When it’s training time there are certain risks that immediately come to mind. I don’t even think about live fire without a good back stop, eyes and ears. When its time to go hands on, I always wear my mouth guard and depending on the level of the folks I’m working with and the planned activities, we gear up from there. In my experience there are issues that we come across in training that are obvious safety issues and then there are the more subtle issues that need to be dealt with. Today we are going to focus on the subtle side and talk about the training and practice dangers we ignore.
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