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OSHA -> The Safety Videos Library (2)

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The Safety Videos Library also contains safety training videos, OSHA compliance videos, workplace safety videos, electrical safety videos and overall safety at work related video clips.

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explosive battery

Avoid Battery Explosion

A battery explosion is caused by the misuse or malfunction of a battery, such as attempting to recharge a primary (non-rechargeable) battery,or short circuiting a battery.
Watch this safety video and avoid battery explosion.

bucking and cutting trees safety

Bucking and Cutting Trees Safety

You could learn the safety information from experience alone but that may have a very high price - mishap and injury. safe way to prepare yourself for operating a chain saw is to read the operator's manual and obtain training from someone who is experienced with chain saws.

personal protective equipment - cutting trees safety

Cut Down Tree Safely - Personal Protective Equipment

Safety is key when felling trees. Properly outfit yourself for chainsaw use with (PPE) Personal Protective Equipment.

fall prevention

Fall Prevention with Capitan Safety

Workplace falls. It has been documented for decades that falls are a major source of injury in the workplace. Learn how to avoid falls with Captain Safety.

safety glasses

Safety Glasses - Live Demonstration

Eye injuries are about the easiest of injuries to avoid. It's simple: Wear Your Safety Glasses! Watch this safety video how to protect your eyesight from lasers.

chainsaw sharpening safety

Cainsaw Sharpening Safety

Be sure to wear gloves or cover the chain with a heavy rag when sharpening the saw teeth.The newly sharpened teeth will easily inflict injury. File or grind according to instructions for best performance.

protect your eyes

Protect Your Eyesight

A workplace safety video which is a bit ghastly but very powerful way to understand the meaning of eye safety and eye protection.

safety at work 101

Safety 101

A preview of a safety training and engineering control conduct by ES Squared.

ppe in the workplace

Personal Protective Equipment

Personal Protective Equipment training preview from Workplace Safety Awareness Council.

wasn't me

"Wasn't Me!"

An amusing safety video about the one who it's all his fault - "Wasn't Me".



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