No hair cover. No anti static. No coat. Yellow freaking gogs under clear white light. Working on a mobo that's obviously just been plonked on the desk as "it looks sciency"
Oh and the 3d degree burns to her hand
This picture makes my eye twitch
@DancingIsNotAdvised, you don’t hold the soldering iron by the hot burny end?
@DancingIsNotAdvised, I worked for a pharmaceutical company that recently added some pictures to their website where people had drawn chemical structures that don’t make any sense. When we, the chemists, raised this concern stating that it makes us look stupid to other scientists, we were ignored. Which is awesome, since the company works largely on collaborations so it probably looks great when they try to setup a new collab.
@DancingIsNotAdvised, Also it’s a woman and there isn’t so much as a single stove or laundry machine nearby.
@HoorayFerSocks, I had almost exactly the same issue when I worked for a drug discovery company. Nice to know it's industry standard...
@DancingIsNotAdvised, As a technician, we dont cover our hair or wear coats, and our static devices are on our feet
@HoorayFerSocks, I loved when we got catalogs and look at all the models smiling while they were working with food coloring products.
@big freedom, no and also she's not even holding the metal that she's soldering with her bare hand she obviously doesn't know what she's doing
@big freedom, right? How else are you supposed to know when it's hot enough?
@Not Enrique, I can’t think of any other way.
@WelI Obviously, Well obviously
I accidentally tapped one and the skin turned all white around it. I immediately ran cold water but it scared the crap out of me.
I’m in an electronics class at school, and the soldering irons are set at 430C. I accidentally caught my knuckle with one, and I couldn’t feel the burn afterwards because it fried all the nerves. Those things are dangerous.
Oh true. It’s easy to tell this is fake here because she’s a woman
“Our wages (and equipment) will shock you!”
@PBnJ, "Or burn you. Whatever comes first."
@Captain Doobie, Aww, I thought it sent a current through.... This is why I should be a model.
@PBnJ, Lol its for soldering so it just gets super hot to melt solder which keeps the little components in place and work properly. But yes. I would enjoy another model in this world
Oh I get it, she doesn’t have her oven mitt on to hold the soldering iron. Duh
She must not have feeling in her hands cuz damn mines are burning for her
Also looks like a chemistry lab...