So how are you treating your investigations? and/or are they sexy?
Do I or don't I need a Traffic Management Plan (TMP)?
So the question is, are you writing them for the right audience? Or are you telling a carpenter how to use a hammer or someone in IT how to use a computer?
Do you have items in your business that require routine or periodical inspections (e.g. cranes, sceptics, forklifts etc)?
Are you having quality conversations with your workforce? Or are you failing into the trap of just discussing the day-to-day?
What are people talking about when they mention likelihood and risk when doing risk assessments?
This is an extremely common conversation I've had at many many workplaces, hopefully this little snippet can help you explain to your team...same example also works if you're in customer service "the next customer that walks through the door" etc
After making a few of these safety snippet videos and discussing them with the family, it highlighted a good point...do other people understand what you're saying?
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