Integrity Moments - Mar. 23, 2011

 

Safety 101
By Rick Boxx
March 23, 2011

Personally, there have been times while standing on a ladder I can’t reach what I need.  Rather than getting someone to hold the ladder, or get down and reset it, I have overreached, putting my safety at risk.

According to National Institutes for Health statistics, injuries related to ladder use per capita increased 27% from 1990 to 2005. Although the NIH did not speculate as to the cause, I suspect that many of those accidents relate to people overreaching or using their ladder beyond what’s recommended.

Proverbs 28:26 teaches, “Those who trust in themselves are fools, but those who walk in wisdom are kept safe.”

Whether it’s using a ladder or some other tool in your workplace, be prudent and wise. Don’t trust that you can overcome the odds.

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