Poisonous Plant Safety program covers the different types of plants and what to do if you are exposed. Poisonous plants in one form or another can be found throughout the United States. The prime hazard is the allergic reaction resulting from contact with the resin produced by the plants. These resins are so toxic that in the case of poison ivy and oak only one billionth of a gram is all it takes for a rash, and only one quarter of an ounce is enough to cause a rash on every person on earth. Many outdoor occupations such as tree trimmers, landscapers, surveyors, park and highway maintenance, meter readers, and fire fighters face frequent exposure concerns. The best way to avoid exposure is your ability to identify the plants in your region and avoid contact. Key Words: Poisonous Plant Safety, Exposure to Poisonous Plants, Prime Hazard is Allergic Reaction, Plants Produce Resins, Toxic Resins, Poison Ivy and Oak Cause a Rash, Outdoor Occupations are Frequently Exposed, Ability to Identify Plants, Avoid Contact, Safety Video, Safety Training, Safety DVD. Runtime: 12 Min. WITH PURCHASE OF ANY ENGLISH VHS OR DVD YOU WILL RECEIVE A FREE WRITTEN MATERIAL CD-Rom. The CD-ROM of written materials may include: Leaders Guides, Questions & Answers, Manuals, and Power Points. Contents vary depending on program.