WILLIAM GREEN CALLS FOR SHORTER WORK WEEK American Federation of Labor President William Green calls for a 30-hour work week during a San Francisco convention. His proposal is met with enthusiasm from the crowd.
WIND TURBINES CREATE "GREEN" ENERGY - 2007 CU then pull back to modern wind turbines which use the power of wind to create electricity. Wind turbines are part of the current "green energy" movement to find environmentally friendly sources of power and energy.
Date: January 17, 2007 - COLOR Source: Video: DV Length: 00:00:08:00, No Audio
VOCATIONAL TRAINING IN SOVIET SCHOOLS - 1965 A Soviet solution to school dropout rates includes vocational training and work programs for students highlighted in this montage of teenagers attending school who are taught a trade and work along with receiving more traditional schooling.
OYSTER MONEY PRINTED UP - 1932 After the bank in Raymond, Washington fails emergency money is printed by the Chamber of Commerce as a stopgap measure. The new currency bears the picture of an oyster and becomes a hot item for coin collectors as well as an additional income source for the town.
MONTAGE ON SAFETY AND INJURY PREVENTION A montage on the issue of safety and injury prevention shows safety gear, ambulances and paramedics at work and meetings between insurance carriers and Smart Risk a Canadian charitable organization dedicated to injury prevention.
Date: October 25, 2005 - COLOR Source: Video: DV Length: 00:00:30:00, No Audio
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