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Risk management and on-site safety

Filed under: General — Downunder @ 6:06 pm Sun 10th November 2013

Risk management

5 Responses to “Risk management and on-site safety”

  1. Downunder says:

    Steel capped stilettos – didn’t realise you could get those. Maybe it’s only for management.

  2. Downunder says:

    I know, I spotted it too – no safety glasses and hearing protection.

  3. John Brett says:

    You wouldn’t want to injure a WOMAN! (OK for men to be injured of course).
    No offense to REAL women, who would be properly dressed for the job.

  4. Downunder says:

    Girls dress to fit in

    They dress to be part of a group. They want to be respected and they want to be liked. They want to be beautiful. They dress to impress. They copy their celebrity idols. These might well be fashion crimes, but short skirts and cleavage don’t signal a willingness to be victimised.

    I think I’m understanding Judith Collins here – women don’t actually dress for men they dress to be better than any other women around hoping that the man they want will only notice them and not the other women.

    When that doesn’t work they resort to offering sex. She probably though it best to leave that bit out.

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