The Electrical Safety Foundation International (ESFI) has introduced several resources aimed at workers in "occupations that traditionally receive little to no electrical training."
This information is useful for landscapers, roofers, welders, plumbers, truck drivers, and heating, ventilating and air conditioning technicians. According to ESFI, these workers make up 64% of workplace electrical fatalities.
ESFI offers videos and info graphics covering pre-work preparations, worker qualifications, electrical competency limits and overhead power line safety, among other topics to prevent these avoidable tragedies.
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According to DPS, there are roughly 1,000 debris-related crashes throughout Arizona each year. State officials want to educate the public with the third-annual "Secure Your Load" day in our state to help prevent these avoidable accidents.
State officials want the public to know that road debris does warrant a call to 911. If you see debris on the freeway and it is considered an emergency, do not hesitate to contact officials.
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From sharp edges to falling objects, workplaces contain hazards. To protect your employees, it's important to place a control or barrier between the employee and the hazard.
With safety equipment in mind, the workplace can create many hazards for your hands, whether from chemicals, cuts or burns. Employers should should distribute personal protective equipment (PPE) to minimize exposure to hazards.
No single glove can provide appropriate protection for every work situation, so it is important to assess the risk for each task and select a glove that provides specialized protection.
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