For most of us, we have been doing our jobs long enough to know what the right way is to do something and what falls short to “good enough.”
When it comes to workplace safety “good enough” does not cut it. When addressing hazards, having this mindset will lead to exposure to risk that will eventually result in incidents and injuries occurring.
It is important to take the time to not only identify hazards but also taking the proper time and energy to mitigate them.
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