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J. McCabe Plumbing Inc.
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Does anyone take the time to read the MSDS on the products you use? I can save your lif and maybe the life of those around you.

Pipe dope, flux, solder, teflon, caulkings, propane, mapp, glues, etc., read the MSDS, it's the law.

Wow, I sound a little like some a$$-ol:laughing:

Sorry guys it was a response to another thread that got me think-in. I feel better now:blink:
 

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Since when does a man read the directions:laughing:

We are males,
we never get lost on a trip, just diverted from the designated route!
We never read the instructions for assembling a product until we are on the throne and dont have any thing else to read
We never use a bottle opener, we use our teeth
We never read the MSDS untill we notice a bad rash!
 

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J. McCabe Plumbing Inc.
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Usually, just after he gets hurt, lost or the wife isn't around.
 

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We put em in the trailer on every job for everything that will be used on that job. It's required. Also, we have our guys sign safe work practice sheets on every job. I dunno how many times a week I tell guys to get their lids or safety glasses on:censored:. That makes me the A$$hole. But, I'm the A$$hole with one work comp claim in the last 15 years.
 

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I do.
As a result I wear full body armor & oxygen breathing apparatus in all crawlspaces and attics when using solvents, dopes, Mapp, and for good measure, when drinking starbucks french roast.
 

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I should wear a breathing mask more often, especially around insulation and moldy crawlspaces. I basically wear them....never.:blush: I need to form a habit of using them more.
Me too. Black boogers and hacking for a few days ain't as cool as it used to be
 
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