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BHSEA VIDEOS LIBRARY LIST

  (Available to Members only, maximum two at a time, from secretary@bhsea.org.uk 

Tapes to be returned within 14 Days.

Videotapes are loaned on the strict condition that they MUST ONLY be used by an employee of a BHSEA member.

No.

Title/Producer

Content

1.0

General

1.1

What Happens Next (18 mins)

Safety as a System.   Based on a dramatised Fork Lift Truck Accident

1.2

It Shall Be the Duty

HASAWA, Discussion TUC, CBI, HSE.

1.3

Safety and the Supervisor

Legal and Moral responsibilities of Managers and Supervisors.   Eye Accident dramatisation.

1.4

Whose Risk is it Anyway? (HSE)

 

1.5

Safe to Work (Double Tape)

Tape A

Health & Safety at Work (4.25 mins)

Workplace, Health, Safety&Welfare (5.25 mins)

Risk Assessment (4 mins)

Accident Prevention (4 mins)

Work Equipment (4.75 mins)

Electricity (3.5 mins)

Fire Safety (6 mins)

 

 

Tape B

Occupational Health (3.75 mins)

Manual Handling & Ergonomics (4.5 mins)

Substances Hazardous to Health (4.5 mins) Noise (3.75 mins)

Personal protection Equipment (2.5 mins)

First Aid (3 mins)

Health & Safety Law (4.5 mins)

1.6

First Thoughts

Introduction to Health and Safety

1.7

One Million hours

The need to prevent an Accident

1.8

Something to do with Safety Reps.

 

1.9

Safety Matters

Health and Safety at work, small businesses, fire.

1.10

Your House in Order

1/3 of accidents due to untidiness

1.11

Hand Aware (Vocam-18.5 mins.).

Covering the general use of hand tools, machines and handling operations.   It is truly excellent for a basic introduction to the often-neglected area of hand safety and would also be a great subject for refresher training.

1.12

Risk Assessment - Getting it Right. RoSPA - 19 mins.)

Good guide to the HSE's 5 Steps to Risk Assessment.

1.13

Secret Siphon (Out Takes - 22 mins)

Case History of an accident causing bankruptcy in an Engineering firm - Excellent management motivator, covering those forgotten dangers of 'Hidden Costs' occurring in any industry.

1.14

Aware, Alert, Alive (Valuation Office Agency - 27 mins)

A guide to personal security and safety whilst travelling in cars and public transport and whilst working in offices or alone away from the office.

1.15

Escaping the Maze (HSE - 20 mins)

A comprehensive guide to the sources of many types of information about health and safety matters.

1.16

Best Signs Story (HSE - 13 mins.)

Basic explanation of Safety Signs design and application.   No dialogue.

No information about other aspects of Safety Signs Regs.

1.17

Think Safe - Work Safe (CTV - 14 mins.)

Suitable for induction training or refresher training, using simple examples from a wide range of working environments.   Covers Attitudes, The Workplace, Equipment, Hazardous Substances, Posture & Lifting and Emergencies.

1.18

What all MANAGERS Need to Know About Health & Safety. (GKN/Human Focus - 19 mins.)

Good safety awareness training for Managers and Supervisors.   Although examples are drawn from an office environment, there are important lessons to be learnt in other disciplines

1.19

What EVERYONE Needs to Know About Health & Safety. (GKN/Human Focus - 18 mins.)

Drawn from an Industrial environment and is good for a speedy induction into a wide range of common hazards which new employees need to recognise and deal with - right their first morning!   Good as a refresher for the 'older dogs' as well!

1.20

Charity and Voluntary Organisations.

(HSE/CSG - 28 mins.)

Three scenarios showing hazards to be aware of in typical charity activities - Charity Shop, Lone Worker Interview away from base and Fund Raising Event.

1.21

Risk Assessment for Industry (Vocam - 18 mins)

Good instruction on the technique of risk assessment and the development of risk control measures.

1.22

Stop Slips (HSE Videos 34 mins)

Describes slips risk assessment model and hierarchy of slips control measures.   Catering, food processing plant, retail mall and motor vehicle repair shop scenarios illustrated.

1.23

Accident Investigation (Safetycare – 11.5 mins)

Addresses the reasons for investigating accidents, gives good practical advice for anyone wanting to set up an effective policy or investigation training programme

1.24

Dive safely (HSE – 38 minutes)

Educational aid for novice divers on the risk of decompression incidents, how to avoid them and how to treat the after-effects.

1.25

Lone Working (Euroview – 14 mins)

Assistance for managers in selecting staff with aid of 'competency indicators'; implementing communication procedures; assessing locations and changes in situations; monitoring and reviewing safe systems of work.

