# Secondary Catalogue

## Architecture and Building

### A Song of Fire and Safety

When it comes to fire safety in the workplace, we might be tempted to think that it's not our concern, or that there's plenty of other things to worry about—until it's too late. However, it's everyone's responsibility to prevent fires. That...Show More

### Mind over Splatter: Health and Safety Attitudes

Safety is more than warning signs and handrails - it is an attitude of the mind. There are many traps for those whose attitude is amiss. Whether you're surviving the zombie apocalypse or just surviving daily grind of the office, the consequences...Show More

### Working with Ratios

Numeracy in Construction

Converting units and working out ratios is an integral skill for working in construction. This video explains the mathematical reasoning behind converting units of volume and scaling ratios and how it can be applied to calculate the correct...Show More

### Calculating Volume

Numeracy in Construction

An understanding of the volume of spaces is an essential skill for working in construction. This video explains the basic formula for volume and how it can be applied to easily calculate the amount of concrete needed for a house foundation by...Show More

### Multiplication

Numeracy in Construction

There are many applications for multiplication when working in construction. This video explains how multiplication skills can be used to calculate wall areas and the size of covering panels to work out how much material needs to be ordered for...Show More

### Calculating Perimeter

Numeracy in Construction

Calculating the perimeter of a block of land is a crucial skill for working in construction. This video explains the basic formula for perimeter and how it can be applied to calculate the length of fencing required for a construction site, as...Show More

### Estimating and Quotes

Numeracy in Construction

The ability to estimate material quantities and provide quotes is a helpful skill for working in construction. This video explains how to estimate the area and materials needed for a tiling job, incorporating unit conversions, and how to allow...Show More

### Calculating Area

Numeracy in Construction

Calculating the area of a construction space is an important skill for working on a building site. This video explains the basic formula for area and how it can be applied to easily calculate wall area, incorporating length conversions, and...Show More

### Proper Lifting Techniques

Creating a Safe Industrial Workplace

This video will help you avoid a potentially life-changing back injury, unless you ignore everything we tell you. You'll learn why proper posture is such a big deal (hint: it's not just because it looks good), and you'll also see a bunch of...Show More

### Working Safely in Confined Spaces

Creating a Safe Industrial Workplace

Working in a confined space presents some unique safety issues, and this video will help make sure your experience is a safe and ordinary one. This video also revives an epic sports rivalry, and you'll learn about one of the most popular...Show More

### Slips, Trips, and Falls

Creating a Safe Industrial Workplace

Except for motor vehicle accidents, falls at work are the most common form of workplace injury. This video will help you recognize various falling hazards and take some simple steps to prevent injury. We'll also cover some very ineffective ways...Show More

### Fire Prevention

Creating a Safe Industrial Workplace

Fire is awesome. But it also sometimes burns things we don't want it to, like buildings or ourselves. That's why this video will help make sure you stay as safe as possible when working with fire or near heat sources. You'll also learn a terrible...Show More

### Working Safely from Heights

Creating a Safe Industrial Workplace

They say it's not the fall that kills you, it's the sudden stop. Well, we don't want anything to kill you, which is why this video will teach you essential safety practices when working off the ground. You'll also see what happens when you push...Show More

### Preventing Electrical Shock

Creating a Safe Industrial Workplace

Electricity is an amazing thing, but it doesn't feel good when it's racing through you. That's why we made this video, to help ensure that you know how to stay safe around electricity. From frayed cords to overhead power lines to the dangers of...Show More

### How to Avoid Distracted Driving

Equipment Safety Essentials

Cars are fantastic. They get us places way faster than walking. They also sometimes crash into walls and trees and other cars. So this video will help make sure you use your vehicle for the first reason, and not for the second one. You'll also...Show More

Equipment Safety Essentials

You've probably seen plenty of videos of people falling off of ladders, and a few photos of people putting ladders on top of other ladders. And we'll admit, watching dumb people do dumb things is hilarious. But we'd rather you not do it yourself....Show More

### Power Tool Safety

Equipment Safety Essentials

Power tools are awesome, which is why we decided to invent them. They're also pretty useful, as anyone who's tried to chop a tree down will happily tell you. And they can also be very dangerous. This video is designed to make sure you use your...Show More

### How to Use A Two-Wheeled Handcart

Equipment Safety Essentials

This video will make sure you know how to use a handcart without injuring yourself, others, or the thing that you're carrying. It also features ice cream and a famous wizard. How can such a short safety video have so many cool things? Because...Show More

### How to Use a Fire Extinguisher

Equipment Safety Essentials

We hope you'll never be in a position to need a fire extinguisher. But if you are, you should probably know how to use one, since throwing it at a fire won't really do the trick. You'll see a few wrong ways to do this, along with the right one....Show More

### Future-Focused Structures

Building by Design

Engineering, construction and structural design have come a long way since humans first got here. This clip looks at modern design and construction materials, and provides glimpses of the future, as technology and our understanding of...Show More

### Structures and Stress

Building by Design

Human structures must be designed to withstand a range of forces. Here, three types of forces causing stress on structures are highlighted – bending, torsion and shear. Each one is defined, and different construction techniques are examined,...Show More

### Structures and Balance

Building by Design

A number of different design and structural elements are used in constructions – from the most simple to highly complex. This clip explores three common construction elements – columns, beams and cantilevers – defining each and providing...Show More

### Structures and Forces

Building by Design

Over millennia, human-built structures have become bigger, more complex and quicker to build. A key to this has been understanding how forces behave. This clip looks at two types of opposing forces – tension and compression – defining them...Show More

### Applying Emulsion Paint to a Ceiling Area

Construction: Painting and Decorating

This video is a session demonstrating how to apply emulsion paint to a ceiling area by brush and roller.

### Applying Solvent-Borne Paint to a Door: Part 3

Construction: Painting and Decorating

This video is part 3 of a session demonstrating how to apply solvent-borne paint to a panel door.