So, what happens when someone gets hurt, as in electrocuted, or flashed?
I would think make-up would be less laborer, and more specialized.
In the refinery, unit operators weren't even allowed change light bulbs. Do they let you drive their trucks?
I don’t ask them to do things like this, they take it upon themselves to do it or the batch manager asks them to. I’m not their boss in these situations, I keep them from danger when they’re with me. But I can’t hold their hand all the time.
And to answer the last part, yeah I’ve trucked a load of concrete on occasion but don’t like to. I’ve got a class A CDL with no restrictions.
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