 

 

 

2.0 Construction

2.1

Construction Safety Essentials (Vocam-23.5 mins.)

This demonstrates the very wide range of hazards facing construction workers and how to avoid them.   Really good for Induction Training and very suitable for giving people a timely reminder about those things they "really knew all the time"!

2.2

A Safer Bet (35 mins)

CDM Regulations

2.3

A Site Safer

Detailed Safety Points, for Carpenter, Bricklayer etc.

2.4

Confined Spaces (Vocam)

Confined Space Entry – the risks and how to control them.

2.5

Watch that Space (CFL Vision – 35 mins.)

Construction site dramatisation of a triple fatality in a sewer.

2.6

SPLAAT – Safe Play At All Times

Children on Construction Sites

2.7

Grandad

Child Safety on Construction Sites.

2.8  

Access by Design (CFL Vision.- 20 mins)

Assessing premises and Designing Access for Disabled People

     

Cutting Edge Woodworking Machines Series (CFL Vision)

2.10

Managing for Safety (15 mins)

Shows how to develop a Safety Strategy for the whole company.

2.11

A Safe Machine (11 mins.)

Demonstrates the crucial role of Training and Good Supervision.

2.12

A Healthy Business (12 mins)

Deals with the Noise and Dust problem areas.

2.13

Building in Safety (Laing – 22 mins)

Description of the most significant causes of accidents in Construction and how to avoid them.   Also gives guidance on how to control other common risks.   Good for induction/refresher training.

2.14

High Designs (HSE – 25 mins)

Design of safe access and places of work at height during maintenance operations.

2.15

Housekeeping (Tarmac – 5Ό mins)

Illustrates typical housekeeping problems and solutions on a construction site.

2.16

Working from Heights (Tarmac – 10 mins)

Good all-round instruction on how to work safely at heights.

2.17

Manual Handling (Tarmac – 9 mins)

Common load handling techniques for construction workers.

2.18

Don't Fall For It (HSE – 12 mins)

Case studies of typical roof fall accidents – instruction on control measures

2.19

Mobile Elevated Work Platforms – Safe Operation.

(Vocam – 15 mins)

Comprehensive instruction on safe working procedures for MEWPs.

2.20

Mobile Elevated Work Platforms – Pre-use checks.

(Vocam – 12 ½ mins)

Guidance on what operators need to do before using MEWPS

2.21

How are you today? (HSE – 11 mins.)

Aimed at alerting plumbers, electricians, carpenters, gas fitters, refrigeration and telephone engineers to the hazards posed by asbestos and control measures needed to protect against it.   Also useful for managers of premises, who might have to manage asbestos.

2.22  

Ladder Safety (SafetyCare – 13 mins.)

Looks at the Maintenance, Inspection and use of ladders, steps and mobile scaffold systems.

2.23

Looking After You – Looking After Yourself.   (EuroView – 14 mins)

Looks at provision of Welfare facilities on Construction sites and control measures for a Personal Hygiene, Infectious Diseases (incl. Weil's Diseases), Dermatitis (primarily from Concrete), Vibration Hazards, provision of welfare facilities in isolated areas and Training and inspection of welfare facilities by site Foreman.

2.24  

Turning Concern Into Action (HSE – 7 mins)

Construction Summit Video 2001.   The need for action in the Construction Industry

2.25

The Benefit of Foresight (Construction Industry Council – 30 mins)

Dramatised debrief of a Construction project that experienced a serious Electrical Accident and several other incidents attracting HSE criticism.   Identifies typical shortcomings demonstrated by the Client/Architect/Planning Supervisor/Principal Contractor team

2.26

Health and Safety – Confined Spaces (Euroview – 25 mins)

Detailed look at the Confined Space Regulations.   Describes Permit-to-Work Systems and outlines training for persons involved in confined space operations

   

 

 

3.0

Engineering

 

3.1

Metalworking Fluids (HSE)

 

3.2

An introduction to Abrasive Wheels and their use with Hand-Held Cutting-off machines and Angle Grinders

Updated version to comply with PUWER.

3.3

I was only doing my job

Moulding Shop – No Guards

3.4

Safeguard (22 minute)

Engineering Workshop drama

3.5  

Work Safety Essentials (Vocam – 21 mins.)

Workshop orientated – demonstrates a wide range of hazards facing engineering workers. Good for Induction Training and Refresher Training

3.6

Welder on Site – Be Aware (Vocam – 22 mins.)

