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Planning for winter weather at the workplace includes more than just having a bag of rock salt on hand or hanging a poster in the employee break room. Taking a look around your facility (inside and outside) will help you identify the winter hazards you will need to mitigate.

Don't Shop Around

Don’t shop around for weather. We’ve all heard it. I took it to heart, but recently I learned the importance of backing up my legal weather brief with outside sources.

  • 29 November 2019
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Stay Alert to Stay Alive

I was on the controls and our route was the same as usual, or so I thought. In typical complacent fashion, I had made a small error without realizing it.

  • 17 November 2019
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Loud and Clear

To ensure the whole crew maintains situational awareness, keep an open flow of information, especially in areas where the threat is elevated and the terrain is complex or constricted.

  • 17 November 2019
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Fighting Fatigue

During a rotation, you need to keep current on leave cycles, as this will tend to overburden maintenance crews while they cover down for a missing man in a flight company.

  • 10 November 2019
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