Safe + Sound Week
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Select your activities
In order to participate in Safe + Sound Week, you should plan activities and events that include at least one, but preferably all three, of the core elements of a successful safety and health program: management leadership, worker participation, and finding and fixing hazards. Below are some ideas for how you can get started. Feel free to customize activities to your organization or create your own activities.
To learn more about safety and health programs, visit the Safe + Sound Campaign.
Management leadership is a demonstrated commitment at the highest levels of an organization to safety and health. It means that business owners, executives, managers, and supervisors make safety and health a core organizational value, establish goals, provide resources, and set a good example. Because managers and workers take their cues from leadership, it's important that all leaders throughout an organization show a visible commitment to safety and health.
Here are a few ways you can show management leadership during Safe + Sound Week. Pick the one that works best for you:
Worker participation is meaningfully engaging workers at all levels in establishing, implementing, evaluating, and improving safety and health in the workplace. This means workers understand they are a valuable partner in making their workplace safer and are encouraged and able to communicate with management about hazards on the job. Workers are the experts when it comes to the tasks they do and the tools and equipment they use, which makes them a key resource for knowledge and innovative ideas that can improve safety and health.
Here are a few ways you can engage your workers during Safe + Sound Week. Pick the one that works best for you:
A systematic approach to finding and fixing hazards is a proactive, ongoing process to identify and control sources of potential injuries or illnesses. This means establishing procedures to collect and review information about known or potential hazards in the workplace, investigating the root cause of those hazards, and prioritizing hazard controls. Identifying and correcting these hazards before someone gets hurt ensures that workers go home to their families safe and sound after every shift.
Here are a few ways you can find and fix hazards during Safe + Sound Week. Pick the one that works best for you:
Partner Fact Sheets and Products
Below are fact sheets and products developed in collaboration with Safe + Sound Campaign Partners. Select the one that fits your industry to learn more about potential hazards in your workplace and access resources to help you address them.