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Workplace Communicator Blog

Get regular information at the Workplace Communicator Blog to effectively produce engaging HSE communication that shapes mindsets and behaviours.

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Top 29 Catchy Safety Slogans

Marie-Claire Ross Mon, Jul 1, 2013
Top 29 Catchy Safety Slogans

When it comes to getting staff to remember your important safety messages, using a safety slogan can be an effective way of getting the message through.

But not all safety slogans cut it.  A lot of them are quite bland and well, just not catchy.  Given that we're bombarded with around 3,000 messages a day, your safety slogan will become invisible and ineffective pretty quickly.

To ensure that your workplace safety communication is engaging, you need to have a stand out safety slogan.  When choosing or designing your safety slogan, there are a few things you need to consider, to make sure your safety slogan is memorable.

Is this the best safety plan ever?

Marie-Claire Ross Mon, Feb 25, 2013
Is this the best safety plan ever?

Back in 1987, every Alcoa plant, worldwide, had at least one accident per week.  It was dangerous work.   Molten metals bubbled at 1,500 degrees and machines that could literally rip off a man's arm were used every day.  It was commonly accepted that some staff wouldn't make it home.

Why Great Workplace Safety Professionals are Artists

Marie-Claire Ross Tue, Sep 4, 2012
Why Great Workplace Safety Professionals are Artists

The best safety professionals that I've worked with like safety.  They read all the right safety magazines and go to all the right safety conferences.  But that's not what gets them out of bed in the morning.  What they're really passionate about, and what makes them stand out, is their desire to keep as many people safe as possible.

5 Mistakes Companies make with their Standard Operating Procedures

Marie-Claire Ross Mon, Jul 16, 2012
5 Mistakes Companies make with their Standard Operating Procedures

As a safety content producer, I get the rare chance to look at countless standard operating procedures from a variety of large companies.

We use these documents to write clear, friendly scripts, in order to produce training videos that will engage, increase learner understanding and recall.  Nearly, 95% of the time, these standard operating procedures are really hard to read and understand.  And they're very often wrong.