|Workers re-doing wiring on a sign above Walking Street|
On early trips to Thailand it used to be a minor amusement to keep an informal mental tally of unsafe work practices in and around construction sites; things that would be an attorney's delight here in the USA.
After losing count somewhere about a decade ago I don't play the game any more, but it's still something I notice.
Evidently others do, too, as I've gotten specific feedback about the first post from last April (especially the first image forbidding rubber slippers on site), so since there was a request for other images here are some for an otherwise lazy Friday.
|A fairly comprehensive warning menu I saw in March|
As you can see, there are a number of worthwhile warnings posted at a "real" construction site; often larger projects done under the auspices of a bigger commercial corporate umbrella. Nevertheless, there is still somewhat of a "loosey goosey" feel to enforcement.
The wiring below was within a foot of the "high voltage" warning on the safety sign above. Maybe that was intended to be sufficient, I don't know!
|Perhaps they were just sharing outlets for motocy drivers to charge their mobile phones.|
...and that doesn't even begin to address the hand-made scaffolding of one form or another. That'll be another day.
|Some wooden scaffolding looks just fine, some looks like a feral cat climbing it would bring it down|