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Date PostedSeptember 5, 2016

Speeding Up Construction with Crystal Meth

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In Australia drug use is a common problem on construction sites but it’s hard to imagine being forced to take meth by management. This is what is happening to construction workers in North Korea.

Exhausted construction workers in North Korea are apparently being given Methamphetamine to keep up productivity.

According to reports, the workers are openly supplied the drug by their managers following increasing pressure to complete a massive tower in Pyongyang.

Methamphetamine or crystal meth is a well known, powerful stimulant, increasing the taker’s energy levels.

In North Korea, the government has been accused of producing the drug and even exporting it to boost its income.  Source: http://www.news.com.au/world/asia/north-korean-workers-fed-crystal-meth-to-help-speed-up-construction-of-skyscraper-project/news-story/c006b978ac7e42968c3ff944257c96c7

Steven Asnicar is regarded as a leader across many fields of industry. In particular, his specialisation across the health, infrastructure, construction, resource and utility sectors has seen him successfully change the dynamics of these industries through the introduction of new strategic, marketing, training and technical frameworks. Steven works closely with industry peak bodies such as Safework Australia, Australian Logistics Council, National Advisory for Tertiary Education, Skills and Employment (NATESE) and the Council of Australian Governments in the development of new delivery standards and industry specific programs.

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