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When it comes to harmful substance exposure, workers pay the ultimate price: their life. OSHA estimates more than 800,000 workers in general industry and another 800,000 in construction are exposed to lead. Recently, sampling results from a Fraser Shipyards work site demonstrated the seriousness of lead and harmful substance exposure to the
Properly locking out machinery to complete tasks where sudden activation could be disastrous is challenging enough for one person. Add in a group of people who need to work together to complete complicated repairs or necessary servicing, and the stage is set for miscommunication or human error that can lead
Using an oversized lift on indoor worksites is sometimes like attacking a mosquito with a baseball bat. It’s impractical, unsafe and might do more damage than good. Low-level scissor lifts are ideal for indoor projects, such as electrical installation or drywall hanging, because they are easy to maneuver, have intuitive
Controlling the risks in the workplace As part of managing the health and safety of your business you must control the risks in your workplace. To do this you need to think about what might cause harm to people and decide whether you are taking reasonable steps to prevent that