[Nottingham] 'elth 'n' safty gone Terry Gilliam Brazil bonkers?!

Jason Irwin jasonirwin73 at gmail.com
Wed Oct 5 09:51:35 UTC 2011

On 05/10/11 09:35, Martin wrote:
> Is not the onus and responsibility that the delegates have their own
> equipment insured and tested as might be prudent?

Would you trust random strangers (which is what we are as far as the pub
is concerned) to plug random equipment into your infrastructure when you
are not yourself an expert and thus unable to assess the safety/health
of the equipment?

You could always ask the sparks.  If they are good, they'll view testing
equipment that doesn't need it as a pain in the balls as well.  Although
what happens when we want to use a new lappy or something?  And will
they be charging?  As an aside, I would have thought it would all have
been going back to RCDs at the fuse box, so there'd be protection from
any over-load.

And if you think all this is crazy, do not even start me on the hassle
of teaching martial arts to children!

Anyway, I have the answer.  Bring our own generator...

Jason Irwin

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