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OSHA stands for the Occupational Safety and Health Administration, which is a government agency that was formed under the Nixon Administration in 1971.

Their role is to basically look at super unsafe workplace practices – often put into place in order to cut corners or save money – and go “HEY. NO.”

I mean, there are huge thick books full of rules and regulations, but the gist of it is “HEY. NO.”

Which is what any OSHA administrator worth their salt would doubtlessly be saying when they saw any of these situations playing out, which are brought to us by reddit.com/r/osha.

10. Check under the car

I’ve seen enough cartoons to know where this is going.

9. Are you there, God?

It’s me, somebody who’s run out of f**ks to give.

8. Up, up, and away!

There’s no amount of money you could pay me to do this.

7. Chip off the old block

Dude, have you never even watched Fargo?

6. Swing for the trees

I’m not even sure what’s trying to be accomplished here.

5. Torch itt

“No smoking near the gas.”
“What about flame-throwers?”
“Sure, why not.”

4. Holy crap

Father, forgive me, for I have sinned.

3. The hidey hole

Once a year he comes out to tell us all if it will be a long winter.

2. Cat hanger

“Well, it took a lot of effort, but we can finally confirm that these are, in fact, rocks.”

1. The crash

Don’t wanna maybe strap that thing down?

Woof. Nobody tell OSHA. Or maybe do immediately.

What’s the most dangerous thing you’ve been involved in?

Tell us about it in the comments.


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