Memo of the day: who bled on the copy machine?

kpfk.jpgKPFK, the Pacifica radio station just on the Valley side of Cahuenga Pass, is a quirky little place. So this memo that went out to staffers Tuesday maybe isn't so unexpected. For KPFK.

From: Zuberi Fields
Date: July 1, 2014 at 9:21:41 AM PDT
Subject: Bloody Copy Machine

This morning I found quite a bit of blood spattered and smeared on the mailroom copy machine. I'm not sure what may have happened but I hope whomevers blood that was is ok.

I cleaned and sterilized it, so it's safe to use.

If you were injured on station premises I need to record it in our 300log as per CalOsha rules. Let me know

Anyel Zuberi Fields
Operations Director

We hope the person is OK too.

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