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Dog Bite Prevention

Dog Bite Prevention, Construction

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Dog Bite Prevention, Construction

More than one-third of all US households have at least one dog. While most of these pets are friendly companions, workers should treat all dogs they encounter as potential threats, and act accordingly, for their own safety. For employees that work outdoors where people tend to walk their dogs and workers who regularly conduct business in residential neighborhoods, training and experience are key to occupational dog bite safety.

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Weeklysafety.com exclusive safety meeting topic that provides tips on occupational dog bite safety for construction workers who regularly work in residential neighborhoods where aggressive dog encounters might be a concern on the job.

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