Online Videos

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May 28, 2019
Napo Hazard Hunter: Identification of risks and hazards

This toolkit, created by the maker of Napo films and including an interactive video, engages children in a series of fun activities to help them identify and explain safety and health risks and hazards both at school and at home. I

Source: Napo

Dec 01, 2017
Podcasts at CDC: Don’t Let Loud Noise Damage Your Hearing

Don’t let loud noise damage your hearing. Learn how to protect your hearing now. Created: 10/18/2017 by National Center for Environmental Health (NCEH). Date Released: 10/18/2017. Series Name: CDC Featured Podcasts.

Source: CDC

Oct 31, 2017
Be safe. Be seen.

In our SAIF's latest video, SAIF employees bust out some funky moves to help you stay alive when stepping out at night.

Source: SAIF

May 16, 2017
2017 O[yes] Young Worker safety video winners

Watch the 2017 winning videos for the O[yes] work safe, save a friend video contest.

Source: O[yes]

Jan 17, 2017
Oregon OSHA Download Videos

Oregon OSHA Download Videos

Source: Oregon OSHA

Jan 17, 2017
NIOSH's Safety Video Channel

Videos related to safety and health from NIOSH.

Source: NIOSH

Jan 17, 2017
U.S. Agricultural Safety and Health Centers YouTube Channel

The centers have pooled their expertise on a YouTube channel featuring 80 videos on agricultural safety best-practices.

Source: NIOSH

Jan 17, 2017
SAIF Corporation YouTube: Office Ergonomics Playlist

Office Ergonomics: Simple solutions for comfort and safety.

Source: SAIF

Dec 01, 2016
WorkSafe BC YouTube video site

WorkSafeBC started delivering videos and slide shows via YouTube to make safety resources more accessible in every region of the province.

Source: WorkSafe BC

Dec 01, 2016
California FACE worker fatality investigations

Videos from the California Fatality Assessment and Control Evaluation (FACE) program

Source: CDPH