—"Safety begins with S but starts with U," Healthworks for You, September 1, 2012
"Orange collar staff are identified by their highly technical and specialist skills. They are likely to work in remote locations, and are typified by their level of relevant training, adherence to compliance and long-term commitment to a project," the Hays report said.
—John McCarthy, "Most employers bracing for busier times, according to new employment survey," Courier Mail, June 11, 2012
Why are most women?
You'll get a different answer from everyone you ask. It's because women have more patience than men. Or because they're better at taking abuse. Because it's an orange-collar ghetto.
—Sandi McDaniel, "Sign of the times: Flagman becomes flagger as women take over construction jobs," Anchorage Daily News, September 24, 1995