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  1. #11
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    Default Re: Safety on the job

    liability on the GC is huge should the authorized site visitor be injured or killed. i've seen contractors who will halt all work in progress whenever an improperly attired homeowner or other visitor is on site and even walk off the job if one wanders around unaccompanied and not wearing the appropriate safety attire or fails to follow instructions. the GC has a responsibility to secure the job site and safety. i guess that TOH productions has some type of overall hefty blanket liability insurance for their project sites should their production activities cause a hazard or injury including their filming with home owners on site during work tours and things like kevin walking under a boom during craining operations. they probably have the homeowners sign some type of imdemnity waiver that their lawyers or insurance company lawyers draw up.
    Last edited by Blue RidgeParkway; 11-08-2008 at 01:49 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by havanagranite View Post
    IN CANADA????


    LOL yer kidding right? I can just picture this you and canuk working on a house wearing sweaters and shorts.

    Ohh man I better quit starting to scare me
    did you mean something like this ???

    "" an ounce of perception -- a pound of obscure "
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    Careful! Careful!…………… The Man looks “postal!” Shorts and all………….

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    Look at the hammer.......... Oh, Oh my!........ "Silver Hammer" comes to mind..........

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    Quote Originally Posted by canuk View Post
    did you mean something like this ???

    LOL that is exactally what I'm talking about. you have that much snow already or is that last year? and that does look like postal employee's shorts. Told ya now I'm scared.

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    Yep .... that much snow already .... picture was taken yesterday .... balmy 20 degrees F.

    Postal ?!?! ... LOL

    The only delivery made here is the mighty blow from Maxwell's Silver Hammer.
    "" an ounce of perception -- a pound of obscure "
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    Quote Originally Posted by canuk View Post
    Yep .... that much snow already .... picture was taken yesterday .... balmy 20 degrees F.

    Postal ?!?! ... LOL

    The only delivery made here is the mighty blow from Maxwell's Silver Hammer.
    and if that picture had a close up (which I'm glad it doesn't) it would show big goose bumps on those legs

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    at least your wearing shades to keep from getting snow blind

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    Quote Originally Posted by havanagranite View Post
    and if that picture had a close up (which I'm glad it doesn't) it would show big goose bumps on those legs
    Bears aren't the only ones hibernating .... if you catch my drift.
    "" an ounce of perception -- a pound of obscure "
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    Quote Originally Posted by canuk View Post
    Bears aren't the only ones hibernating .... if you catch my drift.
    yep sure do.. I remember a real painful saturday morning on east twin lake in lewiston, putting a dock in before all the ice melted and having the boat move out from under me as I was working a post. I didn't see what was so funny but everyone else just couldn't stop laughing and I couldn't catch my breath.

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