Public Agency Safety Training Package by Atlantic Training

Public Agency Safety Training Package
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3002A   TRAFFIC CONTROL
(English or Spanish) (16 Min.) 
This video covers traffic control topics such as flagger safety, using cones, reflective signs, and barrels to direct motorists around a road side hazard or construction site. 

3004A   BACK CARE FOR PUBLIC AGENCIES
(English or Spanish) (12 Min.) 
Most back care videos address lifting nice, clean boxes in a non-strenuous environment. In the real world, many injuries result from shoveling, operating breakers, lifting pipe and bags of concrete, etc. This program offers ways to avoid back strain.

3005A   BACKHOE SAFETY AND OPERATIONS
(English or Spanish) (8 Min.) 
Backhoes are complicated and dangerous machines requiring training for safe, efficient operations. This program is targeted toward new as well as experienced operators. It covers safe operation, maintenance, and pre-startup procedures.

3006A   DUMP TRUCK SAFETY  
(English) (11 Min.) 
Dump trucks are complicated and expensive pieces of equipment where untrained drivers can certainly be a liability. This video covers pre-startup procedures, brake systems, dumping techniques, and general safety while operating the unit.

3008A   CHLORINE SAFETY
(English) (19 Min.) 
The danger of chlorine is well documented, yet dozens of employees are injured each year by this deadly gas. This video explains the risks and hazards of chlorine as well as safe use and leak procedures.

3009A   WATER AND SEWER TREATMENT PLANT SAFETY
(English) (13 Min.) 
Treatment plants can be hazardous even though they are usually nice, clean places to work. Working with and around pumps, electricity, laboratories, and chemicals require special training. This video explains the special safety concerns of operators, technicians, and maintenance personnel.

3010A   DOG BITE PREVENTION
(English or Spanish) (11 Min.) 
Dog bites have been recognized as the number one injury for meter readers, mail carriers, and residential service employees. This video details the techniques for recognizing problem animals as well as confrontation avoidance.

3011A   CHAIN SAW SAFETY
(English or Spanish) (13 Min.) 
Public works and many other occupations often use chain saws in tree trimming, landscape maintenance and brush control, not to mention home use. The risks of injury demonstrate the need for training.

3012A   TREE TRIMMING SAFETY
(English or Spanish) (20 Min.) 
This video explains the safety and maintenance considerations for working with chain saws, chippers, high-lift trucks, and general tree trimming safety.

3015A   ASBESTOS CEMENT PIPE SAFETY
(English) (19 Min.) 
This video details the risks, hazards, and safe methods for working with asbestos/cement pipe.

3018A   CONFINED SPACE ENTRY
(English) (19 Min.) 
Confined spaces are responsible for many deaths every year due to lack of training. This video addresses the risks and operational safety standards for confined spaces commonly found in public works and construction such as testing, ventilation, and rescue procedures.

3019A   LANDSCAPE MAINTENANCE
(English or Spanish)(15 Min.) 
This program covers the general safety rules to follow when operating mowers, cutters, knives, trimmers, and weed eaters. It also covers safety when dealing with chemicals and hazardous materials associated with this industry.

3020A   COMMERCIAL MOWER SAFETY
(English) (12 Min.) 
Just in time for the spring task of mowing lawns. We have great landscaping videos, but this rounds out the series explaining safety rules when using commercial lawn mowers.

3021A   STORM WATER RUNOFF RESPONSIBILITIES
(English) (17 Min.) 
This program will discuss wet weather discharges or storm water runoff. We’ll discuss a range of information, all related to what each person and organization can do to help reduce the harmful effects of storm water runoff. Runoff is a major concern to our global environment, people, animals, and ECO systems.

3022A   WATER AGENCY SECURITY 
(English) (19 Min.) 
This program explains how the nations' water districts should protect their facilities and water supplies.

3023A   CITIZENS HOMELAND SECURITY
(English) (15 Min.)
This program addresses the natural and technological hazards citizens face. People around the world face threats posed by hostile governments or extremist groups. One of the most important things that ordinary citizens can do is become armed with knowledge, vigilance and an understanding of what to do in case of an emergency. This program will help provide knowledge you many know, or simply reinforce your understanding of terrorism and how you can help.

