Safety Talks in Movie Mode

Safety Talks in Movie Mode

Tool Box Town

The best way to convey your message of safety to the whole crew. Safety Talks

 

Why read the same old Tool Box Talks? Use a video with music, mini action segments, pictures, and informative wittern sections that are both captivating and instructional. Run time of  of each are approximately 7 to 10 minutes. Free to use and designed to educate. Hence, the workers might be more engaged. Especially relevant  will be the the ones that show real results of misadventure. Consequently injuries and fatalities are a real factor in construction. Most of all, they have to see that to believe it. 

Most of all, these are a series of Safety Talks  created in a format in Movie Mode for greater attention and absorption by workers. Furthermore, they are interlaced with mini action segments, text instructionals and regulations, pictures, and a message for all to here. In some of these we have even integrated equipment fails as a visual of what can happen. Even though when equipment failures happen or operator errors occur, they might seem funny afterwards, However they can lead to serious injury or even fatalities. 

 

The Message 

In all Safety Talks, a message of safety is forefront.  Because the message in the videos are so important,  using this different format to deliver the message has proved to keep the attention of the crew. The working personnel today in construction is more adaptive to technology. As a result, using technology to deliver a Safety Talk was only the next step. As a result workers can see themselves in the videos and relate to the scenarios at hand. In conclusion,  we hope these Safety Talks really make a dent in the attitudes of workers. 

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Safety Talks in Movie Mode
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Safety Talks in Movie Mode
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Why read the same old Safety Talks? Use a video with music, mini action segments, pictures, and a wittern thats both captivating and instructional. Run time of approximately 7 to 10 minutes each. Free to use and designed to educate
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FreeBird Safety
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