Monthly Archives December 2017

Random Pieces

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incomplete puzzle

A few weeks ago, I was at a training session at work.  We were split into 3 groups and each group had a jigsaw puzzle to complete. There was a prize to be won by the group that completed the puzzle first. We all got to work, different strategies. Trust me, I got all the edges together and my team was making progress. However, we realised that we couldn’t complete the puzzle as hard as we tried because some pieces just did not fit in. We kept trying to force them in until a member from one of the other groups mentioned that they had the same problem. Just the fact that we realised that we had similar issues made us check out the random pieces they had, and they had some of the pieces we needed whilst we had some of the pieces they needed...

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Wet Spills

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wet floor

When I was a kid, my mum used to be almost paranoid about spills and wet floors and for good reason too. Water spills are reputed as one of the major causes of domestic and industrial accidents. Unlike other liquids that would often leave a stain, water because of its colourlessness was a danger that one hardly noticed, reason wet floors are reputed to be one of the most prevalent dangers to both the spiller and an innocent passer-by. This is because the spiller may not recall that there was a spill and an innocent passer-by would be totally oblivious to it as well.

Usually, around construction sites or offices, when floors are being cleaned, there is a big yellow hazard sign indicating that there was a spill and that the floor is wet so we become extra careful when walking past and more a...

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