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Travel Driving Safety   GPS challenge of the week…Traveling for Turkey Day?  Grandma is waiting!  According to Injury Facts 2017, 386 people died on Thanksgiving Day in 2015. Alcohol-impaired fatalities represented about 1/3 of these accidents. Use a designated driver. Make sure everyone in the vehicle buckles up. Put the cell phone away. If you… Read more »

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Think Before You Act   GPS challenge of the week…Think before you act! STOP, THINK, ACT! Before starting any task, be sure that you know the correct procedure to complete the job, have the correct PPE and understand the hazards associated with the job. STOP, THINK, ACT! If you experience or see a safety concern… Read more »

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GPS Safety Hotline   GPS wants its employees to go home to their loved ones in the same condition they came to work. Examine the situation, consider all the outcomes, then proceed with your task. If you experience or see a safety concern on your assignment, please contact our GPS Safety Hotline at 803-760-1441 or… Read more »

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Fire Safety   GPS challenge of the week…Fire Safety! General workplace fire safety do’s and don’ts: Make sure all walkways are kept clear. Sweep up scraps of paper. Empty trash. Do not use open flames. Participate in fire drills: Evacuate safely. Do not use equipment that delivers mild electrical shock or gives off an unusual… Read more »

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Hand Safety   GPS challenge of the week…Hand Safety!  Keep your fingers and hands safe!  Three types of hazards can cause hand injuries: Mechanical Hazards – these are situations where hands and fingers can get caught, pinched, crushed or severed in chains, rollers, gears, or other moving parts. Objects could fall on your hands. Or, your… Read more »

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Getting into the interview phase is often such a struggle that you may feel like you need to take any job offer that comes your way. In practice, though, a bad job can prove even more disastrous than waiting a little longer for another option. Keep reading to learn some red flags to watch for when interviewing.  Your… Read more »