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As we go about our everyday lives, we notice several strange and surprising things. Naturally, you’ve seen postings on social media proclaiming how incredible and lovely the earth and its inhabitants are. However, this is not one of them. We’ve compiled a list of strange things you should probably avoid doing in this post.

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This post was inspired by a Reddit forum discussing these sorts of safety blunders. r/OSHA is a community dedicated to posting and sharing information regarding professional safety dangers. You’ll discover a plethora of hilarious safety blunders on r/OSHA. This forum is where over 760K Reddit users may share their articles concerning professional safety blunders. The Occupational Safety and Health Administration is the subject of this subreddit.

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You’ll notice many posts posted by members each day, and although some of them may seem to be humorous, safety is not a joke. Individuals may attempt to be inventive, convenient, and even amusing. Still, nothing is more vital than safety, particularly in a professional setting when many other people’s livelihoods are at stake.

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As a result, we thought we’d share some of the hilarious safety blunders on this subreddit. Please scroll down to see what we’ve shared with you and leave your thoughts in the comments area regarding these safety blunders. By upvoting your favorite safety failures, you may rank them. Take a peek at this subreddit by clicking on the links provided below.

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#1 To Find The Power Lines That Are Underneath?

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#2 So the boss made his son do it because we wouldn’t go up without a basket.

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#3 Tires Are Too Expensive, And Our Delivery Vans Are Fine.

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#4 It’ll Be A Soft Landing.

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#5 Management says it’s OK…

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#6 Yellowcake Uranium Handling in Kazakhstan

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#7 Philippines.

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#8 Angry Forklift Enforces Rules

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#9 Medium Acetone

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#10 My coworker and I debated who would re-plug it once it had been unplugged.

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#11 What Could Go Wrong?

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#12 Odds & Ends:

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#13 Construction Lifters Are Elevators In Egypt.

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#14 This Is Near Me.

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#15 This Pier Is Perfect.

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#16 Following This Guy After He Made A Warehouse Collection.

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#17 How Many Men Screw In A Lightbulb?

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#18 Hold on, Buddy…

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#19 How To Avoid Electrocution.

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#20 Worry Not! Got it.

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#21 Will You Call?

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#22 It Passes The Test.

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#23 I’ll Need A Ruler In The Bathroom.

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#24 Removing A Tree.

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#25 Innovations

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#26 Proviso Cover Panel

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#27 A Forklift Insulates The Floor Of A Shed. Not Much To See Here.

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#28 This Is Almost Poetic.

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#29 Good Advice.

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#30 How Are The Ladders Connected, Besides Height?

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#31 Someone blew it.

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#32 Reminder That Height Restrictions Are Not Recommended.

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#33 I Love Gas Room Grinding.

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#34 On Purpose, I Drilled A Hook Into The Wall To Lock An Emergency Switch.

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#35 How To Be Both Creative And Stupid.

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