Safety is NOT a Priority – Safety Training Video -…



Safety is NOT a Priority – Safety Training Video – Preventing Accidents and Injuries

A truck technician with almost 40 years experience was working on a truck during his lunch hour because the customer was waiting, and he was in a hurry to get his vehicle back.

Because he was in a hurry, the technician failed to deploy a safety system built into the truck’s hydraulic mechanism to prevent it from falling on the mechanic. His foot slipped and struck the operating lever, bringing the mechanism down, crushing him to death.

In that business, safety was a “priority,” and priorities get shuffled. In this case, safety was moved down and “customer service” became the “#1 priority.”

This short video explains the dangers of relying on safety slogans and the effective alternative that will make your life safer – at work, at home, or anywhere else.

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Safety and Health Topics:
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NIOSH Workplace Safety & Health Topics:
http://www.cdc.gov/niosh/topics/safety.html

Centers for Disease Control and Prevention Learning Center:
http://www.cdc.gov/learning/

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Can I Use An Airgun For Home Self Defense and Prot…



Video i made discussing my thoughts on if a bb gun, pellet gun, airgun, or however you call it is good enough for protection and self defense. Some of the more higher powered air rifles can reach velocities of 1000fps and higher and surely, they are capable of lethal wounds, but does that make them a good weapon for protection? In this video i give my thoughts on this subject and this is strictly my opinion and is not legal advice in any way how to protect yourself. I own this video and all rights to it.

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Dance Mentors at LIU Post



In the Department of Dance at LIU Post, students develop their talents and gain experience auditioning and performing in front of an audience all before graduating. In this episode of our School of Visual and Performing Arts video series, dance major Jennifer O’Neill describes her joyful experience at LIU Post alongside her “big,”senior mentor Meagan Kolakowski.

Apply today at http://liu.edu/CWPost

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Top 10 Movie Dance Scenes Of All Time



Not every movie is a musical, or holds an all-out dance number, but some of the most awe-inspiring, touching, and downright beautiful moments in film history have been set to music and brought to life through dance. These are some of our favorites. Subscribe: http://goo.gl/9AGRm

What did you think of the list? Did we leave off one of your favorite numbers? Did you agree with our picks? What’s your favorite movie dance scene? Did you like any of our honorable mentions more than our actual picks? What other aspects of movie magic would you like to see us explore in a future list?

Let us know in the comments!

THE LIST

Chicago (2002)
The Cell Block Tango is a Broadway stage number magically brought to life on screen.
Choreographer: Rob Marshall

Shall We Dance (2004)
Choreographer: Joann Jansen & Liz Curtis
Richard Gere and Jennifer Lopez’s tango in the night is one of the best-shot ballroom numbers committed to film.

Dirty Dancing (1987)
Choreographer: Kenny Ortega
I mean, who DOEN’T love that lift in the finale??

Gold Diggers of 1935 (1935)
Choreographer: Bubsy Berkeley
The Words Are in My Heart number in Gold Diggers is the best of Berkeley’s extremely distinguished career.

Magic Mike (2012)
Choreographers: Allison Faulk and Teresa Espinosa
Okay, what it lacks in formality, it makes up for in fun. And sexiness. And some major, honest-to-goodness dance skills.

Dil Se (1998)
Choreographer: Farah Khan
The train top number from Dil Se was ACTUALLY on top of a moving train.

Pina (2011)
Choreographer: Pina Bauch
The Vollmund number in this documentary about the life and work of the legendary choreographer is a stunning insight into her life and her artistry.

Step Up 2: The Streets (2008)
Choreography: Dave Scott, Hi-Hat, Jamal Sims
There wouldn’t be the Step Up franchise without the second movie proving it could be done again (and again, and again). And the finale dance in the rain earned the franchise every movie that’s come since.

Singin’ in The Rain (1952)
Choreography: Gene Kelly
Often imitated, never replicated, possibly the most iconic dance scene in all of cinema. Nuff Said.

Stormy Weather (1943)
Choreography: Nick Castle
The Nicholas Brothers take our top spot with their Jumpin’ Jive performance, which Fred Astaire claimed was the greatest movie musical he’d ever seen. We agree.

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Breaking Bad Parody: Breaking Balsamic



http://www.aroundtheworldin80jobs.com/breaking-bad-parody-breaking-balsamic/

Breaking Balsamic: a Breaking Bad Parody

Inspired by the tv show Breaking Bad, Breaking Balsamic takes place in Modena Italy, where Turner Barr from Around the World in 80 Jobs finds himself looking for for gainful employment and ways to make a quick buck while in Italy. While perusing the markets in the town of Modena, Turner discovers a great disparity in the prices for over the counter balsamic vinegar, and traditional balsamic from Emilia Romagna. Seeing opportunity for a big score, Turner scours the Italian ‘wanted ads’ looking to learn the secrets behind the purity of Modena’s traditional balsamic from one of the Italy’s famous traditional ‘Acetaias’ (place that makes vinegar). However, after arriving at Acetaia Villa Bianca, he realizes maybe he has bitten off more than he can chew.

This Breaking Bad Parody, Breaking Balsamic, is presented by Turner Barr of http://aroundtheworldin80jobs.com

Music Credit: Dillion Cooper – “State of Elevation”

Special thanks to:
Acetaia Villa Bianca: http://www.acetaiavillabianca.com/en,
Blogville: http://www.blog-ville.com/,
Emilia-Romagna Tourism: http://www.emiliaromagnaturismo.com/en,
Walks of Italy: http://www.walksofitaly.com/

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Nightwing: The Series – Episode 1 [Deathstroke]



Episode 1 [Deathstroke]: http://youtu.be/o297A1wmys0
Episode 2 [Origins]: http://youtu.be/Adv8OASsZu0
Episode 3 [Descent]: http://youtu.be/kfYoS0YkAtY
Episode 4 [Oracle]: http://youtu.be/43GNeN8qHwQ
Episode 5 [Legacy]: http://youtu.be/k-DMUJTWrf8

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Behind the Scenes
Episode 1: http://youtu.be/xGrh0vSiw8I
Episode 2: http://youtu.be/Kra3KIhiD8o
Episode 3: http://youtu.be/u7RC9dT3DqQ
Episode 4: http://youtu.be/i-DwEo8FcYY

Missed Credits!
David Breslow as Councilman Bill Betters.

Download the Soundtrack here.
http://goo.gl/MpAZzN

Synopsis: “Nightwing: The Series” follows the story of Batman’s former sidekick, Dick Grayson aka Robin. After a falling out with his mentor, Dick abandons Gotham and everyone in it. Emerging in the City of Bludhaven years later, Dick takes on the guise of “Nightwing” easily defeating the petty criminals who infest it. But he soon realizes he may have bitten off more than he can chew when a mysterious and dangerous assassin only known as ‘Deathstroke, begins targeting Bludhaven citizens. Can he defend his new home and the lives of it’s inhabitants from the most dangerous foe he’s ever faced!? Only time will tell in this epic 5 part mini-series!

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INNA – Summer Days (by Play&Win) | Official Audio



Music video by INNA performing the hit single “Summer Days”. 2014

Concerts: booking@innaofficial.com

Get it on iTunes: https://itunes.apple.com/us/album/id925834128

INNA Online:
https://www.facebook.com/Inna
https://instagram.com/innaofficial

Global Records Online:
https://www.facebook.com/GlobalRecordsCom
https://www.instagram.com/globalrecords

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