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May 17, 2006

Attention all high income professionals on the King's List

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"The King of Let 'em Come to You"

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Posted by john at 04:29 PM

The day I almost died

Hey guys,

I want to tell you a personal story today, one that may just save your life. This is something that happened many years ago when I worked in the oilfield in Michigan, and the lessons from that day have served me well ever since.

I vividly remember that day, and I always will--it was the closest I ever came to death, and the reason was due to stupidity, incompetence, and indifference on people I was relying on.

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I was working for a company called Atlas Wireline, and what we did was work on existing oil wells. We had measurement tools we'd lower into the well hole with a winch that ran from the back of the truck, and occasionally we'd lower explosives into the hole to "perforate"--meaning punch holes in the side of the well so oil would flow into it.

On this day we'd been sent to do a job for Morton Salt--they wanted us to see if any water was seeping into their salt mines. The job site was close to Manistee, Michigan, out in the country, and it really was a beautiful place.

Morton Salt had well heads on top of their salt mines, so what we had to do was uncap the well head, and, using a big crane, lower a monstrous steel attachment to it so we could lower our tools into the hole. This was standard procedure on just about any job for us.

On the second well head, after we'd finished our run, we were removing the attachment from the well head to put back on our flat bed truck, to move to the third and final well head. The way it's supposed to work is a crane operator attaches a hook to the big steel attachment, slowly raises it using the crane, then moves it over to a flat bed truck where one of us guides it to the bed, as the operator slowly lowers it.

As often happens, the crane operator was trying to get the job done as fast as possible--in the oil field time is money, so the faster you can get things done the better. This idiotic culture leads to a lot of accidents (which cost way more money than any that is ever saved), but it persists to this day.

After one of the hands attached the crane's hook to the attachment, the operator began to raise it--but he did so too fast. Worse, not only did the attachment (which probably weighed 1.5 tons) come up too fast, it also started to swing on the hook when the crane operator moved it towards the truck.

Guess who was on the flatbed truck, ready to guide the attachment to it's proper position? Me- -and when I looked at the thing swinging like crazy on the crane hook, I noticed something: the hook had no safety catch. This was in violation of every damn regulation in the book, but like lots of things in the oilfield safety regulations were often ignored.

The idiot crane operator, oblivious to what was happening started moving the attachment towards the flatbed truck... and me. I was staring at 1.5 tons of steel coming straight towards me, swinging like crazy, with no safety catch to keep it from coming off the hook.

Now, if the safety catch had been on, it would have been no big deal--we just would have waited for the attachment to stop swinging, lowered it to the flatbed, secured it and gone about our business. But because the safety catch was not on the hook, there was a real chance that the attachment could swing off--and land on ME.

As the attachment got closer to me, I noticed the swinging was getting worse, not better. I had a sudden intuition that if I didn't jump back, that thing was going to come off and land where I was.

Sure enough, that's what happened. I watched 1.5 tons of steel suddenly jump off the hook, hang in the air for a split second, then plummet to where I was... or rather, had been. Luckily, I'd followed my intuition and jumped back--if I hadn't, the attachment would have cut my foot in two (the steel toed boots I was wearing were no protection against that much weight), and I would have bled to death in the middle of the country, with two bumbling oilfield workers looking on, wondering how to cover their sorry butts.

I was furious. Even though I wasn't in charge (I was a new hire, just learning the ropes), I delivered a royal butt chewing to the two idiots I was with. What happened next was interesting.

They looked at the hook, said, "yep, you're right, there's no safety catch, wonder how that happened," then went right back to work, using faulty tools to finish the job. When we got back, I reported it to the manager who said, "wonder how that could have happened?" And he did absolutely nothing to fix the problem--the hook without a safety catch continued to see use.

A few weeks later I left- I had no use for such incompetence, stupidity, and lack of leadership. Had this happened in the Navy, the manager would have been court martialed, and the two hands would have faced at the very least "non judicial punishment" leading to a reduction in rank, at the very least. Prison time would have been a possibility as well.

What lessons are there for you to learn from this story? One: always verify things for yourself, especially things that can come back to haunt you. After that incident, I always conducted my own personal safety inspection, and refused to work with unsafe equipment. Two: get rid of people in your life who are incompetent, lazy, and stupid--they will eventually hurt you. If you're in an organization that promotes this culture, get out, now. Three: no matter your position, demand excellence from those around you. If they refuse to step up to the plate, find others who will.

These lessons have served me well since that incident. I've surrounded myself with men and women who are highly competent (mostly), and strive for excellence. This has allowed me the time to focus on relationships, and bring any woman I attract into a healthy environment. Learn them from me, and you can do the same.

On with the fun--

-John Alanis
The King of Let 'em Come to You

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Posted by john at 10:34 AM