Safety Tip Calendar

Keyword

1/28: Keep your eyes on the path. Focus on where you're going.

1/21: Use handrails or grab bars in areas where there are stairs or changes in elevation.

1/14: Wear safe, stable shoes and make sure you have a clear walkway.

1/7: Avoid shortcuts. Use ramps, stairs, and walkways as intended.

1/1: Keep it clean. Proper housekeeping can reduce the chances of slips, trips and falls.

12/29: Clarify the problem before you look for a solution.

12/28: Clarify the problem before you look for a solution.

12/27: Clarify the problem before you look for a solution.

12/26: Clarify the problem before you look for a solution.

12/25: Clarify the problem before you look for a solution.

12/24: Clarify the problem before you look for a solution.

12/23: Clarify the problem before you look for a solution.

12/22: Right tool, right job. Always use the tool designed for the task.

12/21: Right tool, right job. Always use the tool designed for the task.

12/20: Right tool, right job. Always use the tool designed for the task.

12/19: Right tool, right job. Always use the tool designed for the task.

12/18: Right tool, right job. Always use the tool designed for the task.

12/17: Right tool, right job. Always use the tool designed for the task.

12/16: Right tool, right job. Always use the tool designed for the task.

12/15: Safety decisions are systematic, rigorous and thorough. Our lives depend on it.

12/14: Safety decisions are systematic, rigorous and thorough. Our lives depend on it.

12/13: Safety decisions are systematic, rigorous and thorough. Our lives depend on it.

12/12: Safety decisions are systematic, rigorous and thorough. Our lives depend on it.

12/11: Safety decisions are systematic, rigorous and thorough. Our lives depend on it.

12/10: Safety decisions are systematic, rigorous and thorough. Our lives depend on it.

12/9: Safety decisions are systematic, rigorous and thorough. Our lives depend on it.

12/8: Use best practices and recognized safety standards as the basis for decision making.

12/7: Use best practices and recognized safety standards as the basis for decision making.

12/6: Use best practices and recognized safety standards as the basis for decision making.

12/5: Use best practices and recognized safety standards as the basis for decision making.

12/4: Use best practices and recognized safety standards as the basis for decision making.

12/3: Use best practices and recognized safety standards as the basis for decision making.

12/2: Use best practices and recognized safety standards as the basis for decision making.

12/1: We can improve if we approach safety from the viewpoint of both a learner and a teacher.

11/30: We can improve if we approach safety from the viewpoint of both a learner and a teacher.

11/29: We can improve if we approach safety from the viewpoint of both a learner and a teacher.

11/28: We can improve if we approach safety from the viewpoint of both a learner and a teacher.

11/27: We can improve if we approach safety from the viewpoint of both a learner and a teacher.

11/26: We can improve if we approach safety from the viewpoint of both a learner and a teacher.

11/25: We can improve if we approach safety from the viewpoint of both a learner and a teacher.

11/24: Take time to learn from an experienced co-worker. They know how to do the job safely.

11/23: Take time to learn from an experienced co-worker. They know how to do the job safely.

11/22: Take time to learn from an experienced co-worker. They know how to do the job safely.

11/21: Take time to learn from an experienced co-worker. They know how to do the job safely.

11/20: Take time to learn from an experienced co-worker. They know how to do the job safely.

11/19: Take time to learn from an experienced co-worker. They know how to do the job safely.

11/18: Take time to learn from an experienced co-worker. They know how to do the job safely.

11/17: A strong safety culture is built when we value and seek out new learning opportunities.

11/16: A strong safety culture is built when we value and seek out new learning opportunities.

11/15: A strong safety culture is built when we value and seek out new learning opportunities.

11/14: A strong safety culture is built when we value and seek out new learning opportunities.

11/13: A strong safety culture is built when we value and seek out new learning opportunities.

11/12: A strong safety culture is built when we value and seek out new learning opportunities.

11/11: A strong safety culture is built when we value and seek out new learning opportunities.

11/10: Share and discuss EHS Alerts with the mindset that “it could happen here.”

11/9: Share and discuss EHS Alerts with the mindset that “it could happen here.”

11/8: Share and discuss EHS Alerts with the mindset that “it could happen here.”

11/7: Share and discuss EHS Alerts with the mindset that “it could happen here.”

11/6: Share and discuss EHS Alerts with the mindset that “it could happen here.”

11/5: Share and discuss EHS Alerts with the mindset that “it could happen here.”

