Don’t Ignore Obvious Safety Hazards (2/7)

That little piece of rug, just begging to trip someone. A light fixture that looks like it could fall. A spill on the cafeteria floor. If you see something that might result in an injury (even a minor one), report it to your safety supervisor at once – or better yet, take care of it yourself. Your co-workers will thank you. Sometimes, the best safety practices are the ones that eliminate hazards from becoming serious in the first place. Take this tip to heart – become pro-active with safety, starting with you!

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