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SOWER Work Mission Safety Policies and Procedures Epworth Center, Bethesda, Ohio
We want you to have a fun work mission trip, but also a SAFE work mission experience!
Please pay careful attention to instructions given to you [and follow them!]
Power tools must be used under adult supervision.
ANY tools can cause harm… Common things to remember are…
Do not leave rakes, shovels, etc. with ends pointing up
Watch where you lay tools Never throw or toss tools
No one is to climb up a ladder without someone at the base
Each group is to take a first aid kit with them to the worksite.
Wear jeans, work shoes, and use gloves on the worksite. NO open-toed shoes on the worksite.
Drink plenty of water while at the worksite & wear sunscreen when working outdoors
Take breaks… make sure you rest to regain your strength
If you feel uncomfortable doing a certain task, let the project supervisor or an adult leader know
Realize that persons can have accidents. If an accident should occur [even something you think is small], alert an adult immediately.
Take no unnecessary risks while on the worksite
While at Epworth Center… NO running inside lodge Be mindful of your step outside Please wear shoes at all times in the kitchen
We want you to have fun while being safe on your work mission trip! See you soon! © Epworth Center, Bethesda, OH "Build The Kingdom Together" (c) 2012 Epworth Center Words written by: Jeff Nowak, Bill Burris, The Epworth SOWER Work Mission Team Music, Arrangement & Recording by: Jeff Nowak
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