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Protection From Heat Related Illnesses
22 min, 2011, Video Communications
Working in a hot environment can present a number of hazards that go beyond feeling uncomfortable. For workers who are outdoors in the summer or workers who are indoors in a hot workplace there can be a significant risk of heat-induced disorders. This training program goes over several issues relative to working in high temperatures and trains your employees on the different types of heat related illnesses, how to recognize them, and what to do if they or a co-worker experiences a heat related illness.
Understanding & Preventing Heat-Related Illnesses
17 min, 2011, ERI Safety Videos
As hot conditions intensify this summer and we continue to perform our regular job duties, the potential for heat-related illnesses rises dramatically. Collectively known as heat stress, these illnesses are serious and can even cause death in some cases. Your employees must be vigilant in their efforts to prevent them. This program discusses how hot conditions affect the human body, the symptoms of heat-related ailments and what to do if we start to experience them, how to treat victims of heat stress and most importantly, the precautions that must be taken to avoid problems when working in hot environments. Other topics include becoming acclimated to the heat, use of the buddy system, preventing heat stress at indoor facilities and specialized clothing and protective devices for working in hot conditions.
Understanding & Preventing Heat-Related Illnesses - Concise
9 min, 2011, ERI Safety Videos
As hot conditions intensify this summer and we continue to perform our regular job duties, the potential for heat-related illnesses rises dramatically. Collectively known as heat stress, these illnesses are serious and can even cause death in some cases. Your employees must be vigilant in their efforts to prevent them. This program discusses how hot conditions affect the human body, the symptoms of heat-related ailments and what to do if we start to experience them, how to treat victims of heat stress and most importantly, the precautions that must be taken to avoid problems when working in hot environments.
Heat Stress - Real Accident, Real Stories
14 min, 2010, Wumbus
Your employees will learn while listening to a set of attention-grabbing personal accounts of incidents when safety was neglected in high temperature situations, both indoors and outdoors. This program includes commentary on what workers need to know about heat stress symptoms and prevention. Workers will gain an understanding of the many hazards of working in the heat, including dehydration, heat cramps, heat stroke, and heat exhaustion. This compelling program teaches them how to potentially minimize these hazards through proper heat stress training.
13 min, 2010, Marcom
The body is a powerful machine, capable of performing massive amounts of work. And like any machine, when it's pushed hard, your body can produce a lot of heat. Whether you're outside under a hot sun, inside a busy factory, or bundled up against the cold, you need to be careful when your body heats up. This program reviews how heat affects the body, the steps your employees can take to prevent heat stress, and elementary first aid that can be given to a worker who has been affected by a heat-related illness.
Heat Stress in Construction Environments
12 mins, 2009, Marcom
Working in a hot environment can present a number of hazards that go beyond feeling uncomfortable. For workers who are outdoors in the summer or workers who are indoors in a hot workplace such as an enclosed construction site there can be a significant risk of heat-induced disorders. This informative training video on reminds employees that heat-related illnesses can occur in many situations, and reviews what can be done to address these situations.
16 mins, 2009, Marcom
Over the years employers have discovered that their employees miss more time from work as a result of off-the-job accidents than due to injuries experienced on the job. Many of these accidents occur during the winter holidays, as employees do things that they are not familiar with or haven't done since last year. Fortunately, most of these accidents can be prevented through effective training.
Working Safely in Cold Weather
16 mins, 2009, Wumbus
Cold stress can mentally and physically disorient workers. This video addresses the many hazardous and potentially dangerous situations of working in cold weather. It illustrates how workers can plan ahead to protect themselves from hypothermia, frostbite and treacherous driving conditions that can be life threatening in cold stress environments.
Heat Stress: Staying Healthy, Working Safely
14 mins, Wumbus
This video clearly defines heat stress and highlights the dangers of working in environments where heat can cause serious injury. It addresses proper clothing, hydration, and work habits that workers need to stay healthy and work safely in the heat. It also shows how to identify, prevent and treat the three basic types of heat illnesses.
Heat Stress (HAZWOPER)
19 min, 2000, Marcom
In 1976, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) issued the Resource Conservation and Recovery Act (RCRA) to regulate the handling of hazardous waste "from cradle to grave". Since then other regulations have followed, including OSHA's 29 CFR 1910.120, also known as HAZWOPER. As part of these regulations, there are varying requirements for employee training, depending on an employee's specific level of involvement with hazardous materials. This HAZWOPER specific Heat Stress video helps employees understand the need to guard against heat-related illnesses and what steps they can take to protect themselves in their work environments.
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