An OSHA investigator visited the courthouse again Monday, Sept. 10 and found two workers not wearing protective gear. According to planning and development director David Allen, the county will not face any citations from the visit.
David Allen? Isn't he the Landscape Architect that County Manager Bill Sawyer appointed to take pictures everyday of the project? I think any dust levels involving county employees in a enclosed office space under construction are a hazard and unacceptable.
“I think any dust levels involving county employees in a enclosed office space under construction are a hazard and unacceptable”. Now there is a statement. Are you sure of “any” dust levels? Any within reason I am sure is what you meant. Well how do we come to that conclusion? A squinted eye and a protruding thumb? How about a good ol’ dousing rod that detects dust? Maybe OSHA should use these methods and do away with the proven method of using a PPM meter. Maybe OSHA could send all field inspectors to the Mickle School of dust ology where they are taught the WAG method. I have to say that next to my favorite southern belle, you make reading some of these blogs entertaining.
My southern belle Miss towery, I am so happy that I could entertain you. It did not come cheap. Try retirement as Georgia State Safety Director, Certified Georgia Fire Safety Engineer, OSHA Certified Instructor, NFPA Life Safety Code Instructor, USCG Port Security Hazardous Materials Inspector and two college degrees. If you are serious about the entertainment please send a check to the PJR and they will donate it to a worthy cause in my name. Now blow the dust from your nostrils and pray the county employees do not make that TV call of "One Call Thats All."
Have a safe day.
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