An interesting safety tip for 2020 - protect yourself

Jan 03, 2020 | Jeremy Goldfarb


I read this in passing among the many New Year 2020 tips I saw throughout the past few days, and I would like to share it with you. I wish I could give credit to the individual who initially posted it, but I don't recall. All I can say is that it is something that I read, and not an original idea from me.


when dating documents, we typically will  sign dd/mm/yy or some iteration of that.  In past years, this has worked out fine example: March 10 2018 would come out as -- 10/03/18......Looks good, no issues there right?

However, in 2020 this should be treated differently. Here is why? Example: March 10 2020 would come out as -- 10/03/20 right? Well, that could be altered by anyone to --10/03/2016 or 2018, or 20whatever !!!


Be mindful and aware of the unique circumstances of the year 2020 when dating documents.


My thanks to whoever posted this first.