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Safety Videos

The Unofficial Guide to the OSHA now presents the Safety Videos Library. Via these safety videos you are able to learn about any topic related to safety at work. The Safety Videos Library also contains free safety video clips, OSHA videos, safety tips videos, educational safety videos, funny safety videos, accident videos, construction safety videos, fire safety videos and much more.

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safety rights

The Right To Safety At Work

As a worker, you have the right to know about danger. Your employer must tell you about hazardous materials or equipment used in your workplace. You should also receive training before using any such materials or equipment. Watch this safety video to get the idea.

forklift safety

Forklift Safety - Stay In The Cage

The modern lift truck is an amazing piece of machinery.
Watch where you place your hands and feet. Be aware of and stay clear of pinch points.Stay under the overhead guard. It is designed to protect you while you operate the truck. Learn more about forklift safety with this free safety video.

leg protection

Chainsaw Leg Protection

OSHA does not approve any safety equipment. OSHA sometimes refers to commercial product standards in its regulations, but in the case of chain saw leg protection this was overlooked.
This safety video is dedicated to both amateurs and professionals wood-cutters.

hazard communication

Hazard Communication

All employers with hazardous chemicals in their workplaces must have labels and MSDSs for their exposed workers, and train them to handle the chemicals appropriately. Learn a few more things with this safety video about the Hazard Communication Standard (HCS).


Hazcom - Your Right to Know About It

A great sample video segment from HAZCOM training program.

bloodborn pathogens training

Bloodborne Pathogens

Bloodborne pathogens is one of the most important safety topics.
This safety video provides information and knowledge about bloodborne pathogens.

prevent back injuries

Back Inhuries with Captain Safety

Learn the safety meaning with the one and the only - Captain Safety. This time you will be able to easily understand how to prevent back injuries.

electrical safety video

Electrical Safety with Capitan Safety

Electrical safety tips with Capitan Safety.

workplace hazards

How to Avoid Hazards

Captain safety teaches us how to avoid workplace hazards.

hand safety

Hand Safety - Give Safety a Hand with Capitan Safety

Captain safety guides us how to give safety a hand.



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