Brett Copeland shows plans for a safety rail to an O43 employee.

Featured NNS Safety Principle

Published September 1, 2021

August’s featured NNS Safety Principle is “the best way to control a hazard is to eliminate it.” Below are examples of this principle in practice:

  • The review process of safety data sheets before ordering to ensure toxic materials are not brought into NNS.
  • The housekeeping process to reduce tripping hazards.
  • Covering up open and unguarded holes so no one falls through.

Look for information about September’s featured NNS Safety Principle – never be satisfied; always strive to improve – in an upcoming edition of Currents.