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Safety Attitude
National Summary

There are no specific OSHA requirements for building a general "safety attitude." However, it is obvious that a workplace that encourages this attitude, takes safety seriously, and enforces safety rules consistently will have fewer accidents and injuries. A safety attitude requires companies and employees to make safety a core value of production processes and individual lives.


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Guidance Documents 7 proven strategies to turn employees into safety champions  National
Talks Acting Our Age (Word)  National
Cartoons An orderly stampede  National
Training Tips Avoiding Complacency on the Job  National
Speaker's Notes Behavior-Based Safety - Script View  National
Handouts Behavior-Based Safety (PDF)  National
Trainer's Guides Behavior-Based Safety (PDF)  National
PowerPoints Behavior-Based Safety (PPT)  National
Meetings Behavior-Based Safety (Word)  National
Quizzes Behavior-Based Safety (Word)  National
Quizzes Behavior-Based Safety (Word)  National
Handouts Behavior-Based Safety [7-Minute Safety Trainer]  National
Quizzes Behavior-Based Safety [7-Minute Safety Trainer]  National
Trainer's Outlines Behavior-Based Safety [7-Minute Safety Trainer] (short outline)  National
Training Exercises Behavior-Based Safety Exercise 1 (PDF)  National
Training Exercises Behavior-Based Safety Exercise 2 (PDF)  National
Talks Develop a Healthy Safety Attitude (Word)  National
Posters Don't be a Clown when it comes to Safety (PDF)  National
Posters Don't Let a Bad Attitude Get in the Way of Safety (PDF)  National
Meetings Employee Safety Responsibilities (Word)  National
Quizzes Employee Safety Responsibilities (Word)  National
Trainer's Outlines Employee-driven safety: How to engage employees and get them thinking—and behaving—proactively  National
Guidance Documents Employee-driven safety: How to engage employees and get them thinking—and behaving—proactively  National
Training Tips Empower Employees for Safety  National
Policies Enforcement of Safety Procedures (Word)  National
Meetings Home Safety (Word)  National
Quizzes Home Safety (Word)  National
Training Tips How Can I Get My Crew to Take Training Seriously?  National
Meetings How Safety Rules Benefit You (Word)  National
Training Tips How to Be a Safety Role Model  National
Questions & Answers I need to survey what interests employees have as far as safety is important to moving an employee to a management position. 04/01/2014National
Checklists Instilling Safety Awareness (PDF)  National
Quizzes Instilling Safety Awareness (PDF)  National
Trainer's Outlines Instilling Safety Awareness (PDF) [Safety Audit Checklists]  National
Handouts Instilling Safety Awareness (Word)  National
Meetings Instilling Safety Awareness (Word)  National
Quizzes Instilling Safety Awareness (Word)  National
Talks It's Your Own Responsibility (Word)  National
Training Tips Keep Safety in the Forefront--Even After Training  National
Cartoons Leadership (JPG)  National
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