“Mr. Bennett says he sometimes tracks his lunch treks, noting on his safety card how he will control for every possible threat on the way, from flights of stairs to the busy intersection outside the office.”Is this due to adiagnosed disorder, such as obsessive compulsive disorder, or an anxiety disorder? No. He’s simply following safety protocol as spokesman for Rio Tinto Kennecott Mine, according to the Wall Street Journal.
I’ve visited Kennecott Mine, and it is a fascinating and dangerous place with an intense need for safety protocols.But, when people who work across town, in an office building, have to document daily “safety hazards” such as eating bread, it becomes ridiculous.
To keep reading, click here: Why Focusing On Safety Can Be Very Dangerous