11/4: Share and discuss EHS Alerts with the mindset that “it could happen here.”

11/3: A positive attitude toward safety is a small thing that makes a big difference.

11/2: A positive attitude toward safety is a small thing that makes a big difference.

11/1: A positive attitude toward safety is a small thing that makes a big difference.

10/31: A positive attitude toward safety is a small thing that makes a big difference.

10/30: A positive attitude toward safety is a small thing that makes a big difference.

10/29: A positive attitude toward safety is a small thing that makes a big difference.

10/28: A positive attitude toward safety is a small thing that makes a big difference.

10/27: Carefulness costs you nothing. Carelessness may cost you your life.

10/26: Carefulness costs you nothing. Carelessness may cost you your life.

10/25: Carefulness costs you nothing. Carelessness may cost you your life.

10/24: Carefulness costs you nothing. Carelessness may cost you your life.

10/23: Carefulness costs you nothing. Carelessness may cost you your life.

10/22: Carefulness costs you nothing. Carelessness may cost you your life.

10/21: Carefulness costs you nothing. Carelessness may cost you your life.

10/20: Make safety your first thought – not your afterthought.

10/19: Make safety your first thought – not your afterthought.

10/18: Make safety your first thought – not your afterthought.

10/17: New equipment can cause new hazards. Be sure to assess risks.

10/16: Make safety your first thought – not your afterthought.

10/15: Make safety your first thought – not your afterthought.

10/14: Make safety your first thought – not your afterthought.

10/13: A strong safety culture is established when everyone takes personal accountability for safety.

10/12: A strong safety culture is established when everyone takes personal accountability for safety.

10/11: A strong safety culture is established when everyone takes personal accountability for safety.

10/10: A strong safety culture is established when everyone takes personal accountability for safety.

10/9: A strong safety culture is established when everyone takes personal accountability for safety.

10/8: A strong safety culture is established when everyone takes personal accountability for safety.

10/7: A strong safety culture is established when everyone takes personal accountability for safety.

10/6: Housekeeping and facility conditions reflect commitment to safety. How clean is your work area?

10/5: Housekeeping and facility conditions reflect commitment to safety. How clean is your work area?

10/4: Housekeeping and facility conditions reflect commitment to safety. How clean is your work area?

10/3: Housekeeping and facility conditions reflect commitment to safety. How clean is your work area?

10/2: Housekeeping and facility conditions reflect commitment to safety. How clean is your work area?

10/1: Housekeeping and facility conditions reflect commitment to safety. How clean is your work area?

9/30: Housekeeping and facility conditions reflect commitment to safety. How clean is your work area?

9/29: Be respectful and provide timely feedback to the individuals who raise safety concerns.

9/28: Be respectful and provide timely feedback to the individuals who raise safety concerns.

9/27: Be respectful and provide timely feedback to the individuals who raise safety concerns.

9/26: Be respectful and provide timely feedback to the individuals who raise safety concerns.

9/25: Be respectful and provide timely feedback to the individuals who raise safety concerns.

9/24: Be respectful and provide timely feedback to the individuals who raise safety concerns.

9/23: Be respectful and provide timely feedback to the individuals who raise safety concerns.

9/22: A culture of trust is important for safety. Take time to promote trust in your team today.

9/21: A culture of trust is important for safety. Take time to promote trust in your team today.

9/20: A culture of trust is important for safety. Take time to promote trust in your team today.

9/19: A culture of trust is important for safety. Take time to promote trust in your team today.

9/18: A culture of trust is important for safety. Take time to promote trust in your team today.

9/17: A culture of trust is important for safety. Take time to promote trust in your team today.

9/16: A culture of trust is important for safety. Take time to promote trust in your team today.

9/15: Always respect safety signs and instructions. They are to be taken seriously.

9/14: Always respect safety signs and instructions. They are to be taken seriously.

9/13: Always respect safety signs and instructions. They are to be taken seriously.

9/12: Always respect safety signs and instructions. They are to be taken seriously.

9/11: Always respect safety signs and instructions. They are to be taken seriously.

9/10: Always respect safety signs and instructions. They are to be taken seriously.

9/9: Always respect safety signs and instructions. They are to be taken seriously.

9/8: A key to safety is a respectful work environment and teamwork.

9/7: A key to safety is a respectful work environment and teamwork.

9/6: A key to safety is a respectful work environment and teamwork.

