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Safety Committee Do's and Don'ts:

Safety Committee Do's and Don'ts:
Safety Committee Do's and Don'ts:


  • Establish clear safety goals and objectives for the workplace.

  • Regularly conduct safety inspections and risk assessments to identify hazards.

  • Develop and implement safety policies, procedures, and protocols.

  • Promote safety awareness and provide training to employees.

  • Investigate accidents, incidents, and near-miss events to identify root causes and recommend preventive measures.

  • Communicate safety information effectively throughout the organization.

  • Collaborate with management, supervisors, and employees to develop and implement safety improvement initiatives.

  • Stay up-to-date with relevant safety regulations, standards, and best practices.

  • Encourage employee participation and engagement in safety initiatives.

  • Continuously evaluate and improve safety performance.


  • Ignore employee safety concerns and suggestions.

  • Overstep the defined scope of responsibilities without management approval.

  • Neglect or disregard legal and regulatory compliance requirements.

  • Impose disciplinary actions on employees for safety violations without involving management.

  • Replace the role of professional safety experts or consultants when specialized knowledge is required.

  • Operate in isolation without collaboration and communication with other departments and stakeholders.

  • Neglect to document and track safety-related incidents, training, inspections, and improvements.

  • Underestimate the importance of ongoing safety training and education for employees.

  • Overlook the need for regular safety committee meetings and discussions.

  • Complacency towards safety by assuming that everything is in order without periodic evaluation and improvement.

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