This dude is asked by his employers to prepare a safety video. He sure took it to the extreme
A great magic with a Safety Pin.
Are you at risk for laptop fire? What have you got to lose? As Dell start a recall, I have all the safety tips you need.....
As part of Child Passenger Safety Month, car dealerships around the country are hosting child safety seat inspections throughout September. Thousands of dealers are expected to participate in the Ã¢ÂÂBoost for SafetyÃ¢ÂÂ awareness campaign, sponsored by the National Automobile Dealers Association (NADA), developed in partnership with the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA).
More than 40,000 child passengers under age four are injured or killed in car crashes annually, according to NHTSA, and over 50,000 children between four and eight years old are injured or killed riding in cars annually. Approximately 40 percent of children under the age of eight who die or suffer serious injuries in fatal car crashes are completely unrestrained.
For more information on child seat safety and the Ã¢ÂÂBoost for SafetyÃ¢ÂÂ campaign, as well as a partial list of participating dealerships, please visit www.nada****/boostforsafety.
November 2006 (Medialink) -- The Insurance Institute for Highway Safety announces 13 vehicles that earn TOP SAFETY PICK awards for 2007. Winners include 4 cars, 7 SUVs, and 2 minivans. This award recognizes vehicles that do the best job of protecting people in front, side, and rear crashes based on ratings in Institute tests. Winners also have to be equipped with electronic stability control (ESC).
Vehicles eligible to win are current small, midsize, and large car models plus minivans and small and midsize SUVs. Pickups aren't included in this round of awards because the Institute hasn't begun to evaluate their side crashworthiness.
Institute crash tests cover the most common kinds of real-world collisions. Designating TOP SAFETY PICK winners based on the tests makes it easier for consumers to identify vehicles that afford the best overall protection without sifting through multiple sets of comparative test results.
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Awesome school project, 176 separate digital photographs spliced together in unison. Also known as The Safety Dance
This is a new chapter in the Arcelor Mittal story; Health & Safety Day is a global initiative and the first tangible sign of the integration process.
A video I made for the AAA safety competion. Missed the deadline tho
A safety video we made for the USS John C. Stennis
Michelin Offers Tire Safety Videos Online and a Chance to Thank Local Safety Providers
Michelin has been recognized by J.D. Power and Associates for unmatched customer satisfaction every year since the tire awards began, but for all of its product superiority, there are some things that even Michelin can't do, like check the tire pressure and tread wear on your vehicle every month.
Michelin marks the beginning of National Tire Safety Week, April 22-28, 2007, by encouraging drivers to keep tire maintenance top of mind during the upcoming summer travel season and throughout the year. Michelin will also kick-off year two of Michelin's Driving America's Safety program for first responders on April 23 as part of its broader tire safety awareness and education campaign that will run throughout the summer and fall.
The 2008 Ford Taurus and Mercury Sable will arrive in showrooms this summer bearing Top Safety Pick ratings by the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety (IIHS) and the government’s highest available five-star ratings in all crash test categories.
The IIHS' "Top Safety Pick" rating can only be earned by vehicles that achieve the best-available safety performance in frontal, side and rear collisions and offer electronic stability control. In addition to being the only large family cars to merit IIHS' Top Safety Pick rating, these sedans stand alone for also earning five-star driver and passenger crash test ratings from the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA).
“It’s a true testament to the safety engineering of these vehicles that they achieved top crash test ratings from both IIHS and NHTSA,” said Sue Cischke, senior vice president of Sustainability, Environment and Safety Engineering, Ford Motor Company. “Ford and Volvo worked together to leverage our technical and intellectual resources to create this outstanding vehicle architecture, and now it's better than ever. These cars offer it all: safety, power, spaciousness, comfort and great features, all at a great value."
The Insurance Institute also gave both vehicles its highest rear impact rating for offering effective protection against neck injuries, as well as its highest front and side impact ratings for withstanding intrusion into the occupant compartment.
The structure of the Taurus and Sable is engineered with crush zones designed to direct excess energy around the passenger compartment into a high-strength safety cage. An innovative cross-car beam “SPACE™ Architecture” under the front seats reinforces the structure between the B-pillars, which helps direct energy away from passengers.
Both vehicles offer an industry first two-row Safety Canopy™ side air bag system that provides additional protection not only in side impact collisions, but also deploys in rollover accidents. Side-impact protection comes from a combination of air bag technology and structural features that help safeguard occupants from intrusion by channeling crash energy away from the passenger compartment.
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