rooms of mirrors I was in Germany a couple of weeks ago. Among Dortmund’s attractions are the German Occupational Health and Safety Exhibition. (DASA) Their website sells it thus:

“The concept of the exhibition is not geared towards displaying technical innovation from a futurist perspective. Nor is priority given to the issues of labour market policy. More importance is given to the question raised on how to safeguard key human values such as health, dignity, well-being and participation in society, in view of the foreseeable developments in the world of work from the occupational safety and health point of view.”

We didn’t go. Maybe next time.