This is the 6th module selected from the Safety Delta Learning Library. It will be available all of March.
In the previous module, we learned a good and constructive toolbox talk: its importance and characteristics. We also gained insights into how to conduct a toolbox talk right.
The second key action and tool for the execution phase is to be alert for any unsafe acts.
Every action affects its surroundings with a chain or ripple effect. This is the reason why stopping unsafe acts is necessary. By doing so, you can prevent potential dangers and also show your team that you are reliable and responsible.
Stopping unsafe acts lets you interrupt a chain of negative effects. It helps you prevent potential dangers and show your team that you are reliable and responsible.
This module will take you through the importance of stopping unsafe acts, the barriers to doing it, and ways to both make you confident to interrupt and make the interruption acceptable to the person involved.
To start off stopping unsafe acts confidently and appropriately, read the brief, view the animation, carry out the activities, and be able to:
Read the brief. It explains the importance of stopping unsafe acts, the barriers to doing it, and ways to both make you confident to interrupt and make the interruption acceptable to the person involved.
View the animation below. This gives you a visible introduction and shows what actions to take.
After reading the brief and watching the animation, you are now ready to try your knowledge about Stopping unsafe acts and see how it can be done in practice in your daily work life.
Discuss and carry out the activities below – these can help you practise your learnings. How-to guidance is included in each document.
SUA_Practical_exercise: Practise stopping unsafe acts. Conduct this activity during execution of a job.
SUA_Flash_card_activity: This activity is a flash card game, which exercises the target learners’ understanding of stopping unsafe acts. Print the flash cards before this activity. Conduct the activity after reading the brief and during a safety training.
SUA_Game: Train your ability to stop unsafe acts in an exciting way.
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