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From: Kevin Su To: Dr. Christian Gaedicke Subject: Hazard Analysis and Risk Assessment Hazard Analysis and Risk Assessment Paper
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How important is safety? Each day, an average of 9000 workers in the U.S. suffer from injures at a job. The number of workdays lost due to the occupational injuries, is more than 50 million per year. It is safe to say that safety is one of the most important things to consider and watch out for at work. No matter how hard or easy the job is, there are always risks of getting injured. The only way to solve these problems are limiting the hazards, which will then minimize risk. Pic 1 Sensor pin got stuck on shoes
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This picture displays a hazard that can cause this job to be very unsafe for the employees, managers, or anyone that is in the back stock room of a retail store. The hazard in the picture is a sensor pin that is got stuck in a shoe. The stock room is normally filled with clothes, sensors, shipment boxes, and pins. One of the workers accidentally dropped the sensor pins all over the stock room floor. Unfortunately one of
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This note was uploaded on 09/29/2011 for the course CIS 3380 taught by Professor Plummer during the Summer '08 term at Texas State.

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