Immediate reactions by providing education to our

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immediate reactions by providing education to our employees to keep them from being injured, by explaining the consequences while performing their daily on the job duties. An example is if you were taking your dog for a walk and the dog sees a rabbit. The dog’s immediate reaction is to chase after the rabbit and forgetting what the task at hand is. The same principle can apply to employees when they see money on the ground. Their immediate reaction is to bend over and pick it up. This is where the four E’s can be implemented along with situational awareness. The task, whether bending over to pick up the money or bending over to pick up a box is all on how you empower your employees to accomplish the task without injury. We can accomplish this by encouragement and proper techniques of how to bend over and pick the item up. We use education on how to properly stop to bend over to pick the item up and enlightening them by explaining to them how to accomplish this task without injury.
Imagine that you are leading a training event to help prevent back injuries, and you are teaching students the proper way to lift. Describe, in detail, your recommended steps for lifting a box from

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