• How the 1911 Got Its Safeties – and Why Its Ancestors Had None
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    How the 1911 Got Its Safeties – and Why Its Ancestors Had None

    Hi guys, thanks for tuning in to another video on ForgottenWeapons.com. I’m Ian McCollum, and today I want to take a look at Colt safeties from the 1900 through the 1911. There’s a lot of discussion that you’ll often see about the 1911 safety system, and the fact that it has a grip safety and the thumb safety. And a lot of people invest a lot of significance in this fact, and I don’t know that they necessarily understand how that actually came to be. So let’s start by going all the way back to John Browning’s first semi-automatic or self-loading pistol, which was the Model of 1900. It has…

  • C.A.R.E. – A Guide to Bystander Intervention
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    C.A.R.E. – A Guide to Bystander Intervention

    Nadia, hurry up. We’re going to be late. I am coming. Oh my God, yes. *Cheering Gryffindor!* *House music playing* Wooo look at you, you’re workin’ it tonight, D Gracias, it’s time to be fully me, you know? I love it, your whole team is turning heads tonight. *Laughter* I am so glad we came. Me too, lets dance! *Music playing* Hey gorgeous. Hey Evan! What’s up? I loved your presentation on feminists lit today. Really? Nice. Audre Lorde is my life. Only you would say that. Man, that’s what I like about you… You’re different. If I didn’t have a girlfriend already, I’d totally bang you. Uh-huh. Okay…. Ummm.…

  • (Corona Virus Update) How Osaka Major Cities Look Like and Checking 6 Drug Stores for Masks #225
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    (Corona Virus Update) How Osaka Major Cities Look Like and Checking 6 Drug Stores for Masks #225

    hey guys welcome to Rion’s TV I’m Rion “seeeeno Gaooo!” let me introduce myself my name is Rion Ishida I was born in the rased in Japan, I am a Osaka local travel and food youtubers since I’ve been received so many message about weather if it’s safe to travel to Osaka and then how the situation looks like right now so I want to give you an update how the town looks like if there are less people compared to usual or not so in this video I’m gonna walk around the major part of Osaka such as Universal CityWalk Osaka station and then Dotonbori food street hope this…

  • inVENT Universal Phone Vent Holder
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    inVENT Universal Phone Vent Holder

    Keep your phone close at hand and safely in view while driving with the inVENT Universal Phone Vent Holder. The inVENT mount features a robust metal arm that hooks on to your vehicle vent, with a plastic spring-loaded holding block securing it in place that is compatible with most cars. A pair of adjustable padded arms allows you to rest the mount against your dash or centre console, taking pressure off the vents themselves – allowing for a safer and more secure hold. This position is ideal for holding your smartphone hands free, when you decide to utilise it as a Sat Nav – so you are legal and more…

  • Legislative Guidance: School Safety Committees
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    Legislative Guidance: School Safety Committees

    As part of our 86th Texas Legislature Update Series this video addresses School Safety and Security Committees. Senate Bill 11 requires open-enrollment charter schools to establish a school safety and security committee as previously required of school districts. Texas Education Code 37.109 requires that the Safety and Security Committee participates in the development and implementation of multi-hazard emergency operation plans. Creating a multi-disciplinary safety and security committee can ensure that the varied perspectives and safety needs, from throughout the school and district, are incorporated into emergency planning, drilling and exercising. The safety and security committee is required to assist the school and district in the implementation and reporting of the…

  • 60 Seconds For Safety: Crisis Intervention Training
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    60 Seconds For Safety: Crisis Intervention Training

    CIT training is a training that brings law enforcement together with people with mental illness. It teaches us to go out in certain situations and how to deal with them appropriately. I think it’s very important because it can save people’s lives. You can go into a situation you don’t know what you’re going into but it teaches you and trains you how to react to those situations. The reason we do training scenarios is because we might encounter that in the real world at UCF and we want to be prepared for situations like that and react to it. There was a call for service where a female wasn’t…

  • Human factors for pilots – Extra – Human intervention motivation study (HIMS)
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    Human factors for pilots – Extra – Human intervention motivation study (HIMS)

    MAN: HIMS or the Human Intervention Motivation Study was spearheaded by the Air Line Pilots Association in the USA in the 1970s. It’s been highly successful in helping treating pilots for alcohol and drug abuse. And, since its inception, over 4,500 professional pilots have been successfully rehabilitated and returned to their careers. LAURIE SHAW: It’s not a recovery program in itself, it’s a monitoring program for the recovery. So, when a pilot is issued with special requirements by CASA to comply with evidence of stability, peer pilots, like myself, are able to help that pilot through that process to show that stability to the regulator to regain their medical certificate…

  • Bullying Road Sign #3 – Critical Interventions for 5-8 Years Old
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    Bullying Road Sign #3 – Critical Interventions for 5-8 Years Old

    How to Make a Bully from Scratch Interventions for Road Sign Three (3) – Difficulty with Relationships Now we’re going to talk about interventions for Road Sign Number Three (3) Difficulty with Friendships. As children move into the elementary ages and we’re talking now six to eight years of age, five to eight years of age, as they move into the elementary years they move further into the world friendships. A red flag at this age is children who do not and cannot maintain and sustain friendships. That is not a phase, it is a red flag and we need to see these signs and act accordingly. Now as I…

  • Bullying Road Sign #4 – Critical Interventions for 8-12 Years Old
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    Bullying Road Sign #4 – Critical Interventions for 8-12 Years Old

    How to Make a Bully from Scratch Interventions for Road Sign Four (4) – Social Exclusion and “I Don’t Care” Language, 8-12 year-olds Here are some interventions for road sign number 4 “I Don’t Care.” Now when you hear a child chronically saying, “I don’t care” that is a red flag. All kids are going to say, “whatever, I don’t care.” We’re talking about kids ages 8 to 12 years old, so you going to get that every now and then. I’m talking about the chronically “I don’t care” that no matter what you think you’re going to offer them, what kind of punishment or consequence they say, “I don’t…