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#106 - They are not using approved scaffolding to go on the ladders t…  [+] (1 new reply) 09/04/2014 on Men vs Women 0
User avatar #107 - dudeyouisnasty (09/04/2014) [-]
Ok so the one flaw with their plan is them using a 2x6 who cares. I think you are getting your entire point backwards. At first you were criticizing them for being unsafe, now all you can say is that you have to live in a bubble in order to be safe. What kind of shit are you smoking you dim wit. Obviously you have no idea what you are talking about beyond what you read on the internet, construction crews all over America use single 2x6's as platforms. Using the standard equation for finding the strength of a board supported at two ends we get around 440lbs of load bearing for an 8ft board with all the weight in the center. I used 8ft as that is what i'm estimating that board be. I doubt both of them together with tools is 440lbs as they look slim. Even if they do add up they are not in the center.

So shut your mouth when you don't know what you are talking about.
#104 - OSHA saves lives, don't be a statistic. That's how accidents h…  [+] (3 new replies) 09/04/2014 on Men vs Women 0
User avatar #105 - dudeyouisnasty (09/04/2014) [-]
As much as OSHA improves the workplace safety of workers, I can't help but joke about some of their stuff. Besides, these guys are following all of the standards set by OSHA. I'm not saying that I go out of my way to avoid compliance with OSHA, for the most part I follow all of their guidelines as required by my employer. Until they get ridiculous by telling me to wear hazmat gear to clean a toilet or to wear gloves and face shield when stocking the shelves with bleach.
#106 - smellyfinger (09/04/2014) [-]
They are not using approved scaffolding to go on the ladders to work with the single Ladder Jack. Even if there were two ladder jacks.. that would be illegal with a single 2x6 to do the job.. I'm done with coaching. If you want to live safely, live in a impenetrable bacteria-free bubble. It's OSHA approved.
User avatar #107 - dudeyouisnasty (09/04/2014) [-]
Ok so the one flaw with their plan is them using a 2x6 who cares. I think you are getting your entire point backwards. At first you were criticizing them for being unsafe, now all you can say is that you have to live in a bubble in order to be safe. What kind of shit are you smoking you dim wit. Obviously you have no idea what you are talking about beyond what you read on the internet, construction crews all over America use single 2x6's as platforms. Using the standard equation for finding the strength of a board supported at two ends we get around 440lbs of load bearing for an 8ft board with all the weight in the center. I used 8ft as that is what i'm estimating that board be. I doubt both of them together with tools is 440lbs as they look slim. Even if they do add up they are not in the center.

So shut your mouth when you don't know what you are talking about.
#102 - The OSHA Guidelines for Safe Ladder Jack Usage Guardrails …  [+] (5 new replies) 09/04/2014 on Men vs Women 0
User avatar #103 - dudeyouisnasty (09/04/2014) [-]
xD OSHA is a joke, do you know that they also require safety goggles, aprons and gloves in order to clean a toilet.
Fall protection is only required in my area when you are above 15ft and not on a ladder. They are above that height but to me it seems that they are well balanced. They are on a ladder system so they might fall under a loophole if the foreman wants to let it go. While I have done that except I used 2 ladder jacks instead of one. In this case the setup follows OSHA guidelines. The plank resting on the ladder is fine because the sides of the ladder act as guard rails. The ladder jack on the right has guardrails on both sides of the board, the 2nd story deck and chimy provide guards to prevent the board from sliding. The ladder toes are firmly planted in level ground.
As for the lack of harness, the rungs on a ladder are almost 1ft apart, I count 11 between the ground and plank putting them somewhere around 11ft. Within the 15ft requirement in my area.
#104 - smellyfinger (09/04/2014) [-]
OSHA saves lives, don't be a statistic. That's how accidents happen. Stop making excuses. I'm not here to win an argument. I am not going to make myself paraplegic over getting siding on a building. If that's what you want to do then there is a huge market for it when the old man in the pickup truck pulls up to home depot asking for work. OSHA exists to set standards, in the work place for safety. This is not debatable Staff Sergeant.
