Once, in the end of the 2000s, we were moving kit from one french DC to elsewhere.
I was with an (excellent) indian colleague, a Sick by the way, and we were trying to unrack a particularly nasty one RU appliance.
See, the sucker who initially racked it, managed to completely block it in an inappropriate rack so we were struggling (screwdrivers and all), the 2 of us, to get the thing out. Meanwhile, the movers were waiting to move the stuff into the lorry.
There was a shock and I realized my colleague had his hands covered in blood. Apparently he scratched up his hand badly with the screwdriver. Shit.
While he was telling me it was OK, I insisted it was not, and drove him out of the DC, called the health security guy, then HR etc ... All were bandaging him, while I was doing the french/english translation.
Then, much discussion happened about anti-tetanus vaccination. The dude didn't recall he was covered and of course didn't have his papers, left in India.
After, again, much discussion, HR sent him to a doctor and accompagnied him to get an injection.
I came back to the darn rack, only to discover the movers grew impatient, and decided to unplug the rest of the kit, some in production. No shutdown. Oh dear.
It all ended up well, my colleague was fixed, the "production" kit turned up to be used only in the imagination of the developper, so no-one even noticed it was gone.