9/5: A key to safety is a respectful work environment and teamwork.

9/4: A key to safety is a respectful work environment and teamwork.

9/3: A key to safety is a respectful work environment and teamwork.

9/2: A key to safety is a respectful work environment and teamwork.

9/1: Avoid complacency and encourage each other to achieve high standards of safety.

8/31: Avoid complacency and encourage each other to achieve high standards of safety.

8/30: Avoid complacency and encourage each other to achieve high standards of safety.

8/29: Avoid complacency and encourage each other to achieve high standards of safety.

8/28: Avoid complacency and encourage each other to achieve high standards of safety.

8/27: Avoid complacency and encourage each other to achieve high standards of safety.

8/26: Avoid complacency and encourage each other to achieve high standards of safety.

8/25: Don't just talk about safety. Implement safety with an eye toward improvement.

8/24: Don't just talk about safety. Implement safety with an eye toward improvement.

8/23: Don't just talk about safety. Implement safety with an eye toward improvement.

8/22: Don't just talk about safety. Implement safety with an eye toward improvement.

8/21: Don't just talk about safety. Implement safety with an eye toward improvement.

8/20: Don't just talk about safety. Implement safety with an eye toward improvement.

8/19: Don't just talk about safety. Implement safety with an eye toward improvement.

8/18: A focus on continuous improvement will promote safe, reliable and efficient operations.

8/17: A focus on continuous improvement will promote safe, reliable and efficient operations.

8/16: A focus on continuous improvement will promote safe, reliable and efficient operations.

8/15: A focus on continuous improvement will promote safe, reliable and efficient operations.

8/14: A focus on continuous improvement will promote safe, reliable and efficient operations.

8/13: A focus on continuous improvement will promote safe, reliable and efficient operations.

8/12: A focus on continuous improvement will promote safe, reliable and efficient operations.

8/11: Use audits and inspections to encourage learning and improve performance.

8/10: Use audits and inspections to encourage learning and improve performance.

8/9: Use audits and inspections to encourage learning and improve performance.

8/8: Use audits and inspections to encourage learning and improve performance.

8/7: Use audits and inspections to encourage learning and improve performance.

8/6: Use audits and inspections to encourage learning and improve performance.

8/5: Use audits and inspections to encourage learning and improve performance.

8/4: Ask how you can contribute to safety improvement today.

8/3: Ask how you can contribute to safety improvement today.

8/2: Ask how you can contribute to safety improvement today.

8/1: Ask how you can contribute to safety improvement today.

7/31: Ask how you can contribute to safety improvement today.

7/30: Ask how you can contribute to safety improvement today.

7/29: Ask how you can contribute to safety improvement today.

7/28: If you encounter potential problems or unexpected hazards, stop and get help.

7/27: If you encounter potential problems or unexpected hazards, stop and get help.

7/26: If you encounter potential problems or unexpected hazards, stop and get help.

7/25: If you encounter potential problems or unexpected hazards, stop and get help.

7/24: If you encounter potential problems or unexpected hazards, stop and get help.

7/23: If you encounter potential problems or unexpected hazards, stop and get help.

7/22: If you encounter potential problems or unexpected hazards, stop and get help.

7/21: We all have a responsibility to raise safety issues, including those identified by others.

7/20: We all have a responsibility to raise safety issues, including those identified by others.

7/19: We all have a responsibility to raise safety issues, including those identified by others.

7/18: We all have a responsibility to raise safety issues, including those identified by others.

7/17: We all have a responsibility to raise safety issues, including those identified by others.

7/16: We all have a responsibility to raise safety issues, including those identified by others.

7/15: We all have a responsibility to raise safety issues, including those identified by others.

7/14: Avoid complacency - plan for potential hazards, even while expecting successful outcomes.

7/13: Avoid complacency - plan for potential hazards, even while expecting successful outcomes.

7/12: Avoid complacency - plan for potential hazards, even while expecting successful outcomes.

7/11: Avoid complacency - plan for potential hazards, even while expecting successful outcomes.

7/10: Avoid complacency - plan for potential hazards, even while expecting successful outcomes.

7/9: Avoid complacency - plan for potential hazards, even while expecting successful outcomes.

7/8: Avoid complacency - plan for potential hazards, even while expecting successful outcomes.

7/7: Challenge assumptions - don't be afraid to speak up when you think something is unsafe.

7/6: Challenge assumptions - don't be afraid to speak up when you think something is unsafe.

