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Tips for Fire Prevention: Safety Topic - November 27, 2023
U.S. fire departments respond to nearly 2 million fires each year, with three-quarters of them occurring in residences. This week we will focus on 10 basic safety tips for preventing fires in your home and reducing the risk of injury should one occur.
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New Year's Safety: Safety Briefing - December 27, 2021
2021 has been challenging for many as we learn to live with COVID. Many are looking forward to ringing in the new year and filled with hope for better days to come. There are many different traditions for celebrating the incoming year but there are some common ones we will discuss this week along with ways to stay safe during these events. Wishing everyone a very happy and safe New Year!
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Christmas Safety: Safety Briefing - December 20, 2021
Christmas is a time to enjoy family, friends and the joy of the season. The best way to ensure happy holidays for yourself and your loved ones is to be aware of the common hazards associated with the season and some simple tips for avoiding these mishaps. Merry Christmas to all and to all a safe night!
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Powered Industrial Truck Safety: Safety Briefing - November 12, 2021
Powered Industrial Trucks (PIT) including forklifts and other powered material handling vehicles are extremely common in the workplace. In fact, they are so common that they often get taken for granted. However, when not handled properly these powerful machines can cause major damage to workers and the workplace. This week, we will cover the basics of powered industrial truck safety.
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Pinch Points: Safety Topics - (January) (2021) - week 2
This week we are going to discuss another common source of workplace injury, pinch points. The phrase, pinch point may not bring to mind a serious injury, however pinch points can create very severe injuries from crushed appendages or limbs to amputation. Let’s take a look at defining what pinch points are, how to identify them, common causes of injuries and how to avoid pinch points.
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New Years Safety: Safety Topics - December 2020 - week 4
2020 has been a particularly challenging year. Many are looking forward to ringing in the new year and filled with hope for better days to come. There are many different traditions for celebrating the incoming year but there are some common ones we will discuss this week along with ways to stay safe during these events. Wishing everyone a very happy and safe New Year!
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