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FML - The follow-up
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Hi. This is the original poster. 1. I was not trying to boss him around or be a tattle-tale. We work at a warehouse store and his job requires him to regularly perform heavy lifting INDOORS and heavy lifting OUTDOORS when he has to help customers carry things to their cars and load them. The guy was relatively new, so I was concerned about his safety. I thought maybe he just left the house in a hurry and forgot that he was wearing sandals. I've accidentally almost left the house in my running
By feetfreak - / Wednesday 13 November 2013 09:00 / United States - Laguna Hills
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Hi. This is the original poster. 1. I was not trying to boss him around or be a tattle-tale. We work at a warehouse store and his job requires him to regularly perform heavy lifting INDOORS and heavy lifting OUTDOORS when he has to help customers carry things to their cars and load them. The guy was relatively new, so I was concerned about his safety. I thought maybe he just left the house in a hurry and forgot that he was wearing sandals. I've accidentally almost left the house in my running

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Are you serious? I do work in numerous production plants where steel toes are required as a matter if safety - no open toed shoes or sandals allowed. Employees, even those who aren't management or on the safety committee do, and should, point out safety hazards to yet employees.

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... I just cannot at the people saying OP deserved it becsuse it's "none of their business". Seriously, what's wrong with people? it has nothing to do with being their "business" people are not entitled to that kind of immunity. If someone sees something wrong say something, Christ's sake! people so paralyzed by whether it's their business or not and others so emboldened by the thought they are entitled to total privacy, is how this work is crap, just fuck people. honestl

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All OP did was ask why he was wearing sandals. If something was against policy and you didnt know would you rather someone mind their business and let you get in trouble or tell you something. Then youd be calling OP an asshole for not saying anything.

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how does asking why make her a self righteous asshole? if those shoes are against OSHA safety standards, it's not just that guy who's gonna get chewed out, it's gonna everyone there getting yelled at for not correcting the situation

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#41: What? I work in an environment that has the potential for fatalities, AND I have female co-workers. They are held to the same safety standards as their male counterparts. If they do not comply, they are reprimanded accordingly.

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