NEGATIVE - CRITIQUE - CRITIQUE OF WORK 324
IMPACT: WORK CAUSES ECOLOGICAL DISASTERS
WORK FATIGUE CAUSES HUGE ECOLOGICAL DISASTERS -- EXXON VALDEZ & BHOPAL EXAMPLES
Leisure Party, 1999; Beyond the Work Ethic http://freespace.virgin.net/sarah.peter.nelson/menu3a.html // acs
According to a survey of British and Australian accountants published to coincide with the first National Go Home on Time Day eight out of ten British accountants said they never left the office on time for fear of being seen to be shirking - even though most of them recognise that long hours are bad for productivity.
Among the catastrophes in which human fatigue has played a part are the Exxon Valdez oil spillage, the Challenger crash, the Bhopal disaster, and the Clapham Junction railway crash.