SAFETY MEETING. Protecting your hands!. RUNNING RIGHT. RUNNING RIGHT APPLIES TO EVERY TASK WE DO EVEN BASIC KNIFE SAFETY. Think before you begin a job ALWAYS Cut away from your body Do not use your knee pad as a cutting board. Wear gloves when cutting for a splice or belt
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Protecting your hands!
EVEN BASIC KNIFE SAFETY
Think before you begin a job
ALWAYS Cut away from your body
Do not use your knee pad as a cutting board.
Wear gloves when cutting for a splice or belt
Never walk with a knife open.
Know where the blade is at all times while cutting and where your free hand is positioned.
Use a sharp knife, not a dull one.
When cutting something overhead ALWAYS cut away from your body and make sure you have solid footing.
Use the proper tool for the job. Do not use a knife as a screw driver, etc.
Fifty three percent of knife injuries at Alpha Operations have occurred while
cutting belts or making cable splices. Do not get in a hurry when using a knife.
CLOSE BLADE BEFORE
USE A SHARP BLADE
THE BLADE TIP IS
8 in wrist, 19 in hand and fingers
Which would make 27
Now, consider this: H is the eighth letter of the alphabet, A is the first, N is the fourteenth, and D is the fourth.
Can you name a few?
Such as Carpal Tunnel…