How to be Safe while Serving in Construction

safety (Click here to see the video)

The house we built in a week with Habitat in Katrina, Bay St. Louis
The house we built in a week with Habitat in Katrina, Bay St. Louis

Larry has been working with my son-in-law on remodeling their house. Yesterday they worked on installing electrical sockets, etc. As a result they both got mild shocks—-they soon discovered the problem. Larry has worked in the construction field as a contractor, a teacher, and now in retirement. Click on the above link to see the Blitz Build safety video he shared with a team at Willow Creek Church before going to help Katrina victims in Bay St. Louis. Not only is it helpful, but quite entertaining. He mentions and shows footage of Mike Breau giving a message and accidentally stapling himself. Enjoy and learn some tips.

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Hats the new owner gave us to combat the intense sun.
Hats the new owner gave us to combat the intense sun.

One thought on “How to be Safe while Serving in Construction”

  1. That’s awesome! I’m not sure I ever saw that video… but I do remember many of Larry’s safety talks in person. 🙂 The other day, I was using a utility knife to scrape a price tag off the top of a glass jar. Of course, I slipped and sliced into my thumb! I was actually thinking of Larry’s line “where is it going to go if you slip or miss?”, just before I slipped. Too bad I didn’t remember it a little sooner!

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