Preventing Slips and Falls
Safety On The Job: Slips, Trips and Falls
Small Falls are a Big Deal
Walking and Working Surfaces: Watch Your Step!
Winter Walking: Staying on your Feet

  • Don't Fall Down On the Job: Preventing Slips, Trips and Falls
    #DF001 - VHS (17 min. 2000)

    This program is excellent for showing workers the hazards that exist in the workplace which may lead to slips, trips, and falls and the steps they can take to prevent slip and fall related accidents. Safety considerations for using stairways, ladders, and scaffolds are also discussed.
  • Fall Factors: Preventing Slips, Trips and Falls
    #FA000 - DVD (20 min. added 2012)

    By understanding how "fall factors" such as balance, gravity, friction and momentum contribute to incidents, we can take preventative measures to prevent falls. That's the purpose of this program — to prevent fall-related incidents by providing viewers with an understanding of the factors involved in every fall as well as the common hazards and unsafe actions that make a fall much more likely. Also reviewed are the techniques and safe work practices that we can use to control the factors that contribute to slip, trips and falls.
  • How to Prevent Slips and Falls
    #HO000 - VHS, English, #HO099 - VHS, Spanish (13 min. 2001)

    • General presentation of prevention methods
    • Analyzes many different slip and fall environments
    • Explains the three "E" safety method
  • I Can't Get No Traction
    #IC000 - DVD (4 min. added 2015)

    This upbeat music video spotlights common slip, trip and fall hazards in unique and entertaining fashion. Inspired by the Rolling Stones tune, "Satisfaction," the custom lyrics to this music video provide a warning to those workers who move about the workplace in an unsafe manner.
  • Preventing Slips and Falls
    #PR013 - VHS (7 min. 1994)

    Topics include:
    • Elements of an effective sweeping program
    • Type of wax used to prevent slips and falls
    • How to wipe up oily residue
  • Safety On The Job: Slips, Trips And Falls
    #SL011 - VHS (16 min. 1991)

    Slips, trips and falls are a leading cause of injury and death on the job. Every year, more than 200,000 employees are seriously hurt—some are even killed—in falls. And office workers account for more than twice as many slips and falls as non-office workers. Concise narration and dramatic vignettes teach employees and their supervisors how to eliminate the causes of falls, and to cooperate in correcting or reporting potential hazards. With awareness and a sense of responsibility, employees can learn to prevent dangerous slips, trips and falls.
  • Small Falls are a Big Deal
    #SM002 - VHS & #SM003 - DVD (21 min. 2006)

    In this video, Martin Lesperance recalls stories of fall injuries he has attended as a firefighter and EMT to make the point that small falls can be a big deal. Some of the worst fall injuries don't always involve someone plummeting from a high place such as a 100-foot chemical tank; they result from simple incidents like a trip over an unsecured rug or a slip on a slippery substance. While these types of falls rarely make the evening news, they can result in broken bones, skull fractures and other disabling conditions. Martin also stresses that we can prevent most fall injuries by recognizing and controlling all fall hazards we encounter. Topics include the importance of wearing proper footwear, recognizing and controlling slip and trip hazards, transitional areas and changing walking surface conditions, correcting fall hazards, situational awareness and moving from one level to another.
  • Walking and Working Surfaces: Watch Your Step!
    #WA003 - DVD (18 min., 2009)

    Walking and working on surfaces can be a rough experience, as slips, trips and falls can occur anytime. But through this important program, you can polish your safety standards on various walking and working surfaces. This program also helps you comply with OSHA's proposed 1910 Subpart I.
    • Ramps
    • Scaffolds
    • Platforms
  • 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.
To receive the video catalog by mail, contact Angie Kupczak at 800-444-9150 or 651-228-7302.