Thursday, April 11, 2013

Boom Goes The Dynamite

Unlike a certain school to the north, Purdue likes to protect its student managers when they are filming football practices. Purdue's coaches use the common since of not sending some scrub manager up on a skyjack to film practice on an incredibly windy day. We're all about safety and not having a wrongful death suit on our hands. That, and there is little point in filming your own practices.

If you are going to use a scissor lift, however, you need to make sure you are using one of the following anchors. Using something like genie boom lifts in a safe manner is the best way to film practice or get work done in high places.These lifts are affordable and easy to store. When properly anchored they are incredibly difficult to tip over and provide a stable work surface.

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Boom goes the dynamite! is the enthusiastic catchphrase coined by Ball State University sportscaster Brian Collins while covering the March 22, 2005 NBA game between the Indiana Pacers and New Jersey Nets.