Business Continuity NewsBriefs - May 30, 2018
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National Safety Month

May 30, 2018 - June is the annual observance of National Safety Month and time to think about your organization's safety culture. If you're not committed to safety and working to incorporate it into all your plans and policies, you should be. Check out these articles and see how you can raise the priority for safety in your company.

"The safety of the people shall be the highest law." 
-- Marcus Tullius Cicero, Roman philosopher --

1. National Safety Month Free Materials

Download and share these materials to help identify risks and ensure No 1 Gets Hurt. Think of at least one change you can make to improve safety this June. Use these resources during the designated weeks, or create a schedule that works best for your organization.

2. What is Fatigue Costing Your Company?

Mass notification and emergency communications can be two different things. Increasingly those are two sides of the same system --- especially as facilities realize the benefits of both sending and receiving notifications from people who may be in a better position to actually see what is going on.

3. National Safety Month: Origins & Directions

When it comes to workforce well-being, your workers deserve to know they're part of an organization that thinks ahead. National Safety Month is a chance for you to display that commitment while making strides for safety at your jobsite.

4. Tip #5: Make Workplace Safety a Top Priority

In any industry, there are potential dangers that can spell disaster if workplace safety is not a top priority for your company.

5. 25 Signs You Have an Awesome Safety Culture

According to OSHA, "Safety cultures consist of shared beliefs, practices, and attitudes that exist at an establishment. Culture is the atmosphere created by those beliefs, attitudes, etc., which shape our behavior." By definition, safety culture is difficult to measure. How do you measure values, attitudes and beliefs?

6. Safety Games for the Workplace

Workplace safety games offer you a fun, budget-friendly, and memorable training tool to help gain employees' attention, elevate their understanding of company safety policies and procedures, and motivate them to be part of the solution in achieving and maintaining a safe work environment.

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