• 7 Driving tips on safe driving checks

    In this video we are going to explore and look at 7 driving tips on safe driving checks which include mirrors and Blind spot zone checks also known as HEAD-CHECKS ! There are 24 different types of safety checks required to pass the Roads Maritime Services Drivers P's Test . I am only to happy to assist you as a learner to discover the remaining checks to help you as a Learner driver pass your driving test FIRST GO ! Focus driving school Bondi Junction RMS Botany RMS Maroubra RMS. Clovely driving Randwick Driving School instructors, RoseBay Dover Highest Centennial Park Woolhara Paddington Vaucluse Watson's Bay Kingsford Eastlakes Matraville Coogee Surryhills Sydney NSW Maroubra driving School. Defensive driving skills . Booking a driving lesson is easy : www.focusdrivingsc...

    published: 11 Jan 2015
  • 5 Accidental Discoveries That Changed The World!

    5 Accidental Discoveries That Changed The World! Description: A fortunate happenstance or pleasant accident. It may surprise you to know that some of the world’s favorite inventions weren’t planned and tested at all but were complete accidents.Its true, and as you are about to see, we are listing the 5 Accidental Discoveries That Changed The World! Ready? Well...Lets begin! 1. X-Ray A German physicist Wilhelm Röntgen is credited to the discovery of X-Rays. He was actually experimenting with cathode ray tube, when he noticed an unusual glow in his dark room. He instantly realized that a new type of ray is responsible for that, but didn’t know what kind of ray that was, and simply called it x-ray (x for unknown).What makes x-rays discovery so much groundbreaking is its ability to pass th...

    published: 14 Nov 2016
  • Safety and Productivity at Flinders Adelaide Container Terminal

    Flinders Adelaide Container Terminal is transforming its operations following a significant program of investment and modernisation.

    published: 24 Aug 2015
  • Patrick Stevedoring Pty Ltd – finalist in Queensland Safe Work Awards

    Patrick Stevedoring developed the Ryan Key, which reduces the risks for stevedores dealing with faulty twist locks, which are mechanisms that lock shipping containers together. See how they developed this and why they are a category finalist for Best demonstrated leadership in work health and safety.

    published: 01 Oct 2015
  • How to handle laboratory waste?

    Don't hesitate to comment below if you have any questions or additional phrases How to handle laboratory waste? Department Botany & Zoology,USF Gordon ,Introduction Safe, healthy & productive workplace environment Responsible and effectively handling o hazardous waste Good lab etiquette Municipal and government laws exist to regulate and control hazardous waste disposal ,Waste Removal Cost enormous Contractor - Millenium Waste ( Enviroserv and Sanumed) Waste removal is arrange via USRPS/USBD ,Waste management Manage waste responsible: Classification/ Characterizing hazardous waste Proper packaging Proper storage of waste Effective labeling Waste collection protocol in place ,Types of waste Normal Municipal waste (general) Recyclable waste Broken Glass Biological...

    published: 01 Jun 2016
  • APM Terminals Rotterdam - Global Safety Day 2016 Risicomanagement

    Tijdens Global Safety day 2016 stond APMTR in het teken van Risicomanagement. De Risicomatrix kan je helpen met het inventariseren van risico's in jouw werk gebied.

    published: 12 May 2016
  • Safe haven for chimps - Nature of things

    Chimpanzees are our closest living relatives; it’s a well-known fact. But what does that really mean? For many decades, it meant that chimpanzees were used as substitutes for humans. We are so like them that scientists believed that their bodies could be used to gain a deeper understanding of everything from brain function to the efficacy of certain drugs. But we now know that our close bond with chimpanzees is about much more than just our shared physical traits. We’ve learned that what we once considered uniquely human -- social intelligence, wide-ranging emotions, non-verbal communication, tool use -- is anything but. As Jane Goodall says in Safe Haven for Chimps, “chimps show there’s no sharp line dividing us from the rest of the animal kingdom.” Biomedical research on chimps has persi...

