Robot, my work-assigned rehab case manager, dropped past with some final paperwork to sign off. He said that apart from admin snafus (on my work's side) by and large it had all gone pretty smoothly.
I escorted him out and waved goodbye. I then went to scan my pass against the reader to let myself back into the building ... whereupon I slipped on the wet tiles. My right foot shot forward along the rain-slicked surface causing me to windmill my arms to gain balance and fortunately I managed not to fall over. I likely would have cracked my head or fallen onto the just-signed-off-as-healed-for-rehab-purposes leg had I done so.
Seriously, for fuck's sake. I just literally waved goodbye to my rehab person and promptly nearly fucked my body up. Oh, why was there water there? Because there's a gap between the awning above the entry-way and the wall and thus rain drips down the wall and pools right under the pass reader. The very reader we all scan to get into the building.
So when I got back to my desk I promptly lodged a 'dangerous occurrence' OH&S form.
Will anything happen with that? I seriously doubt it. But the important thing is at least I did my part. I will now add the rain-slicked entrance to the list of dodgy building things to report. Except of course if I do submit my uber report I may cop anger for doing so. Yay for being unpopular.