How do we keep track of issues and suggestions raised by staff during Safety Briefings if the manager is not supposed to keep notes?
First, the manager should not have to routinely attend Safety Briefings. The briefings should be designed for staff to conduct on their own. However, whether a manager attends or not, there are several ways to collect information. Use a form to write down issues or suggestions, and have a staff member complete the form, perhaps rotating the task among all staff. Another alternative is to use 3×5 index cards, on which each staff member can write items down themselves. Allow people to remain anonymous with either option.
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- How do we keep track of issues and suggestions raised by staff during Safety Briefings if the manager is not supposed to keep notes?
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