I tend to like all the macro keys available on gaming keyboards/pads. Not for gaming itself but for quick keys for apps, commands, and most importantly often used text like email addresses and user log in's.
You might look into some of the gaming keyboards. They have a switch to turn off the windows key. To prevent that very problem.
Old school trick that can still be done on some sites. Hit print article. Low and behold you have it on one page.
Guess it goes hand in hand with the way our lovely government tends to do things now days.
Am always amazed at how some desk jockies feel the computer provided by the employer for work is their personal toy to do with as they please.
That is a big difference between tower climbers and climbers in other industries. You learn to be quick as possible vrs as safe as possible. I have seen the same thing. While never seeing it in rope access. While mistakes are made in every industry rope access always has a backup in place. When one fails the 2nd takes over Always work in pairs, with rescue being a big part of all training.
By the way, qsl from another ham.
Well you sound just like a manager. Saying exactly what the carriers say. They wash their hands of it. Saying its all the workers fault. Odd how in order to do the work safely would double the amount of time required to do the job. Which leaves no profit. Carriers always manage to never have a supervisor on site making sure the work is done properly. Allows the carrier to say we did not know they were not working safe.
No, just need properly trained workers with rules followed. Which the tower industry is famous for not doing.
I am only a climber/rigger/rope access worker with almost two decades of experience. Who would not touch that industry nor would any of his coworkers.
I have worked in the climbing/rigging/rope access industry for almost two decades.
Everyone who wanted to keep a standard of living and their life has left the tower industry. Very little money in it any more or safety. Any climbers that are quick learners and responsible leave the cell tower industry. So the tower industry is often left with the desperate and unqualified.
The police will just turn them off, cover them. missing footage etc.
That happens a lot in the states as well. The footage from the dash camera's always seems to have a problem at crucial times.
A yes to the first question. the 2nd is all touring equipment tends to be chassis grounded. So if someone plugs a hot into ground or neutral. Bad things tend to happen when someone touches a rack or instrument and something that is properly grounded.
Our equipment is typically tied into 200/400 amp services. So you can imagine how much damage that could cause.
I still work in the field as a rigger/climber/rope access/electrician.
Anyway flat out amazed with the occasional siting of some idiot tieing the hots in first. Or gawd forbid not confirming that the ground and neutral are not marked as a hot at the other end. I hear of that more often than i would like to.
Nice to see i have some brothers on this forum.
Just put it in the microwave for a few seconds or hit it with a hammer where the chip is.
The fact that some of our states are larger them some of your countries might give you more of an understanding of why every state is different. Honestly why should those that live in one street town USA pay the same rate as those in huge cities with a massive infrastructure.