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Media Resource Center

Media Resource Center

The OSHA Consultation Section has its own media library. The library is housed at our Little Rock office at 900 West Capitol Avenue. 

This library contains DVDs on safety related topics which can be borrowed free of charge for training sessions and safety committee meetings. We can also provide safety and health pamphlets, posters, pre-developed safety and health training programs, and sample specific written safety and health programs. Digital files of some of these can be found on the OSHA Consultation page of this website.

Companies and individuals can borrow safety training DVDs without cost for necessary safety training.

DVD List

The PDF document for the DVD catalog is searchable by text.

To search within the PDF:

  1. Open the link.
  2. Select “Edit” in the menu toolbar.
  3. Select “Find.”
  4. A “Find” box will appear on the screen.
  5. Type a word or a partial word in the “Find” box.
  6. Select “Next” to find additional instances of the word within the document.


The following FEDERAL U.S. Department of Labor publications are available from our Media Library upon request free of charge.

1098 – OSHA Inspections
2202 – Construction Industry Digest
2209 – OSHA Handbook for Small Business
3007 – Ground Fault Protection on Construction Sites
3029 – OSHA: Workplace Rights in Action
3047 – Consultation Services for the Employer
3071 – Job Hazard Analysis
3072 – Sling Safety
3077 – Personal Protective Equipment
3080 – Hand and Power Tools
3086 – Servicing Single Piece and Multi-piece Rim Wheels
3088 – How to Prepare for Workplace Emergencies
3091 – Safety and Health Guide for the Chemical Industry
3092 – Working Safely with Video Display Terminals
3100 – Crane or Derrick-Suspended Platforms
3103 – Grain Handling
3110 – Access to Medical & Exposure Records
3114 – Hazardous Waste and Emergency Response
3119 – Exposure to Hazardous Chemicals in the Laboratory
3136 – Occupational Exposure to Cadmium
3138 – Permit-Required Confined Spaces

Federal OSHA has written standard interpretations on such topics as:

  • Do Forklifts Need Seatbelts?
  • When are GFCIs (Ground Fault Circuit Interrupters) needed?
  • Are Disposable Dust Masks Considered Respirators?
  • How Many Bathrooms Do I Need?
  • Do I Need an Eyewash in My Area?

We have these and more available in our office, or you can access them yourself at the U.S. Department of Labor OSHA webpage.

Additionally, we have:

Contact Information

NaKeyia Higgins
Media Librarian
✆ 501·682·4528