User avatar #105 - dudeyouisnasty (09/04/2014) [-]
As much as OSHA improves the workplace safety of workers, I can't help but joke about some of their stuff. Besides, these guys are following all of the standards set by OSHA. I'm not saying that I go out of my way to avoid compliance with OSHA, for the most part I follow all of their guidelines as required by my employer. Until they get ridiculous by telling me to wear hazmat gear to clean a toilet or to wear gloves and face shield when stocking the shelves with bleach.
#106 - smellyfinger (09/04/2014) [-]
They are not using approved scaffolding to go on the ladders to work with the single Ladder Jack. Even if there were two ladder jacks.. that would be illegal with a single 2x6 to do the job.. I'm done with coaching. If you want to live safely, live in a impenetrable bacteria-free bubble. It's OSHA approved.
User avatar #107 - dudeyouisnasty (09/04/2014) [-]
Ok so the one flaw with their plan is them using a 2x6 who cares. I think you are getting your entire point backwards. At first you were criticizing them for being unsafe, now all you can say is that you have to live in a bubble in order to be safe. What kind of shit are you smoking you dim wit. Obviously you have no idea what you are talking about beyond what you read on the internet, construction crews all over America use single 2x6's as platforms. Using the standard equation for finding the strength of a board supported at two ends we get around 440lbs of load bearing for an 8ft board with all the weight in the center. I used 8ft as that is what i'm estimating that board be. I doubt both of them together with tools is 440lbs as they look slim. Even if they do add up they are not in the center.

So shut your mouth when you don't know what you are talking about.
#101 - Even if that device is for the ladder, where is the fall prote… 09/04/2014 on Men vs Women 0
#99 - Cool, they are hiring for idiot construction workers who want …  [+] (8 new replies) 09/04/2014 on Men vs Women 0
User avatar #100 - dudeyouisnasty (09/04/2014) [-]
Let me put it this way. This is a common practice with slightly different equipment, they are just making due with what they have. That device on the right ladder was designed to make a scaffold off of the rung of a ladder. They didn't have a second or just decided that they only wanted to use one and they used a rung on the left ladder to support the board.
#102 - smellyfinger (09/04/2014) [-]
The OSHA Guidelines for Safe Ladder Jack Usage
Guardrails – As with any scaffolding, the plank of a ladder jack system should be fitted with guard rails to prevent worker(s) from falling to the ground. Per OSHA standards, the guardrails should be enclosing all sides of the plank in order for the jack system to be deemed safe for use.
Safe Points of Access – Any person using the ladder jack system needs to be able to get to the plank safely, without taking any measures that might put themselves in danger or disrupt the security of the ladder system.
Rigid, Solid Footing – According to OSHA, the ladder jack scaffolding must be resting upon ground that is sturdy and rigid so that, once loaded with equipment and workers, it does not move, shift, or collapse. In other words, the ladders should not be placed upon slick grass or damp soil.
-www.ladderjacks.org/
User avatar #103 - dudeyouisnasty (09/04/2014) [-]
xD OSHA is a joke, do you know that they also require safety goggles, aprons and gloves in order to clean a toilet.
Fall protection is only required in my area when you are above 15ft and not on a ladder. They are above that height but to me it seems that they are well balanced. They are on a ladder system so they might fall under a loophole if the foreman wants to let it go. While I have done that except I used 2 ladder jacks instead of one. In this case the setup follows OSHA guidelines. The plank resting on the ladder is fine because the sides of the ladder act as guard rails. The ladder jack on the right has guardrails on both sides of the board, the 2nd story deck and chimy provide guards to prevent the board from sliding. The ladder toes are firmly planted in level ground.
As for the lack of harness, the rungs on a ladder are almost 1ft apart, I count 11 between the ground and plank putting them somewhere around 11ft. Within the 15ft requirement in my area.
