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Think this is unsafe?

Discussion in 'Safety Issues' started by Puffie40, Nov 25, 2010.

  1. tedtirao71

    tedtirao71 Member

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    ...the chain might snap out anytime... the bucket might not hold the weight... the removal of pan is uncontrolled.... the guy dont have appropriate PPE... yap, it is unsafe....
     
  2. Scott47

    Scott47 New Member

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    I was more concerned with pulling belly pan bolts while under the pan. That could easily go wrong. Should have had a chain under it first.