Moran Environmental Recovery

March 2013


March Safety Brief

Monday, March 4, 2013

Note from Leanne:

Being safe (contrary to popular belief) is not just about having common sense, though you do have to use some common sense in order to be safe. Being safe requires an individual to pay attention to everything: our actions, the actions of the people around us, the equipment that we use; ultimately, it’s a full-time job. There are times when being safe is something anyone can do, regardless of their experience, their knowledge etc. But when we’re exposed to a hazard that’s beyond our expertise, we should stop what we’re doing, and get the experts involved. Sometimes the experts are the supervisors or the managers at a Resource Center. Sometimes the experts are on the Safety Team. And sometimes, the experts are not MER employees at all. Being safe is about knowing our limits and getting help when we reach those limits.

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