Anonymous

If you are gonna work on a construction company, are you required to watch accident videos for education's sake?

If that said company provides you one before starting to work with them. No matter how gruesome these accident videos are to anyone or not.

Update:

Would you watch them?

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  • Anonymous
    3 months ago
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    Many of us are required to be CPR/FA/BBP certified for our workplaces whether we are in construction, child care, lifeguarding, etc.   That entails training including those videos.  If one can't deal with blood, burn, impalement, vomiting, etc. one probably shouldn't be in a job where those things are more likely to happen.   It's your obligation to help your coworker(s); and furthermore, if you're paid to care for others and you fail, you can face criminal and civil charges as well as lose your license/job/business.

    So yeah, if you can't/won't watch the video so you have a basic FA/BBP education, then you should be replaced with a worker who can/will.

    Would you want your dad, brother, daughter to lie there bleeding while their idiot coworker is hiding their eyes screaming "ewwww....that's gross" instead of helping to save their life?

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  • 3 months ago

    If the company requires you to, yes.

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  • Anonymous
    3 months ago

    I don't see why not.

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