If things go badly wrong in your industrial work space, you could go horribly nuts, not so? And the bigger your workshop floor, the more you need your wits about you. You only have one pair of hands. And you only have ten fingers. Let’s hope that that is still so. Let’s hope things have not yet fallen apart in your industrial space and there’ve been no serious accidents as a result. And let’s hope no bolts of lightning have struck your building.
When that happens, things always seem to go horribly wrong. But okay, there is only so much one factory manager can do. A wise old saying then. Only stress about the things you can control. And let someone else worry about those things that you really have no control over. Like thunder and lightning in the middle of the night. The best you can do if you’ve been given sufficient warning is to just batten down the hatches and lay low for the night.
But when the storm has passed, the shift recommences, and it is back to work you people. You could even have an electric light orchestra playing out there in the background just to lighten the mood among the workforce. Assuming it’s really busy out there, you might want to crank up the volume just a wee little bit more. But a soft, gentle melody or two can play while you’re giving all those industrial fasteners yet another thorough inspection after they’ve all been unpacked from the boxes just shipped in.
You really want to make sure all those nuts and bolts are going to fit like a glove by the time they’ve been slotted onto your machinery and tools, handheld or plugged in.