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|Posté le: Mer Avr 04, 2018 1:42 pm Sujet du message: Landmark British ruling - deaf musician
|A Royal Opera House viola player has just become the object of a landmark ruling which pertains, directly, to the ABSOLUTE duty upon the employer to protect his employee from physical harm.
"This case has significance and will send shockwaves across the Music Business," Goldscheider's solicitor, Chris Fry, said in a blog post.
"The Music Business has considered itself exempt from the same regulatory requirements as all other sectors because of the artistic nature of its output. This in our view has always been a dismissive view from an industry which creates and sells 'noise' as a product."
Now, one does not have to be Albert Einstein to understand the implications for what is now called the ballet "industry" (!).
Ballet dancers are being seriously injured every day, and even as I write this, owing to irresponsible choreography, and I regret to say it, what is often irresponsible teaching.
Whether the harm occur in the moment, or six weeks, or six years later, there is no such thing as an effect without a CAUSE.
A bon entendeur, Salut.
BTW, So Much for Wagner ....