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Andy Collins

Gopher, Central Suffolk Tuesday 19 march

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Yes that's tomorrow.

You will be a gopher, you will be fetching and carrying and generally doing as requested. But it will not be too physically hard, I just need an extra pair of hands for the day. Payment will be £50, cheque or BACS, no cash. You will need to bring a hard hat gloves and steel capped boots, saw experience not necessary, common sense is.

Day will start at 8,30 am til finish.

Pm me if you are interested, and we will discuss arrangements.

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Yes that's tomorrow.

You will be a gopher, you will be fetching and carrying and generally doing as requested. But it will not be too physically hard, I just need an extra pair of hands for the day. Payment will be £50, cheque or BACS, no cash. You will need to bring a hard hat gloves and steel capped boots, saw experience not necessary, common sense is.

Day will start at 8,30 am til finish.

Pm me if you are interested, and we will discuss arrangements.

 

any common sense would say leave it,no full ppe

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any common sense would say leave it,no full ppe

 

What are you talking about??:confused1:

 

Obviously he does not want someone to do any cutting, so why would they need MORE PPE, than that which is stated.

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Full ppe for what? Helmet protects head, gloves protect hands, and capped boots protect feet. The worker will not be near a saw, or a chipper, there is a fuel station near by, so perhaps a flash over suit may be more appropriate. :001_rolleyes:

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I really don't see why people have to butt in to an advert for a brash rat, if you don't want he work don't post. It ain't rocket science lads.:)

 

 

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I'll do it go 70, oh wait........it's not down to me ;)

 

In all seriousness its an easy day and would be ideal for anyone wanting to get some experience and learn a few things. If your really lucky you'll get to witness the complete destruction of a greenhouse and shed.

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If there was no common sense, would he even be considering ppe? be offering traceable payment?

 

Sounds like a good easy day for £50 in your back pocket. If I could make it, I'd be in there!

Hope you find someone pal :thumbup:

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