Video: Safety-Workers (SW)

Arc Flash Awareness (SA441)
NIOSH - National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health (25 minutes)
Discusses organizational’s duty to provide appropriate tools, PPE, and regular maintenance of equipment and training. Comments from workers injured by an arc flash.
Suggested audience: highway and public works officials, engineers, crews and anyone working near electrical equipment.

Asbestos: Understanding the Hazards© (SA432)
Long Island Productions (24 minutes)
Identification and location of asbestos materials, recognition of damaged, deteriorated and delaminated asbestos-containing materials.
Suggested audience: highway and public works officials, crews.

Back in Shape© (SA306)
Long Island Productions (16 minutes)
Describes correct procedures for lifting, and offers tips to prevent back injuries.
Suggested audience: anyone who lifts objects.

Back Safety - The Ergonomic Connection (SA450)
Summit Training Source (14minutes)
Millions of dollars a year are lost due to back injuries, most of which could have been prevented. Topics covered include: How the back works; proper body mechanics; common back injuries: risk factors; preventive measures
Suggested audience: all employees.

Basic First Aid© (SA304)
Long Island Productions (13 minutes)
A good general overview of basic first aid for a variety of common work place injuries, including eye injuries, cuts, burns, chemical burns, breaks, sprains, heat sickness, choking, and heart emergencies.
Suggested audience: anyone in the workplace.

Bloodborne Pathogens - Protect Yourself From Hidden Dangers© (GI434)
Long Island Productions (10 minutes)
Critical techniques for dealing with work-related accidents and emergency first-aid situations.
Suggested audience: highway and public works officials, crews.

Bright Arc, A (SA340)
NYSDOT, Region 3 (10 minutes)
Discusses safety for construction work near power lines. Covers what electrical currents do to the body, and what to do if your equipment makes contact with a live wire.
Suggested audience: highway and public works officials, engineers, crews, and anyone working near power lines.

Brush Chipper Safety (SA447)
Vermeer Manufacturing Company (15 minutes)
Review of the chipper equipment and safety operations. The common sense guidelines will impart and reinforce necessary safety tips.
Suggested audience: highway and public works officials, crews

Chain Saw Safety for Landscape Operators (SA473)
The Training Network (27 minutes)
Using a chain saw is something landscape personnel must frequently do. Because of the dangers inherent in chain saw use, it is critical that you operators be properly trained on how to use them. This comprehensive video demonstrates chain saw use by a higher skilled operator. In it, the most important techniques to prevent injuries when using a chain saw are covered. Every chain saw operator can learn something from this easy to understand program. Some of the topics covered include:

Suggested audience:

Chainsaw Safety© (SA248)
Long Island Productions (13 minutes)
Increase awareness of dangers and how to reduce unsafe acts. Stresses the importance of knowing equipment, proper attire, pre-use inspection, starting and refueling the chainsaw. Demonstrates how to safely make undercuts, felling and bucking.
Suggested audience: highway and public works officials, safety officers, and seasonal crews.

Confined Space Entry: Final Regulation© (SA217)
Long Island Productions (20 minutes)
Provides training in roles and responsibilities for supervisors, attendants, and people entering confined spaces. Identifies areas requiring permits, and how to create and handle permits. Defines types of hazards and how to enter confined spaces using safety equipment. Shows how to deal with emergencies.
Suggested audience: highway superintendents and crews, municipal officials.

Construction Trenching & Shoring© (SA326)
Coastal Training Technologies (10 minutes)
OSHA estimates that approximately 90 deaths and thousands of injuries occur every year because of failure to know the basic trenching and shoring safety guidelines. The practical safeguards covered in this video include evaluation of excavation sites, using effective worker protection systems, and insights on emergency response.
Suggested audience: highway superintendents and crews.

Construction Workplace Hazard Perception (SA446)
The Training Network (60 minutes)
This program gets your employees involved and teaches hazard perception through a series of visual challenges. The video features 5 segments and 30 scenarios focusing on construction hazards:
(1) Fall Protection; (2) Work Zone Safety; (3) Scaffolding; (4) Fork-lift Safety; (5) Trenching and Shoring; (6) PPE; (7) Hand and Power Tools.
Suggested audience: highway and public works officials, supervisors and crews.

