Safety First!

Electric company worker knows how important safety is, that is why he's wearing his helmet. Can't ever be too safe when you're standing in flood water surrounded by power lines and transformers!

  • vulture August 18, 2016

    without the safety helmet he could get fired for gross breach of the safety rules

  • iluvkitty August 18, 2016

    Hey Dave, I wouldn't mind proofreading your descriptions under these pics and videos. ... "be" "too" ... And a whole bunch of commas and periods would make it easier for us to read. Just saying guey, no tenojes.

  • longhungwong August 18, 2016

    lol i'll try

  • mykejp August 18, 2016

    What's the worst that can happen?

  • failure101 August 18, 2016

    Unexpectedly he gets eaten by a shark.

  • felterupgood August 18, 2016

    I hope he's getting paid overtime

  • airsporter August 18, 2016

    Suspect you have to have total and utter confidence that your 'Line Manager' wont flick a Test switch.....

    Dont care if your Hilary Clinton - Fuck That!

  • whobe August 18, 2016

    Whats with the air conditioner at the top of the stairs in front of the trailer and the transformers 5 feet under water? Looks like piss poor flood management.

  • belchesfelches August 18, 2016

    His life insurance policy won't pay if he's not wearing steel toed shoes.

  • truckingman August 18, 2016

    HOLLY MF" SHIT!!!!!! He is a brave MOTHER FUCKER!!!!!! Also Felterupgood, I do agree with your point. He does deserve OVER TIME AND MF" HAZARD PAY!!!!!!!!!!!!

  • potrostation August 18, 2016

    Refried beaner.

  • acairman August 18, 2016

    Perfectly safe, transformers on ground are in storage,pole he is using is the right tool for the job. No more dangerous than performing same job on dry ground.

  • twofords August 18, 2016

    He should be fine, he has rubber boots on as well.

  • bignoodle87 August 19, 2016

    Does having balls of steel make this more dangerous?

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