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  • Being the first in camp to tag-out, which leads to "driving the 'meat-wagon'" Making memories only a hunter can really share or appreciate.

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  • The maintenance supervisor should use a lockout or tag-out to ensure electrical power is turned off.

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  • It then lists specific hazards presented to warehouse workers, including unsafe use of forklifts, improper stacking of products, failure to use personal protective equipment, failure to follow proper lockout/tag-out procedures and repetitive motion injuries.

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  • I've seen lock-out tag-out processes followed that still resulted in accidental injury of the workers.

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  • Had the throw been made to the bag instead of way out towards left-field, Mora would have had the easy tag-out.

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  • And Roberts 'tag-out line is the perfect example of why the media's failing to do it's job.

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