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_So said a ’7O year old miner still doing
_ _ \»yE ia good day•a work and happy at it. Think
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A€€`**’F#*T5 IF in 4 Eless accident had taken him years boforo.
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  · §Do not believe tho man who tolls you     .
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- iyour number on it. What you do to make ·
§your place safo will prevent that number `
QQ MUST WORK   QE; IQJOGKOUT · §from being-written there. _
In this war we cannot be content with a'  
mere decision - we must win by a knockout §FORiE.EN: On-2 Safety Minded Foreman is
if possible and to do this we must safe- iworth his weight in Regulations.
guard our manpower. A good worker in the   I
mine is almost as valuable as a soldier   .
abroad. Show the soldier that you are QMIl@S : Props are for your protection.
doing your duty by being a SAFE WORKER . Z Q §_ Q _‘l;Ij§_ Q " I
Y _Q_ U R I; Y _E; S QA NO··ACCIDENT ECORD IS A MIGHTY GOOD
You remember that one-t   fellow worker §EGOM1VIENDATION WHEREVER YOU GO.
whose eye became infected after he neg-   ‘
. lected to report a. slight eye injury. The     .
loss of vision in the eye made him an QRULEJS   ROCEQAEN, TD/IBEHMEN ge TRACKMEN
industrial outcast.  
§All timbormen, rockmen and trackmen ‘
§shall thoroughly examine roof and rib
ANOTHER LIFE SAVED iconditions before starting to work. All
Qdangerous conditions shall be made safe.
"January Sth, 1942, in Mine 2.04, Willard ‘ §Temporary timber or safety posts shall
Blevins came in contact with the electric §b‘=·‘ set by such GI‘SWS b6f0I`@ Cl3&¤1IlB 1 ‘ '
wire and was apparently dead. The man Qfalls, timbering or laying track. ` " . vp
working with Blevins immediately began cal-; _ V · •
ling for help and Raymond Wotzol, working   V -. Y
nearby, hearing the call, came to his as-   _QQ__I_T_ TERIGHT EET; · ‘ °'
sistanco. Wotzel immediately started to   . ·
give Blevins artificial respiration, by QThore is a right way and several wrong
tho Schaffer Prone Prone Pressure Method _ gways of doing every job. Find the right
and after long and steady work, was able éway (the safest way) before there is an -
to revive the shocked man. The doctors gaccident. .
have stated postivoly that Blevins would   · T - ~
have died had it not been for the timely _ _ 4
first aid of Wotzol." _ ·
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