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Safety Training Video List - Confined Space, Driver and Earthquake Safety

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5.1 "Part 1: Confined Space Entry"
Tel-A-Train (1993)
Defines confined spaces, entry permits, hazards, entry team and rescue services.
5.2 "Part 2: Testing Confined Spaces"
Tel-A-Train (1993)
Explains why monitoring is necessary. Describes gas detection equipment and testing procedures.
5.3 "Part 3: Working Inside Confined Space"
Tel-A-Train (1993)
Explains safe work practices in a confined space, purging, and ventilation.
5.4 "Confined Space Entry"
CLMI (1996)
See Liz Murphy for copy
Overview of confined space entry procedures and regulations.
6.1 "Top Driver"
National Safety Council (1995) (includes workbook and audio tapes)
Gives basic advice on how to drive safely.
• Basic driving tips
• Rules to know
• How to take turns
• Driving in adverse conditions
7.1 "Academic Aftershocks"
Office of Emergency Services (1995) 2 copies
How Cal State Northridge dealt with a destructive earthquake. This video shows what problems can be expected on an academic campus after a major earthquake and how these problems can be dealt with and prevented.
7.2 I: "Anytime, Anywhere - Earthquakes"
Stanford Public Safety Services
Video made for undergrads at Stanford. The audio/visual quality is not the best, but there is some good, Stanford-specific information.
II: "Earthquake Do's and Don'ts"
LSB Productions
John Ritter emphasizes awareness of earthquake safety measures.
7.3 "Surviving The Big One: How to Prepare for A Major Earthquake"
KCET Video Productions (1989)
Suggestions and practical tips on earthquake safety and survivorship- for the home, office, freeway and public areas. Although long, it is informative and uses humor effectively enough to sustain attention.
7.4 "Earthquake 101"
UCLA Instructional Media Library (1992)
Uses a humorous approach to earthquake preparedness on campus. Made for UCLA but has good information for any campus. Discusses the actions to take before, during and after an earthquake.
7.5 "When the Bay Area Quakes"
US Geological Society
This carefully crafted video uses maps,animation, interviews and footage of both the 1989 and the 1906 earthquake to explain the three main causes of earthquake damage.

"Brace Your Space: Earthquake Safety in the Work Environment"
UC Berkeley Extension Copyright (1991)

Reviews the experience of the 1989 Loma Prieta Earthquake, and the lessons learned about bracing
non-structural elements such as furniture, equipment, plants, books, etc. to minimize falling hazards.

7.8 "Post Earthquake Safety Evaluation of Buildings"
Washington State Department of Transportation
7.9 "An ounce of Prevention: Strengthening Wood Frame Home for Earthquake Safety" 5:00

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