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Title Health & safety scare films. Vol. 13 [videorecording].

Imprint Seattle, WA : Something Weird Video, c2009.


Location Call No. OPAC Message Status
 Axe DVDs 2nd Floor  613 H349s  v.13    ---  Available
Description 1 videodisc : sd., b&w or col. ; 4 3/4 in.
System Details DVD-R.
Note Title from disc surface.
Contents Fighting the Fire Bomb (1942; b&w) -- Let Habit Help (1951; b&w) -- Private Line Service (color) -- Your Guardian Angel (1974, color) -- Mr. Flame (color) -- The Day the Bicycles Disappeared (1967, color) -- Fire in My Kitchen (1969, color) -- Safety Attitudes (1974?, color) -- Meet "Willy Whistle" (color).
Summary Educational films from the 1940s, 1950s and 1960s addressing safety issues.
Fighting the Fire Bomb (1942) shows steps to be taken in preparing for attack by incendiary bombs, as well as methods of disposing of the light magnesium bomb. Garden hose, pump tanks, soda-acid and foam type extinguishers are shown as sources of protection. Animated sequence shows how the bomb works.
Your Guardian Angel (1974) shows Harry Sparks, guardian angel of electrical workers who work with 600-volt equipment, illustrating basic safety procedures, including checking safety equipment which fails to function before attempting repairs, air testing safety gloves before each use, and using safety equipment designed especially for 600-volt work.
The Day the Bicycles Disappeared (1967) shows a group of animated bicycles which go on strike, have a mass meeting at a ball park, and return to their owners only after the children have promised to ride safely. Demonstrates twenty safe bicycle driving rules.
Fire in My Kitchen (1969) demonstrates how to extinguish kitchen fires and how to avoid hazardous situations.
Safety Attitudes (1974?) animated discussion of good versus bad attitudes towards safety in the workplace through the use of a cartoon medium.
Subject Incendiary bombs.
Civil defense.
Safety education.
Electrical engineering -- Safety measures.
Telephone lines -- Maintenance and repair -- Safety measures.
Traffic safety.
Cycling accidents.
Dwellings -- Fires and fire prevention.
Kitchens -- Fires and fire prevention.
Fire prevention.
Industrial safety.
Pedestrian accidents.
Genre/Form Educational films.
Short films.
Added Author Something Weird Video (Firm)
AAA Foundation for Traffic Safety.
Industrial Accident Prevention Association (Ont.)
National Fire Protection Association.
Transfilm, Inc.
National Safety Council.
Added Title Health and safety scare films
Music No. 37265 Something Weird Video

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