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    Great to see a lad practising health & Safety on the job and working at height.health& Safety.jpg
    Cannot beat on the job expeirences

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    He better not slip!!
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    Obivously a posed shot as no action with the welding for sure
    That's the way the mop flops.

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    He leaves any slag under the weld and they pull the rope hard, called on the job training.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Les Woodard View Post
    Obivously a posed shot as no action with the welding for sure
    I think a trip to Specsavers may be in order Les, plenty of sparks flying around, I don't think he would have the intelligence to do a posed shot

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    Quote Originally Posted by James Curry View Post
    Great to see a lad practising health & Safety on the job and working at height.health& Safety.jpg
    Cannot beat on the job expeirences
    2006-01-13 024.jpg
    Same guy on his way home (taken through taxi window)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tony Taylor View Post
    2006-01-13 024.jpg
    Same guy on his way home (taken through taxi window)
    nanhai oct 05 067.jpg
    Same locality, expect long waiting time at the hospital.

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    Family road trip , the guy riding the bike even has a live air bag just incase lol.family road trip.jpg

    At least he has a helet on, selfish asshole

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    Yea but if they go flying his wife has a parachute.
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    Chinese bamboo scaffolding is reputed to be very strong, this job in the Dominican Republic looks like driftwood nailed together.

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