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Parking rules Park where it’s safe and legal. Signs, curb markings and common sense will tell you if you are allowed to park. You should park where you are not blocking traffic and where others can clearly see you. If you park where you shouldn’t, you could be a hazard…
The statistics are as familiar as they are depressing. According to traffic police, an estimated many people died in alcohol-impaired traffic crashes . And a staggering 3 of 10 Ethiopians will be involved in an alcohol-related accident in their lives.
Here are some checks you can make in your home today to ensure electrical safety: Outlets Check for outlets that have loose-fitting plugs, which can overheat and lead to fire. Replace any missing or broken wall plates. Make sure there are safety covers on all unused outlets that are accessible…
Safety is the state of being "safe" (from French sauf), the condition of being protected against physical, social, spiritual, financial, political, emotional, occupational, psychological, educational or other types or consequences of failure, damage, error, accidents,harm or any other event which could be considered non-desirable.
Each year, there are thousands of injuries and triple-digit numbers of fatal accidents related to machine and equipment operation. A lot of these accidents involve the operator, but over half involve people on the ground - spotters, co-workers, laborers, shovel hands, passers-by and sidewalk superintendents who get too close.
Stairways and ladders are a major source of injuries and fatalities among construction workers. each year nearly 25,000 employees are injured and many die from the improper use of ladders. Nearly half of these injuries are serious enough to result in days away from work. These simple steps will help…
There are eight WHMIS hazard symbols. Employers must train workers to recognize these symbols and to know what they mean. Right click on your mouse to copy the hazard symbols to your clip board.
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