Six Things to Remember for Job Safety

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Six Things to Remember for Job Safety

CEO Corner

What does each letter in the word "Safety" mean? I'm glad you asked! So remember this:

S - Support (Ready and prepared to perform it)
A - Alertness (Aware of actions to undertake)
F - Facing (Both, expected/unexpected without fear)
E - Everyday (At work or play time)
T - Trouble (Will come and without a warning)
Y - You (Must exercise care, caution, and concern throughout each day)

Milton H. Young, Retired Instructor NMIA
Masonry Hall of Fame Inductee, Class of 2017

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