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The Screw!

by j0die_

Educational
2013

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About the Story

A short choose your own adventure game to highlight the importance of reporting hazards in the workplace.

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First Publication Date: September 18, 2013
Current Version: Unknown
Development System: quest
IFID: 3AB9DE93-C17F-4386-AEE1-B702561596A4
TUID: qemx2t444z0duqm7

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A good purpose, February 2, 2014
by Simon Deimel (Germany)
I am sure the writer of this game had a good intention. So the game is supposed to show the importance of safety at work, and that is fine. Improvised methods at a construction site can be dangerous for instance. I have seen photos of painters on adventurous ladder constructions.
So this game is located in an office building -- also okay. There are potential dangers. Let's see, what comes to mind? A partially broken wire of an office computer. Or another scene, an office worker places a candle with an open flame on his desk around Christmas, then is called away and forgets about it...
So no offence, but using a coffee vending machine (which has nothing to do with the work itself) as an object to demonstrate the importance of safety seemed a bit strange and even amusing to me. There are probably better examples, like those mentioned above.

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