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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.

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Don’t let a spill ruin your, or your coworker’s, day. Safely clean up spills right away or mark the area to warn others and report the spill to your supervisor.

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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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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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Break up repetitive work with non-repetitive tasks to give your muscles a rest.

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ALWAYS report accidents and defective equipment immediately.  

HW Staffing Cares

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HW Cares is proud to support this great cause and fundraising opportunity. Team Mony Mony was created for a very special person who was diagnosed 3 years ago, with a type of cancer called, Multiple Myeloma. She is still doing great due to a new treatment plan that includes a medicine that approved in 2015,… Read more »

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Test the weight of a box before lifting, carrying and placing it; an awkward or heavy load can slip and injure your feet or hands.

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Look ahead, down, and around, focus on where you are going. Avoid slippery areas or obstructions in your path.

Avoid Adding These Things to Your Resume

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Of course, you’d never include lies or false information on your resume, and you always try your absolute best to avoid making grammatical and spelling mistakes. Those are obvious. Here is a list of other items to omit from your resume. Personal information Don’t include your age, sexual orientation, political views or even hobbies. You… Read more »