October 2018 Quicktakes

Workers and the Public Urged to be Mindful of Hazards Following Hurricane Florence

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OSHA urges emergency crews in the areas affected by Hurricane Florence to be aware of hazards from flooding, restoring electricity and communications, removing debris, repairing water damage, trimming trees, and repairing roofs. Only individuals with proper training, equipment, and experience should conduct recovery and cleanup activities. OSHA’s webpages on hurricane and flood response can help employers and workers stay safe.

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Audrey Copeland
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