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Discussion in 'Safety Competition' started by emmett518, Oct 17, 2022.

  1. emmett518

    emmett518 Senior Member

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  2. Vetech63

    Vetech63 Senior Member

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    This happens way too often. Even heavily experienced techs can get caught with our pants down. Stay safe out there everyone;)
     
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  3. Truck Shop

    Truck Shop Senior Member

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    Two veteran tire guys working for Les Schwab put jacks in wrong part of frame structure on a MCI Class
    Eight motorhome, crushed one of them injured the other, just a few years ago in Seattle area.
     
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  4. emmett518

    emmett518 Senior Member

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    Heavy equipment is like guns. You can't interact with them on autopilot, or in a distracted state.