English (Received Pronunciation), cockney accent, narration, character



An animated workplace safety video for employees featuring a friendly, confident, patronizing, corporate voice narrator guiding a hapless, bored, slow, employee (Sam) through a series of workplace accidents.

Vocal Characteristics



Voice Age

Middle Aged (35-54)


British (General) British (Received Pronunciation - RP, BBC)


Note: Transcripts are generated using speech recognition software and may contain errors.
Sam is your average ex con employee completely unremarkable outside of the fact that they work at ex con. Hey, but while Sam has little value if Sam was involved in a workplace accident, his huge payout would do immense damage to the company. How much could I get paid? That's none of your business. But what is your business is workplace safety? So today we are going to walk through the most common workplace accidents and how you can avoid them. Oh, thank you. Formless voice of ex con. Please call me God. Here we have a classic workplace accident waiting to happen. The janitor has recently mopped the bathroom floor and left a yellow slippery when wet sign to alert employees to its presence. Now let's take a look at Sam handling this situation before watching this video. I've really got to go to the toilet. Hey, what's this yellow thing? Get out of my way. As you can see, Sam has not paid any attention to the warning signs left out by the benevolent ex con. Luckily in this situation, Sam wouldn't get a payout as the warning sign would be enough to cover ex con in the ensuing lawsuit. I deserve this for putting ex con at risk. You do, Sam, you really do, but let's rewind and give you a second chance to make up for your folly. Oh, I've really gotta go to the toilet. Hey, what's this yellow thing? Hang on? I remember this. This was one of those um warning things. That's right. Sam. The words on it are trying to tell you something. Ah, slip, slipper, slippery one. When, when it says slippery, when wet, slippery, when wet. Oh, my God. How did you even make it this far? Oh, sadly, that's what I ask myself every day. Well done. Sam. You've avoided the slippery floor and lived to see another 12 hour shift at ex con.