Digging Dangers XIII: Digger Nightmares (SA396)
Underground Focus magazine (7 minutes)
Intended for anyone who is doing any kind of digging in or around utility areas. An informational aid for damage prevention and protection of underground facilities.
Suggested audience: supervisors and crews.

Digging Dangers XV: Digger Nightmares Continued (SA397)
Underground Focus magazine (15 minutes)
A continuation of the series, this video is intended for anyone who is doing any kind of digging in or around utility areas. It is an informational aid for damage prevention and protection of underground facilities.
Suggested audience: supervisors and crews.

Disposal of Hazardous Wastes© (SA435)
Long Island Productions (14 minutes)
How to recognize hazardous materials and waste. How to handle & dispose of them properly.
Suggested audience: highway and public works officials, supervisors and crews.

Electrical Safety (SA341)
NYSDOT, Region 3 (29 minutes)
Covers the basics of electricity, and while aimed more at plant workers than construction workers, provides valuable information. Touches on lock-out/tag-out, fuses and circuit breakers, maintenance of electrical equipment, extension cords, etc.
Suggested audience: highway officials, engineers, crews, and anyone working near power lines.

Fall Protection© (SA433)
Long Island Productions (21 minutes)
For anyone working 6 feet or more above ground.
Suggested audience: highway and public works officials, supervisors, crews.

First on the Scene© (SA099)
Chemical Manufacturing Association (32 minutes)
Training program for first responders to a hazardous material incident.
Suggested audience: equipment operators who travel highways.

Flaggers: Guardians of the Work Zone (SW 484)
Transportation Cabinet; Kentucky Transportation Center, University of Kentucky (16 Minutes)      
Safe and effective flagging operations are presented. The video covers basic flagging skills and operations for single flagger, two flaggers, one flagger/one way, emergency situations, and nighttime flagging.
Suggested Audience: Highway Superintendents, Foremen & Crews

Flagging Fundamentals: 6 Steps to Safety (SA463)
ARTBA (American Road & Transportation Builders Association) (20 minutes)
Provides the latest information to revitalize flagging training programs with information from the most recent federal and industry standards. By focusing on six steps to safe flagging operations, the video is an excellent tool to refresh flaggers who may need to sharpen their skills and remember the basics of flagging operations. Available in both English and Spanish on the same DVD, or in a downloadable format. The program also includes assessment questions so instructors can ascertain the knowledge gained by their trainees.
Suggested audience: highway and public works officials, managers and crew.

Fleet Shop Safety and Hazardous Materials© (SA246)
Long Island Productions (18 minutes)
Covers Material Safety Data Sheets (MSDS), defines and discusses flash point, auto ignition, combustible vs. flammable liquids, and explosive atmosphere. Also discusses fire safety, paint procedures, petroleum products, batteries, and asbestos.
Suggested audience: highway and public works officials, shop personnel, and safety officers.

Forklift Safety (SA470)
The Training Network (12 minutes)
Anyone required to operate forklifts must be trained in accordance with mandated standards. Training must include:

This program is designed to train both new and experienced operators on proper forklift safety operating procedures.
Suggested audience:  Supervisors, and public works officials, equipment operators and crew

General Welding Safety and Tank Repair (GI282)
Michigan LTAP Center (52 minutes)
Overview of general welding safety and tank repair.
Suggested audience: welders.

GHS Labels and Safety Data Sheets (#480)
CLMI (20 minutes)
The Globally Harmonized System (GHS) is an international approach to hazard communication, providing a new system for classification of chemical hazards, and a standardized approachto labels and safety data sheets. In addition tothe Right-To-Know training that has been around since the original standard was set out, OSHA isnow requiring that employees are trained on thenew labels (e.g., pictograms and signal words)and the 16 part Safety Data Sheet format.
Topics covered also include:
• Understanding the new GHS label elements
• Identifying the new GHS pictograms
• Reading and interpreting the new GHS Safety Data Sheets
Suggested audience:Highway Superintendents, managers and crew

Hand and Power Tool 2005 Update (SA472)
Marcom (18 minutes)
Hand and power tools are used every day in many types of business. They make our work easier and allow us to be more efficient. However, we often fail to see the hazards these tools present. This training video shows how accidents can be significantly reduced by applying good general safety rules, and reviews what hazards are associated with the specific types of tools employees use.

