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So is it safe to assume that your toilet is piss stained and shit streaked?yeah, you would think. I'm on the sunny side of death so i don't waste time cleaning. but that's just me.
For sure. This sort of thing is pretty rare from what I've seen. It's remarkable that commercial grade cleaners had enough purity to kill someone in a short amount of time whos not trapped in a tiny area, such as the inside of a car via chemical suicide.Even if you can read English and/or Spanish, some of us can't read Chemistry.
I feel bad for the manager.
I got gassed in a pit like that.like someone said, a LOT of shit we use regularly CAN be dangerous.
I am reminded of the one where you clean some equipment with a solvent (like brake cleaner), then strike up a spark (like from an arc welder), and accidentally cause phosgene gas to puff up.
From personal experience I can tell you that respect for risk management to protect both customers and co-workers has taken a back seat to political correctness and "feels".Maybe, instead of management trainees learning about protecting how people identify as a gender, and avoid using the wrong pronouns addressing customers....they should have instead spent training time on SAFETY ISSUES???
gawd, if i were a manger today, HR would walk me out near the entrance door, grab my badge, and shove me out the door!From personal experience I can tell you that respect for risk management to protect both customers and co-workers has taken a back seat to political correctness and "feels".
Unfortunately in a lot of the legit lethal gas situations that's not cutting it.Stuff like this is why I keep my front-of-the-t-shirt respirator and safety squints handy.