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MSSC’s Video Rental Program

 
The below listing of safety videos are available at no charge to MSSC members. Non-members can rent videos for $100/video. Rentals are checked out for a period of one week. After that time, videos are subject to a $10/day fee. Damaged, lost, or unreturned videos are subject to a purchase fee of $400.00

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CHEMICAL

Chemical Handling Safety – Corrosives

This program teaches you and your employees how to recognize, use, and handle corrosive materials safely. It covers:

  • Identification and classification
  • Solids, liquids and gases
  • Emergency procedures
  • Storage and handling

Duration: 18 Mins

Chemical Handling Safety – Flammables

Fire is always a threat in the workplace and flammable chemicals drastically increase the chances of one occurring. But with this program, your employees can lessen these risks by knowing how to handle flammables properly. It covers:

  • Identification and handling
  • Fire 101
  • Emergency response

Duration: 17 Mins

Chemical Handling Safety – Solvents

Solvents are tricky, and if handled improperly, can cause very serious accidents. But with this program, your employees will gain a better understanding about solvents, including preparation and good work practices. This way, not only will your company get the most out of solvents but you also help protect everyone’s safety.

  • Common solvents
  • Protecting yourself

Duration:17 Mins

Chemical Handling Safety – The Basics

The simplest formula for safety is knowledge and enforcement. This program teaches employees how to identify, handle, and store dangerous chemicals safely and properly, as well as forming a healthy work routine that revolves around safety. More importantly, they will be trained how to respond effectively in case of an emergency. The training illustrates:

  • Hazard identification
  • Personal protection
  • Emergency response

Duration: 19 Mins

Decontamination: A Matter of Life!

Decontamination is a key part to controlling any hazardous waste incident in the workplace. And this no-spills and no-frills program trains employees on proper decontamination procedures, including:

  • Tool drop
  • Wash/rinse
  • Clothing/equipment removal
  • Shower/dry/redress
  • Recordkeeping

Duration: 15 Mins

DOT HazMat General Awareness/Familiarization

Since the adoption of the Global Harmonization Systems (GHS), the regulations governing the transport of hazardous materials have undergone numerous changes. DOT/Pipeline and Hazardous Materials Safety Administration (DOT/PHMSA) regulations (49 CFR 172.704) require that all ‘hazmat employers’ train their ‘hazmat employees’ on four different areas. DOT HazMat General Awareness/Familiarization provides up-to-date, concise training to help satisfy the General Awareness requirement.

Duration: 26 Mins

GHS Safety Data Sheet – GHS Labeling

The Globally Harmonized System(GHS) is an international approach to hazard communication, providing a new system for classification of chemical hazards, and a standardized approach to labels and safety data sheets. OSHA is requiring that employees are trained on the new labels(e.g., pictograms and signal words)and Safety Data Sheet format.

CLMI’s exciting new “GHS Labels and Safety Data Sheets” training program will help your employees::

  • Understand the new GHS label elements
  • Identify the new GHS pictograms
  • Read and interpret the new GHS Safety Data Sheets

Duration: 10 & 14 Mins

Hazard Communication: Your Key to Chemical Safety

Despite years of training on Hazard Communication, employees often ignore the hazards of chemicals in the workplace. CLMI’s new video program takes a fresh approach to this topic and gives practical information on the use of chemicals to answer the following six questions:

  1. What am I working with?
  2. Can it hurt me?
  3. How do I protect myself?
  4. What do I do if something goes wrong?
  5. Do I understand the new GHS label elements?
  6. Can I Identify the new GHS pictograms?

Duration: 8 Mins

Hazwoper: First Responder Operations Level

After awareness comes action, but one doesn’t have to be in the thick of it all. Level 2 responders contain the release from a safe distance, and they’ll learn how to do that with this program.

  • Hazard and risk assessment
  • Personal protective equipment
  • Control, containment, confinement
  • Standard operating procedures

Duration: 17 Mins

Hydrogen Sulfide: Employee Training

Hydrogen Sulfide is one of the most dangerous industrial gasses, this video explains the dangers associated with exposure. You will learn about proper procedures for monitoring employee exposure to hydrogen sulfide, signs and symptoms of exposure and how to protect yourself and others from hydrogen sulfide.

