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#86523 - 11/07/03 03:57 AM Are You Always Ready For Work?
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Is this what you wear when working on the electrical systems in your facility?
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#86524 - 11/07/03 02:57 PM Re: Are You Always Ready For Work?
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Looks like standard gear for working somewhere like Roswell, N.M.

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#86525 - 11/07/03 06:24 PM Re: Are You Always Ready For Work?
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110.16

Safety is concern #1.

Just being inquisitive, what is the 'going price' for this PPE to add a 20A CB in a commerical location panelboard ?

Gwz

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#86526 - 11/07/03 06:40 PM Re: Are You Always Ready For Work?
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That suit looks really familiar. Last week my neighbor gave me a full set after going to a garage sale in Middletown near some island he said was ‘three miles away.’ Though he said it was probably only used once—it made an authentic looking 1970s retro HazMat Halloween costume.

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#86527 - 11/07/03 06:51 PM Re: Are You Always Ready For Work?
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I only wear this type of equipment when changing diapers.

I know, keep my day job

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#86528 - 11/08/03 07:13 AM Re: Are You Always Ready For Work?
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Recommended sign for 110.16 by T&B
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#86529 - 11/08/03 01:13 PM Re: Are You Always Ready For Work?
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Joe —

That's a most applicable graphic. There are certainly times in my past where my fingers felt like they were almost as big as my eyeballs. ;-)

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#86530 - 11/08/03 01:26 PM Re: Are You Always Ready For Work?
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One of the electric utility company meter men in the Connecticut area was wearing these glasses, and they saved his eyes, but he did suffer burns!

He also had to have his diaper changed afterwords!!



[This message has been edited by Joe Tedesco (edited 11-08-2003).]
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