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In the past I think it was quite common to go out for the odd day. I hear there was a lot of abuse of privelages that took place though, i.e. guys leaving the hanger before the a/c were ready to go in the morning just so that they could get ready to go skiing. Also, being last off the hill and late to the hanger for the afternoon D.I. was never good either.


In addition to this, I am sure that companies had/have concerns about employer/employee liability not to mention the down time if you get injured.


This is what I have been told about skiing on days off or while not required for other duties.


Hope this helps. :rolleyes:



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Thanks guys, something to look forward to. What better way to enjoy your job, knowing that when the work is done the snow is waiting.




Pounded some runs yesterday afternoon while my machine was out for the day.

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