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This workplace safety video is the most terrifying thing you’ll ever watch


If you thought health and safety announcements were boring, allow this 1994 video from the United Safety Council to change things up a gear.

Featuring a seemingly unending parade of casualties, with a bodycount higher than most Game of Thrones episodes, as Gizmodo point out there's a good chance it'll leave you too scared to leave your house.

The video is called 'Will You Be Here Tomorrow?', and frankly if there's even a slim chance of any of this stuff happening to you at your workplace your answer should probably be: "Hell no."



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