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Golf Carts, Construction

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Golf Carts, Construction

To stay safe, golf cart operators must understand the limitations of golf carts and how they differ from motor vehicles and forklifts. A golf cart may seem like it’s slow and harmless, but serious injuries can occur because of unsafe golf cart use. Every year OSHA investigates injuries that occur because of incidents involving a golf cart. This safety topic addresses safety hazards pertaining to golf carts used at job sites, work facilities or on commercial property.

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