The Story of OSHA (28 minutes 1980)
This film tells workers how OSHA was set up to stem the tide of disease, injury, and death, and what their rights are under the law. It explains the role of NIOSH, how OSHA standards are set, and how OSHA investigates complaints and seeks abatement.
Worker to Worker (29 minutes 1980)
A film showing the many kinds of safety and health problems that workers encounter on the job. Workers talk about OSHA and NIOSH and their experience in convincing others that they don't want to shut the plant down â€" they just want a safe work environment.
Can't Take No More (29 minutes 1980)
A quick paced history of occupational health and safety in the U.S. from the Industrial Revolution to the 1970s, with great old film footage and narrated by Studs Terkel. In addition, a channel on You Tube devoted to workplace and environmental health and safety clips is available at:
Many of the same clips are on Google Video and more - entire old films, such as OSHA's 1980, Can't Take No More, and DOL's 1938, Stop Silicosis and "Related videos".