Instructional film on civilian precautions and first aid measures to be taken during a gas attack in the United States.
United States USA Date:1943 Duration:3 min 21 sec Sound:Yes
From a dramatized civilian protection film produced by the Clorox Chemical company. A dramatization shows the precautions to be taken in case of a gas attack and the first aid measures to be used after the gas exposure. Planes in flight. Bomb wreckage during World War II. Soldiers carry injured, people flee a city. Tanks and bullets manufactured. Various precautions to be taken in case of a gas attack like closing the windows and other openings in the house. A man and woman move upstairs in the house to escape fumes. Air Warden sounds alert and asks to stay indoors. Clothes affected by gas attack outside a house. Liquid gas removed from the skin by blotting with a tissue. Exposed skin cleaned and rinsed with bleaching solution. A baking soda solution containing water used to irrigate eyes. Man takes a shower and soaks himself up. Nose irrigated with baking soda solution. In case of unavailability of first aid one must take a bath. Adequate rest to be taken to prevent exertion.
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