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The Flowline of Understanding (c. 1953)

Paul and Elizabeth Nelson

Sound | c. 1953

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    This training film, produced by Petroleum Extension Service and the University of Texas Division of Extension, demonstrates the importance of communication and understanding on the job, using incidents common in the oil industry as examples. The film emphasizes how a well-organized communication system between management, supervisors, and workers in the field help prevent problems with both equipment and personnel.