    published: 02 May 2017
  • Soil Solutions to Climate Problems - Narrated by Michael Pollan

    Narrated by Michael Pollan To learn more visit: http://soilsolution.org A powerful solution to the climate crisis can be found right beneath our feet—in the soil. By harnessing the immense power of photosynthesis, we can convert atmospheric carbon, a problem, into soil carbon, a solution. Emerging science proves that shifting to regenerative forms of agriculture such as agroecology, agroforestry, cover-cropping, holistic grazing and permaculture will allow us to store excess carbon safely in the ground. Transcript: Soil is a living miracle. In one handful of soil there are more organisms than there are humans on earth, and we are only beginning to understand this vast network of beings right beneath our feet. We rely on healthy soil for 95% of what we eat, yet we take it for granted. T...

    published: 20 Nov 2015
  • Botany...plant review for lab test

    published: 08 Feb 2011
  • Keeping safe around mobile plant

    Keeping safe around mobile plant WorkSafe New Zealand, Fulton Hogan and Downer

    published: 06 Oct 2014
  • Botany Bream fishing

    A short video of the illustrious blue lip bream fished out and released in Botany Bay. It was a great fight and a dream to land. Unfortunately the GoPro was not fixed on my head strap and I missed the fight. Was glad I was there to witness the catch. Music snippet by 009 Sound System, Trinity

    published: 24 Feb 2014
  • Safety

    published: 26 Aug 2011
  • Basic Chemistry Lab Equipment

    A look at some of the common instruments and equipment that we will be using in class this year.

    published: 15 Aug 2014
  • Botany Key Words A-C

    A few selected key words, explained with text and images. I am studying the daisy family, so have left some keywords out that relate more to other flower types.

    published: 21 Jul 2013
  • Ultimate Lab Safety

    The ultimate lab safety video that you've never seen before. ***Update - Youtube did not like the fact that "She Blinded Me With Science" was sampled in this video, despite the advertising link in this window allowing you to purchase said audio track. For that reason, Youtube has 'removed' most of the offending audio, although there are still remnants of the song. I apologize for this reduction in quality, and I hope it does not affect your enjoyment of the video. Thank you for understanding. -- Auburn

    published: 04 Jun 2009
  • What have multi-national companies, private contractors and site safety managers got in common?

    From the largest hire company in the Southern Hemisphere to the Port Botany expansion, the M2 upgrade to one of the largest Formwork contractors in Australia, all have something to say about Ranger. Give us a try and you'll be saying it too - have a listen | http://www.rangerindustrial.com.au

    published: 27 Jun 2013
  • Making our food safe and sustainable - Patrick Holden at TEDxExeter

    Patrick Holden is a pioneer of the modern sustainable food movement and the Founding Director of the Sustainable Food Trust. Between 1995 and 2010 he was the Director of the Soil Association and became a much sought after speaker and campaigner for organic food and farming. He spearheaded a number of prominent food campaigns around BSE, pesticide residues and GM food. More recently, he was a member of the UK Government's working group on the Foresight report into Future of Food and Farming and is Advisor to the Prince of Wales International Sustainability Unit. Patrick grew up in London but was deeply influenced by a year he spent in California at the beginning of the seventies. He returned to the UK to study biodynamic agriculture and started a community dairy farm in West Wales in 1973. ...

    published: 04 Jun 2013
  • BHU: Safety of girls protest

    published: 23 Sep 2017
  • These Children are Safe: Civilians In Britain - 1940s Educational Film - S88TV1

    'During the first three days of war one million children were moved to places of safety in the country in order to avoid areas which might have made targets for the enemy. When schools re-opened they agreed to work on a half-shift basis--giving their own pupils games for half the day while the town children used the schoolrooms. Progressive teachers gave their pupils open-air lessons in simple architecture, in botany and in the way of living of country people. 'In the first few weeks evacuation came in for adverse criticism, but it is certain that the children have benefited. Their health has improved and they have been given opportunities to enlarge their outlook and gain a new understanding. The evacuation scheme has become an opportunity for one of the greatest social experiments that ...

