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DIY Safety for the Home Handyman (or Woman) [Infographic]

May 8, 2014
The rising popularity of DIY home improvement projects have resulting in a rising tide of injuries.

Australians are nine times more likely to be injured in the home than at work, yet the majority of Australians – and Americans! – dive into DIY home projects with little to no safety training or awareness of the risks involved.

The following infographic from ProChoice Safety Gear presents an overview of DIY injury statistics and paints a picture of how the rise of the home handyman has led to an increase in injuries happening in homes across Australia over the past decade.

DIY Safety - Common Hazards for the Home Handyman - An infographic by the team at ProChoice Safety Gear

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