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How do you pick a topic for a safety meeting?

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Topics for safety meetings at any organization may be derived from supervisor concerns, employees suggestions, OSHA training requirements or input from insurers, according to AZ Central. The Pekin Insurance site suggests connecting safety information with regular operational meeting subjects to convey messages more effectively.

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The Safety Toolbox Talk site offers a comprehensive list of suggested categories for safety topics including behavioral safety, ergonomics, fatigue, slips, trips and falls and weather. Integrating safety tips into normal news -such as including dock safety information with announcements about new shipments coming in or going out -makes the safety information easier to remember and helps avoid a "canned" meeting approach that employees might tune out, adds Pekin.

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