Summer Safety Tips You Shouldn’t Ignore

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Perhaps one of the biggest safety concerns during the summer months is occupational heat exposure. Thousands of workers become sick from the heat every year, and some even die. Even if you’re not working outside, indoor spaces can become extremely hot if not air conditioned or ventilated properly. Here are seven tips you should use… Read more »

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If machine safety guards are removed due to maintenance activities, follow company energy control policies so that no one can get hurt due to accidental start up of the machine. When maintenance is finished, replace all the safety guards.

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Lift Safely! Always lift with your legs.

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Pay attention to what you are doing to avoid caught-in or crush injuries around machinery.

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Make sure your safety equipment is appropriate and functional. If you have any questions or need to report a safety issue contact your supervisor immediately.

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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. Have a happy and safe memorial weekend.

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Never twist your body when lifting items since this increases stressful forces on the back. Instead, pick up your feet and step into the right direction.

On-Premise Job Fair in Sutton, Ma

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For over 30 years, HW Staffing Solutions has provided employment opportunities and Staffing solutions to thousands of job seekers and employers throughout the Northeast. We are holding an On-premise job fair at our client AGS in Sutton Ma on June 7th between the hours of 1PM and 7PM. AGS provides its clients with innovative, high-quality,… Read more »

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To prevent stumbles and collisions, don’t use cell phones or text while walking up and down stairs or through hallways.

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Prevent injuries when using cutting tools to open boxes. Always cut away from yourself and immediately sheath the blade if you stop using the tool, even for a short period of time.