This is a short video clip of work in a brick factory in Asia. You can use the clip for educational purposes teaching occupational Health; and focus upon a discussion of different work factors causing a risk for health.
This is a very short video where you see a man at the top of the scaffold; he is jumping down as a method for bringing a sack of cement up. You may use this video clip as a start of a discussion about how to make a work place like this safe; what to do and not to do.
In this short video of 25 seconds we illustrate how organic solvents work. This can be a helpful demonstration in classes where you teach about organic solvents and health effects. Organic solvents dissolve fat. Here we watch two dishes. One contains water, the other contains white spirit. White spirit is a mixture of organic solvents which for instance is used in paint. When oil is added to the water, you see that the oil gathers in bubbles at the top, and the fat does not dissolve in the water. When oil is added to the white spirit, the oil immediately disappears, as it dissolves into the white spirit. This is how organic solvents work – they dissolve fat. This is relevant for humans because our nervous system is normally protected by fat tissue. The organic solvents remove this protection and harm the nerves and the brain.
This s a video of 1 min 27 seconds where you can see how a radiologist works and how he can become exposed to x-rays and how he can prevent radiation exposure.
You may use this to demonstrate this kind of work if you for instance teach in occupational health about radiation and Health.
The video is from Tanzania.