Saturday, July 31, 2010

Maintenance Safety FAIL 2


Maintenance Safety FAIL 2, originally uploaded by djwudi.

not safe


not safe, originally uploaded by nova-widyanto.

Sunday, July 25, 2010

Disabled Tibetan Truck with Photo of Lama on Kangding - Tagong Highway, Ganzi, Sichuan

Great wheel chocks

Saturday, July 24, 2010

Engineer with laptop

Friday, July 23, 2010

Disjoncteur (switch-blade switch)

France

Product Liability At Work


Product Liability At Work, originally uploaded by Jeff Rasansky.

Safety First


Safety First, originally uploaded by trythefly travels.

Monday, July 12, 2010

Hehehe sometimes we get a little bored :-)

Scene of crime

Fire Safety Training


Fire Safety Training , originally uploaded by bmeddac.

Nice flip flops

Saturday, July 10, 2010

Industrial Accident


Industrial Accident, originally uploaded by scottnj.

What not to do

Unsafe climbing


Unsafe, originally uploaded by abood90.

roofing & turfing


roofing & turfing, originally uploaded by dixon1919.

Green side up

Tuesday, July 06, 2010

Factory closes down as workers pass out | National news | The Phnom Penh Post - Cambodia's Newspaper of Record

Factory closes down as workers pass out | National news | The Phnom Penh Post - Cambodia's Newspaper of Record

AUTHORITIES ordered the temporary closure of a garment factory in the capital’s Meanchey district yesterday after 47 of its employees fainted while working.

Tep Bora, the chief of Boeung Tumpun commune, said 22 workers at the Pine Great (Cambodia) Garments factory collapsed on Friday, followed by 25 more on Saturday.

“We have decided to postpone [the operations of] the Pine Great factory for a period until they find the reason those workers fainted,” he said yesterday.

He added that a further 50 workers had reported headaches after shifts at the factory.

Tep Bora said that those who suffered fainting spells recovered after being sent to the Cambodian-Russian Friendship Hospital and were resting at home.

“We do not know for sure whether they fainted because of the chemicals that preserve the clothes, because we are still investigating,” he said.

Pok Vanthat, director of the Occupational Health Department at the Ministry of Labour, said yesterday that his department had yet to investigate the incident, but denied chemicals were a likely cause.

“It could be caused by a variety of different reasons, such as the bad environment in the factory, shock from seeing other workers faint or not eating enough food with enough vitamins,” he said.

Factory managers and affected workers could not be reached for comment yesterday.

safety photosSafety photos and a few safety jokes - Original jokes are copyright

Sunday, July 04, 2010

Spanish-American women replastering an adobe house. This is done once a year. Chamisal, New Mexico (LOC)

Spanish-American women replastering an adobe house. This is done once a year. Chamisal, New Mexico - next year it will be a PDF

Dark Knight of Urbex

Rack


Rack, originally uploaded by splorp.