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The forklift is on the pedestrian pathway, increasing the chance of a collision.
If you see a dangerous situation while on the job, you have the right to speak up. It could save someone's life.
The propane cylinder is not clamped properly or aligned with the safety pin.
Your employer must provide training to help you recognize hazards on the job. If you haven't received training, ask for it.
The fire extinguisher is not fixed permanently - it could roll and hit the worker when the brake is applied.
Don't be afraid to speak up if you see something that doesn't look right.
The forklift operator is not wearing high visibility apparel and doesn't have eye contact with workers in the area.
Your employer is responsible for providing high visibility apparel and ensuring that forklift operators have training in the safe use of the equipment.
The operator's right hand is covering the back light preventing others from seeing it.
Proper training is your right. If you don’t get it, ask for it.
The missing left-side view mirror has not been replaced.
Your employer must provide equipment that is safe to use. If anything causes you concern, speak up.
The operator's left leg is improperly positioned.
This may seem like a small thing, but many incidents are caused by improper positioning within a vehicle. If something feels awkward, ask for help.
The operator is not wearing a seatbelt.
Even if travelling a short distance, a seatbelt can protect you from major accidents and injuries. You are required to properly use all required safety gear at work.
The coffee cup has been left unsecured.
Burns are preventable with proper safety precautions. If you're unsure about what's safe and what's not, ask your employer.
The operator is not wearing safety footwear.
Every year, warehouse workers report injuries related to broken toes. Ensure you have the proper safety gear.
The rear-view mirror is not adjusted properly.
No training? It's your right.
The walkie-talkie radio left on the front is unsecured.
Items shouldn't be loose in mobile equipment. If you’re ever unsure, ask your employer.
The load is raised while travelling, blocking the driver's vision and reducing stability.
Be sure you get proper vehicle and equipment training before you start your job; it's your right.
The hanging debris under the pallet is a hazard because it could get caught on something and cause an accident.
A safe work environment is your right. When you see a hazard, don’t be afraid to stop to correct the situation or get help.
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