Duration: 20 Mins

One Tiny Spark: Flammable Liquid Safety

With flammable liquids, it can take only one tiny spark to trigger a fire or explosion. Being aware and committed to safe habits every time is the key to avoiding a potentially deadly accident. This program educates employees on the elements that can cause fires, ignition sources and control methods.

Duration: 14 Mins

Small Spills & Leaks

Leaks and spills can cause serious problems in your facility very quickly, but you can mop them up with this program.

  • Supervisor notification
  • Securing
  • Cleanup/decontamination/PPE

Duration: 14 Mins

ELECTRICAL

Electrical Safety for Qualified Workers

Electricity is a powerful force that can cause serious injury and death. When it comes to electrical job tasks, it only takes an instant to turn a momentary mistake into a fatality. This is why qualified electrical workers must understand the hazards presented by exposed energized parts and know how to protect themselves through the use of safe electrical work practices.

That’s the purpose of this program–to explain the safety precautions these employees must always take to avoid needless tragedies while performing any type of electrical work. Topics include the definition of a qualified worker, approach boundaries, the shock hazard of electricity, voltage-rated gloves and PPE, the arc flash boundary, PPE Levels of arc flash protection, creating and verifying an electrically safe work condition and exceptions when energized work is allowed.

Duration: 20 Mins

2012 NFPA 70E: Electrical Safety in the Workplace

The National Fire Protection Association, NFPA, is the leading authority on electrical safety, especially in relation to protecting electrical workers from burn injuries associated with arc blasts. The most recent 2012 NFPA 70E standard has many changes and updates as compared to the outdated 2009 edition. In this program, the dual hazards of electric shock and arc flash are clearly explained and highlighted with dramatic arc flash footage, full-scale explosions and realistic reenactments of flammable clothing ignition due to arc flash incidents. While convincing your workers of the importance of wearing proper PPE, the video also explains the critical parts of the 2012 70E standard in detail.

Topics include qualified electrical worker requirements, creating an electrically safe working condition, confirming a zero energy state, energized electrical work permits, approach boundaries, incident energy level, arc flash boundaries, hazard risk categories and how to properly dress for arc flash protection.

Duration: 26 Mins

Electrical Safety: Beware the Bite

An electrical shock is like the bite of a poisonous snake! Take the sting out of the danger now and protect your employees with life-saving information. Sink your teeth into this program that gives the low-down on electrical safety.

  • Conductivity
  • Lockout/tagout
  • Safe work practices
  • PPE
  • Emergency response

Duration: 21 Mins

Electrical Safety: What Everyone Should Know

A lot of safety training is directed at electricians and other qualified workers. But what about the rest of us? Electricity is something that we use everyday and sometimes ignore its hazards. This program will present information on how electricity works, what it can do to the human body and how to use electricity safely. This information is presented at a level for everyone who works with electrically powered tools, equipment and appliances and presents what everyone should know to stay safe.

Duration: 16 Mins

FORKLIFT

Boom Lifts for Construction

Boomlifts are one of the most widely used types of equipment in the construction industry. Because of their widespread use, boomlifts have a higher likelyhood of being involved in accidents. For their safety, your workers must master proper boomlift operation with this life-saving program.

Topics include:

  • Lifting principles
  • Walk around inspections
  • Controls
  • Electricity
  • Operation

Duration: 11 Mins

Forklift Safety Essentials

A forklift is a powerful and safe tool when used well by a trained operator. However, forklift safety is often not well understood by many operators and this can increase the risk of accidents. Every year pedestrians and operators are killed and injured as a result of unsafe forklift operation.

Training of operators in the principles of forklift safety can prevent accidents occurring at your workplace.

Topics covered in Forklift Safety Essentials include:

  • Checking for Safety
  • The Operating Environment
  • Forklift Attachments
  • Fueling and Recharging
  • Traveling & Traffic Controls
  • Lifting and Moving Loads
  • Parking the Forklift

Duration: 26 Mins

Handle With Care: Forklift Safety Training

This video covers the safe operation of construction forklifts (rough terrain versions).

Duration: 17 Mins

On The Go: Forklift Safety (Construction Tele-Handler)

A forklift is a powerful and safe tool when used well by a trained operator. However, forklift safety is often not well understood by many operators and this can increase the risk of accidents. Every year pedestrians and operators are killed and injured as a result of unsafe forklift operation.

