Workplace safety is of paramount importance to the company and its workforce, most especially when it comes to general engineering work, that’s why we at Sly-Jay Global Engineering take Safety is everyone’s responsibility. Below is some safety tip we practice when delivering services to our numerous customers both on-field, offices, and homes. We adjourn everyone to always practice these safety tips.

Your safety is your personal responsibility.

Always follow the correct procedures.

Never take shortcuts.

Take responsibility and clean up if you made a mess.

Clean and organize your workspace.

Ensure a clear and easy route to emergency exits and equipment.

Be alert and awake on the job.

Be attentive at all times to your work surroundings.

When in doubt, contact your supervisor or manager for instruction, guidance, or training.

Never take risks when it comes to safety.

Obey safety signs, stickers, and tags.

Take short breaks when you keep up a repetitive motion for a long period of time and sit, stand, or walk with good posture.

Report serious injuries immediately to a supervisor and get emergency assistance.

Keep things in perspective. Hazards may be limitless, so focus on the most likely risks first.

Strained backs and sliced fingers may be more popular in your workspace than would the risk of flooding (as in a basement office) or the risk of wild animals cutting loose (as in a zoo).


Instruct everyone on the job about safety standards and recommend posting a list of safety tips in the workplace. Workplace safety awareness can help mitigate or prevent accidents and diseases in the workplace.

Do leave the channels of contact open for colleagues, bosses, or staff in order to encourage and sustain a healthy atmosphere. Immediately alert others of any (new or old) risks you are observing.

Be alert to dangers that could impact anyone, not only yourself; cultivate a team attitude at all times in this regard. Note a dangerous situation to the boss or superior immediately.

Be mindful of what people are doing around you and do your best to ensure that you do not pose a danger to them (and vice versa). If you’re an employer, invite and involve your employees in safety planning; obtain their insight, give and take suggestions, and ensure that everyone is on the same page.


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