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|Safety First:discuss by jdsage(m): 5:29pm On Dec 22, 2012|
How has upholding the stand "SAFETY FIRST "affected your life/person either in your family or place of work.
I hope your story would change someone for the better.
|Re: Safety First:discuss by Mynd44: 7:02am On Dec 23, 2012|
As the name implies, safety first na.
I had my IT in a production company who always put safety in front of any other thing. Even above profit but they needed to paint at some point and so called in a separate company to do the painting whose rules on safety was different. Naturally, with the plant, if you are worling on a ladder, one person should hold it at the base while someone is one it but in a bid to reduce workers, the painters just got on their ladders and went painting.
To cut the story short, one painter fell into the fans of the power generating plant and got shedded to bits.
|Re: Safety First:discuss by jdsage(m): 1:50pm On Dec 27, 2012|
Mynd_44 Thanks for sharing dat with us we appreciate
|Re: Safety First:discuss by Greatken007(m): 10:01am On Dec 28, 2012|
As a safety professional i dont go for Safety first any longer,it is nw SAFETY ALWAYS,we consider safety in every step nt just d 1st bt all aspect
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