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Thinking about OSHA would say about the construction practices of the 1930's...

Thinking about OSHA would say about the construction practices of the 1930's...

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    • Empire State Building 1930.
    • “The Empire State building was built in 1930. Safety will only be invented in the 1990’s”
    • “Wow, these impact wrenches are fantastic, pity about the noise.”….”What ?”
    • “Fall protection?, ,,,your mother’s too!”
    • “Move it, move it, this building won’t build itself!”
    • “Don’t look where I point, listen to where I think this beam must go”
    • “Just a jump to the left and I’ll be safely on those loose scaffold boards”
    • Lunch Time, time to unwind and stress-relieve.
    • Ag-shame, the top of the Chrysler building is way down there.”
    • “If this spanner slips and hits me on the nose…will I bleed before hitting the sidewalk?”
    • Please note the scaffold board the guy on the right is standing on.
    • “Yeah! Boss. The nuts are all here!”
    • “Gloves are for freezing weather, not for show-off riggers!”
    • Check out the low profile tyres on the dragster truck, 1930 model.
    • “Safety?, yeah, I’ve heard of it…..it’s that little lever on a machine-gun, to prevent you from shooting the people you actually like.”