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RESULT-CREAM EGGS
#1
Guess wot? The most important HS (morale) item in any archies first aid kit has just got sexier.....chocolate. There is now such thing as a cream egg bar!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Huzzah.And yep, I can get a whole one in me chops.Will try for two....

..knowledge without action is insanity and action without knowledge is vanity..(imam ghazali,ayyuhal-walad)
#2
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you never get down a small test pit with that diet!

Another day another WSI?
#3
HUM site related grub. Id say the humble scotch egg, one of the finer pork products.

Also I reckon if there was ever an olympic sport that involved making a sandwhich in a muddy tea hut with dirty hands balancing the bread, marg and filling on yer knees while holding a cup of coffee and roll up archaeologists would win hands down.

I also have a heatlh and safty question. You know those burners you have in site huts that heat the water in kettles, they have to be the most dangerous piece of equipment on any site. How many times have we all mud skated to the boiling kettle nearly spilling it. Do you need some form of hot license as I know the developers need em for their sites huts.

Close enough for a country job!
#4
Trowelhead

Gas burners - you don't need any form of license for these.

What you do need is a Risk Assessment that deals with the use of the burner and also with the transport and storage of the gas (propane/butane). If you must have one of these, then there really should be an appropriate type of fire extinguisher in the cabin (with trained personnel) and a fire blanket, also some designated method for raising the alarm (not necessarily a klaxon, but at least a good shout).

The gas bottle should be upright in a well-ventilated area when used and also when stored, and should not be stored in the cabin. The storage area should be clearly marked with appropriate signage for flammable gases. Any vehicle which is used to transport the gas should be similarly marked and the gas bottle should be kept upright.

Any suggestion that you should transport the gas in the boot of your own car should be avoided.


Beamo
#5
well on that basis i reckon every site ive worked on over 10 years breaks every rule in that book. fire blanket pah! fire extinguisher pah! what about ladys and gents toilets PAH! adequate washing facilities even bigger PAH!!! Source of hot water PAH PAH PAH!! Ok if you have been asimulated by Framework ok but 1 week evaluation I dont think so.

Close enough for a country job!
#6
Quote:quote:Originally posted by trowelhead

well on that basis i reckon every site ive worked on over 10 years breaks every rule in that book.

Well, there's a lot of it about.......

"Kick a megalith and it hurts."
#7
Incidentally: cream egg bar? Ooooooh.

"Kick a megalith and it hurts."
#8
Quote:quote:Originally posted by trowelhead

well on that basis i reckon every site ive worked on over 10 years breaks every rule in that book. fire blanket pah! fire extinguisher pah! what about ladys and gents toilets PAH! adequate washing facilities even bigger PAH!!! Source of hot water PAH PAH PAH!! Ok if you have been asimulated by Framework ok but 1 week evaluation I dont think so.

Close enough for a country job!

sometimes just a loo full stop would've been nice.
#9
i heard of these creme egg bars and dared not to believe until i hunted one down for myself -but my oh my they are good! however, i prefer the humble egg Big Grin

"Only two things are infinite, the universe and human stupidity, and I'm not sure about the former."
Albert Einstein (1879-1955)
#10
Cream egg bars?!?!?!

HMPHHHH!!!! Blasphemy I calls it!

Gizza job!!!!! ....please!!!!!

I don't work for Network...honest gov!


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