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Level 10 Construction and Carpentry

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Machine Guards

Series: Safetycare
This program covers the following: why guards are used, the risks associated with mechanical hazards, the requirements for effective machine guarding, the different types of guards and their functions and safe work practices when working with equipment and machinery. Advances in technology, safet...


This video provides a good overview of stationary and portable planers and how they are used for construction and carpentry. Safety procedures to use with planers are also presented. Metric and Imperial measurement scales are shown clearly in the video.


This video introduces the router through demonstrations of table-mounted and freehand applications. Good safety and maintenance tips are provided. Only the Imperial system of measurement is used.

Band Saws and Scroll Saws

This video features useful demonstrations of techniques to use with band saws and scroll saws. Safety procedures are well-covered. Only the Imperial system of measurement is used in the video.

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Woodworking Safety

This program from the Safety and Technology Series summarizes the critical safety measures students should observe when using table saws, radial arm saws, planers, routers, wood lathes, jointers, large belt sanders, and other woodworking technology. The video emphasizes that woodworking tools and...

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Electrical Safety

Those who work with electricity continually run the risk of electric shock and electrical fires. This video details electricity-related safety procedures to follow for these hazards as well as protection of electrical instruments and solid-state devices. This is an excellent overview for those wh...

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Working with Lathes

Series: Safetycare
The lathe is a quick and efficient means of shaping and drilling many types of metal and wood. This program covers the safe and correct use of the lathe including: workshop and operator safety; identification, correct use and maintenance of all components which make up the lathe; correct procedur...

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Recognition, Evaluation, and Control of Hazards (REACH)

Series: Safetycare
This program explains the concept of the Recognition, Evaluation and Control of Hazards, or REACH. The program includes: a definition of REACH; why REACH is a vital principle of the workplace safety; how to recognize, evaluate and effectively control hazards in the workplace; the different method...

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Foot Safety in the Workplace

Series: Safetycare
Our feet provide us with balance and support for our bodies and enable us to walk, run, drive, operate machinery, play sports and so on. Falling objects cause the largest number of foot injuries in the workplace, however, there are however numerous other potential hazards that can lead to injurie...

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The Essential Elements of Hand Safety

Series: Safetycare
Fortunately, even though we are constantly exposing our hands to varying degrees of risk, many of the injuries suffered are relatively minor, such as small cuts, abrasions and minor infections. Many serious injuries can occur on work sites such as hands and fingers being crushed, punctured, lacer...

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Don't Risk Your Life

Series: Ready for Work
Don't Risk Your Life is a short educational drama that helps to educate young people about their rights and responsibilities in the workplace. Young people tell their personal experiences of being injured on the job. Family members share their stories of having lost a loved one. New workers and e...