Présentation de l'éditeur
In 1979, video apparently killed the radio star setting the floodgates open for the most dangerous decade in pop music. The Tide Is High, Eternal Flame, Electric Avenue are typical of the hazardous situations gracing the labels of seven inch singles in the 1980's.
In today's compensation culture, any employer allowing Baggy Trousers in a workshop would find themselves torn apart in a tribunal. And that's where this handbook comes in.
Take I'm Still Standing by Elton John. If Elton has been on his feet for six hours, he is required by law to take a tea break. When standing for long periods of time, he should rock from toes to heel intermittently to keep blood circulating through his legs and feet.
When did a DJ on the radio last tell you that? Never. That's when.
Whether you are an employer, employee or general member of the public this book advises on health and safety conduct anywhere that 80's music might present a risk.