How electricians’ hard hats helped save America’s electricity

Posted August 10, 2018 11:03:56 When I first got the chance to work in a nuclear power plant, I thought I would never work there again.

I was wrong.

I have worked in a lot of nuclear plants around the world, and the best thing about working in a plant is you never have to worry about a meltdown.

I’ve been in reactors around the globe, and I know that they’re incredibly safe.

But my biggest fear was the prospect of working at a nuclear plant, a highly toxic and unsafe place.

A plant where people are dying and people are suffering.

I’m so thankful to have the opportunity to work at a plant that doesn’t have any of that.

That was a scary thought, but I’ve never felt so empowered.

I had a hard hat on at the time, but it really was a hard-hat.

I knew that I would need to be wearing one at all times.

But I didn’t think about it too much, and when I finally got to work, I felt more confident about it than I had at any point in my life.

I started out as a nuclear engineer, so I’m used to working in dangerous places.

But working in the nuclear power plants, you’re so far away from the people and the environment that you need to keep your head above water.

That’s when the gloves came off.

I took the gloves off, and my first thought was, I just want to do it because I love my job.

I got a job, and it was really rewarding to get to work every day.

I enjoyed it so much, I wanted to keep working there and doing my job for as long as I could.

I would have liked to stay for more than 20 years, but then the nuclear industry went through some bad times and I felt like I couldn’t stay forever.

So I went back to school and got a degree in mechanical engineering.

Then I moved to the United Kingdom, and worked in factories in the United States.

At first, I was doing a job for a major car manufacturer, and then I was getting a job at a large chemical company.

I also did some consulting work for a big company in China.

At one point, I even had a job as an apprentice electrician.

After working at these places for two years, I decided to get my own electrician’s license.

I loved the job, but one of the first things I realized was that it was a lot harder to work than I thought it would be.

So my first real career move was moving to Canada.

I did a bit of work in the industry, and a friend of mine in Alberta had the idea to bring me to Canada to start my electrician training program.

It was such a good idea that I ended up working with a couple of apprentices in Toronto, and that’s how I started my training program in the summer of 2018.

That first summer, I spent a couple weeks at the Toronto Electricians Association (TEA), and it wasn’t until the summer after that that I started working full-time.

I moved up to the president of the Toronto Electricity Cooperative Association (TECA), where I would train people to become electricians.

The first couple years were a lot more demanding than I was used to, but by the time I started to work full-timers, it was such an amazing experience.

You learn to work with people on a daily basis, and you get to experience the environment.

The training is all in English, so there are lots of challenges and things you have to work through that aren’t really covered in other schools.

But it’s very hands-on.

I learned so much about the industry from working with electricians from the other countries.

I realized that there were a bunch of things I had never really seen in other countries, and now that I had an understanding of how electricians work, it taught me things I didn