posted on Feb, 26 2011 @ 07:28 AM
reply to post by Rob37n
within the scope of my tenureship, i have immunity from risk assessments and
method statements due to the sensitive nature of the work. no information
is logged to the extent that it is described. no personell are allowed to
be in the vicinity and the work is strictly carried out with backs turned if there
are individuals present. it is always amusing to see project overseers scratch
their heads, make calls and then close the file.
the vetting system is quite effective and i know of two occasions where the head sheds
have attempted to test my resolve. it has been an enjoyable experience to have the
nods of approval even though i myself did not doubt for one second my own loyalty.the
overall majority of mod personell are good eggs save for a few jobsworths who have
attempted and failed at superceding my resolve.compartmentalisation has its merits.
my work will never be described to anyone not even the missus. she just knows not
btw the statute barr statement was to see if anyone was on the ball.we are duty bound
till death with that little number.