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Ive worked at Baldragon Academy in Dundee.... Is that hazardous enough for you?
I’m guessing you worked class 1 div 1 and 2 locations I’ve never heard of Baldragon Academy. Is that an industrial job ?
 

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I’m guessing you worked class 1 div 1 and 2 locations I’ve never heard of Baldragon Academy. Is that an industrial job ?
I don't know the place myself but I'd guess the post was in jest and baldragon academy is a very rough place, the hazard being the local population.

I think a key difference between USA and the UK is the nature of our humour.
 

Megawatt

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I don't know the place myself but I'd guess the post was in jest and baldragon academy is a very rough place, the hazard being the local population.

I think a key difference between USA and the UK is the nature of our humour.
I don't know the place myself but I'd guess the post was in jest and baldragon academy is a very rough place, the hazard being the local population.

I think a key difference between USA and the UK is the nature of our humour.
I’m guessing you worked class 1 div 1 and 2 locations I’ve never heard of Baldragon Academy. Is that an industrial job ?
I actually like doing that kind of work, a lot of people never get the chance to learn. I worked at FMC and they make lithium which is the worlds lightest metal. They used to sell to NASA For their space ships but I see your humor in your reply
 

Megawatt

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I actually like doing that kind of work, a lot of people never get the chance to learn. I worked at FMC and they make lithium which is the worlds lightest metal. They used to sell to NASA For their space ships but I see your humor in your reply
Is that academy that bad of a location
 

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I work Offshore on Oil and Well Rigs. Drilling platforms etc.
The international Hazardous areas competency is run by CompEX in Aus it’s EEHA.
 

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Baldragon academy is a secondary school in Dundee, Scotland. A couple of jobs there:
One was maintenance on the storage heaters, where the young adults had ripped off a cover to use as a sledge in the snow....
Another job where a classroom refurb was going on and every trade had their power tools nicked.

Baldragon is next door to a manned police station.
 

Megawatt

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I work Offshore on Oil and Well Rigs. Drilling platforms etc.
The international Hazardous areas competency is run by CompEX in Aus it’s EEHA.
I always wanted to work on a off shore oil rig
 
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