Hazards of Hurry, The (SA104)
Caterpillar (21 minutes)
Operation and safety procedures of backhoe loaders. How to cross slopes, travel uphill and downhill, change buckets, transport equipment.
Suggested audience: backhoe operators.

Hearing Conservation: A Refresher Program (SA012)
Long Island Productions (17 minutes)
Encourage employees to take personal responsibility. Provides 1910.95 required training/ annual retraining and increases awareness of noise as a hazard. Protection: use and advantages of canal caps, ear plugs and earmuffs, when to wear them.
Suggested audience: highway superintendents and crews.

Heat Stress - Humorous Version© (SA378)
Long Island Productions (17 minutes)
Discusses hazards, warning signs, and treatment of heat cramps, heat exhaustion, and heat strokes, and how to prevent them.
Suggested audience: highway and public works officials, supervisors, and crews.

Highway Safety and Trees: The Delicate Balance (SA421)
FHWA/USDOT (12 minutes)
A general introduction to the issue of trees as a roadway and roadside hazard. Presents the importance of dialogue between all parties involved in the decisions regarding roadway and roadside trees, to incorporate safe design that at the same time does not disregard the positive aspects of trees and the benefits they can provide.
Suggested audience: county highway and public works officials, city engineers, municipal officials.

Highway Safety: The Silent Factor (SA105)
FHWA (30 minutes)
Features recent improvements in highway safety. Topics include breakaway devices, railroad/highway crossings, acceleration lanes, pavement markings, crash cushions, pedestrian signals, new symbol signs, and highway barriers.
Suggested audience: highway superintendents in large municipalities.

Hypothermia© (SA379)
Long Island Productions (7 minutes)
Most hypothermia cases happen when the temperature is between 30º and 50º. Learn how to protect yourself from this life threatening condition.
Suggested audience: highway, public works, and municipal officials, supervisors, crews, and engineers.

I Can't Get No Traction (SA465)
The Training Network, 2012 (4 minutes)
This video spotlights common slip, trip and fall hazards in unique and entertaining fashion. This video provides a warning to those workers who move about the workplace in an unsafe manner.
Suggested audience: Highway and public works officials, managers and crew

If in Doubt, Get Out! Vehicle Fire Safety (SA164)
NYSDOT (6 minutes)
How to react to a vehicle fire.
Suggested audience: highway officials and crews.

It Only Takes A Second (SA448)
Aurora Pictures (5 minutes)
Designed to grab the viewer’s attention and focus their thoughts on safety. A discussion guide is included to help facilitate participation following the video.
Suggested audience: highway superintendents and crews.

It’s About Time - Traffic Signal Management: Cost Effective Street Capacity and Safety (SA348)
FHWA (13 minutes)
Explains how traffic signals can be made to operate more efficiently at a very low cost. One of the least expensive and quickest methods to improve a signal is to retime it. This reduces congestion, saves travel time, reduces aggressive driving behavior, the number of severe accidents, and fuel consumption.
Suggested audience: highway superintendents and traffic engineers of municipalities with traffic lights.

Last Game, The: Live Line Safety (SA163)
NYSDOT (10 minutes)
The dangers and safety issues of live electric lines, how to avoid dangerous situations, and how to interact with power companies. Moderately technical.
Suggested audience: highway officials and crews.

Live Line Demonstration (SA342)
NYSDOT, Region 3 (29 minutes)
NYSEG workers demonstrate effects of electricity on items such as cars, ladders, rubber boots, etc. The technical concepts of the impact of electricity are explained.
Suggested audience: highway and public works officials, crews, engineers, and anyone working near power lines.

Lock-Out/Tag-Out© (SA224)
Long Island Productions (17 minutes)
Reviews the OSHA Energy Control Plan, the importance of developing procedures, and training employees. Excellent illustrations.
Suggested audience: anyone who repairs circuits, cleans and oils machinery, cleans jammed mechanisms, rebuilds equipment, performs machine set-ups, and works with dangerous power sources.

Lock-Out/Tag-Out: Hazardous Energy Sources© (SA223)
Safety Shorts® (5 minutes)
How to use a lock-out/tag-out program to stop trouble before it starts.
Suggested audience: highway and public works officials, crews, and others who work with electrical and power-source machinery.

LP Gas, Know the Facts (SA145)
USDOT/FHWA (11 minutes)
Demonstrates proper handling and use of liquefied petroleum gas: leak detection, storage, filling, and inspection.
Suggested audience: people who work with LP gas.

