What Random Acts of Safety did you do to keep someone safe today?
Keeping the people we work with and care about safe should be as simple as doing daily Random Acts of Safety.
Are you up for the challenge?
What is a Random Act of Safety?
It is an idea based on The Random Acts of Kindness Foundation, whose mission is to make kindness the norm.
A random act of kindness is a non-premeditated, inconsistent action designed to offer kindness towards the outside world.
Based on this theory, as safety leaders, let's start a movement and encourage Random Acts of Safety.
We want to invite you to join the movement and make a difference.
Random Acts of Safety are small daily encouragements to move people to the right side of safety.
Here are some ideas to start you off...
- Have safety conversations with people walking and texting.
- Turn pot handles out of reach of children.
- Check-in on someone's well-being.
- Encourage your colleagues to get up and move around.
- Take time to stop and regroup during tasks.
Random Acts of Safety are about minor yet impactful changes to encourage people to stay safe.
We encourage you to ask yourself, your colleagues, family and friends," "What did you do to keep someone or something safe today?”
Will you join us in the Random Acts of Safety movement and make safety part of your DNA?
What have you done to keep someone safe today?