Most people take their hands for granted. Workers in Arizona protect their heads with hard hats, eyes with safety goggles, ears with plugs and feet with safety boots, but they often forget to wear safety gloves. Every occupation poses some hand injury risk, ranging from bruises and minor cuts to amputations in a serious workplace accident.
Workers in the factories of Arizona face numerous hazards every day. Advisers say incorporating a detailed risk assessment procedure in the safety schedule helps to limit the risk of an industrial accident. However, this can only be effective if employees are involved in the assessment. Establishing a structured process and providing sufficient guidance can lessen potential dangers.