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List hazards on site

Safety Discussion

  • STF Injuries

    Sprains and Strains
    Bruises and Contusions
    Abrasions and Lacerations

    Typical Injury Sites

    Knee, ankle or foot
    Wrist or elbow
    Back or shoulder

  • SLIP - too little friction or traction between feet and walking or working surface, resulting in loss of balance.

  • TRIP - Foot or lower leg hits object and upper body continues moving, resulting in loss of balance.
    -Stepping down to lower surface and losing balance.

  • FALL - occurs when too far off center of balance
    Two types:
    1. Fall at same level
    2. Fall to lower level

  • Ways to Prevent Slips, Trips and Falls

    1. Where possible, avoid walking on wet/slippery surfaces; wipe off the bottom of wet footwear.
    2. Use flashlights or helmet lights to stay clear of holes or floor openings, wet or slippery surfaces, and debris or equipment.
    3. Do not step on any surface until you have visually inspected it to ensure there are no holes or weak spots and that it can support workers and their equipment.
    4. Never carry equipment or loads in your hands when climbing ladders.
    5. Wear backpacks and tool belts to hold equipment and keep both hands free.
    6. Use fall protection when walking or performing emergency response activities near unprotected edges of elevated surfaces.
    7. Use communication devices, particularly hands-free devices, for contacting employers/incident commanders and other workers about slip, trip and fall hazards.

Follow Up Questions

  • Do all employees fully understand slip, trip and falling hazards, and the preventive measures?

  • Are there factors which can cause accidents to happen?

  • List the factors observed

  • Are there recent accidents occurred?

  • Are there any other concerns?

  • Other concerns


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