He stated that for those in the front line, it should be a standard procedure to wear a safety suit the minute their shift starts instead of putting it on when an incidence occurs. This is to reduce the time taken for the person to be ready to respond, and thereby limiting the damage caused by the incidence.
Not to say that shipping is dangerous but there still remain risks. Health and safety measures have improved remarkably through the years but there will still be the occasional trifling crash, theft, delay or explosion.
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