I was just reading safety newsletter from my work where they give out awards to be people being safety, environmental and security minded. As I read the following 2 awards for security, I laughed to myself picturing someone putting out a cache or finding a cache and being approached by the company with "What are you doing!?" I am betting that neither of these incidents were about geocaching but that is what I pictured as I read them...
Company person observed a suspicious looking truck pull on to locaon. Steve stopped the job and approached
the truck to inquire/invesgate. He then nofied the Company representave and escorted the driver over
for further invesgaon to his purpose.
Company person was working in the mud room when he noced an unknown vehicle parked at the front entrance
of the locaon with the driver peering out of his window. He stopped work and dispatched another
worker to approach the vehicle and inquire to his purpose of vising the rig.
I know safety issue for companys like the one I work for and this probably was something to be concerned over but I did laugh thinking of a geocacher explaining that they were trying to figure out where to put their cache ....