Everybody has to work, but not all jobs are created equally. Many people work jobs that are particularly intense or dangerous in one way or another. For these individuals, training and equipment mean everything. Knowing how to do the job correctly can help you avoid injury, but having the proper tools on hand could also mean the difference between success and failure, or life and death. If you work a seriously demanding job, here are some tools that you might find to be extremely useful depending on what it is you do.
1. Reliable Firearm
Guns are necessary tools for a wide variety of career types. Soldiers, cops and security guards need them to defend their own lives and the lives of innocents. Hunters, trackers and safari guides need guns for protection and killing game. Regardless of the job type, individuals who use guns on the job expect them to work every time the trigger is pulled. When seconds count, a failing gun can result in absolute disaster.
2. Precision Knife
Chefs at established restaurants have some of the most demanding jobs on the planet. They must consistently dish out delicious cuisines while ensuring that presentation is top notch. Transforming ingredients into edible art requires a steady hand and a very sharp knife. Sushi chefs, for example, must slice fish in very precise ways. They must also sometimes break down and filet their own fish. Other chefs cut veggies, fruit and even meat into amazing works of art for garnish or eating.
3. Heavy-Duty Light
Jobs that require one to operate under low-light conditions can very hazardous because humans need light to see. Miners spend all day in dark, dirty tunnels that are hazards in and of themselves. A durable handheld light or headlamp is a must when traversing the tunnels. Setting up light fixtures at strategic points is also a wise and necessary safety precaution. But it’s not just miners who rely on quality lighting. Anyone from police officers to constructions workers depend on reliable lighting to do their jobs. You can find industrial lights at companies like SA Equip and others suitable for the jobs above and more.
4. Tattoo Machine
Being a tattoo artist takes serious skill. Tattoo artists are some of the most talented sketchers and painters around, but without a good tattoo machine, they’d be out of a job. These handheld devices use needles that force ink between the skin layers, and the ink-flow must be controlled and consistent for good results.
5. Industrial-Grade Hose
Firefighters aren’t expected to enter a burning building without lots or training, fire-resistant apparel and a quality fire hose. A quality hose is very durable and capable of propelling large amounts of water at very high pressures. Industrial hoses aren’t just useful for firefighters but miners as well. The water can be used to flush out debris from tunnels or even for breaking away brittle rock walls to uncover what’s underneath.
These serious tools are highly valued by the professionals who use them, but any tool used on any job can be crucial to the success of your work. In that sense, serious tools are those that serve an important purpose. However, they must also be able to take some abuse while still functioning reliably.
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