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From our earliest moments, we use our hands to learn, to explore and to interact with the world around us, and now as working adults, our hands continue to be "out front," touching, grasping, pushing, pulling and lifting our way through work and through life. Unfortunately, being "out front" can also mean being placed in danger, and sometimes things go wrong.
This program features reenactments of workplace hand injury scenarios to teach valuable safety lessons about protecting our hands in every situation where hazards exist. Viewers will see the traumatic consequences of becoming distracted, using improper gloves, wearing jewelry around moving machinery, failing to pay attention to our work and attempting job tasks we aren't qualified to perform.