(Click on image to learn how to participate in the "Halt A Hazard" challenge.)
Model safe behaviors and talk about safety daily. Recommended actions include, but aren't limited to the following:
-Request a no-cost, confidential OSHA consultation that is separate from enforcement and will not result in penalties or citations.
-OSHA offers Safety and Health Program Courses to assist in building a better understanding of safety.
-Make safety part of daily conversations with workers.
-Walk the jobsite to identify hazards.
-Conduct a short safety meeting.
-Create a safety video.
-Establish goals and objectives for a safety and health program.
-Recognize workers who meet or exceed safety and health goals.
-Find or become a safety mentor.
-Display a flyer or poster about workplace safety.
There are multiple ways you can participate in Safe + Sound Week.
The newest challenge is "Halt A Hazard."
The campaign consists of three core elements, Management and Leadership, Worker Participation and Finding and Fixing Hazards. Each element has multiple challenges that units can take part in to benefit workplace safety: 3 in 30 Challenge, Check on Safety, All in on Safety, Lead with Safety and Eyes on Safety then submit your materials.
The key is to participate and then share your actions on social media, in your newsletter, or post it in your workplace.
Use the hashtags,
on social media.
- Not quite sure how to start safety conversations in the workplace?
- Want some ideas for making safety more engaging or personal during your workplace gatherings?
- Ever heard of a "safety walk-around"?
ADDITIONAL SAFETY POSTERS:
Get more ASAP posters here: Airman Safety Action Program
Get more NSC posters here: NSC Posters
All Airmen and Guardians have access to free NSC memberships. Directions are on AFSEC's Occupational Safety SharePoint NSC membership page.
Focus on a hazardous task and conduct a Job Hazard Analysis