Description: TALENT CLEARED, TYPICAL IMCO TAPE, HAZARDOUS DUST OR 'AIRBORNE PARTICULATES' DEALING WITH ASBESTOS ETC ; Man buffing surface, montage of stuff which we'll seea gain soon enough. VAR items containing asbestos ; Person wearing haz-mat suit enters screened off area Caution Asbestos Hazard. Man soldering radiator, sandblasting ; Man grinding piece of tungsten carbide on wheel. Welding, cutting copper, soldering, welding, grinding, sandblasting, grinding ; Soldering, sandblasting. Repeats. DX brick cooling tower. Man using grinding wheel. Woman removing transite asbestos ; VAR machnery cutting metal. Asbestos insulation on electrical cables & boiler insulation. Soldering, VAR cutting metal surfaces; Person in haz-mat suit closing gate on truck. Montage sources of harmful dust; Worker grinding surface of steel object, removing paint from girder. Earlier part of that same shot of worker smoking ; Worker having coffee, smoking, lunch break, washing hands, WS lunch break ; Man lowering radiator. Worker collapse...co-worker rescues...etc ; Fumes rising fumes sucked into ventilation hood, worker sanding, person in haz-mat suit vacuuming spilled dust ; People in haz-mat suits carrying bags of harmful stuff. VAR safety equipment, personal protective equipment ; VAR workers choosing respirators trying on respirators, probably exactly the same as on the other tapes ; Person in haz-mat suit cleaning up spilled dust. Repeats. Person in haz-mat suit next to open barrel ; Woman removing transite (asbestos product for insulation) from trunk. Person in haz-mat putting bags of waste into truck ; Person in haz-mat suit cleaning up spilled dust with vacuum cleaner (a HEPA vacuum cleaner), person cleaning up spill with shovel ; Guy with sandblaster. Repeats. Person putting on heavy duty respirator mask
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