Napo in... shocking situations

 
  • 2-D animation
     
  • Behaviour
     
  • Comedy
     
  • Electricity and energy
     
  • English
     
  • Equipment
     
  • General
     
  •  
  • Dangers
     
 
English
 

Description:

Electricity is a familiar and essential part of everyday life but electricity can injure or kill people, and cause damage, if it is not treated with respect. There are simple precautions that can be taken to significantly reduce the risk of injury when working with or near electricity. “Napo in… Shocking situations” describes some of the risks: short stories depict the confrontation between Napo and various electrical hazards, and the longer stories involve the organisation of work and working relationships. The hazard is played by a small figure drawn by an electric arc in electric blue colour. The film is designed to illustrate some of the issues, to promote discussion and to lead to safer working practices.

Target group:

Employees

Subject matter:

Electricity is a familiar and essential part of everyday life but electricity can injure or kill people, and cause damage, if it is not treated with respect. There are simple precautions that can be taken to significantly reduce the risk of injury when working with or near electricity. “Napo in… Shocking situations” describes some of the risks: short stories depict the confrontation between Napo and various electrical hazards, and the longer stories involve the organisation of work and working relationships.

Background:

Electricity is a serious hazard in the workplace (and at home)

Prizes won:

-

Publisher:

The Napo Consortium

Address:

290 Wigan Road, Standish
Wigan Road, Standish 290
WN60AD Wigan
United Kingdom

Telephone:

+441257422929

Fax:

    +441257422929

E-mail:

prpr@btinternet.com

URL:

www.napofilm.net

Production:

Via Storia

Address:

22 avenue de l'Europe, 67300 Schiltigheim, France
avenue de l'Europe 22
67300 Schiltigheim
France

Telephone:

.+33388191616

Fax:

    .+33388191616

E-mail:

info@viastoria.com

URL:

www.viastoria.com