...and they design a better fool ?
Seems *successive* system warnings were over-ridden to manage to get the
accident to happen. They *really* worked hard at that.
Let's hope they don't also service airliners, or passenger ships ...
I was once employed to write operating procedures - The "time served" men
used to ridicule the concept as they knew best. seems there apprenticeship
20 years earlier prepared them for all eventualities.
There's a more detailed report somewhere else in the media, to
paraphrase it seemed to say that the "Operations" team did everything
right, except that they called in "Technical Support", who proceeded to
Quite a salutory warning to those of us with a background in "Technical
Support". Whilst I have sometimes explained to "Ops" guys that certain
blanket rules are not necessarily applicable in some specific cases, I
have almost invariably found that they make very good challenges to the
"ideas" guys who are casting around to try and understand and solve a
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