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Give Jacks, Lifts, and Hoists the High Safety Priority They Deserve Each year serious injuries and deaths occur in the workplace as a result of unsafe jack, stands, lifts, and hoist use.  Although safety responsibility for these devices must be shared between employer and employee, the ultimate responsibility for safety lies with the individual worker.  Even where there is close supervision, the worker makes the final decision on how to do the job. Jacks Workers must select a jack with the rated lifting capacity that equals or exceeds the load it will support.  Jacks must be placed on a firm, level surface...