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Industrial Safety Education in Schools

The Welfare Division of the Metropolitan Life Insurance Company published dozens of public health booklets, offering advice on subjects ranging from healthy eating to the importance of vaccinating children against common diseases.

New York, New York: Metropolitan Life Insurance Company, c.1955. An educational booklet for educators and administrators working in industrial and trade schools, offering important information about health and safety for students. Begins with a brief discussion on the prevalence of accidents and the recent call for safety education in schools, and goes on to discuss subjects including: teaching students to inspect equipment; safeguarding tools and machinery; personal protection; neatness and storage; proper illumination and ventilation; accident reports and summaries; and safety committees and reports. Upper wrapper depicts a teen in overalls by a work bench, with an instructor at a blackboard looking on. Single vol. (7.75" by 5.5"), pp. 48, stapled in original illus. wrps. printed in black and green. Near-fine.

Price: $200.00

Item #23001201

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