    published: 21 Jun 2014
  • intelligent Multi Safety Link - Small Scale

    This is the animation of our new intelligent Multi Safety Link System Small Scale, a ship to shore link system for the downsteam LNG market.

    published: 06 Feb 2017
  • Stanwell Park, Botany Bay and Watamulla

    The Saga continues... Still in Sydney we visit some of the Patterson family favourite spots including Stanwell Park, Botany Bay (Captain Kirk's landing place) and Watamulla where jumping off the waterfall was allowed before the invention of "Health & Safety"

    published: 17 Oct 2014
  • Why We Need to KO the GMO with Don Huber

    Dr. Don Huber, Professor Emeritus of Plant Pathology at Purdue University, holds B.S. and M.S. degrees from the University of Idaho, a Ph-D from Michigan State University, and is a graduate of the US Army Command & General Staff College and Industrial College of the Armed Forces. He was Cereal Pathologist at the University of Idaho for 8 years before joining the Department of Botany & Plant Pathology at Purdue University in 1971. His agricultural research the past 55 years has focused on the epidemiology and control of soilborne plant pathogens with emphasis on microbial ecology, cultural and biological controls, nutrient-disease interactions, pesticide-disease interactions and techniques for rapid microbial identification. On today’s episode of Bulletproof Radio, Dave and Dr. Huber talk a...

    published: 14 Jun 2016
  • SAFETY

    At Fulton Hogan Safety is our overriding priority. A video showing how we keep our work sites, staff and the public safe.

    published: 28 Jul 2008
  • The Verges & Median Strips of Botany Council

    Showing the landscaped verges, median strips & traffic islands of Wentworth Avenue Mascot. Marrickville Council says they won't do this because of the risks to staff occupational health & safety.

    published: 10 Jul 2011
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7 Driving tips on safe driving checks

7 Driving tips on safe driving checks

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In this video we are going to explore and look at 7 driving tips on safe driving checks which include mirrors and Blind spot zone checks also known as HEAD-CHECKS ! There are 24 different types of safety checks required to pass the Roads Maritime Services Drivers P's Test . I am only to happy to assist you as a learner to discover the remaining checks to help you as a Learner driver pass your driving test FIRST GO ! Focus driving school Bondi Junction RMS Botany RMS Maroubra RMS. Clovely driving Randwick Driving School instructors, RoseBay Dover Highest Centennial Park Woolhara Paddington Vaucluse Watson's Bay Kingsford Eastlakes Matraville Coogee Surryhills Sydney NSW Maroubra driving School. Defensive driving skills . Booking a driving lesson is easy : www.focusdrivingschool.com.au or Contact us on 0418435312
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5 Accidental Discoveries That Changed The World!

