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The Incident Classification & Reporting form breaks down the requirements for the types of incidents to make it easier for supervisors to know how to classify an incident. Format: .doc
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We discuss some tips that will help your employee's drive safely in the winter months.
The biggest cause of falls from a vehicle is human error and failure to follow the “Three Point Rule”. The Three Point Rule requires three of four points of contact to be maintained with the...
Backing up incidents are at best an expensive incident. In the worst case, can end up being a fatality.
Please share these tips on how to back up safely.
Take four seconds before starting some new familiar task. This act of refocusing has been shown to reduce the probability of an injury incident by more than 90% versus not taking the four seconds. How...
This Safe Job Procedure is filled out with the steps, hazards and corrective actions for the task of 6 Yard Bin pick up, dumping and drop off. The safe job procedure contain the required information...
The seven hazards presented are by no means an exhaustive list – many other hazards may exist at your worksite and spotting them requires vigilance. Working at heights Poor Housekeeping Electrical- Extension cords Forklifts Lock...
The toolbox lists the best ways to verify that communication between all workers is understood.
We go through 9 steps that will help your employees put safety first: Lead by example Encourage interventions Make Employees Accountable, Including Supervisors & Management Get your employees involved Dedication to safety should be rewarded...
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