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safety film

n
(Photography) photographic film consisting of a nonflammable cellulose acetate or polyester base
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The recently discovered footage from the safety film and inset, the star as he is today The recently discovered footage from the safety film and inset, the star as he is today LOST footage of a fresh-faced Robson Green's starring performance in a Metro video has emerged online - more than 20 years after going missing.
Competing against over 100 submissions, the film won the Road Safety Films Award at the Global Road Safety Film Festival in Casablanca, Morocco.
With over ten years of experience campaigning for the safety of children in cars and safer roads, she has produced a number of international award-winning road safety films in Arabic, the latest of which, Hizaamak Amaanak, won the best entry from the MENA region at the Global Road Safety Film Festival at UNESCO in Paris last year.
Business also performs Windshield protection and Safety film for auto secure and protection.
Cover windows with approved shatter-resistant safety film to protect against broken glass.
KEMET's latest generation of safety film capacitors offer excellent stability in severe ambient conditions," said Fabio Scagliarini, KEMET Vice President, Film Business Group Development.
eliminating the window safety film and replacing tempered glass with laminated glass;
Mothercare Glass Safety Film IDEAL for home furniture, this easily applied film is simply stuck to a glass surface and will hold broken glass in place following an accident.
Iberia IFE Services Produces Fresh New Safety Film for Iberia.
UK-based in-flight entertainment provider IFE Services said it has produced a new safety film for Spanish airline Iberia.
Signal 30, in its other guise, is a notoriously grisly and hard-hitting US road safety film from 1959.
The above were the supporting motorcyclists in a road safety film of 1954 called "Rode Safely".