Mark Antony, Founder Of Demolition News .com
This is the result of a Conversation between Mark Antony and Mavis. It shows her dedication and vigilant approach to Safety.
Mark I do love all your work and watch all you videos but I do worry about all the dust that blows over the workers even your son as he films, does your son wear a mask. But keep up the great work you do x (edited)
https://anchor.fm/…/episod…/Demolition-News-Radio-147-e2khi9 I love it thank you Mark Im so pleased I spoke up today. I have wanted to say it for a long time but today you shared that your son was the camera man and In all my presentations is about protecting young lungs so that they stay healthy through to their old age. Just as we retired I found I couldnt breath and then I had a death sentence put on me of 3 months. Ok we all know we die but its a shock when your told when that day will be. So if I have saved one person Im happy today xx
Oh Mark I thought you would be cross with me for my question and instead You are heeding what I ask Of coarse you can use the conversation you have always asked how we could work together I think we have just found a way bless you keep yourself and son safe Silicosis is just one of the things but asbestos cement is also present and cough cough !! If you buy Sundstrom the send a % to my Mavis Nye Foundation xxx (edited)
Quite possibly the first time in 53 years that I have appreciated being told off! Off to make a coffee and will then get started on the script for the podcast. Work can wait on this occasion.
Well I have to say Mavis, your comment hit me like a punch when I read it this morning. And it hit me because, in a good many instances, neither I nor my son wear a mask while filming and photographing. We always do when we're inside and since my whack on the head a few years ago,, we now tend to film from a long way back. But the truth is that I do not actually practice what I preach. Ironically, since my son started accompanying me to sites, I have become much more conscious of the potential hazards and dangers from moving equipment and falling debris. But the issue of dust is something I have given very little thought, even though I know I/we should. I feel such a berk that - if it's OK with you - I may use this conversation as the basis of a podcast....just as soon as I have ordered a couple of new masks!
Now play the Podcast.