The Work Practices in this Guide Help You Break the Line Safely

October 3, 2019

Safe work practices can be the difference between a safe line break and an extremely hazardous situation. MCAA’s latest guide will help you benchmark your practices and protect your workers.

Inside, you’ll find information about:

  • Common line breaking hazards
  • The most likely injuries from improper line breaking operations
  • Common causes of line breaking incidents
  • General line breaking preparations
  • A checklist you can use to ensure that line breaking is done consistently

By using these tools and educating your workers, you can ensure that every line break is a safe one.


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