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    Make sure that all of you are using the safety equipment in your jobs.
    Safety glasses would have still saved his eye but disc would’ve left a mark.
    I don’t have a shield but wear safety glasses and earplugs all the time
    Think I’ll pick up a shield for those rare occasions
    Y'all be careful



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    2022 34’ Fountain w/ trip 300 Mercs
    Fairhope & Orange Beach, AL

  • #2
    I preach the use of safety equipment every day at work.
    95 Stamas 32' CC twin 250 Mercs
    Seaford, De
    Curtis

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    • #3
      If you don’t, you will kick yourself in the ass for the rest of your life!

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      • #4
        Buddy of mine was using one of those wire brush wheels on a die grinder when a wire stand came of it and went straight into his eye, don't know how he didn't lose his eye.
        Stay safe folks.

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        • #5
          “Sharp metal disc” :rolls eyes:

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          • #6
            Norm Abraham would be proud of you!!!!


            Holy Chomoly.....!!!!!!!!

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            • #7
              I use this to often without protection....moron!!!
              Attached Files

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              • #8
                zizz wheel??

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                • #9
                  We push safety at my place. I have a few pictures of the guys who have been hurt and show them often to make a point. Everyone of them was caused by bypassing or ignoring safety practices.

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                  • #10
                    And give up my freedoms ? No way !

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                    • #11
                      I had a friends friends uncle's sister in law who wore a face mask and she caught covid ! I'll never wear a mask ! LOL

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                      • #12
                        Remember...the fingers never leave the hands.

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                        • DaleH
                          DaleH commented
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                          The "4 Rules" from GE Aircraft Engine's Machinist/Apprentice School, the 1st things presented to each new class:

                          1 - Count the number of fingers and thumbs that you have today & write it down
                          2 - Note that the CUT-OFF tools work significantly faster and better than any ADD-ON tool ever will, if one even exists that is ...
                          3 - Your goal is to leave here after 3-years with the same number of digits as you wrote down in Rule #1
                          4 - Do not ever forget Rule #2!

                          I just LOVE (and appreciate) Rule #2 and tell it to anyone when given the chance ...

                      • #13
                        Originally posted by SeaCat22 View Post
                        Remember...the fingers never leave the hands.
                        One of my guys didn't block up a forklift and the jack slipped. It came down on his hand (that's one of the pic's I show, pretty ugly pic).

                        I bought him this shirt afterwards.
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                        • SeaCat22
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                          Big time !

                      • #14
                        Originally posted by Sans Peur View Post

                        One of my guys didn't block up a forklift and the jack slipped. It came down on his hand (that's one of the pic's I show, pretty ugly pic).
                        Happened at my Dad’s shop too. Replacing cylinder seals and didn’t chain the uprights. One came down, lost his thumb completely—clean cut.
                        When it healed up he came back and continued to turn wrenches until he retired.
                        2022 34’ Fountain w/ trip 300 Mercs
                        Fairhope & Orange Beach, AL

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                        • #15
                          I always tell my guys to wear safety glasses. Its hard to get it through their head sometimes that blades fail.

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                          • Tiretyme
                            Tiretyme commented
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                            Show them the picture brother.

                          • Sans Peur
                            Sans Peur commented
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                            Yep, pictured are a great way to get a point across. After my guy mangled his hand and I made sure everyone saw the pics I took, everyone had blocks under anything on a jack.
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