Training of operators in the principles of forklift safety can prevent accidents occurring at your workplace.

Topics covered in Forklift Safety Essentials include:

  • Checking for Safety
  • The Operating Environment
  • Forklift Attachments
  • Fueling and Recharging
  • Traveling & Traffic Controls
  • Lifting and Moving Loads
  • Parking the Forklift

Duration: 26 Mins

Order Picker Safety

Designed to provide your employees with the equipment-specific training needed to comply with OSHA’s powered industrial truck standard, Order Picker Safety will educate your employees on this commonly-used type of powered industrial truck.

Your employees will learn:

  • How Order Pickers Work
  • How to Correctly Perform Pre-use Inspections
  • How to Safely Operate Order Pickers

Duration: 9 Mins

Powered Pallet Jack Safety

Designed to provide your employees with the equipment-specific training needed to comply with OSHA’s powered industrial truck standard, Powered Pallet Jack Safety will educate your employees on this commonly-used type of powered industrial truck.

Your employees will learn:

  • How Powered Pallet Jacks Work
  • How to Correctly Perform Pre-use Inspections
  • How to Safely Operate a Powered Pallet Jack

Duration: 8 Mins

Reach Truck Safety

Designed to provide your employees with the equipment-specific training needed to comply with OSHA’s powered industrial truck standard, Reach Truck Safety will educate your employees on this commonly-used type of powered industrial truck.

Your employees will learn:

  • How Reach Trucks Work
  • How to Correctly Perform Pre-use Inspections
  • How to Safely Operate the Truck

Duration: 8 Mins

MISCELLANEOUS

One Will Die: The John Martin Story

This program brings the dramatic true story surrounding John’s incident to life, including the events that led up to the tragedy, a reenactment of the incident, testimony from his co-workers and the impact the incident had on John, his family and his co-workers. Viewers will learn valuable safety lessons about off-job distractions, speaking up when co-workers take risks, the consequences of ignoring required safe work practices, the importance of wearing appropriate PPE and allowing co-workers to influence our decisions about safety.

Duration: 20 Mins

OFFICE

Making it Fit: Improving Our Office Comfort

A desk, a chair, a phone, a monitor, a keyboard and a mouse are the standard working tools of millions of people. But these simple tools can take their toll when we don’t fit the equipment to the physical needs of the office worker. This program covers ergonomics in the office environment and how to avoid the fatigue, strain and stress that can result from the poor office setup.

PROGRAM HIGHLIGHTS:

We start out discussing posture and how it is affected by office equipment. Next we cover the specifics of how to adjust equipment correctly for a comfortable fit. Finally, we emphasize the importance of positioning and moving our bodies as we work.

Duration: 18 Mins

The Back Owner’s Guide to Lifting & Stretching

For all who have come to love the wit and wisdom of Mike Melnik, CLMI is proud to present “The Back Owner’s Guide To Lifting and Stretching”! Over 250,000 participants have viewed this dynamic presentation of simple, practical and time tested principles for back care. Mike’s high energy style makes this program a fun way to learn how to take care of your back!

Duration: 16 Mins

SAFETY

Confined Space Entry: A Deadly Situation

Working is spaces such as manholes, tanks, ducts and pits is just a part of the job for the workers in many industries. No matter how familiar employees may be with a space, there will always be risks. The hazards in a confined space can be deadly, but with careful planning, the right equipment and thorough training, the hazards inside a confined space can be controlled. This program is an all new modular training program that covers the following areas:

  • Confined Space Hazards
  • Confined Space Protection
  • Confined Space Ventilation
  • Confined Space Entry

Duration: 21 Mins

Construction Fall Protection: We All Win

This program covers the information that workers need to keep themselves safe while working at heights.The video is a 5-part modular video presentation that can be used to educate both new and experienced workers and covers the following:

Module 1: Introduction to Fall Protection
Module 2: Fall Prevention Systems
Module 3: Personal Fall Arrest Systems
Module 4: Using Personal Fall Arrest Systems
Module 5: Rescue

Duration: 20 Mins

Contractor Safety: It’s Everybody’s Business

Safety can be a challenging issue on any construction site. But with this program, employees can easily learn to team up, keep everyone safe and get the job done right on time. Contractor Safety: It’s Everybody’s Business informs all employees to the most common safety hazards and it shows concrete ways to avoid them. The program also lays down the requirements for the general contractor, including accepted standards and procedures.

