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    Mr. (Name) has demonstrated the number 1 rule to fire watching “keeping his hot worker safe” . Even though the employee sustained a leg burn, Mr. (Name) has prevented a situation that could of turn far worse. Mr. (Name) is being recognized for his actions and for his attentiveness as being the employee’s fire watch. Job Well Done!



    I have taken out the name for identity purposes.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sabino23 View Post
    Mr. (Name) has demonstrated the number 1 rule to fire watching “keeping his hot worker safe” . Even though the employee sustained a leg burn, Mr. (Name) has prevented a situation that could of turn far worse. Mr. (Name) is being recognized for his actions and for his attentiveness as being the employee’s fire watch. Job Well Done!



    I have taken out the name for identity purposes.
    Mr. (Name) has demonstrated the number 1 rule of fire watching “keeping his hot worker safe” . Even though the employee sustained a leg burn, Mr. (Name) prevented a situation that could have been far worse. Mr. (Name) is being recognized for his actions and for his attentiveness at being the employee’s fire watch. Job Well Done!

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    Is this a site to learn better techniques in writing English. I have been to college, but I still have problems using words (has, have, ed vs. ings, etc). Do you have any advice that you could give me? Also, is this a site for proof reading? I do not want to violate any rules that you have established. Thank you!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sabino23 View Post
    Is this a site to learn better techniques in writing English. I have been to college, but I still have problems using words (has, have, ed vs. ings, etc). Do you have any advice that you could give me? Also, is this a site for proof reading? I do not want to violate any rules that you have established. Thank you!
    If you need help with the English language, you can ask for it here. Then it's up to the members to answer your questions if they can and if they choose to, in practise, most questions get answered.

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