In essence, an employee’s responsibility is to take reasonable care for his or her own health and safety. Not only their safety but also take care that he or she does not affect the health and safety of other persons in the work place. This means that everyone, under law, needs to acknowledge any risks to safety and prevent injury when possible. This means that you, as the employee, need to ensure everyone’s health and safety not just your own.
This goes for everyone including your boss, manager and even customers. As an employee, your job is not only to ensure other staff’s health and safety but also ensure that the third party member (i.e. the customer) is relatively safe. In this line of work, being themeparks, you will see your fair share of customers and so you may think that you just have to stand there, control the flow of people on a ride at a time and get payed. However, you have an obligation and if that obligation is breached there will be problems.