I talk a lot about poor worker safety in Tesla factories because Tesla is a relatable, contemporary, & classic case study of what NOT to do in manufacturing.
It's terrible at thinking about *factory* design: how to make the human & mechanical elements of a build process play nice together.
There's an entire podcast about it here: soundcloud.com/farm-to-taber-…
Ergo, now we have a whole generation of US business leaders who've never dealt with manufacturing.
For example, every time I tweet abut bad *manufacturing facility* design at Tesla, fanboys pop up to defend Tesla's *product* design. Which, again, is completely irrelevant to worker safety.