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Always Use Machines and Tools Properly
Anytime staff members are working with tools and equipment, it's vital they use them properly and never take
shortcuts. Shortcuts are one of the primary causes of injuries on the jobsite. For instance, employees shouldn't
use a scaffold as a ladder or one tool instead of another for a job. Using the right tools every time will reduce
the overall likelihood of injuries. You can also host continuing education courses as reminders about the
importance of safety. www.first2aid.com

Protect Your Back By Using the Correct Posture
Whether the work environment is an office or at an energy production plant, it's important employees protect
their back and use correct posture. Using correct posture means picking things up with the correct form and
avoiding twisting and stooping. If at all possible, the work area should be furnished with safety equipment and
ergonomically designed furniture.

Report Dangerous Conditions to Management
Anytime hazards exist or there are unsafe working conditions, management should be alerted immediately.
Although management is responsible for maintaining a safe work environment, it becomes infinitely more
difficult to achieve this goal if they are unaware of the danger. Safety is everyone's responsibility, and nonmanagement staff must report unsafe conditions to management for a solution.

Ensure All Workers Wear the Proper Safety Equipment
Failing to wear the right personal protective equipment (PPE) equipment for the job is one of the most common
culprits for serious injuries and fatalities. The type of PPE should change based on the task and industry. For
instance, someone working in the space and defense industry would require different PPE than someone in field

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