5 Accidental Discoveries That Changed The World!

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5 Accidental Discoveries That Changed The World! Description: A fortunate happenstance or pleasant accident. It may surprise you to know that some of the world’s favorite inventions weren’t planned and tested at all but were complete accidents.Its true, and as you are about to see, we are listing the 5 Accidental Discoveries That Changed The World! Ready? Well...Lets begin! 1. X-Ray A German physicist Wilhelm Röntgen is credited to the discovery of X-Rays. He was actually experimenting with cathode ray tube, when he noticed an unusual glow in his dark room. He instantly realized that a new type of ray is responsible for that, but didn’t know what kind of ray that was, and simply called it x-ray (x for unknown).What makes x-rays discovery so much groundbreaking is its ability to pass through a number of things and reach at places where our vision spectrum doesn’t allow us to reach. It can penetrate wood, paper and most importantly flesh. Amazing huh? 2. Teflon There’s is a saying that Teflon touches every human at least once in a day. Teflon is the most important polymer in the world.. As you probably didnt know, it was accidentally discovered in 1938 by Roy Plunkett, when he was attempting to create a new chlorofluorocarbon refrigerant. He filled two rare substances in a pressurized bottle and found that the interior of the bottle was coated with a weird waxy white material, which was oddly slippery. And up to this day, we use this accidental discovery almost in our every day life... 3. Sildenafil Sildenafil is a small blue pill, which is commonly used to treat erectile dysfunction, more popular name of it is “Viagra”. While Sildenafil was a remarkable discovery on its on, but it was all really accidental.In early 1990s a group of pharmaceutical chemists at research facility in England synthesized a compound called UK-92480, intended to treat hypertension and heart disease. Eventually it turned out to be an absolute failure in that department, however, test subjects reported some startling effects below the belt. What’s more fascinating its that it has some side effects and one of them is “heart attack”. So... I wouldnt try this one.. 4. Safety Glass You might know that the windshield in your car is made out of laminated glass sheet, which is less likely to shatter to pose threat to your eyes. Apparently the safety glass which is used to protect you from accidents was itself invented by an accident.Safety glass was actually discovered in 1903, when a French scientist named “Édouard Bénédictus” dropped a glass flask containing plastic cellulose and nitrate and surprisingly, it didn’t shatter as it should be. Later several little tweaks made the safety glass as perfect as we know it today. 5. Lighters Before lighters were ever created, the only way to get quick and easy access to fire was with strikeable matches. A man named John Walker was trying to find a way to obtain fire easily. While several chemicals were known at that time that could ignite by a sudden explosion, it was unknown that the flame could be transmitted to a slow burning substance like wood.This amazing accidental scientific discovery took place when Walker was preparing a lighting mixture, a match which had been dipped in it suddenly took fire by an accidental friction upon the hearth. Even HE was stunned by this discovery. Background Music: Kevin MacLeod ~ Our Story Begins : https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tINSBmVwd58 For copyright matters please contact us: OfficialAmerikano@hotmail.com _________________________________________________________________ Thank you so much for watching! Smash that like button for more, make sure you share the video with your friends and dont forget to subscribe! Make sure to follow me here: https://twitter.com/Top5sFinest
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Safety and Productivity at Flinders Adelaide Container Terminal

Safety and Productivity at Flinders Adelaide Container Terminal

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Flinders Adelaide Container Terminal is transforming its operations following a significant program of investment and modernisation.
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Patrick Stevedoring Pty Ltd – finalist in Queensland Safe Work Awards

Patrick Stevedoring Pty Ltd – finalist in Queensland Safe Work Awards

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Patrick Stevedoring developed the Ryan Key, which reduces the risks for stevedores dealing with faulty twist locks, which are mechanisms that lock shipping containers together. See how they developed this and why they are a category finalist for Best demonstrated leadership in work health and safety.
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How to handle laboratory waste?

How to handle laboratory waste?

