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Canarian Health & safety practises....

Yep, just as we used to do it , but we knew no better then.

Here professional welders balance on unsecured planks to renew heavy steel plates on the hull of this Gabonese owned fishing vessel at Las Palmas.

Anybody else fancy a go at this ?

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Sorry for my spanish comment but in english i dont have words....

Entristece mucho ver el concepto que tienes de nosotros, que parece horrible......
 

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Eyeglass agrees with me that the working practices are not good...
Rick
Hola Joaquín , Comprendo usted. Toda la gente tardar peligroso azares en la vida. Ahora en Gran Bretaña todo trabajo es cauteloso monitor por el Salud y Seguridad Autoridades. Vida en Las Palma es no así riguroso. aún. Sabéis , está extraño , pero Prefiero hasta haber menos governement intervención en la vida.(EEK)
Regards, Rick
un otro 'Aprendiz de todo maestro de nada' (Thumb)
 

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Not the best example of safe working practices! Are they planning on renaming the vessel 'Frankenstein'? There is a remarkable similarity in that picture!
 

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Many years ago, when I was in Hong Kong, I saw men working over the side on a 'stage' that consisted of nothing more than a single bamboo pole suspended by two ropes. I only wish I'd had a camera with me at the time to take a picture.
 

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