FATALITY ASSESSMENT AND CONTROL EVALUATION (FACE) PROGRAM

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Lawn Care

Landscaping Workers: Prevent injuries during lawn care[JPG - 843 KB]
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Do an initial inspection of the work area for objects, lawn fixtures, or debris that could become hazards.[JPG - 796 KB]
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Remove objects if they are removable. Flag or mark objects that cannot be removed.[JPG - 746 KB]
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Add a mulching chute to catch potential projectiles.[JPG - 740 KB]
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Do not allow the discharge chute to point directly at others who are nearby.[JPG - 754 KB]
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Do an initial inspection of the work area fro objects, lawn fixtures, or debris that could become hazards.[JPG - 435 KB]
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Add a mulching chute to catch potential projectiles during lawn care.[JPG - 433 KB]
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Landscaping companies and workers should advise homeowners to remove pet tie-out stakes if they are removable and flag/mark objects that cannot be removed.[JPG - 1,021 KB]
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Remove objects if they are removable. Flag or mark objects that cannot be removed.[JPG - 409 KB]
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During lawn care, do not allow the discharge chute to point directly at others who are nearby.[JPG - 445 KB]
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In 2020, 206 landscape service workers died from on-the-job injuries. Landscaping is one of the highest risk industries in the service industry sector. Worker Safety Matters.[JPG - 1,023 KB]
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