Safety Shorts by Keenan
Jen says a crime’s taken place.
“Inspector“ Pete jumps on the case.
But Pete shouldn’t be careless,
And practice situational awareness.
Or he’ll end up losing more than just face.
For Pete’s sake, watch these tips to help you practice situational awareness and stay safe at work.
Pete’s brother Joe is not very neat.
He makes food at the school for kids to eat.
His nickname is Sloppy and so is his space.
Clean kitchens make a safe workplace.
For Pete’s sake, check out these food service safety tips.
See Pete supervise the playground at recess.
See Pete check his phone for the scores.
A quick look away can ruin a day.
Stay focused while students are outdoors.
For Pete’s sake, follow these safety tips to keep students safe on the playground.
Pete’s goofing off with the fire extinguisher.
Jen offers a phrase that would be good to administer.
In case of fire, don’t just break the glass,
In case of fire, you should think PASS.
For Pete’s sake, learn the PASS acronym for proper fire extinguisher usage: Pull, Aim, Squeeze, Sweep.
Hands, face, eyes and ears.
We need these things for many years.
Personal Protective Equipment is a must.
Just watch Pete’s science lesson go bust!
For Pete’s sake, keep safe. Make sure you’re using the correct Personal Protective Equipment.
Pete’s no Ebenezer but haunted he’ll be
By neck pain and back pain and pain in his knees.
Will a visit or two from a kind apparition
Change Pete’s ergonomically bad disposition?
For Pete’s sake, pay attention to these office ergonomic tips. Your body will thank you.
Pete isn’t sleeping, he’s really a mess.
Jen is concerned and tells him it’s stress.
Take a bath, take a jog, try some relaxing.
There’s things you can do to make life less taxing.
For Pete’s sake, watch these tips to manage and reduce the stress in your world.
Pete checks his mirrors and tires and maps.
He cares for his car and looks out for speed traps.
Rita speeds, weaves and texts with tickets galore.
Share the road? Rita laughs and thinks, “What for?”
For Pete’s sake watch these defensive driving tips and keep yourself safe from Rita!
Pete needs the globe high on the shelf.
Jen brings a stepstool that she climbs herself.
Pete stacks chairs but oh how they rumble. Jen climbs in heels and then takes a tumble.
For Pete’s (and Jen’s) sake, watch these Ladder and Stepstool safety tips so you don’t crumble.
Pete’s classroom clutter makes Jen mutter.
Slip, trip and fall. Pete does it all.
For Pete’s sake, watch these tips on the importance of keeping your workspace neat and tidy and safe.
The boxes are high.
The boxes are low.
Jen tells Pete he should go slow. But no.
For Pete’s sake, watch these tips for safe lifting in awkward places.
The goal of Keenan’s loss control services is to (i) promote safety awareness, (ii) assist in the identification of conditions which may pose a risk of injury, and (iii) provide recommendations and/or suggestions to help mitigate the risks. While we are confident that the recommendations and/or suggestions contained in this video will help you to create a safer environment, we do not suggest that following our recommendations will eliminate all risk of injury or will result in improved loss experience.