A few years ago we recorded some snow safety training videos. At the time, the videos were huge, and are still huge even by today’s standards. Posting them to YouTube has helped, though. For those that are interested, the reason they are so big is the huge snowflakes. They required the video to create a new keyframe for every frame, resulting in a video that is at least twice the size that it could have been. But that’s beside the point.
The videos cover topics such as hypothermia and frostbite. We hope that you enjoy them!
The first video sets the foundation for the training series, with some basic helpful information about cold weather.
The next is about Hypothermia. What should to do if you have hypothermia?
And finally, here’s a video on Frostbite. How should you handle a case of frostbite?