7/5: Challenge assumptions - don't be afraid to speak up when you think something is unsafe.

7/4: Challenge assumptions - don't be afraid to speak up when you think something is unsafe.

7/3: Challenge assumptions - don't be afraid to speak up when you think something is unsafe.

7/2: Challenge assumptions - don't be afraid to speak up when you think something is unsafe.

7/1: Challenge assumptions - don't be afraid to speak up when you think something is unsafe.

6/30: Don't make safety excellence an act. Make it a habit.

6/29: Don't make safety excellence an act. Make it a habit.

6/28: Don't make safety excellence an act. Make it a habit.

6/27: Don't make safety excellence an act. Make it a habit.

6/26: Don't make safety excellence an act. Make it a habit.

6/25: Don't make safety excellence an act. Make it a habit.

6/24: Don't make safety excellence an act. Make it a habit.

6/23: Doing the right thing, the right way, every time requires a focus on operational excellence.

6/22: Doing the right thing, the right way, every time requires a focus on operational excellence.

6/21: Doing the right thing, the right way, every time requires a focus on operational excellence.

6/20: Doing the right thing, the right way, every time requires a focus on operational excellence.

6/19: Doing the right thing, the right way, every time requires a focus on operational excellence.

6/18: Doing the right thing, the right way, every time requires a focus on operational excellence.

6/17: Doing the right thing, the right way, every time requires a focus on operational excellence.

6/16: We are a company of innovation. Use creativity and innovation to solve safety and environmental issues.

6/15: We are a company of innovation. Use creativity and innovation to solve safety and environmental issues.

6/14: We are a company of innovation. Use creativity and innovation to solve safety and environmental issues.

6/13: We are a company of innovation. Use creativity and innovation to solve safety and environmental issues.

6/12: We are a company of innovation. Use creativity and innovation to solve safety and environmental issues.

6/11: We are a company of innovation. Use creativity and innovation to solve safety and environmental issues.

6/10: We are a company of innovation. Use creativity and innovation to solve safety and environmental issues.

6/9: Operational excellence is not separate from safety. They work together to achieve success.

6/8: Operational excellence is not separate from safety. They work together to achieve success.

6/7: Operational excellence is not separate from safety. They work together to achieve success.

6/6: Operational excellence is not separate from safety. They work together to achieve success.

6/5: Operational excellence is not separate from safety. They work together to achieve success.

6/4: Operational excellence is not separate from safety. They work together to achieve success.

6/3: Operational excellence is not separate from safety. They work together to achieve success.

6/2: Preparation is important. Plan your work ahead to avoid unexpected hazards.

6/1: Preparation is important. Plan your work ahead to avoid unexpected hazards.

5/31: Preparation is important. Plan your work ahead to avoid unexpected hazards.

5/30: Preparation is important. Plan your work ahead to avoid unexpected hazards.

5/29: Preparation is important. Plan your work ahead to avoid unexpected hazards.

5/28: Preparation is important. Plan your work ahead to avoid unexpected hazards.

5/27: Preparation is important. Plan your work ahead to avoid unexpected hazards.

5/26: Partner with your coworkers. Work together to identify solutions to safety problems.

5/25: Partner with your coworkers. Work together to identify solutions to safety problems.

5/24: Partner with your coworkers. Work together to identify solutions to safety problems.

5/23: Partner with your coworkers. Work together to identify solutions to safety problems.

5/22: Partner with your coworkers. Work together to identify solutions to safety problems.

5/21: Partner with your coworkers. Work together to identify solutions to safety problems.

5/20: Partner with your coworkers. Work together to identify solutions to safety problems.

5/19: Verify safety information before starting a task. Ask for help if you have a question.

5/18: Verify safety information before starting a task. Ask for help if you have a question.

5/17: Verify safety information before starting a task. Ask for help if you have a question.

5/16: Verify safety information before starting a task. Ask for help if you have a question.

5/15: Verify safety information before starting a task. Ask for help if you have a question.

5/14: Verify safety information before starting a task. Ask for help if you have a question.

5/13: Verify safety information before starting a task. Ask for help if you have a question.

5/12: Manage risk by looking for potential hazards before they become problems.

5/11: Manage risk by looking for potential hazards before they become problems.

5/10: Manage risk by looking for potential hazards before they become problems.

5/9: Manage risk by looking for potential hazards before they become problems.