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Don't hesitate to comment below if you have any questions or additional phrases How to handle laboratory waste? Department Botany & Zoology,USF Gordon ,Introduction Safe, healthy & productive workplace environment Responsible and effectively handling o hazardous waste Good lab etiquette Municipal and government laws exist to regulate and control hazardous waste disposal ,Waste Removal Cost enormous Contractor - Millenium Waste ( Enviroserv and Sanumed) Waste removal is arrange via USRPS/USBD ,Waste management Manage waste responsible: Classification/ Characterizing hazardous waste Proper packaging Proper storage of waste Effective labeling Waste collection protocol in place ,Types of waste Normal Municipal waste (general) Recyclable waste Broken Glass Biological / Medical waste Chemical waste Sharps, Broken Glass Radioactive material waste Electronic and computer waste ,Hazardous Waste Any waste that directly or indirectly represents a threat to human health or to the environment by introducing one or more of the following risks: Explosion or fire Infections, pathogens, parasites or their vectors Chemical instability, reactions or corrosion Acute or chronic toxicity Cancer, mutations or birth defects Toxicity or damage to the ecosystems or natural resources Accumulation in the biological food chain, persistence in the environment or multiple effects ,CHEMICAL WASTE ,SABS Code 0028ID & classification dangerous goods and substances Class 1 Explosives Class 2 Gases Class 3 Flammable liquids Class 4 Flammable solids Class 5 Oxidizing substances and organic peroxides Class 6 Toxic and infectious substances Class 7 Radioactive Substances Class 8 Corrosives Class 9 Other miscellaneous substances ,Segregate chemical waste Proper segregation =good chemical hygiene + safe workplace environment Only put compatible chemicals in a container Also do not store the following near each other Acids and bases Organics and acids Powdered or reactive metals and combustible materials Cyanide, sulfide or arsenic compounds and acids Mercury or silver and ammonium containing compounds Do not mix solids and liquids Halogenated with non-halogenated chemicals ,Chemical Waste Compatibility (1) Incompatible chemical waste not be mixed or store together If it must be store in same area – separated secondary containment Container must be compatible with the waste: Mineral acids - plastic Bases -Plastic Oxidizers - Glass Organics (incl Acetic acid) - Glass ,Chemical Waste Compatibility (2) Take special care Nitric acid: Reacts with organics-heat & gas Be sure container is rinse thoroughly Perchloric acid, Organic Peroxides: Highly reactive with organics and organic material (wood). May react with metals Hydrofluoric acid: Dissolves glass containers ,Packaging of chemical waste (1) Place hazardous waste in sealable containers Enviroserv supply different plastic and metal containers Sized from 25L to 200L, plastic or metal. Containers must be kept closed. Do not leave a hazardous waste container with a funnel in it. Glass bottles with waste must be packed with vermiculite into bigger containers. ,Packaging of chemical waste (2) The container should not react with the waste being stored (e.g. NO hydrofluoric acid in glass) Similar wastes may be mixed if they are compatible Wastes from incompatible hazard classes should not be mixed (e.g. organic solvents with oxiders) Be aware that certain metals also cause disposal problems when mixed with flammable liquid or other organic liquids. ,Labeling Must be labeled as HAZARDOUS WASTE Should be accurate, legible and fully explained Contain name of the department, lab group name, contact person details, content and concentration, hazard class, date Use Enviroserv /Sanumed self adhesive labels or your own. Waste vs. used No old labels ,Waste classification by Enviroserv Specific codes for different departments (BOTZOO) CodeTypeDisposal Method 3AFlammablesABW 3BToxic compoundsE 3CPolyethelene GlycolsTA 3DContaminated Broken GlassTC 3EContami
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APM Terminals Rotterdam - Global Safety Day 2016 Risicomanagement

APM Terminals Rotterdam - Global Safety Day 2016 Risicomanagement

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Tijdens Global Safety day 2016 stond APMTR in het teken van Risicomanagement. De Risicomatrix kan je helpen met het inventariseren van risico's in jouw werk gebied.
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Safe haven for chimps - Nature of things

Safe haven for chimps - Nature of things

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Chimpanzees are our closest living relatives; it’s a well-known fact. But what does that really mean? For many decades, it meant that chimpanzees were used as substitutes for humans. We are so like them that scientists believed that their bodies could be used to gain a deeper understanding of everything from brain function to the efficacy of certain drugs. But we now know that our close bond with chimpanzees is about much more than just our shared physical traits. We’ve learned that what we once considered uniquely human -- social intelligence, wide-ranging emotions, non-verbal communication, tool use -- is anything but. As Jane Goodall says in Safe Haven for Chimps, “chimps show there’s no sharp line dividing us from the rest of the animal kingdom.” Biomedical research on chimps has persisted, despite everything we’ve learned. The U.S. is one of the last countries to allow it. But now that’s changing, signaling an evolution in our thinking. The Nature of Things is hosted by the world-renowned geneticist and environmentalist, David Suzuki, the program is in its 55th season, a landmark by any standard http://www.cbc.ca/natureofthings/ https://www.facebook.com/cbcdocs https://www.instagram.com/cbcdocs/ https://twitter.com/cbcdocs The Nature of Things is one of the most successful series in the history of Canadian television. Every week, the influential program presents stories that are driven by a scientific understanding of the world. Stories full of adventure, drama and insight. Our programs entertain and inspire audiences by engaging with the people and personalities behind the science. From the search for other life in the universe to the psychology of babies, from the furry animals that invade your backyard to the consequences of human progress, The Nature of Things throws open the door to the wonder and accomplishments of science.
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Soil Solutions to Climate Problems - Narrated by Michael Pollan

