responsibility

Just a thought

May 4, 2012
Our co-ojt's climbing up the steel ladder.

Having been exposed to the world of workers and engineers, I was enlightened by the fact that this job is no way easy or cool at all. I don’t hate it. I am just afraid of what possible things that might happen during the construction. Some part of me envy those who only have to face the computers, paper works or sell goods their entire career for the fear of being involved in a construction site accident is diminished to them. But still, there’s no guarantee that your office can keep you safe and sound forever.

From what I’ve heard, structured settlements will be of much help especially during tough times like this. I think it’ll be helpful to everyone and is trusted by many people.

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  1. Exactly. We once visited a site which still had a wooden ladder as the main stairs. Going up was easy but I was a mess going down. Narealize ko dun kung bakit mostly boys and mga civil. 😛

    1. Lucky for us here, steel ladders ang gamit. Pero 7 floors ang binababaan namin. 😀

  2. Whoa 😮 One reason why I didn’t feel like taking up engineering was because I didn’t feel like I could handle the responsibility. :))

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