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This is how electric hookups on these machines are done
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I got 1 free quart of gloss black Chassis Saver for the first person who can ID the OSHA violation in the video in post #18

It has since been corrected


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The guy is wearing a paper dust mask instead of a fitted respirator, also it doesn't look like the drum is grounded when pouring a flammable liquid.
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The guy is wearing a paper dust mask instead of a fitted respirator, also it doesn't look like the drum is grounded when pouring a flammable liquid.
BZZZZZZZ, nope

Can't see the entire drum. You can't confirm there is no ground strap.

Respirator masks are not required unless monitoring indicated solvent vapors were above TLV (threshold limit value)
We've been monitored during this type of production and there's no issues.

Nice try though. The issue is right in your face but at a distance. It's not an easy one or something that you may think of.

I'll give a good hint after someone else takes a guess.
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I got 1 free quart of gloss black Chassis Saver for the first person who can ID the OSHA violation in the video in post #18

It has since been corrected

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hard hat? no watch your head stickers? no bright colored idiot on/off/saftey switch?
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I would guess that it has something to do with all the sacks stacked over the door way
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I would guess that it has something to do with all the sacks stacked over the door way
What about em?
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What about em?
Isn't that the OSHA violation.... I don't think anything can be stacked over where people have the ability to walk through. I'm not even sure how your guys have been accessing those bags. There no ladder lol.

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Maximum safe load limits of floors within buildings and structures, in pounds per square foot, shall be conspicuously posted in all storage areas, except for floor or slab on grade. Maximum safe loads shall not be exceeded.

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Aisles and passageways shall be kept clear to provide for the free and safe movement of material handling equipment or employees. Such areas shall be kept in good repair.

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Isn't that the OSHA violation.... I don't think anything can be stacked over where people have the ability to walk through. I'm not even sure how your guys have been accessing those bags. There no ladder lol.
OK you win

The platform with the bags is built from wood anchored to the block.
There's no engineering data available to show what weight the structure can hold

Even though those sacks weigh only 10 lbs each it cost me $1200

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OK you win

The platform with the bags is built from wood anchored to the block.
There's no engineering data available to show what weight the structure can hold

Even though those sacks weigh only 10 lbs each it cost me $1200

PM me your shipping address
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We have one but when space it tight for storage this stuff happens
I can't wait to be clear of New York for good
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We have one but when space it tight for storage this stuff happens
I can't wait to be clear of New York for good
That person should be fired. It doesn't matter how busy you are, safety should be first. If I were doing that job I would tell you that you were an a-s-shat if you let people do that kind of thing. It cost you $1200. Safety = savings.

I'm a prick

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It is what it is. The safety guy is not on my payroll. He comes in bi-monthly so he was not responsible or involved unless he advised against and we ignored

I argued w/OSHA myself that there was only 70 lbs up there but they don't care. Abundant space in the new plant will be a pleasure
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Super stoked about my can of paint. Thanks again! I'll post up what project it gets used on!!
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Congrats! Very exciting. You make a quality product, so it's nice to see that the growth is reflecting that!

Also, I will agree with previous posters. You are a lucky man to have such a capable better half with stems like those, ha ha.

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