Soil Solutions to Climate Problems - Narrated by Michael Pollan

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Narrated by Michael Pollan To learn more visit: http://soilsolution.org A powerful solution to the climate crisis can be found right beneath our feet—in the soil. By harnessing the immense power of photosynthesis, we can convert atmospheric carbon, a problem, into soil carbon, a solution. Emerging science proves that shifting to regenerative forms of agriculture such as agroecology, agroforestry, cover-cropping, holistic grazing and permaculture will allow us to store excess carbon safely in the ground. Transcript: Soil is a living miracle. In one handful of soil there are more organisms than there are humans on earth, and we are only beginning to understand this vast network of beings right beneath our feet. We rely on healthy soil for 95% of what we eat, yet we take it for granted. Thousands of years of ploughing, deforestation, and erosion have left our soils in dire shape, and we’re accelerating the loss of this essential resource. But there’s a lot more to the story. When soil is damaged, it releases carbon dioxide into the atmosphere, and this has had serious consequences for the climate. Too much carbon in the atmosphere is causing the earth to overheat. That excess carbon is also acidifying our oceans, threatening marine life. Meanwhile, there’s not enough carbon where it once was—in the soil. In fact, many of the world’s cultivated soils have lost more than 50% of their original carbon stocks. But there’s actually some good news! We now know how to put carbon back in the soil where it belongs. Plants capture carbon dioxide in their leaves and pump the carbon down through their roots to feed hungry microorganisms living in the soil. Now what had been atmospheric carbon, a problem, becomes soil carbon, a solution. Practices like keeping soil covered with plants, increasing crop diversity, composting, and carefully planned grazing are proven ways to put carbon back into the soil. Carbon-rich soils act like giant sponges, absorbing water during floods and providing it to plants in times of drought. And, adding carbon to soil makes the land much more productive. The French Government recognizes this and is calling on all countries to join them in increasing soil carbon by 0.4% each year. If every nation were to reach this ambitious, but achievable goal, we could store 75% of global annual greenhouse emissions—enough to make a real difference to our planet’s future well-being. Of course, we still need to reduce our fossil fuel emissions, but we don’t need to develop expensive or risky technologies. Instead, what we need is a lot more photosynthesis. Climate change can be overwhelming, yet there is real hope. Healthy soil can be a major sink for carbon, but this fact hasn’t been well-known. Until now, because now we know a soil solution is right beneath our feet.
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Botany...plant review for lab test

Botany...plant review for lab test

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Keeping safe around mobile plant

Keeping safe around mobile plant

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Keeping safe around mobile plant WorkSafe New Zealand, Fulton Hogan and Downer
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Botany Bream fishing

Botany Bream fishing

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A short video of the illustrious blue lip bream fished out and released in Botany Bay. It was a great fight and a dream to land. Unfortunately the GoPro was not fixed on my head strap and I missed the fight. Was glad I was there to witness the catch. Music snippet by 009 Sound System, Trinity
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Safety

Safety

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Basic Chemistry Lab Equipment

Basic Chemistry Lab Equipment

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A look at some of the common instruments and equipment that we will be using in class this year.
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Botany Key Words A-C

Botany Key Words A-C

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A few selected key words, explained with text and images. I am studying the daisy family, so have left some keywords out that relate more to other flower types.
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Ultimate Lab Safety

Ultimate Lab Safety

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The ultimate lab safety video that you've never seen before. ***Update - Youtube did not like the fact that "She Blinded Me With Science" was sampled in this video, despite the advertising link in this window allowing you to purchase said audio track. For that reason, Youtube has 'removed' most of the offending audio, although there are still remnants of the song. I apologize for this reduction in quality, and I hope it does not affect your enjoyment of the video. Thank you for understanding. -- Auburn
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What have multi-national companies, private contractors and site safety managers got in common?

