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Happy 4th of July! This year the Potter’s will celebrate our nations independence by cooking out with family and friends. When the sun goes down we will all line up and watch the professional fireworks. In my younger days… Continue reading
Just the other day I was talking to a guy and after asking me what I do for a living, he told me about his friend who got hurt at work when Lockout / Tagout failed. I’m always interested when… Continue reading
If we understand that incidents lead to backing accidents, then we can prevent future accidents.
When a person backs into something with a vehicle the immediate reaction is excuse-making:
“That post shouldn’t be there anyway!”
“When I walked around the… Continue reading
This safety meeting topic includes a video to help understand the Alpha Numeric terms used in security and aviation to reduce errors when communicating information. Carl Potter will discuss the communication process using standard Alpha Numeric terms. Use the video… Continue reading
Should anyone fall into an operating meat grinder? No! We have developed standards over the years to keep workers from falling into grinders, mixers, and other hazardous equipment. But many companies don’t take the time to really follow the standards… Continue reading