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Safe Lifting

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Unsafe lifting leads to thousands of injuries every year. While these injuries are rarely fatal, many result in time away from work and chronic pain. The good news is many of these accidents can be avoided by practicing safe lifting habits and using proper lifting aids and tools.

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Situational Awareness

Situational-Awareness
Have you ever driven to work and not remembered a thing about how you got there? Or maybe walked to the cafeteria to grab a cup of coffee and "zoned out" the entire way?

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Hazard Recognition and Assessment

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A hazard is defined as a chance; a chance of being injured or harmed by a possible source of danger. Jobsites are filled with many different hazards- whether it's the task you are performing, task others are performing around you, equipment, chemicals, heat sources, or weather conditions. Hazards should be recognized and eliminated through engineering controls, administrative controls, and as a last resort, personal protective equipment.

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Caught-on or -Between Hazards

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According to OSHA, caught-on or -between hazards collectively is one of the four deadliest dangers found on a construction site, and one of the biggest hazards for workers in industrial processing as far as unguarded machines and equipment. Workers' fingers, arms, hair, and other body parts as well as protective clothing can be caught or entangled in unguarded machine parts or equipment, which is known as a caught-in or -between hazard.

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