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Safety at Work - What Every Employee Should Know
« on: April 23, 2009, 10:35:56 PM »
This booklet has been produced by the Department of Labour as part of its continuing drive to reduce the incidence and severity of industrial accidents in New Zealand.

Most of what it contains can be described as "common sense", yet every year many of the accidents in industry happen because, in one way or another, the basic guidelines set out in this booklet are not followed.

Table of Contents
Fire and evacuation
Protective equipment and clothing
First aid
Hand tools
Handling materials
Safe conduct

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Re: Safety at Work - What Every Employee Should Know
« Reply #1 on: July 16, 2012, 10:45:02 PM »
Thanks for the pdf file, I went through that file and found all the required information about safety norms. I need some more information about industrial safety, I am looking for a Safety Manager for my firm, if you have some source of information about this then please share with me.
Thnks.. :)

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