The smart answer is that “We are all responsible” and our own safety depends on the actions we take or issues we ignore. The theory and practice often differ, and it is not uncommon to find everyone thinking someone else is taking care of it.

Legally, it is the responsibility of the employer to establish a set of safety standards and procedures; provide the tools and equipment to keep people safe; and provide adequate training to staff.

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