Pros: developed craft
Cons: poor mangement
A typical day at work would include obtaining permits, filling out the JSA, working on the task at hand, maintaining the work area, and working safely. I have had the opportunity to get maximum hands on experience. The upper echelon seems to perpetuate the notation of "do the bare minimum". 90% of the workers are some of the laziest and least motivated people I have ever had the chance to work with, which is why I was able to get a lot of hands on, most of which was trial by fire. The hardest part of the job was getting someone that was willing to help me learn task which I was inexperienced with. The most enjoyable part of the is going home.