Just spent a couple of hours at a customer's lab, helping try to reverse-engineer a competitor's toaster.
The "MUST CREDIT DRUDGE" light was on the whole time, on a different product... but I'm pretty sure the infamous dummy load wasn't active. That particular piece of hardware is notorious for spewing X-rays, or at least it was before someone wrapped a steel salad bowl around it.
Since nobody actually wears rad badges in that area, we kinda hope the salad bowl is doing its job. Supposedly, this was tested, back when someone had an instrument handy (after noticing the problem in the first place).
Anyway, I avoided the acute health hazards, which have the potential to produce glaringly obvious symptoms. (As in: IF YOU TOUCH THIS, YOU WILL BE INCINERATED.)
And now, back to the safety of my own desk, where the main risks are falling books, parrot bites, and cat scratches.