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Winter Worker Preparedness

Winter is coming, it does every year. It is important to us that you are safe. Are you prepared?

Follow these tips for staying safe during the cold months:

  • Wear the right gloves for warmth and protection
  • Dress in layers of light-weight material
  • Keep your safety eyewear from fogging up in the cold
  • Wear footwear with adequate tread for wet or icy surfaces
  • Get plenty of rest

– Did you know that 70% of deaths during snow or ice storms occur in vehicles? It pays to carry blankets or sleeping bags, matches, candles, a snow shovel, sandbags, a flashlight, and non-perishable food such as cereal bars, in case a winter storm sidelines you in your vehicle.