Sometimes, all it takes is a conversation: “I’m a parent. Please have eyes on my safety.”
Caring about one’s safety is natural. It’s a survival instinct. Exhibiting the same care for others involves more than being a competent, cautious worker. It takes humanity, empathy, and consideration. And it starts with a personal connection.
John Hale’s “Eyes on My Safety” presentation shows supervisors and team members how communication can lead to teams developing plans, identifying hazards, looking out for each other, and building a familial bond in which everyone has eyes on the best interests of the people around them.
‘Eyes on My Safety’ builds safe, seamless teams by: