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Top Ways To Maintain Visibility And Safety At Work

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Visibility is essential at work. Being visible to other staff members allows you to feel part of the team, to make suggestions, and to gain job satisfaction. But, there is another type of visibility that is also important. That’s remaining visible when things are being moved around and accidents can happen.

There are too many accidents in the workplace that could have been avoided. You can avoid becoming one of these statistics by adopting a healthy approach to visibility in the workplace.

Hi Visibility Clothing

One of the best ways of boosting and maintaining visibility in the workplace is to wear high-quality hi vis workwear. In short, it ensures you can be seen by others, allowing them to take evasive action if you are in their path.

Wearing hi vis clothing also helps to ensure you can be seen when the workplace needs to be cleared or if you have entered a zone you shouldn’t be in. It can literally save your life.

Training

Have you ever noticed that when people have been trained in something they are particularly vigilant about that one thing? This is because they are focused on it. Of course, as the days and weeks go past they lose focus on it.

To help improve visibility at work you need a simple training session. The key is to undertake the training regularly. This will ensure staff are always thinking about visibility and reducing the likelihood of accidents.

Risk Assessments

One thing that all departmental heads should be doing is risk assessing all the activities in their department. It’s a good idea to involve the bottom line workers in this as they will know and understand the risks best. They may also have suggestions regarding how to change the procedures and improve safety.

Risk assessments should not be considered a one-off activity. They should be regularly revisited to ensure they remain relevant and no new risks have been developed.

Visibility Tape

It’s a good idea to mark different areas of your workplace, specifically any area where there is a high likelihood of accidents happening. While accidents can happen at any tie and any place, there will be sections of the workplace where it is more likely to occur.

By marking off dangerous sections with high visibility tape and creating designated walkways you’ll decrease the likelihood of someone being in the wrong place at the wrong time. Of course, staff will need to be reminded that the tape is there for a reason.

Emergency Drills

While you need to plan to avoid accidents from happening, you should note that they can happen and people need to know what to do in the case of an emergency.

Training in this is good but it can also be useful to do occasional emergency drills. Stage an accident and make sure everyone reacts promptly and properly. If they don’t it’s time for some more training.

It may not be possible to avoid all accidents but learning how to stay visible will help to prevent them.

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