#104 - smellyfinger (09/04/2014) [-]
OSHA saves lives, don't be a statistic. That's how accidents happen. Stop making excuses. I'm not here to win an argument. I am not going to make myself paraplegic over getting siding on a building. If that's what you want to do then there is a huge market for it when the old man in the pickup truck pulls up to home depot asking for work. OSHA exists to set standards, in the work place for safety. This is not debatable Staff Sergeant.
User avatar #105 - dudeyouisnasty (09/04/2014) [-]
As much as OSHA improves the workplace safety of workers, I can't help but joke about some of their stuff. Besides, these guys are following all of the standards set by OSHA. I'm not saying that I go out of my way to avoid compliance with OSHA, for the most part I follow all of their guidelines as required by my employer. Until they get ridiculous by telling me to wear hazmat gear to clean a toilet or to wear gloves and face shield when stocking the shelves with bleach.
#106 - smellyfinger (09/04/2014) [-]
They are not using approved scaffolding to go on the ladders to work with the single Ladder Jack. Even if there were two ladder jacks.. that would be illegal with a single 2x6 to do the job.. I'm done with coaching. If you want to live safely, live in a impenetrable bacteria-free bubble. It's OSHA approved.
User avatar #107 - dudeyouisnasty (09/04/2014) [-]
Ok so the one flaw with their plan is them using a 2x6 who cares. I think you are getting your entire point backwards. At first you were criticizing them for being unsafe, now all you can say is that you have to live in a bubble in order to be safe. What kind of shit are you smoking you dim wit. Obviously you have no idea what you are talking about beyond what you read on the internet, construction crews all over America use single 2x6's as platforms. Using the standard equation for finding the strength of a board supported at two ends we get around 440lbs of load bearing for an 8ft board with all the weight in the center. I used 8ft as that is what i'm estimating that board be. I doubt both of them together with tools is 440lbs as they look slim. Even if they do add up they are not in the center.

So shut your mouth when you don't know what you are talking about.
#101 - smellyfinger (09/04/2014) [-]
Even if that device is for the ladder, where is the fall protection, even if they decided to go the unsafe route, which they did, how is this still safe?
#52 - 2nd pic  [+] (10 new replies) 09/02/2014 on Men vs Women 0
User avatar #53 - dudeyouisnasty (09/02/2014) [-]
Really, thats not a bad idea. The ladders have the spiked feet and they are on dirt. Plus they are both leaning on something solid. I dont see anything wrong here.
#99 - smellyfinger (09/04/2014) [-]
Cool, they are hiring for idiot construction workers who want to risk life and limb to get a job done just to construct a building.. I mean how much valor will you have in a wheelchair to say, I put up a two story building... forward me your contact info?
User avatar #100 - dudeyouisnasty (09/04/2014) [-]
Let me put it this way. This is a common practice with slightly different equipment, they are just making due with what they have. That device on the right ladder was designed to make a scaffold off of the rung of a ladder. They didn't have a second or just decided that they only wanted to use one and they used a rung on the left ladder to support the board.
#102 - smellyfinger (09/04/2014) [-]
The OSHA Guidelines for Safe Ladder Jack Usage
Guardrails – As with any scaffolding, the plank of a ladder jack system should be fitted with guard rails to prevent worker(s) from falling to the ground. Per OSHA standards, the guardrails should be enclosing all sides of the plank in order for the jack system to be deemed safe for use.
Safe Points of Access – Any person using the ladder jack system needs to be able to get to the plank safely, without taking any measures that might put themselves in danger or disrupt the security of the ladder system.
Rigid, Solid Footing – According to OSHA, the ladder jack scaffolding must be resting upon ground that is sturdy and rigid so that, once loaded with equipment and workers, it does not move, shift, or collapse. In other words, the ladders should not be placed upon slick grass or damp soil.
-www.ladderjacks.org/
User avatar #103 - dudeyouisnasty (09/04/2014) [-]
xD OSHA is a joke, do you know that they also require safety goggles, aprons and gloves in order to clean a toilet.
