FILMS

FILMS

DEPARTMENTS

TRAINING PACKAGE, Three National Fire Academy programs available for general distribution through the National Audiovisual Center, write National Audio Visual Center, Information Services JF, Wash., D. C. 20409.

Fire Fighter I, Emphasizes educating both new trainees and experienced personnel to become effective members of fire fighting teams. Programed for 110 hours of instruction, the course contains lesson plans outlines and guidelines for preparing quizzes and final examinations.

Fire/Arson Detection, Familiarizes fire service personnel with the techniques of determining fire cause and recognizing clues or evidence of arson.

Volunteer Fire Service Management. Designed for managers of volunteer fire department organizations, covers the principles of planning, organizing, and controlling fire department functions.

SAFETY SERIES, Seven short animated films designed to create or supplement safety sessions in business and industry Available in 16mm color/sound or video, complete series $901.00. Film Communicators 11136 Weddington St., No. Flollywood, CA 91601.

Physiological Limitations, Examines the balance human beings must maintain between their physical, biochemical, and emotional make-up and how external and internal factors affect this balance.

$175 purchase, $40 rental.

Physical Limitations, Shows how awareness of our physical limitations helps prevent accidents and errors in judgement. $170 purchase, $40 rental Psychological Limitations, Explores our emotional limits and how they affect us. $ 185 purchase, $40 rental.

Tools, Illustrates the special safety precautions required for the use of today’s sophisticated tools. $100 purchase, $35 rental

Motivation, Demonstrates the hidden reasons or motives for all human behavior. $150 purchase, $35 rental. Communications, Demonstrates the importance of clear communication between people as our strongest weapon for preventing accidents $145 purchase, $35 rental.

Supervision. Examines the role of the supervisor in risk control and demonstrates that effective supervision reduces accidents. $135 purchase. $35 rental.

FILMS

FILMS

Departments

FIRE DRILL, Film Communicators, 1136 Weddington St., No. Hollywood, Calif. 91601; 16 minutes, $65/wk rental; $340, purchase.

A film on planning and practicing exit procedures for school fire emergencies. The film emphasizes that in an emergency, there’s not always time to think. Mapping exit routes and appointing group leaders are presented, as well as reporting a fire and care of the handicapped. The viewer learns to plan for smoke, hot doors, blocked exits, and developing alternate routes, exits and leaders.

GASOLINE AND GAS WATER HEATERS JUST DON’T MIX! Film Communicators, 1136 Weddington St., No. Hollywood Calif., 91601; 9 minutes, 16mm or video, color/sound, $35, rental; $165, purchase.

Targeted to public fire education and intermediate through 12th grade curriculum areas of safety, science and home economics, the film presents a dramatic lesson for fire prevention and safety to all audiences.

In a series of interviews, victims discuss reactions to fire emergencies and what they should have done differently. The viewer is made aware of a common household fire danger and the importance of selecting a safe work site, proper supervision of children, emergency evacuation procedures and calling for help.