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Prevent Equipment Fires through Safe Fuelling

December 13, 2014

Whether it’s planting season, harvesting season or any time in between, it is always important to think about safe fuelling practices. Because you work in an environment with both ignition sources and abundant fuel (dry foliage and other materials) for fires or explosions, preventing sparks while re-filling equipment is crucial.

Remember that carelessness leads to accidents and taking shortcuts is not worth your life. Follow these guidelines to ensure that you and your equipment stay safe during fuelling.

 

Keep the entire area unobstructed, making sure that equipment can enter and exit the area smoothly and that it is free of rubbish and debris.

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