#TraumaTheory Chapter 76

Religious in the workplace can be dangerous to survivors




Religion in the workplace is a health and safety issue.

Religious people need to be trained to take proper action under certain situations as to claim Jesus Christ as responsible or that he will cure, resolve or restore the issue is considered a dangerous response and introduces a high risk situation that can escalate into a collective act of insanity which consumes valuable time and distorts reality for all stake holders therefore all praying must be done outside the workplace.

There is no room for prayers in an emergency situation. Workplace health and safety regulations do not work well with the passive waiting for some significant sign; more so when no formal or validated connection is provided or time estimates to potential signs, knowledge and scope of potential signs is limited to a select few in the religious community and such can be a health hazard in the workplace due to ignorance and other dangers.

Holders of religious beliefs and in particular those who hold with the notion that their god reigns supreme over all other functions of the world are a clear and present danger in the workplace environment. They should never be placed into position of management or authority as there is a highly degree of risk that they will attribute a real world crisis as the result of godly or spiritual conflicts or behaviours or as one of the usual outbursts from their gods due to perceived sleights against their name or one of their ideals. Such individuals should be removed from the crisis area immediately so that science may address the circumstance in a rational and unbiased manner as expeditiously as possible to ensure the greater possibility of success.

 

THE FACTS:

A child in an emotionally & mentally healthy family and community has no need for the presence of a God no matter the offered rewards, no matter the sophistry and deception of claimed and real threats

No Australian Christian religion aspires to the basic principle of providing Human Rights to Children. The horror of it is that children in Australia by definition are secondary and the property of the religion of their parents and their political representatives.