Video Details

  • You Are My Sunshine

Video ID:  1045      Date:  2007      Minutes:  69     

A detailed documentary of the Sunshine Mine Disaster of 1972. Tells the story of the disaster through the eyes of 27 survivors and honors the memory of the workers whose deaths prompted the passing of the federal Mine Safety and Health Act of 1977. The video explores what happened, what went wrong and lessons learned. Survivors discuss how their lives were changed. Information is applicable for emergency response workers or those potentially exposed to carbon monoxide or working in confined spaces. Chapters: The Early Days; the Fire; The Rescue.

Subjects Covered:  Carbon Monoxide, Confined Spaces, Emergency Response, Mine Safety     

Formats Available:  DVD Format     

Closed Captioning/Subtitles:  No     

Languages Available:  English     

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National Institute for Occupational Safety & Health

Phone:  800-356-4674

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