Santa received a notice of violation( 1926.102) lack of PPE – Eye and Face Protection. This is #10 on OSHA’s TopTen violations for 2019.
The industrial revolution provided us with many great inventions of machinery. Machinery is great because it helps to do the jobs of drilling, sanding, polishing, cutting, shaping, bending a lot easier and more efficiently. However, as most machines do, they are also loud and noisy when used which creates a new set of problems.
As you can see, the elf busy drilling holes is not wearing any PPE. In this environment, how many kinds of PPE should the elves be wearing? At least,
Safety goggles or face shield – Prevents the wood chips from the drilling entering your eye creating serious sight issues or from hitting your face.
Dust mask – Prevents you from inhaling wood sawdust into your lungs.
Earplugs or other hearing protection – Prevents the loud noises from damaging your ears and hearing.
Can you think of any other PPE? Will this be enough to fix this ticket let alone save Santa’s workshop? Find out tomorrow. On the Second Day.
Santa received an OSHA violation and pending inspection notice.
Right now, as you are reading this, Santa’s elves are hard at work putting the finishing touches on the toys and other gifts made for girls and boys around the world. But friends, I’m here to tell you that those kids may never see those gifts. Santa’s secret workshop is in danger from the dastardly efforts of a whistleblower (we suspect the Grinch) up at the North Pole and now the workshop is going to be inspected and in danger of being shut down by OSHA!
WE NEED YOUR HELPto prevent this from happening. Help Santa find all the violations in his workshop and how we can clean them up. Each workday until Christmas eve we will solve another violation and each time we find and solve the issue the Grinch fades away. If we fix all 10, the Grinch will be gone and Santa will be able to do his thing.