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© 2017 Halliburton. All rights reserved.

DID YOU KNOW. . You can . reduce hazards and eliminate hand injuries . when handling and . lifting . tubular equipment. .. At Halliburton, solving customer challenges is second only to keeping everyone .

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© 2017 Halliburton. All rights reserved.

DID YOU KNOW

You can

reduce hazards and eliminate hand injuries when handling and lifting tubular equipment.

At Halliburton, solving customer challenges is second only to keeping everyone

safe and healthy. You can find more safety tips at www.halliburton.com/HSE

Identify, assess and control the risks before initiating the task.Evaluate equipment weight, obstacles in the route, floor/ground conditions and frequency of task.Use mechanical lifting devices whenever possible.Follow manual lifting weight restrictions.Use iron grips and synthetic lifting straps to reduce hand exposure. Follow proper lifting techniques.Keep your hands away from impact areas.

Safety Moment Subject suggested by: Halliburton Employees Andre Erasmus, Larry Wilger, Terencio Garcia

Keep your Hands and Fingers SAFE!

PersonsMaximum Lift ST-GL-HAL-HSE-0803 1< 60 lbs. (27 kg.)2< 120 lbs. (54 kg.)3< 180 lbs. (81 kg.)

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