How to Make Safety Meetings Fun
I was asked to deliver a presentation to the Associated Construction Contractors of NJ on how to make safety meetings fun. Once we started having a discussion, it seemed the bigger problem was getting people to pay attention. Fun is one way to do that but it has to be meaningful fun and not just something to get laughs. My presentation was recorded so I'm sharing it here if you are interested in checking it out. I'll never get used to presenting to a screen without anyone around me but for now, we all have to make it work. Stay safe and I will "see" you soon!
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