Protect Your Hands - Safety Talks
Protect Your Hands - Safety Talks

Protect Your Hands now!!!

It is important to protect your hands when using tools. This can be done by wearing gloves and protective gear.

Gloves should be form-fitting, flexible, and made of cut-resistant and abrasion-resistant materials.

Your hands will do everything your brain tells them to do, so turn on your brain, slow it down first, and review the hazards of each task, no matter how long you’ve been doing your job or you’ve been doing the same.

How long have you been tasked at work, staying focused and following the four basic principles of hand safety? The first is pinch points ladder place.

Take care every time you pinch the second is proper gloves your hands can get cuts, burns, bruises and other injuries handling sharp materials can cause cuts using certain materials can cause scratches and skin.

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Cracks and hot surfaces can cause burns Metal splinters and wood get a work-friendly sheen.

Check your gloves before each use, for Protect Your Hands.

Gloves that fall apart or have rips or tears do not provide good protection

Machine Guards Machine guards prevent accidental contact with moving parts.

Do not take them off or bypass them.

Machine guards on portable equipment like lawn mowers and handsaws keep you from chopping off your fingers.

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For the same reason floor standing machines have guards and make sure they are properly locked before attempting any maintenance.

Do not wear metal jewelry such as rings, wedding bands or necklaces to work

A machine in normal everyday use. Know the general hazards in normal everyday use.

For example, do not pick up broken glass or sharp objects with your bare hands. Protect your hands when handling chemicals.

Do not sweep up wood chips, glass, metal shards, shavings or other related materials.

Remember, use your brain first and then Hands down, thanks for watching and have a safe day.

NOTE: Safety Talks are important HSE management tools, in addition, they have the function of instructing employees before starting their work activities.

IMPORTANT: The content is merely suggestive and designed for the reality of a theoretical service front. Thus, all Safety Talks are generic, so they must be adapted to the reality of the work fronts by the HSE professional (Safety, Environment and Health) or leaders of the company or sectors. The responsibility of the Safety Talks is exclusively the person who will be carrying out the dialogue on the work fronts!!!

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