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Mine Safety and Health Administration MSHA's Accident Prevention Program
Miner's Tip

Good Work Procedures

Safety Something YOU can live with!
Mine Type: All Mines
Category: General Safety


FOCUS, FOCUS Being distracted, whether on the job or while driving, accounts for many accidents. Judy Kay Fielding of Jasper, Alabama suggests that you can reduce distractions by:
  1. Always making sure you have full instructions on the job to be done.
  2. Having the right tools to do the job.
  3. Keeping your mind on the job you are doing.
Using the proper tools for the job and knowing exactly what the job entails makes doing a job easier and safer. MSHA feels that this is good advice. Staying focused on the job is a good way to ensure the job is done safely!

Reissued: 04/30/2002
Tag # AP2002-M019


MSHA extends a thank you and a tip of the hardhat to
Judy Kay Fielding
a winner of a limited edition sticker and patch.

If you have a tip you would like to pass on, you can e-mail it to zzMSHA-MinersTips@dol.gov. If your Miner's tip is selected, you will receive credit in this space.