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Xavier123  
#1 Posted : 19 June 2017 09:06:13(UTC)
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Xavier123

Browsing my favoured science-humour web comics and this weekend, SMBC gave us this one entitled 'Safety':

http://www.smbc-comics.com/comic/safety

I also quite like this one from XKCD about assumptions:

https://xkcd.com/898/

Anyone else got any good links to safety messages delivered in an unusual manner? that I can steal and pretend I found..... ;)

aud  
#2 Posted : 19 June 2017 18:38:12(UTC)
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aud

The BBC rates the chance of "Health &Safety Officers" being replaced by robots in the near future as over 50%. Not so funny now, eh? 

I quite liked https://xkcd.com/688/ which reminds me of most H&S 'accident stat' graphs I have seen, re: degree of pointlessness. 

thanks 1 user thanked aud for this useful post.
DavidGault on 20/06/2017(UTC)
DavidGault  
#3 Posted : 20 June 2017 08:26:50(UTC)
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DavidGault

Originally Posted by: aud Go to Quoted Post

The BBC rates the chance of "Health &Safety Officers" being replaced by robots in the near future as over 50%. Not so funny now, eh? 

I quite liked https://xkcd.com/688/ which reminds me of most H&S 'accident stat' graphs I have seen, re: degree of pointlessness. 

It seems viable.  There are some very accurate medical diagnosis apps and the structure of questions would not be very different.



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