• Always wear appropriate clothing and shoes respective to your job.
  • Always store your tools and gear in a cool, dry place.
  • Fire extinguishers must be available and readily attainable.
  • First aid kits must be available and readily attainable.
  • Never remove or tamper with safety
  • A hard hat will protect you if there’s a risk of falling objects, as well steel-toed boots.
  • Wear gloves if you’re handling sharp objects or toxic substances.
  • Wear goggles if your work poses a hazard to your eyes.
  • Wear safety harnesses if you’re working from an elevated location and there’s the risk of falling.
  • Wear non-skid footgear: If your workspace involves slippery or elevated surfaces or if you’re lifting heavy items
  • Wear a breathing mask at all times, especially if:
    – You deal with dangerous or toxic chemicals or fumes
    – Your workspace has poor ventilation
    – Your workspace has debris, dust, and other flying particles.
  • Wear the protective equipment that is intended and recommended for your particular task.
    – Seat belts
    – Safety glasses or goggles
    – Protective clothing, headgear, and/or footgear
    – Safety harnesses, etc.