reason(s) at the time of termination or nonrenewal shall be considered an admission by the employer that the termination or nonrenewal was for impermissible motives. The owners of the factory had locked the doors to prevent the women inside from taking unauthorized breaks and stealing clothing, which led to a massive loss of life when a fire broke out inside. A 1993 re-assessment focused less on operator error than the initial 1986 report, as it turned out that the Soviet authorities had overstated how many test parameters were actually prohibited by regulations when the test was designed. One-lane roads with no guardrails, 1000 foot dropoffs, and tight spots where it's nearly impossible to get through without the dirt crumbling beneath at least one tire, are distressingly common. While the bridges may be defensive structures a la Khazad-dm, where they aren't over lava, they're over drops that you need a parachute to survive. Ennesby: We fired. 8.08 requires informed consent for therapy,.031 requires the reporting of impaired, incompetent, or unethical colleagues. Star Mares, like every other parody of Star Wars, makes a comment on the inability of Imperial planners to consider workplace safety in their designs. Which is ironic given that Robert Nozick cited the following example in his classic article Coercion on page 2 no lessas so obvious an instance of coercion as to scarcely require explanation or elaboration: You threaten to get me fired from my job.
In Let the Right One In, fourth-floor hospital windows can be opened by the patient from the inside, no less! Also justified in that (1 it was a mining vessel, and probably used the chasms for storage and (2) they are Romulans. Recognition of professional autonomy It is not common that courts in the USA explicitly recognize the need for professional autonomy. The construction site has huge ramps leading over large drops to the road below. Rule 87 of the Evil Overlord List gives advice on how to avoid thisand if you're plotting to rule the world, you should heed its advice. The green shiny glowy thing channeling Thalaron radiation in Shinzon's ship is all open and exposed, allowing anybody to walk right up to it, hand phaser said glowy thing, and blow the ship all to hell. This is evident when you press the emergency button that opens all the doors in your ship, including the airlock through which you get promptly thrown out, even if you're sitting comfortably on a pilot's seat. Itemizing all these ins and outs in advance would partake of the prolixity of a legal code, to borrow a phrase. Considering how many superheroes and villains owe their powers to messed-up experiments, one would think that engineers and scientists have learned to at least put a cover on the damn pit so that enterprising kids and random rabbits don't fall. During development, the ability to make minecarts go flying off ramps (and smack into each other mid-air) was implemented before the ability to have Dwarves ride them. When signing the whistleblower law, Governor Kean explained cepa's purpose: It is most unfortunate but, nonetheless, true that conscientious employees have been subjected to firing, demotion or suspension for calling attention to illegal activity on the part of his or her employer.