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  1. Gary W. Douglas
    February 13, 2018 @ 11:37 pm

    What we’re seeing is the result of three fold: 1) Dumbing down of youth through indoctrination of public and “higher education” thus, the next generation being created to become lemmings – having no ability or awareness of critical thought and lacking any depth of thought, 2) runaway liability issues because of greed, liberalism, and activists in positions of law, and 3) attempting to mimic failed social systems that have shown no creativity or industrial growth, for the sake of globalist agendas. Also an attempt to make everything the same and ensuring no one can do anything else.

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  2. Peggy
    January 20, 2019 @ 11:28 am

    I was relieved to see this article affirming what I have thought for some time. I coined the term ‘safety saturation’. We are full up on information to the point it is spilling over and failing to be retained. The safest worker is one allowed to go from point A to point B in the work process. Instead we have created numerous interruptions and work stoppage in that pathway. I am a full time safety consultant and even I don’t buy everything I am selling. The theory is correct…no one loves their job enough to get hurt for it. We all want to be safe. I believe at the heart of this issue is legalities..insurance, lawyers. Industries that make money from the extension, proliferation and fear mongering of Occupational Health and Safety.

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