SHA includes slips, trips, and falls from heights within this group. Lack of even surfaces as well as failure to use fall protection equipment can result in falls. Slips and trips are often caused by leaks, spills or improperly placed objects. Prevention of Falls: Ensure the workplace is clutter-free, clean, and adequately lighting. Use safety procedures on ladders and instruct everyone on these rules. ensure that employees wear footwear with enough traction. Make sure to use 3 contact points in the taking off and remounting of equipment Use suitable fall equipment like the safety nets, guardrails or fall-absorbing systems. Falls could result in ear damage. In the event of experiencing a fall, see your expert in ear care for a comprehensive exam. Being struck by an object
OSHA defines this as a collision between an object an item or piece of equipment, and a person. Also, it is the result of getting struck by falling materials or a machine. To reduce the risk of this happening employees must wear personal protection equipment. To protect themselves from potential hazards work areas should be marked appropriately. Also, take precautionary measures such as:Making sure that materials are stacked correctly in order to avoid being able to avoid falling or sliding objects. employees from staying between fixed and moving objects. keeping a safe distance away from the lifted or suspended loads. Secure items and tools properly in order to keep them from falling Do not drive with reverse when there is an obstruction to view that a reverse alarm is operating and is functioning properly on all mobile devices Electrocution
Electrocution is a risk to cause burns or damaged nerves as well the possibility of heart arrest. OSHA law requires appropriate design and application of electronic devices, which includes safety requirements, adequate insulation and electric safety gadgets. To decrease the risk of electrocution.