Years ago I found myself chairing the committee for a work party. Since many of the committee volunteers couldn’t attend every meeting, frequently ideas would be presented that had already been covered. While I appreciated the participation, even if sporadic, it was frustrating to have to cover the same ground again.
Here’s the safety tie-in. When it comes to safety, the work has already done and procedures have been established for a reason. Don’t take time to reinvent the wheel. Rely on the experts and learn to …