Stay safe at work by learning how to communicate more effectively. After all, no one likes someone who uses a thesaurus or flowery language when writing safety memos. Avoid sending unclear safety messages so you can foster a workplace that is free of confusing safety communication. Jot down these five red flags when it comes to safety communication:
When an email or a sign features all sorts of fancy words, you are creating a roadblock on the way to a safe workplace. You don’t want to make it impossible to see the forest for the trees—so cut out the excessive wording. Keep things simple and to the point. So when your workers are in an emergency situation, they can be able to use your workplace safety posters, brochures or documents without having to read a single safety precaution in half an hour.