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10 Nov 2007
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Never heard of Mr. Safety? He's Corey (SMPFilms): *******www.youtube****/smpfilms And I'm allowed to bust on him for things that I do too. So piss off if you're one of his 7 fans.
11 Nov 2007
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The holidays are a wonderful time of year when families gather together and homes are brightened with the glitter of decorations. In the excitement of the season, however, safety is often overlooked. As decorations go up and households entertain friends and family, people unknowingly put themselves at greater risk to fire and electrocution. This holiday safety program, sponsored by the Electrical Safety Foundation International (ESFI), illustrates how families can take a few simple steps to stay safe while enjoying the holiday season. Ignoring the problem won't make it go away: -Nearly 130,000 fires will be reported in December alone claiming over 400 lives and causing more than 1,600 injuries. -The number of children injured and killed by fires more than doubles during the holiday months. -Yet, more than a third of Americans do not recognize that electrical products are one of the leading causes of home fires. -And while the majority of homeowners have smoke detectors, almost a quarter (24%) have not replaced their batteries within the last 2 years.
3 Dec 2007
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The holidays are a wonderful time of year when families gather together and homes are brightened with the glitter of decorations. In the excitement of the season, however, safety is often overlooked. As decorations go up and households entertain friends and family, people unknowingly put themselves at greater risk to fire and electrocution. This holiday safety program, sponsored by the Electrical Safety Foundation International (ESFI), illustrates how families can take a few simple steps to stay safe while enjoying the holiday season. Ignoring the problem won't make it go away: -Nearly 130,000 fires will be reported in December alone claiming over 400 lives and causing more than 1,600 injuries. -The number of children injured and killed by fires more than doubles during the holiday months. -Yet, more than a third of Americans do not recognize that electrical products are one of the leading causes of home fires. -And while the majority of homeowners have smoke detectors, almost a quarter (24%) have not replaced their batteries within the last 2 years.
4 Dec 2007
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*******www.cullensabcs****/ shares how to find information on toy recalls, child and toy safety. Educate yourself and then share this important information with others.
8 Dec 2007
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A tutorial on how laser safety glasses can protect against high power lasers and cool demonstrations. Laser saferty glasses are from www.dragonlasers****
1 Jan 2008
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Adrian Lund from the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety explains the judging criteria for the 2007 Top Safety Picks
4 Jan 2008
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This dude must need glasses! He has plenty of time but he just does not see the safety bar in his path.
20 Jan 2008
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Pet safety when traveling in the car is so important! Learn more from this video!
13 Jan 2008
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Christina from www.BarkBuckleUp**** and Carl from www.Shop-Tag**** team up with the San Diego International Car Show to bring Dog car safety to the world!
13 Jan 2008
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Barbara Terry and Rain-X Team Up to Help Motorists Remain Safe and See Clearly With Yearly Reminder With 90 percent of driving decisions based solely on vision1, it is vital to have a clear, unobstructed view of the roadway. A recent survey conducted by Rain-X2 found that 78 percent of motorists only change their wiper blades after the blades themselves begin to impair their visibility and become a potential safety hazard. To raise awareness of the importance of driving visibility, Rain-X and automotive expert Barbara Terry have teamed up to kick-off the annual Seemore Safety Campaign. The Campaign, a safe driving initiative now in its third year, is designed to remind motorists to use Groundhog Day as a yearly reminder to change their wiper blades. With the aid of Seemore the Safety Groundhog, the Campaign's six-foot tall mascot, Rain-X and Terry spread the message of safety and clear vision.
9 May 2011
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In this clip, Long Island plastic surgeon Dr. James Romanelli explains why he employs only board-certified anesthesiologists experienced in outpatient anesthesia in order to maximize the safety of the operating room environment. He also uses a highly-trained nursing staff to keep patients safe and comfortable during surgery and recovery. To view additional cosmetic surgery videos, visit *******www.jrcs****
7 Feb 2008
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