It goes without saying that the tools we work with every day have to be in perfect working order, or as Kalle says: “It’s the small cogs that drive the great machine… ”.
So how come Kalle is so sensible all of a sudden? And why is Mo so peeved? Does this all have something to do with Mo’s injured hand?
Our safety is truly in our own hands when using manual tools.
Time after time, worn or faulty tools are the reason for accidents at work: Tools slip and co-workers lose their grasp, hitting themselves hard on machinery or even with the tool itself. Significant injuries are sustained all too often in these scenarios.
Tool wear and defects can result from any number of reasons. Aging, quality and even handling can play a role.
Follow these basic rules and do your part to prevent accidents:
Help make Power Systems an even safer place to work.
Play it safe!
Take a tip from Mo:
∙ Check your tools regularly.
∙ Never use worn or damaged tools.
∙ Repair or replace damaged tools.
∙ Use tools only for what they were made for.