When a store clerk organizes a contest to climb the outside of a tall building, circumstances force him to make the perilous climb himself.
Three magazine employees head out on an assignment to interview a guy who placed a classified ad seeking a companion for time travel.
It's Independence Day, and Jerry's little nephew, Nibbles, wants to celebrate with fireworks, while Jerry reminds him to "keep it safe and sane." Initially, this backfires against Jerry, as his attempts to dispose of the firecrackers Nibbles lights explode in his face, but ultimately, Nibbles saves Jerry from Tom with the usual cartoon uses of black powder.
Scout Bozell has always dreamt of being on his school's Safety Patrol. The only reason he cannot join is because he is very clumsy. He's sent to another school because his old school would not let him become part of their Safety Patrol. But his new school does let him on the Safety Patrol.
Andy tries to get over her ex by getting under Morgan. The results are awkward and unexpected.
In a suburban landscape, the lives of several families interlace with loss, despair and personal crisis. Esther Gold has lost focus on all but caring for her comatose son, Paul, and neglects her daughter and husband. Lawyer Jim Train is devoted to his career, not his family. Helen Christianson wants to find a new spark in life, while Annette Jennings tries to rebuild hers.
Jonas works at the hand baggage screening at an airport. He is obsessed with preventing the next terrorist attack. But neither his colleagues, nor his boss appreciate his commitment…
A safety training film for women who work in high-rise office buildings.
The #3 leading cause of death in the United States is its own health care system. 1.7 million Americans experience a preventable mistake during medical care, and these mistakes lead to many as 440,000 deaths annually. Directed by the son of late patient safety pioneer, Dr. John M. Eisenberg, To Err Is Human is an in-depth documentary about this silent epidemic and those working quietly behind the scenes to create a new age of patient safety. Through interviews with leaders in healthcare, footage of real-world efforts leading to safer care, and one family's compelling journey from victim to empowerment, the film provides a unique look at the future of our healthcare system's ongoing fight against preventable harm.
The near-sighted Mr. Magoo (voice of Jim Backus) decides it is time for him to renew his drivers' license. Trust to form, he heads for the motor vehicle bureau but winds up at a maternity hospital.
Part of BFI collection "Worth the Risk?"
This 11-minute, color film is designed to acquaint primary through intermediate students with Halloween safety. The film presents a little girl who has an unsafe costume. In a flashback, the changes that can be made to make her Halloween safer are detailed. These include reflective tape, removing pointed objects, a clearer field of vision, and others. Suggestions also include waiting to sample treats until they have been checked, observing reasonable hours, traveling with groups, observing pedestrian rules, trick-or-treating at familiar homes only, checking treats for inbedded objects, and safe tricks. (archive.org)
Safety Video About Using Grinders.
Theory-3 Media's "Safety Meeting!" Spinny flippy things, big lines, bottomless white fluff and concrete playgrounds. Everything we could pack into a 35 minute, action packed, lighthearted ski film. A killer soundtrack, a funk music video intro, your favorite pros and up and coming free skiers unite tobring you our kind of ski film. Why not? Shot on Location at Mt Baker, Whistler, Revelstoke, Nelson, Northern BC, Vancouver, Mt Seymour, Grouse, Montreal, Ottawa, Toronto, Mt Hood, Portland, Banff, Sunshine Village, Silver Star, Big White, Vernon, Seattle, Bellingham, and all of the surrounding backcountry, schools, colleges, and city streets.
Scheugl elevates the trivial, the snapped up and coincidental to unmixed small films. In Safety Film he dismembers an epic Hollywood western by withdrawing the color, story rejection and lack of sound into some of its parts.
I told him I was a filmmaker... and nothing has changed. Amid these landscapes traipses the soul, at times certain, at others uncertain of its own existence, while the body is and is and is and has no place of its own.
An educational video about fire safty
Racketeers muscle in on construction business, use inferior materials, make big profits and endanger the public safety.
Puck is a music hall dancer, married to an abusive husband. One night the music hall catches fire. Puck is rescued by an army officer and her husband perishes. Puck marries the officer and they begin a new life in India, until a man from her past finds her and makes demands.
"Safety First" is a hilarious work place mockumentary set at the heart of a security company. Discipline, dedication and friendship, that's what work is about. Oh, and falling over, making a mess, accidentally making a total fool of yourself and then picking yourself up to get back in the game.
About Safety is a children's educational television program which originated in 1972. It was produced by the Mississippi Authority for Educational Television. In the 3 to 6 minute shorts, marionettes, most notably Clyde Frog, taught children about safety and first aid. Mischievous Clyde, with his distinctive, high-pitched voice, would get himself into various troubles. This illustrated dangers ranging from traffic to guns to tornadoes. About Safety ran for 47 episodes. The shows were quite successful, and MAETV syndicated them throughout the United States. The character of Clyde Frog later appeared in another MAETV show, Clyde Frog Show, which taught children about self-esteem, feelings, and attitudes, and ran for ten episodes. An animated version of Clyde Frog has been featured in several episodes of South Park as a favorite toy of Eric Cartman.
Omishi Magical Theater: Risky Safety is an anime created by Rei Omishi, and it follows the journeys of an apprentice shinigami, or death god, named Risky and an apprentice angel named Safety who have been trapped in the same body. Whoever is in charge of the body depends on the emotions of those around them; if people are happy, then Safety appears, but if people are upset, then Risky takes charge.