These days there are countless free video resources available to anyone that wants to use them for safety training, safety meetings, or just as a personal reminder of best practices. Some of these are from vendor sources, some are from non-profit (or free resource) organizations, and still others are from government sources.
For instance, did you know that the U.S. Department of Labor has its own OSHA YouTube channel, complete with instructional safety videos?
OSHA-safety-training.net also has a YouTube channel that contains a bevy of instructional safety videos from OSHA. And Occupational Health & Safety Online has a library of video sources available as well.
A quick perusal of related videos on the YouTube channels will turn up even more helpful video resources that can be used a number of ways. This is just the tip of the iceberg, and we’ll alert you to other useful resources in future newsletter mailings.
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