July 1998

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HPIn SHE: Draining the swamp

People who think they have a sense of humor often hang cute little pictures on their office walls with a motto that is supposed to convey an important message. For example, the infant sitting on a pot..

Whetton, Chris, ility Engineering

People who think they have a sense of humor often hang cute little pictures on their office walls with a motto that is supposed to convey an important message. For example, the infant sitting on a potty, with the caption "The job isn't over until the paperwork is done". If I ever see that one in a safety department, I always draw attention to it: in safety, the job has only just started when the paperwork is done. Another bears the motto: "When you're up to your ass in alligators, its hard to remember that you set out to drain the swamp". I was reminded of both of these during the past week. A press release came from the Oil, Chemical and Atomic Workers Union's (OCAW), criticising t

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