Safety measures and plant operations at a Ford Motor Plant in United States.
United States USA Date:1949 Duration:5 min 1 sec Sound:Yes
A Ford Motor Plant in United States. Smokestacks in the background. Conveyor rise to top of building. Sheet of metal come out of rollers. Sheet metal cutting machine. Molten metal flies from blast furnace. Crane dips into hold at bridge of a ship. Worker's hands operate controls. Ingot on rollers. Workers use arc welders. Worker heats long rod in furnace. Workers in plant yard. Sign on building reads 'Safety is Everybody's Business'. Workers come downstairs. Safety signs on various buildings. Men discuss blue prints and go through various safety manuals. Views of various types of protective gears. Man shows a worker operation of machine. He points out unsafe factor on machine. Plate covering hole in machine. Fireman fills well around explosives storage tank with water. Workers at assembly lines. Various safety signs and posters. Photographers take pictures of group of workers holding plaque. Aerial view of several plants. Crane lifts large gear wheel onto flatcar. Worker operates drill. New cars come off the assembly line. Man at desk speaks about the completion of 3 million man hours by Ford without a single accident. Aerial view of the Ford plant.
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