Working at a dock where products come in is not an easy work. I have been a dock worker the past year for a dock that moves heating and cooling units to regular warehouses. The heating and cooling units come from all parts of the country, and it is our job to transport those 2 ton things from the dock into the loading section for trucks to pick up the heating and cooling systems for the building. I actually a single time in the start threw my back out from trying to load a single of these heavy heating and cooling systems onto a dolly with 3 of my workers. I had to leave for the day and was off from job for 2 weeks while I reclaimed. Heating, Ventilation, and A/C systems are the only thing in my part of the dock that come in, so moving these things is all I do. The job is getting to be quite a strain and I suppose I am going to be quitting genuinely soon and finding another job. As funny as it sounds, I had been thinking about becoming a heating and cooling specialist! You would suppose that after a single of these Heating, Ventilation, and A/C systems nearly broke my back, that I would want nothing to do with the Heating, Ventilation, and A/C industry. However, heating and cooling has constantly been something i’ve been interested in since I was a teenager. That is actually how I ended up now working on this loading dock in the first site. I thought the job was part of the heating and cooling industry and would be a way to job myself up to an Heating, Ventilation, and A/C specialist. But boy oh boy was I wrong! I stuck it out though, however the end is near…for sure!