Mailboxes May Be Hazardous to Your Health (SA106)
Texas State Department of Highway & Public Transportation (14 minutes)
Presents roadside examples of safe and unsafe mailbox installations, as well as guidance on safe installations.
Suggested audience: highway and public works officials, municipal officials, and the public.

Moving Operations/Maintenance Safety (SA392)
Iowa Department of Transportation (13 minutes)
Short-term highway operations are described, from snow plowing to patching. Emphasis is on the awareness of hazards and an individual’s responsibility for their own safety.
Suggested audience: highway and public works officials, and crews.

Multiple Choice© (SA107)
Caterpillar (24 minutes)
Dramatization of incidents resulting in injury or death, followed by questions. Viewerschoose answers from several choices. A discussion of safety procedures follows.
Suggested audience: heavy equipment operators.

New Work Zone Safety Devices (SA269)
SHRP (17 minutes)
Presents several new work zone safety devices and the testing program used in their development. Warning devices, portable speed bumps, delineation devices, lighting devices, signing, flagging devices, and barrier devices are discussed.
Suggested audience: anyone responsible for the safety of workers in highway work zones, highway and public works officials, and contractors.

Night Lights: How Retroreflectivity Makes Our Roads Safer (SA350)
ATSSA (11 minutes)
How bright, reflective material on roadways and on traffic safety devices saves lives by improving the roadway. The importance of wearing reflective clothing while engaged in outdoor activities after dark, and nighttime work zone situations.
Suggested audience: highway, public works, and municipal officials and crews, and the general public.

Occupational Health Issues© (SA400)
Long Island Productions (5 minutes)
This video discusses the proper clothing for handling chemicals, eye protection, and how to read Material Safety Data Sheets (MSDS).
Suggested audience: supervisors and crews.

Paving Safety (SA388)
Iowa Department of Transportation (11 minutes)
Shows some of the hazards of paving with asphalt cement concrete (ACC) and Portland cement concrete (PCC), including night paving operations. Emphasis is on taking personal responsibility for being aware of the changing hazards during paving.
Suggested audience: highway and public works officials, and crews.

Personal Protective Equipment© (SA237)
Long Island Productions (10 minutes)
Explains personal protective equipment and its general uses. Includes examples of eye protection, breathing devices, shoes, and varieties of gloves.
Suggested audience: highway, public works, and municipal officials, crews, safety officers.

Plant Site Safety (SA386)
Iowa Department of Transportation (11 minutes)
Covers some of the safety hazards in permanent and portable asphalt cement concrete (ACC) and Portland cement concrete (PCC) bulk plant and crushing operations. It shows what to watch out for if you are a pedestrian on the ground, a crane operator, or a truck driver traveling between the plant and construction site.
Suggested audience: highway and public works officials, safety officers, and crews.

Profit Through Prevention: Best Environmental Practices for Fleet Maintenance (SA330)
Environmental Protection Agency, Region 9 (35 minutes)
Equipment and practices that reduce the environmental, health, and safety impacts of various types of fleet maintenance practices. Topics include alternate methods for parts cleaning, brake washing, oil life extension, reusable oil filters, floor cleanup, and aerosol cans.
Suggested audience: highway, public works, and municipal officials, crews, fleet managers, and mechanics.

Proper Lifting: Why Take a Risk© (SA302)
Long Island Productions (9 minutes)
An entertaining approach to discussing the importance of proper lifting. It covers the steps of proper lifting, turning, and pulling, and the consequences of doing it incorrectly.
Suggested audience: highway superintendents and crews.

Removal/Demolition Safety (SA390)
Iowa Department of Transportation (11 minutes)
The hazards associated with the demolition and removal of roads, structures, and utilities in preparation for new construction are covered. Personal safety is emphasized through knowledge of the job, equipment, and plan.
Suggested audience: highway and public works officials, and crews.

Respiratory Protection: The Invisible Hazards (# 477)
STS (Summit Training Source, Inc) (13 minutes)
This video provides health and safety information on all respiratory protection equipment and the invisible hazards of not wearing the proper one.
Suggested audience: Highway Superintendents, managers and crew

Right Before Your Eyes (SA440)
ATSSA (10 minutes)
This video is intended to increase awareness of the important role pavement markings play in traffic safety.
Suggested audience: highway and public works officials, municipal officials, crews.

