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    Default Most gruesome work safety video ever

    http://www.machovideo.com/video/Most...ver_seen_14275



    I like it better than the Indiana Iones knockoff I had to watch in training...

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    Default Re: Most gruesome work safety video ever

    That's a funny video.
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    Default Re: Most gruesome work safety video ever

    It was funny, but I know of several incidents. I worked at a place i guy did lose his ring finger on one of those pallet sides. Also my dad got electrocuted through his shoulder when am engineer disregarded his lock out clip. After punching the guy in the face after he recovered, he started using a lock and kept the only key to it on him. MY dad had to cut a guys long hair after a machine caught it and was starting to pull his scalp off too.

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    Default Re: Most gruesome work safety video ever

    I lost the pinkie on my right hand to a router...

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    Default Re: Most gruesome work safety video ever

    I'm well aware of the dangers. I've been around. It was just the way the video was so in-your-face about the dangers that it was a bit comical.
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