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Its devastated us all, said Mrs Foster. The parents said Nicky was particularly badly affected. Mr Davies said his daughter was 25 when Stuart a former pupil of Alun School, Mold died and she was raising a young daughter of her own. Shes still cut up about it all these years later. Its hit her really badly, he said.Ive always said to her all youve got to do is think of a time you enjoyed being with Stuart or think of something silly he did. It takes the sadness away and puts a smile on your face. Otherwise losing one son is going to take away all the rest of the people. He said Stuart and his brother Leslie were like best friends. Mrs Foster said: Leslie finds it hard too. The two of them were always together. They were very different but they did everything together. Where Leslie was quiet, she said, Stuart was lively. Hed do anything for a laugh, she added. He was very loving. Hed do anything for anybody, especially for his brothers and sisters, even though he was the youngest. Mr Davies said Stuarts birthday was a particularly difficult time. When that comes up, we all think about him but to be honest, he said. But never a day goes by when I dont mention him or think about him. Every day hes coming up in some conversation or thought.
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According to Metro Trains, the campaign contributed to a 30% reduction in so-called near-miss accidents. The video itself utilises black comedy, and features a variety of cute cartoon characters accidentally killing themselves through acts of stupidity. The video culminates in the final three characters being killed by trains due to their unsafe behaviour . The success of the campaign illustrates that communicating a serious message effectively neednt be boring. A company capitalising on the trend away from the dreaded death by PowerPoint, is Brisbanes elearning development company digibox. The company was recently the recipient of the Brandon Hall Gold Award for Best Use of Video for Learning after they produced videos that helped Xstrata Coal Australia reduce injuries by 50%. The effectiveness of the Xstrata campaign , and the startling decline in injury reduction didnt surprise CEO Daniel Bermingham. Its palatable information with a motivation behind why you want to see it. Totally left-field, and an integrated experience for communicating such that it does actually create cultural change. People are so aware of it, and there was a lot of logic and methodology behind it as well, Bermingham told Dynamic Business. We use 3D animation to build these video assets, and the reason why its such an effective tool to educate and Im not going to say train because really what you do is when they walk out of that room they actually are educated and know how to do something differently is the fact that we can immerse people within an environment that theyre going buy-into, Bermingham said. Communicating a message in 3D animation is done using characters and scenarios in the workers own environment, using their particular uniform and their diversity thats the key point which cuts through. Founded in 2003, digibox has been in Australia for six years. The company has its roots in the aftermath of a safety incident at an offshore location where they was fatalities involved there needed to be a way to train different groups of people in a variety of environments, in a way that was easily relatable.
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Shes still cut up about it all these years later. Its hit her really badly, he said.Ive always said to her all youve got to do is think of a time you enjoyed being with Stuart or think of something silly he did. It takes the sadness away and puts a smile on your face. Otherwise losing one son is going to take away all the rest of the people. He said Stuart and his brother Leslie were like best friends. Mrs Foster said: Leslie finds it hard too. The two of them were always together. They were very different but they did everything together. Where Leslie was quiet, she said, Stuart was lively. Hed do anything for a laugh, she added. He was very loving. Hed do anything for anybody, especially for his brothers and sisters, even though he was the youngest. Mr Davies said Stuarts birthday was a particularly difficult time. When that comes up, we all think about him but to be honest, he said. But never a day goes by when I dont mention him or think about him. Every day hes coming up in some conversation or thought. Its a shock that its been so long since we lost him. Mr Davies, who lives in Chester with partner Sue Rothwell and their son Ryan, seven said his young son often reminded him of the son he lost.
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