Duration: 21 Mins

Defensive Driving: A Crash Course

Motor vehicle accidents consistently account for a huge number of injuries and lost work days each year. Keep your drivers safe behind the wheel, on the job and off. Give them the tips they need to become defensive drivers and avoid costly accidents.

  • Plan and prepare
  • A defensive attitude
  • Distractions
  • City driving
  • Freeways
  • Rural roads

Duration: 15 Mins

Employee Safety Orientation: Starting Out Right

Ten Fundamental Safety Topics for All Employees!

For most people starting a new job can be confusing and even a bit stressful. There’s a lot to learn ranging from where the break room is to how to sign up for benefits to learning the new job itself. While no one expects a new employee to remember everything right away, it is important to make safety an immediate job priority.

Ranging from 1 to 6 minutes in length the Program Videos have been broken into individual video modules and may be presented based on the information covered during your Employee Orientation session. You may tailor the training by clicking the topics you need for your employees.

  • Training Content
  • Introduction to Safety
  • Personal Protective Equipment
  • Hearing Protection
  • Hand Protection
  • Head Protection
  • Eye Protection
  • Foot Protection
  • Respiratory Protection
  • Material Handling
  • Slips, Trips and Falls
  • Forklifts and Pedestrians
  • Hazard Communication
  • Lockout-Tagout
  • Bloodborne Pathogens
  • Emergency Response
  • Injury Reporting

Duration:42 Mins

Hearing Protection: It Makes Sense

Hearing lose is a silent and gradual process, caused by consistent and prolonged exposure to abnormal noise levels. Halt hearing impairment through a combination of monitoring procedures, engineered noise reduction controls and PPE basics, including use, maintenance and disposal of earmuffs and earplugs.

  • The human ear
  • Preventing hearing loss
  • Audiometric testing
  • Engineering and administrative controls
  • PPE

Duration: 22 Mins

Personal Fall Protection: One Step Beyond

Each year around 150 to 200 workers are killed and more than 100,000 are injured because of falls. When your workers are working at heights, you cannot let safety standards come crashing down. This training program, based on Subpart M of OSHA Standard 1926, highlights fall protection measures for general industry employees It covers:

  • Personal fall protection systems
  • Lifelines, snaphooks and harnesses
  • Rescue
  • Equipment care and inspection.

Duration: 13 Mins

Personal Protective Equipment

Everyone expects their workplace to be safe and risk free. But there are hazards that sometimes can’t be controlled. That’s when you need to use Personal Protective Equipment or PPE. The personal part is important because PPE is specifically selected by employers to be worn by workers to protect them from the hazards of the job. Whether it is eyes, head, feet or hands, this program will educate your employees on the importance of PPE and how to select, use and maintain this important equipment.

Training Content:

  • Employer and Employee Responsibilities
  • Eye Protection
  • Head Protection
  • Foot Protection
  • Hand and Skin Protection

Duration: 12 Mins

Preventing Fires During Hot Work Operations

Welding, grinding, cutting, open flame and other spark-producing tools and operations are all capable of starting dangerous fires in our workplaces. Collectively known as hot work, such processes require specific permits and procedures be followed to prevent the ignition of vapors, liquids and solids that may be in or near the work area. Careless hot work operations can quickly lead to fires, extensive property damage, severe injuries or death.

This program discusses the safe work practices that should be taken to prevent such incidents and reviews the responsibilities of those workers involved in hot work tasks.

Duration: 15 Mins

Preventing Hand Injuries

Hand injuries on the job can happen for many different reasons and the results of those injuries can be life-changing. In less than a second hands can be cut, crushed, burned or even worse. By following good safety practices, hand injuries can be prevented. This program presents information on how hands get injured and what workers can do to prevent them including common injuries, the hazards to look out for and safe practices workers need to take to protect their hands.

Duration: 10 Mins

Respiratory Protection: Another World

Breeze through the airborne dangers with this program. Comply with OSHA 1910.134 and help workers avoid exposure to hazardous substances, which lead to serious health effects and other chronic illnesses. The program discusses:

  • OSHA’s Respiratory Protection standard
  • Hazardous atmospheres
  • Types of respirators
  • Fit testing

Duration: 20 Mins