Free omni-lingual Safety videos

Here are wonderful videos for risk management and safety presentations — entertaining, engaging and effective! If you haven't heard of Napo yet, check out their videos now. You can use them free for "presentations of the educational variety." What does that mean? Well, you can read the fine print at the site. But for most purposes you are probably safe to use them.

This poor guy goes through quite a bit to learn his chemical warning labels:
Videos are short, fun, omni-lingual, short, watchable and useful. Subjects center on chemical management and other aspects of safety and risk assessment.

This is one of those resources you see and think, "Why didn't I have this sooner?" There are such sites out there. (List your favorite in the comments section below!)

Credits   By way of credits: I first heard about Napo during a presentation by Jan Chappel of the Canadian Centre for Occupational Health and Safety (CCOHS). She was presenting at a conference in Montreal in spring 2013. Her talk was on GHS, the Globally Harmonized System of Classification and Labeling of Chemicals, and somehow it got around to this. Napo. Check out the Napo video web site 

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Kathleen Hurley