5/8: Manage risk by looking for potential hazards before they become problems.

5/7: Manage risk by looking for potential hazards before they become problems.

5/6: Manage risk by looking for potential hazards before they become problems.

5/5: Hazards are predictable and preventable. Take time to identify hazards in your work area today.

5/4: Hazards are predictable and preventable. Take time to identify hazards in your work area today.

5/3: Hazards are predictable and preventable. Take time to identify hazards in your work area today.

5/2: Hazards are predictable and preventable. Take time to identify hazards in your work area today.

5/1: Hazards are predictable and preventable. Take time to identify hazards in your work area today.

4/30: Hazards are predictable and preventable. Take time to identify hazards in your work area today.

4/29: Hazards are predictable and preventable. Take time to identify hazards in your work area today.

4/28: Good leaders are visible in the work area - observing, coaching, and reinforcing expectations.

4/27: Good leaders are visible in the work area - observing, coaching, and reinforcing expectations.

4/26: Good leaders are visible in the work area - observing, coaching, and reinforcing expectations.

4/25: Good leaders are visible in the work area - observing, coaching, and reinforcing expectations.

4/24: Good leaders are visible in the work area - observing, coaching, and reinforcing expectations.

4/23: Good leaders are visible in the work area - observing, coaching, and reinforcing expectations.

4/22: Good leaders are visible in the work area - observing, coaching, and reinforcing expectations.

4/21: Strong supervisors encourage employees to be “safety leaders” and set an example for others.

4/20: Strong supervisors encourage employees to be “safety leaders” and set an example for others.

4/19: Strong supervisors encourage employees to be “safety leaders” and set an example for others.

4/18: Strong supervisors encourage employees to be “safety leaders” and set an example for others.

4/17: Strong supervisors encourage employees to be “safety leaders” and set an example for others.

4/16: Remember to communicate during shift changes. Don’t forget details that could save a life.

4/15: Strong supervisors encourage employees to be “safety leaders” and set an example for others.

4/14: Leaders demonstrate a commitment to safety in their decisions and actions.

4/13: Leaders demonstrate a commitment to safety in their decisions and actions.

4/12: Leaders demonstrate a commitment to safety in their decisions and actions.

4/11: Leaders demonstrate a commitment to safety in their decisions and actions.

4/10: Leaders demonstrate a commitment to safety in their decisions and actions.

4/9: Leaders demonstrate a commitment to safety in their decisions and actions.

4/8: Leaders demonstrate a commitment to safety in their decisions and actions.

4/7: Good leaders communicate their personal vision for safety on a regular basis.

4/6: Good leaders communicate their personal vision for safety on a regular basis.

4/5: Good leaders communicate their personal vision for safety on a regular basis.

4/4: Good leaders communicate their personal vision for safety on a regular basis.

4/3: Good leaders communicate their personal vision for safety on a regular basis.

4/2: Good leaders communicate their personal vision for safety on a regular basis.

4/1: Good leaders communicate their personal vision for safety on a regular basis.

3/30: When it comes to safety, give everyone a voice. Their opinion is important.

3/29: When it comes to safety, give everyone a voice. Their opinion is important.

3/28: When it comes to safety, give everyone a voice. Their opinion is important.

3/27: When it comes to safety, give everyone a voice. Their opinion is important.

3/26: When it comes to safety, give everyone a voice. Their opinion is important.

3/25: When it comes to safety, give everyone a voice. Their opinion is important.

3/24: Involve employees in problem solving. It encourages ownership of the solution.

3/23: Involve employees in problem solving. It encourages ownership of the solution.

3/22: Involve employees in problem solving. It encourages ownership of the solution.

3/21: Involve employees in problem solving. It encourages ownership of the solution.

3/20: Involve employees in problem solving. It encourages ownership of the solution.

3/19: Involve employees in problem solving. It encourages ownership of the solution.

3/18: Involve employees in problem solving. It encourages ownership of the solution.

3/17: An engaged employee thinks and acts like an owner. They will be safer and lead by example.

3/16: An engaged employee thinks and acts like an owner. They will be safer and lead by example.

3/15: An engaged employee thinks and acts like an owner. They will be safer and lead by example.

3/14: An engaged employee thinks and acts like an owner. They will be safer and lead by example.

3/13: An engaged employee thinks and acts like an owner. They will be safer and lead by example.

3/12: An engaged employee thinks and acts like an owner. They will be safer and lead by example.

