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STOP and Take 5 or Step back

Graham Marshall - Sunday, January 30, 2011
DupOnt call it STOP and others call it Step Back, 5 X 5 or Take 5. 

Call it what you want, basic hazard spotting is the most important safety tool available in the risk management tool box.

Knowing how to spot hazards using the Think 6, Look 6 hazard and risk management process is the key skill required by the whole workforce.

Today's safety "one per-center" is to get out of the office and do some hazard spotting.

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