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October 15, 2012
Safety Daily Advisor Week in Review—October 8, 2012, to October 12, 2012

Last week, the Safety Daily Advisor discussed ways of holding engaging safety meetings and avoiding safety-related lawsuits, best practices for smart safety recordkeeping, and maximizing your training efforts with a blended learning approach for your workers.

For a Limited Time receive a FREE Safety Special Report on the "50 Tips For More-Effective Safety Training."  Receive 75 pages of useful safety information broken down into three training sections. Download Now

Add a Touch of Creativity to Your Safety MeetingsDo your employees complain that weekly safety meetings are a "waste of time"? Meetings don't have to be a bore. When they're conducted properly, even inattentive groups perk up and listen. What's more, their safety record improves.

How to Avoid Safety-Related LawsuitsHow well insulated is your organization from safety-related lawsuits? Here are some suggestions for dealing with three common sources of potential trouble.

6 Tips for Smart Safety RecordkeepingFind it hard to keep up with all of OSHA's recordkeeping requirements? Here's some advice from safety expert Chip Darius and Attorney and safety professional Adele Abrams, who offer six simple tips for smart safety recordkeeping.

Managing Safety-Related DocumentsManaging safety-related documents properly and carefully is very important, especially if you're ever involved in an OSHA inspection.

How to Use a Blended Learning ApproachBlended learning is a commonsense concept that results in great learning success. The blended learning approach is simply acknowledging that one size doesn't fit all when it comes to training. In a nutshell, blended learning means using more than one training method to train on one subject.

BLR’s Safety Daily Advisor is a free daily source of workplace safety tips, news, and advice.

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