3024A   FLAGGER SAFETY
(English or Spanish) (15 Min.) 
This training program has been developed to explain the basic rules of Flagging and to motivate new Flaggers on their job responsibilities.  This program develops primary rules of Flagging, and reinforces the job responsibility of Flaggers.  This program uses scenes from coast to coast and highlights the death of a woman Flagger hit by a driver that ignored the rules.  This is an excellent training program for new and experienced Flaggers.

3025A   ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION AGENCY (EPA) 1990 CLEAN AIR ACT 
(English) (22 Min.) 
This video explains in plain terms the basic principles behind the Clean Air Act. It talks about state implementation plans, the risks and possible effects of losing more of the ozone layer, and some of the sources of pollutants.

3026A  CERCLA - THE COMPREHENSIVE ENVIRONMENTAL RESPONSE, COMPENSATION, AND LIABILITY ACT 
(English) (8 Min.) 
This wonderful tool teaches how hazardous waste sites are governed and restricted from certain actions. This video also explains the amendment, SARA, which was adopted in 1986. It also talks about clean up situations, prevention of contamination, and the exact purpose of SUPERFUND..

3027A  CLEAN WATER ACT 
(English) (13 Min.) 
This program explains how the CWA governs the quality, not quantity, of water. It also states how sewage treatment plants came to exist, as well as maintaining marine life.

3028A  EPA - HISTORY AND ORGANIZATION 
(English) (15 Min.) 
Brought about in the 70s, this video discusses the purpose of the Environmental Protection Act (EPA). It tells about the people who are responsible for setting guidelines and requirements, who appoint the EPA Administrator, and international commerce.

3029A  FIFRA - FEDERAL INSECTICIDE, FUNGICIDE, RODENTICIDE ACT 
(English) (17 Min.)
This program explains how FIFRA was brought into effect to protect our health and the environment. It tells about consequences of not following the laws and requirements that are set up and it defines the differences of applicator types.

3030A   EMERGENCY PLANNING COMMUNITY RIGHT TO KNOW ACT - EPCRA
(English) (20 Min.) 
Put into effect in 1986, EPCRA is used to educate states on potential chemical hazards. This video shows how and where the information can be found, which companies must report their chemical use information, and what their method of disposal is.

3031A   HYDRO-VACUUM TRUCK SAFETY
(English) (13 Min.) 
Any public agency or organization that uses these powerful vacuum trucks should make sure their employees are properly trained to operate these trucks and those employees who work around or near these high powered trucks.  This program reviews PPE requirements, operating safety and more.  This program has the “point out the hazards” format, which enhances the training and retention of the information.

3032A  OVERHEAD PENDANT HOIST SAFETY
(English) (14 Min.) 
Many types of cranes, hoists, and rigging devices are used at for lifting and moving materials. The objective is to maintain a safe workplace for employees; therefore, it cannot be overemphasized that only qualified and trained individuals shall operate these devices. The safety rules and guidance in this program apply to all operations that involve the use of overhead pendant hoists installed in or attached to buildings and to all employees, supplemental labor, and subcontractor personnel who use such devices.  Excellent training program and to complement this video, we recommend Chains, Cranes, and Slings for proper rigging procedures. 

3033A  TREATMENT PLANT SAFETY
(English) (14 Min.) 
This orientation program was designed to help train treatment plant workers in the dangers of the day to day work at a water treatment plant. Workers experience the dangers of working in or around  pumps, electricity, laboratories, and chemicals. These chemicals  require special training. This video explains the special safety concerns of operators, technicians, and maintenance personnel.

3034A  TRUCK MOUNTED ARTICULATING KNUCKLE BOOM CRANES
(English) (13 Min.) 
The truck mounted, articulating knuckle boom crane is the most versatile piece of lifting equipment in any fleet.  They are used to handle, deliver and pickup a variety of loads including, steel road plate, shoring, trench boxes, boats, vehicles, logs, iron, K rail, and much more. This video talks about the safety considerations associated with this equipment, and it teaches workers how to avoid an accident. Statistics state that in the past poorly trained operators have been at the root of far too many crane accidents industry wide.   

