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Many of us have already planned our objectives and approach for 2014. If you haven’t then you might be starting the New Year at a disadvantage. It’s no good running the same old approach over and over again. People need variety and they need to be engaged.

So why not share with other members of this safety community your ideas for 2014 in engaging employees in safety.

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Comment by Chris on January 20, 2014 at 2:45pm

Thanks Wayne. In many ways I think the following list helps organizations engage in safety:

Executive/ownership buy-in to safety's importance and implementation

Examples of safety prevention (demonstrations / presentations / written docs / videos)

Finding key 'safety enablers' within organizations who will lead by example

Challenging organizations to achieve excellence in Safety Award participation

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