Another Day, Another Gore-Fest Workplace Safety Video (This Time From Germany So You Know It's Good)

April 27, 2016


Happy Administrative Professionals Day! It's also National Prime Rib Day and National Karaoke Week. Take your secretary out for a prime rib lunch and sing some Prince hits. Hot on the heels of yesterday's 'Will You Be Here Tomorrow' (I really hope not), this is 'Staplerfahrer Klaus' ('Stackerdriver Klaus'), a 2001 workplace safety video from Germany that follow the misadventures of forklift operator Klaus as he accidentally maims and kills all his coworkers. He really is awful behind the wheel of that thing. He might actually be the world's worst forklift operator. Or a serial killer.

Keep going for the video.

Thanks to Klaus, but presumably not the one from the video unless they let you email in prison.

  • Munihausen

    The one guy was able to get prosthetic claw hands, so that he could menially sort nuts and bolts, rather quickly. Single payer is best for our proletar....I mean, our workers.

  • Jenness

    This is awesome, i'm going to tell my son this is why things are built pretty well in Germany for the most part - because they get terrorized to do things right the first time because if they don't then everyone dies.

  • MadisonKobalt

    His cousin is an electrician.

  • Cheese

    How old is this!? I saw this video many, many years ago.

  • Gingerbread

    Holy crap from 6:40 it's a non-stop campy gore-fest. If you're short on time, you can skip to that part and watch the last 2 ½ minutes. It's worth it.

  • Mr.4maldehyde

    Immediately thought of MADtv's Paul Timberman series...

  • That was hilarious, they looked like they where having more fun than the last video!

  • Adibobea9

    Although it was almost 10 minutes long, I still think that escalated quickly…

  • sandul

    oh man this is the best training video i've ever seen!

  • Joe Schmopped

    This could have been taken straight from Kentucky Fried Movie

  • Malcolm Fried

    "The more you know"

  • Huck PS

    Is this the german version of Peter Jackson's "Dead Alive"?

  • GristleMcNerd

    ...kinda? It's a parody, anyway:

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