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Title Health & safety scare films. Vol. 8 [videorecording].

Imprint Seattle, WA : Something Weird Video, c2007.


Location Call No. OPAC Message Status
 Axe DVDs 1st Floor  613 H349s  v.8    ---  Available
Description 1 videodisc : sd., b&w or col. ; 4 3/4 in.
System Details DVD-R.
Note Title from disc surface.
Contents The Loaded Gun (color) -- Why Take a Chance? (b&w) -- A Life in Your Hands (1948; b&w) -- Trial by Fire (1947; b&w) -- Operation Snowbound (color) -- Farm Petroleum Safety (1954; color) -- So You're New Around Here! (1956; b&w) -- It Didn't Have to Happen (b&w) -- Danger High Voltage (color).
Summary Educational films from the 1940s,1950s and 1960s addressing safety issues.
Farm Petroleum Safety (1954) shows firemen interrupting a state fair to advertise a farm safety demo where a representative demonstrates safe handling and storage of petroleum products on the farm and ranch. He emphasizes the danger of using kerosene, gasoline, cleaning fluids, and other everyday items improperly. Mentions the benefits of petroleum products. Portrays how one mother's attempt to bring up a stove fire too quickly results in tragic consequences that ruin the tranquility of a family's happy farm life.
Subject Automobiles -- Tires.
Blood donors.
Telephone -- Customer services.
Telephone lines -- Maintenance and repair.
Snow removal.
Disaster relief.
Fire prevention.
Industrial safety.
Woodworking machinery -- Safety measures.
Woodwork -- Accidents -- Prevention.
Electricity -- Safety measures.
Genre/Form Educational films.
Short films.
Added Author Something Weird Video (Firm)
American Petroleum Institute.
American National Red Cross.
General Tire Company.
Added Title Health and safety scare films
Music No. 35662 Something Weird Video

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