“KIIIT-TEEEE!” My son froze in his tracks as he growled the word as deeply as any 18-month old can. I looked up, half expecting to “The BUNNY! A Perspective Story”
And sometimes they smell better… This morning my car smelled faintly like feet and a wet dog dipped in cheese. It was more weird than “Why Routines are Safer”
If you don’t think the safety beliefs of the 1950s are alive and well, you’re fooling yourself.
Experience is a powerful teacher. But it can also be a catalyst for complacency for those using it to teach. Next time you’re in a position to convey your experience to someone else, be sure you don’t fall into the trap of believing that person will understand what you’re teaching in the same way you do.
I’ve always known that nothing I do will make someone else behave safely or follow any given rule. But I’ve also known that my responsibility is to instill the importance and reasoning (the “why”) behind those directives.
Of course, I’m talking about Ph probes used for recording scientific data. Are there even any other kinds of probes?