3035A   SAFETY ORIENTATION FOR PUBLIC AGENCY EMPLOYEES
(English) (24 Min.) 
This orientation program is designed to briefly go over the safety basics for someone working for a public agency. This program covers topics such as eye protection, hearing protection, respiratory protection, heat  illness, Hazcom, confined space entry, electrical safety, and much more.

3036A   PORTABLE GENERATOR HAZARDS AND HOW TO AVOID THEM
(English) (7 Min.) 
Portable generators are useful when temporary or remote electric power is needed, but they also can be hazardous. The primary hazards to avoid when using a generator are carbon monoxide (CO) poisoning from the toxic engine exhaust, electric shock or electrocution, fire, and burns. Every year, people die in incidents related to portable generator use.  This video will teach you how to avoid these hazards and safely use a portable generator.
 
3037A   BUCKET TRUCK SAFETY
(English) (14 Min.) 
Bucket trucks can be used for a variety of tasks from tree trimming to electrical work however because they can be used in such a variety tasks this can present many different types of hazards while working with them. This video is designed to teach you how to setup and use a bucket truck safely. 

3038A  BACKHOE OPERATIONS FOR PUBLIC WORKS
(English) (15 Min.) 
The Backhoe is useful for many tasks and with that this causes room for many different types of accidents to occur while using it. This video is designed to remind Backhoe operators about the hazards and safety precautions necessary to adhere to when operating this complex piece of equipment. This video covers many scenarios such as working on the job site, watching out for other co-workers, working near power lines, watching out for pinch points, properly setting the supports, no riders on the equipment, and much more.

3039A   WORKING SAFELY WITH COMPRESSED AIR
(English or Spanish) (16 Min.) 
This video is designed to teach you about the hazards of working with compressed air and compressed air powered tools. This video includes working with tools, using compressed air in the workplace, and proper protection when working with compressed air. This video even goes into a few incidences when people were reported to be hurt by not being careful or playing with compressed air. 

3040A  COMPETENT PERSON - TRENCHING AND SHORING
(English) (29 Min.) 
This program explains what OSHA defines as a Competent person in relation to Trenching and Shoring.  This program explains what the competent person would need to do to test soil samples. It also demonstrates some basic soil tests that can be used to determine the soil type.  

3041A  THE COMPETENT PERSON AND SOIL CLASSIFCATION
(English) (20 Min.) 
This program is an excellent guide to proper soil classification testing. This program illustrates the different soil types and the many different types of tests to help you classify the type of soil you will be working with.  This is an excellent program for anyone working in trenching and excavation. 

3042A  SODIUM AND CALCIUM  HYPOCHLORITE
(English) (12 Min.) 
Sodium and Calcium Hypochlorite are products widely used throughout industry as well as in water and waste water agencies. While it may be true that Sodium and Calcium Hypochlorite may be safer in some respects compared to other products, each still has their own hazards that must be respected and clearly understood prior to working with them. This program is designed to help educate you on the storage, use, health effects, and first aid related to Sodium and Calcium Hypochlorite.

3043A  VALVE CREW SAFETY
(English) (10 Min.) 
The job of a valve crew member may seem simple enough, but it is quite possible for crew members to be injured or even killed while working with valves. This program is talks about the dangers that valve crew maintenance people come to contact with each day. Some of these issues discussed are traffic control dangers, working with hand tools, machinery, debris, and operating the valve,
 
3044A  METER READER SAFETY
(English) (20 Min.) 
Most people don’t realize just how risky meter reading can be, as you are exposed to all kinds of hazards such as slip and trips, traffic, weather, aggressive dogs, venomous animals and insects and of course, the always interesting irate customer!  This program is designed to educate meter readers in some of safety related obstacles they may face when doing their job.

3045A  FIELD OPERATIONS SAFETY FOR PUBLIC WORKS AND CONSTRUCTION
(English) (24 Min.) 
The key to a safe and efficient job always starts with training. Regulatory agencies like OSHA place great value and emphasis on training.  Far too many field employees receive little or no training. This is often fatal mistake that many companies and public agencies make. The fact remains that you must be trained for every task and piece of equipment used for your job.   This program talks about several issues such as training, job safety analysis, pre-job planning, traffic control, PPE, preventing common injuries, heat stress, trenching, confined space entry, back injury prevention,  fall protection and much more. 

