Yep! and he is wet up to his mid chest form getting into the pool and positioning the ladder. But come on - he does have safety glasses on!rapscaLLion said:is it just me or is the guy on the ladder barefoot?
GFIs have been around for over 20 years, so he's probably safe on that count. As far as no hard hat, etc. if you're self employed and self insured, you can pretty much do whatever you want.
This is a good point and one that I hoped would be raised. Whilst I still would not opt for using a fiberglass or wooden ladder in a swimming pool, it does raise the issue of material of choice in selecting a ladder on which to do electrical work.Nuja said:
Evil Mayhem :twisted: said:Aluminium Ladder: $150.00
Power drill: $99.95
Safety glasses (nice touch): $12.55
Hauling your wet, shoeless butt up that ladder with the drill: $65.00 per hour
Deep frying your arse when you drop your power drill into the swimming pool and having the pool boy pull your crispy remains out with a leaf scoop: priceless
For safety you can't go past common sense. For everything else there is toasty card!