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Importance of Wearing Safety Helmets at Work. Examples for Pilots


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Importance of Wearing Safety Helmets at Work. ...

Hard hats or Safety helmets act as the first line of defense against head injury, but they only work when they are worn correctly. Thus, it's safe to say safety Helmets save lives and reduce the risk of brain injury.
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i fully agree with you .
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