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Ethical dilemma.

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Re: Ethical dilemma.

Post by Alexis »

Totally agree Zorro. .salut

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Re: Ethical dilemma.

Post by Keith1983 »

Zorro wrote: Wed Nov 20, 2019 12:46 am Update.

I waited a month for the security manager to react and some kind of feedback but he said apparently didn't have time to read it...
I've decided that there is no point to pursue HS career and let reports like that dissapear...
So I've sent email to CEO at head office. After a week the manager miraculously managed to read the report and asked for help with action plan...

However I've decided to resign.

P.S. Passed NGC with Distinction.
Hi Zorro,
I hope all is well.
I think one of the skills of the H&S Professional is picking your battles. For example if a task is so dangerous you think that there is risk of someone being seriously injured immediately then that needs to be a priority. If there is a spelling mistake on a document that doesn't stop that document being understood then you don't need to go mad on that immediately.

I appreciate you can't communicate details of the challenges or issues you found but expecting everything to be 100% all of the time isn't realistic and there will always be an element of banging your head against the brick wall that is safety perfection! I wish you the best of luck in your future endeavours.
So when the whole world is safe..............what are we going to do then?
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Re: Ethical dilemma.

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I reckon "this always had been like that" as an excuse to avoid changes should be qualified as criminal offence.
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