This peer-to-peer networking session will cover best practices for working with young facility professionals
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The process of finding the most appropriate equipment and ensuring workers use it safely means managers need to invest time in asking the manufacturer or rental agency some important questions. Reynolds suggests managers ask these questions before making a purchase or rental decision:
Kee suggests these additional questions for managers renting lift equipment:
The real challenge for managers is creating a safety culture for all workers using any type of equipment that incorporates industry standards and is specific to the user’s organization. Says Reynolds, “It’s one thing (to do) what the standard says. But each company needs its own safety program and requirements.”
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