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WARNING!  This video may be upsetting to some viewers, NO GRAPHIC images but it is a VERY SERIOUS accident caught on tape - Viewer Discretion is advised.  VOLUME WARNING - Turn DOWN your volume as the "F" bomb rightfully gets dropped after this accident!



With all the Christmas decorations up and all the cords running everywhere I thought this would be a good reminder.  As for work, remember since 2008 GFCI's are required when workers are using electrical cords and corded tools that are used during construction-like activities, including certain maintenance, remodeling, or repair activities, involving buildings, structures or equipment (1910.304(b)(3)(ii).

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