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Look carefully at your written work procedures. Do they have separate sections for safety? This might seem like a good idea, because safety is so important. You want to make sure it has its own unmistakable space, right?
What happens in the real world is people typically gloss over that, if they read it at all. They feel they already know it, and often that’s because it’s bloated boilerplate that may or may not apply to the particular job they’re doing.
A better approach is to integrate safety into the work flow. Three ways to do that:
Source: Mark Lamendola | Mindconnection