Presentation helps professionals with safety campaigns
27/09/2011 - Promoting a new safety campaign to workers can often be difficult. Marie-Claire Ross
A new presentation provides the key communication tips you need to undertake to make sure your new initiative is easily accepted by every-one in your company.
Digicast Productions, a safety and induction training video production house, recently released a new presentation "14 Tips to Launching a New Safety Initiative" to help senior leaders and safety professionals get better traction with their safety campaigns.
Humans are wired to resist change, but with the right techniques you can convince nay-sayers about the need to embrace a new safety program.
This visually appealing presentation addresses the need to plan your communication and provides details on how to prepare for your safety initiative launch.
The report looks at:
- Who you need to get involved before launch
- What techniques to use during the launch to get buy-in
- How you need to track your safety initiative post launch
Change can be overwhelming to staff. Make the transition easier by having clear instructions on what staff need to do and how. And pretty soon, you’ll be able to introduce new safety initiatives with little resistance.
For a complete copy of the presentation, visit http://info.digicast.com.au/launching-new-safety-initiative/
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