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Winter Walking – Safe Walking In Hazardous Conditions – SS1077IE (8 Min.)

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1
A slip resistant sole cannot help reduce a large number of potential slips and falls.
2
If you slip and fall you should try to use your hands or arms to break the fall.
3
You can reduce your risk of falling by being aware.
4
Evaluating all situations prior to moving will minimize your risk of a fall.
5
“Packed down” or “compressed” snow is most commonly found on:
6
If you are not sure which type of footwear is safe and approved for your job you should ask:
7
Once you enter a building there is no need to worry about slipping and falling due to snow outside.
8
Walking in melted, “slushy” snow is not as dangerous as walking in “packed down” snow.
9
Which of the following can greatly reduce your chance of a slip and fall?
10
When walking through intersections, you should be aware of vehicles. Their ability to stop may be compromised by the same slippery conditions.