In most places of work, it is always advisable that one should observe safety first before undertaking any activity. In fact, Kenya has some bodies that help in maintaining such rules on people at their places of work, a good example is NEMA. The set safety rules are always very essential such that, any violation may result into a serious consequence such as loss of lives.
Unfortunately some people normally violate these safety rules deliberately to avoid extra costs or to save on time, where end results become so unpleasant. Therefore in this article, am going to show you some of the most common mistakes people do before landing in a serious consequences.
The above mistakes has resulted to millions of deaths and should be avoided as much as possible. Just follow safety rules and regulations to the latter to save lives. Meanwhile thank you for reading my article and don't for get to share and subscribe so that your colleagues also can get this wonderful information.
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