Take 5 for Safety: Five Minute Daily Safety Meetings

Take 5 for Safety: Five Minute Daily Safety Meetings There are a few ways to Take 5 for safety: You could take five minutes to do a safety drill or take five minutes to surprise an employee with a safety pop quiz. You may also wish to take five minutes out of every monthly meeting …

Skills in Presentations, Toolbox and Inductions

Skills in Presentations, Toolbox and Inductions - Free Downloads!! I was recently requested to help an organization with their onsite induction, toolbox and presentations. So, the first thing I requested back was what they were currently doing. I wonder how surprised you would be if I told you their induction was 200 PowerPoint slides with …

Is Safety “a few tools short of a toolbox”?

Is Safety “a few tools short of a toolbox”? Guest post by one of the USA based students in The Centre for Leadership and Learning in Risk (CLLR) online program https://cllr.com.au/online-courses-overseas-students/ Collective mindfulness is an acceptance of equivocality; understanding that all possible outcomes cannot be known and that the environment is continually changing (a concept …

Safety Conversation Essentials – 20 Tips

Safety Conversation Essentials – 20 Tips If you loved this article then you should read the whole series: CLICK HERE In our preoccupation with technology, systems, checklists and legislation I trust we don’t lose sight of the most powerful instrument we have to manage risk – the simple but effective, safety conversation. Now whilst having a conversation is simple, …