Jointly organized by Labor Affairs Bureau of Taichung City Government, Institute of Occupational Safety and Health (IOSH) and the National Museum of Natural Science, the Occupational Safety Show, which utilizes the well-known detective stories of Sherlock Holmes to reveal the risks in the workplace, has launched a new "universal design version" since November 16, 2012. This "universal design version" combines “audible” stories with “seeable” and “touchable” graphic boards to allow the disabled to hear, see, and feel the industrial safety themes. Its exhibition period is also extended until March 3, 2013.
The Occupational Safety Show in "universal design version" of Holmes stories demonstrates a series of themes, such as “Chemical hazards - bone-dissolving poison”, “Noise - sound of terror”, "Falling from high places - a regret forever”, "Biohazard - a crisis in the hospital", "Mechanical hazards - remnants of flesh and blood", “Breathless killer - confined space", "Electrical hazards - a trembling hand", and" Fire hazard - a story of escape from the evil fire". There are also other side stories, such as "Clinic Wits" that introduce occupational diseases, "The 221b Baker Street Detective Agency" that demonstrates the protective gear, and "Detective Partners" that exhibit research on security and health, Those who are interested in such issues as industrial safety, disaster prevention, and detective stories are cordially invited to visit the Show at the 2nd special Exhibition Room of National Museum of Natural Science during the exhibition period.