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Safety on the Job

Safety on the Job
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     edHelper's suggested reading level:   high interest, readability grades 4 to 5
     Flesch-Kincaid grade level:   5.5

     challenging words:    dispose, non-toxic, white-out, workplace, Long-term, injure, injury, properly, filed, employee, employer, trainer, death, bleach, harm, proper

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Safety on the Job
By Patti Hutchison

1     Employees do not want to get hurt on the job. Employers do not want their workers to miss work. Practicing safety on the job is very important to everyone.
2     Employers can give employees safety training in different ways. Some will show a video. Some will go over important safety practices written in the handbook. Others may give on-the-job training.
3     Different employers may do safety training at different times. Sometimes training is done with a large group at a meeting. If you are new on the job, your employer might train you by yourself when you start work. Other safety training might be done throughout the year in small groups.
4     No matter when or how it is done, safety training should teach employees certain skills. When you finish this training, you should know how to:

Prevent injuries
Handle accidents
Use machines safely
Use chemicals and other materials safely

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