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    CARTOON Paper, paper, paperwork, and so much safety equipment!!


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    Ohh that's just Crowley..not all tug company's are that bad...but it's sure going that way fast!
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    Lolz. Paperwork...but it keeps us safe! Probably 1/10th of he crap we do actually makes sense. I know guys who wouldn't do any If they had a chance but I find just a little worthy of keeping. ...from a guy who manages to fortunately do just slightly more than zero paperwork.


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    Have you ever filled out a "lock out tag out" and a risk assessment for changing a light bulb, the more stickers we have on the boat, the safer we are.
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    Tugboatin' yesterday.


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    The next position on a tug will be a secretary. Thanks for the cartoon, it's totally the way of the industry, more so if you're moving oil.
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    I remember when you only had a red logbook that was IT!
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    I just over-did it with risk assessments for a while to make my point well heard. Don't get much crap about them anymore...
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