Who is responsible for your safety on the job? Is it the government, the company, your boss or the other members of the crew? Actually, all of them have a responsibility for your safety. Ultimately, the responsibility is yours. Just because you have been doing a job for years does not make you safe. Taking responsibility for your own safety is a full-time job. Here are a few tips on how to do it:
You can do a lot to keep your fellow workers safe, and they can do a lot for you. But in the end, you are responsible for your own safety.
Dangerous Thoughts: Do You Ever Think This Way?
If this is you, you are setting yourself up for an accident!
The above thoughts are the kind that can lead to accidents and injuries to ourselves and other people. Try making safety a habit and applying it at all times. Make sure you have checked all safety aspects before proceeding with a job.
Take hold of safety before an accident takes hold of you!
Remember safety starts with you!