Industrial and Environmental Applns of Direct and Large-Eddy by S. Biringen, et al.,

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Explain the correct use, the correct body position, and the correct method of shutting down the machine. Volunteer Workers Need to Repeat the Demonstration Repeat the demonstrations with volunteers until the task is completed correctly and safely. The following tips can help train workers with limited English skills. PREVENT SERIOUS INJURIES TO YOUR SPANISH-SPEAKING EMPLOYEES - 37 ƒ Observe the volunteers carefully as they repeat the demonstration. ƒ If the first volunteer does the job correctly the first time he or she attempts the task, congratulate him or her and ask another volunteer to repeat the demonstration.

Adequately shore or brace structures until permanent supporting elements are in place or concrete has been tested to ensure sufficient strength. • Only allow those who are essential to and actively engaged in construction or lifting operations to enter the work area. • Take measures to prevent unrolled wire mesh from recoiling, such as securing each end or turning the roll over. • Do not load lifting devices beyond their capacity. • Use automatic holding devices to support forms in case a lifting mechanism fails.

This is also true for employers whose work involves exposure to lead. 62). 61, each employer who receives a package of hazardous material that is required to be marked, labeled, or placarded in compliance with the Department of Transportation’s (DOT) Hazardous Materials Regulations (49 CFR Parts 171 through 180) must keep those markings, labels, and placards on the package until the packaging is sufficiently cleaned of residue to remove any potential hazards. The markings, placards, and labels must be maintained in a manner that ensures that they are readily visible.

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