The World’s Most Dangerous Job Is Absolute Insanity

If you think your job is tough, try having to climb over 1,700 feet just to start the work day.

When a transmission tower is in need of maintenance, these are the guy’s that have to make the climb to fix it. And yes… even if it’s the light bulb that needs changing.

The scariest part of the video is where OSHA rules allows for free climbing (no attachments) unless under certain conditions such as high wind. Crazy right?!

If your the least bit afraid of heights, the video at the end of this article will probably give you a heart attack.

That tiny skinny one on the left is what these guy’s will be climbing.

Both workers take an elevator ride up to about 1,600 feet, and from there the climb begins

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Once the top is reached, he has to go on the outside to make the secondary climb

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He makes the climb harness free…. only stopping at certain points to clip in and rest

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Still a long way to go

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Here’s the electrical box that powers the light

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Those barbed looking flowers are used to attract electrical charges in the air

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They then reach the base of the antenna… from there it’s another 60 foot climb.

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And up they go again

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Break time…..

Once at the top, the two workers stand on the tiny platform to change the light

Check out the entire climb

Here’s one captures using a drone

If you thought that was crazy. Check out the terrifying “Stairway to Heaven” in Hawaii.

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