3046A  UTILITY CREW TRUCK SAFETY
(English) (15 Min.) 
Over the years crew truck has evolved from a simple truck for carrying tools and a few parts to a highly sophisticated vehicle with all kinds of equipment and tools and supplies.  In addition to transporting a crew to and from the job, this highly versatile vehicle can be outfitted with a wide array of attachments to make it a major asset to the organization such as lifts and hoists, welding units, compressors, aerial lift devices, and equipment for towing.  Having a good understanding of the features and safety requirements is absolutely essential to safe operation of the equipment you will be using.

3047A  SKID STEER SAFETY
(English) (16 Min.) 
Skid steer equipment has become the number one workhorse for public works and construction.   With attachments such as trenchers, plows, grapples, buckets, hoes, hydraulic breakers, sweepers, and more,  their versatility is limitless. However, as interesting as they are to operate, there are potential risks to the operator and those around them.  

3048A  WATER SYSTEM OPERATOR SAFETY
(English) (20 Min.) 
All of us depend on your skills as a knowledgeable and qualified operator.   Your profession requires a tremendous amount of knowledge and skill. In this program we will cover the basics on system operator safety.  Whether you work with raw water, potable, waste or recycled water, system operators have a key role in the operation, maintenance and safety of the public water supply.

3049A  TREATMENT PLANT LABORATORY SAFETY
(English) (17 Min.) 
The treatment plant laboratory staff makes certain our water supply is safe and properly treated.  The public is grateful for their efforts in bringing us safe water into our homes and businesses. In this program we will focus on all the risks of laboratory work.   A lot of people are mistakenly under the impression that working in a lab is just about the safest and cushiest job in the organization.  Well, nothing could be further from the truth. 

3050A  FRONT END LOADER SAFETY
(English) (15 Min.) VHS $160.00 | DVD $160.00
Front-end loaders are a versatile piece of equipment that has become a mainstay for many industries such as construction, mining, agriculture, and public works. This video talks about safety procedures when working with a Front End Loader. 

3051A  HOW TO HAVE A CHAINSAW ACCIDENT AND SUFFER THE CONSEQUENCES
(English) (9 Min.) 
As the title indicates, we will explain how to have a chainsaw accident and learn the consequences.  Let’s take a break from the action and all this safety information you’re bombarded with.  We know you are sick of hearing about safety.  Now we’ll be the first to tell you that no one wants anyone to suffer an accident and all safety rules must be followed.  You, your family and employer do not want you to have an accident, especially with chainsaws.  We believe that if we explain how to have a chain saw accident, you may be able to prevent one.

3052A  HANDLING COMPRESSED GAS SAFELY (Gory Story)
(English) (21 Min.) 
This video is designed to teach you about the hazards of working with compressed air and compressed air powered tools. This video includes working with tools, using compressed air in the workplace, and proper protection when working with compressed air. This video even goes into a few incidences when people were reported to be hurt by not being careful or playing with compressed air.

3053A  LOCKOUT / TAGOUT - GORY STORY/HIGH IMPACT
(English) (13 Min.) 
This motivational training program is designed not only for maintenance personnel, but anyone working around, near or on machines and equipment.  Reviews the training requirements of Lockout/Tagout, but graphically demonstrates what happens when short cuts and not adhering strictly to Lockout  Tagout procedures.  This is a very graphic program to send a strong message of “what could happen” if you don’t follow proper procedures.

3054A    VENOMOUS SNAKES
(English) (23 Min.) 
Little sends chills down the spine of a lot of people than snakes, especially venomous varieties. In most cases there is little to fear, but armed with knowledge your chances of an unpleasant encounter should be greatly reduced and the risk to your personal safety eliminated. There are over 3,000 species of snakes on the planet, but only 15% are dangerous. Venomous snakes found in the US  include Copperheads, Water Moccasins, Coral snakes and numerous species of Rattlesnakes. This video will teach you the basics of working around snakes, how to identify common poisonous snakes,  time of day when snakes are active, recognizing when a snake will strike, effects of being bitten, and what to do if you are bitten.

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