Yes, Patrons, in 2018, back without popular demand: Friday night is Health and Safety Film Night at this particular blog circus tent.
Tonight’s lecture subject is: “Easy Money”. Yes, that’s “Easy Money”. See, I even said the word “money” quite simply. It’s easy. But not so simple to pick up. Roll the cinefilm, Beowulf, there’s a lamb.
The obvious lesson here, lecturees, is to adjust your expectations to lower levels. This particular safety film has inadvisedly been mal-labelled as: “One of the funniest Comedy Sketches of all time.” No good can come of this. Expectations are automatically set at the stratosphere; it is mildly amusing. Be on the lookout for such misleading trade descriptions.
For previous important health and safety announcements in 2017, consult our archives on working conditions here and here.
That is all for now, tune in next Friday for the next lifesaving (potentially) Health and Safety Film!
Yes, Patrons, in 2018, back without popular demand: Friday night is Health and Safety Film Night at this particular blog circus tent. I recently shared news of the Hairdresser’s Ascent and Blow Dry on Mount Everest, and found to my astonishment that stouthearted comedy fans had not seen it before. Indubitably wayward. For the safety and encouragement of comedic hairdressers everywhere, the facts must be made plain:
For non-hairdressing Pythons planning urban expeditions, this next exciting footage features important techniques, crucial to the vertically challenged. Eagle-eyed observers will notice these groundbreaking techniques are similar to those ably demonstrated in early Superman and Batman tagteam wrestling TV spectaculars.
For non-domestic, high-rise challenges, teamwork and basic geography and geology is crucial, such as exhibited in this planning for the Kilimanjaro challenge. This training film lasts 5 minutes – for the impatient, theres is less talky talky and more practical demonstration, don’t you know, from 3 minutes 50 seconds in, if you prefer to begin regarding the small screen from that point in the proceedings. Tally-ho, toodle pip and send us a postcard from the summit. Both of you.
Friday again; another opportunity to pause and consider information from a short health and safety film which could come in useful. Today’s lesson is: safely using a mobile phone within the house. This is demonstrated in this brief Channel 4 film by Father Ted and Father Larry Duff.