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7 Quick Tips About Safety Success

Safety Is A Team Effort

Safety at work, home, or leisure isn’t a one-person job. It’s a team effort. It’s like trying to play baseball without a catcher. A team must have all positional players working together to accomplish a common goal. Teamwork is an integral part in ensuring that wherever you are, it’s a safe environment. A work environment that is truly safe will reflect that in the mindsets of your teammates alike. Here are some key tips to make your work environment a place where safety wins.

The strength of the team is each individual member. The strength of each member is the team – Phil Jackson

The Game Plan

Educate everyone in the workplace and home about the safety requirements and consider posting a list of safety tips. Education is a pro-active way to identify hazards to help reduce or eliminate injuries and illnesses from happening.

Always keep the lines communication open with everyone in order to promote and maintain a safe environment.

Immediately notify others of any (new or old) hazards that you notice.

Be alert to hazards that could impact anyone not just yourself; in this respect, maintain a team mentality at all times.

Report a hazardous condition immediately to your manager or supervisor.

Be aware as to what others are doing around you and do your best to ensure you don’t cause a hazard to them (and vice versa).

If you’re an employer, invite and involve your employees in safety planning; get their insight, give, and take suggestions, to ensure that everyone is on the same page.

"Safety is no accident, let's talk about it".

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