Today we started off a little differently. It was the composite department OSHA safety training day. This training occurs once a year. The company brings in a very nice lady who presents a powerpoint while we sit and listen. She also asked a few questions.
Nice Lady: "You are new here, where did you come from?"
Nice Lady: "Why did you leave??"
Me: "We are actually going back"
Nice Lady: "What do gloves protect you from?"
Mike: "Strippers... I mean paint stripping chemicals"
And when Adam complained to this safety woman that he was constantly cutting off his fingertips:
Joe: "Maybe they should take away your knife and give you a spoon!"
Adam: "They must have already done that to you because you are so fat."
Five minutes later the laughter died down.
It was a good start to the morning, and I learned that MSDS is being abbreviated to SDS. SDS stands for Safety Data Sheet. Oh and we tabbed the inside of the deck joint.