The video is still available at some libraries. It is listed on OCLC WorldCat:
|Author:||G N Quam; Edward Feil Productions.; National Society for the Prevention of Blindness.|
|Publisher:||Cleveland, Ohio : Edward Feil Productions, 1968.|
|Edition/Format:||VHS video : VHS tape Visual material : EnglishView all editions and formats|
Demonstrates the dangers of chemical explosions and discusses various kinds of protection such as safety goggles and head and face shields.
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OMG….so you guys are saying I am showing my age right? VHS…wow.
The ACS Committee on Chemical Safety has a narrated PowerPoint available that meets this description, Mel. The original video you mentioned was last produced in VHS format and I doubt anyone can come up with a conversion to a newer format.
Here's a link to the video, available online. http://www.acs.org/content/acs/en/about/governance/committees/chemicalsafety/chemical-safety-in-the-classroom.html
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Many years ago I saw a video on eye protection that clearly demonstrated the protective ability of various types of goggles, glasses, face shields etc by splattering mannequin heads with paint balloons (or some such thing). It demonstrated the effectiveness of each type of eye protection.
Anyway, has anybody seen that video or similar video and if so, where can it be found? I thought about producing my own, but thought "why re-invent the wheel".
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Subject: [New post] Lesson learned video: Acid burn
Jyllian Kemsley posted: "I just learned about two new videos from the University of California, San Diego (again!). The first is a great lesson learned video from a researcher who was burned when trifluoroacetic acid ran down her arm: The second is more of a PSA-style video ab"
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I just learned about two new videos from the University of California, San Diego (again!). The first is a great lesson learned video from a researcher who was burned when trifluoroacetic acid ran down her arm:
The second is more of a PSA-style video about eye protection:
I've added them to my videos list. As always, let me know if there's a good video out there that I should include!
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