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Exclusive The Pokémon Go craze that is sweeping the world has hit Australian workplaces, with a major logistics company issuing an all-sites warning for its employees not to play the game due to risks to health and safety.
Qube Logistics, which provides services covering road and rail transport and warehousing, advised staff in a national safety alert yesterday (July 12) it had “noticed” a number of employees and contractors playing the Pokémon Go game on their phone at work. “There is a high risk of injury to employees/contractors who are not concentrating on hazards in the workplace, including potholes, debris on the ground, forklift activities etc,” it said. The alert, signed off by national health and safety manager John Fletcher, directed staff that “effective immediately this practice must STOP” and “employees/contractors who continued to do so would be disciplined immediately”.
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Someone will be playing Pokemon Go instead of watching the road -- and someone will be seriously injured or even die. Either the people in the car, or some unfortunate soul about their business, will pay the price. Pokémon Go and Education. Like many teachers, the launch of the popular Pokémon Go app recently raised the question as to how this could be utilised to support education.
Not as a gimmick, not as a toy, but as an opportunity to enhance learning opportunities for our students. And this is the crux, as with the use of any technology in education, an opportunity to enhance, or build on, learning strategies to enthuse and engage pupils. 10 Unimaginable Things Happening Because of ‘Pokémon Go’ Pokemon GO gets people out and about, and that's a good thing. One week since its release and Pokémon GO has not only captured the attention of millions of users eager to “catch them all”, it’s also caught the eye of the media, authorities and, at times, a somewhat puzzled public.
Pokémon GO is a smartphone-based game that encourages users to travel to physical locations to collect virtual creatures and engage in game-based tasks, such as training and virtual duels, using collected creatures. Its gameplay extends from the Pokémon universe made popular in the late 1990s, which may also help explain its massive success.