Learn more about what a seizure is, signs & symptoms and causes. A St John Ambulance trainer demonstrates what to look for if someone is having a seizure, what causes a seizure and what to do to help. Learn more life saving skills.
Find out how to save a choking baby with #TheChokeables – the new advert from St John Ambulance. Pen lid, marble, princess and jelly baby have had enough of being a hazard and they are here to show you the correct technique to save a choking baby. Learn it is easy to save a choking baby’s life.
Curious about laser level? Watch the demo and Learn How To Use Laser Levels. In surveying and construction, the laser level is a control tool consisting of a laser beam projector. The tool is leveled according to the accuracy of the device and projects a fixed red or green beam about the horizontal and/or vertical axis.
8 Old School Tips For Better Hand Filing, by Clickspring. I use Swiss made Grobet files for the vast majority of my filing and I find them to be excellent. Be sure to confirm that they are actually made in Switzerland before you buy, and keep an eye out for the bunny on the tang.
I set out to build my own musical instruments, starting first with a drum made using a pig hide and maple wood. Andy George will discover what it takes to make everything from scratch. His mission is to understand the complex processes of manufacturing that is often taken for granted and do it all himself.
Curious to learn about PLA aka Poly Lactic Acid use in biodegradable plastics. Watch me explore the world of plastics and polymers by making a few basic plastics from biological sources I've collected before, and with the help of the Center for Sustainable Polymers at the University of Minnesota.
Curious about what is Hall Effect and how Hall Effect Sensors work. The Hall Effect is the most common method of measuring magnetic field and the Hall Effect sensors are very popular and have many contemporary applications.
MFA training video on 24-foot ladder,single person low shoulder carry & raise technique. Once raised to the desired height, the ladder is rotated 180 degrees so that it is in the proper climbing position (fly out.) The climbing angle is then adjusted and the halyard secured.