CitroJim wrote: ↑
01 Sep 2017, 12:13
How about this one for a bit of family bliss then
Well I just don't know where to start
His workbench is just far too cluttered - it's an accident waiting to happen in that state. I bet none of his power tools are connected to an RCD. The piece of wood he's cutting isn't clamped down in any way - he hasn't even made an attempt to secure it properly. There's not a single piece of PPE in sight - no gloves, no eye protection, no hearing protection, no dust suppression. I bet he hasn't even done a risk assessment or method statement. As for the lady in the background - I'm not sure that's the correct attire for serious construction and maintenance work in the home. I bet she hasn't even got steel toe-capped boots on. How on earth did these people make old bones ?
Or this one!
What can I say ? Someone
needs to have a word with their diversity officer. I'm not sure that's representative of the average household. The mother and child I can understand, but who has a waxwork model of a man as a father figure in their living room ? They must have been strange times