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Many workplace accidents and injuries can be traced back to poor housekeeping. Housekeeping hazards can lead to dangerous and destructive fires, explosions, and chemical releases. Poor housekeeping has a negative impact on productivity and quality. A clean and orderly workplace is a safe place for employees to work. Use this handout to accompany the Good Housekeeping for Safety trainer's outline.

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