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Toolbox: Off the job Safety

We do all we can to protect you on the job: post safety signs, erect guards and barricades, issue protective equipment, and make work areas as safe as possible. But off-the- job safety is up to you.

YOUR SAFETY OFF THE JOB, HOWEVER, IS IMPORTANT TO US

It’s not easy to replace good employees – even temporarily. So, when you get hurt, we suffer, too. And beside that, we hate to see anyone injured on the job or off.

DRIVING SAFELY IS ONE OF THE BEST WAYS TO KEEP FROM GETTING HURT

I know you’ve heard all the rules and regulations before. And I won’t repeat them. The easiest way to keep from getting hurt is to drive defensively at all times.

TAKE YOUR SAFETY PRACTICES HOME WITH YOU

You wouldn’t think of working without eye protection where it’s required on the job. So why go without it in your workshop?

DON’T OVERLOOK SAFETY DURING RECREATION EITHER

Did you ever notice how many injuries happen when people are skiing, playing tennis or relaxing with a little backyard baseball? Don’t overdo it when it comes to recreation.

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