Life Is For Living: Accidents At Work & Home PSA

Submitted by: bryantm3 7 years ago in Funny

This is what public service announcements used to look like in the "80s. Man, were we primitive.
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Female 129
So in other words don`t go to work because you could die.
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Male 87
Not even drating with you they showed me this exact video when I got OSHA certified! hahahahaha
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Male 32
whoa... extreme tennis skills! :P
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Male 208
That sucks, donna could of been playing tennis :(
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Male 418
Jadavid. You fail to understand how much a forklift weighs. Those things have counter weights that tip the scale from a ton to about four tons. Also, the wheels aren`t inflated like a normal vehicle; they are made out of solid rubber.

So, if your foot was run of by a forklift you would be luck to keep your foot.
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Female 288
The guy who got his eye zapped out deserved it, seeing what he did for sport.
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Male 36
lol i <3 these PSA`s
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Male 14,331
[quote]The random hole in the floor is what really did it for me.[/quote]

Never worked construction have you? That`s for a staircase to the basement I forget the tech term for it.
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Male 840
Ok, we got the mandatory safety film out of the way. Finish your coffee and donut and let`s go back to work.
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Male 126
if any of these accidents managed to happen to you tis because your an idiot and deserved it. who walks carrying a large pipe in an unconstructed house without watching where you are going. and who throws stuff to someone who is using a grinder thats just stupid. and as someone who has run their foot over with a forklift i can tell you if you drank enough milk as a kid your foot wont break it just hurts like hell for a couple weeks
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Female 535
Message: Don`t work.
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Male 5,194
Primitive but effective. (shudder)
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Male 734
The random hole in the floor is what really did it for me.
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Female 347
I have to agree with Lucky2u. I assume that was his wife and kid at the end... I`d have killed myself too, especially if they were the only ones that showed up to my funeral.

Which doesn`t make any sense now that I think about it.
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Male 6,693
I love watching 80s film. It reminds me of a much simpler time.
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Female 162
Mega creepy.
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Male 2,591
you could try NOT standing so close to a hilo them things weigh more than a truck
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Male 4,593
That was awesome compared to today`s training videos. I could watch them all day.
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Male 315
I`m sorry, but that man on the ladder committed suicide. No one can fall that wacky.
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Male 255
@bryantm3: Check out the class of 2000 though. 4.5 to 1 ratio of girls to guys....mmm, nice ratio
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Male 703
That lady should face the fact that she couldn`t play tennis BEFORE the accident, so no major loss there.

Also, LOL!
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Female 3,001
"I used to be a safety coordinator at one of my old jobs and I had to show these to new employees. Imagine having to watch these horrible films almost daily!"

i can`t imagine the mundaneness of being a safety coordinator just in general. my idea of a job from hell
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Male 179
@Fatninja: 1992 is the 80s culturally, if not numerically. seriously, compare 1992 to 1988, and then compare 1992 to 1996.

http://tinyurl.com/2asskuf

[those are class photos from a college]
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Male 255
Meh, Jackass is better
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Male 3,076
1 the lady won`t be able to play tennis that`s good tennis sucks
2 WTF the electrician hurts his eye and not his hand by such a small arc?
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Male 958
I lol`d when he threw the paper at his face XD
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Male 89
I used to be a safety coordinator at one of my old jobs and I had to show these to new employees. Imagine having to watch these horrible films almost daily!
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Male 521
Dude! I totally had to watch this for an old job I had!!
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Male 125
Yes, I`ll never be able to see my family due to blindness, but what really upsets me is now I can`t play badminton!
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Male 25,416
I actually remember these, i watched it, it isnt the 80`s tho, this was filmed in 1992! I know kos i always check the date when i watch something manditory! Its actually a 3 part series, what is an accident, prevention, awareness!
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Male 1,627
this ppl should work for mtv! i wanna see a part 3 of this movie
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Female 406
@tincel1372

Very normal! =D
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Male 310
Reminds me of this
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Male 21
Holy crap...I actually watched this video when I was in wood shop class...that was only 4 years ago.
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Male 782
Gerry1of1: Those were examples of natural selection, not evolution. And since all but one survived, there was no loss of genetic traits. Even if they all died, most were grown adults aside from the small boy. Most had probably already reproduced, like most normal people are hardwired to do.

Also, TheTumor wants his `:55 back,plz`. It took him 55 seconds to realize he didn`t like the video.

Evolution has been denied.
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Female 423
is it normal that i chortled when the guy fell through that hole?
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Male 1,378
i think it is
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Male 40,201
Those were all examples of evolution at work.

Deny THAT christians!
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Male 506
Common sense - Missing from society since 1986
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Female 3,598
don`t do any of these things...
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Male 2,796
The moral of the story is... DON"T WORK... EVER
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Male 17,511
Could swear this a repost.
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Female 113
that guy that caught his fingers wasn`t just thinking about bowling though was he? hur hur hur ;)
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Female 224
so, this is a PSA to what? not f*ck up? wow, great advice, thanks!
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Male 1,931
They showed this to me when I started my job, and it was horrible quality. It was everything within me not to laugh my ass off.
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Male 15,510
That company is full of stupid people!

So, is this website a rip off of everythingisterrible.com?
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Male 1,312
Wow, the whole cemetery thing was morbid, but i like the dude that fell through the hole
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Male 353
@1:03 if anything, that`s karma. That`s what you get for shooting birds you A hole.
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Male 552
I want my :55 back, plz.
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Male 179
Link: Life Is For Living: Accidents At Work & Home PSA [Rate Link] - This is what public service announcements used to look like in the `80s. Man, were we primitive.
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