It's not MAD science...just disappointed.

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Postby jterry94 on Thu Feb 21, 2008 4:47 am

Well it was good to see that a new cartoon was posted. I was afraid that the DOE might have offed Darren for making fun of Integrated Safety Management.

I really appreciated the Integrated ISM Safety poster with the arrows.

My wife even asked about Monday's comic, she said don't they realize that with people working there that you can't have 0 incidents.
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Postby Gav on Wed Feb 27, 2008 11:40 am

Well, just because I keep drawing cartoons, it doesn't mean I haven't been fired. In fact, probably the opposite. If I started posting more comics, you should get worried.

It's funny--one of the semi-managers at my work pointed out the the Dilbert comics from the same week:


I gave a talk a week ago (the day before the first Dilbert cartoon above) in which I put up the first of this "EH&S video" series on my first viewgraph.

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Postby CPUX on Tue Mar 25, 2008 1:46 pm

Well, I am wondering what EH&S had to say about this bit of mixed safety blessing.
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Postby CodeGuy on Thu Mar 27, 2008 1:52 pm

The online test in the comic reminds me of an online ethics test that my old company made us all take. The best part was that the answers were multiple choice and they randomised the order of the answers.

They randomised the order of the answers.

In other words, they expected us to cheat on the ethics test. :D
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