Do you usually have difficulty in getting safety meeting ideas? If you are facing this problem, this post hopefully can help you solve the problem.
The solution is to have a list of various workplace safety topics for meetings.
Talking the same topic in safety meetings will not only make you lose meeting members’ attention but it will also result in a poor-participation meeting.
In addition, having very limited workplace safety topics for meeting is also a problem.
Good safety topics are topics that are closely related to the work you do daily. Even it talks only a small thing.
So, today I am going to give ideas for workplace safety topics for meetings. All of those topics are extracted from my own experiences working in a chemical manufacturing plant for more than 10 years.
Chemical Plant Workplace Safety Topics for Meetings
The following workplace safety topics are short topics and can be finished within 5-15 minutes to deliver.
So, you can call them by ‘5 Minutes Safety Topics for Meeting’.
- How to identify new safety risk
- Safety around new equipment
- Safety around a modified pipe route or facility
- Safe handling on new hazardous chemical
- Safety procedure for the modified process condition
- Explanation of the root cause of the latest incident
- How to avoid recent plant trouble or incident
- New safety regulation explanation
- The safety aspect of a new chemical packaging type
- Safeguarding and lockout-tag out
- Emergency response procedure for a certain emergency condition
- Safety tips during the rainy season
- Safety tips during the hot season
- Safety tips during the winter season
- Safety audit findings
- Required improvements after a safety audit
- Explanation of a revised Standard Operating Procedure
- Safety in Turnaround or yearly maintenance
- Improvement after a near-miss
- New safety policy
- How to do plant patrol correctly
Take Care When Selecting Workplace Safety Topics for Meetings
Take care when you select workplace safety topics for meetings. It does not mean those good safety topics will always be short ones.
Up to date and contextual safety topics should be your first choice.
You can use one of the above topics as your reference. If you are confused, just choose one that interests you and your members.