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03-12-2009, 12:55 PM #92Colorado's premier Green Mechanical Contractor!
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03-13-2009, 04:23 AM #93Professional Member
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- Dec 2006
- Vancouver, B.C.
I know its not a perfect world but the theory is that every technician that is working by themselves should have at least taken and passed safety training, understand the basics and principles of operation along with having a sufficient amount of time spent working side by side with a senior tech. It is one thing to be working side by side with a tech that catches your every mistake but when techs are let loose they don't have that set of extra eyes watching over them. Because of that Parts are going to get broken by accident or miss diagnosed. Its simply a part of learning. The difference with them making a mistake on a unit versus a homeowner making a mistake on a unit is that the technician has taken the training and knows the hidden dangers associated with the system that he or she is working on. That limits the casualties to the system components and not humans.
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03-13-2009, 09:45 AM #94No return.
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- Jul 2006
- NW burbs of Detroit
It's all about the Benjamins, MY Benjamins.