Don’t do this at home (or at work)!

Time to lighten up a bit, thanks to Oyia Brown.

 

 

 

 

 

 

This safety meeting is adjourned.

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About NEO
Lineman, Electrician, Industrial Control technician, Staking Engineer, Inspector, Quality Assurance Manager, Chief Operations Officer

10 Responses to Don’t do this at home (or at work)!

  1. OyiaBrown says:

    Thanks. Trust you were not in any of the photos! 🙂

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    • NEO says:

      Nope, I don’t allow cameras on my job sites! 🙂

      And thanks for the other link.

      Like

  2. the unit says:

    Picture this. A snipper on the end of the bar of one’s hedge trimmer hangs on a field wire fence. Hedger action stops with the jam. He reactively grabs the bar to jerk loose so fast he does not think about other hand trigger finger is still pressing trigger. It does come loose. Gloved, but still a little blood…yeah, last Saturday. 🙂
    https://www.google.com/search?q=ouch+gif&oq=ouch&aqs=chrome.4.69i57j0l5.9515j0j7&sourceid=chrome&ie=UTF-8

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    • NEO says:

      I can. Here’s one for you sliding down an icy hill with a running chainsaw, little slow on the chain brake as I fell, some new scars where my knee leaked all over my new jeans. Happens to us all! 🙂

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      • the unit says:

        I keep iron-on patches for jeans on hand always. For the knees…you said it…scars in time. 🙂

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        • NEO says:

          Yep, although these were bad enough I just pitched them. Yeah, I didn’t wald so good for a time, few too many band aids, but hey! 🙂

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        • the unit says:

          You threw out those chainsawed designer jeans? Remember we missed out on our fortunes by not selling our stained and soiled apparel. So Nordstrom did it, selling pre-soiled/mud stained designer jeans, as we’ve mentioned before. They didn’t invent them though. “1898: During the Spanish-American War, the blue coats of U.S. troops fighting in Cuba were visible targets to snipers. Troops smeared mud on their uniforms to be less conspicuous.” (USA TODAY) 🙂

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        • NEO says:

          Yep, the used to say “Khaki is Indian for mud”. Don’t know that it’s true, but that’s what I heard.

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        • the unit says:

          I like it. Can be new way to say old idiom. Klear as Khaki. 🙂

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        • NEO says:

          Like that too! 🙂

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