Take Action Now
Don’t miss the chance to recognize your participation in Safe + Sound Week. Download your virtual challenge coin and certificate today!
Complete the Partner Survey
The Safe + Sound Campaign partner survey is live! We value your feedback. Your responses will help drive future decision-making for improved Safe + Sound activities and materials.
Listen to the Partner Seminar Series
The recording of Safe + Sound’s inaugural Partner Seminar Series, Developing a Metrics Program Aimed on Focusing on What’s Important, is now available. The American Fuel and Petrochemical Manufacturers (AFPM) hosts Dean Maniatis, HSE Manager Global Refining for Phillips 66, who shares how the petroleum refining and petrochemical industries have worked to create a philosophical change in what metrics are collected to identify actual safety incidents, and incidents that had the potential to cause significant harm (i.e., near misses). There will be more Partner Seminars coming in the future that will be announced in the newsletter.
Be Safe + Sound At Work
Worker participation is engaging workers at all levels in establishing, implementing, evaluating, and improving safety and health in the workplace. Workers are a valuable partner in making the workplace safer, and they should be encouraged to communicate with management about workplace hazards since they often know the most about potential hazards associated with their jobs.
Effective safety and health programs tap into workers’ collective experience, knowledge, and insight in order to find solutions to workplace safety and health challenges. Read Be Safe + Sound At Work – Worker Participation and learn actionable ways to improve employee involvement in workplace safety.
Your Partner Punch List
We would appreciate if you could support Safe + Sound by doing the following:
- Remind your members to download their certificate and challenge coin if they participated in Safe + Sound Week.
- Complete the Partner survey
Thank you for your help!
Partner Highlight: Air Force Safety Center
Thank you to our partners at the Air Force Safety Center (AFSC) for participating in Safe + Sound Week! This is the Department of the Air Force (DAF) and the AFSC’s fourth year taking part in Safe + Sound Week. AFSC published a blog post, which encouraged units to sign up for Safe + Sound Week to receive two certificates of recognition – one from Safe + Sound and the other from DAF. Additionally, units could receive a challenge coin designed specifically for members of the Air Force. We appreciate your support!