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Process, Practice & Impact classification:

The following processes, practices and impacts relate to key technical and commercial activities of the Scottish shale oil industry or are associated with the community and environmental impact of their operations :

3.2 - Home & Community
Many of the towns and villages associated with the shale oil industry were established on previously agricultural ground and owe their origins to the industry. They were tightly-knit communities with co-operatives, friendly societies and other community organisations. Sporting activities such as quoiting, bowling, football and cricket were popular

3 - Social Impact
3.1 - Workplace
3.1.1 - Worker's Representation (26 Items)
3.1.2 - Occupational Health (52 Items)
3.1.3 - Personal Histories: Working Lives (139 Items)
3.2 - Home & Community
3.2.1 - Friendly Societies & Cooperatives (22 Items)
3.2.2 - Public Health (6 Items)
3.2.3 - Personal Histories: Home & Community Lives (116 Items)
3.2.4 - Community Organisations, Sports & Pastimes (26 Items)
3.2.5 - Events, Occasions & Presentations (56 Items)
3.3 - Influence & Legacy
3.3.1 - Emigration and Overseas Influence (35 Items)
3.3.2 - Environmental Rehabilitation (20 Items)
3.3.3 - Celebrating & Recording Shale Heritage (44 Items)