3/11: An engaged employee thinks and acts like an owner. They will be safer and lead by example.

3/10: Highly engaged employees are committed to safety and invested in success.

3/9: Highly engaged employees are committed to safety and invested in success.

3/8: Highly engaged employees are committed to safety and invested in success.

3/7: Highly engaged employees are committed to safety and invested in success.

3/6: Highly engaged employees are committed to safety and invested in success.

3/5: Highly engaged employees are committed to safety and invested in success.

3/4: Highly engaged employees are committed to safety and invested in success.

3/3: Effective communication increases awareness and empowers people to be successful.

3/2: Effective communication increases awareness and empowers people to be successful.

3/1: Effective communication increases awareness and empowers people to be successful.

2/28: Effective communication increases awareness and empowers people to be successful.

2/27: Effective communication increases awareness and empowers people to be successful.

2/26: Effective communication increases awareness and empowers people to be successful.

2/25: Effective communication increases awareness and empowers people to be successful.

2/24: Safety discussions reflect our company values, vision and mission.

2/23: Safety discussions reflect our company values, vision and mission.

2/22: Safety discussions reflect our company values, vision and mission.

2/21: Safety discussions reflect our company values, vision and mission.

2/20: Safety discussions reflect our company values, vision and mission.

2/19: Safety discussions reflect our company values, vision and mission.

2/18: Safety discussions reflect our company values, vision and mission.

2/17: Set the tone - Start all meetings with safety brief or discussion.

2/16: Set the tone - Start all meetings with safety brief or discussion.

2/15: Set the tone - Start all meetings with safety brief or discussion.

2/14: Set the tone - Start all meetings with safety brief or discussion.

2/13: Set the tone - Start all meetings with safety brief or discussion.

2/12: Set the tone - Start all meetings with safety brief or discussion.

2/11: Set the tone - Start all meetings with safety brief or discussion.

2/10: Keep it simple. Safety communications are clear, concise and easily understood.

2/9: Keep it simple. Safety communications are clear, concise and easily understood.

2/8: Keep it simple. Safety communications are clear, concise and easily understood.

2/7: Keep it simple. Safety communications are clear, concise and easily understood.

2/6: Keep it simple. Safety communications are clear, concise and easily understood.

2/5: Keep it simple. Safety communications are clear, concise and easily understood.

2/4: Keep it simple. Safety communications are clear, concise and easily understood.

2/3: Cooperation between teams and departments is the key to safety.

2/2: Cooperation between teams and departments is the key to safety.

2/1: Cooperation between teams and departments is the key to safety.

1/31: Cooperation between teams and departments is the key to safety.

1/30: Cooperation between teams and departments is the key to safety.

1/29: Cooperation between teams and departments is the key to safety.

1/27: Seek help – get advice on a safer way of doing a task.

1/26: Seek help – get advice on a safer way of doing a task.

1/25: Seek help – get advice on a safer way of doing a task.

1/24: Seek help – get advice on a safer way of doing a task.

1/23: Seek help – get advice on a safer way of doing a task.

1/22: Seek help – get advice on a safer way of doing a task.

1/20: Safety is a team sport. It requires contributions from every player.

1/19: Safety is a team sport. It requires contributions from every player.

1/18: Safety is a team sport. It requires contributions from every player.

1/17: Safety is a team sport. It requires contributions from every player.

1/16: Safety is a team sport. It requires contributions from every player.

1/15: Safety is a team sport. It requires contributions from every player.

1/13: Maintain a “team mentality.” Be alert to hazards that can affect everyone.

1/12: Maintain a “team mentality.” Be alert to hazards that can affect everyone.

1/11: Maintain a “team mentality.” Be alert to hazards that can affect everyone.

1/10: Maintain a “team mentality.” Be alert to hazards that can affect everyone.

1/9: Maintain a “team mentality.” Be alert to hazards that can affect everyone.

1/8: Maintain a “team mentality.” Be alert to hazards that can affect everyone.

1/6: Give positive feedback - and lots of it - for safe performance.

1/5: Give positive feedback - and lots of it - for safe performance.

1/4: Give positive feedback - and lots of it - for safe performance.

1/3: Give positive feedback - and lots of it - for safe performance.

1/2: Give positive feedback - and lots of it - for safe performance.

12/15: Ensure that proper cleaning materials are used to address spills.

12/4: Before starting a task, ask: What can go wrong? What are the rules? Do I need help?