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Disturbing and sometimes maudlin trilogy of accidents and their effects on Union Pacific railroad workers and their families, shot with virtuosity in working-class Los Angeles. In the age-old tradition of holding workers (rather than management or the makers of machines) responsible for accidents, this film shows stories of people who are "the victims of themselves." "I know the road does everything in its power to prevent accidents," says the minister/narrator, and saddles these workingmen with complete responsibility for the risks they face. This is a common theme of safety films, which combine a healthy degree of corporate self-interest with an occasional concern for the well-being of workers and consumers. If we're not to sell this film short, though, we should look beyond its sleazi...
Safety film aimed at workers repairing train tracks WDTVLIVE42 - Transport, technology, and general interest movies from the past - newsreels, documentaries & publicity films from my archives. #Trains #Railways #Railroads #RailTransport #Transport
A short clip with excerpts from 5 of the 10 foreign-language voice-overs produced by 2M Language Services for the Australian Government's Seasonal Worker Programme. The Seasonal Worker Programme is an initiative that provides Australian employers with reliable returning workers from Pacific Island countries and Timor-Leste to meet peak seasonal labour demands that are otherwise unmet by local Australian labour. The programme assists employers in the agriculture sector and in selected locations in the accommodation and tourism sectors. 2M provided translation, DTP and voice-over services in 10 languages: Bislama (Vanuatu), Fijian & Fijian Hindi, Gilbertese (Kiribati), Samoan, Solomon Island Pidgin, Tetum (Timor-Leste), Tok Pisin (Papua New Guinea), Tongan and Tuvaluan about the programme t...
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Roz Savage (http://www.rozsavage.com) became the first woman ever to row solo across the Pacific, a three-stage marathon that began in 2008 and ended triumphantly in 2010. In this video, she talks about her transition from being an ordinary London office worker into an ocean rower and environmental campaigner, and how her voyage across the Pacific gave her insights into the challenges being faced by our oceans - and humans.
I spent the day (8:00am - 5:00pm) working at Yuyu farm in Yuchi, Hokkaido (Japan). I planned to stay for a couple of days earlier this month... but I ended up getting sick (and having to cancel). Luckily, they let me drop by later in the month to help out for the afternoon. If you're interested in staying there and/or volunteering, I HIGHLY recommend it. They're great. More info: http://www.tripadvisor.jp/Hotel_Review-g298155-d2436047-Reviews-Yuyu_Farm-Wakkanai_Hokkaido.html While I was there, no one spoke any English, though, so if that's a problem for you... uh... good luck? One-time donation (to support the creation of videos): http://howibecametexan.com/donate/ Monthly support via Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/TexaninTokyo Buy my comic books: https://www.etsy.com/shop/Texani...
How tractor drives to pick asparagus
Construction worker na 5 taon na sa serbisyo, sinibak nang malaman ng kompanya na hindi marunong magbasa. (Kwentong nakakaantig ng damdamin) Sept. 12 2016
The tragic story of how a worker, Eddie Adams, died from an arch flash, and how it impacted his co-workers and his family.
An original song writen by Black Irish Band member Patrick Michael Karnahan in honor of the Chinese Americans that built the Central Pacific Railroad. Band member James Nelson sings lead on this ballad based on the struggle to build a railroad over the mighty Sierra Nevada Mountains. Historians state that a Chinese worker died for every mile that was built. Patrick wrote this song because the Chinese have been overlooked for the part they played in the American West. Buy this at http://www.cdbaby.com/cd/blackirishband9