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  Title: Emergency Response (12 min)
Author: Howard Hughes Medical Institute
Copyright: HHMI 1997
Emergency Response video
 
     
 

Title: The Quiet Killer (3:17)

Source: National Center for Environmental Health (NCEH)

This video is residential-safety oriented. It does not provide best practices for managing carbon monoxide in a lab environment.

Prevention of carbon monoxide poisoning. Carbon monoxide is a colorless, odorless gas that is extremely poisonous and can kill within minutes. In the US each year, nearly 500 die while as many as 20,000 visit emergency rooms for exposure primarily from poorly-maintained heating systems or gas stoves and gas-powered generators used for heat or power during storms.

 
 

Title: Trucks, Vans and Other Delivery Vehicles (16:09)

Copyright: Wumbus Corporation, used with permission

Safety tips and demonstrations for those who drive Trucks, Vans and Other Delivery Vehicles.

 

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