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I Chose To Look The Other Way: Three Stories Of Workplace Safety – E1418E

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Steve says there are only a few good reasons for letting somebody be in harm’s way.
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Michael says he agreed to let his crew skip wearing hardhats while traveling to and from the production area because he was trying to be their friend instead of their supervisor.
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Michael says that by looking the other way when it comes to safety rules, you are just increasing the chance of someone getting hurt.
4
Alvin and Jason were knocked off the platform when their co-worker holding the tagline tripped and pulled the pipe assembly into them.
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Steve didn’t say anything to Jonathan about the winder because he didn’t want to correct him in front of the hew hires.
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Michael’s supervisor required Michael and his co-workers to always wear hardhats.
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Jason said no one on the third shift wore PPE or fall protection because it wasn’t available.
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Michael said what made the scene worse when the I-beam struck Jeff in the head was that the forklift also ran over him while he was lying on the ground.
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Steve and Jonathan had worked at the mill for nearly 10 years when the incident that killed Jonathan occurred.
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Michael says he agreed to let his crew skip wearing hardhats while traveling to and from the production area because he was trying to be their friend instead of their supervisor
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While on the platform, Alvin had on his fall harness but didn’t connect his lanyard to anything.