Good, practical training for supervisors, welders new to the job and for those who need a little 'freshening up'.   Shows a wide variety of hazardous situations which can occur.

3.7

Safeguarding of Dangerous Machinery (CFL Vision – 10 mins)

Description of the nine common hazards and instruction on control measures.   Good for Induction and refresher training.

3.8

Welding Safety (Safetycare – 15 mins.)

Good overview of hazards faced by welders.

3.9

Cut & Grind (Schwops – 10 mins

Based on PUWER 98, covers manufacture of wheels, bad practice and operator error that can lead to breakages, selection and use of PPE, Labelling, Inspection and Training.

3.9

On your Guard (PUWER 98).   EuroView – 17 mins

Good general introduction to PUWER 98, covering: -Designers & Manufacturers responsibilities; maintenance, inspection & testing; dangerous moving parts; guards & safety devices; other potential hazards –explosion, excessive heat/cold, leaks of dangerous materials; Start/Stop & Emergency Controls; Information & Training.

   

 

 

4.0

Office Safety

 

4.1  

Office Safety Essentials (Vocam – 18.5 mins.)

General Safety, Fire and Security precautions in the office, where it is so easy for staff to become complacent about the risks that surround them.

4.2

Health and Safety in the Office

 

4.3

To See Another Day

Office Safety, Slips, Trips and Falls.

4.4

In your own Interest (20 mins)

Safety with VDUs showing practical, cost-effective methods of workstation improvements.

4.5  

Working with Display Screen Equipment (Safetycare – 13½ mins)

VDU Safety

   

 

 

5.0

Materials Handling

 

5.1

Manual Handling for Industry (Vocam)

Risk Assessment and Follow-up action.

5.2  

Don't pick up an Injury (Workcare-19 mins.)

Manual Handling in Construction – 7 Principles; 9 Tips)

5.3  

Lifting and Moving Disabled People (LINK)

 

5.4  

Warehouse Manual Handling (Vocam – 20 mins)

Instruction on risks and techniques, with typical scenarios, in warehouses

5.5  

Manual Handling for the Office (Vocam – 19 mins)

Instruction on risks and techniques, with typical scenarios, in the office

5.10

It's your choice (CITB 13 mins)

 

5.11

Lifting and Carrying

Good instruction on basic techniques

5.12

Rolling Safely along (HSE – 26 mins)

Designed fro enforcement officers and Warehouse and Retail staff in Industry.   Covers design for stability and safe handling, Inspection and Maintenance, loading limits and handling forces, safe use of tail lifts.

   

 

 

6.0

Electricity

 

6.1

One Last Shock (+ Safety Reps. & Safety Matters)

Factory Electrical Safety

6.2

Live Wires (HSE)

Electrical Safety of Portable Tools

6.3

Common Sense Guide to Electrical Safety

 

6.4

Electrical Safety in the Workplace (Safetycare – 27 mins.)

Basic electrical theory and safety training.   Good for Induction Training and Refresher Training.

   

   

 

7.0

Hazardous Substances

 

7.1

Toxic Hazards in Industry

 

7.2

The Inspector Calls

Hazardous Substances at Work, Welding Fumes

7.3

Safe use of Printing Chemicals (HSE – 18 mins.)

Looks at problems of dermatitis and exposure to solvents, requirements of the law and the role supervisors carrying out COSHH Assessments, Safety Representatives and Purchasing Staff.

7.4  

Asbestos Alert (CITB – 22 mins.)

For all employees in the Construction Industry other than specialist asbestos removal contractors.

7.5

Carbon Monoxide Poisoning (12 minutes)

Good background to the risks resulting form CO poisoning, how it reacts with the human body and what are the visible signs that the gas may be present.   Very valuable for alerting us to the every-day ailments which may be un-diagnosed CO poisoning.

7.6

COSHH (Safetycare – 17.5 mins)

Gives an overview of the key issues in COSHH 2002 and a framework for developing effective risk control measures for safe working procedures.

   

 

 

8.0

Health

 

8.1

A Matter of Life and Breath (CFL Vision – 14 mins)

Shows debilitating effects of Asthma and shows how employers can prevent long-term lung damage.   Emphasises the role of employees who need to know what symptoms to look for.

8.2

Good Health is Good Business (HSE)

Occupational Health Campaign

8.3

Rash Decisions (CFL Vision –17 mins)

Supports HSE "Good Health is Good Business", Phase 2 Campaign against Dermatitis in a wide range of industries

8.4

Blind Man's Buff

Duties of Employer and Employee, unsafe work.