Right-of-Way Mowing Safety© (SA336)
VISTA Training (25 minutes)
Trains new operators in pre-start inspection, and serves as a refresher for experienced operators. The dangers of right-of-way mowing are documented. Divided into two parts:
pre-start, and on-the-job operating; the video covers guards, shields, and other manufacturer provided safety devices; mower inspection and adjustments; rollover accidents; working around high speed traffic; and crossing highways.
Suggested audience: highway and public works officials, supervisors, and crews.

Road Crew Safety: Safe Practices for Road Construction and Paving Crews (SA332)
Vista Training, Inc. (23 minutes)
Examines work zone dangers and how to lower risk. Emphasizes taking responsibility for personal actions, night-time operations, prior-to-job work site inspection, major accident causes, and causes of machine accidents on job sites.
Suggested audience: highway, public works and municipal officials, safety officers, crews.

Safe Dump Truck Operation: What You Need to Know© (SA337)
VISTA Training (16 minutes)
Help train your new drivers on dump truck safety, and use for veteran drivers as a refresher. Gives “behind the wheel” safety advice on loading and unloading, explains how to navigate in special weather and terrain conditions, and how to respond in the event of an accident.
Suggested audience: highway officials, supervisors, and crews.

Safety: A Team Sport© (SA110)
M2 Ltd. (20 minutes)
Emphasizes safety awareness. Explains to employees their responsibilities as part of the Triangle of Safety. Topics include lifting correctly to prevent back injuries; basic safety procedure for working on or near a roadway; proper use of ladders, scaffolds, and hoists; and basic safety guidelines.
Suggested audience: highway, public works, and municipal officials, and crews.

Safety Attitudes & Practices© (SA221)
Long Island Productions (14 minutes)
Shows how to reduce risks and prevent accidents. Covers safety orientation, accident preparation, personal protective equipment, safe work practices, safety housekeeping, and the importance of emergency preparedness.
Suggested audience: highway, public works, and municipal officials, and crews.

Cover of Safety Basics Video Series, Volume 1-5

Safety Basics Video Series, Volume 1-5 (SA444)
Caterpillar (16 minutes)
Vol. 1: Safely Home
Vol. 2: Seat Belt Safety
Vol. 3: Walk Around Inspection
Vol. 4: Warning Labels
Vol. 5: Personal Protection Equipment
Suggested audience: highway superintendents and crews.

 

Cover of Safety Basics Video Series, Volume 6-10

Safety Basics Video Series, Volume 6-10 (SA451)
Caterpillar (25 minutes)
Vol. 6: Tire Safety
Vol. 7: Slips and Falls
Vol. 8: Mounting and Dismounting
Vol. 9: Load and Transport
Vol. 10: Blocking and Cribbing
Suggested audience: highway superintendents and crews.

 

Cover of Safety Basics Video Series, Volume 11-17

Safety Basics Video Series, Volume 11-17 (SA452)
Caterpillar (35 minutes)
Vol. 11: Lockout Tagout
Vol. 12: Rental Safety
Vol. 13: Night Operation
Vol. 14: Fatigue Avoidance
Vol. 15: Operating on a Slope
Vol. 16: Work Tools
Vol. 17: Alternate Exits
Suggested audience: highway superintendents and crews.

Safety Bite: Chainsaw Safety© (SA257)
Long Island Productions (5 minutes)
A quick review of safety issues and the use of chain saws. Describes causes of common accidents, personal protective equipment, kickbacks, and different types of undercuts.
Suggested audience: highway and public works officials, safety officers, and crews.

Safety Procedures for Lawn Mower Operators (SA471)
The Training Network (20 minutes)
In your work in the landscape maintenance field, you use a mower. When operated safely, mowers are great labor saving devices that reduce the time spent on a job. Whether it is a walk behind or a ride on mower, it is critical that your landscape employees understand how to safely operate the machine. This detailed and thorough video covers important safety procedures for both the walk behind and the ride on style mowers. Topics covered include:

Suggested audience:

Sensible Wood Cutting - Tips From the Pros© (SA399)
Husqvarna Co.
This video covers the use of personal protective gear, safety features of chain saws, making a cutting plan, and various felling techniques.
Suggested audience: supervisors and crews.

