Safety managers have a lot on their plate. Not only do fellow employees count on them, the family and friends of that worker also count on safety managers to make sure each employee goes home safe. As the old adage goes, “safety is everyone’s responsibility,” and a brush-up on health and safety tips may be in order. Unfortunately, a safety managers job becomes difficult as they are often dealing with non-complacent employees, a company culture that doesn’t value safety, production managers, and other facets of business that attempt to put proper safety on the back burner.

Designed as a safety training resource, this infographic visually explains the importance of mitigating hazards, preparing for the unexpected, keeping workers safe in emergencies and meeting OSHA requirements. These 10 tips are likely a refresher for important safety tenets such as performing a job hazard analysis, keeping workplaces neat and organized and keeping traffic flow safe with proper floor marking.

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