10 Safety Signs to Spot on a Plant Walkthrough

August 2015
Professional Safety;Aug2015, Vol. 60 Issue 8, p21
Academic Journal
The article discusses factors to be considered during common safety exercise or plant walkthroughs including reliable light sources for an authorized exit, availability of first-aid supplies and issuance of warning for confined spaces to ensure employees' safety.


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