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Job/Task Planning

Do your employees understand how to safely and properly plan their work?  As we investigate good catches, near misses, incidents and accidents, one of the common contributing factors is lack of proper planning.  When planning is overlooked, safety, quality, and production will not succeed efficiently and effectively.  There are numerous safety planning resources, but they only work when properly implemented.  The more employees who are trained to competently utilize the planning program the more successful they will be at completing their work in a safe and timely manner.  When is the last time you trained your employees on your job/ task planning program?  Do they understand the benefits of proper implementation?  Don’t devalue proper job/task planning.  If you need support or help developing a job/task planning program or training and motivating employees to implement planning policies you already have in place, give us a call today.  

Weekly Safety Tips

Weekly Safety Tip – OSHA Approved Safety Glasses

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Weekly Safety Tip – Severe Weather Preparedness

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Weekly Safety Tip – Head Protection

 

Head Protection

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Weekly Safety Tip – Reflective Clothing

reflective clothing

This Nike ad is a perfect example of properly utilizing clothing to your advantage for safe walking, running, biking, or any other evening/night activity.  It’s never too early in the day to choose bright or reflective attire for your workout.  Stay safe!

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Weekly Safety Tip – Bloodborne Pathogens

bloodborne pathogens

Tend to open wounds immediately.  Bloodborne pathogens carry diseases and spread infection.  Wear gloves to cover cuts and scrapes with antibiotic ointment and a clean, dry bandage. Stay safe!

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Weekly Safety Tip – Electronics

Cell-phone-bathtub

Water and electronics DO NOT mix, especially when there is a person in between. From hairdryers and straightness on the bathroom counter and using your cell phone in the tub to power tools plugged into outdoor outlets after it’s rained and taking a shower during a thunderstorm, avoid the combination at all costs! Stay safe!

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Weekly Safety Tip – Cleaners and Abrasives

GlovesAlways remember to wear the proper protective gear when working with cleaners and abrasives.  Simple equipment such as rubber gloves and surgical masks can prevent long term damage to your body inside and out.  Stay safe!

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Weekly Safety Tip – Signage

Signage is present for a purpose!  Too many needless accidents take place in the home and workplace every day because of ignored labels and signs.  Heed warnings, obey cautions, and stay safe!

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