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#FridayFail

Safety violations happen all the time, all over the world. 
On Fridays, we like to spotlight some crazy (and sometimes funny) safety violations. 
Follow us on FacebookTwitter and LinkedIn to see our latest violation every Friday.

Below is a collection of past #FridayFail violations, Don’t try these in your workplace!

 

That pallet is being held in with one strap...

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Don't conduct a sailing contest in your warehouse (or any industrial workplace)  

 

In case of fire, break ice.

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Source: Reddit.com/r/osha

 

The "proper" way to use a chipper...

facebook-ff-proper-chipper.jpg 

 

ALWAYS wear your hard hat! 

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Maybe you didn't need to put ALL of your supplies on the roof...

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We hope this fire extinguisher is out of service...

handrails-extinguisher.jpg

Source: reddit.com u/kubad313

 

Just because it may be to cold to use the eyewash station is no excuse. 

eye-wash-machine-hibernate.jpg

 

How many things can you find wrong in this picture?

no-ppe.jpg

 

We have a Holiday Safety #FridayFail for you this week. Don't worry, It's just a decoration. 

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At least they'll be comfortable when the fire happens and they can't get out.

blocked-emergency-exit.jpg

 

According to OSHA an employer should:
Provide portable fire extinguishers and mount, locate, and identify them so that they are readily accessible to employees without subjecting the employees to possible injury.  [29 CFR 1910.157(c)(1)]

This fire extinguisher is not readily accessible in case of an emergency and is therefore this weeks #FridayFail

fire-extinguisher-ziptie.jpg

 

Don't end up like this guy.  Remember to bring your PPE.

forgot-ppe.jpg

Source: Reddit.com u/GallowBoob

 

There's a little more to a first aid station than just band-aids... (although this is pretty funny.)

first-aid-station.jpg

 

Which came first? The pipe or the door?

pipe-infront-of-door.jpg

 

Something tells us this isn't what it claims to be...

osha-approved-safety-ladder.jpg

 

Where's the fire extinguisher?

fire-extinguisher.jpg

 

He's just painting on a ledge, what could go wrong?

safe-painting.jpg

 

This isn't exactly the safest approach... 

electrical-danger.jpg

 

"Think Safety, Work Safely" is a great motto. 

think-safety.jpg

 

This fire exit isn't exactly "blocked" but that lock isn't helping.

emergency-exit-locked.jpg

 

ANSI recommends that eye wash stations are accessible within 10 seconds.  
We hope everyone knows the lock combination by heart. 

eyewash-station.jpg

 

Does he have enough pallets for his "ladder?"

make-shift-ladder.jpg

Welding masks must be in short supply... 

weldingmasks.jpg 

Standing on a ladder that is held by a ladder that placed in a gutter
and is held by a guy who is standing on a ladder.

ladders-toomany.jpg

 He just couldn't wait....

smoking.jpg

There's a right way and a wrong way to put a lid on chemical storage containers...   

chemical-storage-lids.jpg

Is that his hard hat sitting there? 

hardhat.jpg 

Does this look safe to you? We don't think so!

balance.jpg

How many safety violations can you spot in this picture? 

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Because maintaining a working eye wash station isn't important...

eye-wash-station.jpg

Something tells me there's a better way to secure that ladder... 

truck-ladder.jpg

Well, at least it's not a fire exit... close, though. 

blocked-fire-extinguisher.jpg

They must have plenty of other fire exits

blockedfireexit3-web.jpg

Seriously... what is it with fire exits?

fireexit2.jpg

A cardboard Box is NOT a replacement for a welding mask! 

weldingmask.jpg

Remember! Think safety first!

safetyfirst.png

And another blocked fire exit...

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Always make sure you can access your emergency shut-off switch.

emergency-shutoff.jpg

 

 

Images Source: Http://www.reddit.com/r/osha

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