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Level 20 Mechanical and Automotive

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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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Understanding Hazards and Risks

Series: Safetycare
The potential for the inhalation of hazardous substances is a serious issue that must be continually addressed. This programs covers: what constitutes a hazardous atmosphere; general information about air-purifying and supplied air respirators; different types of air-purifying respirators and fil...

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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...

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Engine Reassembly

Series: Small Engines I
This program demonstrates how to put the engine back together, starting with the valves, tappets, and springs, and moving on to the cam shaft, side cover, and cylinder head.

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Engine Disassembly

Series: Small Engines I
This program demonstrates how to take an engine apart systematically while keeping everything clean and organized. The procedure starts with the gas tank, and moves onto the removal of engine oil, the air filter, recoil and fan shroud, carburetor, exhaust, starter, flywheel, muffler, cylinder hea...

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Four-Stroke Engine Operation

Series: Small Engines I
This program looks at an engine's five systems (fuel, ignition, cooling, exhaust and lubrication), their components, and operation. Also, it includes an explanation of the four strokes (intake, compression, power, and exhaust), and a demonstration with a cut-away engine for viewing the valves aft...

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The Basics

Series: Small Engines I
A look at some of the machines that use small gas engines (including an all-terrain vehicle, snowmobile, outboard motor, chain saw, generator, and pump); safety practices, including working in well-ventilated areas, and storing fuel in sealed containers; the right tools (and the right-sized tools...