1. OSHA-Approved Safety Plan OSHA will work with your safety team to ensure that your plan meets your company’s needs.

2. Be Aware Always be aware of your surroundings. Be observant. Look for things that may be out of place. If you see something that may pose a risk, no matter how small, take a few minutes and correct the problem.

3. Proper Lifting Techniques Lifting while on the job is one of the riskiest tasks you can take on. Make sure that every employee has a weight belt and gloves that will allow them to grasp and lift any item as safely as possible. 

4. Safety Training Classes Safety training classes teach techniques for maintaining a safe work environment. It’s important to know what to do if an employee is injured while performing their duties.

5. Be Proactive: Prevent Accidents Before They Happen One of the best things you can do to keep your workplace safe is to be proactive. Being proactive also includes implementing or adjusting safety protocols and practices as needed.

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