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Fatigue is what I'm really talking about here though. Learning to use tools and equipment safely is just a given, but we often dismiss fatigue as a hazard. In my modern day job as a 2 way radios walkie talkies Specialist, I often have to set up satellite systems on roofs. My hazards are Gravity and Electricity. I have respect for both, but after all my years of experience around dangerous equipment, I know that as my level of fatigue increases, my level of caution and concern for safety decreases.
We also set up a network of ham radio operators in case there was an emergency. The ham radio operators communicated important information to each other when all of the power and phone lines were out. They also worked delivering messages to our soldiers during then war. You could go to a Red cross radio station, give them the message and they would drive out and hand deliver it.
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The base of the mast matched the roof slope of the house: it was easily taken off the truck bed onto the roof, stood up and secured on our roof, then climbed in order to securely attach each antenna. It seemed everyone in the neighborhood was big-eyed and fascinated that day, just as me and my brothers and sisters were. We actually felt pride in the appearance of our house that day we had the only science fiction looking house on the block and knew that all the other kid's in our heighborhood ham radio antennas envied us.
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