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Safety is no accident - work at height

Graham Marshall - Tuesday, May 31, 2011
Over the next few days I'm posting links to some provocative OSHA safety adverts.

They make the good point that accidents don't just happen.

In every workplace, there are always hazards and associated triggering mechanisms that need to be properly identified and controlled.

Click here to see the fourth advert.

To manage hazards and triggers at your work place, always Think 6, Look 6.


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