·         FIREFIGHTER SAFETY

CRITICAL INCIDENT STRESS - 1/2” VHS, 25 minutes

A program dedicated to a special group of people who have seen the need, accepted the challenge, and sometimes perform far beyond expectation. Topics include: stress factors, types of stress, symptoms, and prevention. This video was developed by the University of Maryland, Department of Emergency Services.

EMERGENCY RESPONSE “YOUR SAFETY FIRST” – Operation Lifesaver – ½ “ VHS, 10:30 minutes

FIRE: COUNTDOWN TO DISASTER - NFPA  - 1/2” VHS, 16 minutes

Idea as an opener for community fire safety sessions or for firefighter training. Live and animated sequences present the facts about fire, including a dramatic flashover demonstration. Emphasizes the lethal effects of the smoke that precedes the flames.

FIRE FIGHTING SAFETY – MEDIA RESOURCES – ½” VHS, 35 minutes

Part of the Firefighter I series, this tape identifies the safety hazards that may be encountered when responding to an alarm, working at the scene, returning to the station, and performing everyday duties at the station. The program emphasizes how a positive attitude toward safety can reduce the risks associated with firefighting.

FIREFIGHTER LIFE SAFETY INITIATIVES - CD ROM - U.S. Department of Homeland Security - A variety of tools to help your department implement safety initiatives

FIREFIGHTER SURVIVAL - C.V. MOSBY - 1/2” VHS, 30 minutes

Examines safety precautions such as arrival and size up, safety inside and outside the collapse zone, emergency escape techniques, and scene organization when a firefighter is lost.

FIREFIGHTING: It’s a Risky Business – Fire Technology Ltd. – ½ “ VHS

This three tape series uses new footage of real incidents in examples and case studies. The first tape is What is safety/Is this Safe? And it gives clear concise examples of the NFPA definitions of a hazard and risk (12 minutes). The second tape contains eleven case studies of fire ranging from a mobile home to multi-story commercial buildings, and it has two safety tips for reducing risk on the fireground (25 minutes). Tape three expands on the discussion of reasonable risk and then focuses on the EMS/Rescue needs with ten case studies (28 minutes).

FIRE SAFETY - IFSTA - 1/2” VHS, 20 minutes

Filmed live at the scene of a fire to illustrate safety procedures and dangerous conditions, as well as how to avoid disorientation, and to safely operate equipment. Firefighter I level.

FIRE DEPARTMENT OCCUPATIONAL HEALTH & SAFETY, NFPA 1500 – NFPA , ½” VHS

FIREFIGHTER LIFE SAFETY RESOURCE KIT - 2 Volumes - CD - www.everyonegoeshome.com

HIDDEN DANGER: OXYGEN REGULATOR FIRES – 1/2 “ VHS, 31:15 minutes

HYPOTHERMIA - 1/2” VHS, 25 minutes

This tape describes the effects of hypothermia, and how emergency workers can avoid hypothermia.

KITCHENS OF DEATH - 1/2” VHS, 30 minutes

Clandestine drug laboratories are a serious and growing problem for many communities. This three segment training video supplies basic survival information every firefighter and police officer needs to know. Segment one is an introduction to clandestine drug laboratories. Segment two deals with detection and locations. Segment three shows possible booby traps and hazards found at these laboratories.

SAFETY - NFA - 1/2” VHS, 90 minutes

This film is produced by the National Fire Academy and is a must for every firefighter to see. Live footage of firefighter injury and accidents. This film tells how those injuries could have been avoided.

TRAFFIC CONTROL AT EMERGENCIES - Media Resources - 1/2” VHS, 27 minutes

Improper traffic control has caused needless death and injuries to response personnel and victims, and extensive damage to apparatus and equipment in the work or treatment areas of incidents. This video explains the goals of traffic control and describes the choice of various safety devices. In addition it outlines general procedures for motor vehicle accidents, fires, and haz-mat incidents on various types of roads.

WHEN EVERY MINUTE COUNTS - 1/2” VHS, 20 minutes

This film is about infection control for the emergency care provider, what precautions emergency workers should take when dealing with body fluids.