Dear Heythere, you've described some interesting stuff.
In the state where I live, law requires that for an 8 hour day we get:
* Two 10-minute breaks
* Half an hour for lunch
* Training on back protection and methods for safe lifting and transport of supplies
* Boots or closed toe shoes to be work on worksites.
* Scheduled fire drills
* Scheduled emergency evacuation drills
* Access to water especially in hot weather
* First aid kids prominently displayed and we are taught where they are.
Supervisors and work leaders trained in first aid and have telephone access to
summon emergency medical care.
Do you have anything like this at the Monte Sahaja worksites?
When persons arrive at Monte Sahaja are they required to have up to date immunizations and test negative for TB? Or documentation from a licensed physician that if they did have active TB that it has been arrested.
A former Moo devotee named Joyfree also listed these questions about satsang assembly hall safety:
Let’s add following:
- is there sufficient light on the paths to offer safe passage?
- Are entrance and exits marked?
- Is the electrical equipment correctly fixed?
- Are those tested by an authorized person?
- Are the gas-bottles used for warm water in the showers, kitchen, etc. properly applied and inspected by an authorized person?
- Is there an evacuation plan in case of fire?
- Are there any fire alarms and have those been tested?
- Are exit doors effective enough for the capacity of people hosted in case of evacuation?
- Are fire drills performed?
- What are the measurements to ensure an bacteria-free environment?
- Do emergency cars have access?
—- one might not even dare to imagine what happens in case of emergency, if over 800 people are squeezed in an around a hall with a capacity of a quarter! With no lightning on the paths and you are supposed to used your own flashlight.
You are truly left at the mercy of God!