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Tactic 1970

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Tactic 1970

9 mins United Kingdom Director. John Wiles

If you're bemused by the title of this industrial safety film, fear not! 'Tactic', it turns out, is a labour-saving acronym for the memorable title 'Total Accident Control Total Injury Control' - the steel industry's response to stubbornly high accident statistics. Like many films of its kind, it uses alarming scenarios (involving a broken chain sling) - plus some lessons from US accident causation theory - to prove the old adage that 'prevention is better than cure'.

Directed by

John Wiles

Genres

Documentary

Tags

Steel Industrial safety

Collection

Steel on Film

Released

1970

Country

United Kingdom

Language

English

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