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A. Spruce
Job Site Safety

So I'm working on a project in East LA with dj1 and I asked him to barricade the back entrance to keep people from getting hurt, this is what I found . . .

Link to image:
http://cdn.ebaumsworld.com/mediaFiles/picture/730195/82757667.jpg

dj1
Re: Job Site Safety

Spruce, a number of problems here.

1. The sign is not CAL OSHA approved.
2. We don't have basements in east LA. We may have tunnels, but not basements.
3. The Spanish should read: "Entro en otro sitio", but I can't guarantee it.
4. Barricades don't work, they jump over them.
5. Just lock the door.
6. Next time, if you want it done right, do it yourself.

:D:rolleyes::cool::confused:

A. Spruce
Re: Job Site Safety

You sure can take the fun out of picking on someone! :rolleyes:;):p

keith3267
Re: Job Site Safety

Its a little hard for the rest of us to get in on the joke because the picture doesn't show up.

MLB Construction
Re: Job Site Safety

hey, i think it's funny....only typo is that is should read "spanglish" instead of spanish....that's something my father would put up....lol

aka MLBSF

A. Spruce
Re: Job Site Safety
keith3267 wrote:

Its a little hard for the rest of us to get in on the joke because the picture doesn't show up.

It could be your computer settings. I've edited my post to include a link to the image.:cool:

Eddieraines
Re: Job Site Safety
A. Spruce wrote:

So I'm working on a project in East LA with dj1 and I asked him to barricade the back entrance to keep people from getting hurt, this is what I found . . .

Link to image:
http://cdn.ebaumsworld.com/mediaFiles/picture/730195/82757667.jpg

Lol. That was good one. Loved the way he wrote the warning in both English and Spanish.

HoustonRemodeler
Re: Job Site Safety

I was on a jobsite tiling a bathroom in a brand new home / new construction. There was some 12/2 wire coiled up, sticking out of the wall in an odd location. When I went over to examine the wire I read what the electrician had written on the wire to identify it;

Yakusi

and no, the wire wasn't from a town in Japan.

A. Spruce
Re: Job Site Safety
HoustonRemodeler wrote:

Yakusi

and no, the wire wasn't from a town in Japan.

Loosely translated, yakusi means: live wire. :D

Rosaleeta
Re: Job Site Safety

Hola amigos!

Some possibilities for the sign could be:

1) No Entres
2) Prohibido Entrar
3) Se Prohibe La Entrada

There are numerous others.

MLB Construction
Re: Job Site Safety

hey spruce....is it me or are some people just not getting this?

aka MLBSF

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