Mark Chaston

Patches

Jacki was fed up with her magnetic name tag falling off all the time. She asked me to make up 8 patches – so I did 9! One thing that I love about my job is that I never know what I am going to be asked to do next. If you want to discuss …

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High visibility work wear

Construction and roadside worksites with moving traffic and heavy machinery, present increased hazards, and potentially dangerous conditions for workers. Reduced daylight and a busy work environment make it harder to see workers. This increases the risk of potential accidents. High visibility clothing is one of the most effective and inexpensive measures to put in place …

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Sun protection

“People who work outdoors in Australia receive up to 10 times more sun exposure than indoor workers, placing them at higher risk of skin damage and skin cancer. Because of this higher risk, it is recommended outdoor workers use sun protection whenever they are outside all year round”. Cancer Council. Where the most effective sun …

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Hats for sun protection

Lightweight full brim hats are a must to protect workers from the Australian sun. Baseball hats although good do not provide full brim protection. A broad brim hat would reduce the risk of skin cancers on the face, neck, and head. For more information on keeping safe in the workplace refer to this website: https://www.cancerwa.asn.au/prevention/sunsmart/sunandworkplace/ …

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