Manufacturing Tool Box Talk: Preventing Cardboard Cuts

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The Preventing Cardboard Cuts Training mobile app offers a simple way to teach workers about the dangers of corrugated cardboard cuts, while also offering tips on how to avoid them.

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Country: United States of America

Cardboard cuts the hands in the same manner that paper cuts the hands and fingers, however, cardboard injuries tend to be deeper, longer and more painful than the average paper cuts. Luckily, there are different things that employees can do to avoid cuts from cardboard boxes in the workplace, including wearing cut-resistant gloves and using high quality box cutters.

While most cardboard cuts aren't bad enough to require worker's compensation or even a doctor's visit, they can be incredibly painful and can reduce productivity. This helpful occupational safety app trains employees in how to use the right types of personal protective equipment and safe methods for using cutting machines and box cutters with corrugated cardboard. Using the Preventing Cardboard Cuts Training app to inform workers about the different ways to avoid cuts from cardboard boxes in grocery stores, industrial trucks and warehouses can help prevent painful cuts from occurring and can reduce the occurrence of work-related injuries.

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