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    • Two Bros carrying a pole, five feet apart cuz they're not gay!
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    • A lot of general contractors will enforce the two man rule if it is at or over 10 feet long, no matter the weight, to prevent accidents going around corners, and damage to finished product, like when you are going through doors.
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    • Hey OSHA don't fuck around
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    • Hi cap here. there are some actual places such as Intel where they instituted an 8 foot rule. Anything over 8 feet needs is 2 person carry.
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    • If its an occupated building some contractors require two people to carry long material so you dont swing and hit someone. This looks dumb af tho
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    • OSHA requires any material or ladder over 5 ft to be carried end to end by two people so going around corners people don’t get hit in the eye or more stuff happen.
      brandong7 13 may
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    • OSHA says if its longer than 6 feet in tight hazardous quarters 2 people are needed to safely guide the object from hitting obstacles.
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    • K so couple of things the company they work for probably had a minor incident with a guy carrying a pipe freaked out and created a redundant saftey rule because more accidents means OSHA is likely to show and their fines a stupid expensive second no its not because theyre union tradesmen
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    • No such thing as a one man job in a union
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    • Its actually probably some safety regulation that anything over a certain length needs to be carried by 2 people. Theres a lot of weird regulations like that.
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    • Actually we are supposed to carry pipe of any decent length with a partner to prevent the possibility of accidentally hitting something/someone with it
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    • When representatives from OSHA arrive
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    • So osha requires anything longer than 119” in length to carried by a minimum of two people
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    • Take it from an engineer, copper is very malleable so it will bend under it's own weight and is too expensive to replace for most companies under a contract.
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    • Actually OSHA says if the pole is longer than 6 feet you must use two people
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    • Actually, some job sites safety rules are so anal, they actually require this.
      smilyaod 13 may
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    • Getting it there is a 1 man job but installing it can be a 2 man job.
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    • Anyone whose worked in construction or building industry knows OSHA requires certain lengths of materials to be moved by two people
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    • “Unions”
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    • I'm a ref tech, sometimes we get these 30 foot lengths of 5/8 copper, they call it a one mag job. But every step makes that shit flop all over the place, I wish someone held the other end.
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    • Aren’t these the two niggas from borderlands 2
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    • my boss actually encourages us to do mundane jobs and make them more difficult than they need to be so we can all hang out and talk. My boss told me and my coworkers to go sweep the other day, he then gave us one broom and one dust pan “to share” I love my job.
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    • Osha brahh and copper is heavy af!!
      2rawwww 15 may
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    • OHSA Approves.
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    • In the military, they'll have 7 motherfuckers doing a one person job
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    • Less about the weight and more about making sure it doesnt swing and clobber someone over the head
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    • Electricians usually have to team carry anything that's over eight feet long.
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    • Tubes, rods, and planks longer than 5 feet are at least a 2 person job, according to OSHA requirements
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    • When the regulation is dumb as fk but you still gotta abide by it.
      badD 13 may
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    • Must be union laborers
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    • It's a 2 person job because of the length. It prevents accidental injury or breakage if you turn suddenly and swing it around, it is under more direct control with 2 people.
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    • My ass is so thicc it needs a team lift photo so it can comply with OSHA regulations 😫
      bzorro 13 may
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    • there is an OSHA violation to carry long objects on the job site by yourself as rounding a corner can cause the object to swing and hit somebody.
      PieMan2k 13 may
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    • Did someone say boom?!
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    • Well copper pipes are already pretty dang heavy, this length is probably not too heavy for one person but as everyone in the comments is saying, it’s long enough to need two people to carry due to regulations
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    • That only looks like 4.6 feet those dudes are hella gay
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    • Anything 120in is a 2 person carry
      dirtymoz 13 may
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    • Union members....
      REDMD9 13 may
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    • most companies make it mandatory to have two people carry anything 10ft or longer, don’t matter how light it is.
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    • Union workers be like
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    • This’ll probably get lost in the comments but I just wanted to say that if no one has said they love you today i do have a great day and I just wanted you to know that you matter
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    • Union jobs
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    • As a supervisor I'd let my subordinates go do easy jobs together to destress.
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    • Literally lookin at this on the way back from the job site and I feel so called out
      Scrubicle 14 may
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    • That's union for you
      Billothy 14 may
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    • I wouldn't be surprised if they're doing that because there's an inspector nearby and there's some rule about how many people are required to carry an object of a certain length.
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    • at least its OSHA compliant
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    • That’s everything in the military
      IrishFuck 14 may
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    • Plot twist: it's a bomb they have to keep level or it will explode
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    • We got away with "i left my oven on and hes gotta take me" on 4/20 @ 4:15pm
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    • We got like 7 kids out of a classroom once too pick up 2 packages from the office
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    • The pipe might bend if one guy carries it depending on the material
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    • What’s your boon size?
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    • PorkSword 13 may
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    • To be fair I’ve done shit like this on jobs where you don’t wanna carry a long object that could possibly scar or damage the walls or entrance in some ways. Some places are super anal about it
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    • I once saw a box at work that said “teamlift” it was 12”x12” and weighed 3lbs. As a joke I got a coworker to carry it with me like we were moving a couch
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    • You have to have 2 people on those pipes. If not, safety inspector will royally fuck you. For jobs with 30+ workers
      ThemNips 13 may
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    • Me and boys touching cocks
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    • Its called OSHA MOTHERFUCKER
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    • That's these two guys at my work who work in the same department. They go everywhere and do everything together.
      Xuan 18 may
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    • Last thing you want is to damage the end of the pipe, or smack something somehwere.
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    • Man I see a bunch of OSHA shite. Lemme tell ya something. OSHA shows up writes down a word or two and leave in my town. The do not give an actual fuck about reg out here
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    • OSHA regulations says it's a 2 man job.
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    • That’s fine, from personal experience though make sure you do the opposite by when they ask you if you need help you say no even though you obviously do. Otherwise they’ll catch on and just assume you just want to be tether and do jack shit to do fuck nothing
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    • That 1" copper looks heavy af
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    • Safety first. 😋
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    • Ah unions
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    • Union rules. Also, I’m on my coffee break, so fuck off
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    • I acutally understand why theyre carrying it like that. Its copper so its kinda pricy and its long so if one person were to carry it would swing around or put a hole in the ceiling
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    • Union workers
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    • Union job done right
      dphallboy 14 may
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    • I had to carry bundles of pipe through a hospital. Anything over a certain length in certain areas requires two people to carry it. One on each end
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    • Unless it's iron, just copper plated. If it's 40lbs, legally it's a 2 person job. But it's not they're just fucking off. Respect
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    • My job is literally shared with me and another person so I spend about 4 hours a day on ifunny. Yes it is as great as it sounds.
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    • Nah it's cause the length of it.
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    • To be fair that’s a grounding rod which is solid copper
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    • Dont fuck with OSHA
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    • Boom and bewm
      Sobean 13 may
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    • Y'all i dislocated my shoulder at work and need surgery so ima be getting paid full time to sit on my ass and play video games for 6 weeks
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    • This is the hundredth comment. I needed to make it even.
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    • I have a test coming up, wish me luck guys!
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    • Boon
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    • Fucking unions
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    • How come we needed battle buddies in basic but i could walk where ever tf i wanted by myself in elementry. I was way more likely to get today back then
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    • Totally not a repost
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    • Its REALLY dense
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    • Plot twist: the rod is made of super dense material that makes it weigh 200 lbs.
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    • This should be a 2 person job so you dont accidentally whack a bitch at head level with a metal pole
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    • Nah bruh that’s just OSHA mandated
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