Questions to Ask Before a Work Task

Asking safety-related questions and doing a self-assessment before starting work tasks will help ensure physical and mental safety. See FREAS SharePoint page under Safety for more information on this topic and previous Weekly Safety Messages.

Pressure to Get Work Done

Work safety could be compromised by both external and internal pressures. Proper planning and communication avoid unnecessary risk. See FREAS SharePoint page under Safety for more information on this topic and previous Weekly Safety Messages.

It Won’t Happen to Me

Being complacent or having a “it won’t happen to me” mindset can lead to workplace hazards. See FREAS SharePoint page under Safety for more information on this topic and previous Weekly Safety Messages.

Continually Learning

To stay safe on the job, keep learning and be proactive in identifying and addressing potential hazards. See FREAS SharePoint page under Safety for more information on this topic and previous Weekly Safety Messages.

Communicating Issues

Workplace safety involves effective communication. Have honest conversations about maintaining a safe work environment and address issues respectfully. See FREAS SharePoint page under Safety for more information on this topic and previous Weekly Safety Messages.

Distracted While Walking

Be mindful of cellphone use while walking to avoid accidents, especially in a dynamic work environment. See FREAS SharePoint page under Safety for more information on this topic and previous Weekly Safety Messages.