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Outer Bamnks diving on the Great Escape Southern California Live-Aboard Dive Boat


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Posted by Mojo Mike on May 11, 2007 at 12:08:22:

In Reply to: What kind of work? (nt) posted by Eric S on May 09, 2007 at 06:51:38:

When dealing with numerous dangerous things, high voltage, high pressures, high temperatures, high speeds, high everything. It makes for a high stress work enviroment that not everyone can deal with. The few of us that can are overworked. I like intense work and enjoy it to a certain point. I take a lot of pride that no one has been hurt or killed. While I was on shift and in control during my 30 year career. I am a nice but have reputation of being meaner than a junk yard dog. When it comes to safety. Mostly because I have lost many coworkers/friends during my career. Worse case my former crew was in explosion. Lost 6 friends when they breathed super criticalhigh temperature steam and were cooked from the inside out. People take electricity for granted till it is not there. The dangers of a well planned solo dive is small compared to my everyday life.



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