Description: TALENT CLEARED, TYPICAL IMCO TAPE ABOUT PESTICIDES ETC WORKING WITH TOXIC CHEMICALS ; Man spraying pesticide in bus insecticide, man spreading wood preservative on boards, man spraying pesticide in basement ; Commercial pesticides Raid, Ortho, herbicide, malathion. Man spraying insecticide in basement type place ; Man putting rat poison in locker room. Car spraying herbicide on railroad tracks, woman wringing out sponge & cleaning table ; Closer shots man using roller to apply creosote to railroad ties, applying wood preservative to planks ; Graphic of pesticide being absorbed into skin. Men wearing haz-mat suits riding weed train spraying herbicide ; Man spraying pesticide in bus. Man reviewing safety procedure. Man preparing pesticide to spray in locker room ; Man placing rat poison in locker room, man mixing pesticide & spraying. Man reading label on drum of chemical, CU label ; Man spraying pesticide. Montage pesticides herbicides wood preservatives & rodenticides being used ; Spraying pesticideunder lockers, mixing pesticide, flaming barrel flames leaping out of barrel.Repeats ; Funny, man going over instructions drops pen into can of pesticide & goes ahead and fishes it out with his bare hand ; Man almost faints, wobbly. Man spraying pesticide on wall, gets some in eyes despite goggles, accident ; Man talking to sick coworker. Repeats. Worker collapses from fumes coworker rescues, eye wash etc ; Sick worker sitting down, coworker goes for help. Repeats ; Workers closing cupboard labeled Flammable. Sign Hazardous Waste Accumulation Area No Smoking (ironic/funny) ; Worker notices chemical spill & goes for help, man in haz-mat suit cleaning up spilled chemical ; Estb NYC Transit Authority Fire And Evacuation Training School, men practice using fire extinguishers ; Busses in garage, bus drivers chatting, bus driver at wheel feeling sick overwhelmed by fumes, coworker helps him out of bus ;
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