July 4th safety is just as important as safety at work. Use your head, and follow these seven common sense tips for using fireworks.
In this podcast, Dan Clark reminds workers to follow safety procedures away from the jobsite, whether at the company picnic, while camping or at home.
Fire season has come early in many parts of the country. This year, be extra careful with flames and fireworks.
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Dan Clark: Fourth of July. Company picnic. Fireworks.
What could possibly go wrong??
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America’s birthday is here. Workers are off work. The company picnic. Coworker barbecue.
But don’t let your guard down. Be as conscientious about safety OFF the jobsite as you are ON.
2. Loud bangs? It’s okay to use hearing protection. We won’t scorn you.
3. Light just one firework at a time.
4. Never attempt to relight a dud.
5. Don’t throw or point a firework toward people, animals, homes, coworkers, managers or vehicles.
6. Don’t give fireworks to the really small children.
7. Just like you would for a campfire, keep a supply of water close by. Many parts of the country are in drought.
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That’s all for this episode, 7 Tips For July 4th Safety. Come back for more ways to stay safety compliant in today’s ever-changing landscape of safety requirements. I’m Dan Clark of The Safety Brief, a service of Creative Safety Supply. Save 10% off your entire order at creativesafetysupply.com with coupon code BIG10.
Happy Independence Day!