15 items that should be in your first aid kit Accidents can happen any day, especially in golf course maintenance. Your crew is exposed to a myriad of hazards, so first aid is an essential part of your safety program. In most circumstances, it will take more than a few minutes to get medical attention
Everyone is telling you to wash your hands but, are you, and your crew, washing your hands properly? If your golf course is still open or making use of skeleton staff, print this as a safety precaution to prevent the spread of COVID-19.
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Safety When Working Near Golfers Given that a golf course is a sporting venue as well as a place of work, it’s important to prioritize safety for both golfers and staff. Golf may seem like a safe sport but flying golf balls can cause serious injuries. There are a few things that employers can do,
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