Fall protection is only required in my area when you are above 15ft and not on a ladder. They are above that height but to me it seems that they are well balanced. They are on a ladder system so they might fall under a loophole if the foreman wants to let it go. While I have done that except I used 2 ladder jacks instead of one. In this case the setup follows OSHA guidelines. The plank resting on the ladder is fine because the sides of the ladder act as guard rails. The ladder jack on the right has guardrails on both sides of the board, the 2nd story deck and chimy provide guards to prevent the board from sliding. The ladder toes are firmly planted in level ground.
As for the lack of harness, the rungs on a ladder are almost 1ft apart, I count 11 between the ground and plank putting them somewhere around 11ft. Within the 15ft requirement in my area.
#104 - smellyfinger (09/04/2014) [-]
OSHA saves lives, don't be a statistic. That's how accidents happen. Stop making excuses. I'm not here to win an argument. I am not going to make myself paraplegic over getting siding on a building. If that's what you want to do then there is a huge market for it when the old man in the pickup truck pulls up to home depot asking for work. OSHA exists to set standards, in the work place for safety. This is not debatable Staff Sergeant.
User avatar #105 - dudeyouisnasty (09/04/2014) [-]
As much as OSHA improves the workplace safety of workers, I can't help but joke about some of their stuff. Besides, these guys are following all of the standards set by OSHA. I'm not saying that I go out of my way to avoid compliance with OSHA, for the most part I follow all of their guidelines as required by my employer. Until they get ridiculous by telling me to wear hazmat gear to clean a toilet or to wear gloves and face shield when stocking the shelves with bleach.
#106 - smellyfinger (09/04/2014) [-]
They are not using approved scaffolding to go on the ladders to work with the single Ladder Jack. Even if there were two ladder jacks.. that would be illegal with a single 2x6 to do the job.. I'm done with coaching. If you want to live safely, live in a impenetrable bacteria-free bubble. It's OSHA approved.
User avatar #107 - dudeyouisnasty (09/04/2014) [-]
Ok so the one flaw with their plan is them using a 2x6 who cares. I think you are getting your entire point backwards. At first you were criticizing them for being unsafe, now all you can say is that you have to live in a bubble in order to be safe. What kind of shit are you smoking you dim wit. Obviously you have no idea what you are talking about beyond what you read on the internet, construction crews all over America use single 2x6's as platforms. Using the standard equation for finding the strength of a board supported at two ends we get around 440lbs of load bearing for an 8ft board with all the weight in the center. I used 8ft as that is what i'm estimating that board be. I doubt both of them together with tools is 440lbs as they look slim. Even if they do add up they are not in the center.

So shut your mouth when you don't know what you are talking about.
#101 - smellyfinger (09/04/2014) [-]
Even if that device is for the ladder, where is the fall protection, even if they decided to go the unsafe route, which they did, how is this still safe?
#51 - At my local construction site (no **** )  [+] (11 new replies) 09/02/2014 on Men vs Women 0
#52 - smellyfinger (09/02/2014) [-]
2nd pic
User avatar #53 - dudeyouisnasty (09/02/2014) [-]
Really, thats not a bad idea. The ladders have the spiked feet and they are on dirt. Plus they are both leaning on something solid. I dont see anything wrong here.
#99 - smellyfinger (09/04/2014) [-]
Cool, they are hiring for idiot construction workers who want to risk life and limb to get a job done just to construct a building.. I mean how much valor will you have in a wheelchair to say, I put up a two story building... forward me your contact info?
User avatar #100 - dudeyouisnasty (09/04/2014) [-]
Let me put it this way. This is a common practice with slightly different equipment, they are just making due with what they have. That device on the right ladder was designed to make a scaffold off of the rung of a ladder. They didn't have a second or just decided that they only wanted to use one and they used a rung on the left ladder to support the board.
