How do you stop employees from breaking equipment? I mean careless accidents? We have had a hard time comming across decent laborers this year. So getting rid of all employees isnt a answer to our issue. Today a guy didn't feel like putting a blower up into its rack so he left it next to a mower on the trailer. In commute to another acount the mower shifter violently because he didn't tie it down either and it broke through 2 loops where the back straps are tied to. Not only that but the throttle trigger assembly was torn off of the tube. Last week another guy forgot to tighten the trimmer trap and 1 trimmer took a trip on the highway. Few weeks before they did the same thing only one side of the trap was closed and the engine of the trimmer popped out of the rack and onto the spinning trailer tire. Which ground right through the fuel tank on the trimmer. I could go on for an hour of damage this season from workers. As is they come and go so quickly due to lack of motivation or personal problems. What do you guys do to prevent damage to your equipment?