What have multi-national companies, private contractors and site safety managers got in common?

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From the largest hire company in the Southern Hemisphere to the Port Botany expansion, the M2 upgrade to one of the largest Formwork contractors in Australia, all have something to say about Ranger. Give us a try and you'll be saying it too - have a listen | http://www.rangerindustrial.com.au
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Making our food safe and sustainable - Patrick Holden at TEDxExeter

Making our food safe and sustainable - Patrick Holden at TEDxExeter

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Patrick Holden is a pioneer of the modern sustainable food movement and the Founding Director of the Sustainable Food Trust. Between 1995 and 2010 he was the Director of the Soil Association and became a much sought after speaker and campaigner for organic food and farming. He spearheaded a number of prominent food campaigns around BSE, pesticide residues and GM food. More recently, he was a member of the UK Government's working group on the Foresight report into Future of Food and Farming and is Advisor to the Prince of Wales International Sustainability Unit. Patrick grew up in London but was deeply influenced by a year he spent in California at the beginning of the seventies. He returned to the UK to study biodynamic agriculture and started a community dairy farm in West Wales in 1973. It is now the longest established organic dairy farm in Wales, with a herd of 75 Ayrshire cows -- the milk from which is made into raw milk cheese by his son, Sam. He was awarded the CBE for services to organic farming in 2005. In the spirit of ideas worth spreading, TEDx is a program of local, self-organized events that bring people together to share a TED-like experience. At a TEDx event, TEDTalks video and live speakers combine to spark deep discussion and connection in a small group. These local, self-organized events are branded TEDx, where x = independently organized TED event. The TED Conference provides general guidance for the TEDx program, but individual TEDx events are self-organized.* (*Subject to certain rules and regulations)
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BHU: Safety of girls protest

BHU: Safety of girls protest

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These Children are Safe: Civilians In Britain - 1940s Educational Film - S88TV1

These Children are Safe: Civilians In Britain - 1940s Educational Film - S88TV1

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'During the first three days of war one million children were moved to places of safety in the country in order to avoid areas which might have made targets for the enemy. When schools re-opened they agreed to work on a half-shift basis--giving their own pupils games for half the day while the town children used the schoolrooms. Progressive teachers gave their pupils open-air lessons in simple architecture, in botany and in the way of living of country people. 'In the first few weeks evacuation came in for adverse criticism, but it is certain that the children have benefited. Their health has improved and they have been given opportunities to enlarge their outlook and gain a new understanding. The evacuation scheme has become an opportunity for one of the greatest social experiments that this country has ever known, bringing town and country into direct and intimate contact for the first time.' (Films of Britain - British Council Film Department Catalogue - 1940) Trivia In the first three days of official evacuation in Britain, 1.5 million people were moved, including school-children, mothers with young children, pregnant women, disabled persons, and teachers and other 'helpers'. The narrator, broadcaster John Hilton, was Director of Home Publicity at the Ministry of Information when These Children are Safe was made. This film has been made available for non-commercial research and educational purposes courtesy the British Council Film Collection. http://film.britishcouncil.org/british-council-film-collection/about-the-collection S88TV1 - Transport, technology, and general interest movies from the past - newsreels, documentaries & publicity films from the Prelinger Archives, NASA, US & UK National Archives and other public domain film sources.
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intelligent Multi Safety Link - Small Scale

intelligent Multi Safety Link - Small Scale

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This is the animation of our new intelligent Multi Safety Link System Small Scale, a ship to shore link system for the downsteam LNG market.
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Stanwell Park, Botany Bay and Watamulla

