too bad there are people willing to do the job for less,with no benefits,no pesion,and no regard for safety. this guy works hard everyday. i've worked with dockbuilders,sandhogs,etc. and i wouldn't want their jobs..but i respect them. if he is union,then he has a decent wage and benefits. he ain't earnin 6 figures like most politicians and wall streeters...he WORKS!!!And if he's like the union workers in the US he probably makes between $30 - $40 an hour, has a nice employer paid pension, an awesome health care plan and is home by 3:30 every day.
I'll take that.
which is exactly what was shown on the previous page as safety glovesthey don't look like no safety gloves. they look like fabric knit gloves with a grippy palm. his hands must be wet and freezing cold.
still not exactly the gloves I would choose for working in a cold and wet environment like that guy is.which is exactly what was shown on the previous page as safety gloves
that's what we use so that you don't accidentally rest your hand on a freshly welded handrail! (hot) or pick up glass finds whenever you hold onto a surface! (ouch)
but they don't really dry quickly in my experience, which is a pain in cold enviroments!