Slip-and-fall Safety Questions.

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AlongCameJones's Comment
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Exactly what I thought too

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Guess whos back? Back Again Todd is back tell your friends

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Hello, Grumpy Old Man. Todd is not really an ugly name. Let's have a conversation on my conversation piece. What do you want to talk about football or Joe Biden? Who's going to the Super Bowl this season?

HOS:

Hours Of Service

HOS refers to the logbook hours of service regulations.
AlongCameJones's Comment
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The inspiration for my handle.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eFyr49TwuiI

PackRat's Comment
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No, you come up with all the different names because you think you're clever.

You're not.

You're a waste of time and should be blocked.

Anne A. (G13Momcat)'s Comment
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No, you come up with all the different names because you think you're clever.

You're not.

You're a waste of time and should be blocked.

Meh,

He's kinda entertaining. Glad we lost PurplePistlePreston (what was it?) though. TomCougar was LOVED, elsewhere!

ToddHolmes, any relation to J?

I'll check the video..

~ Anne ~

ps: DuckDuckGo is NOT undetectable...to the wise(r.) ;) Perks of having an IT/tech savvy kiddo, LoL!

pps: My Ariat Fatbaby II boots are quite slip resistant; on T/T's and mucking stalls. No shower shoes around trucks & hooves, IMHO!

AlongCameJones's Comment
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No, you come up with all the different names because you think you're clever.

You're not.

You're a waste of time and should be blocked.

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Meh,

He's kinda entertaining. Glad we lost PurplePistlePreston (what was it?) though. TomCougar was LOVED, elsewhere!

ToddHolmes, any relation to J?

I'll check the video..

~ Anne ~

ps: DuckDuckGo is NOT undetectable...to the wise(r.) ;) Perks of having an IT/tech savvy kiddo, LoL!

pps: My Ariat Fatbaby II boots are quite slip resistant; on T/T's and mucking stalls. No shower shoes around trucks & hooves, IMHO!

I Googled and found this interesting article on trucking footwear from Schneider. They also talk about gloves and that's another important issue too. You need good hand protection. In the army, soldiers were required to wear flip-flops in the barracks showers for sanitary reasons. I would definately have them in my gear as a driver as well for showers on the road. The Schneider article says some drivers also need steel toes.

https://schneiderjobs.com/blog/best-work-boots-for-truck-drivers

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AlongCameJones's Comment
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E.T. phone home under the bridge.

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