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Look at the headgear.
Germany perhaps should learn from the neighbours Belgium and Denmark and adjust safety instructions because a cap is not enough. A hardhead is better. Even Vietnam knows that!
Take a look at Bartolomeo's Best Practices.
Hey! This is special. Before you continue your reading,
try to figure out for yourself what is so peculiar.
Did you notice that the man tries to escape from his two dimensions. All other workers are simply flat.
The heap is also kind of peculiar and reminds me of the counterparts in Spain.
Did he fail because of his poor shovel-handling? Did some new regulation passed the European Parliament? If that's the case, then let's hope that the EC-members comply with the same enthousiasm as to most regulations about environmental issues. We'll probably never know the real reason.
In the Netherlands similar men at work are found, but without the belt. And far away, in South-Africa, almost identical panels are planted; mirrored because of the lefthand driving.
The man is not adapted to the local
situation yet. Men at work never face the traffic, they turn their back
to the danger.
It's probably a British company doing road repairs in Germany that brought the warning signs from home. That should not happen. It's bad for our collections if everything gets mixed up. There is a leak in the regulations. Volunteers are needed to lobby with the Council of the European Union.