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    :: Monday, June 19, 2006 ::

    ASSE: Drawing the Big Picture for Slips and Falls - By Josh Cable, Occupational Hazards
    "The first questions for preventing slips and falls are: How will the walkway be used? What environmental conditions exist?" said Natalizia. He said to look at slips and falls as a triangle, with floor factors such as surface texture as the base of the triangle. The other legs of the triangle are footwear (Is it appropriate for the floor conditions and the job?) and walking style (Are employees running or carrying things as they move along the walkway?)
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