Yeah, so...life's been happening the last couple of weeks. Between wedding planning (we leave in 3 weeks!), houseguests last weekend, a trip to Staten Island last week, and trying to get a roof contract wrapped up, there's been little time to write.
However, I figured I should share this.
Here at work, we had to take an online ethics training course. It was fairly ridiculous, with lousy voiceover actors talking about how they might have a hot inside stock tip, or maybe a country club membership if the other lousy voiceover actor could just make sure that contract gets signed or that PO pushed back into last fiscal year.
It was an hour of inanity I'll never get back.
Now, full disclosure here: I'm a dynamite test taker. I'm sure this won't apply to many of you out there, but I think I could have answered all these questions without even listening to the lousy actors. You're welcome to try.
If you learn that laws or regulations have been violated, you should:
( ) wait and see if anyone finds out about it.
( ) make sure you're not involved and get rid of any troublesome documents before a real investigation starts.
( ) report it to your supervisor or through appropriate Company channels immediately.
( ) launch your own investigation to gather more information and to avoid wasting the Company's time.
A coworker has recently made jokes about shooting up the Company. He seems angry a lot. What should you do?
( ) Transfer to a different department.
( ) Talk to him and try to calm him down.
( ) Make a note of it so there's a record in case something happens.
( ) Report the jokes to management.
What should you do if you notice a safety hazard in the workplace?
( ) Take steps necessary to keep the hazardous condition from affecting others and report it to your supervisor.
( ) Review the MSDS and try to work around it.
( ) Fix it yourself.
( ) Keep quiet unless someone else notices.