Shake Hands with Danger© (SA111)
Caterpillar (23 minutes)
How to operate machinery safely, how to position idle equipment, service techniques, and dramatic consequences of common accidents.
Suggested audience: equipment operators and safety managers.

Spill Cleanup In The Workplace (SA004)
The Training Network (23 minutes)
In-depth coverage of spill cleanup, classes of chemicals, labeling and MSDS, containment and cleanup of spills, detection of contaminants, decontamination procedures.
Suggested audience: highway superintendents and crews.

Striper’s Survival Guide, A (SA149)
ATSSA (12 minutes)
Learn how to protect yourself from serious injury when working around pavement marking operations. Common sense practices to use around hazardous materials, equipment, and vehicles. First-aid tips. Illustrates excellent safety procedures.
Suggested audience: highway and public works officials and crews.

Structures Safety (SA387)
Iowa Department of Transportation (12 minutes)
Covers some of the typical hazards around bridge and culvert construction sites. Emphasis is on preventing workers and objects from falling, and crane hazards.
Suggested audience: highway and public works officials, supervisors, and crews.
Comments from viewers: "Warns viewer to be super-alert and knowledgeable about the many dangers of construction above, on and below ground. Good hints."

Surveying Safety (SA398)
West Virginia LTAP center (17 minutes)
This video covers some of the hazards surveyors face as they work in every phase of construction, both inside and outside the work zone.
Suggested audience: supervisors and crews.
Comments from viewers: "Around construction a surveyor has to constantly shift attention from measuring to the surrounding environment. Lots of good advice"

Tree Trimming Safety© (SA245)
Long Island Productions (19 minutes)
Describes proper use of chainsaws, climbing equipment, aerial baskets/boom trucks, and chippers. Covers hazards associated with tree trimming, the importance of personal protective equipment, and planning and safe execution of tree felling/bucking.
Suggested audience: highway and public works officials, crews, and seasonal workers.

Trenchers: Stay Alert, Stay Alive© (SA156)
San Luis Video Publishing (13 minutes)
Provides a thorough and well-organized look at the safety methods and correct practices for ditch-witch trenching machinery operations. It emphasizes the moment-to-moment safety awareness that is vital for safe trench work.
Suggested audience: highway and public works officials, supervisors, and trencher operators.

Trenching and Shoring Safety© (SA323)
Long Island Productions (19 minutes)
Each year about 50 workers are killed and many more injured in trenching and excavation accidents. This video, in compliance with OSHA, can help protect employees and avoid fines.
Topics include: what to do before excavation, soil classification, protective support systems, sloping and benching, timber and aluminum hydraulic shoring, and emergency response for cave-ins.
Suggested audience: highway and public works officials, supervisors, and trencher operators.

Trenching and Shoring Safety in Construction Environments
(SW 483)
The Training Network (22 Minutes)
Construction work can expose employees to some pretty serious hazards. Compared to other areas on a construction site, working in the excavation more than doubles an employee's chances of being killed on the job. And, some of the greatest excavation hazards can be encountered when employees work in a trench. This training program provides employees with the information they need to work safely in and around a trench (OSHA Standard 29 CFR 1926)
Suggested Audience: Highway and Public Works Officials, Foremen & Crews, Engineers

Utility Safety in Work Zones (SA394)
Iowa Department of Transportation (14 minutes)
Learn about above and below ground hazards of telecommunications, electric, gas, water, and sewer utilities; the on-site consequences when they are disrupted; and the off-site consequences to those affected by the disruptions. Also emphasizes contacting ONE CALL (the equivalent of‘Dig Safely New York’ here), to help locate underground utility hazards before starting work.
Suggested audience: highway, public works, and municipal officials, crews, and engineers.

Welding Safety (#478)
(15 minutes)
This video provides safety information on the use of welding equipment.
Suggested audience: Highway Superintendents, managers and crew.

Work Zone Traffic Control & Flagger Safety (SA467)
Safety Source, 2011 (14 minutes)
Work zone traffic control is an important part of any well-planned construction or maintenance project. Traffic control is essential to protect both the public from the hazards associated with the project and the employees on the work project from the traffic and the flagger is the key individual charged with the responsibility of maintaining this control. The flagger must always remember that their job is the most important one on the crew, as the lives of all individuals in the work area and the safety of those driving through the work zone depends on you and your decisions. Topics included in this safety video are:

Suggested audience: highway and public works officials, supervisors, and crews.

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