Our office recently got a call from a government bureaucrat informing us that NCC employees needed training.
Get this: the law requires us to be educated as to how to properly handle "hazardous materials".
We assumed at first it was a mistake.
After all, this is an office not a chemical plant. The closest thing we have to a hazardous material is the cologne one of my co-workers splashes over his body.
But no according to the Occupational Health and Safety Act and the Workplace Harzardous Material Information System, such items as liquid paper, toner for copiers and any cleaning product are deemed to be hazardous materials.
I wonder how I have survived this long.