“Three points of contact are needed when climbing a ladder. Always stretch before climbing, and have someone supervise.” Every worker ever:
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don’t have a jack?, just use the back hoe..
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Power switch broke? Hard-wire it on, use the emergency stop.
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April 8, 1920 - The Chicago Post Office has adopted roller skates for its clerks as they enable them to work more rapidly, thereby saving valuable time. Totally by coincidence 1920 saw a surge in workplace injuries in 1920
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Essential?
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Harness? Edge protection? Why bother!
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Nothing to see here. Move along.
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Please use another exit
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All you need is boots and a hard hat on a ladder.
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Suspiciously placed extension cord and hose
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Shop dog says always wear your safety glasses in the fabrication warehouse
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Safety First is Safety Always!
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Just started working at the local supermarket..
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Our building fire safety plan...
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Is this osha safe?
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Electric fence is ready to be turned on whenever you want boss.
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I got written up for moving this
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As per CDC guidelines, does this technically count as PPE?
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One of the many interesting things I’ve found in labs as a haz waste technician. For reference you are supposed to dispose of peroxide formers within 6 months of opening.
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Who needs toes
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I’m sure that’s close enough to 36”. It’s fine.
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"Please do not block electrical panel. Must be kept clear at all times."
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Sider built this beauty the other day and we just found it
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Batteries needed more water
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Proper fall protection
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I think the light is supposed to be green, right?
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A chain is only as strong as it's weakest link
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"Boss man said the crane was in dire need of an upgrade. I took care of it and saved the company tens of thousands of dollars." - sharpie guy, probably
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That's one way to do it
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The lift wouldn't go high enough on its own.
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