You’ve spent a lot time assessing your safety performance and developing meaningful goals for the following year that you hope will reduce incidents and improve your safety culture. But, you’re concerned about keeping things visible and moving forward. The last thing you want to have happen is for the safety goals to get lost in the shuffle and then not get completed.
One way to keep that from happening is to develop a habit of discussing the status and progress of the safety goals during your safety committee meetings. Safety committee meetings are routine, include a variety of employees and are the perfect place to discuss safety goals. They also provide a format for discussing any problems or roadblocks inhibiting completion and provide a great resource to go to when advice or more help with completion is needed.
Aside from all these perks, using the safety committee meetings to track and manage the safety goals through to completion also helps keeps these goals fresh and prevents them from being put onto the backburner when pressing situations arise during the course of the year.
Safety Committee Meeting Minutes Template
If you’re not sure where to start or if you need a good template to use or to build on, look no further than at EHS Insight’s Safety Committee Meeting Minutes template. With this template you’ll be able to track attendance, the status of your safety goals and have a place to include topics that were carried over from the prior meeting as well as place to log new business items that were discussed.