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TOOLBOX TALK 19/60: HORSEPLAY

You have probably seen your share of how some people try to get laughs and
attention by playing “jokes” on other workers. Unfortunately, these people can usually find a few workers, unwise enough to encourage
them.
Remind workers that safety hazards are present everyday on our jobs. Broken ladders,
hand tools in poor condition and flying objects are bad enough, but that the practical joker just
adds one more unnecessary hazard.

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