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OIL AND GAS INDUSTRY WORK PLACE SAFETY INFOGRAPHIC

Safety on the job site is something all employees should take seriously – nothing less than the future of your family is at stake. An on-the-job accident could very easily disable you, leaving security and future plans up in the air.

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Safety takes teamwork. Whatever your job is or whatever your duties include, keep your eyes open for hazards and report them. Help keep your safety program on solid ground. Contact us for guidance on succeeding in 2020.

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