Should religion be prioritized over safety in the workplace?
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But to formally start this debate, I will give a definition of safety that is well known and will be accepted throughout this debate. The definition will be as such, "Safety: The condition of being protected from danger, risk, or injury.
I am not the most religious person, but I look to religion as a safety for when I am feeling stressed or feeling frightened, whether it be a bad storm, or a lock down at school. Nothing, not even police or weathermen, can make me feel safe in either of these situations, but there is one thing that can- religion.
You see, religion is the way to safety, so under this statement, religion can be deemed as safety. But, without the religion, there is no safety, therefore concluding that religion trumps safety as religion is safety.
http://smallbusiness.findlaw.com...). Religion should be prioritized over safety in the workplace, but it should not be placed over rules. In this case, the man is violating regulations.
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