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safety film

[′sāf·tē ‚film]
(graphic arts)
Films made from cellulose acetate, polyester, and other plastics that are not readily flammable.
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IFE said that Iberia commissioned it to produce a safety film for its fleet of A330 aircraft that would entertain passengers whilst at the same time informing them about important safety information such as the proper use of seatbelts, life jackets and emergency exits.
Nexus asked pupils from Heaton Manor Secondary School in Newcastle to appear in the short safety film, which will be used as a teaching aid across the region.
In a first for the aviation sector in the Arab world, an in-flight safety film developed by Air Arabia features a group of children briefing passengers about the on-board safety instructions.
The second Spanish-language workplace safety film is Fire Safety & Firewatch, available with an optional training kit.
IFE Services is also producing a new animated safety film for the airline.
fishatwin: Off to the final day of filming on our Fire Safety film for North Wales Fire and Rescue
The UK Civil Aviation Authority (CAA) on Wednesday announced it has launched a new safety film.
Ikea is always strong when it comes to safety issues and the back of the mirror has a safety film to minimise the risk of injury if the glass breaks.
YOUNG people are being challenged to make a road safety film suitable for use on the internet.
Cow director Peter said his team has spotted several parodies of their safety film doing the rounds on the internet.
Torfaen council has produced a safety film - Falls Costs Lives - in a bid to save thousands of people's lives.
Lights, camera, action was recently called at a Barratt West Midlands' showhome when filmmakers used it as the set for 'Between the sheets', a hard hitting road safety film aimed at teenagers.