Window Cleaning Safety

Window Cleaning Safety On average, each month close to 100 people in Ontario are hospitalized for a fall from a ladder. Adult males had the highest rate of injury. Injuries to the lower and upper limbs were the most common type of injuries for emergency department visits accounting for 31% and 29% of emergency department visits respectively. Specifically, fracture of the ankle, foot, knee, and lower leg were the most commonly presented injuries

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Safety First

Safety First – Window Cleaning The personal safety and health of each employee of Sunrise Window Cleaning is of primary importance.  Prevention of occupationally induced injuries and illnesses is of such consequence that it will be given precedence over operating productivity.  To the greatest degree possible, management will provide all mechanical and physical protection required for personal safety and health, but our employees must bear primary responsibility

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window cleaning ladder safety

window cleaning ladder safety

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