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TOOLBOX TALK 18/60: Your chances of being injured

An unsafe or careless worker has a much greater “chance” of being involved in accidents than a safe worker.
The percentage of probability is determined by the amount of exposure to safety hazards.
For example, a worker shutting down a motor before maintenance or wearing a hard hat has a
much greater chance of not being injured.

 

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