09 june 2021 gotranscript audio test passed
09 june 2021 gotranscript audio test passed

GoTranscript Audio Test Answer | June 09, 2021

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Oh, there’s a so weird idea that insurance companies get a little jumpy sometimes when they know a house has not been to. But as long as they know about it, and you can say it on your insurance form, then it’s usually not ever an issue.

Then, of course, some people have upgraded the wiring where there are some two-prong outlets that aren’t grounded with some three-prong outlets that are grounded. As you can see in that bottom middle picture, it looks like somebody has put some put in some new wiring. But again, they forgot the simple task of putting on a cover over the junction box too long, to make it a little safer.

It’s not like the first thing they do. They usually have a degree of time within their home location with their company to get to know the company.

What I would say is that when a company expatriates people, it’s generally taking people that it knows well and that it can trust. I think what I would say from expatriates is you get a degree of reliability. You really know what you’re getting. When you send an expatriate manager, you know what he can do? You know, what his approach to risk is managing in the company’s best interest and so you can rely on it. It’s hard for me to say superior performance.

I would say it’s about risk mitigation. You have a known entity, and that known entity is someone who’s worked for you locally. You can then export your skills to reliability or expertise and you know, that’s what you’re good at.

What tends to happen, I feel, and I’ve seen a lot in my career is annex expatriate would go to a company. He’d worked with the staff lawyers locally. Oh, geez, I was working on a really complex Aaron cable and I noticed I’d missed frost an inch back. I tried laddering down but that was a mess and so I’d already done. Oh, at least 1500 stitches. Then I tried thinking back, but the gauge was too tight to do it easily.

I would have had to frog the whole damn thing. But fortunately, I had a lifeline. Thank goodness, I’d had the foresight to do that. Anyway, getting back to our topic. Safety is a key factor these days in the oil and gas industry particularly. Different countries have different have very different cultures associated with their approach to safety. Oh and don’t forget the cybersafety to pipeline incident last week.

If you have a particular company culture, you can expatriate people who are assigned to your attitude and approach to risk on safety and feel that you’ve got a better chance of managing it and controlling it with those people in the location rather than relying on developing the local culture.

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