Be careful handling computer racks
ard at p850ug1.demon.co.uk
Fri Jan 15 15:20:22 CST 2010
> I was 30 feet off the floor working on a bridge crane once, and a
> laborer on the ground:
> 1) Removed the red flag tying the fuse-box closed**
> 2) Installed the 2 fuses I had removed from the crane circuit
> 3) Threw the crossbar switch, and
One think I knew before I even went to school is that you _never_ turn on
an isolator switch unless you are darn sure it's safe for everyone if you
do so. Peirod.
> 4) Walked back over to the control pendant and started moving the bridge
> down the shop.
> All without ever looking up, or apparently even removing his brain
> from his anus.
> I was VERY fortunate that I didn't have my hands anywhere near
> current or moving parts, but I was sitting on the edge of the bridge and
> damn near fell off when it started moving.
> The guy that did it was quite offended when I started throwing tools
> at him.
I think that idiot should have eneded up being supseded from the crane.
You can choose how you decide to do this :-)
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