Stanwell Park, Botany Bay and Watamulla

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  • Duration: 2:42
  • Updated: 17 Oct 2014
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The Saga continues... Still in Sydney we visit some of the Patterson family favourite spots including Stanwell Park, Botany Bay (Captain Kirk's landing place) and Watamulla where jumping off the waterfall was allowed before the invention of "Health & Safety"
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Why We Need to KO the GMO with Don Huber

Why We Need to KO the GMO with Don Huber

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  • Updated: 14 Jun 2016
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Dr. Don Huber, Professor Emeritus of Plant Pathology at Purdue University, holds B.S. and M.S. degrees from the University of Idaho, a Ph-D from Michigan State University, and is a graduate of the US Army Command & General Staff College and Industrial College of the Armed Forces. He was Cereal Pathologist at the University of Idaho for 8 years before joining the Department of Botany & Plant Pathology at Purdue University in 1971. His agricultural research the past 55 years has focused on the epidemiology and control of soilborne plant pathogens with emphasis on microbial ecology, cultural and biological controls, nutrient-disease interactions, pesticide-disease interactions and techniques for rapid microbial identification. On today’s episode of Bulletproof Radio, Dave and Dr. Huber talk about glyphosates, GMOs, natural mycotoxins, fertility, concerns for the global population, biological system and more. Enjoy the show! Featured Fresh Books code: Bulletproof Radio Letter to Secretary Vilsack - http://farmandranchfreedom.org/letter-dr-huber-roundup-animal-miscarriage-infertility/ Steve Druker’s Altered Genes - http://geni.us/UudFu GMO Myths and Truth - http://geni.us/aC0n1M Nancy Swanson’s GMO work - http://www.examiner.com/gmo-in-seattle/nancy-swanson Resources Glyphosate - http://pmep.cce.cornell.edu/profiles/extoxnet/dienochlor-glyphosate/glyphosate-ext.html Chelators - http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC3821171/ clostridium botulinum - http://www.fsis.usda.gov/wps/portal/fsis/topics/food-safety-education/get-answers/food-safety-fact-sheets/foodborne-illness-and-disease/clostridium-botulinum/ct_index clostridium perfringens - http://www.foodsafety.gov/poisoning/causes/bacteriaviruses/cperfringens/ bifidobacteria - https://www.nlm.nih.gov/medlineplus/druginfo/natural/891.html Fusarium toxins - http://www.fao.org/docrep/x5036e/x5036e07.htm Humic Acid - http://aggie-horticulture.tamu.edu/newsletters/hortupdate/hortupdate_archives/2002/jun02/art4jun.html Manganese - http://lpi.oregonstate.edu/mic/minerals/manganese Bulletproof Bulletproof Coffee - http://www.bulletproof.com/coffee-ground-12oz?utm_source=post&utm_medium=yt&utm_campaign=318 Better Baby Book - http://www.bulletproof.com/the-better-baby-book?utm_source=post&utm_medium=yt&utm_campaign=318 Bulletproof on iTunes - https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/bulletproof-radio/id451295014?mt=2 Read and download this transcript here: https://www.bulletproofexec.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/06/Transcript-DonHuber.pdf
https://wn.com/Why_We_Need_To_Ko_The_Gmo_With_Don_Huber
SAFETY

SAFETY

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  • Duration: 1:29
  • Updated: 28 Jul 2008
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At Fulton Hogan Safety is our overriding priority. A video showing how we keep our work sites, staff and the public safe.
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The Verges & Median Strips of Botany Council

The Verges & Median Strips of Botany Council

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  • Updated: 10 Jul 2011
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Showing the landscaped verges, median strips & traffic islands of Wentworth Avenue Mascot. Marrickville Council says they won't do this because of the risks to staff occupational health & safety.
https://wn.com/The_Verges_Median_Strips_Of_Botany_Council
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