Wednesday, September 19, 2018

Behavior

Safety meetings related to personal decisions, behavior and safe attitude

Near Misses

How many times have you shrugged off a near miss? Never gave it a second thought? Next time, think twice. The difference between a near miss and an accident often is a fraction of a second or an inch. And when it happens again, that difference may not be there.

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Hurry Up Can Hurt

When we hurry on the job, we accomplish little, other than to increase our chances of an unsafe act happening. Let's look at some "hurry-up" acts. Which ones have you caught yourself doing?

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Horse Sense, Not Horseplay

Well, horseplay on the job is just as dangerous, and like the cases of the airplane and automobile, the person endangered isn't just the one that's horsing around. Other people are involved.

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