Safety Observation

Be objective.

When you give co-workers feedback about safe behavior, you must base it on what you actually see a person doing — not on opinions or interpretations about their performance. Be specific about what you observed. Deliver feedback immediately or as soon as possible after the behavior happens. Identify the person or group to whom you’re giving the feedback by name.

Safety observations are an opportunity to identify unsafe practices and correct them before they result in an accident.

And that’s smart safety.

For additional information or guidance, contact your safety office.