8.5  

Noise and You (Vocam 19 mins)

Comprehensive guidance on physiology of hearing loss, measurement of noise and control measures

8.6

Hard to Handle (HSE – 15 mins)

Personal accounts of symptoms of Hand Arm Vibration Syndrome, how it affects the ability to work and pursue leisure activities   Highlights statutory responsibilities of both employers and employees to look after their health.

   

 

 

9.0

Fire Safety

 

9.1

When fire Starts

Prevention of small fires getting larger

9.2

Common Sense Guide to Retail Fire Safety

 

9.3  

A Special Risk (West Midlands Fire Service – 12 mins)

Fire Safety training for persons with disability.

9.4

Cease Fire (CFL Vision – 13 mins.)

Highlights the Fire Hazards and Fire Precautions relevant to all sectors of Industry.  Good for "First Day Induction" or "Refresher" Training.

9.5  

Workplace Fire Risk Assessment (FPA – 15 mins)

A guide to employers on the completion of Workplace Fire Risk Assessments.

9.6

Hot Work Risks (FPA – 21 mins.)

For wide audience of building operatives.   Looks at hot work fire risks, shows results of careless work, identifies types of problems and gives guidance on safe procedures and formal PTW systems.

9.7

Stop it burning (Safetycare -)

Good instruction on basic fire prevention and precautions

9.8

Extinguishing Fires at Work (FPA – 19 mins)

Excellent practical advice on how to extinguish workplace fires, what extinguishers are suitable for what use on different types of fire and how they should be used.   Covers the use of fire blankets and hose reels

   

 

 

10.0

Transport

 

10.1

Talking Cars

Garage Workshops

10.2  

Plan Your Slinging (CFL Vision – 16 mins)

Precautions for Crane Slinging, signals to the driver and movement of loads.

10.3

Danger Vehicles at Work (CFL Vision – 15 Mins)

Transport at Work in all Industries.   Layout and conditions of roadways; maintenance and suitability of plant; instruction, training and suitability of employees; loading/unloading and dangerous manoeuvres.

10.4  

Dangerous Manoeuvres (CFL Vision – 8 mins)

Shows the effects on Fork Lift Trucks of dangerous manoeuvres leading to lateral overturning.

10.5

Safe Driving (Euroview – 14 mins)

The human and financial costs of unsafe driving

Gives sound practical advice on accident reduction by focusing on Concentration and anticipation; use of mobile phones; speed; stopping distances; roundabouts; junctions; Motorways.

   

 

 

11.0

Food Safety

 

11.1

Safe to Eat

Food Hygiene

11.2

Hygiene - The Professional Touch

Food Industry, food poisoning

   

 

 

12.0

PPE

 

12.1

Personal Protective Equipment (Vocam)

 

12.2

Safety Showers (Hughes)

 

     

13.0

Environment

 

13.1

Pollution Prevention Pays (NRA)

 

13.2  

Cutting Costs by Cutting Waste (Envirowise – 10 mins.)

A self-help guide for growing businesses giving practical advice

13.3

A fresh pair of eyes (Envirowise – 14 mins)

Identifying waste minimisation opportunities

   

 

 

14.0

First Aid

 

14.1

By Appointment (CFL Vision - 14 mins)

This gives very basic instruction on a comprehensive range of first aid treatments for injuries and ailments which an 'Appointed Person' may well be expected to deal with in the small firm scenario.   Excellent for initial and refresher training.

Useful Addresses

 

RETURNS

Vocam Europe Ltd.

2nd Floor, Virginia House

56 Warwick Road

Olton

Solihull                  B92  7HX

 

SALES

Vocam Europe Ltd. (www.vocam.com)

7th Floor, Coventry Point

Market Way

Coventry

CV1  1EA

Tel: 024 7663 4666

Mr. John Bateson

Safetycare (UK) Ltd.

Greencoat House

183 Clarence Street

Kingston-upon-Thames

Surrey                   KT1  1QT

Tel: 0121 745 4817          Fax: 0121 733 6857

safety@globalnet.co.uk 

FREEPOST CN3145

Workcare Ltd.

PO Box 889

Mitcham

CR4  4YZ

 

Fax: 020 8288 9496

Euroview Management Services Ltd. (www.euroview.co.uk)

P O Box 80

Wetherby

West Yorkshire

LS23  7EQ

Tel: -01937 541010          Fax: 01937 541083

Safety Media Ltd.

Number Five Kinmel Park

Abergele Road

Bodelwyddan

Rhyl                      LL18  5TX

Paragon Training.(www.paragon-training.com)

Britannia House

Leagrave Road

Luton

Bedfordshire        LU3  1RJ


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