If we’re honest with ourselves, most of us will probably admit that our efforts around communicating safety are compliance oriented. We do it because we’re bound by a policy or an organizational expectation to do it. There’s nothing particularly exciting or inspiring about it. It’s become a monotonous checklist that we complete and file away, and we’re glad when it’s over with (and so are they). [content_protector password=”communicate” identifier=”communicate”]
But what if instead our safety meetings were engaging? How would it be if participants fully participated and you actually accomplished the purpose of a safety meeting by raising their safety awareness? Listen in while we explain one way you can make your safety meetings more effective and meaningful.