#102 - smellyfinger (09/04/2014) [-]
The OSHA Guidelines for Safe Ladder Jack Usage
Guardrails – As with any scaffolding, the plank of a ladder jack system should be fitted with guard rails to prevent worker(s) from falling to the ground. Per OSHA standards, the guardrails should be enclosing all sides of the plank in order for the jack system to be deemed safe for use.
Safe Points of Access – Any person using the ladder jack system needs to be able to get to the plank safely, without taking any measures that might put themselves in danger or disrupt the security of the ladder system.
Rigid, Solid Footing – According to OSHA, the ladder jack scaffolding must be resting upon ground that is sturdy and rigid so that, once loaded with equipment and workers, it does not move, shift, or collapse. In other words, the ladders should not be placed upon slick grass or damp soil.
-www.ladderjacks.org/
User avatar #103 - dudeyouisnasty (09/04/2014) [-]
xD OSHA is a joke, do you know that they also require safety goggles, aprons and gloves in order to clean a toilet.
Fall protection is only required in my area when you are above 15ft and not on a ladder. They are above that height but to me it seems that they are well balanced. They are on a ladder system so they might fall under a loophole if the foreman wants to let it go. While I have done that except I used 2 ladder jacks instead of one. In this case the setup follows OSHA guidelines. The plank resting on the ladder is fine because the sides of the ladder act as guard rails. The ladder jack on the right has guardrails on both sides of the board, the 2nd story deck and chimy provide guards to prevent the board from sliding. The ladder toes are firmly planted in level ground.
As for the lack of harness, the rungs on a ladder are almost 1ft apart, I count 11 between the ground and plank putting them somewhere around 11ft. Within the 15ft requirement in my area.
#104 - smellyfinger (09/04/2014) [-]
OSHA saves lives, don't be a statistic. That's how accidents happen. Stop making excuses. I'm not here to win an argument. I am not going to make myself paraplegic over getting siding on a building. If that's what you want to do then there is a huge market for it when the old man in the pickup truck pulls up to home depot asking for work. OSHA exists to set standards, in the work place for safety. This is not debatable Staff Sergeant.
User avatar #105 - dudeyouisnasty (09/04/2014) [-]
As much as OSHA improves the workplace safety of workers, I can't help but joke about some of their stuff. Besides, these guys are following all of the standards set by OSHA. I'm not saying that I go out of my way to avoid compliance with OSHA, for the most part I follow all of their guidelines as required by my employer. Until they get ridiculous by telling me to wear hazmat gear to clean a toilet or to wear gloves and face shield when stocking the shelves with bleach.
#106 - smellyfinger (09/04/2014) [-]
They are not using approved scaffolding to go on the ladders to work with the single Ladder Jack. Even if there were two ladder jacks.. that would be illegal with a single 2x6 to do the job.. I'm done with coaching. If you want to live safely, live in a impenetrable bacteria-free bubble. It's OSHA approved.
User avatar #107 - dudeyouisnasty (09/04/2014) [-]
Ok so the one flaw with their plan is them using a 2x6 who cares. I think you are getting your entire point backwards. At first you were criticizing them for being unsafe, now all you can say is that you have to live in a bubble in order to be safe. What kind of shit are you smoking you dim wit. Obviously you have no idea what you are talking about beyond what you read on the internet, construction crews all over America use single 2x6's as platforms. Using the standard equation for finding the strength of a board supported at two ends we get around 440lbs of load bearing for an 8ft board with all the weight in the center. I used 8ft as that is what i'm estimating that board be. I doubt both of them together with tools is 440lbs as they look slim. Even if they do add up they are not in the center.

So shut your mouth when you don't know what you are talking about.
#101 - smellyfinger (09/04/2014) [-]
Even if that device is for the ladder, where is the fall protection, even if they decided to go the unsafe route, which they did, how is this still safe?
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User avatar #96 - Toximan (08/08/2014) [-]
Damn well, there's this outdoor mall in Chicago, IL called the Brickyard and that's an old photo of it.
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