Delivering a safety moment requires the right moments in order to get maximum results. To find those moments, you should follow the trial process.
But, before that, we will see some Frequently Asked Questions related to this topic.
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What is A Safety Moment?
What is a safety moment? A Safety Moment is a brief safety talk about a specific subject that is delivered at specific times or moments. Sometimes, people call a safety moment by a safety minute, safety brief, or safety chat.
What is the Purpose of A Safety Moment?
The purpose of creating safety moments is to bring safety principle as the first principle in doing anything and develop a strong safety culture in an organization or company.
How Do You Present A Safety Moment?
The most important goal to achieve is to deliver a safety message and the audience understand that message. So, to achieve that goal you should present a safety moment:
- focus on single topic
- short and to the point
- in friendly and conversational tones
The format can be as presentation material, safety audio or podcast, safety video, or one-page lesson sheet.
Safety Moment Topics
You have various optional topics to bring for this event. Some examples are:
- how to wear PPE correctly
- basic electrical safety
- electrical hazard in the workplace
- how to reduce stress during working
- manual handling and fatigue
- the important of housekeeping in fire accident prevention
- construction safety equipment
- safety driving tips
- forklift safety
- how to avoid dehydration in summer while working
- how safety helmet protects your head from falling objects
The Best Time to Deliver
You should choose only the best time to deliver a safety moment to achieve your goal. You cannot use every moment to deliver the safety message.
Not all moments will give the same results. Choose only the best for maximum results.
To find the best moment, you should follow the whole process that adopts a Plan-Do-Check-Act cycle. It may need some time to trial, measure, and making an evaluation.
To start the process, find some moments below for you to start with the process of finding the best moment:
- before shift work briefing
- after shift work briefing
- before start a routine job
- before start a non-routine job
- during safety committee meeting
- during management review meeting of ISO 45001
- before a plant turnaround work
- safety induction
- before on the job training
- after on the job training
- before a training session
- after a training session
- before every technical meeting
- after every technical meeting
- before a safety audit
- after a safety audit
- before ISO 45001 audit