can occur because of unlevel surfaces, the inability to use fall protection equipment and ladders not being used correctly due to uneven surfaces, improper dismounting, or hanging from the equipment. The majority of slips and falls are due to leaks or spills.
Tips to Avoid Falls Make sure the workplace is clutter-free, clean, and adequately lit Follow safety practices to use ladders. Train everyone on these rules. Wear shoes that have adequate traction. Use three point of contact during dismounting and mounting of equipment Use suitable fall equipment like barriers, safety nets as well as fall protection systems.. Falls may cause an ear injury. To conduct a thorough exam make sure to consult with an ear physician should you be involved in an accident.
OSHA define this as the collision of an object, an item or piece of equipment, against a person. The injury could also result from being hit with machinery or fallen objects. In order to avoid such accidents employees must wear the appropriate personal protection equipment. Additionally, workplaces must be appropriately marked in order to protect vulnerable areas. The other safety features are:
To prevent sliding or falling and sliding, ensure that materials are properly stacked. Encourage employees to stay separated from moving objects and fixed ones. Keep a safe distance away from suspended and lifted items. Use safety devices and tools to stop them from falling.
Electrocution can result in burns and nerve injury, as well as the possibility of cardiac arrest. OSHA guidelines require the proper electronic design, including adequate insulation and protection devices. To reduce the risk of electrocution use the necessary PPE and ensure your workers maintain a safe distance from electrically charged parts. Always de-energi