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Never climb warehouse storage racks.

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Know where the emergency eyewash stations and showers are located and how to use them.

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ALWAYS report accidents and defective equipment immediately.

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Watch where you are going and walk, don’t run, from one place to another.

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Maintain a 35-foot clearance from downed power lines because they may still be energized.

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Cold temperatures put an extra strain on your heart. Heavy exertion, such as snow shoveling, clearing debris or pushing a vehicle, increase your risk of a heart attack. To avoid over-exertion problems, remember these tips: Stay warm, dress warm and slow down

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Stay alert for possible hazards during each task you perform, particularly during the final stages of a job. Don’t let familiarity with the job site dull your hazard radar.

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Make sure all machine safety guards are in place at all times so that moving parts aren’t a danger to you and others working nearby.

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Never operate a piece of machinery until you have been trained on it and fully understand the safety procedures, including what to do in an emergency.

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Tips to Prevent Drinking and Driving. Choose a non-drinking designated driver if you’re consuming alcohol. Protect others by taking their keys if they attempt to drive after consuming alcohol.