Message from Deleted User in MacGuyver - Skills & Academics #general
Just mute the @ everyone command.
New post up, not as many photos with some bad MS paint thrown in but it should get to the point!
Will clear this up later
BTW I haven't seen any everyone notifications in this server. Am I missing something?
@Deleted User you may already know this but if you don't want a tag every time someone writes something in the server, you can tweak it in your notification settings
I think you can personally mute any channels you don't want, though ideally guys would be checking in on all servers to learn things.
We should have a safety thread.
I told him to rub some dirt on it and let's get back to work.
It's going to be a wonderful day...
Ooh, yeah, looks like he may have gotten some tendons?
Oosh. What happened?
Only a flesh wound..
I mean... ouch
@Deleted User he did, the doc told him to do nothing because there isn't much left to sew up.
From what I understand he was loading a 40ft ladder on his truck this morning and slipped and the ladder smashed his finger into the stop on his ladder rack.
He said it never hurt until after he left the hospital, so you know it was bad.
Poor guy wasn't at work yet so workers comp said they aren't going to cover it.
That's fucked. Hopefully he has some secondary insurance
He does. It's bullshit workers comp won't cover it. He's the second guy I know personally who got hurt loading things for the job at their home that they won't cover.
I swear those kikes at those comp companies aim to not give out money
My girlfriend messed her wrist up at work recently and they wouldn't give her a dime. Had the doctor's notes and everything documented and they claimed she didn't.
She was quitting there anyways and it happened on her last week so she didn't fight it.
Yeah they're a joke. Hope your girl's ok. Wrist damage could be potentially bad, like as far as long term problems.
At least he's alive. I've seen people die at work
Everything from arcs, people falling, and scissor lifts falling over
I was up in a basket on a fork lift and the driver drove me into a steel beam once, luckily I was wearing a helmet
Still gave me whiplash though
One time i had a scissor lift tip and i grabbed a fire protection water pipe and literally kept it from tilting over. I had to wait on some guys to help
I was about 20' in the air
Word, I was at Toyota Princeton, IN one afternoon and one of the vendors was walking the conveyor where the seats come down to thr line, they were looking up and walking and someone didn't close the hatch where the seats go down and dude fell on to two something like 3foot spikes. Died right there. Hands down the absolutely worst thing I've ever seen in person.
Construction sites and factories are hazardous
@RevStench i refuse to move a scissor lift horizontally unless its fully lowered first, after that fire pipe save the company at the time i was working for when i wagecucked made it a rule that scissor lifts were not allowed to drive while lifted at all
Idgaf if it takes longer im going home to my kids after work
Haha for sure. I'm the same way these days. I don't take extra risks unless there is no other option. I don't even get on scaffolding without a harness anymore either
If i sell a contract that requires scaffolding i charge so much i just pay someone to climb it. I don't mess with that
Hahaha I don't get that option. I get to comfortable when I'm up high. You think 60ft+ up in the air walking on a 10in walkboard, you wouldn't let your guard down, but I do.
Hahaha I used to clean out machines for a living, one day while cleaning the Banbury machine (machine that makes rubber used for tubes) this guy turned on the machine and the gate slammed shut and nearly took my arm with it