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What do the more experienced people do when workers don't stop long enough to get their info down in the log???
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Please put this in the gate guard thread
Dianne (and Terry) (Fulltimed for 9 years)
HAM WB6N (Terry)
2012 Ford F350, diesel, 4x4 SRW, crew cab, longbed
2009 Lance 971 Truck Camper, loaded
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It's Texas.......shoot the rear tires out.
2007 RAM 3500 QC LB SRW 5.9L CTD 48re 4:10 4K in bed 'quiet genny'
2007 HitchHiker II 32.5 UKTG 2000W Xantex Inverter
Hit the Road Free & Clear April '07
If the gate is closed , do not open it until your requirements are met.
If the gate is allowed to be open , there should be a stop sign .
Safety rules are number one - people and equipment must be accounted for in case of
emergency / disaster .
As a Security / Safety Manager , I would warn first , then take stronger action !