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old photo question #23020
03/10/03 09:39 AM
03/10/03 09:39 AM
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rmiell  Offline OP
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Why can't I pull up the photo with a guy, holding a drill motor, standing on a ladder, in the water? Has it been removed/relocated?

Rick Miell

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Re: old photo question #23021
03/10/03 10:49 AM
03/10/03 10:49 AM
Bill Addiss  Offline
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Rick:

[Linked Image]

Re: old photo question #23022
03/10/03 12:06 PM
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lighthouse  Offline
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is that an aluminum ladder he standing on?
if so,i think he needs a life jacket too.

Re: old photo question #23023
03/10/03 12:16 PM
03/10/03 12:16 PM
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jb  Offline
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Yep, an aluminum ladder AND barefooted. Are those safety glasses he's wearing or maybe a blindfold? [Linked Image]

Re: old photo question #23024
03/10/03 05:28 PM
03/10/03 05:28 PM
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zapped208  Offline
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Someone has a death wish! Hope his life insurance is paid up!


Shoot first, apologize later.....maybe
Re: old photo question #23025
03/10/03 05:29 PM
03/10/03 05:29 PM
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rmiell  Offline OP
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La Junta, Co. USA
Thanks Bill. Why couldn't I pull that up when looking at an old forum topic?

Rick

Re: old photo question #23026
03/10/03 05:30 PM
03/10/03 05:30 PM
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mvrandazzo  Offline
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Also add the fact that he is wet from the waist down. This photo has been the topic of many a discussion at work.
Blessings, Mark

Re: old photo question #23027
03/10/03 05:56 PM
03/10/03 05:56 PM
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master66  Offline
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I printed this one out for our weekly safety meeting tomorrow. It should generate some discussion.

Now this would be a fine oportunity to use that floating receptacle made from a detergent bottle that Joe T. has a picture of. [Linked Image]


[This message has been edited by master66 (edited 03-10-2003).]

Re: old photo question #23028
03/10/03 07:44 PM
03/10/03 07:44 PM
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kale  Offline
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OK, for education purposes, how would you have done this job to make it safe(r)?

Re: old photo question #23029
03/10/03 08:21 PM
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SvenNYC  Offline
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1) Drain the pool first, then use a wooden ladder.

2) Use scaffolding?

3) Use a cordless drill.

I'd go with option #1 and add #3. Best comromise - Cheaper than a scaffolding but no danger of falling into the water. [Linked Image]

God forbid that guy would slip off that ladder and land in the pool with his electric drill.

P.S.: What's with all the bottles of booze? Where was this picture shot? Looks like at some resort or hotel...

[This message has been edited by SvenNYC (edited 03-10-2003).]

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